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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
Volume 490, Page 498   View pdf image (33K)
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Hogsheads of Sugar, Tobacco, Molasses, Rum, Oil, and Pipes
of Wine, Brandy and Gin,
25 cts- per month,
Hhds. Coffee, Copperas, Codfish and Tallow, 20 " "
Tierces of Sugar, Rum, Molasses, & h f. Pipes, 16 " "
Tierces of Rice, Coffee, Flaxseed, Alum, &c. 12 1/2 " "
Barrels of Rum, Whiskey, Sugar, Beef, Pork,
Fish, Cheese, Oil, and quar. casks Wine, 6 " "
Bbls. Flour, Coffee, and other dry articles, 3 " "
Boxes of Cuba Sugar, 8 " "
—— of Fish, Wine, Oil, Lemons and Or-
anges, 3 " "
Boxes of Soap, Candles, Cheese, Tin, Rai-
sins, and drums of Figs, 1 " "
Bags of Coffee, Cocoa, Pepper, and Pimento, 2 " "
Bales of Cotton and Hempen Yarn, about
300 lbs. 12 1/2 "
Bales of India Piece, & other similar Goods, 10 "
Indigo in seroons, 4 cents; in cases 10 "
Tea in chests, S cents; half do. 2 cents; boxes 1 "
Kegs of Butter, Lard, Tobacco, Nails, Raisins, 3 "
Hides, Dryed, 1 "
Hemp, per ton, 50 "
Cordage, per ton, 30 "
Iron and Lead, per ton, 20 "
Dye-wood, per ton, 25 "
Hampers of Bottles, &c. 10 "
Crates of Earthenware, 20 "
Salt, per bushel, 2 "
The owner of goods to be at the expense of putting them i
store, and delivering them.
All goods ftored, to be subject to one month's storage, if it
Store 10 days. If less than 10 days, to half a month's storage.
The risque of loss by fire, robbery, theft, and other unavoida
ble occurrences, is in all cases to be borne by the owner of the
goods: provided, usual care be taken for the security of the pro
Cunard's Line from Liverpool to Boston, leaves each port twice every month.
Steam Navigation Company's -Line, from Liverpool, London and Bristol,
New York.
Lack of the above lines carry a Mail, but Canard's is free to Liverpool, except
the inlaid postage from the place of depoaite to Boston must be paid. The rates
postage from New York are as follow—Government postmasters of the place who
letters are deposited, are authorised to receive: for single letters 25 cents; double letter
60 cents; triple letters, 7o cents; quadruple letters, 81; package of letters, per oz.
newspapers, each 2 rents; magazines, pamphlets, &c. per sheet, 2 cents.
For Postage on Letters out of the United Kingdom and France, where a foreign
inland has to be paid by the company, $1 per sheet most be paid; and in proportion
all others as above


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