UNITED STATES DEPART. ENT OF AGRICULTURE
Agricultural Eesearch Administration
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Washington 25, Do C.
October 22, 1953
B.E.P.Q. 416, Third Revision
PLANT QKUARA1=TI1IE II ORT RESTRICTIONS
This revised summary of the plant quarantine import restrictions of the
United Kingdom, ,-as they apply in particular to plants and plant products
from the United States, has been prepared for the information of nursery-
men, shippers of fresh fruit and vegct.blcs, plant quarantine officials,
and others interested in the uxportation of plaits .and plant products to
the United Kingdom.
It'was-'prepared by Juliet H. Carrington, Division of Plant ..uarantinea,
from the Importation of Plants Orders, 19h7 to 1953, and the General
Lenses issued thereunder, the Importation of Forest Trees (Prohibition)
Order, 1952, the Plants and Potatoes Irmporta.-ion Ordiiu.nces, 1951 and
1953 of the Island of Guernsey and General License pertaining thereto,
the. Pl.anits and Potatoes irmportation Order, ]19$3, and the Importation of
Plan'ats, Plant Seeds and Potatoes (Jersey) Order, 19473 The summiray was
reviewed by iAr. W. C. Moore, Director, Plant Pathologyr Laboratory of the
Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. It was subsequently revised
slightly to take into account the importation of Plants (General License)
(Amendment) Order 1953, for England and WJalos.
The information contained in t#ais circular is believed to be correct
and complete up to the time of preparation, but it is not intended to
be used independently of, nor as a substitute for, the original texts
of the Eppropriate orders, and it is not to be interpreted' as legally
authoritative. The ori. inal orders should be consulted for the exact
W. L, Popham
Acting Chief, .urcau of ntomoloy and Plant -uarantine
PLANT QUARANTINE ILiPORT RESTRICTIONS
Insects and Pests Acts 1877- 1927 (England and Wales)
Insects and Pests Acts 1877 1927 (Scotland)
Insects and Pests Acts 1877 1934 (Northern Ireland)
Importation of Plants
Importation of Plants
Importation of Plants
Importation of Plants
Importation of Plants
Importation of Plants
(England and Wales)
Importation of Plants
Importation of Plants
Importation of Plants
Importation of Plants
Importation of Plants
Importation of Plants
Order of 1947
(Amendment) Order of 1949
(Amendment) Order, 1952
(Amendment) Order, 1953
(General License) Order, 1953
(General License) (Amendment) Order, 1953
(Scotland) Order, 1947
(Amendment) (Scotland) Order, 1949
(Scotland) Amendment Order, 1953
(Scotland) (Amendment No. 2) Order, 1953
(General License) (Scotland) Order, 1953
(Northern Ireland) Order of 1947
The Importation of Forest Trees (Prohibition) (Northern Ireland)
The Importation of Plants (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order, 1952
The Importation of Plants (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order, 1953
The Importation of Plants (Exemption) (Northern Ireland) Order, 1953
Importation of Forest Trees (Prohibition) Order 1952 (Great Britain)
The above Acts authorize, respectively, the iPiinister of Agriculture and
Fisheries of England and 4.ales; the Secretary of State for Scotland;
the 1iinistry of Agriculture of Northern Ireland; and the Forestry
Commissioners, to regulate the importation of plants and plant products.
The Orders cited for the three countries set forth conditions of entry
basically the same and are principally drawn to prevent introduction of
the Colorado potato beetle into those countries.
The import restrictions for England and Wales, Scotland, and Northern
Ireland are jointly summarized in the following paragraphs as they apply
to importations from the United States; in case of differing requirements,
these are noted. Separate summaries for Guernsey ard Jersey are pre-
sented on pages 10 to 13.
Importations of the following plants and plant products are prohibited
except under conditions of a special license issued by the appropriate
iMinister or Inspector of the country concerned, (See par. 5, P. 5.)
Chrysanthemum Plants (except seeds) by Scotland and Northern Ireland
only, (See par 7, p. 8)
Forest Trees (except seeds) of the genera Castanea, Populus, Quercus and
Jlmus, and the following genera of the Order of Pinaceae viz. Abies
Lariz, Picea, Pinus, Pseudotsuga, Sequoia, Thuja, and Ts ga
(See par. 12, pd.Sei.. 10had.
