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LONDON GAZETTE of JANUARY 2,
Whitehall, January 2, 1863. THE Right Honourable Sir George Grey, Bart.,
one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, having on the 24th day of December, 1862, appointed George Wingrove Cooke, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, to be a Commissioner under the Act 14 and 15 Vic., cap. 53, intituled “ An Act " to consolidate and continue the Copybold and “ Inclosure Commissions, and to provide for the "completion of proceedings under the Tithe Com" mutation Acts ;' the said George Wingrove Cooke has this day made a declaration before Sir George William Wilshere Bramwell, Knt., one of the Barons of Her Majesty's Court of Exchequer, for the due execution of the duties under the said Act.
Board of Trade, Whitehall,
December 31, 1862. The Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council for Trade give Notice, that the Moniteur of the 30th instant, contains a French Imperial Decree, abolishing from the 1st January, 1863, the drawbacks accorded by the Decrees of the 18th August, 1852, 19th January, 1856, 29th May, 1861, and 20th July, 1862 respectively, on the exportation of products derived from Salt. 1863.
Board of Trade, H'hitehall,
December 31, 1862. The Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council for Trade, give Notice that the Moniteur of the 30th instant, contains a French Imperial Decree, of which the following is a translation, fixing the import duties on British and Belgian products, baving Salt as their basis, and abolishing the supplementary duties upon glass of British or Belgian origin :
Art. 1. The British and Belgian productions, having salt as their basis, which are specified in the table annexed to the present decree, will, after the 1st January, 1863, pay on importation, in lieu of the existing supplementary duties, the supplementary duties therein set forth, to countervail the direct and indirect charges attaching to the manufacture of soda.
Nevertheless, the supplementary duties fixed by the treaties of the 16th November, 1860, and the 1st May, 1861, with England and Belgium respectively, will continue to be levied :-Ist, on sulphate of anhydrous soda, containing more than 25 per cent. of salt; 2nd, upon artificial raw sodas below 30 degrees ; 3rd, upon carbonates of soda below 60 degrees.
ART. 2. From the 1st of January, 1863, the supplementary duties upon looking glass or mirrors, upon glass wares, window glass, and other white glass and glass bottles of British or Belgium origin, will be abolished. Table annexed to the above Decree.
100 kilos. Artificial raw soda of at least 30 degrees : f. Crystals of soda (crystallized carbonate of soda)