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1. The exportation of English wool has been prohibited.
2. It is otherwise with the exportation of manufactures.
3. The exportation of foreign coin and of bullion was made free.
4. It seems to have been chiefly or altogether an exportation duty.
5. But upon such exportation no part of these duties is drawn back.
6. This illegal exportation is advantageous to nobody but the smuggler.
7. Specie is, I believe, protected from exportation there, except to Spain.

8. In 1688 was granted the parliamentary bounty upon the exportation of corn.
9. The second event was the bounty upon the exportation of corn, granted in 1688.
10. No bounty upon exportation, no monopoly of the home market, can raise that value.
11. In 1699, accordingly, the further exportation of corn was prohibited for nine months.
12. They may, however, upon paying certain duties,be imported and warehoused for exportation.
13. Guangzhou is a trading port geared towards the exportation of goods towards foreign lands.
14. That which is employed in the trade of exportation has the least effect of any of the three.
15. The freedom of exportation enables it to extend cultivation for the supply of foreign nations.
16. That bounties upon exportation have been abused, to many fraudulent purposes, is very well known.
17. Except in times of scarcity, the exportation of corn is not only free, but encouraged by a bounty.
18. In the worst seasons they have always had a sufficiency for themselves, though less for exportation.
19. The prohibition, notwithstanding all the penalties which guard it, does not prevent the exportation of wool.
20. Take flour, for instance, the principal article raised for exportation in the gentleman's district and mine.
21. That this exportation could only be prevented by a proper attention to what they called the balance of trade.
22. In other respects, their effects, it must be acknowledged, are the same as those of bounties upon exportation.
23. These rules took place with regard to all places of lawful exportation, except the British colonies in America.
24. Upon the exportation of the greater part of commodities to other countries, half the old subsidy was drawn back.
25. Each of them, however, is afterwards subjected to a certain duty, not indeed a very heavy one, upon exportation.
26. Now, sir, although exportation is not interdicted by this bill, yet I apprehend the result will be much the same.
27. The perpetual prohibition of the exportation of wool, which is commonly, but very falsely, ascribed to Edward III.
28. If taken out for exportation, to be duty-free; proper security being always given that they should be so exported.
29. It is altogether for the benefit of the producer, that bounties are granted upon the exportation of some of his productions.
30. The price at which exportation of corn is prohibited, if it is ever to be prohibited, ought always to be a very high price.
31. The duties which have been imposed since the old subsidy, are, the greater part of them, wholly drawn back upon exportation.
32. In order to prevent exportation, the whole inland commerce of wool is laid under very burdensome and oppressive restrictions.
33. All of a sudden the gas import terminals that were meant for gas importation for the Middle East are now used for exportation.
34. The exportation of the materials of manufacture is sometimes discouraged by absolute prohibitions, and sometimes by high duties.
35. Its two great engines for enriching the country, therefore, were restraints upon importation, and encouragement to exportation.
36. Bounties upon production, it has been said too, have been found by experience more liable to frauds than those upon exportation.
37. The bounty upon the exportation of corn necessarily operates exactly in the same way as this absurd policy of Spain and Portugal.
38. No foreign war, of great expense or duration, could conveniently be carried on by the exportation of the rude produce of the soil.
39. You may be interested as well to know that what is stored in the warehouses of this port is exclusively destined for exportation.
40. Without such exportation, a part of the productive labour of the country must cease, and the value of its annual produce diminish.
41. The prohibition of exportation limits the improvement and cultivation of the country to what the supply of its own inhabitants require.
42. This would be still more the case, were they to attempt, in the same manner, to monopolize to themselves their whole exportation trade.
43. The loss which Spain and Portugal could sustain by this exportation of their gold and silver, would be altogether nominal and imaginary.
44. In a Swiss canton, or in some of the little states in Italy, it may, perhaps, sometimes be necessary to restrain the exportation of corn.
45. So far from any disposition to bring them back, I would allow a drawback or bounty on the exportation of every man of similar principles.
46. They were solid, so far as they asserted that the exportation of gold and silver in trade might frequently be advantageous to the country.
47. The bounty ought certainly either to have been withdrawn at a much lower price, or exportation ought to have been allowed at a much higher.
48. The exportation of the materials of manufacture, where it is not altogether prohibited, is, in many cases, subjected to considerable duties.
49. When delivered out for exportation, to go duty-free, upon proper security being given, that they should really be exported out of the empire.
50. It is only by means of such exportation, that this surplus can acquired value sufficient to compensate the labour and expense of producing it.
51. A tax of five, or even of ten shillings, upon the exportation of every tod of wool, would produce a very considerable revenue to the sovereign.
52. The greater part, both of the exportation and coasting trade of America, is carried on by the capitals of merchants who reside in Great Britain.
53. But it had soon been found, that to restrain the exportation of wheat till the price was so very low, was, in reality, to prohibit it altogether.
54. He saves himself the risk and trouble of exportation, when, so far as he can, he thus converts his foreign trade of consumption into a home trade.
55. They were solid, too, in asserting that no prohibition could prevent their exportation, when private people found any advantage in exporting them.
56. When the quantity of gold and silver imported into any country exceeds the effectual demand, no vigilance of government can prevent their exportation.
57. Also, it terminates the bureaucracy in the economic relations among countries with tributary inspection that regulates the exportation and importation.
58. To encourage the production of any commodity, a bounty upon production, one should imagine, would have a more direct operation than one upon exportation.
59. The consumer, too, is obliged to pay whatever enhancement in the price of those very productions this forced exportation may occasion in the home market.
60. He has assured us, that it is not at all intended as a part of any new system; that its object is in no respect a prohibition of free and fair exportation.
