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Horns-Horn Tips and Pieces of Horns. Nicaragua Wood.
Nickel, Arseniate of, in Lumps or
Metallic, and Oxide of, refined.
Hoops of Wood.
in Bars, unwrought.
Kernels of Walnuts and of Peach Stones, and of Nuts or Kernels thereof, unenumerated, commonly used for expressing Oil therefrom.
Jewels-Emeralds and all other precious Nuts, Pistachio.
Juice of Lemons, Limes, or Oranges.
Nuts and Kernels, unenumerated.
Lac; viz. Sticklac.
of Olives, except in Ships of the Two Sicilies.
Croton, commonly used for ex
pressing Oil therefrom.
unenumerated, commonly used for expressing Oil therefrom.
Knubs or Husks, and Waste Silk.
Skins and Furs; viz.
Seal, in the Hair, not tanned,
tawed, or dressed.
Squirrel or Calabar, undressed.
Furs, Pelts, and Tails; viz.
Dog, in the Hair, not tanned or
Dog Fish, undressed.
Fox Tails, undressed.
Kangaroo, raw and undressed.
Kid, in the Hair, undressed.
Marten Tails, undressed.
Isinglass, per Cwt
Oils, Chemical, Essential, or Perfumed, per lb.
Essential, of Cloves, per lb.
Pickles preserved in Vinegar, per Gallon
Pickles or Vegetables preserved in Salt, for every 1007. Value
Refined Camphor, per Cwt.
Smalts, per Cwt.
Turpentine above the Value of 15s. per Cwt.
Verdigris, per Cwt.
Yarn Cable, per Cwt.
That from and after the Expiration of Excise Duties on British
Any Kind of Window Glass, White, or stained of One
All Glass exceeding One Ninth of an Inch in Thickness;
Not exceeding more than 9 square Feet, the square
£ s. d.
0 14 0
Containing more than 9 square Feet, and not more
Containing more than 14 square Feet, and not more
All White Flint Glass Bottles, not cut, engraved, or other-
All Flint Cut Glass, Flint coloured Glass, and Fancy
0 14 0
And that from and after the 10th Day of October 1846, until the 5th Day of April 1848, there be charged on the said Article One Half of the said Duties, and from and after the 5th Day of April 1848 One Fourth of the said Duties.
CA P. XIII.
An Act to repeal the Duties of Excise on Sugar manufactured
of Her present Majesty, intituled An Act to impose certain "Duties of Excise on Sugar made from Beet Root in the United Kingdom, a Duty of Excise of One Pound Four Shillings was 'imposed on every Hundred Weight of Sugar manufactured in 'the United Kingdom from Beet Root: And whereas by another Act passed in the Third and Fourth Years of the Reign of Her A4 Viet. 0.57. said Majesty, intituled An Act to impose Duties of Excise on
Sugar manufactured in the United Kingdom, the same Amount ' of Duty as was by Law payable on Sugar manufactured from 'Beet Root was imposed upon all Sugar manufactured in the United Kingdom, from whatever Materials made: And whereas