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Pountney-lane, broker, (Parnther, London, Hort B. Mark-lane, wine and brandy-merstreer). Eaglestone W. Hayes, Middie- chants, (Gregson and Co. Angel court, sex, tailor, (Popkin, Dean-street, Solo). Throgmorton-street). Keer D. FramlingEllis C. Jermyn-street, Westminster, tal- ham, Suffolk, surgeon and apot hecary, low chandler, (Courteen, College-hill). (Bromley and Co Gray's-Jun. Kenuer
Farrington J. Bickerion, cheese-factor, ley, Hulm's-chapel, Cheshire, mercer, (Huxley, Temple.) Frodshom H. E. Li(Keni, Clifford's-Inn). verpool, baker, (Windle, John-street, Bed Levy J. New Lisle-street, oilman, (Keys, ford-row). Fenner J. Lawrence-lane, li- Son.erset street). Lucas W. Cheapside, nen-draper, (Adams, Old Jewry). For- Warehouseman, (Kibblewhite and Co. shaw J. Presion, linen-draper, (Blakelock, Giay 's-Inn-place). Livermore T. sen. Temple). Forster J. Sunderland, linen. Chelmsford, grocer, (Beaurain and Co. draper, (Bell and Co Bow-lane). Francis Union streer). Lawton H Buslingthorpe, F. Chiswick, smith, (Freame, Great Queen Yorkshire,clothier,( Baltye, Chancery-lane). street). Foss C. Ca herine-cou', Tower. Levin B. B. Great Alie-street, merchant, hill, merchant, (kivirigton, Fenchurch. (Hurle, Cloak-lane). Littler W. Walbuildings). Fortnum W. Bull-alley, Lom- tham Abbey, calico-printer, (Adams, Old bard-streer, stationer, (Palmer, Tomiinsons, Jewry) and Co. Co, thall-cou:t).
Marr A Gravel lane, baker, (Sherwood, Guest j. M. Birmingham, merchant, Canterbury-square) Martin J. Villier's. (Devon and Co. Gray's-lo sguare). Gray street, victualler, (Windus and Co. South. T. Colchester, taker, (Cutting, Barlett'se ampton Buildings). Magee J. and M'Nule buildings, Holborn). Gibson T. Misseld, ty D Oxford-street, linen-drapers, (Bour. Yorkshire, carpenter, (Crosley, Holborne dillon and Co. Little F:iday-street). Mare court, Gray's-Inn). Griffiths W. Llavelly, tin H. Birmingham, but:on-maker, (Con. Carmarthenshire, shopkeeper, (James, stable, Symond's Jou) Mast W. C. King Gray's-Inn-square).
ston upon-Hull, corn-factor, (Ellis, Cursi, Heaven S. Threadneedle-street, insur- tor-street) Martin W. M Gosport, bookance-broker, (Pasmore, Warnford court). seller, (Gregory, Clement’s-Inn). Myers Holroyde E. Manchester, manufacturer, J. Whittle, Lancashire, cotton-spinner, (Chesshyre and Co Manchester). Hitreli (Milne and Co. Old Jewry). Mackenzio J. Exeter, corn-merchant, (Williams and J. Old-Bailey, bookseller, (Godmond, New Co. Lincoln's-Inn). Hare M Exe er, ca- Bridge-street). Meredith R Oxford-street, binet-maker, (Sykes and Co New-Ion). linen-draper, (Hurle, Cloak lane). Heath W. Chippenham, cloihier. ( Bennet, Norden B Exeter-street, grocer, (Isaacs, Dean's court, St. Paul's). Hawkins J. Mitre-court) jon. Mill-pond-streei, Bermondsey, Wat Owen J. Earith, Huntingdonshire, vic. builder, (Saward, Princes-street, Rother- tualler, ( Alexander, Bedford-row). hithe). Hassal G Birmingham, perfumer, Parry C. Liverpool, currier, (Windle, (Alexander, Belford- row). Hilton R. John-street, Bedford row). Parkin T. Woburn, maltster, (Edmundi, Exchequer Withain, Yorkshire, woodmonger, (Ellis, Office of Pleas). Halse R. Sow!on, miller, Cursiior-street). Potter W. Kenton, De(Tarrant and Co. Chancery-lane). Horner vonshire, tailor, (Williams and Co. BedJ. Durham, tanner, (Maynard, Durham). ford-row). Parrock J. Castle street, Hol.
