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  Tariff of 1842 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Tariff of 1842, or Black Tariff as it became known, was a protectionist tariff schedule adopted in the United States to reverse the effects of the Compromise Tariff of 1833.
The Compromise Tariff contained a provision that successively lowered the tariff rates from their level under the Tariff of 1832 over a period of ten years until the majority of dutiable goods were to be taxed at 20%.
The Black Tariff was signed into law somewhat reluctantly by President John Tyler following a year of disputes with the Whig leaders in Congress over the restoration of national banking and the government's land disbursement policies.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tariff_of_1842   (509 words)

The tariff for peas is phased out in equal increments over 5 years, while the tariff for lentils is immediately eliminated.
The tariffs for fl beans, red beans and other beans are phased out in equal increments over 15 years.
Tariffs remain unchanged during the first 6 years of implementation; face a 40-percent reduction over the next 5 years, and a 60-percent reduction over the final 5 years until complete tariff elimination in year 15.
www.fas.usda.gov /info/factsheets/CAFTA/pulses.html   (781 words)

 1816-1860: The Second American Party System and the Tariff
A House bill to increase the entire tariff schedule by 5 percent — with even higher duties on cotton and wool cloth, finished clothing, iron, and hemp — passed the House but was not enacted.
The marked upward revision of the tariff rates enacted by the Tariff of 1828, dubbed the Tariff of Abominations by its southern opponents, formed the basis for the nullification crisis.
The party platform endorsed revenue tariffs designed to generate significant funds, part of which were to be distributed to the states to pay for internal improvements (roads and canals), another component of the American System.
www.tax.org /Museum/1816-1860.htm   (2719 words)

 Country Tariff Information
TARIFF: The basic ad valorem tariff rate is 35 percent tariff.
TARIFF: There is a 5 percent duty on basic necessities, 10 percent on raw materials and capital goods, 20 percent on intermediate and miscellaneous goods, and 30 percent on consumer goods.
El Salvador's Tariff Schedule Type the first four or six digits of the HS Number in the box labeled "codigo".
www.ita.doc.gov /td/tic/tariff/country_tariff_info.htm   (3553 words)

 Chapter 13
The South was having economic struggles and the tariff was a scapegoat.
It was a pamphlet that denounced the Tariff of 1828 as unjust and unconstitutional.
They favored a renewed national bank, protective tariffs, internal improvements, public schools, and moral reforms, such as the prohibition of liquor and the abolition of slavery.
www.geocities.com /theamericanpageant/ch13.html   (1527 words)

 aphistoryfghs: I couldn't find information on Fiscal Ba
It reversed the effects of the Compromise Tariff of 1833 and raised the tax rates to the moderately protective level of 32 percent, as it was in 1832.
The Tariff of 1832 was repealed in 1846 and was replaced by the Walker Tariff.
It was passed along with a series of financial reforms proposed by Walker including the Warehousing Act of 1846.The Walker Tariff remained in effect until the Tariff of 1857, which reduced rates further.
community.livejournal.com /aphistoryfghs/26237.html   (1929 words)

 Tariff lent   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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lent.cellularbag.net /tariff-lent.html   (775 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The tariff proposed to eliminate the 50ÀÀ pasªsenger charge for scheduled transportation between Central City and Black Hawk and to reduce the fare for scheduled transportation between Central City and Idaho Springs to $1.50 one way and $3 for a roundtrip.
It is found and concluded that the proposed revised tariff is just and reasonable and in the public interest.
The Commission on prior occasions has allowed tariffs providing for either free or reduced cost transportation which is not compensatory to the carªrier provided that a tariff is filed and approved by the CommisªÔ ‰?  Ôsion.
www.dora.state.co.us /PUC./decisions/1995/R95-0803_95S-052CP.doc   (1570 words)

 1828 Tariff of Abominations
The tariff was opposed, however, by supporters of Jackson.
The Tariff of 1828, which included very high duties on raw materials, raised the average tariff to 45 percent.
They named the tariff "The Black Tariff" or "Tariff of Abominations." They blamed this tariff for their worsening economic conditions.
www.multied.com /Ant/Abominations2.html   (134 words)

 17A Lecture 5   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Congress had increased the general tariff in 1824, from about 23 percent on dutiable goods to about 37 percent.
Daniel Webster, who had earlier fought the mild Tariff of 1816, and John C. Calhoun, who had sponsored it, had by this time completely reversed their positions.
If so, now was the time, and the tariff was the issue, for taking a strong stand on principle against all federal encroachments on states' rights.
www.emayzine.com /lectures/17alecture55.htm   (5609 words)

