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A STATEMENT exhibiting the quantity of American and Foreign

Tonnage entered into, and departing from, each District, during the year ending on the 30th day of September, 1829.

AMERICAN

FOREIGN.
DISTRICTS.
Entered. | Departing. Entered. | Departing.

Tons.
Passa maquoddy,
11,927 20,198 2,814

2,705 Machias,

1,035

888 Frenchman's Bay,

2,135

2,135 Penobscot,

1,546

2,023 Waldoborough,

1,747

1,572 Wiscasset,

1,143

875 Bath,

12,554 16,627

410 Portland,

30,456 37,006 Kennebunk,

1,319

1,613 Belfast,

599

1,994 Saco,

509

697 York,

90

90 Portsmouth,

8,723

6,718 Vermont,

24,367

24,101 Newburyport,

6,565

4,121 Gloucester,

2,646

3,751 Salem,

17,951
17,538

180 Marblehead,

2,074

1,132 Boston,

117,608 88,593

4,827 3,825 Plymouth,

5,700 Barnstable,

315

114 Nantucket,

317

317 Edgurtown,

9,146

4,059 New Bedford,

14,510 18,364 Dighton,

718

337 Newport,

3,262
3,109

139 Bristol,

3,580

4,563 Providence,

8,758

7,949 New London,

4,664
5,851

250 Middletown,

3,943

2,699 New Haven,

7,358

7,481 Fairfield,

441

59 New York,

244,558 205,343 26,049 28,343 Sagg Harbor,

393 Champlain,

9,759

10,030 Oswego,

1,601
1,582
1,847

1,880 Genesee,

1,709
1,311
1,948

2,067 Sackett's Harbor,

1,362
1,408

565 Perth Amboy,

1,709
354

401 Bridgetown,

60 Philadelphia,

52,841

6,232 4,625 Delaware,

653

308 Baltimore,

51,613
54,248
6,446

6,890 Annapolis,

139 Snow Hill,

733

596 Oxford,

139 Georgetown,

2,242

2,065 Alexandria,

7,825
11,401

261 Norfolk,

7,272
15,361
3,926

4,011 Petersburg,

1,724
7,143

503 Richmond,

1,766

1,145 2,257 East River,

1,043 Tappahannock,

298 Folly Landing

328

324 Cherry Stone,

331

276 Wilmington,

17,615

24,937 Newbern,

1,798 1,512 7,029

8,123 Washington,

2,732 Edenton,

2,262

4,217 Camden,

4,354

6,557 Plymouth,

967

3,462 Charleston,

27,696 66,337

23,597 24,473 Savannah,

12,483 45,994

8,493

9,395 Brunswick

635

1,474 Pensacola,

386
292
304

254 St Augustine,

129 Key West,

4,965
5,638

1,388 Mobile,

11,883
14,494
5,400

4,953 Mississippi,

67,680 87,657 32,535 33, 172 Cuyahoga,

25

239 Detroit,

71 Total, 872,949 944,799 130,743 133,006

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RECAPITULATION OF THE TONNAGE OF THE UNITED STATES, FOR THE YEAR 1828.

The aggregate amount of the tonnage of the United States on the 31st of December, 1828, is stated at

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862,170 49

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55,680 04 10,921 92

Total licensed tonnage under 20 tons,

66,602 01

1,741,391 87

Of the enrolled and licensed tonnage, there were employed in the coasting trade,
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of the enrolled and licensed tonnage employed in the coasting trade, amounting, as above stated, to 862,170 49 tons, there were en

gaged in steam navigation 39,419 12 tons. The registered tonnage, einployed other than in the whale fishery during the year 1828, amounted to

767,998 29 Amount employed in the whale fishery

54,621 08

812,619 37

SUMMARY STATEMENT of Merchandise, imported into the United

States, in American and Foreign Vessels, commencing on the 1st day of October, 1828, and ending on the 30th September, 1829.