Lowood D. Lower Thames street, (Bü- born, jeweller, (Poole, Dowgate hill). vill, New Bridgestreet) Jones J. Eu- Pears S. Bread-street, warehouseman; and stone, victualler, ( A lin. Chunbury). Ire- Watson J. Watson J. jun. and Watson J. land W. sen. Aslibi to', cordwainer, (l'all all of Preston, Lancashire, cotton-manuand Co. Bristol). Isaacs A. Geoge sept, facturers, (Crowder and Co. Frederick's. money scrivener, (Poole, Dowgaie hiils. place, Old Jewry. Pope H RatcliffJohnson J and Stuham J. Twicks't's Cross, victualler, (Holmes and Co. MarkMills, North.mptonshire; and Johnson T. Jane) Powell J. Wapping, coffin and Hyde-street, bloom-burn, millers, (Swamo box-makor, (Wegener and Co Reri Lionand Co. Old lewry). Jories J. Limehouse, street, Waiping). Partridge R. Clement's. baker, (Kiching, Ely-place). Jonson J. Inn, merchant, (Logg 'n and Co. BasingCongleton, 'The hire, money-scrivener, hall-streer). Pearson J. Altham, Lanca. (Willis J.and R. Warnford court) Jark- shire, and Spence T. Blackburn, corn-dea. son G Swithin's-lane, merchant, (Hurle, lers, (Blakelock, Elm-court). Cloak lane).
Reeve, J. Hoiboru, umbrella-maker, kay J. ad Co. Peston, machine ma- (Swann, Fore.street). Reay J.J. Liverkers, ( Milne aid Co. ·ld J.wry Kent pool, merchan!, (Blackstock, St. Mildred'sE. White Lion- teei, vioud ani's.fields, court) Redfern W. Nottingham, hosier, ironmonger, (Flas!'42!', Fly-piace). Kirk. (Baxters and Co. Furnival's-Inn). Ryley man E, Portsmouth, linen-craper, (Berry E. Wisbech, linen-draper, (Wortham, and Co. Buckiersbury). Kemp J. and Castle-street). Rayson H. Liverpool, drug.
gist, (Windle, John-street, Bedford row). coln's-Inn). White J. Craven buildings, Rattray W. King-street, Deptford, cheese- City-road, merchant, (Loxley, Cheapside). monger, (Howard, Jewry-street). Rich. Way bran J. and Gerrard J. Swan street, ardson T. Mount-pleasant, Stepney, dealer cornfactors, (Druce, Billiter-square). and chapman, (West, Charterhouse-street). Rudd J. High Holborn, cheesemorger, Allen R. High Wycombe, Dec. 1. An(Noy, Mincing-lane). Rumsey T. sen. drews C. Burnham, Essex, Dec. 1. Aber Crosby-row, Bermondsey, broom-maker, dem A. Lisle-street, Leicester-fields, Dec. (Farrar and Co. Bread-street-hill). Riley 5. Arton R. York, Dec. 10. Anstie S. J. Sheffield, grocer, (Wilson, Greville- Devizes, Dec. 12. Armstrong J Highstreet).
street, Southwark, Dec. 19.
