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1. Because of that, the importation to the.
2. Marian herself; and she was an importation.
3. I never regarded it as the latest importation.
4. The restraints upon importation were of two kinds.
5. At the turn of the 20th century the importation of.
6. Saskatchewan for the importation of heroin and cocaine.
7. It is not by the importation of gold and silver that the.

8. OF THE EXTRAORDINARY RESTRAINTS UPON THE IMPORTATION OF GOODS OF.
9. As importation of American programs in Europe and other places in the.
10. In addition, the Arabic numerals and the importation of algebra were yet to come.
11. There would be no occasion to prohibit the importation of foreign silks and velvets.
12. Because of that, the importation to the United States has not been aggressively pursued.
13. Such importation, therefore, instead of being encouraged, has frequently been prohibited.
14. In 1697, the Ehglish prohibited the importation of bone lace, the manufacture of Flanders.
15. It does not, however, like the American bounty, extend to the importation of undressed flax.
16. OF RESTRAINTS UPON IMPORTATION FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES OF SUCH GOODS AS CAN BE PRODUCED AT HOME.
17. Doubtless there was then an importation of some philosophical notions from the Oriental world.
18. We destroy our manufactories of cotton by the strange selection, in our partial importation act.
19. There can be no importation of American productions into France but on terms utterly inadmissible.
20. If it were even to take pains to prevent their importation, it would not be able to effectuate it.
21. While, for example, Muscovado sugars from the British plantations pay, upon importation, only 6s:4d.
22. In consequence of that system, the importation of several sorts of goods has been prohibited altogether.
23. The prohibition of the importation of foreign woollen is equally favourable to the woollen manufacturers.
24. The short sea between Ireland and Great Britain, indeed, renders the importation of Irish cattle more easy.
25. Even the free importation of foreign corn could very little affect the interest of the farmers of Great Britain.
26. What: The passage of the Act Prohibiting the Importation of Slaves in 1807, proposed and championed by Jefferson.
27. By the same statute, a great number of foreign drugs for dyers use are exempted from all duties upon importation.
28. In times of moderate plenty, the importation of foreign corn is loaded with duties that amount to a prohibition.
29. The great annual importation of gold and silver is neither for the purpose of plate nor of coin, but of foreign trade.
30. I do not observe, at least in our statute book, any encouragement given to the importation of the instruments of trade.
31. The duties imposed by this act of parliament were, at that time, the only duties upon the importation of foreign goods.
32. And also into the expediency of laying a duty on the importation of salt, with authority to report by bill or otherwise.
33. The bounties upon the importation of tar, pitch, and turpentine, underwent, during their continuance, several alterations.
34. The price of some manufactures would be reduced, in a still greater proportion, by the free importation of the raw materials.
35. All of a sudden the gas import terminals that were meant for gas importation for the Middle East are now used for exportation.
36. Its two great engines for enriching the country, therefore, were restraints upon importation, and encouragement to exportation.
37. The importation of gold and silver is not the principal, much less the sole benefit, which a nation derives from its foreign trade.
38. Before the 13th of the present king, the following were the duties payable upon the importation of the different sorts of grain :.
39. The government of that country, at that time under the dominion of Spain, prohibited, in return, the importation of English woollens.
40. How hurtful soever in themselves, these, or some other restraints upon importation, became necessary in consequence of that regulation.
41. By this statute, the high duties upon importation for home consumption are taken off, so soon as the price of middling wheat rises to 48s.
42. The importation of live cattle, except from Ireland, is prohibited at all times ; and it is but of late that it was permitted from thence.
43. The importation of other sorts of grain was restrained at rates and by duties, in proportion to the value of the grain, almost equally high.
44. Thus the importation of wool cards, except from Ireland, or when brought in as wreck or prize goods, was prohibited by the 3rd of Edward IV.
45. The annual importation of the precious metals into Cadiz and Lisbon, indeed, is not equal to the whole annual produce of the mines of America.
46. To give any particular encouragement to the importation of such instruments, would interfere too much with the interest of those manufactures.
47. The second bounty upon the importation of any of the materials of manufacture, according to the order of time, was that granted by the 21st Geo.
48. The British taxes which bear hardest on manufactures, are some duties upon the importation of raw materials, particularly upon that of raw silk.
49. The first bounties of this kind were those granted about the beginning of the present century, upon the importation of naval stores from America.
50. At that point I I was still unaware that my trip was in any danger or that I was coming close to violating US laws on the importation of firearms.
51. Those who imported that metal into Europe, however, would soon find that the whole annual importation could not be disposed of at this high price.
52. Also, it terminates the bureaucracy in the economic relations among countries with tributary inspection that regulates the exportation and importation.
53. Upon his refusing to moderate them in favour of the Dutch, they, in 1671, prohibited the importation of the wines, brandies, and manufactures of France.
54. For supplying the home market, therefore, the importance of the inland trade must be to that of the importation trade as five hundred and seventy to one.
55. First, restraints upon the importation of such foreign goods for home consumption as could be produced at home, from whatever country they were imported.
56. Nor in the present times is this increase principally owing to the continual importation of new inhabitants, but to the great multiplication of the species.
57. Taxes imposed with a view to prevent, or even to diminish importation, are evidently as destructive of the revenue of the customs as of the freedom of trade.
58. According to this account, therefore, the whole annual importation of the precious metals into both Spain and Portugal, mounts to about £ 6,075,000 sterling.
59. It is but a very small part of this importation which, it can be supposed, is employed as an annual addition, either to the plate or to the coin of the kingdom.
