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RIVER AND HARBOUR RATES.
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DescriiJtion of Goods.
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Description of Goods.
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Pitch
2

1
6
1 6
3
Sugar Moulds .
1
6
1
10
2;i
Plaster of Paris
1
6
1

1
2
fSjagar Baskets (old)

9

G

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fPlaster Stone .

9

6


-Sulphates — Soda & Zinc
1
4
4
1 6
2,
Ploughs ,
2

1
6
1 6
2
Syrup . . ,
2

6
1 G
4
Potash — Prussiate and
Tallow .
2

G
1 G
3
Sulphate, &c
2

1
6
1 6
4
f Tapioca . . .
1
4
4


Potatoes . . .
1


9
9
3
t Do. Flour
1
4
4


Provisions
2

1
6
1 6
3
Tar
1
6

1
2:
Pumice Stone .
2

1
6
1 G
6
Tea ...
2

6
1 6
101
Puncheon Goods
2

1
6
1 6
G
Thread .
2

6
1 6
6.
Puncheon Packs
1
6
1

1
3
jTie Bars . ,
1
G
G


Pyrites . . ,

4

3
3
2
Tiles, Roofing .
1


9
9
2,
Bags
2

1
6
1 C
4
Do. Drain

4

3
3
2
Railway Plant (Wag-
Timber— Teak, Oak,Elm ,
gons, &c.) .
2

1
6
1 6
3
Ash, Birch, or other
Eice and Rice Flour .
1
4
1
4
1
4
hardwood, per ton of
Rock Salt

4

3
3
2
40 cubic feet.
1
3
1
3
1
2
Rose Wood
2

1
G
1 G
2
Timber — Fir or Pine
Rosin
2

1
G
1 G
3
Deals, Battens or
Eye — Inwards .
1
3
1
3
1
4
Scantling, per ton of
Do. — Outwards
1

1



.50 Cubic feet
1
3
3
1
2
Sago and Sago Flour
1
4
1
4
1
4
Tin ...
2

6
1 6
2
Salt

4

3
3
2
fTin Plates & Canada
Salt Dross

4

3
3
1
Plates in Boxes .
1
6
6


Saltpetre
2

1
6
1 G
3
Tobacco .
2

6
1 G
3
fSaltpetre Waste
1

1



Tobacco Pipes ,
2

G
1 6
4
Sand

4

3
3

Tow
2

G
1 G
4
Scrap Tin
1


9
9
4
Treacle .
1

9
1 6
4
Seeds
2

1
6
1 G
4
Tree Plants .
2

6
1 3
4
Shell Fish
2

1
6
1 6
4
fTrinidad Pitch
1

9
Ship Stores
2

1
6
1 6
4
f Tubing, Malleable Iron
1
G
6


Shoes .
2

1
6
1 G
4
Turnips .

4
3
3
2
Shoe Pegs
2

1
6
1 6
4
Turpentine
2

G
1 6
3
Shot
2

1
6
1 G
2
Umber . .
2

6
1 G
4
tShudes (Ground Grain
Valonia . .
2

6
1 6
4
Shellings)

9

6


Vegetables
2

C
1 G
3
Shumac .
2

1
G
1 6
4
Vent Linings .
1
G

1
2|
Skins — Calf, Sheep, or
Vitriol .
2

G
1 G
3i
Lamh .
2

1
6
1 6
G
Wands .
2

6
1 G
2:
Slagg, . . .

4

3
3
2
Wheat — Inwards
1
3
3
1
3
Slates .
1
3
1
3
1 3
3
Do. — Outwards .
1


1
3
Soap
2

1
6
1 6
G
Whiting .

4
3
3
2
Soap Waste

4

3
3
1
Wines
2

6
1 G
8
Soda
1
4
1
4
1 G
4
Wire
2

G
1 G
3
Soda Ash
1
4
1
4
1 G
4
Wood- Brazil, Cedar,
1
Soot
1


9
9

Ebony, and Maple
2

G
1 G
2!
Spelter .
2

1
G
1 6
2
Wood Hoops .
2

G
1 G
2,
f Spigle Iron .

7

7


fWood Pulp .
1

9

Spirits .
2

1
G
1 6
8
Wool
2

G
1 G
lot
Starch .
2

1
6
1 6
4
Wrought Iron Punts
2

6
1 G
2j
Staves
1


9
9
2
Wrouglit Iron Roofing
2

G
1 G
21
Steel
1
4
1
4
1 6
2
Wrought Iron Railway
1
fSteel Scrap .

7

7


Sleepers
1
G
6
__
i
"tSteel Blooms .
1

1



Yarn
2

G
1 6
4^
•fSteel Rails and Plates
1
4
1
4


Yeast
2

G
1 6
4l
Stockings
2

1
6
1 G
7
Yellow Metal .
2

6
1 6
3
Stones

4

3
3
2
Zinc
2

G
1 6
2
fStonewarc
1
6
1



Zinc Ore

4
3


Straw
1
6
1

1
2
Zino Ashes
1



I
Stucco .
1
6
1

1
2
Other Goods not par-
Sugar
1
4
1
4
1 G
4
ticularly enumerated
2

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