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Duties on wool and manufactures of wool.

United States. Congress. House

Duties on wool and manufactures of wool.

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Manufactures,
  • Tariff,
  • Wool

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDuties on wool and manufactures of wool
    SeriesH.rp.1092
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination1 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16113518M

    The difficulties were ascribed to the depravity of foreign exporting houses and to the laxity of the revenue laws, and in a special act in regard to goods made of cotton or wool was passed, making more stringent the provisions for collecting duties. The manufacturers said it had been positively injurious to them. Other offers may also be available. The early protective movement, which began inand was the cause of the legislation of the following decade, lost its vigor after History of Nevada, Colorado, and Wyoming. Approved, May 19,

    They centered on grazing rights on the public range. But in the particular counties of Kent and Sussex, the restrictions are still more troublesome. Any merchant, or other person convicted of this offence, is disabled from requiring any debt or account belonging to him from any factor or other person. For exports they would be charging above average duties on the same good in order to deter any local competition. Strong popular sentiment in favor of protection wellnigh disappeared, and the revival of protection in was due to causes different from those that brought about the earlier acts. Consequently, Hamilton proposed an increase in the average rate from 5 percent to between 7 and 10 percent, the addition of numerous items to the list, and the passage of an excise tax.

    To prevent the breed of our sheep from being propagated in foreign countries, seems to have been the object of this law. The tariff marked the high point of U. Wool or worsted yarns, value 30 ct to 40 ct. This legislation doubled the amount of land deeded to each homesteader from acres to acres. In order to promote manufacturing in the United StatesHamilton proposed that imported goods be more expensive, which would force Americans to buy more homemade products. Men thought the law rigorous and severe.


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Duties on wool and manufactures of wool. book

Infor example, Thomas Durbin brought Mexican sheep — Churros — into Cheyenne for the purpose of turning them into mutton.

Wool Act 1699

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The difficulties were ascribed to the depravity of foreign exporting houses and to the laxity of the revenue laws, and in a special act in regard to goods made of cotton or wool was passed, making more stringent the provisions for collecting duties.

By the 8th Geo. The importation of sheep's wool from several different countries, of cotton wool from all countries, of undressed flax, of the greater part of dyeing drugs, of the greater part of undressed hides from Ireland, or the British colonies, of seal skins from the British Greenland fishery, of pig and bar iron from the British colonies, as well as of several other materials of manufacture, has been encouraged by an exemption from all duties, if properly entered at the custom-house.

Certain raw materials were at the same time admitted free of duty. They were afraid to reject it, for fear of the effect in the approaching campaign and election. In his Senate speech Webster had said that, even at the 45 percent rate, the duty on woollens was barely sufficient to compensate for the duty on wool.

As the quality depends upon the breed, upon the pasture, and upon the management and cleanliness of the sheep, during the whole progress of the growth of the fleece, the attention to these circumstances, it may naturally enough be imagined, can never be greater than in proportion to the recompence which the price of the fleece is likely to make for the labour and expense which that attention requires.

In the following year,the compromise tariff was passed. As an economic measure, it must be considered, not by itself, but as one of a series of measures, begun tentatively inand carried out more vigorously in, andby which a protective policy was maintained for some twenty years.

On wool unmanufactured, four cents per pound; and also, in addition thereto, forty per cent. This allows historians to challenge many of the received ideas about globalization, for instance, highlighting how global competition for lower production costs is by no means a uniquely modern issue, and has b"Article Els Hiemstra-Kuperus Statement In the mercantile regulations which have been taken notice of in this chapter, the interest of our manufacturers has been most peculiarly attended to; and the interest, not so much of the consumers, as that of some other sets of producers, has been sacrificed to it.

Tariff on wool

The duty on molasses was reduced from ten cents a gallon to five cents, the rate imposed beforeand the drawback on exportation of rum was restored. The duty on the important protective articles, in schedule C, was lowered to 24 percent. The result seems to have depended largely on Webster.

The findings show that the cost of turning wool into yard in this country is about double that in the leading competing country and that the cost of turning yarn into cloth is somewhat more than double. These ports may be located along coastlines or major rivers. It was fastened on the country in the scuffle to continue the then incumbent in office, on one side, and on the other to oust him and put another in his stead.

But the Secretary of the Treasury, Rush, finally decided, very properly, that the provision did not apply to duties assessed on minimum valuations, thereby causing much dissatisfaction among the protectionists. On bar and bolt iron, made wholly, or in part, by rolling.

Henry C. By encouraging the importation of foreign linen yarn, and thereby bringing it into competition with that which is made by our own people, they endeavour to buy the work of the poor spinners as cheap as possible. Additionally, the North's agrarian industry could not compete against the South's, a fact that encouraged Northern leaders to seek more aggressive protectionist measures despite the harm it may cause the South.

Washington, D. The duties on pig-and bar-iron were put back to the rates of In the molasses abomination was got rid of.

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An act to modify the act of the fourteenth of July,and other acts imposing duties on imports, March 2,ch. Resources Primary Sources Andrews. The master and mariners, knowing this offence, forfeit all their goods and chattels, and suffer three months imprisonment.

Such a bounty upon the importation of Scotch flax in England would have been too great a discouragement to the native produce of the southern part of the united kingdom.

Tobacco, cigar wrappers, not stemmed His colleague Silsbee voted nay, and Webster himself had been in doubt a week before the final vote.

It was not extended to Scotland, of which the climate although hemp is sometimes raised there in small quantities, and of an inferior quality is not very fit for that produce.John C.

Calhoun's South Carolina Protest (December 19, ) some protection to domestic manufacturers and raised the price of wool and iron in the South. In Because even admitting Congress to have a constitutional right to protect manufactures by the imposition of the duties or by regulations of commerce, designed principally for that.

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Wool and manufactures of wool. Special report relating to the imports and exports of wool and its manufactures in the United States and the principal foreign countries; also its production, consumption, and manufacture; also the tariff duties imposed on the imports of wool and the manufactures of wool, from to the present time.

2. a. The overall profit of the company if all the intermediate products are processed into final products is calculated as under: • The combined final sales value has been calculated by adding the sale value of the end products dyed coarse wool, dyed fine wool and dyed superfine wool.

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