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-pound.. Mixed, with weight of packing
do... Wool, pure or mixed, with weight of packing.. Linen, pure or mixed, with weight of packing.
.do. Cotton, pure or mixed, with weight of packing.
do.. Corks, all kinds, gross weight Cords, hemp or pita, gross weight.
dozen. Corsets, all kinds and sizes.. Glass cutters, steel
do.. Cuts of leather for shoes, with weight of packing Cuts of cotton for clothes, embroidered or ornamented, with weight of cards and
.dozen.. paper Cuts of woolen, same, with weight of cards and paper.
do.... Cuts of silk, same, with weight of cards and paper...
Pure or cotton mixed, crude or listed, ordinary, and medium fine, up to 80 inches wide...
...yard.. Same, up to 36 inches wide
..do... Same, fine and superfine, up to 80 inches wide.
..do.... Same, fine and superfine, up to 36 inches wide..
.do.... Crape : Silk, all colors.
do.... Cotton, black, narrow for mourning.
..do... Crosses or medals of brass, tin, or composition, up to 4 inch long.
gross.. Same, up to 14 inches long.
dozen.. Fine, handles of ivory, pearl, or plaqué
.do.... Wood, for salads.
.do. Of ivory
.do.. Spoons: Iron, tin, or pewter, common size..
gross. Iron, tea....
.do.. White metal or German silver, with weight of packing
pound.. Wood, small, for sauces.
gross.. Ivory, same....
..do.... Knives :
Table, ordinary and medium, handles of wood, whalebone, deor-horn, or bone
dozen.. Table, fine, ivory, pearl, or plaqué handles..
...do... Dessert, half the foregoing duties according to the class. Pointed, cast-blade, ordinary, bone, deer-horn, or whalebone handles, gross weight.
-pound.. For the woods, ordinary, without sheath.
dozen.. Same, with leather sheath.. Same, with metal sheath and tip..
..do... Same, fine
do... Metal, wood, or deer-horn, for cutting paper.
do.... Same, of pearl, ivory, or bone..
.do.. Collars : Cotton or linen..
do.... Same, embroidered, for women
.do.. Strings, for guitar or violin, up to one yard long, in bundles of 30 strings. bundle.. Hides:
Tanned, with hair, for caps and other uses, gross weight... .. pound.
Daggers, two edges :
..dozen.. Damask, of wool and silk, or mixed with cotton, for furniture coverings or other uses, up to 36 inches wide...
yard. Same, double width
.do.... Or brocatel of silk and cotton, ground or visible pictures, of silk, for curtains or other uses, up to 36 inches wide
.... yard.. Or brocade, of silk only, for same uses as the following, to 36 inches wide do.. Of silk only, for clothes or other uses, up to 36 inches wide... Or brocade, cloth, or tissue of cotton, embroidered or woven with thread of false metal, to 36 inches wide..
...yard.. Same of silk, embroidered or woven with thread of false metal, to 36 inches wide
yard.. Same of silk, embroidered or woven with thread of fino metal, to 36 inches
..yard.. of wool, or mixed with cotton, all colors, to 28 inches wide
.do.... Same, double....
..do.... White or genuine, linen or mixed with cotton, to 36 inches wide. ..do....
Cotton or linen, including weight of card-board and papers.. -pound..
do... Oilcloth or rubber, printed, ordinary and medium fine, up to 72 inches wide.. yard.. Same, fine
do. Printed, ordinary and medium fine, up to 36 inches wide
.do. Same, fine
.co... Strings, wire-covered, for guitar or violin.
gross.. Same, for piano...
.do... Socks, knit wool or cotton mixed, with or without soles, for infants. .dozen.. Brooms, with or without handles, straw.
.do.. Shotguns, percussion-locks, ordinary and medium fine, one barrel.
.each.. Same, double-barreled.
..do.. Single-barreled, fine..
.do.. Same, double-barreled.
.do. Single-barreled, breech-loading, with or without accessories
.do. Double-barreled, same
..do... Steels, ordinary, for smokers..
