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NEW YORK STATE GAZETTEER.

114


P. States.


9,884,358

1,124,920

417,168

16,121,395

1,249,385

242,130

3,207,043

1,211,305

373,599

356,614

378,257

631,723

2,232,452

1,158,517

23,317,435

484,520

3,842,968

4,123,208

1,255,831

3,215.236

343,100

285,125

860,942

1,574,716

1,542,600

1,837,561

7,626,830

10,780,379

2,002,653

663,373

1,367.425

2,314,065

1,465,074


5,629,029

282,644

341,528

15.304.255

i:i83'788

240.501

2,032,614

515,700

267,097

323.041

235,168

269,486

1,410,426

706,945

13,514,098

442.910
* 3,042,152
2,040,898
1,078,666

1,755,011

286,954

237,710

679,421

976,018

1,195,004

1,378,660

6,719,713

9,192,641

1,742,396

494,915


$ 624,060
1,024,992
269,833
271.027
6,730,168
6,414.700
8,096,651
689,533
559,635
940,077
477,087
242,648
389,519
696,39'9
276,030
1,293,921
463,067
327,207
1,173,075


$14,754,255
1,244,692
2,286,099
408.879
18,341,081
6,777.295
9,279.969
7,299,549
887,486
3.243,174
•    643,642

525,376
504,634
971,126
392.440
1,300,065
470,023
594,258
3,843,320


1,046,668

836,423


$137,208,207


$202,293,875


$80,319,255

772,925

741,077

2,120,868

1.080.671

966,017

12,391,713

654,452

5.598,571

953,436

342,869
1.441.471
321,935
876,156
397.310
626,744
329,241
- 385,945

515,641

1,182,837

520.029

666,583

467,379

3,318,913

1.489,054

382,610

739,949

2,987,576

426,499

945,073

1,147,773

725,338

970,133

2,298,709

2,845,029

405,439

1,972,243

1.449.672
806,412

1,259,711

278,946

477,995

4,116,759

378,928

447,534

256,322

456,450


133,072,680

521,774

430,948

1,625,833

751,429

399,425

8,383,552

549,894

4,308,238

511,276

272,469

762.568

247:510

870,336

388,241

454,344

332,503

332,097

. 488.741
1,128:651
332.821
567.061
467,379
1,610,970
1,155,761
281,963
329,785
1,556,538
324,897
677,659

702.595

646.596

817,687

970.723
2,274,033

285,183

1,638,087

1,362,096

437,268

1,205,714

248,815

452.723
1,414,168

247,233

309,415

238,402

354,973


XT. S.


$ 527,867

1.312.957
751,334

236.928
526.831
561.451
232.764

1,705:426

8,368,500

452.929
14,917,585
12,456,256

1.485.958
393,158
331,281

1,331,570
234,945
314,936
1,922,734
1,172,950
303,579
1,113,428
473,838
1,358,779
413.806
1,046,453
412,999
* 1,105,223
1,169,707
664,969
1,219,553
822,986
243,118
387,084
904,242
960,390
231,879
258,226
1,482,970
5,451,491
7,017,790


$ 554,744
2,081,856
3,428,530
541,863
777,921
731,910
332,250

1.985.223
131.386,661

681,278

19,474,040

22,933,206

1,957,423

875,753

932,499

3.259,039

'877,692

464,415

4,059,528

3,809,501

605.589

2,400:il5

1,598,136

1,800,285

2,234.678

1,097:503

597,107

1.105.223
2,852,942
1,870,578
1,464,210
1,002,378

476,722

1,267,691

1,089,282

1,975,852

375.062

824,9%0

17,009,767

9,061,504

19,328,884


3,758,279


3,403,564


Statistics of American and Foreign Trade.

1 0

Exports.

Tonnage

Cleared.

“ §<

American

Foreign

American

Foreign

8 Is

Produce.

Produce.

Vessels.

Vessels.

1821

$ 7,896,605

$ 5.264.313

$ 158,174

$ 10.720

1825

20.651.558

14,607.703

255,878

19,851

1830

13,618,278

6,079,705

229,341

36.574

1835

21.707,867

8.637.397

589,855

343.078

1840

22.676.609

11.587.471

518,202

343,114

1845

25.929,904

10.245,394

926,280

414.688

1850 •

41,502.800

11,209,989

1,411.557

737.539

1855

96,414,808

17.316,430

1.861,682

1,140,197

1858

89.039,790

19,301,134

2,152.835

1,132.568

Value of Articles Imported for the year ending June 30,1858.

