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An Account of the Total Number of Gallons of Proof SPIRITS permitted

out of Distillers' Stocks in England, and of British BRANDY and Sririts of WINE permitted out of Rectifiers' Stocks in England; also, the Quantity of Rum received into Rectifiers' Stocks in England, for the year ending Jan, 5, 1849.

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An ACCOUNT of the Total Number of Gallons of PROOF SPIRITS distilled in

England, Scotland, and Ireland, distinguishing the Quantities in each Country delivered Duty-paid direct from Distillers’ Stocks from the Quan. tities put into the Bonded Warehouses, for the year ended the 5th day of January, 1849.

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RETURN of the Quantities of Glass Imported into and Exported from the

United Kingdom, in the year ending January 5, 1848 (omitting fractions). Window Glass, white, or stained of one colour,

Imported. Exported. i not exceeding one-ninth of an inch in thickness, and shades, and cylinders

cwt. 31,037 25,883 All Glass exceeding one-ninth of an inch in

thickness, and all silvered or polished Glass. sup.sq.ft. 90,442 21,447 Glass painted or otherwise ornamented

do. 1,195

7 Wine Glasses, Tumblers, and all Flint Glass

Goods, not cut or otherwise ornamented lb. 154,343 149,956 Ditto cut, and fancy ornamental Glass

Ib. 639,967 183,344 Plain White Flint Glass Bottles

lb. 38,086 53,734 Glass Manufactures, not otherwise described, (except green or common bottles)

cwt. 370

6 British Flint Glass..

cwt.

15,296 Window Glass

cwt.

19,708 Plate Glass...

49,227 Common Glass Bottles

cwt,

194,755 Looking Glasses and Mirrors, declared value

£6,965

• sup. ft.

In 1848 the quantity of Quassia imported was 73cwts. Iqr. 181bs. In 1847 the quantity of Aloes imported was 275,3231bs. ; in 1848 it was 376,391lbs.

Foreign MANUFACTURED Goods entered and retained for Home Consump

tion (omitting fractions), entered by value, in the years ending Jan. 5, 1847, 1848, and 1849.

£

£ £ Bronze manufactures (not works of art). 447 804 503 Brass, ditto

6,429 6,190 4,404 Copper, ditto (not otherwise enumerated).. 4,324 3,653 3,189 Pewter, ditto

7
7

11 Tin, ditto

484 215

90 Steel and iron, wrought

16,018 15,636 17,331 Watches..

95,485 86,836 67,120 Clocks

83,460 81,497 61,966 China ..

28,169 31,525 27,895 Embroidery and needlework

53,890 63,831 64,320 Lace, made by hand ..

112,002 68,699 53,424 Linen, linen and cotton, and linen and

woollen (not otherwise enumerated) 36,305 18,448 13,578

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Entered by quantity

436,930

377,341 313,831

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Hats or bonnets of chip ..... . lbs. 181

bast, cane, or horsehair.. No. 124 of felt, hair, wool, or beaver

1,974 Platting of chip

.. lbs. 37,053
bast, cane, or horsehair
straw.

8,363 Corks, ready made

144,469 Starch...

cwts.

142 Boots and calashes.

pairs :36,742 Shoes and clogs

75,481 Paper-hangings.

sq. yards 500,472

284 153

487 1,183 2,355 1,129 33,172 18,168

123 847 3,938 1,762 127,208 114,768

265 238 39,669 24,479 94,382 78,060 556,025 306,673

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Return of the Quantities of Grain, MEAL, and Flour, reduced to quar

ters, entered for Home Consumption in the United Kingdom for the year ending Feb. 1, 1849, with the amount of duty received.

Colonial,
Foreign
Duty

Duty
Received

Received. Qrs.

Colonial.

1

£

£

Wheat and Wheat Flour 1,833,895 453,920 197,586 12,566 Barley and Barley Meal

931,454 98,412 Oats and Oatmeal

875,531 96,746

4,281

132 Rye and Rye.Meal.

62,714 6,542 Pease

151,323 15,747 14,527

*726 Beans and Bean Meal.

405,927 39,253 Indian Corn and Meal

1,609,003 77,930 Buck Wheat and Meal

16 Aggregate of all sorts charged with duty, 5,859,638qrs.; admitted free of duty, 226,89lqrs. Total amount of duty, 801,986).

286

QUANTITIES of GRAIN, FLOUR, and Meal (reduced to quarters), Imported

into Ireland in the years ending Sept. 1, 1847 and 1848, and from Sept. 1, 1848 to April 28, 1849.

Foreign countries, From Great
and from British
Possessions

Britain.
Year ending Sept. 1, 1847.

Qrs.

Qrs. Wheat and Wheat Flour..

336,706 600,001 Barley and Barley Meal...

68,548 79,676 Oats and Oatmeal

44,197 48,920 Rye and Rye Meal...

65,655 4,005 Pease, and Beans, and Meal

37,354 39,816 Indian Corn and Meal...

2,084,153 738,008 Buck Wheat and Meal

26,954 5,088

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The number of acres of Hops in England in 1848 was 49,232; the number of Pounds weight charged with duty was 44,343,985; 357,0291bs. of British Hops were exported, and 32,218lbs. were imported and retained for home consumption. The excise duty on British Hops is 18s. 8d.

per cwt., and 5 per cent. extra ; the Customs duty on Foreign Hops is 45s. per cwt.

