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rtmouth, England, to Guernsey6658 1870Guernsey to Jersey1532 1870Porto Rico to St. Thomas11022 1870Santiago, Cuba, to Jamaica140 1870Portpatrick, Scotland, to Donaghadee, Ireland25160 1871Javea to Iviza430 1871Majorca to Minorca3593 1871Villa71St. Kitts to Antigua90130 1871Antigua to Demerara, connecting the West India Windward Islands1,028 1871Porto Rico to Jamaica582 1872Lizard, England, to Bilbao, Spain460 1872British Columbia to Vancouver Island.18 1873Falmouth to Lisbon850 18on to Madeira633 1874Madeira to St. Vincent, Cape de Verd Islands1,260 1874St. Vincent to Pernambuco, Brazil1,953 1874Jamaica to Colon, South America660 1874Pernambuco, Brazil, to Bahia, Brazil450 1874Bahia, Brazil, to Rio Janeiro1,240 1874Italy to Sicily7 1874Jamaica to Porto Rico582 1874Rio Janeiro to Rio Grande do Sul840 1874Rye Beach, U. S., to Tarr Bay, Nova Scotia550 1874Barcelona, Spain, to Marseilles, France200 1874Shetland to Orkney60 1874Valentia to Newfoundland1,900
sAn exogenous hard wood used for turning and flutes. CogwoodLaurus chloroxylonJamaicaHard. Mill-framing, cog-wheels, etc. Coquilla-nutAttalea funiferaBrazilNuts, dCornus floridaEastern U. S.Hard, red. Turnery. DogwoodPiscidia erythrina, etcJamaicaHard, Wheels, carriages, etc. Douglass pineAbies douglassiiBritain, etc.Medium Boxes, inkstands, furniture, etc. Black ebony. Ebony (West Indian)Brya ebenusJamaicaHard. Turnery, cabinet-work, etc. Green ebony. ElderSambucus nigraEurope and lycioidesEastern U. S.Hard. Turnery. Iron-wood (redwood)Exythoxylon areolatumJamaicaHard. Cog-wheels, mill-frames, etc. Jack-woodArtocarpus integrifoliaS. Asia, prings, archery bows, cues, and fishing-rods. Lancewood (black)Oxandra virgataJamaicaHard. Springs, archery bows, cues, and fishing-rods. LarchLarix europaeaEurop and Am'caSoft. Wooden shoes, pegs, spoons, baskets, plait, hoops. Yacca-woodJamaicaCabinet and marquetry work and turning. YewTaxus baccataBritain, etcHard. Fur