Potatoes, including potato haulms, leaves, and stems. (See par. 8, p. 8.)
Sugarbeet and i'angold (Beta vulgaris L.) (except seeds). (See par. 9, p. 8.)
Apple exceptt Cider Apples): Grade certificates required for importa-
tions made from July 7 to November 15. (See paro 10, pp 8.)
Cider Apples: If imported into England or Wales between April 1 and
October 15 require Export Certificate containing Form C certifica-
tiorino (See par. 11 (c), p. 9.) If imported into Scotland or
Northern Ireland require certification as follows; Form B (po 5)
certification for items authorized by General License (see list on
page 7) and Form A (Colorado beetle certification).
Flower bulbs, tubers, corms, and rhizozes: Export Certificate, (See p. 3.)
Plants and P?.rts Thereof for Planting (except seed): Two copies of
Federal certificate required, in following form: (1) Export cer-
tificate containing Form A cortification (against Colorado potato
beetle, P. 5) and special statement on Certificate (p. 4);'or
(2) the export certificate containing Form B certification (p. 5),
showing appropriate General License and ministry y of the country of
Destination (p. 5) and also the special statement on certificate
(pe 5), which certification is required for the following shipments:
(a) Ornamental plants, as listed on pages 6-7, throughout the year;
(b) Buds of roses and grafts of apples, pears, and rhododendrons,
throughout the year (p. 7); ard
(c) Trees, shrubs or plants, with bare or balled roots, and cuttings
or grafts during the period October 16 to I.arch 31 (p. 7).
Vegetables (Fresh): If imported between April 1 and October 15, require
certification as followers; Form B (p. 5) certification for items
authorized by General License (see list on page 7) and Form A
(Colorado beetle certification) for other vegetables, excluding
mushrooms, cucumbers, marrows, and pumpkins. (See par. 11 (a), p. 9.)
i.ushrooms, cucumbers, marrows, and pumpkin. (See Definitions, (d), p. 3.)
Seeds. (See First Schedule, p. 4.)
All fruit, except apples*
(Importation of Plants Orders 1947 to 1953 (England and Wales))
(Importation of Plants (Scotland) Orders 1947 to 1953)
(Importation of Plants (Northern Ireland) Orders, 1947 to 1953)
1. (a) "Appropriate Iviinister" means, in relation to England and Walesp
the iiinister of Agriculture and Fisheries; in relation to Scotland, the
Secretary of State for Scotland; and in relation to Northern Ireland, the
Minister of Agriculture for Northern Ireland.
(b) "Inspector" means an Inspector or other officer authorized by
the appropriate IMiinister.
(c) "Plant" includes tree and shrub, and the fruit, seeds, tubers,
bulbs, cormst rhizomes, roots, layers, cuttings, and other parts of a
(d) "Raw Vegetables" includes raw tomatoes, raw eggplants, and raw
salads, but does not include potatoes, mushrooms, cucumbers, marrows, or
(e). "Unhealthy" means affected with any insect, fungus, bacteria, or
other vegetable or animal organisms or any agent causative of a transmissible
w* * ,' "
2. The landing in England and Wales, Scotland, or Northern Ireland of any
of the plants mentioned in the First Schedule in paragraph 4 (p. 4) and of
potatoes is prohibited, unless each consignment is accompanied by 2 copies
of a certificate in the form prescribed in the Second Schedule in paragraph
4. The inspecting referred to in the certificate shall be carried out not
more than 14 days prior to the date of shipment. Before the plants or
potatoes are dispatched, the original of the certificate shall be mailed to
The Horticulture Branch, iy!inistry of Agriculture and Fisheries, London,
S.W. I; or (in case of shipments destined to Scotland or to Northern
Department of Agriculture for Scotland, ot. Andrews House,
Edinburgh 1; or
The Uinistry of Agriculture for Northern Ireland, Stormont,
SExcept in the case of consignments by mail, a copy of the prescribed cer-
tificate shall be delivered to the proper Officer of Her majesty's Customs
and Excise at the same time as and together with the entry relating to the
consignment. In the case of consignments by mail, a- copy of the prescribed
certificate shall be affixed to each package.
Federal Certificate Required
3. In the case of any plant mentioned in the First Schedule in paragraph
4 the certificate prescribed in paragraph 2 shall be the certificate of any
official duly authorized by the United States Department of Agriculture.