Adams A. Smith H. Albemarle-street, wine-mer- Chester-place, Lambeth, Dec. 19. Andercharit, (Hogarth, Staple-Inn). Sankey D. son A. and Robertson D. Coleman-street, Thannington, Kent, brick-maker, (Dyne, Jan 30. Serjeant's-Inn). Swaine R. Halifax, Swaine Berrow R. Pall-mall, Nov. 14 Burton J. Skircoat, Swaine E. London, Swaine H. E. Daventry, Northamptonshire, Nor. 24. Swaine H.J. Halifax, and Ramsbotham H. Burgess J Coventry-street, Haymarket, Bradford, merchants, (Blunt and Co. Old Nov.24. Brothers G. Birmingham, Nor. Pay Office, Broad-street). Sharp R. Strat- 27. Briggs J. Yarmouth, Dec. 1. Buck ford, builder. (Wilde, jun. Castle street, hurst S. Brook-green, Hammersmith, Dec. Falcon-square). Spragle G. Topsham, 2. Bower E. New Mills, Derbyshire, Dec. rope-maker, (Reeks, Wellclose-square), 3.' Bishop W. Swineshearl, Lincolnshire, Stanley J. Newtown, tallow-chandler, Dec. 5. Blease J. Manchester, Dec. 9. (Bigg, Hatton-garden). Spittle J. Darlas. Blaylock G. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Dec. ton, victualler, (Turner, Bloomsbury sq ). 12. Simpson W. Strand, tailor, (West, Cle Christin F.H. Clarke J. C. and Bowen ment's-Inn). Shirreff A. Fenchurch-str. C. College-hill, Nov. 14 and 28. Cook H. merchant, (Unwin, Shadwell). Swann W. and Herbert J. Birchin-lane, Nov. 17. Stockport, brazier, (Edge, Inner Temple). Calton G. Sheffield, Nov. 19. Carfrae J. Scales W. King ton-upon-Hull, merchant, and Hislop R. Liverpool, Nov. 25. Carter (Exley and Co. Furnival's-Inn).
T. Kingston-upon-Hull, Nov. 27, Cos. Taylor J. Newgate-market, salesman, perthwaite W. and Waring J. Manchester, (Pearce and Co. Paternoster-row). Todd Nov. 27. Cartwright C. Compton-street, W. Cross-lane, Saint Mary-hill, coal-fac. Westminster, Nov.30. Coghtson A. Disa tor, (Wilde, jun. Castle-street). Tolson poolin Holdemess, Yorkshire, Dee. 4. P. and R. Leeds, merchants, (Lambert, Chamberlain R. Wisbech, Dec. 4. Cramer Hatton-garden). Thompson R. Brance- J. Spa-Gardens, Bermondsey, Dec. 8. peth-Parks, Durham, dealer, (Blackiston, Campbell J. Skakespeare Tavern, Covent Symond's-Inn). Taylor A Newent, shop- Garden, Dec. 12. Craig J. Lime-street, keeper, (Whitcombe and Co. Gloucester). Dec. 12. Clark J. and Hall H. Market
Underbill J. Birmingham, nierchant, Harborough, Dec. 15. Collard H. R. Scot(Devon and Co. Grays-Inn-square). land-yard, Dec. 19. Cooke H. Birchin.