The quantity of Malt made between Oct. 10, 1847, and Oct. 10, 1848, was- -England, 4,193,757qrs.; Scotland, 504,533qrs.; Ireland, 214,914qrs : Total, 4,913,004qrs. The total quantity used in the same period was 3,699,77lqrs.

In the same period, the total number of BREWERS licensed was— England, 2,196 ; in Scotland, 163; in Ireland, 101: Total, 2,460.

The number of LICENSED VICTUALLERS was England, 58,986 ; Scotland, 15,297; Ireland, 14,182: Total, 88,465. Of Persons licensed to sell BEER (England only) to be drunk en the premises, 34,602 ; not to be drunk on the premises, 3,400.

RETURN of Quantity of Foreign Cheese Imported in the Year ending

January 5, 1489.

Cuts.

lbs. From European Countries

286,474

22 From United States of America

154,658 3 0 From British Possessions

501 2 21

qrs.

Total...
Of which there was re-exported

441,635

3,414

1 2

15
14

tons,

Iron ore ..

Account of FOREIGN Iron and Unwrought Steel imported and exported in the year ending January 5, 1849. Imported.

Exported. cwt. qr. lh. tons. cwt. qr. Ib.

6 0 18 Chromate of Iron

1340 ] 2 19 Iron in Pigs .....

283 2 3 7 Iron in Bars, unwrought

23,879 5 2 12 3,431 13 1 17 Bloom Iron

464 9 2 12 10 0 0 Old Broken and old Cast Iron.. 256 18 1 26 Iron Hoops

5 13 018 Cast Iron

91 8 1 Steel unwrought

348 7 1 3 488 19 1 7

42 11 3 10 Iron and Steel, wrought (entered by weight)

340 9 0 25 340 9 0 25 Ditto (entered by value) £28,891 0s. Od. £11,560 Os, Od,

The quantities of foreign Iron retained for home consumption amounted in value to £17,331 ; upon which the duty was £1,743 16s.

13

Steel scraps

The British Iron (including unwrought Steel) exported in the year ending January 5, 1849, was

tons. cwt. qrs. Ibs. Pig Iron....

5,650 6 0 0 Bar Iron

321,134 12 2

0 Bolt and Rod Iron

17,553 14 0 17 Cast Iron

19,371 1 0 7 Iron Wire

1,912 15 2 18 Wrought Iron Anchors, Grapnels, &c.

4,625 19

3 21 Hoops..

16,644 19 2 23 Nails

5,709 6 1 7 Other sorts (except Ordnance)

49,384 17 1 16 Old Iron for re-manufacture..

7,241 5 2

17 Unwrought Steel

6,912 14 0 14

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Total......

619,141 12 20

The quantity of British HARDWARE and CUTLERY exported was 18,105 tons 6 cwts. I qr. 23 lbs., of the declared value of 1,860,1501. 7s. The quantity of British MACHINERY and Mill-work exported was of the declared value of 817,6561. 3s. 2d.

tons.

cwts. qrs.

Account of the Imports into and Exports from the United Kingdom of Leav

and LEAD Ore, Copper and Copper ORE, Tin, Zinc, and Zinc ORE, in the year ending January 5, 1849.

LEAD AND LEAD ORE,
Imported.

lbs. Pig and Sheet Lead

3,788 15 3 22 Lead Ore..

1,298 11 0 13 Red Lead

0 0 0 8 White Lead.

64 3 3 27 British.

Foreign. : Exported.

tons. cwt. qrs. Ib. tons. cwt. qrs. lbs.

134 15 2 18 Pig and Rolled Lead..

4,977 9 3 0 3,747 13 2 13 Shot..

1,151 11 0 4 Litharge

282 14 2 4 Red Lead

842 9 1 1 White Lead.

1,168 1 0 12 48 11 2 21

Lead ore .

qr. lb.

COPPER AND COPPER ORE.

Duty received on

Home Consumption. Imported.

tons. cwt.

£ S. d. Copper Ore

50,053 2 0 4 10,227 2 3 Regulus

124 9 3 12

6 4 6 Unwrought, in Bricks, &c., and Cast Copper

512 15 1 24

19 5 2 Old, for re-manufacture..

153 16 1 3

49 08 Part Wrought, in Bars, Rods, &c. 1,074 1 1 24

23 13 2 Plates and Coin ..

8 19 0 18

4 4 3 Manufactures

value £9,200 9s. 5d. 318 19 0 British.

E Foreign. Exported.

tons. cwt. qrs. lb, tons. cwt. qr. Ib. Ore

320 11 3 4 Unwrought, in Bricks, Pigs, &c. 4,261 4 1 12 186 5 2 21 Coin...

21 12 2 20 Sheets, Nails, &c. (including yellow metal)

8,947 7 3 2 Wire

16 11 0 12 Old, for re-manufacture

38 19 2 6 Wrought of other sorts, and part wrought

219 12 1 2 125 0 0 26 Manufactures. ..value

£6,011 Os. Od.

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