(See Second Schedule in paragraph 4, p. 4.)
Form of Certification
4.. In the case of-any plants mentioned in the Firat Schedule in this
paragraph and of potatoes, the certificate required in paragraph 2
shall include a certificate where it relates to a plant, in the Form A
or the Form B set out in the Third Schedule (p 5), as' the" circumstances
require, and where the certificate relates to potatoes, in the said
Form A. / Potatoes are prohibited except under a special license
(See paragraph 8, p. 8).
The auove paragraph shall not apply to flower bulbs, corms, tubers,
All living plants and parts thereof (except seeds) for planting.
'* S ,*
(Notes Forthe model certificate prescribed by this Schedule, Form
EQ-375 should be used instead, since it is acceptable to authorities
in the United kingdom when containing additional statements shown below
and.: in the Third Schedule, as prescribed in each cases
Special Statement on Certificate
(a) For All Consignments Except Thosp Wholly Potatoes
"It is further certified that the consignment does not
.contain any plants of the genera Castanea, ropulus,
Quercus, and Ulmus, or of the genera of the order Pinaceae,
viz., Abies, Larix, iicea, pinua, Pseudotsuga, Sequoia,
Thuja, and Tsuga, or any plant of sugarbeet or mangold
(Beta vulgaris t.), or any chrysanthemum plant." (For
certification to England and Wales, omit "chrysanthemum
(b) For All Potatoes: "It is further certified that no case
... of the disease known as."wart disease" or "black scab" of
potatoes (Synchytrium endobioticum) has occurred at any
time on the farm or holding where the potatoes included
in the consignment were grown, nor within 2 kilometers
thereof. (Pot-atoes are prohibited except under a special
license-see par. 8, p. 8.)
1 The statement required in Form A, declaring freedom of locality
of origin from the Colorado potato beetle, cannot be complied
with except possibly from some California localities where the
insect does not occur.
Form A /: This is to certify that during the 12 months preceding the
date of this certificate there has been no outbreak of the Colorado Beetle
in. . . . . . (here insert the name of country) within a
distance of 50 kilometers from the place where the living plants, potatoes,
raw vegetables, or cider apples (strike out words not applicable) included
in the package or consignment described were' grown*
(Note: This certification is required for woody plants, trees, etc.,
i ported from April i to October 15.)
Form B: In pursuance of the Importation of Plants (General License)
Order, 1953 (see par, 5), made by the itiinister of Agriculture and
Fisheries 2/, this is to certify that the plants or raw vegetables in-
cluded in the package or consignment described have been examined and
have been found to be of the following species or kind: .
(Note: The Form B certification should be included on Form EQ-375
for plants admissible under General License Orders as prescribed in
paragraph 5, Sections A, B G0 and D, pp. 6-7.)
Form C- This certification is required for cider apples imported into
England or Wales between April 1 and October 15. (See page 13.)
* 5 Notwithstanding any provisions of these Orders, any plants, potatoes,
raw apples, or raw vegetables, may be landed in England or Wales (Scotland
or Northern Ireland) under and in accordance with the conditions of a
license issued by the appropriate L inister or by an Inspector.
The following General License Orders have been issued, authorizing the
landing of the plants and raw vegetables and apples listed below during
the periods mentioned;
(a) England and Wales: The Importation of Plants (General License)
(b) Scotland: The Importation of Plants (General License)
(Scotland) Order, 1953.
(c) Northern Irelands The Importation of Plants (Exemption)
(Northern Ireland) Order, 1953
(d) England and Wales: The Importation of Plants (General License)
(Amendment) Order, 1953
i/ See Footnote, p. 4,
2/ If certification is for Scotland or Northern Ireland, substitute
the appropriate Order and Department.
Provided that nothing in these General License Orders'shall be deemed to
permit the landing in England and Wales, Scotland, or Northern Ireland of
any of the articles prohibited in paragraphs 7, 9, 'and 12 pp. 8 and 1C.
Section Ao Admissible throughout the year
Aucuba crotonifolia ./
Azalea mollis J/
Cacti and succulent plants
. Camellia Japonica
Ficus (except F. carica)
Fourcroya (= Furcraea)
Franciscea (=. Brunfelsia)
.onstera deliciosa ( Philcdendron
* Except hardy species,
** Except outdoor grown. _______ ----- _----
S,/ Not included in General License of Northern Ireland.