 Buying and Selling [ White Babies $35,000...Black Babies Only $4,000 ]
A fl baby must go to a fl parent; an American Indian child is considered the property of the tribe and will not be placed with a non-Indian family.
Biggest hinderance to adoption of fl children by white couples is not generally the fact the child is fl, but the fact the fear of a mother changing her mind, or racial groups targeting them for harrassment.
A severe cultural lapse in fl culture, with the end result of thousands of unwanted, throwaway children that are prone to become violent and/or produce more of the same.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/fr/645181/posts   (2737 words)

 rodcorp: Drawing, descending, snowing, clouding
The cables stretch up into the sky, down into the valley, a perspective drawing in fl and blue.
The band itself is flecked with a billion dots of white, as if it were a picture that had been pin-pricked and held over a light.
Black tarmac tracks indicate the modal route that other tyres have swept clear, and the taxi follows these, and takes the corners on tiptoes.
rodcorp.typepad.com /rodcorp/2006/01/drawing_descend.html   (666 words)

 Black Friday, 1929 -- October 28, 1999
But it was one thing to impose tariffs when the U.S. was a small debtor nation (and much of the tariff revenue was used to pay off the public debt, which in turn meant a decrease in future domestic tax liabilities).
There was plenty of opposition to higher tariffs, though, and the market soon continued its upward climb, reaching 300 by year’s end and continuing to climb until March 23, 1929, when real trouble began.
The tariff hearings were under way, Hoover had been inaugurated March 4 and on March 24, a Sunday, the world got bad news on page 2 of The New York Times: Senator Jack Watson, the Republican Senate leader, predicted in an interview that it would be difficult to limit tariff increases to agricultural products.
www.polyconomics.com /searchbase/10-28-99.html   (2746 words)

 California ISO: California ISO Conformed Tariff as of 12-Jan-2001 through Amendment 36
The Tariff is current through January 12, 2001; however, it does include tariff sheets that the Commission has not yet acted upon.
In addition, this Tariff also includes revisions to Section 28 of the Tariff proposed in Amendment No. 31 to the California ISO Tariff and subsequently rejected by the Commission San Diego Gas & Electric Company (Complainant) v.
For any subsequent tariff amendments, fl-line tariff changes will be found on the California ISO web site at http://www.caiso.com/pubinfo/FERC/filings.
www.caiso.com /docs/2001/01/22/2001012212462510124.html   (512 words)

 ISO New England - ISO & RTO Tariff
The ISO New England and Regional Transmission Organization Tariff describes the operating terms and conditions and rate schedules under which power is generated and transmitted through, out or within New England.
OATT Schedule 16 Black Start original settlement and resettlement details available to support the verification process.
Zip files that contain Tariff Reports in support of ISO New England's multi-settlement process.
www.iso-ne.com /stlmnts/iso_rto_tariff   (157 words)

 Politics of Developing Nations Winter 2006: Outsourcing American Jobs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
And that is why tariffs and subsidies are needed which was my point to Fritz when he first bashed the limits saying it hurts the economy.
Even if they are unliked (such as the hated fl tariff of 1818) they are there for a positive purpose for the economy.
To broadly agree that tariffs and subsidies are generally something that is always needed brings to the forefront a very serious issue concerning the “third world”.
www.ijtihad.org /2006/01/outsourcing-american-jobs.html   (3823 words)

 Black Hills Power - Transmission Services
The Common Use System Tariff also provides for the transmission service associated with the 200 MW AC/DC/AC converter tie facility located at Rapid City, South Dakota.
Black Hills Power is the Tariff Administrator for the CUS Tariff and handles all requests for long term Network and Point-to-Point transmission service and WACM handles all requests for non-firm and short-term Point-to-Point transmission service under the CUS Tariff.
Black Hills Power Company is ready to make firm and non-firm sales of its low cost resources.
www.blackhillspower.com /transindex.htm   (210 words)

 India halves FTA exclusion list with Asean
India’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry special secretary Gopal K. Pillai said besides, India was ready to offer tariff concessions for 94 per cent of Asean exports — slicing off refined palm oil tariff from 90 per cent to 60 per cent and crude palm oil from 80 per cent to 50 per cent.
Tariff on fl tea is reduced from 100 per cent to 50 per cent and pepper from 70 per cent to 50 per cent.
He said Asean had yet to counter propose and urged the grouping to submit its list so that the FTA could be finalised quickly.
www.bilaterals.org /article.php3?id_article=5575   (467 words)

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Hated the fls b/c they had to compete with them.
356-362\par \pard\sb100\sa100\f4\fs24 Free Blacks: Slaves Without Masters\par \tab -numbered about 250,000 in 1860 in the north and 250,000 in South\par \tab -free fls in S treated as third race\par \tab -prohibited from certain occupations and testifying against whites in court\par \tab -were ex.
www.angelfire.com /film/ink/US_explosions.doc   (1446 words)

 Black Forest Bed and Breakfast, Colorado Springs, Colorado - Introduction
Black Forest Bed and Breakfast, Colorado Springs, Colorado - Introduction
built in the majestic Black Forest, the highest point east of the Rocky Mountains.
And if you want to experience mountain living to the fullest extent, we will be more than happy to share our chores with you, from cutting firewood to planting Christmas trees.
www.1000inns.com /usa/colorado/blackforest/index.htm   (262 words)

