Guayama trade new tariff June 1845
' Coxixcul IsrouuTioa Informatioa baa been reOeiTed, al the Uepartmenl of Sute, from ibe ooniul of the United Statea at Guayama, P. R., thai by a decree of her Majeety of the 27 h March last, the duty ea esportaUoa of sugar haa beea reduced lo 31 j eenU per 400 lbs., and coffee 19 cents per 100 lbs.; molas.ee and rum tree. The cok)Diai da y of three cents per 100 lbs. for . weitbiog susar and coflee, Mill eiiU, which : makea aucar par aboot 1 1 ceoU per 100 lbs., aad coflee 21 ceoU per 103 ft. Information has also beea received from Ibe oonaul of the United fitatee at Havana, that the government ef Madrid his approved of tbe proposed lax of four dollars on each vessel that enters the port of Su Jago de Cuba, other tban those engaged in the coast trade, for tbe maintenance of the light.