Values.


Total duty free......................

Paying duty ad valorem.

Coal.........................................

Cotton, piece goods, plain...........

“ hosiery........................

“    thread, twist, and yarn...

“    manufactured, not speci¬
fied ...........................

“ bleached or dyed............

Feathers and flowers..................

Linens, bleached or unbleached...
“ manufactured, not speci¬
fied..........................

Currants................................

Raisins  ..........................

Furs, undressed.........................

“ hatters’...........................

Glass, plate  .................

“ window...........................

Gems, not set...........................

Jewelry, real or imitation...........-

Goat’s hair, Angora, and oilier

piece goods...........................

Hats and bonnets, straw............

Hemp, manufact’d, not specified..
India rubber, not manufactured

Indigo......................................

Iron, bar.................................

Cutlery...............................,....

Fire arms.................................

Iron, pig................... ,.............

“ rail road...........,...............

“ rod..................................

“ sheet  ........................

Steel, shear, cast, and German....

“ other  .........................

Iron and steel, other manufac¬
tures  ...............................

Jute and sisal grass....................

Laces, embroidery.....................

“ cotton...........................

Lead.......................  .....


Skins, i

Leather, sole and upper..........

“ other manufactured.,

Liquorice paste....................

Molasses..............................

Musical instruments.............

Opium.................................

Paper, writing.......................

j Printed books, English .


Tea............................

Coin, gold....................

“ silver................,.,

Dye stuffs.....................

Linseed...;....................

Ground madder............

Guano........................

Painting and statuary...
Bags, cotton and linen...
Seeds, trees, and plants..

Silks, raw or reeled .

Tin; blocks....................

“ Pigs......................

Wool..........................


Dutyfree.

Articles from B. A., duty free.,
Produce U. S. brought back....

Bullion, gold.........................

“ silver......................


V. States.


Baw hides and skins  ..........'

gait..........................................

Silk, hosiery.......................  ...

“ piece goods.......................

and worsted piece goods......

“ raw..................................

manufactured, not specified.

Soda, ash.................................

“ carb.................................

cassia.............................

nutmegs........................

“ black pepper..................

Spirits, brandy..........................

from grain.....................

Sugars, brown...........................

Tea- and coffee from places not

free by treaty........................

Tin plates.................................

Tobacco, cigars..........................

“ unmanufactured..........

Porcelain, earthen, and stone

ware.....................................

Wine, sherry and St. Lucien.......

“ white, not enumerated......

* champagne......................

Wool, blankets........................

“ carpeting.......................

hosiery...........................

piece goods.....................

“ worsted...........................

“ shawls...........................

“ manufact’d, not specified..

Vnejnumerated articles.

At 4 per cent.............................

At 15 per cent........................:..

At 24 per cent...........................

Total ad valorem.....................

Total imports.............i...........


Ashes, pot and pearl................

Beef.......................................

Boards, planks, and scantling....

Butter...................................

Carriages and rail road cars, &c

Cheese ..........................

Cloverseed ..............................

Copper and brass manufactures.

Cotton...................................

Drugs and medicines................

Gold and silver coin  ........

“    “    “    bullion.............

Hams.and bacon......................

Hides.....................................

Household furniture.................

Indian corn............................

Indian meal—.......................

Iron castings..........................

manufactures..................

Lard......................................

Leather .................................

Manufactured tobacco..............

“    cotton    (white)......

“    ■ “    other .....

“    wood................

Oil, spermaceti.......................

“ whale...............................

Whalebone.............................

Pork  ...............................

Bice......................................

Rosin and turpentine..............

Skins and furs  .................

Spirits from grain
“    “    molas

   of turpentine

Staves and heading ..

Sugars (brown)........

Tallow....................

Tobacco (leaf).........

Wheat.....................

“ flour ............

Total of exports.


Value of U. S. products exported during the year ending June
30,1858.


Value of Articles Imported, continued.


$170,280,887 $282,613,150


Neif York.


Articles.


jv. r.



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