Section A. Throughout .the year (Cont.)
(1) Plants (Conto)
Rhopala (= Roupala)
*Except hardy species
Buds and grafts
Buds of roses
Grafts of Apples, Pears, and Rhododendrons
Rooted dahlia cuttings, grown under glass.
Section B'. Between October 16 in any year and i arch 31 in the following
Any Trees, Shrubs, or Plants with bare or balled roots, and l! cuttings
Section C. Between April l and October 15, inclusive, in any-year:
Raw Vegetables and Fruit
Aubergines (= eggplants)
Onions and Shallots.
Root vegetables (excluding potatoes)
free from foliage
lWitloof Chicory l/
Section D. Provided that every consignment landed under the authority
of the General License Order shall be accompanied:
(a) In the case of plants, by the certificateprescribed in
the Second Schedule (p. 4) and a certificate in the
Form B in the Third Schedule (p. 5.)
(b) In the case of raw vegetables, by a certificate in the
Form B aforesaid (p. 5.)
(c) In the case of cider apples into England and Wales, by a
certificate in the Form C aforesaid (p. 5.)
(d) In the case of cider apples into Scotland or Northern Ireland,
by a certificate in the Form A or Form B aforesaid (p, 5.)
/ See Footnote, p. 6.
Disposition of Shipments Landed
In Contravention of Order
6. If plants, potatoes, rpw apples, or raw vegetables are landed in
England or Wales (Scotland, or Jorthern Ireland) in contravention of
these Orders, they shall be destroyed or re-exported at the expense of
the importer, unless they are otherwise disposed of in accordance with
the terms of a license issued by the appropriate minister or by an
Chrysanthemum Plants Prohibited by
Scotland and Northern Ireland
7" For the prevention of the introduction of the chrysanthemum midge
-(Diarthrono ay hypogaea (Loew.,); the landing in Scotland and in
SNorthern Ireland of any chrysanthemum plant (except the seeds thereof)
is hereby prohibited, except under and in accordance with the condi-
* tlons- of ta license -issued by th-a Secretary of State for Scotland or
the i Ainister of AgricuLture for Northern Ireland or by an Inspector.
8. (a) The landig in England and *.rales, Scotland, or Northern Ireland
of potatoes is prohibited except under and in accordance with the con-
ditions of a license issued by the appropriate minister or Inspector.
(b) The transshipment in england and './ales, Scotland, or Northern
Ireland of potatoes grovmn in the United States ie prohibited except under
and in accordance with the conditions of a license issued by the appropri-
ate 1 minister or an Inspectora
-(c) In this paragraph, "potatoes" includes potato haulms, leaves,
and stalks, (See, however, 1st paragraph of par3 5, p. 5.)
Sugarbeet and i-angold Prohibited
9.. To-prevent the introduction of virus diseases the landing in England
and 'Jales, Scotland, or Northern Ireland of any plant of sugarbeet or
mangold (Beta vulgaris L.) (exce-t the seeds thereof) is prohibited ex-
cept under and in accordance with the conditions of a license issued by
the minister or an Inspector.
Apple (except Cider Apples) Restrictions
10. (a) The landing in England and .dales, Scotland, or Northern Ireland
between July 7 and November 15 in any year of any raw apples grown in
the United States is hereby prohibited unless each consignment is accom-
panied by a certificate of a duly authorized Inspector of the United
States Department of Agriculture in the following form:
This is to certify that the raw apples included in the package or consign-
ment described below are of one of the following grades as recognized by
the Department of Agriculture of the United States of Americaa
"U. S. Fancy" "Extra Fancy"
"U. S. No, 1" "Fancy"
(Signed) . . . .
(Official Status). . . . . .. .
(Date) . o . . . . . .
Description of Consignment
Number and Nature of Packages .. g. . .
DistinguishingMarks. , . . ... ..