Winter W. L. Albion-place, stationer, lane, Dec. 22. Cramp R. Great Mary-le(Flashman, Ely-place). Woodman R. bone-street, Dec. 22. Vere-street, oil and colourman, (Mills, Ditchfield J. Newgate-street, Nov. 24. Vine-street). White W. Southampton Dixon J. W. Crescent, Minories, Nov. 27. row, baker, (Gregory, Clement's-Inn). Davis P. Manchester, Nov 90. Dadds J. Wigglesworth J. Township of North Bier- Crown-street, Newington butts, Dec. I. Jey, Yorkshire, coton-manufacturer, (Edge, Dowland W. Devizes, Dec. 4. Dartnell King's-Bench Walk). Waison J. Watson W. George yard, Lombard-street, Dec. 7. J. jun. Watson J. and Ainsworth D. Pres. Dennington N. jun. Loddon, Norfolk, ton, cotton-spinners, (Milne and Co. Old Dec. 9. Dodd J. Pall-mall, Dec. 19. Jewry). Watmargh R. and Clapham R. Dobson J. Ratcliffe-Highway, Dec. 19. W. Liverpool, soap-boilers, (Blackstock, M'Evoy M. Piccadilly, Nov. 24 Elsom St. Mildred 's-court). Webster J. Man- R. Church-row, Newington, Dec. 5. Ed. chester, painter, (Shephard and Co. Bed- wards J. and Manvell G. Caie-Coch, Fliniford-row). Watson J. jun. and Caiterall shire, Dec. 12. Evans G. Westhoughion, P. Preston, cotton-spinners, (Milne and Lancashire, Dec. 15. Co. Old Jewry). Wood R. and Liddall T. Foster S. Elm, Isle of Ely, Nov. 18. Barnsley, linen-manufacturers, (Bartlett, Gulley J. Frome Selwood, Nov. 23. Bartholomew-close) Wags'aff J. Wag- Green W. We thoughton, Dec. 1. Glo. staff J. and Wagstaff R. Glossop, Derby ver C. Albemarle-street, Dec. 1. Green shire, coiton-spinners, (Duckworth and wood S. Newman-street, Oxford-street, Co. Manchester). Woodman J. Top. Dec. 1. Garrod J. Orford, Suffolk, Dec. sham, mallster, (Williams and Co. Lin. 5. Gardner H. St. John ireet, Dæ. 15.
Hope W. Manchester, Nov. 18. Ha- street, Southwark, Dec. 12. Powell W. milton G. Calcutta, East Indies, Dec. 5, Brecon, Dec. 12. Pascoe J. PlymouthHolloway W. Dursley, and Greening T. dock, Dec. 12. Page J. W. Wood-street, Cam, Gloucestershire, Dec. 7. Hanson J. Dec. 15. Presgrave E. Spalding, Jan. 30. Salehurst, Sussex, Dec. 8. Huddleston J. Read A. Lower East-Smithfield, Nov. Leicester, Dec. 18.
SO. Rawlinson R. Liverpool, Dec. 7. Red. Islip T. Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland, path J. Deptford-bridge, Dec. 15. Rutt Nov. 12 and Jan. 6. Jones H. Cow-lane, T. Dalston, Dec. 19. Richards R. MillSnow-hill, Dec. 1. Johnson W. C. and lane, Tooley-street, Dec. 22. Wiltshire J. Huntingdon, Dec. 1. Jones Stevens J. Reading, Nov. 16. Suter J. M. and Jones E. Wrexham, Dec. 3. East Retford, Nov. 28. Swan J. WapJohnson J. Holborn-Hill, Dec. 5. Jame- ping Wall, Nov. 28. Shaw T. Chelmsson R. Ironmonger-lane, Dec. 12. John- ford, Dec. 1.
Smith H., Birmingham, stone A. and Nainby J. Finch-lane, Dec. Dec. 1. Smith R. Williton, Somerset, 19. Johnson C. Great Stambridge, Essex, Dec. 2. Sayles M, Hancock J. and Sayles Dec 23.
W. Sheffield, Dec. 4. Stracy F. Windsor, Kelland W. Exeter, Nov. 17. King J. Dec. 5. Shaw J. Newgate-street, Dec. 5. and W. E. St. Paul, Covent-gard. n, Dec. Shakeshaft J. jun. Widegate-street, Dec. 5. 5. King W. Stamford, Dec. 19. Kray F. Smith B. York, Dec. 14. Simmons J. Stanhope-street, Clare-market, Dec. 19. Simmons M. and Simmons W. Liverpool,
Langshaw R. Chester, Dec. 1. Lewis Dec. 15. Slater T. Leicester, Dec. 19.
