According to the usage of the country, the travellers returned immediately to the caravan which served as custom-house.
He evidently did not mean to stop to speak to me; but I hailed him, and asked where the custom-house was.
In the evening we passed the custom-house, where our luggage was examined.
I went to the custom-house, and transacted my business there.
custom-house superintendents of the landing and shipping of goods coastways.
The change revealed the fact that there was a custom-house at that point.
This raised a storm: the planters, the custom-house, and the governor, were all against him.
We can take this city; we can seize the barracks, the custom-house, but not San Carlos.
So when the custom-house officers opened the lid of the chest, they at once hurried away.
Before this witness was employed by that society, he was a custom-house officer.
a government office where customs duties are levied on imports and exports and where vessels are entered or cleared