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Spelteb, or Zinc, crude in cakes . . ton
rolled, but not otherwise manufactured, ton
oxide, and white of . . . . ton
. rods for bolts ton
manufactures of, not otherwise end. . cwt.
Spebmaceti . . . .lb. and value
Spibits, viz., not being sweetened or mixed
with any article, so that the degree of
strength thereof caniiot be ascertained by
Sykes's Hydrometer . proof gallon
—— of and from a British Possession in
America or the island of Mauritius,
Rum Shrub, Cordials and Liqueurs, of and
from a British Possession in America
or the island of Mauritius, or a B.P.
within the limits of the E. I. Co.'s
Charter, qualified as aforesaid (')
—— other Spirits, being sweetened or mixed,
so that the degree of strength cannot
be ascertained . . . gallon
Spirits or Strong Waters imported into the
United Kingdom, mixed with any ingredient, and
although thereby coming under some other
denomination, except Varnish, shall nevertheless
be deemed to be Spirits or Strong Waters, and
be subject to duty as suoh.
The restrictions to which Spirits are subject on importation will be found at p. 3.
No abatement of the duty to be made for damage.—16 & 17 Vict., cap. 107, s. 76.
The duty to be charged on the quantity
ascertained at the time of delivery.—S. 110.
Sponge ..... lb. and value
Squills, dried cwt.
— not dried cwt.
(') Applicable to Fort William Bengal, Ceylon, Fort St. George Madras, Prince of Wales Island, Province Wellesley, and the Tenasserhn Provinces.
The Spirit duties were assimilated by 21 Vict. cap. 16, and took effect on and after the 19th April, 1858.
—— Gum of, torrified or calcined . . cwt.
Stays or Cossets of Linen or of Cotton or
Linen and Cotton mixed . doz. pair
Steabine (21 Vict., cap. 12) . . cwt.
Steel, Unwrought^) . . value and ton
Manufactured or Wrought. See Iron.
Stones, Viz., Stone in lumps, not in any manner hewn ton
Slate in rough Blocks or Slabs . value
Marble, in rough Blocks or Slabs solid feet
sawn into Slabs or otherwise manufactured cwt.
• Lime-stone ton
• Asphalt Rock ton
Felspar and Stones, for Potters' use
In Blocks, shaped or rough scapled
Mill Stones, rough .
shaped, or hewn .
Burr Stones, rough .
shaped, or hewn .
—— Quern Stones, rough.
shaped, or hewn .
Dog Stones, rough
shaped, or hewn .
Stbaw or Gbass for Platting .
Succades, including all fruits and vegetables preserved in sugar, not otherwise enumerated, until the 31st March, 1860 . lb.
Sugab, until the 31st March, 1860, viz.:—
—— Candy, brown or white refined sugar, or sugar rendered by any process equal in quality thereto, (20 &21 Vict.cap. 61) cwt.
—— White clayed sugar, or sugar rendered by any process equal in quality to white clayed, not being refined, or equal in quality to refined . . . cwt.
£ I. d.
I) 0 I' free
0 2 0
0 3 6
0) Steel, unwrought, must be held to include all forms of that material not fairly coming within the meaning of the term "manufactures."—B. 0. 28th Jan. 1851.
—— Yellow muscovado and brown clayed sugar, or sugar rendered by any process equal in quality to yellow muscovado or brown clayed, and not equal to white clayed cwt.
—— Brown muscovado, or any other sugar, not being equal in quality to yellow muscovado or brown clayed sugar . . cwt.
Cane Juice C) cwt.
iVb abatement of the duty to be made for damage.—16 & 17 Vict., cap. 107, s. 76.
The duty to be charged on the weight ascertained at the time of delivery.—16 & 17 Vict., cap. 107, s. 110.
Sulphub Impbessions value
Sulphubic Acid, (G. O. No. 45, 1858) .
Sweet Wood . . ton
Talc . . • . . . . . . cwt.
of and from British Possessions . cwt.
Tamabinds . • lb.
Tab . last and barrel, barrel not ex. 31| gall.
Barbadoes .... . . cwt.
Tabes. See Seed.
Tabbas . . . bushel
Tabtabic Acid . . . <•. '' \< .?..j< • .. lb.
Tea, until the 31st March, 1860 . . lb.