jun. Spilsby, Lincolnshire, Dec. 6. Lee Saxby H. Charlton, Dec. 19. Spearing J. P. South Shields, Dec. 5. Leach T. Brighthelmstone, Dec. 19. Stocqueler J. Grace's-alley, Wellclose-square, Dec. 5. C. Abchurch-lane, Dec. 19. Sibbald A. Lindsay P. Greenwich, Dec. 19. Leith Wapping-street, Dec. 22. Senior J. W. Rochester, Dec. 12. Lees W. Liver. Broad-court, Drury-lane, Dec. 29. pool, Dec, 14.
Thomas J. Manchester, Nov. 30. TicMitchell W. Merthyr Tydvil, Glamor- ken W. Marlow Bridge, Berkshire, Dec. ganshire, Nov. 16.
Meredith E. Black- 8. Tite T. Daventry, Dec. 15. Tukę J. moor-street, Nov. 27. Marriott T. King. B. Beverley, Dec. 18. street, Dec. 2.
Macnamara R Rodney Vetch J. George-yard, Lombard-street, Street, Pentonville, Dec. 2. Mullett T. Nov. 14. Vaughan R. Fore-sireet, Dec. 1. St. Pancras, Dec. 5. Morley J. Steward Walters T. Shadwell, Nov. 21. Wal. stone, Essex, Dec. 15. Maltby B. and G. ford J. Lion-square, Nov. 21. Wilkins T. Old Jewry, Dec. 15.
jun. St. Alban's, Nov. 24. Walters J. Norman J. F. Bristol, Nov 26. Nuttell Sturminster Newton, Dorsetshire, Nov. 27. J. Kingston-upon-Hull, Dec. 4.
Wilson W. Greenwich, Nov. 3. WhiteOwen J. Holborn, Nov. 24. Osburn head J. Church-street, Surrey, Nov. 30. F. G. Pontefract, Dec. 14.
Wicks W. Oxford-street, Dec. 2. WalParry J. and Pickman J. Deptford, ler J. M. and M. Hightown, Yorkshire, Nov. 24. Pringle S. C. Newcastle. Dec. 14. Williams M. Milk-street, Dec. upon-Tyne, Nov. 24. Priestley G. Leeds, 15. Wood J. Hexham, Dec. 18. WhiteNov. 26. Pritchard J. S. Wigmore-street, lock E. Queen's-row, Pentonville, Dec 29. Nov. 28. Phillips B. and Bacon W. Ewer. Wardell G. Mansell-strect, Feb. 6.
PRICES OF CANAL, DOCK, FIRE-OFFICE, WATER WORKS,
and BREWERY SHARES, &c. &c. at the Office of Messrs. L.
Wolfe and Co. No. l, Shorter’s-court, Throgmorton-street. London Dock Stock, 112i. per Cent. Eagle ditto ditto, 10s. per ditto East-India ditto, 1231. per Cent.
Rock Life Assurance, 78. per ditto West-India ditto, 1501. per Cent.
East London Water-works, 55l. per Share Commercial Dock Shares, 201. per Cent. Prem. Premium
West Middlesex ditto, 201. ditto ditto Grand Junction Canal, 901. per Share South London ditto, 1551. per share Grand Surrey ditto, 451. per ditto
Golden-lane Brewery, 941. ditto Imperial Fire Insurance, 11l. per Cent. Weston-street or Southwark ditto, 221. per Prem.
share Globe Fire and Life ditto, 1121. per Cent. London Institution, 901. per share. Prem.
Commercial Road, 1161. per Cent. Albion ditto ditto, 31 per Cent. Prem. Monmouthshire Canal, 901. per share. Hope ditto ditto, 21. per Share Prem.
MONTHLY REPORT OF THE STATE OF COMMERCE.
