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(Co THE SUGAIi TRADE- P'led from official Returns for the year ended 5th of January, 1833.) Xh all The eiltir, Importation" of Unrefined, Sugar from was 4,6(i6,(>89 cwts., and c»ts. Th- cwts. making a total of 4,866,748 P'oduce • lS "nPonatlon consisted of the undermentioned froij] .1 YV«. British Plantations in the — IW le* 2,899,436 2 20 BrinTx8 & Berbice — — 874 018 2 18 — SiJ'rttNorlhAmerican Colonies. 12,118 I 7 *-Cam.a7eone 1 0 18 Of ood Hope 8,762 0 7 ritiu. 527,904. 1 10 J„ Possessions ;n tho E. Indies 131,654 1 22 C^K a,"d Ph,1'PPine Wands 43,578 3 1 IT.8''Po"° Rico, and St. Eustatius 214,430 2 3 united States of America 518 3 11 ?,razi1 147,315 0 5 plates of Rio de la Plata 3 119 UroPe 8,005 1 9 Total Importation.Cwts. 4,807,748 2 10 K ■ Qrie f appears that JatXaica supplied more than °f l^e whole quantity imported, viz. 1,431,689 third i^Cn We ^ave Trinidad, 312,265 and in the *her f ce' Barbados, 266,464. The Mauritius, tjj 8tands next in precedence to Jamaica for its the sugar to this country; and this island included, Cwt^0Ul1'r'es eastwards of the Cape furnished 703.137 f»u /A°^ t'1e year s importations; being less than one Ijjj? °f the quantity shipped Irom thu British West «uc'a •'anc*8> and under three-twentieths of all the titv ltT)Ported» It was less than one-fifth of the quan- to the United Kingdom by the whole of the bie Plantations, which include Demerara, Ber ill. ''1e ^or|h American Colonies, and from which talions 3,784,244 cwts. were received. •» e Exportations" consisted boih of Raw Sugar to 780nt and Refined Sugar to that of j "5 Raw Sugar exported was of the undermentioned desert ptions:— Brithh Plantation 5,398 Brit. growth Mauritius 10,146 East Indian 92,050 p 107,594 foreign Plantation 290,501 398,095 Of Refined Sugar the actual weight exported was 455,846c. 2q 71 b. or in cwts, of Raw Sugar 744 939 Total Exportation cwts. 1,143,034 "^he quarters, to which this exportation took place, Gere— Owis. ^ermaay .Raw, 50,835 Refined, 301,087 351,922 pa|y 67,461 ditto 222,530 289,991 Ju»Sla 37,568 ditto 131,614 169,182 jJetherland« 126 440 ditto 6,199 132,639 •j,Uss>a 54,916 ditto 15,708 70,690 fc^ey and Greece 3,310 ditto 26,865 30,175 North I 0A»«ica„Sonta}2-808 83.»3' *«•«» 9,726 ditto 3,702 13.428 wnian Islands 562 ditto 10,431 10.993 515 ditto 8,440 8,955 jj'braltar 55 ditto 8,211 8,266 Qe"mark 7,523 ditto 565 8,088 "er Countries, under 5,400 cwts. each 22,051 n Cwts. 1,143,034 Y"TIES.—The gross produce of the duties wa» as Sder:— £ 8. d. sugar from the British Plantations 4,595,377 7 11 Mauritius 631,600 4 9 East Indies 127,373 13 6 Foreign Plastation ) and Foreign Re- > S9 10 7 fined Sugar ) 4,354,440 16 9 b Deduct for Payments:— °Unties paid on Bri-) £ s. d.~| tiah Refined Sugary 949,172 17 2 Rexported ) 1 960,101 10 0 epaid on over en-I 10 929 10 ) trles, damages, J Net produce of the dutie. X3,39-t,338 17 9

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