61. Bounties upon exportation are, in Great Britain, frequently petitioned for, and sometimes granted, to the produce of particular branches of domestic industry.
62. No doubt, sir, when the embargo is taken off, a momentary spur will be given to exportation; but how long will it continue? It will last but a very few weeks.
63. The whole capital of England would no more be diminished by this exportation of gold and silver, than by the exportation of an equal value of any other goods.
64. He does not consider that this extraordinary expense, or the bounty, is the smallest part of the expense which the exportation of corn really costs the society.
65. The House again resolved itself into a Committee of the Whole, on the bill prohibiting the exportation of certain articles therein specified, in foreign vessels.
66. In plentiful years, the bounty, by occasioning an extraordinary exportation, necessarily raises the price of corn above what it otherwise would be in those years.
67. The prejudices established by the commercial system have taught us to believe, that national wealth arises more immediately from exportation than from production.
68. By the extraordinary exportation which it occasions in years of plenty, it must frequently hinder the plenty of one year from compensating the scarcity of another.
69. It would tend, therefore, not to increase, but to diminish, what they called the unfavourable balance of trade, and consequently the exportation of gold and silver.
70. This growing favour of exportation, and discouragmnent of importation, have suffered only a few exceptions, which chiefly concern the materials of some manufactures.
71. A bounty upon exportation, by enabling them to send abroad their surplus part, and to keep up the price of what remains in the home market, effectually prevents this.
72. He naturally, therefore, exerts his invention to find out a way of paying his foreign debts, rather by the exportation of commodities, than by that of gold and silver.
73. Its annual exportation will, in this manner, continue for some time to add something to the annual consumption of the country beyond the value of its own annual produce.
74. Dana, the injunction of secrecy was removed respecting the proceedings on the Act to prohibit the exportation of specie, goods, wares, and merchandise, for a limited time.
75. Sir, by that order, certain West India ports are opened to the importation of articles which they wish to purchase, and to the exportation of produce which they wish to sell.
76. A poundage, indeed, was to be paid to the king upon such exportation; but all grain was rated so low in the book of rates, that this poundage amounted only, upon wheat to 1s.
77. By the last of these statutes, corn could be engrossed at any price for exportation ; but it could not be engrossed for inland sale, except when the price did not exceed 48s.
78. If those commodities were delivered out of the public warehouse for foreign exportation, being in this case exempted from all taxes, the trade in them would be perfectly free.
79. But, on the contrary, till 1763, the same drawbacks were paid upon the exportation of the greater part of foreign goods to our colonies, as to any independent foreign country.
80. It has happened in France, as well as in England, though in France there was not only no bounty, but, till 1764, the exportation of corn was subjected to a general prohibition.
81. To facilitate the great exportation which was necessary, in order to rid us of the rest, the whole duties were drawn back, provided the exportation took place within three years.
82. The exportation of gold and silver is, in this case, not the cause, but the effect of its declension, and may even, for some little time, alleviate the misery of that declension.
83. Restraints, either by prohibitions, or by taxes, upon the exportation of goods which are partially, but not completely manufactured, are not peculiar to the manufacture of leather.
84. A drawback, for example, upon the exportation of European goods to our American colonies, will not always occasion a greater exportation than what would have taken place without it.
85. The enormous expense of the late war, therefore, must have been chiefly defrayed, not by the exportation of gold and silver, but by that of British commodities of some kind or other.
86. The annual exportation of gold and silver from Spain and Portugal, accordingly, is, by all accounts, notwithstanding these restraints, very near equal to the whole annual importation.
87. In the exportation of their own surplus produce, too, it is only with regard to certain commodities that the colonies of Great Britain are confined to the market of the mother country.
88. Their regulations, as relate to lumber and the heavy materials of our growth, as well as to the exportation of their own manufactures, have been materially tightened and straightened.
89. The exportation of the materials of home produce, and of those which are the particular produce of our colonies, has sometimes been prohibited, and sometimes subjected to higher duties.
90. This expense, it may be said, indeed, not being in foreign goods, and not occasioning any exportation of gold and silver, the same quantity of money would remain in the country as before.
91. I would recommend the adoption of the type of changes I cover herein for all nations of the world, and I would endorse the US exportation of help when we have first taken care of our own.
92. Let the difficulty of paying be increased, and the price of produce immediately falls; for the demand for exportation becomes very limited, the markets are overstocked, and prices reduced.
93. These considerations, however, will not justify the absolute prohibition of the exportation of wool ; but they will fully justify the imposition of a considerable tax upon that exportation.
94. Ancient Egypt, on the contrary, though it exported some manufactures, fine linen in particular, as well as some other goods, was always most distinguished for its great exportation of grain.
95. This expense would generally be all laid out in the country, in smuggling the money out of it, and could seldom occasion the exportation of a single sixpence beyond the precise sum drawn for.
96. When the woollen manufacture came to be established in England, lest the king should lose any part of his customs upon wool by the exportation of woollen cloths, a like duty was imposed upon them.
97. Even the ancient aliens duty, which used to be paid upon all goods, exported as well as imported, has, by several subsequent acts, been taken off from the greater part of the articles of exportation.
98. From this gross produce, however, there must be deducted what was paid away in bounties and drawbacks upon the exportation of exciseable goods, which will reduce the neat produce below five millions.
99. The bounty upon the exportation of corn is liable to this further objection, that it can in no respect promote the raising of that particular commodity of which it was meant to encourage the production.
100. In years of plenty, it has already been observed, the bounty, by occasioning an extraordinary exportation, necessarily keeps up the price of corn in the home market above what it would naturally fall to.

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