It means sixty crores of rupees annually paid by us for piece-goods.
The imports are European piece-goods, hardware of all sorts and spices.
He proceeded to the cutting-room, where Morris was superintending the unpacking of piece-goods.
The greater part of the cotton is made up into piece-goods for making garments and padding the native winter clothes.
The importation of cotton and piece-goods into ancient Greece and Rome was therefore comparatively inconsiderable.
The purchase by these bills they entirely divert from raw silk, and order to be laid out wholly in piece-goods.
The custom is computed on an average of what was paid on piece-goods and raw silk of said imports, adding additional imposts.
They deal generally in hardware, piece-goods and drugs, and are very keen traders.