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Fourth. On iron or steel wire, not exceeding number fourteen, six On i*9¤» M cents per pound, and over number fourteen, ten cents per pound. "°°l W"'

Fifth. On round iron, or brazier‘s rods, of three sixteenths to eight _ O¤ ¤'°¤¤d sixteenths of an inch diameter, inclusive; and on iron in nail or spike ;‘;'Q;s°;0g;‘° rods, slit or rolled ; and on iron in sheets, and hoop iron and on iron slit ` or rolled for band iron, scroll iron, or easement rods, three and one half cents per pound.

Sixth. On axes,adzes, drawing knives, cutting knives, sickels, or reap- 0¤ ¤¤¤» ing hooks, scythes, spades, shovels, squares, of iron or steel, bridle bits of “d"‘· &°‘ all descriptions, steelyards and scale beams, socket chisels, vices, and screws of iron for wood, called wood screws, ten per cent. ad valorem, in addition to the present rates of duty.

Seventh. On steel, one dollar and fifty cents per one hundred and 0n ¤¢<=·=l- twelve pounds.

Eighth. On lead, in pigs, bars, or sheets, three cents per pound ; on _On lead, in leaden shot, four cents per pound; on red or white lead, dry or ground P'€° °" “l‘°°"· in oil, live cents per pound ; on litharge, orange mineral, lead manufactured into pipes, and sugar of lead, five cents per pound.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That, from and after the thirtieth After June day of June, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, there shall $3 é828>1 be levied, collected, and paid, on the importation of the articles hereinati h,§;;d’°§,;°? ` {er mentioned, the following duties, in lieu of those now imposed by ghetollowlng gw_ utter:

First. On wool unmanufactured, four cents per pound; and also, in On wool unaddition thereto, forty per cent. ad valorem, until the thirtieth day of ’¤*;£,“*`¤fF°’°d· June, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine; from which time 6d_ °° 'mp°"` an additional ad valorem duty of five per cent. shall beimposed, annually until the whole of said ad valorem duty shall amount to fifty per cent. And all wool imported on the skin, shall be estimated as to weight and value, and shall pay the same rate of duty as other imported wool.

Second. On manufactures of wool, or of which wool shall be a com- On manufacponent part, (except carpetings, blankets, worsted stuff goods, bomba· **¤'°; <>;_W};>¤L zines, hosiery, mits, gloves, caps, and bindings,) the actual value of gfcglfhx be a which, at the place whence imported, shall not exceed fifty cents the component square yard, shall be deemed to have cost fifty cents the square yard and Pvt, ~·;¤¢¤r·¤ be charged thereon with a duty of forty per centum ad valorem, until the °aQ;‘;’£f£‘g gf thirtieth day of June, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, and from that an manuygc, time a duty of forty-five per centum ad valorem: Provided, That on all t¤r¤¤ ¤fw¤¤l, manufactures of wool, except flannels and baizes, the actual value of °"°°P'· &°· which, at the place whence imported, shall not exceed thirty-three and one third cents per square yard, shall pay fourteen cents per square yard.

Third. On all manufactures of wool, or of which wool shall be a On all manucomponent part, except as aforesaid, the actual value of which, at the $';;";’°“ °*`f place whence imported, shall exceed fifty cents the square yard, and shall what :,31 not exceed one dollar the square yard, shall be deemed to have cost one shall be a comdollar the square yard, and be charged thereon with a duty of forty per P°¤°¤*P¤;_¤»¤¤· centum ad valorem, until the thirtieth day of June, eighteen hundred gg}? T;°e;;‘:€d and twenty-nine, and from that time a duty of forty-five per centum ad fiftybente the valorem. square yard.

Fourth. On all manufactures of wool, or of which wool shall be a On all manucomponent part, except as aforesaid, the actual value of which, at the *`*°*¤*°¤ <>*` place whence imported, shall exceed one dollar the square yard, and  :05 shall not exceed two dollars and fifty cents the square yard, shall be shall ben comdcemed to have cost two dollars and fifty cents the square yard, and be P°¤¤¤* p¤rt, excharged with a duty thereon of forty per centum ad valorem, until the :3,* *fo‘;.l;’*°‘ . . . . I , OCX- thirtieth day of June, eighteen hundred and twenty-nme, and from that ceed 2 dollars time a duty of forty-five per centum ad valorem, ¤¤d60<=¤¤t¤ the

Fifth. All manufactures of wool, or of which wool shall be a com- :,°£§";g'“d· ponent part, except as aforesaid, the actual value of which, at the place