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INDIA. AND CHINA TRADE. rrom (he various documents, recently laid before the ton"'6 °■ Commons, we observe that the registered linage, employed by the East India Company in their g/oc/e with China, was for vessels which returned to '•gland with cargoes, during three seasons, as under:— Season 1828-1829 27,399 1829—1830 27,395 1830-1831 0 25,392 80,186 Average 26,7281 tons th 'rhe registered tonnage employed by the Company in t fteir trade to our Indian possessions, exclusive of ships Aching at ports of continental India on their voyage to lna, was, for the same seasons, as follows :— 1828-1829 6,883 1829—1830 6,536 1830—1831 5,486 18,905 Average 6,301 i Tons ''Hie average tonnage employed by the Company on 32tl) of these branches of their trade was, therefore, I~'030 1.3 tons a year equivalent to the annual eraploy- er,t of sixty-four vessels of 500 tons each. tb The details given of the TRADE WITH CHINA afford subsequent results Imports into China, 1830—31 b Dollars. Jf th» East India Company 4,502,888 ^eir Commanders and Officers 1,570,073 6,072,901 or £ l,214,592 1831—3? 'he East India Company 3,691,688 e'r Commanders and 0/Ticers 2,440,328 6,132,016 1,226,403 X2,440,995 b Exports from China 1830—31. |he East India Company 9,928,882 e" Commanders and Officers 1,327,555 11,256,437 2,251,287 1831 3?, rJ 'he East India Company 9,179,170 Commanders and Officers 1,902,082 1 i,081,252 2,216,2.50 n £ 4,467,537 p *he other hand, the trade carried on with China by lt'ate individuals under the British flag, was as under j. 1830—31. t^Ports into China 15,877,569 or £ 3,175,513 ^Ports from ditto 8,649,286 1,729,857 X4,905,370 1 1831—32. 15,408.225 or £ 3,081,645 *P°ru 6,223,266 1,244,653 X4,333,298 j, annual average value of the trade carried on 3 Company and their officers was, therefore, x\fi *>2661. whil>t that of the trade carried on by indi- was 4,619,3'j; so vYiat the extent of the latter *.165,0681. per annum greater than the former, or: ijf^hat beyond one-third more. Chi average annual value of the TEA exported from oft¡ lIa by Ihe Company was 1,506,2001., and by their >^ers 156,3001., forming a total of 1,752, £ 001. a year ,'le va,ue exported by individuals did not ex- td 30,1501. in 1830 I, and 42,5501. in 1831-2; which Yield an average of 36,3501. a year. cUlt^ e shall resume our extracts from the important do- fc e«Ww lying before us, and continue to accom- 5^ them with our notes of the general results which we Ve from them.

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