Extract, Essence, or other Concentration
Teasles . . . . . number
Teeth, viz., Elephants' . . .' . cwt.
Sea Cow, Sea Horse, or Sea Morse cwt.
Tebba, viz., Japonica .... ton
(!) This duty to be charged so long as the duty on brown Muscovado sugar shall remain a sat present, but in the event of the officers being of opinion that any particular importation contains more sugar than the proportion of twothirds, an analysis is to be made at the expense of the importer ; applicable to London, Liverpool, Bristol, Plymouth, Whitehaven, Leith, Glasgow, Greenock, Dublin, Belfast, Cork. B. M. Oct. 3rd, 1857. . •-. i .»»...,"'.
Sienna . . '. '. . ". ton
Verde . ..'.'.'. ton
Umbra '. . . . cwt.
Thbead, not otherwise enumerated (•) . value
Tin, Ore and Regums of . . . . ton
in blocks, ingots, bars, or slabs . cwt.
Oxymuriate of (20 & 21 Vict. cap. 62)
Fod . . . .... cwt.
Manufactures, not otherwise enumd.(s) cwt.
Tincal, unrefined. See Borax.
Tobacco, unmanuftd, stemmed or stripped -unstemmed
Manufactured, or Segars
Stalks and Flour of, and Snuff Work
The restrictions towhich Tobacco is subject will be found at p. 3'.
No abatement of the duty to be made for damage.—16 & 17 Vict., cap. 107, 8. 76,
The duty to be charged on the weight ascertained at the time of delivery. 16 & 17 Vict., cap. 107, s. 110.
Essence, Extract; or other Concentration of Tobacco is prohibited. See p. 2. Tobacco Pipes of Clayp) . " . ' . value Tongues .'.'.'.'.'. cwt.
Tobtoise or Tubtle Shell, unmanufactured lb.
Toys, viz.: Marbles cwt.
All other Toys . . . cubic foot
£. *. d.
free 0 10 0 0 10 0
0 3 0* 0 3 0* 0 9 0* 0 6 0* prohibited
free 0 10 0 0 4
♦ Five per cent, additional duty to be charged. . .
0) Cotton thread, covered with plated and copper wire, used for making
copper lace, fringes, &c, to be admitted free of duty, as "Thread unenumer
ated.—B. O. Sept. 15ih, 1855.
(2) Tin tablets, or tin covered with a composition, rendering the plates serviceable as.slates, to be charged as "Tin Manufactures. B.O. 30th Oct., 1853. No. 500.
(3) Pipe Bowls, when composed of clay, may be admitted duty free, as Tobacco Pipes ; it being distinctly understood, that this order is not to apply to Bowls made of Porcelain, real or imitation Meerschaum, or of any other composition, nor to Bowls in any way mounted. B.O. 15th July, 1854. No. 218 (on application of F. Lebrun). Earthenware Pipe.bowls fitted with tubes and Pipes with glass eyes, to be charged with duty as " Uoods manufactured." —B. O. 12th March and 31st Oct. 1855.
Tobacco Pipes of Clay, tipped with a horn mouth piece to be charged with duty as " Goods manufactured."—B. 0. Dec. 19th, 1855.
Tulip Wood ton
Tubneby, not otherwise described . cubic foot
of Venice, Scio, or Cyprus . . .lb.
Oil, or Spirit of. See Oil.
Ultbamabine .... value and cwt.
Vabnish, containing any quantity of Alcohol or
not otherwise described . . . value
Vases, viz., ancient, not of stone or marble value
—— Preserved in Salt .... value
Vebmicelli and Maccaboni . . . cwt.
Vinegab (') (19 & 20 Vict. cap. 75. gallon
Walnut Wood ton
Washing Balls lb.
Watches, of Gold, Silver, or any other metal,
exceeding the value of 101. each . each Other Watches, viz.:— Gold, open Faces .... each
Silver, or any other Metal, not Gold,
a en Faces .... each
Watches restricted as to importation. See p. 2.
Watee, . Cologne, the Flask (thirty of such Flasks containing not more than one gallon) each
when not in Flasks (as perfumed
(!) Aromatic Vinegar ia chargeable with duty as B.0. 1th June, 18(9.
1 Spirits Sweetened."