A new merchant's guide

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author, 1798 - 244 páginas

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Página 205 - ... or shading engines; presses for horn buttons; dies for horn buttons; rolled metal with silver thereon ; parts of buttons not fitted up into buttons, or in an unfinished state ; engines for chasing, stocks for casting buckles, buttons, and rings...
Página 151 - Kingdom within twenty years next before the same shall be imported, or of any book or books reprinted abroad and inserted among other books or tracts to be sold therewith in any collection where the greatest part of such collection shall have been first composed or written abroad.
Página 175 - That no goods, wares, or merchandise, unless in cases provided for by treaty, shall be imported into the United States from any foreign port or place, except in vessels of the United States, or in such foreign vessels as truly and wholly belong to the citizens or subjects of that country of which the goods are the growth, production, or manufacture, or from which such goods, wares, or merchandise can only be, or most usually are, first shipped for transportation.
Página 204 - Rollers, either plain, grooved, or of any other Form or Denomination, of Cast Iron, Wrought Iron, or Steel, for the rolling of Iron or any Sort of Metals, and Frames, Beds, Pillars, Screws, Pinions, and each and every implement, Tool, or Utensil thereunto belonging ; Rollers, Slitters, Frames, Beds, Pillars, and Screws for Slitting Mills...
Página 205 - Stones, either in the rough State or finished for Use ; Wire Moulds for making Paper ; Wheels of Metal, Stone, or Wood, for cutting, roughing, smoothing, polishing, or engraving Glass; Purcellas, Pincers, Shears, and Pipes used in blowing Glass; Potters...
Página 205 - ... rings ; die-sinking tools of all sorts ; engines for making buttonshanks ; laps of all sorts ; tools for pinching of glass, engines for covering of whips ; bars of metal, covered with gold or silver, and burnishing stones, commonly called blood stones, either in the rough state or finished for use ; wire moulds...
Página 150 - ... psalters, manuals, rosaries, popish catechisms, missals, breviaries, portals, legends, and lives of saints, containing superstitious matter, printed or written in any language whatsoever, nor any other superstitious books printed or written in the English tongue, upon pain of forfeiture of...
Página 166 - Goods, the produce of the dominions of the Emperor of Morocco, which may be imported from places in Europe within the Straits of Gibraltar : Goods, the produce of Asia, or Africa, which (having been brought into places in Europe within the Straits of Gibraltar, from or through places in Asia or Africa within those Straits, and not by way of the Atlantic Ocean) may be imported from...
Página 203 - September, 1701, all wrought silks, Bengals and stuffs mixed with silk or herba, of the manufacture of Persia, China or the East Indies, and all calicoes, painted, dyed, printed or stained there...
Página 161 - Mackarel, Whiting, Haddock, Sprats, Coal Fish, Gull Fish, Congers, nor any Sort of flat Fish, nor any other Sort of fresh Fish whatsoever, shall be imported into or sold or exposed to Sale in that Part of this Kingdom called England...

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