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Articles especially imported for Philosophical

Societies, &c. Philosophical apparatus Books Statuary, busts, casts and specimens of sculp

ture
Paintings, drawings, etchings and engravings
Anatomical preparations
Antimony, regulus of
Lapis calaminaris, leutenegue, spelter or zinc
Burr stones, unwrought
Brimstone and Sulphur
Cork tree, bark of
Clay, unwrought
Rags of any kind of cloth
Furs of all kinds
Hides and skins, raw
Plaster of Paris
Specimens of botany, natural history and mine-

ralogy
Models of inventions and machinery
Barilla
Wood, dye

unmanufactured, mahogany and other
Animals for breed
Pewter, old
Tin, in pigs and bars
Brass, old
Copper, in pigs and bars

in plates, suited to the sheathing of ships
for the use of the mint

old, fit only to be manufactured Bullion, gold

silver Specie, gold

silver All other articles

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11,7581 1,951 13,709 3,044

3,044 22,549

22,549 233,383 26,308 259,691 214,855 99,385 314,240 19,995 361 20,356 1,089

1,089 80,819 3,298 84,117 9,312

9,312 385,996 361 386,032 261,219 9,561 273,780 14,495

14,495 83,156 1,754

84,910 110,408 2301 110,638 834,707 2,400 837,107

680,747 25,281 706,023 5,463,898 285,941 5,749,839 2,570

2,570

$11,306,380 499,121 11,805,501

DUTIES

VALUE OF MERCHANDISE PAYING

AD VALOREM.

Manufactures of Wool. Not above 50 cents per square yard

100 do
250 do

400 do
Above 400 do
Flannels and baizes
Blankets
Hosiery, gloves, mits, &c.

$571,256 1,355,654 1,264,605

90,049

9,432 91,587 410,849 222,504

23,039 594,295 5,053 1,360,707 13,569 1,278,174 3,203 93.252

134 9,566 3,447 95,034 44,618 455,467 8,482 230,986

Worsted stuff goods All other articles

STATEMENT - CONTINUED.

1,568,971/ 31,651 1,600,622 542,435 9,523 551,953

Manufactures of Cotton. Printed and colored White Hosiery, gloves, mits, &c, Twist, yarn and thread Nankeens All other manufactures of

4,060,223 343,855 4,404,078 2,004,104 238,701 2,242,805 487,529 99,468 586,997 139,557 33,563

173,120 531,017 11,162 542,179 396,665 16,173 412,838

Silks from India. Piece goods Other articles of

1,733,973

203,693

75,418 1,809,391

203,693

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Silks from other places. Piece goods Other articles of Vestings and plaids wool, or wool and cotton or silk

cotton or cotton and silk Flax and linens, bleached and unbleached Checks and stripes All other articles paying a duty of 25 per cent. Hemp — Ticklenburgs, Osnaburgs and Burlaps Russia sheetings, brown

white All other articles of, except cordage

Iron and Steel. Side arms and fire arms, other than rifles and

muskets
Drawing knives, axes, adzes and socket chisels
Bridle bits of all descriptions
Steelyards, scales, beams and vices
Cutting knives, scythes, sickles, reaping hooks,

spades and shovels
Screws, weighing 24 pounds and upwards
Screws (called wood sciews)
Other articles not specified

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Copper. Vessels of All other manufactures of, paying a duty of 25

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per cent.

Brass
Tin
Pewter and lead, except shot
Wood, including cabinet ware
Leather, including saddles, bridles and harness
Glass ware not subject to specific duties
China or porcelain
Earthen and stone
Japanned
Plated
Gilt

30,555 12,455 43,010 298,778 17,553 316,331

8,867 2,234 11,101 21,232

3,448 24.050 114,069 6,812 120,201 536,588 7,042 543.630 102,763 41,520 144,233 94,540

3,387

97,927 998.981 240,836 1,239,217

52 927 26 52,953 115,632

116,632 69,926 12 69,938

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STATEMENT - CONTINUED.

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Lace-thread, silk, or cotton, other than coach,

coach,
Plated saddlery, coach and harness furniture,
Square wire, used for umbrella stretchers,
Marble, and manufactures of marble,
Ciphering slates,
Prepared quills,
Black lead pencils,
Paper hangings,
Brushes of all kinds,
Quicksilver,
Hair cloth and hair seating,
Bolting cloths,

Hats, Caps, and Bonnets :
Leghorn, straw, chip, or grass flats, braids, or

plaits, Fur, wool, leather, or silk, Ready made clothing,

Unmanufactured: Copper bottoms, and copper in plates or sheets,

not suited to the sheathing of ships, Brass, in plates and sheets, Tin, in plates or sheets, Raw silk, Opium, Artieles not especially enumerated, subject to duty of

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