.dozen.. Enamel, in leaves, with weight of packing
pound.. Cut in figures for embroidery and other uses, with weight of packing....do. Emery, in powder, for silversmith...
do. Swords or sabers, ordinary, with scabbards of leather or metal, without belts.each.. Same, with scabbard of leather or German silver, with metal tips or ornaments, or small swords, fine blade.....
.each. Mirrors, all classes and sizes, with or without frames, gross weight -pound.. Spermaceti, unmanufactured, gross weight
do.. Same, in candles, gross weight
.do. Sponges of all kinds..
.do. Tin, in domestic utensils, gross weight. Spurs, brass, steel, or iron, with or without straps, by pairs
..dozen.. Shoe pegs, gross weight....
...cwt.. Stearine: In cakes, gross weight.
--pound. In candles, with weight of box
do. Mats, rush or straw, for floors, 36 inches wide.
yard.. Stirrups: Iron
dozen pair. White or yellow metal
.do.. Labels for bottles or other uses.
-ponnd.. Wool, with weight of packings....
.do. Silk, pure or mixed, plain or damask-like, with or without fringe .dozen.. Silk, knit, twisted or netted, simple, with or without tassels
do... Same, double or superior
.do... Felt: Woolen, up to 18 inches wide..
..yard.. Cotton, up to 36 inches wide.
.do.. Silk, up to 30 inches wide.
..do... Filters, charcoal, for water
dozen.. Flannel, thin woolen, to 30 inches wide
..yard.. Flowers, artificial, mounted or unmounted, with weight of packing -pound.. Foils, iron, for fencing.
.dozen.. Matches of all kinds, gross weight
pound.. Flannel, woolen or mixed, up to 30 inches wide
..do.... Bits for bridles
Thread, cotton, in clews, balls, or skeins, for sewing, embroidery, and crocheting, including weight of cardboard and papers
.. pound.. Cotton on spools, to 100 yards...
..gross. Hemp, for shoes and sacks, gross weight.
...pound.. Same, fine, in balls, or wound on cardboard, for tailors, including weight of cards and paper..
.. pound.. Linen, for sewing or embroidery, spools, to 100 yarıls.
dozen.. Tin, sheet, manufactured, in domestic utensils or for othor uses, gross weight..
.pound.. Holland, of linen, to 36 inches wide, ordinary.
yard.. Same, medium and fine
Chintz, cotton, gross weight....
Same, medium and fine
.. pound.. In cakes, scented or not, ordinary and ting
do... Headstalls, for halters, all kinds
..dozen.. Sirups or sherbets, all classes...
.bottle. Rigging tackle, not intended for the use of the ports, gross weight. .. pound.. Jars and basins:
of delf. (See Delf, letter L.) Of glass. (See Glass, letter V.) Iron, tin, or
pewter." (See Iron, manufactured, letter H.) Sheet tin. (See Tin, letter II.)
Galvanized or of white or yellow metal. (See Table service, letter V.) Frieze, coarse, imitation of that made in this country, wool or cotton, mixed, to 36 inches wide
Jard.. Syringes, glass, any shape, large
.dozen.. Same, small
.do... Metal, any shape, large
..do. Same, small..
..do. Rubber, any shape or size, with tube
.do.. Same, withont tube..
.do... In sets, made of bone and wood. In sets, made of bone and ivory
.do.... Lottery, game, in card-board boxes.
dozen. Same, in wooden boxes
do.. Chequers (checkers, draughts), board of card
..do.. Same, board of wood
Pieces of wood, bone, papier maché, or any other material.
..do.. Same, board larger than 8 inches..
..do.. Toys, all kinds, for children, gross weight.....
-yard.. Mixed with silk .......
Ordinary, encased in wood.
Wood, bone, or gutta-percha
..each.. Of any cotton or linen stuff
.do.... Books: Of cigarette-paper .....
.1,000 leaves.. Of gold or silver, false or gilding, with weight of paper.
-pound.. Same, fine quality.
...do... Same, memorandums, blank, gross weight
...do.... Liqueurs, sweet, as Cominillo, Curaçoa, Chartreuse, Anisette, bitters, &o.... bottle..