London, 20th November, 1807. NHE ports of Portugal being now completely shut against us, several vessels have
u Minstrel sloop of war, having found the ports completely shut : it is, however, fortunate for the British factory, that the Prince Regent gave them timely notice, whereby they have not only got safe home, but likewise brought home their entire property from that country. The last three fleets brought into our market and thuse of the out-ports, upvards of 16,000 pipes of Port Wine, about 3,500 pipes of Lisbon and Calcasella, with immense quantities of Brazil Cotton Wool, - Indigo, Drugs, &c. &c. In the foul, unmade-up way that those wines were shipped, it will take full twelve months ere they can be offered for sale, and although the trade of Portugal may be considered at an end, still their wines, like the Sherrys of Spain, will find their way into our market without any additional advance in the prices.
Several ships from Holland have lately entered at our Custom-House, and brought over large quantities of merchandize usually imported by us from Hamburgh : this is a proof of the futility of Bonaparte's commercial speculations, like that of his lately telling us, that if we eracuated Zealand, the Baltic would be shut against us during the war," forgetting that there was such a communication with the Baltic as the Great Belt, the bearings and soundings of which, no doubt, Admiral Keats has already made himself master of, so as to inform our navigators of the best method of passing it; and it appears, that with all the Emperor's artifices he cannot persuade Alexander to go to war with us. The French congratulate themselves with our losing the trade with Buenos Ayres, and say that they will now have an opportunity of superseding that host of goods (in which they particularly enumerate Irish Linens) which the English would export thither; and they boast that the French manufactures will bear no small share of preference.
We are sorry to say that the Sugar market remains in the same dull state as before, as also does that of Coffee, Cotton, and all kinds of West India produce; however, a few large public sales have been made since our last report, amounting to 6756 hhds, Sugar, which sold from 52s. to 61s. per Cwt. about 1265 and 1423 bags of Coffee, from 70s. to 120s. per Cwt.
A small Aeet of four East Indiamen are just arrived, namely, the Lord Eldon and Fortune from Bengal; and Lord Keith and Ocean from Bengal and Bencoolen; their cargoes are as follows:
COMPANY'S GOODS. Saltpetre bags 7,050 cwt. 9,400 | Hemp
bales 96 cit. 254 Sugar
Ibs. 1,450,811 Coffee
PRIVILEGE GOODS. Cotton bales 1,190 | Cotton Thread
bales 6 Piece goods do. 4 Gum Arabic
chests 177 Vermillion
pipes 17 Camphor do. 26
la pipes 7 Indigo chests 1,462 | Sal Ammoniac
chests 23 Raw Silk bales 150 Rice
bags 973 Hides
S bags 71 boxes
chests 63 Besides several parcels of goods, the particulars of which are not yet known.
The Court of Directors of the United Company of Merchants of England, trading to the East Indies, do hereby declare, that they will put up to sale the following, viz.
Privilege, 6016 bales, more or less, cotton wool.-Private trade, 786 bales cotton wool, on Friday 27th Noveinber. Prompt 19th March, 1808.
Company's, 37,000 cwt. more or less, sugar, on Tuesday 1st December, 1807; at twelve o'clock. Prompt 8th January, 1808,
Company's damaged coast piece-goods, on Wednesday, 16th Dec. 1807. Promp! 19th March, 1808.
London, 20th November, 1807. CURRENT PRICES OF MERCHANDIZE. 1. S. d. I.
1. .. d. American Pot-ash cwt. 2 10 0 to 3 2 6 Logwood Chips ....Inn 11 10 0 12 00 Pearl
2 14 0 3 10 0 Madder, Dutch crop cwt. 4 5 0 - 5 5 0 Barilla
2 12 0
1 2 Brandy, Coniac
1 2 0fOak plank, Dantz. last 11 00-12 0 0 Spanish
0 19 0
0 0 American, none Camphire, refined ....lbo 48 0 4 10 Oil, Lucca 25-gal.jar 16 160-17'10 0
- unrefined ....cwt. 15 0 0 -20 0 0 - spermaceti., ton 85 0 0 -90 00 Cochineal, garbled....b.
