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MEXICO.


AMERICAN AND FOREGIN TRADE WITH TAMPICO, FROM 1st JANUARY TO 31st DECEMBER, 1842.

ARRIVALS. DEPARTURES.
NATION. No. of
vessels.
Tons. No. of
crew.
Invoice Value of
Cargo.
No. of
vessels.
Tons. No. of
crew.
Invoice Value of
Cargo.
REMARKS.
American, 15 1,277 91 $43,320 13 1,092 83 $171,980 2 Vessels sold.
British Men-of-war and Packets, 14 269,953 14 2,845,240 All Specie
British Merchantmen, 8 1,270 62 310,000 5 687 39 7,125 4 in port.
Mexicans, 20 976 142 58,000 17 983 119 8,250 2"
Hanseatic 2 260 19 105,000 2 260 19 5,000 1"
French 4 497 35 200,000 5 541 44 175,000 1"
Spanish 2 194 22 45,000 4 402 37 4,000
Sardinean 1 136 7 25,000 1 136 7 3,000
Colombian 1 57 10 6,000 1 57 10 4,000
67 4667 338 $1,062,245 62 4,158 358 $3,223,505

N.B.—The transportation in Britsh Vessels and Royal Mail Steamers, is entirely quicksilver.