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HISTORICAL AND STATISTICAL
|Profits of British merchants, ten per cent. on do.||150,000|
|Indigo and Cochineal, exported by British merchants, the value in return for dry goods||1,500,000|
|Additional value of Guatemalian produce, over and above the value of dry goods||200,000|
|Value of mahogany||400,000|
|Total value of the trade from and to Belize||£3,750,000|
|So that the value of the trade of Guatemala is|
|With Belize, the entrepôt of Guatemala||3,750,000|
The trade of Belize has increased very
- It is curious to observe how this sum, furnished from particulars by merchants at Belize, agrees with that stated in the Report of the Guatemalian Commission, page 486.