 ERS/USDA Briefing Room - Russia
And with 133 million hectares of arable land, a large agrarian workforce (14 percent of the total), and 147 million inhabitants to feed, Russia has also been a major regional and global agricultural player.
Data on domestic support, export subsidies, and tariffs are organized for comparison across countries.
Agricultural Statistics for the Former Soviet Republics and the Baltic States covers land use and farm structure, population, labor force, agricultural inputs, grains, livestock, food consumption.
www.ers.usda.gov /Briefing/Russia   (539 words)

 Black Rock Villas Rarotonga, Cook Islands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
SITUATED in Arorangi on Rarotonga's sunny western coast overlooking the famous 'Black Rock' with its natural deep swimming hole, these spacious two-bedroom modern villas are the perfect place to base oneself while enjoying the unique Cook Islands culture.
The tariff for Black Rock Villas starts at NZ$2065 per week per villa.
For availability and full tariff rates please contact Andrew at heritage@oyster.net.ck and quote 'Black Rock Villas'.
www.ck /rentraro/blackrockvillas/index.htm   (248 words)

 Bulgaria: Trade Potential and Delayed Reforms
Trade potential is correlated with: trade openness, capital and labor resources, regional trade agreements, tariff and non-tariff policies, FDI inflow, economic, financial and political stability and world organizations membership, which influence the framework to regulate trade on the country level.
It has 4 components: a) tariff rates, b) the fl market exchange rate premium, c) restrictions on capital movements, and d) the actual size of the trade sector.
Over the last three years Bulgaria’s trade regime became less restrictive: the average tariff rate is reduced from 16.8 % in 1997 to 13.7 % from the beginning of 2000, non-tariff barriers were reduced substantially as well.
www.balkannetwork.org /info/Bulgaria-Potential-trade-KS-MD-Viena.htm   (6700 words)

 Chapter 1, A.P.Adamson's, Brief History of the 30th Georgia Regiment
The tariff was also a question which divided the sections.
The protective tariff of 1815 and 1828 met with strong opposition from the South, the last being called "the fl tariff," and during Jackson's administration in 1832, South Carolina threatened to secede and passed Nullification laws; but in 1833 this excessive tariff was modified and a better feeling followed.
In 1846 the Walker tariff was passed, which is said to be the best tariff bill ever enacted.
www.mindspring.com /~kellcin/adamson.html   (5904 words)

 Dixie Outfitters
Hillary Rodham Clinton, raised a Northern Methodist in Chicago, is a museum-quality specimen of the Yankee — self-righteous, ruthless, and self-aggrandizing.
Northern Methodism and Chicago were both, in their formative periods, hotbeds of abolitionist, high tariff Black Republicanism.
The North had been Yankeeized, for the most part quietly, by control of churches, schools, and other cultural institutions, and by whipping up a frenzy of paranoia about the alleged plot of the South to spread slavery to the North, which was as imaginary as Jefferson’s guillotine.
www.dixieoutfitters.com /heritage/newsarticle2.php?an=679   (3614 words)

 Black Horse Cottage B&B, Hickling, Norfolk
Black Horse Cottage Bed and Breakfast is open for most of the year, with the exception of Christmas and when we take a break ourselves.
The Weavers Way national long-distance path runs through the Reserve and past Black Horse Cottage.
The visitor centre at the Reserve is open every day, Easter to September.
www.blackhorsecottage.com /tariff.htm   (247 words)

 Hotel great rates cheap bargain weekend breaks late deals hotels Loch Lomond Trossachs Scotland
From deer stalking in Scotland, to grouse shooting, The Black Bull is the ideal venue for field sports.
The Black Bull is open all year round.
There are fifteen bedrooms at the Black Bull Hotel.
www.blackbullhotel.com /rates-and-reservations/tariff.htm   (378 words)

 The Black Swan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
BLACK SWAN TARIFF inclusive of 17.5% VAT -
available for stays of 2 or more nights providing all dinners are taken at the Black Swan.
Rates charged will be those current at the time of occupancy, but we shall do our utmost to hold the above prices for as long as possible.
www.middlehamonline.com /BSwan_tariff2.htm   (188 words)

 TheForce.Net - Rebel Rouser - SW Essays - The Empire As A Power
It certainly didn’t help very much some of the imperial propaganda- one of the main weapons of the government; sadly, we don’t have that much information, except for the rather obvious control of the media and of communication.
We only have proof of a quite profitable fl market of various articles, on a very positive trend in the years around the battle of Yavin and forth, whose credible basis is some kind of tariff increase.
Black market means more delinquency, which means more expenses for the army (as body charged with the law and order sustaining) thus tax increase, leading through a vicious circle of mad military growth and economical depression of some area.
www.theforce.net /rouser/essays/empirepower04.asp   (190 words)

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