...... 23 0 0
-25 00 East India
0 2 6 0 5 31 Florence chest 2 17 0 3 00 Coffee, fine ........cwl. 5 10 0 6 0 0 Pich, Stockholm ..cwt. 0 13 0 0 14 6 ordinary
3 100 4 5 0 Quick:ilver ........16.0 39 0 3 10 Cotton wool, Surinaın...lb. O 19 0 1 11 Raisins, bloon ....Cwt. 4 12 0 7 10 0 Jamaica 0 1.41 0 1 6 Rice, Carolina ........
1 8 0 22 0 Smyrna
0 1 5 0 1 7 Fast-ludia, none
..gal. O 31 -O 4 Currants, Zant .....cwt. 4 00
60 - Leeward I. 0 2 6 0 32 Deals, Danız .piece 1 16 0 - 1 19 0 Saitpetre, La t-Ind. cwt.2 11 0 2 12 0 Petersburgh
5 0 0
0 0 H. 22 Stockholm
Silk, Thrown Italian lb 1 10 0 2 12 6 Elephants' Teeth .30 00 -34 0 0 Silk, Raw ditto
0 17 0 1 19 6 Scrivell .18 0 0 -24 0 0
1 8 0 1 10 6 Flax, Riga .. .ton 6900 70 00 Beng. novi O 14 O 1 60
Petersburgh 72 OO -73 0 0 Organzine 1 90 1 17 0 Galls, Turkey ....cwt. 5 5 0 7 0 0 Tallow, English
cwt.3 8 6 Geneva, Hollands
10 1 2 01 Russia, white ... .3 2 0 English..... 0 3 0 12 0
-yellow ... 3 6 0 Gum Arabic, Turkey cwt. 6 00) -11 15 0 Tar, Stockholm ....bar 1 10 0 1 11 0 Sandrach
6 18 0 9 0 0 Tin in blocks .....cwl. 6 60 · Tragacanth 19 0 0 -20 10 0 Tobacco, Maryl. ....10.0 0 5 0 1 1 Gum Seneca
50 6 60 · Virginia . ....... 0 0 41 0 0 10 Hemp, Riga ...... ton 64 0465 O 0 Wax, Guinea .... cwt. 7 00 10 10 0 Petersburgh .... 64 00 -65 0 0 Whale-fins
......ton 3000 -32 10 (); Indigo, Caracca .......Ib.0 90 0 11 0 Wine, Red port .. pipe 70 00-10000 East-India .....0 3 6 0 12 00 Lisbon
88 00 90 00 Iron, British bars con 15 00 -16 00 Madeira
70 00-120 00 -Swedish 25 00 -26 00 Vidonia
70 00 80 00 -Norway
24 0 0 -25 0 0 Calcavella .....84 095 00 Archangel
25 0026, 00 Sherry .... butt 80 00- 98.00 Lead in pigs ....fod. 30 0 0
..70 00 80 0 0 red ...... ton 28
0 0 -29 00 Claret ...,hogs.5000 90 00 white
48 00 -49 0 0 Yarn, Mohair ......lb. 0 4 0 0 $ 1 N.B. H denotes higher, and L lower, since our last.
COURSE OF EXCHANGE.
Nov. 6. Nov. 10.Nov. 13. 35 91 55 9 35 9 Bilboa
991 391 391 35 1 35 1
401 404 401 11 11 5 11 5 Naples
42 42 34 4 34 684 6 Genoa
02 23 1823 18 23 18 Lisbon
60 CO 60 2 1 24 2 24 2 Oporto
10 60 60 24 2 24 2 24 2
101 294 39] 991 Cork
111 40 40 40 Agio on the Bank of Holland 55 per cent.
PRICES OF BULLION.
Silver in Bars, standard
£4 0 0