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Statement of the Quantity and Destination of Wheat Flour" exported from

the United States, commencing 1st October, 1821, and ending 30th Septem-
ber, 1831.

America.

Europe.

Africa. Asia.

Bbls.
Flour.
Wheat

827,865
813,906
365,491
857,820
1,056,119 23,523
860,809

837,385
1,225,881
756,702 25,665

996,792 31,879
1,805,205 | 19,049

19,971 29,545 14,472 13,345 22,214 34,191 26,298

1831, 150,646 871,878 319,616 679,430 23,00136

Bols.
Flour.
Rye

British

Great
Spain
Other

Total.
YEARS.J|N. Am. West South Brit. & France

and
Ma- parts of

All All
Prov. Indies. Amer. | Ireland

Barrels.
Portug. deira. Europe parts.

parts.

364 12,811 35,416 || 2,751 || 8,305 1,805,205
1830, 149,966 281,256 347,290 326,182 56,590 10,222 9,628 36,924 | 2,609 || 5,214 | 1,225,881
1829, 91,088 248,236 235,591 221,176 17,464 509 3,779 14,959

221 4,362

837,385
1828, 86,680 370,371 308,110 23,258 6,266 294 4,061 54,371 1,737 5,662 860,809
1827, 107.420 362,674 271,524 53,129 19 4,293 5,171 52,114 | 4,909 || 7,238 865,491
1826,

72,904 433,094 285,563|| 18,357 275 504 6,119 27,716 5,403 | 7,885 857,820
1825,
102 730 3,597 55,818 || 7,623 15,438

813,906 1824, 39,191 424,359 357,372) 70,873 426 939 25,851 47,449 3,883

6,439 996,792 29,681 442,468 198,256 4,252 61 62,387 4,752 2,088

903 ||11,864

756,702
1822, 89,840 436,849 211,039 12,096 228 25,104 21,375 976 3,929 ||26,429 827,865
1821, ||131,035551,396156,888|| 94,541 1,175 71,955 26,572 9,074 || 3,123 ||10,357 ||1,056,119

October 1st, 1821, to September 30th, 1831, inclusive. Quantities of Flour and Grain exported from the United States, from

131,669
148,238
141,501
152,723
187,285
158,625
131 041
174,639
173,775
145,301
204,206

Bbls.
Meal.
Corn

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1823,

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COTTON CROP.
[From the New York “Shipping and Commercial Register.”]

Growth.
Total crop of 1824-5

560,000 bales. Do. 1825-6

710,000 Do. 1826-7

937,000 Do. 1827-8

712,000 Do. 1828-9

857,744 Do. 1829-30

976,815 Do. 1830-31

1,038,847
Consumption.
To estimate the quantity manufactured in the United
States, we take the growth of the year,

1,038,847 bales. Add Stocks on hand at the commenceinent

of the year, (1st October, 1830,) In the Southern ports,

20,898 Northern ports,

13,997

34,895

1,073,742 Deduct therefrom — The export to foreign ports, 772,783

Stocks on hand at the close of the year, (1st
October, 1831) — In Southern ports 42,956
In Northern ports,

76,467

119,423

892,206

606

Less – Foreign cotton, included in the export,

891,600

Do.

Quantity consumed and in the hands of the manufacturers, 1830-31,

182,142 Consumption of 1829-30,

126,512 1828-9,

118,853 Do. 1827-8,

120,593 Do. 1826-7,

103,483 The crops, as received or produced, are thus put down for the years

1830 and 1831, ending 30 th Sept.

1830.

1831. New Orleans,

354,024 426,485 Florida,

5,787 13,073 Alabama,

102,684 113,186 Georgia,

253,117 230,502 South Carolina,

188,871

185,166 North Carolina,

36,862 36,540 Virginia,

35,500 33,895 976,815 1,038,8 17

976,845

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Statement of the Tonnage of American and Foreign Vessels arriving

from, and departing to, each Foreign Country, during the Year ending 30th September, 1830. [From “ The National Calendar.”']

Countries.

