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

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COTTON CROP.

[From the New York "Shipping and Commercial Register."]
Growth.

Consumption.

To estimate the quantity manufactured in the United
States, we take the growth of the year,

Add Stocks on hand at the commencement

In the

1829-30

1830-31

of the year, (1st October, 1830,)

Southern ports,
Northern ports,

Deduct therefrom-The export to foreign ports,
Stocks on hand at the close of the year, (1st
October, 1831) In Southern ports

In Northern ports,

Do.

Do.

Do.

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Consumption of 1829-30,

1828-9,

1827-8, 1826-7,

New Orleans,

Florida,
Alabama,

Georgia,

South Carolina,
North Carolina,
Virginia,

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Export to Great Britain,
France,

20,898

13,997

Less-Foreign cotton, included in the export,

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

Increase,

other European States,

42,956

76,467

560,000 bales.

710,000

937,000

712,000

857,744

976,845

1,038,847

1,038,847 bales.

34,895

772,783

119,423

892,206

606

The crops, as received or produced, are thus put down for the years 1830 and 1831, ending 30th Sept.

1830. 354,024 5,787 102,684

253,117

188,871

36,862

35,500

1,073,742

595,713
200,791

42,212

838,716

891,600

182,142

126,512

118,853

120,593

103,483

1831.

426,485 13,073

113,186

230,502

185,166

36,540

33,895

976,845 1,038,8 17

976,845

62,002

618,718

127,029

27,036

772,783

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."]

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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.

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Anatomical preparations, free.
Anchors, 2 cents a lb.
Angora goat's wool or hair, free.
Animals, imported for breed, free.
Do. not do. 15 per cent.
Anise seed, and Oil of, free.
Annotto, free.

Antimony, regulus of, free. Antiquities, all collections of, specially imported, free.

Do. not do., according to the material.

Anvils, 2 cents per lb. Apparatus, philosophical, specially imported by order, for societies, colleges, schools, etc., free. Apparel, wearing, and other personal baggage in actual use, free. Apples, pine, free. Aquafortis, 12 per cent. Arabic, gum, free. Argol, free. Arrowroot, free. Articles not free, and not subject to any other rates of duty, 15 per cent. Articles, all composed wholly, or chiefly of gold, silver, pearl, and precious stones, 12 per cent. Articles, imported for the use of the United States, free. Articles, used principally for dyeing, not otherwise specified, free. See Drugs.

Artificial flowers, 25 per cent.

Assafoetida, free.
Ava root, free.
Axes, same as adzes.
B.

Bacon, 3 cents per lb.
Baggage. See Apparel.
Bagging, cotton, 3 cents a square
yard.

Baizes. See Wool.
Balsams, 15 per cent.
Balsam Tolu, free.
Bandanas. See Silk.
Barilla, free.

Bark of cork tree, unmanufactured, free.

Barley, 15 per cent. Baskets, grass or straw, 15 per cent.; wood or osier, 25 per cent. Beads, composition, wax, or amber, and all others not otherwise specified, 15 per cent.; of gold, silver, or precious stones, 12 pr. ct. Beam knives, 30 per cent. Beans, vanilla, free. Beef, 2 cents per lb.

Beer, ale, and porter, imported in bottles, 20 cents a gal; otherwise imported, 15 cents a gallon. Bed ticking, flax or cotton, 25 pr ct. Bellows, 25 per cent. Bells, 25 per cent.

Berries, used in dyeing, and juniper, free.

Bindings, of wool and worsted, 25 per cent.

Birds, 15 per cent.

Black, ivory and lamp, 15 per cent.
Black lead pencils, 25 per cent.
Black lead, unmanufactured, 15 pr. ct.
Bladders, 15 per cent.
Blankets, woollen. See Wool.
Blue vitriol, 4 cents per lb.
Boards and plank, 25 per cent.
Bobbin wire. See Wire.
Bole, ammoniac, free.
Bolting cloths, 25 per cent.
Bombazines, 10 per cent.
Bone, whale, not of American fish-
eries, 12 per cent.
Bonnets, chip, grass, Leghorn or
straw; and braids, flats, and plaits,
30 per cent. Wire for. See Wire.
Books, specially imported, free.

Books, all printed previous to the year 1775, and also all books printed in other languages than the English, except Latin and Greek, 4 cents per vol.

Do., Latin and Greek when bound, 15 cents a lb. Do, do. a lb.

do., not bound, 13 cents

Do., all others when bound, 30 cents a lb.

Do., do., in sheets or boards, 26 do.
Do., blank, 30 per cent.
Boots or bootees, $1,50 a pair.
Borax, free.

Botany, specimens in, free.
Bottles. See Glass.

Box boards, paper, 3 cents a lb.
Boxes, shell or paper, 15 per cent.
Do., Japan dressing, 25 do.
Braces, cotton, 25 per cent; leather,
30 do.

Bracelets, hair, 15 per cent. Brandy, 1st and 2d proof, 53 cents a gallon.

Do., 3d proof, 57 cents a gallon. Do., 4th proof, 63 cents a gallon. Brandy, comfits and sweatmeats preserved in, 25 per cent. Brass, all manufactures of, not otherwise specified, or of which it is a component material, 25 per cent. Brass, in pigs, bars, plates, or old, fit only to be manufactured, free. Brass, wire, nails, and handles, 25 per cent.

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Cards, wool and cotton, 25 per cent. Carpets and Carpeting. See Wool and Matting.

Carpeting of oil cloth, 43 cents a square yard.

Carriages, and parts of, 30 per cent.; furniture for, same as adzes. Cascarilla, free.

Casement rods, slit or rolled, 3 cents a lb.

Cashmere shawls (real), 15 per

cent.

Cassia, free.

Castanas, free.

Cast iron vessels not otherwise specified, 1 cents a lb.

Castings of iron, all other not spe-
cified, 1 cent a lb.
Castor oil, 40 cents a gallon.
Casts, of bronze or plaster, free.
Caulking mallets, 30 per cent.
Chains or cables, iron, 3 cents a lb.
Chairs, 30 per cent.
Chalk, free.

Champaigne wine. See Wine.
Charts, specially imported, free.
Cheese, 9 cents a lb.
Chemical preparations, 15 per cent.
China ware, 20 per cent.
Chip hats and bonnets, 30 per cent.
Chisels (socket), same as adzes.
Chloride of lime, 15 per cent.
Chocolate, 4 cents a lb.
Cider, same as Beer.
Cigars, $2,50 a 1000.

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