Variety of Apples4 . . . . . . . * * * * *
Nameand address of Consignee *. .. .. .... ** *
Name.of Vessel. . .. . . . . . * * *
Date of Shipment.* e . . . * * * * * *
Port of Shipment. o . * * . . . . . . . *
(Note: The above certificate is furnished by Inspectors of the Fruit and
Vegetable Branch, Production and i.arketing Administration, U. S. Department
-(b) The required certificates shall be delivered to the proper
Officer of Her LIajesty' s Customs and Excise at the same time as and to-
gether with the entry relating to the consignment
Fresh Vegetable and Cider Apple
11, (a). The landing in England or Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland
between April L and October 15 in any one year of any raw vegetables is
prohibited unless each consignment is accompanied by a certificate in
the Form A (p. 5) or the Form B set out in the Third Schedule in para-
graph 4 (p, 5).,
(b) The landing in Scotland or Northern Ireland between April 1
&nd Octobeir 15 in any year of any cider apples is prohibited unless each
consignment is accompanied by a certificate in the Form A (p, 5) or the
Form B set out in the Third Schedule in paragraph 4 (p. 5),
(c) The landing in England or Wales between April 1 ard October 15
in any year of any cider apples is prohibited, unless each consignment is
accompanied by a certificate in the Form C (p. 5)#
(d) The required certificate shall be delivered to the proper
officer of Her L ajesty1s Customs and E:'cise at the same time as and
together with the entry relating to the consignment,
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(Importation of Forest Trees (Prohibition) Order 1952,
(Importation of Forest Trees (Prohibition) (Northern Ireland)
12. The landing in Great Britain (England and Wales, Scotland or
Northern Ire land) of any living plant (including tree and shxub and the
roots, layers,, cuttings, and other parts of a plant except the fruit-or
seeds thereof) of any of the genera mentioned below is prohibited except
The genus Castanea
The genus Populus
The genus Quercus
The genus Ulmus
The following genera of the order Pinaceae: Abies, Larix,
.' .:Picea, Pinus, Pseudotsuga, Sequoia, Thuja, and Tsuga.
(The Plants and Potatoes Importation Ordinance, 1951)
(The Plants and Potatoes Importation (Amendment)
13 Subject to the provisions of paragraph 15, the landing or trans-
shipient in this Island is hereby prohibited of the following four
categories of plants:
(a) PHants other than those set out in sections (b), (c)9
and (d) of this paragraph, or potatoes, unless the same
are shipped directly from and have previously been
landed in the United Kingdom, the PRepublic of Ireland,
S the Isle of i.Ian, the Island of Jersey, or another Island
of the Bailiwick of Guernsey;
"(b) Plants of sugarbeet or mangold (Beta vulp-garis L.);
'(c) All species of the genus Castanpa (Chestnut), the
genus Populus (Poplar), the genus Quercus (Oak), or
the genus.Ulmus (Elm);
(d), All species of the genera Abies (Silvir Fir), Larix (Larch),
Picea (Spruce), Pinus (Pine), Pseudotsuga (Douglas Fir),
Sequoia (Redwoods), Thuja western n red cedar, Arborvitae),
or Tsuga .(Hemlock) of. the Order Pinaceae.
14. The importation of seeds into Guernsey, Herm, and Jethou is
Exception to Prohibiticns
15. Notwithstanding any provision of these Ordinances, the Committee
may at any time in their discretion permit the landing or transship-
ment, on such terms and conditions, if any, as they may impose, of
any plants or potatoes and may at any time vary such conditions or
revoke or vary such permission.
16. In these Ordinances, unless the context otherwise requires-
(a) "Committee" means the States Committee for Agriculture and
(b) "This Island" includes the Islands of Herm and Jethou*
(c) "Plant" includes trees and shrubs and the fruit, tubers,
bulbs, corms, rhizcmec, roots, layers, cuttings, and
other parts of a plant, except the seeds, and all raw
vegetables,' including tomatoes but not including potatoes.
(d) "Potato" includes potato haulms, leaves, and stalks.
17. The landing or transshipment in this Island of plants or pota-
toes is prohibited unless the same are accompanied by a certificate
signed by a duly authorized official of the Phytopathological Service
of the country from which the same are imported into this Island, in
such form as the Committee may from time to time prescribe.
18. Where any consignment of plants or potatoes is by these Ordinances
required to be accompanied'by a certificate, the Original of such
certificate shall be forwarded by mail to the States Supervisor by
the exporter of the consignment before the consignment is dispatched,
and 2 copies of the certificate shall accompany the consignment, un-
less the consignment is sent by mail in which case a copy of the
certificate shall be attached to each package of the consignment.