22,423

16,288

1 Russia 2 Prussia 3 Sweden and Norway 4 Swedish West Indies 5 Denmark 6 Danish West Indies 71 Netherlands 8 Dutch East Indies 9 Dutch West Indies 10 England 11 Scotland 12 Ireland 13 Gibraltar 14 British East Indies 15 British West Indies 16 Newfoundland 17 British American Colonies 18 British African Ports 19 Other British Colonies 20 Hanse Towns 21 France on the Atlantic

22 France on the Mediterranean 23) French West Indies 24 French African Ports 25 Spain on the Atlantic 26 Spain on the Mediterranean 27 Teneriffe and other Canaries 28 Manilla, and Philippine Islands 29 Cuba 1301 Other Spanish West Indies 31 Portugal 32 Madeira 33 Fayal, and other Azores 341 Cape de Verd Islands 35) Italy 36 Sicily 37 Trieste, and other Adriatic Ports 38 Ragusa, and the Seven Islands 39 Turkey, &c. 40 Hayti 141] Mexico 42 Central Republic 43) Colombia 44 Honduras 45 Brazil 46 Argentine Republic 47 Cisplatine Republic 48 Chili 49 Peru 50 South America, generally 51 China 52 Asia, generally 53 West Indies, generally 54 East Indies, generally 155 Europe, generally

56 Africa, generally 57 Cape of Good Hope 58) South Seas 59 Northwest Coast of America

Navigation, American Tonnage. Foreign Tonnage. Entered Departed Eutered Departed into U. S. from U. s. into U. s. from U. s. 13,681 3,492

264

264 372

232 15,144 3,502 2,935 2,023 10,106 19,960

965

984 877 1,923 38,767 52,535

600

849 42,998 35,220

793

4,515 662 1,501

220 12,047 11,043

248

124 199,972 192,714 61,355 58,589 5,784 6,913 12,560

7,707 5,194 4,594 6,949 2,570 3,346 13,450 4,806

4,029 2

2,395 275 452 1,523 130,527 117,171 4,002 14,267

510
396
17,259
14,728

8,488

10,262 79,459 82,521 4,061

6,014 15,406 18,967

205 1,074 25,928

47,129 5,945 4,325

106

9,387 10,920 3,017 1,762 796 2,774 458

122 5,844

ii4,004 12,952 11.356 19,031 8,734

6:25

489 12,287 2,243

184 3,212

114
634
244
137

137 1,253

2.628 5,062 6,626

418 1,697

135 4,332

4,662
345
3,668 2,887
18,513 19,395 1,633
22,062 27,295 4,362 3,551

4,560 3,044
13,514 5,955 1,076

62
68 1,042
38,005 44,450

248

601 6,584 9,565

225

116 236 1.373

304 2,287 3,276

732 394 679

155 8,598 3,501 1,679 3,697 2.288 7,417

260 424 1,904 911

141 2,730 2,560

618

290 580 15,392 28,222

522

6,080

282

1,748

Total

967,227

971,760

131,900

133,436

per cent.

VIII. TARIFF OF DUTIES,
Or Rates of Duties upon Goods imported into the United States after the
3d of March, 1833, as established by Act of Congress, July 14, 1832.
A.

Assafoetida, free.
Acetate of lead, 5 cents a lb. Ava root, free.
Acids, muriatic and tartaric, 124 per Axes, same as adzes.
cent.

B.
Adzes, 30 per cent. Provided, that Bacon, 3 cents per lb.

said article shall not be imported Baggage. See Apparel. at a less rate of duty than would Bagging, cotton, 35 cents a square have been chargeable on the ma yard. terial constituting its chief value Baizes. See Wool. if imported in an unmanufactured Balsams, 15 per cent. state.

Balsam Tolu, free. Alcornoque, free.

Bandanas. See Silk. Ale. See Beer.

Barilla, free. Almonds, and Oil of, free.

Bark of cork tree, unmanufactured, Alum, $2,50 for 112 lbs.

free. Amber, free.

Barley, 15 Amber beads, 15 per cent.

Baskets, grass or straw, 15 per cent.; Ambergris, free.

wood or osier, 25 per cent. Aloes, free.

Beads, composition, wax, or amber, Anatomical preparations, free.

and all others not otherwise speAnchors, 2 cents a lb.

cified, 15 per cent.; of gold, silAngora goat's wool or hair, free. ver, or precious stones, 12) pr. ct. Animals, imported for breed, free. Beam knives, 30 per cent. Do. not do. 15 per cent. Beans, vanilla, free. Anise seed, and Oil of, free.

Beef, 2 cents per lb. Annotto, free.

Beer, ale, and porter, imported in Antimony, regulus of, free.

bottles, 20 cents a gal.; otherwise Antiquities, all collections of, speci imported, 15 cents a gallon. ally imported, free.

Bed licking, flax or cotton, 25 pr ct. Do. not do., according to the mate- Bellows, 25 per cent. rial.

Bells, 25 per cent. Anvils, 2 cents per lb.

Berries, used in dyeing, and juniper, Apparatus, philosophical, specially free.

imported by order, for societies, Bindings, of wool and worsted, 25

colleges, schools, etc., free. Apparel, wearing, and other personal Birds, 15 per cent.

baggage in actual use, free. Black, ivory and lamp, 15 per cent. Apples, pine, free.