60. Newton moved a new section for the relief of Foster and Girard, of New York, whose ship had been forfeited under the law prohibiting the importation of slaves.
61. On account of what may have been smuggled, however, the whole annual importation, he supposes, may have amounted to seventeen millions of piastres, which, at 4s.
62. The high duties upon the importation of corn, which, in times of moderate plenty, amount to a prohibition, give a like advantage to the growers of that commodity.
63. Hence, too, the extraordinary restraints upon the importation of almost all sorts of goods from those countries with which the balance of trade is supposed to be.
64. The freest importation of salt provisions, in the same manner, could have as little effect upon the interest of the graziers of Great Britain as that of live cattle.
65. Portugal does not content herself with imposing higher duties upon the importation of tobacco from any other country, but prohibits it under the severest penalties.
66. This growing favour of exportation, and discouragmnent of importation, have suffered only a few exceptions, which chiefly concern the materials of some manufactures.
67. This second way of encouraging the colony produce, by bounties upon importation, is, so far as I have been able to learn, peculiar to Great Britain: the first is not.
68. The largest importation of commodities of the first kind could not discourage the growth, or interfere with the sale, of any part of the produce of the mother country.
69. 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.
70. The importation of the materials of manufacture has sometimes been encouraged by an exemption from the duties to which other goods are subject, and sometimes by bounties.
71. They accordingly seem to have been the original inventors of those restraints upon the importation of foreign goods, which secure to them the monopoly of the home market.
72. Secondly, restraints upon the importation of goods of almost all kinds, from those particular countries with which the balance of trade was supposed to be disadvantageous.
73. The French have been particularly forward to favour their own manufactures, by restraining the importation of such foreign goods as could come into competition with them.
74. It was granted in the same manner as that for the importation of hemp and undressed flax from America, for twenty-one years, from the 24th June 1779 to the 24th June 1800.
75. The small quantity of foreign corn imported even in times of the greatest scarcity, may satisfy our farmers that they can have nothing to fear from the freest importation.
76. If the importation of foreign cattle, for example, were made ever so free, so few could be imported, that the grazing trade of Great Britain could be little affected by it.
77. The encouragement given to the importation of the materials of manufacture by bounties, has been principally confined to such as were imported from our American plantations.
78. Though the importation of sugar exceeds a good deal what is necessary for the home consumption, the excess is inconsiderable, in comparison of what it used to be in tobacco.
79. 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.
80. That much? Then I shall try to encourage the importation of such iron stoves, as collecting wood in the past often provided the Iroquois opportunities to attack our people.
81. The small quantity of salt provisions imported from Ireland since their importation was rendered free, is an experimental proof that our graziers have nothing to apprehend from it.
82. These restraints upon importation, though prior to the establishment of the bounty, were dictated by the same spirit, by the same principles, which afterwards enacted that regulation.
83. Revenge, in this case, naturally dictates retaliation, and that we should impose the like duties and prohibitions upon the importation of some or all of their manufactures into ours.
84. 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.
85. Historical records reveal that officers used slaves on board Revenue cutters as cooks, stewards and seamen while, ironically, being ordered to prevent the importation of slaves into U.
86. It necessarily taught the importers to be more careful than they might otherwise have been, that their importation should not exceed what was necessary for the supply of the home market.
87. First, All those manufactures of which any part is commonly exported to other European countries without a bounty, could be very little affected by the freest importation of foreign goods.
88. In 1700, the prohibition of importing bone lace into England was taken oft; upon condition that the importation of English woollens into Flanders should be put on the same footing as before.
89. Its importation, indeed, was subjected to a small duty of sixpence the hundred weight; but its re-exportation was subjected to the enormous duty of one pound ten shillings the hundred weight.
90. This prohibition has, in some cases, entirely prevented, and in others has very much diminished, the importation of those commodities, by reducing the importers to the necessity of smuggling.
91. Doctor Drelan will be your assistant and will directly manage our food acquisition program around the World, with the help of a specialist qualified in food quality inspection and importation.
92. But the consumption of Birmingham alone, at the rate of fifty thousand pounds a-year, is equal to the hundred-and-twentieth part of this annual importation, at the rate of six millions a-year.
93. The same thing may be said of the drawbacks upon the re-exportation of foreign goods imported, which, in Great Britain, generally amount to by much the largest part of the duty upon importation.
94. If, when the annual consumption has become equal to the annual importation, the annual importation should gradually diminish, the annual consumption may, for some time, exceed the annual importation.
95. All the sanguinary laws of the customs are not able to prevent the importation of the teas of the Dutch and Gottenburg East India comnpanies; because somewhat cheaper than those of the British company.
96. The transportation or importation into any State, Territory, or possession of the United States for delivery or use therein of intoxicating liquors, in violation of the laws thereof, is hereby prohibited.
97. But though the free importation of them, which was lately permitted only for a limited time, were rendered perpetual, it could have no considerable effect upon the interest of the graziers of Great Britain.
98. By the discouragement of importation, the supply of that market; even in times of great scarcity, was confined to the home growth ; and by the encouragement of exportation, when the price was so high as 48s.
99. Where will those supplies be drawn from? Does she produce them at home? Certainly not; for it cannot be forgotten that the average importation of flour alone at Liverpool is ninety thousand barrels annually.
100. This alone is an argument for the revision of the tariff and the encouragement of the importation of English cloth, which is stronger and so will withstand Nature longer when one is swallowed by a crocodile.

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