Form of Certificate Required and General Licenses
19. In accordance with the provisions of paragraph 15 (Section 6 of
The Plants and Potatoes Importation Ordinance, 1951) the Committee has
made an Order and *issued a General License authorizing the landing or
transshipment 'in the Islands of Guernsey, Herm, or Jethou of consign-
ments of the plants mentioned below (except as cited in par. 13)9
Plants and Potatoes Importation Order, _!5
A. All living plants and parts thereof (except seeds, flower bulbs,
corms, tubers, or rhizomes) for planting, provided that every
consignment shall be accompanied by a certificate in the required
form (same as for Great Britain-see pp. 4-5).
(a) Ornamental plants (as listed in Section A, par. 5, pp. 6-7),
buds of roses, and grafts of apples, peare, and rhododen-
(b) Trees, shrubs, or plants :-ith bare or balled roots and cut-
tings or grafts landed or transshipped between October 16
and D-iarch 31 of the following year are subject to same
General-License certification requirements as for Great
Britain (pp. 4-5),
B. Flower bulbs, corms, tubers, or rhizomes (subject to same certi-
fication as for Great Britain, par. 4, p. 4.)
General License (I.P.P Gen, 2/1951) for Fruit, Vegetables, uts,
and Cut Flowers
(a) Apples (subject to sane certification as for Great Britain,
par. 10, pp. 8-9).
(b) Cucumber, marrows, mushrooms, and pumpkins; also nuts and
cut flowers (no certification required).
(c) Fresh vegetables (root vegetables (except potatoes)) free
from foliage) asparagus, eggplanti, green beans, green peas,
onions and shallots, pimentos, tomatoes, and 7Aitloof
chicory): (Same certification as for Great Britain, p. 5).
'(d) Cider apples and raw vegetables (other than those cited in
(b) and (c) above) imported from April 1 to October 15:
(Same certification as for Great Britain, p. 5).
(Importation of plants, Plant Seeds and Potatoes
(Jersey) Order, 1953)
20. In this Order-
(a) "The Committee" means the Cormittee of Agriculture.
S. .(b) "Plant" includes (l) trees rnd shrubs and the fruit, tubers,
. ubs,.corms, rhizomes roots, layers, cuttings, and other
. parts of a plant, except the seeds, and (2) all raw vege-
tables, including raw eggplant, lettuce, onions, and
toipatoes, but not including potatoes*
(c) '!Plant seeds" means ovules fertilized and matured and having
. .n ,embryo within.
( d) "Potatoes" includes potato tubers and the haulmsa, leaves,
and stalks thereof.
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21. The landing or transshipment in the Island of any plants, potatoes,
or plant seeds grown in the United States of America is prohibited (see
par0 22 below),
22. The landing in the Island between July 7 and November 15, both dates
inclusive, in any year, of any raw apples grown in the United States of
America, is prohibited unless in respect of each consignment thereof 3
copies of a certificate in the required form have been issued by a duly
authorized inspector of the Federal Department of Agriculture if that
country (same as for Great Britain, par. 10, pp, 8-9).
23, The certificates prescribed in the above paragraph shall be sent
by mail before the shipments to which they relate are dispatched, as
(a) One copy to the Committee*
(b) One copy to the importer.
(c) One copy to the Harbor viaster, St. Helier, Jersey, C. I. in
respect of importations by sea or to the Airport Commandant,
St. peter Jersey, C. I. in respect of importations by air.
FORL C CERTIFICATION
This is to certify:-
(1) that the consignment of cider apples of which particulars are given
below was grown in the. . . ? district of . . . .
(2) that an intensive system of control of Colorado Beetle is in
operation in the district; and
*(3) that the consignment was examined on the . . . . (date)
by. . . . (name) a duly authorized Official of
the. .* .. .Phytopathological Service
and is believed by him to be free from Colorado Beetle.
(Signed)' . . . . . . . .
(Official Status). . . * .
(Date) e . . . . . . . . .
Number and description of packages . . .. e *
Distinguishing marks. . . . . . . .
Quantity .. s. . . . .. .. . * a 0 9
Grown at , . . . . . . . . . a
Exported by ,. . ., . . . 9 . .
Name and address of conignee. .. .**. *
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Name of vessel on e . . . . . . o . . .
Name 'of ve s s el
Date of shipment . ,s 9 9 9 9 9 T 0 0 t o
Port of landing in England or Wales . . .