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An Account of the Exponts of the Principal Articles of British and

Irish Produce and ManUFACTURES, in the year, 1818, compared with the Exports of the preceding Year.

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Butter
Candles
Cheese
Coals and Culm
Cotton Manufactures

Yarn
Earthenware
Fish, viz. Herrings
Glass
Hardwares and Cutlery
Leather, wrought and unwrought
Linen Manufactures

Yarn
Machinery
Metals, viz. Iron and Steel

Copper and Brass
Lead
Tin, unwrought

Tin Plates
Salt
Silk Manufactures
Soap
Sugar, refined
Wool, Sheep's or Lamb's
Woollen Yarn.

Manufactures

Declared Value. 1817.

1848. £ 145,656 186,941 46,097

58,863 29,446

21,714 968,502 1,096,356 17,375,245 16,770,868 5,957,980 5,927,956 834,357

713,881 180,208

207,345 291,190

236,518 2,341,981 1,858,593 341,829

269,241 2,958,851 2,802,823

649,893 489,878 1,263,016 809,564 5,265,779 4,747,009 1,541,868 1,272,675 179,344

117,181 159,466 143,436 462,889 530,061 261,467 265,296 985,626

585,033 166,038 155,267 413,437 434,814 288,231

189,817 1,001,364

776,175 6,896,038 5,740,634

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Note. The Amounts exhibited for the year 1847 will be found to differ to some extent from those made up in February, 1848, in consequence of corrections made since that period.

Account of all CATTLE, SHEEP, and Swine, Imported into Great Britain

from Ireland, in the Years 1847 and 1848.

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Account of the Number and Tonnage of Vessels, distinguishing the

Countries to which they belonged, which entered Inwards and cleared Outwards, in the year 1848, compared with the Entries and Clearances of the preceding Year, exclusively of Vessels in Ballast.

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Ships. Tonnage. Ships. Tonnage. Ships. Tonnage. Ships. Tonnage.

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United Kingdom

and its Depen-18,771 4,238,956 18,149 4,020,415 15,5353,205,794 15,783 3,553,777

dencies
Russia
330 80,420 277 76,108 109 42,600

190 52,777 Sweden

518
68,355 357
51,956 381

46 091 356 49,811 Norway

1,316 209,192 1,063 179,014 568 61,538 599 83,565 Denmark

1,701 129,107 1,924 142,169 1,626 125,620 1,548 119,232 Prussia 1,351 276,563 555 120,986

878 158,064

444 92,667 Other German States

1,765 174,019 1,165 107,561 1,687 165,614 1,121 122,909 Holland 694 58,415 966

76,000 745

72,754 877 87,483 Belgium 241 31,216 274 38,322 278

41,689 325 51,750 France

856 49,623 1,779 108,362 2,428 204,813 2,572 238,637 Spain . 220 28,202 103 14,672 142

19,475 105 14,352 Portugal.

82 8,466

7,858 39 4,277 40 4,4-13 Italian States

369 89,604 105 29,749 195 44,956 102 24,963 Other European States 21 5,526 17

5,359 11 2,571 12 3,402 United States of America 1,303 636,324 958 598,182 879 518,293

315 551,465 Other States in America, Afri

20 5,094 10 2,718 7 2,086 4 999 -ca, or Asia

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Total

29,561 6,091,052 27,786 5,579,461 25,564 4,719,241 24,893 5,051,237

Account of the Number and Tonnage of Vessels which entered In

wards and cleared Outwards with Cargoes, at the several Ports of the UNITED KINGDOM, during the year 1848, compared with the Entries and Clearances of the preceding Year.

Entered Inwards.

Cleared Outwards.

Vessels,

1847.

1848.

1847.

1848,

Ships. Tonnage. Ships. Tonnage. Ships. Tonnage. Ships. Tonnage.

Employed be.

tween Great Britain and

8,085 1,296,610 9,109 1,470,309 17,935 2,074,387 18,941 2,153,054 Ireland Other Coast

ing Vessels 134,44010,923,186 131,332 11,053,563 140,987 11,218,238 136,804 11,162,295

Total.

