Outward foreign manifest.

Report and manifest of the cargo, laden at the port of San Francisco, on board the American schooner J. H. Lewis, whereof A. McLean is master, or (commander), bound for hunting and fishing.

March 7, 1891.

hunting and fishing gear.—ship’s stores.

  • 200 sacks cracked salt.
  • 80/4 sacks flour.
  • 1 sack graham flour.
  • 3 sacks yellow corn meal.
  • 4 sacks oatmeal.
  • 4 boxes peas.
  • 14 barrels beef.
  • 4 barrels pork.
  • 3 barrels mess pork.
  • 2 packages pigs’ feet.
  • 100 pounds ham.
  • 198 pounds bacon.
  • 80 pickled shoulders.
  • 2 cases lard.
  • 4 cases roast beef.
  • 1 case mutton.
  • 1 case assorted soup.
  • 20 cases sausages.
  • 4 cases milk.
  • 1 bale cod.
  • 1 bale salmon bellies.
  • ½ bale herrings.
  • 1 case sardines.
  • 2 cases corned beef.
  • 2 cases salmon.
  • 11 packages tobacco.
  • 5,000 cigarettes.
  • 300 cigars.
  • 1 box vermicelli.
  • ½ dozen yeast cakes.
  • 50 pounds soap.
  • 2 bags coffee.
  • 2 barrels granulated sugar.
  • 2 cases sirups and honey.
  • 2 kegs molasses.
  • 4 kegs sirups.
  • 4 cases bread.
  • 1 tin matches.
  • 5 kegs of pickles and vinegar.
  • 5 boxes of dried fish.
  • 4 cases coal oil.
  • 4 cases peaches and assorted fruits.
  • 4 cases corn and tomatoes.
  • 4 mats China rice.
  • 2 boxes tapioca and corn starch.
  • 2 boxes macaroni.
  • 3 sacks green peas.
  • 7 sacks beans.
  • 35 sacks potatoes.
  • 2 sacks onions.
  • 5 sacks turnips.
  • 2 sacks carrots.
  • 3 dozen cabbages.
  • 1 sack vegetables.
  • 6 cheeses.
8 breech-loading shot guns $35
15 kegs powder, 750 pounds 105
50 sacks shot, 1,250 pounds 100
25,000 primers 30
50,000 wads 40

I hereby certify under oath that I have no arms or ammunition on schooner J. H. Lewis, except as mentioned herein. So help me God.

  • A. McLean, Master.
  • D. M. Cashin, Deputy Collector.

Bond filed March 7, 1891.

W. P. Saxe, Bond Clerk.
G. H. F.

I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of the original now on file in this office.

N. S. Farley, Deputy Collector.

Fee, 20 cents, paid.

Master or commander’s oath on clearing outward.

District and port of San Francisco:

I, A. McLean, master or commander of the schooner J. H. Lewis, bound from the port of San Francisco to hunting and fishing, do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the manifest of the cargo on board the said schooner J. H. Lewis now delivered [Page 122] by me to the collector of this district and subscribed with my name contains, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, a full, just, and true account of all goods, wares, and merchandise now actually laden on board the said vessel or vehicle, and of the value thereof, and the foreign places or countries in which the same are truly intended to be landed; and if any other goods, wares, or merchandise shall be landed or put on board the said schooner J. H. Lewis previous to her sailing from this port I will immediately report the same to the said collector. I do also swear that I do verily believe the duties on all foreign merchandise therein specified have been paid or secured according to law, and that no part thereof is intended to be relanded within the United States, and that if by distress or other unavoidable accident it shall become necessary to reland the same I will forthwith make a just and true report thereof to the collector of the customs of the district wherein such accident or distress may happen. And said cargo is truly intended to be landed in the port of hunting and fishing. So help me God.

A. McLean, Master.

Sworn and subscribed before me this 7th day of March, 1891.

D. M. Cashin, Deputy Collector.