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T WENTY—SEVEN TH CONGRESS. S1·:ss.II. Ch.270. 1842. 559 ad valorem; on spermaceti or wax candle , and on candles of spermaceti Candles, &c. and wax combined, eight cents per pound; wax tapers, thirty per centum ad valorem ; tallow candles, four cents per pound; on tallow, one cent Tallow. pm- Pound; beeswax, bleached or unbleached, and shoemakers’ wax, wu fifteen per centum ad valorem ; on Windsor, shaving, and all other per- Soap, &.c. fumed or fancy soaps, or wash balls, and Castile soap, thirty per centum ad valorem ; on all other hard soaps, four cents per pound; and on all soft soap, fifty cents per barrel; on marrow, grease, and all other soap stocks and soap stuffs, ten per centum ad valorem ; on starch, two cents Starch. per pound; on pearl or hulled barley, two cents per pound; on corks, Barley. thirty per centum Hd valorem; OH manufactures of cork, twenty-five per C°'k· centum ad valorem ; on spunges and spunk, twenty per centum ad va- $l>¤¤8¢¤» &·¢· lorem; on oranges and lemons, in boxes, barrels, or casks, and on grapes Fruit. not drieil, in boxes, kegs, or jars, twenty per centum ad valorcm. Fourth. On salt, eight cents per bushel of fifty-six pounds; on salt- Various otherpetre, partially refined, one fourth of one cent per pound; completely ¤’¤°l°¤· refined, two cents per pound ; on bleaching powder, or chloride of lime, one cent per pound; on vinegar, eight cents per gallon; on spirits of turpentine, ten cents per gallon; on beef and pork, two cents per pound; hams and bacon, three cents per pound; prepared meats, poultry or game, in cases or otherwise, and Bologna sausages, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; on cheese, nine cents per pound; butter, five cents per pound; lard, three cents per pound; macaroni and vermicelli, gelatine, jellies, and all similar preparations, thirty per centum ad valorem ; on wheat, twenty-five cents per bushel; barley, twenty cents per bushel; rye, fifteen cents per bushel; oats, ten cents per bushel; Indian corn, or maize, ten cents per bushel; wheat flour, seventy cents per one hundred and twelve pounds; Indian meal, twenty cents per one hundred and twelve pounds; potatoes, ten cents per bushel; on foreign fish, viz: dried or smoked, one dollar per one hundred and twelve pounds; on mackerel and herrings, pickled or salted, one dollar and fifty cents per barrel; on pickled salmon, two dollars per barrel; on all other fish, pickled in barrels, one dollar per barrel; on all other pickled fish, imported otherwise than in barrels or half barrels, not specified, twenty per centum ad valorem; and on sardines and other fish, preserved in oil, twenty per centum ad valorem; Provided, That fresh caught fish, brought in for daily consumption, shall be exempt from duty; on fish glue or isinglass, twenty per centum ad valorem; on pickles, capers, and sauces of all kinds, not otherwise enumerated, thirty per centum ad valorem; on castor oil, forty cents per gallon; neatsfoot and animal oils, and all volatile and essential oils, not otherwise specified, twenty per centum ad valorem; on all gums and other resinous substances, not specified, in a crude state, fifteen per centum ad valorem; and on the said articles, when not in a crude state, and on pastas, balsams, essences, tinctures, extracts, cosmetics, and perfumes, not otherwise enumerated, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; on benzoic, citric, white or yellow muriatic, nitric, oxalic, pyroligneous, and tartario acids, twenty per centum ad valorem; on boracic acid, five per centum ad valorem ; borax or tinca], twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on amber, ambergris, ammonia, annatto, aniseed, arrow root, vanilla beans, French chalk, red chalk, juniper berries, manganese, nitrate of lead, chromate, bichromate, and prussiate of potash, glauber and Rochelle salts, Epsom salts or sulphate of magnesia, and all other chemical salts or preparations of salts not enumerated, smalts, salsoda, and all carbonates of soda, by whatever name designated, other than soda ash, barilla, and kelp, twenty per centum ad valorem; on sulphate of quinine, forty cents per ounce, avoirdupois ; on soda ash, five per centum ad valorem. }€’P¤dY»,°*h°¥ Fifth. On brandy, one dollar per gallon; on other spirits manufac- Ez’;2:;,l;l,;$:;,_ tured or distilled from grain or other materials, for first and second an