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AGRICULTURAL REPORT. THE harvest of white corn will be entirely fin, hed in South Britain by the end of

1 the month; and in the North, should the present fue weather continue, much will be dine in the early part of next month. The crops in the North are generally of great promise. In the Souh, wheat is a very large crop, both in corn and straw, and the qualily of the finest we have seen for some seasons. Oats avd barley are also abune dant, and fine crops; but the beans will not probably amount to more than half a crop. Pease still worse, in many parts scarcely any upon the land. Turnips, po atoes, and seeds, all materially affected by the continued dry wea her; yet, on some soils, 'bey will be good fair crops. Hops have suffered severely from blight; but it is såpposed the duty will amount to nearly £80,000.

The accounts from Ireland are most sa isfactory; and on the continent, there is great abundance of all the fruits of the earth; that the present seems a year of universal pleuty.

Lean stock hold heir prices, whilst the fat rather decline, both on account of short. ness of keep and of the heat of the weather. Good stores of every kind are very ready sale. Ireland continues to supply us with catile to a considerable amount.

Smithfield-Beef, 4s. to 5s, 4d.-inution, 3s 6d. to 55.-lamb, 4s, to 6s.-real, ss. 6d. to 6s.-pork, 4s. to 65.-Bacon, 6s. to 6s. 4d - Irish, 3s. 6d. to 4s. 4d-Fat, Ss. 5d. Middlesex, August 25.

AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN, By the WinchesterQuarter of 8 Bushels, and of OATMEAL per Boll of 140lbs. Averdupois, from the Returns received in the Week ended Aug. 15, 1807. INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES, Wheat Rye Barley. Oats

Wheal Ry e, BarleyOais s. d. s. d. 3. d s. dll

s. ds. d. s. ds. d. Middex. 1.8 2| 49 7 39 41 54 10/Essex ...... 76 045 043 6 50 6 Surrey | 80 4 46 81 40 0 34 0l|Kent ....... | 73 | 47 038 032 0 Hertford 74 8 43 0 39 91 27 Sus ex ... 71 01 Bedford 74 11

28 1 Suffolk .. 70 641 4 36 1 Huntin 69 10

26 of Cambridge .. 71 11 42 0 36 0 Northa / 72 4

29 10 Norfolk ... 66 112 Rutland 78 6

Lincoln ...... 72 7 490 Leicest 71 01

29 91 York ........

73 CM Notting 78 4 46 0

31 6|Durham ..... Derby 80 0

29 10|Northumberland 72 9 48 21 38 8 Stafford 74 31

30 10}|Cumberland .. | 80 7 63 71 Salop 73 71 53 10

31 11 Westinorland .. 87 4 62 81 45 4 Herefor! 71 41 44 81 33 10 $1 11|Lancis'er .... 77 61 56 6295 Wor'st. 75 5 36 |Chester ...... 69 11

28 9 Warwic

35 3 Flint ........

73

42 51 Wilts

33 0 Denbigh .... 81 51 41 7320 Berks 79 21

Anglesea ..... Oxford 74 41

2 Carnarvon ....

38 023 4 Bucks 30 € Verioneth ....

0128 0 Brecon 67 21 44 9

24 0|Cardigan ...... Montgo. 70 91

30 11 Pembroke .... Radnor. 68 10 33 81 26 2|Cariarthent.... Glainorgan ....

26 & Gloucester ....

434 7 Somerset ......

223 % Average of England and IVales. | Monmouth ... Wheat 755. 5d. ; Rye 48s 9d.; Barley Devon ..... 39s. Od.; Oats Sos. Od.; Beansll Cornwall ..

40 11 24 10 48s. 11d.; Pease 54s. 10d.; Oatmeal |Dorset .....

39 4 44s. 7d.

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BILL of MORTALITY, from JULY 25, to AUG, 25, 1807. CHRISTENED. I BURIED..

2 and 5: 167 160 and 70 124 Mals 100260 60 Males, 8262

5 and 10. 7270 and 80 88 Females 9575 90 Females, 786 "

| 10 and 20. 66 80 and 90 - 21 Whereof have died under two years old 584 20 and 30 - 91 90 and 100. .

[3s 9d. 4 30 and 40 - 12 Peck Loaf, Ss.11d. 35.110. 35.110, ss. 10d. 40 and 50 . 136 Sa.t, 20s. per bushel, 41 per Ib.

50 and 60 118

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PRICE OF STOCKS, from JULY 27, to August 24, 1807, both inclusive. Bank sp. Cent 3p Cent. P. Cen: 14 p. Ct. Navy N. 51 Long | Shioril, 186, (Slock. ; Consols. Reduc. Deferred. *

Irish Imperial Imperial Irish Irish India India (Exche Lottery 1808.

"| Cons. 5 p. Cent. p.Ct. Aulis. Anns. Om.3 p. Cent| Anns. pp.c Ann. Sto. Bunds. Bills l'ickets

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N.B. In the 3 per Cent Consols the highest and lowest Price of each day is given ; in the other Stocks the highest only.

EDWARD FORTUNE, STOCK-BROKER, No. 13, Coruhill.

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