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Davidson, G. Snape, Sept. 20 Kirkman, J. Gower-st. Sept. 23 Pope, G. Aston Tirrold, Oct.
Partridge, A. Great Hermitage-st. Dodson, R. Liverpool, Oct. 6 Kemp, W. Bath, Nov. 28
Oct, Davies, B. Cardiff, Oct. 15 King, W. Milborne-port, Oct. IL Palmer, R. Epsom, Oct. 4 Dalgairns, A. and Co. Liverpool, Lewin, B, Bishopsgate-st. Sept. Phillips, d. Langtown, Oct. 16 Oct. 15
Ross, E. Oxford-st. Nov. Eriwards, J. Clare-st. Sept. 16 Lorell, H. B. Cranfield, Sept. 27 Robertson, J. and Co. Lawrence Ellis, S. and Co. Crooked-la. Lonsdale, G. B. Great Lettuce-la. Pountney-la. Nov. 8 Oct. 11
Rapsey, J. Fleet st. Oct. 18 Eyles, W. Cirencester, Sept. 30 Love, C. Old Bond-st. Nov. Radcliffe, A. Swansea, Oct. 10 Evans, H. Fishguard, Oct. 14 Laugher, H. Birminghain, Oct. 6 Rice, L. Leicester, Oct. 14 Farthing, J. St. John-st. Oet. 11 Machon, G. Shettield, Sept. 19 Spiers, J. Birmingham, Sept. 90 Fles, L. 1. Bury-co. Sept. 27 Moye, R. Sloane-st. Sept. 16 Sweet, M. Somerset, Sept. 11 Fisber, W. Cambridge, Sept. 20 Martin, C, Brecon, Sept. 16 Shepherd, W. Great Bedwin, Sept. Farnell, M. Leicester, Sept. 30 Mugridge, T. and' E. King's', 30 Finley, 'T. H. Whittle, Nov. 19 Lynn, Sept. 27
Stevens, W. Dorset, Sept. 89 Grafton, E. Liverpool, Sept. 18 Mann and Co. Warwick, Sept. 22 Swann, J. Birmingham, Oct. 4 Grinsted, C. and Co. Horsham, Mealtjard, J. West-orchard, Sept. St. Barbe, K. Cock-la. Oct. 11
Stevens, J. and Co. New Sarum, Gray, E. and Co. Newgate-st. Maton, W. New Sarum, Sept. 95 Oct. 7
Mackenzie, J. Old City.chambers, Sharples, J. Blackburn, Oct. 11 Gilpin, J. Syresham, Sept. 29 Sept. 23
Smith, W. Horton, Oci. 14 Garrs, W. Grossington, Oct. 3 : Malleson, J. K. Sweeting's-alley, Sargeant,B. Kingston-opon-Thames George, J. Monmouth, Oct. 4. Sept. 9
Nov. 11 Gillbee, N. Denton, Oct. 7 Machin, s. Lincoln, Sept. 27. Sherrington, H. and Co. Lancashire, Garrard, W. Laxfield, Nov. 8 Martin, T. and Co. Bristol, Sept. Nov. 19 Hagedorn, J. P. H. Old Broad-st. 29
Tuesley, W. H. High-street, Sept. Sept. 17
Millers, M. C. Liverpool, Oct. 1 27 Harrison, J. London, Sept. 16 Machell, R. Dewsbury, Sept. 20 Temple, S. Jarrow, Oct. 14 -Higginson, H. Finsbury-sq. Sept. Mummery, M. and Co. Margate, Taylor, S. Birmingham, Oct. 6
Tate, J. Whitehaven, Oct. 10 Herbert, T. Hanway-st. Sept. 16 Matthews, W. Stone, Oct. 6 Tuesley, H. High-street, Oct. 7 Hounsell, A. Benton, Bradstock, Montgomery, J. and Co. Liver. Turner, R. Faversham, Oct. 18 Sept. 29 pool, Oct. 16
Tripp, J. Bristol, Oct. !3 Hornsey, M. York, Oct. 27 Martin, B. Maidstone, Oct. 18 Tuesley, W. H. High-st. Oct. 1 Harvey, J. Weymouth, Oct. 6 Newnum, J. Portslade, Sept. 18 Ulrich, G. Croydon, Sept. 16 Hirse,"' T. and Co. Heckmond. Nesbitt, 's. Bishopsgate-st. Oct. Velvin, J. Bradford, Sept. 24 wike, Oct. 9
Wood, W. Monythusloyne, Sept. Howett, J. St. Martin's-la. Oct. Nicholls, W. Piccadilly, Sept. 20 18 11 Newman, T. St. Ives, Sept. 23
White, J. Wood-st. Sept. 24 Herbert, T. Hanway-st. Sept. 30 Noble, M, Battersea, Sept. 30 Wibberly, J. and Co. Nottingham, Hii, M. Gainsburgh, Oct. 16 Newcombe, T. Stroud, Nov. 13 Sept. 22 Howells, H. Mill-bank, Oct. 17 Neave, T. and Co. Breikton, Williams, s. Coleman-st. Sept. 9 Harrison, T. Northshields, Oct. Oct. 9
Wilkinson, R. and Co. Stocktoa, 23 Nowell, N. Charles-st. Oct. 11