Black lead pencils, 25 per cent. Aquafortis, 123 per cent.

Black lead, unmanufactured, 15 pr. ct. Arabic, gum, free.

Bladders, 15 per cent. Argol, free.

Blankets, woollen. See Wool. Arrowroot, free.

Blue vitriol, 4 cents per lb. Articles not free, and not subject to Boards and plank, 25 per cent.

any other rates of duty, 15 per cent. Bobbin wire. See Wire. Articles, all composed wholly, or Bole, ammoniac, free.

chiefly of gold, silver, pearl, and Bolting cloths, 25 per cent.

precious stones, 125 per cent. Bombazines, 10 per cent. Articles, imported for the use of the Bone, whale, not of American fish. United States, free.

eries, 12 per cent. Articles, used principally for dyeing, Bonnets, chip, grass, Leghorn or

not otherwise specified, free. See straw; and braids, flats, and plaits, Drugs.

30 per cent. Wire for. See Wire. Artificial flowers, 25 per cent. Books, specially imported, free.

per cent.

a lb.

Books, all printed previous to the year

C. 1775, and also all books printed Cabinet ware, 30 per cent. in other languages than the En- Cabinets of coins, free. glish, except Latin and Greek, 4 Cables and cordage, tarred, 4 cents cents per vol.

a lb.; untarred, 5 do. Do., Latin and Greek when bound, Cables, made of grass or bark, 5 cents 15 cents a lb.

a lb.; of iron, 3 cents a lb. Do, do. do., not bound, 13 cents Calomel, 15 per cent. a lb.

Camphor, free. Do., all others when bound, 30 cents Candles, tallow, 5 cents a lb.; sper

maceti, 8 do.; wax, 6 do. Do., do., in sheets or boards, 26 do. Canella alba, free. Do., blank, 30 per cent.

Canes or walking sticks, 25 per cent. Boots or bootees, $1,50 a pair. Cantharides, free. Borax, free.

Cap wire. See Wire. Botany, specimens in, free.

Capers, free. Bottles. See Glass.

Caps, of fur, leather, or wool, 30 per Box boards, paper, 3 cents a lb. cent. See Hats. Boxes, shell or paper, 15 per cent. Caps, for women, 25 per cent. Do., Japan dressing, 25 do.

Cards, playing, 30 cents a pack; Braces, cotton, 25 per cent; leather, visiting, 15 cents a lb. 30 do.

Cards, wool and cotton, 25 per cent. Bracelets, hair, 15 per cent.

Carpets and Carpeting. See Wool Brandy, 1st and 2d proof, 53 cents a and Matting gallon.

Carpeting of oil cloth, 43 cents a Do., 3d proof, 57 cents a gallon. square yard. Do., 4th proof, 63 cents a gallon. Carriages, and parts of, 30 per cent.; Brandy, comfits and sweatmeats pre furniture for, same as adzes. served in, 25 per cent.

Cascarilla, free. Brass, all manufactures of, not other Casement rods, slit or rolled, 3 cents wise specified, or of which it is a

a lh. component material, 25 per cent. Cashmere shawls (real), 15 рег Brass, in pigs, bars, plates, or old, fit ceni.

only to be manufactured, free. Cassia, free. Brass, wire, nails, and handles, 25 Castanas, free.

Cast iron vessels not otherwise speBrazil paste, free.

cified, is cents a lb. Bricks, 15 per cent.

Castings of iron, all other not speBridles, 30 per cent. Bitts, 25 do. cified, I cent a lb. Brimstone or sulphur, free.

Castor oil, 40 cents a gallon. Bristles, 3 cents a lb.

Casts, of bronze or plaster, free. Brooms, of hair or palm leaf, 15 pr. ct. Caulking mallets, 30 per cent. Brown sugar, and syrup of sugar Chains or cables, iron, 3 cents a lb.

cane in casks, 2 cents a lb. Chairs, 30 per cent. Brushes, of all kinds, 25 per cent. Chalk, free. Buckram, 25 per cent.

Champaigne wine. See Wine. Bullion, free.

Charts, specially imported, free. Burgundy pitch, free.

Cheese, 9 cents a lb. Burlaps, 15 per cent.

Chemical preparations, 15 per cent. Burr stones, not manufactured, free. China ware, 20 per cent. Busts, of marble, metal, or plaster, Chip hats and bonnets, 30 per cent. free.

Chisels (socket), same as adzes. Butter, cents a lb.

Chloride of lime, 15 per cent, Buttons, of gold, silver, and precious Chocolate, 4 cents a lb.

stones, 123 per cent. ; of iron, Cider, same as Beer. steel, pewter, brass, and tin, 25 do. Cigars, $2,50 a 1000.

per cent.

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