You didn't mention the type of firewall you use. Assuming it's a modern stateful inspection firewall, you don't need to worry about the high-numbered ports. If you want to allow Web traffic from the internal network out to the Internet, you simply need to allow port 80 traffic outbound. The firewall will recognize and handle the traffic for the related high-numbered port used by each connection.
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