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554 'FWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess.II. Ch.270. 1842. per square foot; above that, and not exceeding eighteen by twelve inches, five cents per square foot; above eighteen by twelve inches, six cents per square foot. On all crown window·glass not exceeding ten by eight inches, three and a half cents per square foot; above that, and not exceeding ten by twelve inches, live cents per square foot; above that, and not exceeding fourteen by ten inches, six cents per square foot; above that, and not exceeding sixteen by eleven inches, seven cents per square foot; above that, and not exceeding eighteen by twelve inches, eight cents per square foot; and all exceeding eighteen by twelve inches, ten cents per square foot: Provided, That all glass imglassin Sham ported in sheets or tables, without reference to form, shall pay the high- 01* ¢=¤bi<¤¤· est duties herein imposed on the different descriptions of window-glass. Plate glass. On all polished plate glass, whether imported as window-glass, or however otherwise specitied, not silvered, and not exceeding twelve by eight inches, five cents per square foot; above that, and not exceeding fourteen by ten inches, seven cents per square foot; above that, and not exceeding sixteen by eleven inches, eight cents per square foot; above that, and not exceeding eighteen by twelve inches, ten cents per square foot; above that, and not exceeding twenty-two by fourteen inches, twelve cents per square foot; all above twenty-two by fourteen inches, thirty per centum ad valorem; if silvered, an addition of twenty per centum shall be made to the duty; if framed, a duty of thirty per centum ad valorem: Provided, That on all cylinder or broad glass, weighing over one hundred pounds per one hundred square feet, and on all crown glass weighing over one hundred and sixty pounds per one hundred square feet, there shall be an additional duty on the excess at the same rate as herein imposed. Porcelain On porcelain glass, on glass colored, or paintings on glass, a duty of gm? ‘£;°’°d thirty per centum ad valorem; on all articles or manufactures of glass g' not specified, connected with other materials, rendering it impracticable to separate it and determine its weight, twenty-tive per centurn ad valorem. Chinu ware, Fifth. On China-ware, porcelain-ware, earthen·ware, stoneware, and &*°* all other ware composed of earth or mineral substances, not otherwise specified, whether gilt, painted, printed, plain, or glazed, a duty of thirty per centum ad valorem. Leather. Sw- Sixth. On tanned, sole or bend leather, six cents per pound; on all upper leather not otherwise specified, eight cents per pound; on calf and seal skins tanned and dressed, five dollars per dozen; on sheep skins tanned and dressed, or skivers, two dollars per dozen; on goat skins or morocco tanned and dressed, two dollars and fifty cents per dozen; on kid skins or morocco tanned and dressed, one dollar and fifty cents per dozen; on goat or sheep skins tanned and not dressed, one dollar per dozen; on all kid and lamb skins tanned and not dressed,

evcnty-tive cents per dozen; and on skins tanned and dressed, otherwise than in color, to wit: fawn, kid, and lamb, usually known as cha-

Shoes and m01s, one dollar per dozen; on men’s boots and bootees of leather, b<>¤¤¤- wholly or partially manufactured, one dollar and twenty-five cents per pair; men’s shoes or pumps, wholly or partially manufactured, thirty cents per pair; women’s boots and bootees of leather, wholly or partially manufactured, fifty cents per pair; children’s boots, bootees, and shoes, wholly or partially manufactured, fifteen cents per pair; women’s double-soled pumps and welts, wholly or partially manufactured, forty cents per pair; women’s shoes or slippers, wholly or partially manufactured, _ whether of leather, prunella, or other material, except silk, twenty-five &§¤W h1d¢¤· cents per pair; on raw hides of all kinds, whether dried or salted, five ‘ per centum ad valorem; on all skins pickled and in casks, not specified, Mmmmmms twenty per centum ad valorem. or leather, Seventh. On·men’s leather gloves, one dollar and twenty-five cents