142,525 12,219,796 140,441 12,523,872 158,922 13,265,625 155,745 13,315,349

The Number and Tonnage of VESSELS that entered and cleared from and to the Colonies in the year 18 18 (including their repeated voyages), were as follows:- Inwards, to Ports in England, in British Sailing Vessels, 4,405 ; Tonnage, 1,277,491. To Ports in Scotland : Vessels, 494 ; Tonnage, 163,894. To Ports in Ireland : Vessels, 463 ; Tonnage, 138,596. To the Isle of Man and Channel Islands : Vessels, 27; Tonnage, 4,201; Steamers, 329 ; Tonnage, 65,392. Total of British Shipping, inwards, 5,718; Tonnage, 1,649,574: Foreign, 75 Vessels ; Tonnage, 9,003.

Outwards, from Ports in England, in British Sailing Vessels, 4,311 ; Ton. nage, 1,277,161. From Ports in Scotland: Vessels, 519; Tonnage, 170,629. From Ports in Ireland : Vessels, 362; Tonnage, 101,868. From the Channel Islands : Vessels, 50 ; Tonnage, 6,844 ; Steamers, 358; Ton. nage, 79,119. Total of British Shipping outwards, 5,600 ; Tonnage, 1,635,621. Foreign : 77 Vessels ; Tonnage, 17,625.

The Number of Sailing Vessels built and registered in the year 1848 was 733, with a Tonnage of 107,218; and 114 STEAMERS, with a Tonnage of 15,334. In the same year 501 Sailing Vessels and 13 Steamers, belonging to the United Kingdom, were wrecked, of a Tonnage amounting in the whole to 96,920.

No.

Vessels not Coasters, belonging to all Nations, trading Inwards and

Outwards, during 1848, with the Port of LIVERPOOL, distinguishing Sailing Vessels from Steamers, and Trading Steamers from Mail Steamers.

Tons. INWARDS :Sailing Ships with Cargoes

3,316 1,320,746 in Ballast

172 31,322 Trading Steamers

30 10,353 Mail Steamers

33,686

43

3,561 1,396,107

OUTWARDS :
Sailing Ships with Cargoes

in Ballast
Trading Steamers
Mail Steamers

3,965 1,361,107 280 129,093 30 10,168 43 34,699

4,318 1,535,067

The Amount of Tolls received for LightHOUSES by the Trexity House CORPORATION in the year 1847 was 198,2111; for Buors and Beacons, 17,2611. The commission on the collection of the tolls was 7,1551. ; charge of maintenance of Lighthouses, 92,4231. ; charges of Buoys and Beacons, 9,9281. ; with 15,5191. for general purposes. The net surplus, 90,571/., has been applied to the “ Charitable and other uses, purposes, and intents, for which the said Corporation has been established and maintained." There are in addition eleven lighthouses which have been purchased, on which a debt was due, Dec. 31, 1846, of 871,8171. : the gross income from these has been 117,3681. ; the charges and collection leave a surplus of 104,2251., which has been applied to the payment of interest on, and the reduction of the debt, which on Dec. 31, 1847, was 795,7481.

1847.

Account showing the Imports into the United Kingdom of the total quanti

ties of Sugar, MOLASSES, Rum, COFFEE, and Cocoa, in the years 1847 and 1848.

1848. SUGAR--unrefined.

Cwts.

Cwts. From British West Indies and Guiana

3,199,814 2,794,987 Mauritius

1,193,571 886,282 British East Indies.

1,397,026 1,328,230 Ceylon

7,557

4,228 Singapore

2,569

3,288 Foreign Produce from the above places .. 17,040 9,122

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An Account of the number of Proof Gallons of Rum; also, of BRANDY,

Geneva, and other FOREIGN, COLONIAL, or Jersey Spirits Imported; of the Quantities retained for Home Consumption, Exported, Shipped as Stores, and used by the Navy, for the year ended Jan. 5, 1849.

United Kingdom. Imported.

Retained for Home Consump

tion.

Exported.

Shipped Delivered

for use of Stores. Navy.

as

Gallons, Gallons, Gallons, Gallons, Gallons, Rum: — Of British including including including including including

Possessions, viz.: Overpoof. Overproof. Overproof. Overproof. Overproof. West India and Mauritius

5,770,496 2,633,710 776,067 111,964 175,356 East India

882,484 205,837 104,862 38,674 112,191 West India, Mauri

tius and East India vatted together

147,320

56,483 54,722 Foreign

260,001 Of British & Foreign

142
325,878

1,907
Possessions vatted
together

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An Account of the Number of Gallons of Foreign Wine imported, of

the Quantities upon which Duty has been paid for Home Consumption, and the quantities exported; also the Quantities retained for Home Consumption, after deducting the Amount exported subsequently to the Payment of Duty, for the year ended Jan. 5, 1849.

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