Oct. 4 Jackson, J. and Co. Dowgate. Nesbitt, J. and Co. Aldermanbury, Whitmarsh, T. New Sarum, Oei. wharf, Sept. 30 Oct. 18
10 Jones, W. Oswestry, Sept. 30 Orton, T. Liverpool, Oct. 11 Woolliscroft, R. and Co. Man. Jameson, J. and Co. Little Queen- Piper, W. Hammersmith, Sept.. chester, Oct. 11 st. Nov. 14
Younghusband, T. and Co. New. Jones, T, Exeter, Oct, 18
Pellowe, R. Falmouth, Sept. 16 gate-st. Sept. 16 Jackson, W. and Co. Newcastle. Parker, R. Manchester, Oct. 6 Young, S. Sheffield, Sept. 4 upon Tyne, Oct. 14
Prentice, J. Shabbington, Oct. 2
AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CERTIFICATES,
FROM TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, TO TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1817. RLAND, F. B. Torkington, Sept. 16 Day, W. Providence-bu. Oct, 14 Pearson, J. Woombwell, Sept. 27 Bourne, E. Burslem, Sept. 16 Elliott, J. Middleton, Sept. 20 Probert, J. Artillery-pl. Oct. 4 Britten, G. Bath, Sept. 20 Evans, R. Dattield, Sept. 27 Ravenscraft, S. Serle.street, Sept. Previtt, W. Darleston, Sept. 20 Fisher, W. Union-pl. Sept. 27
23 Benson, S. Hounsditch, Sept. 90 Green, J. Margaret-st. Sept. 20 Rainsford, C. East Hannay, Oct. Butt, E. Rotherbithe-wall, Sept. Green, J. Wych-st. Sept. 20
Green, W. Albion pl. Oct. 7 Richards, S. Liverpool, Oct. 14 Banks, G. Plymouth-dock, Sept. Greenwood, W. Hawksclough, Oct. Sherwin, J. Burslem, Sept. 16 27
Sanderson, R. Achlam-upoa-theBroadbelt, R. Yorkshire, Oct. 7 Hill, W. Birmingham, Sept. 7 Wolds, Sept. 16 Briddon, 8. Manchester, Oct. 7 Hurren, J. Cracfield, Oct. 7 Stevens, W. Bristol, Sept. 2 Barton, J. West-cawr, Oct. 11 Hardern, D. Macclesfield, Oct. 7 Smith, C. M. Clare-st. Sept. 30 Blackburn, P. Plymouth, Oct. 11 Hoseason, W.Jamaica, Oct. 7, Stanshil, A. Birmingham, Oct. 4 Blaney, D. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Herd, J. Liverpool, Oct.; Sheppard, R. Frome, Selwood, Oct. 14 Harris, J. juu. Beauinaris, Oct. 14
Oct. 4 Bust, J. Aston, Warwickshire, Oct. Jackson, G. jun. Bishopsgate-st. Smith, H. and Co. Manchester, 14 Sept. 23
Oct. 7 Crook, J. Bolton, Sept. 20 Janson, J. C. St. Swithin's-la. Sandmark, A. Mark-la. Oct. 11 Colbeck, and Co. Westhouse, Oct. 7
Sadler, F. Wilinslow, Cheshire, Sept. 20
Jenkins, J. Birmingham, Oct. Il Oct. 14 Cont, J. Crown-st. Sept. 2 Murrell, W. Skinner-st. Sept. 23 Taylor, e. Yorkshire, Oct. 11 Crose, J. Chesterton, Oci. 4 Muir, A. Leeds, Sept. 30 Wright, T. Stourport, Sept. 2 Cuff, A. Barking, Oct. 4
Murch, W. Totness, Oct. 7 Warren, J. Suffolk-st. Sept. 10 Curry, T. North Shields, Oct. 14 Manler, G. H. Chester, Oct. 11 Woodl, M. Myton, Sept. 23 Coppin, E. Sarth Shield3, Oct. 14 Martin, F. Throgmorton-st. Oct. 11 Webber, R. Lansport, Sept. 23 Critchlow, W. Liverpool, Oct, 14 May, W. Crispiest. Oct. 14 Williams, L. Bristol, Oct. 4 De Wint, H. Stvac, Stafford, Nunn, R. Preston, Sept. 30 Weldon, J. Castle co. Oct. Il Sept. 90
Phillip, D. Fenchurch-st. Sept. so Yones, T. Weston, Sept, zu Dion, R. Bourdcau, Sept. 57 Pappa, G. Bristol, Supt. 27
DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP,
FROM TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, TO TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1817. ANCOTT, T. and Holmes, J. Derby, pin-manufac- Holmes, I. and Beaumon, J. Hepworth, Yorkshire, turers.
clothiers. Anthony, R. and Colls, E. Norfold, brandy.mer. Higson, J. and Atkinson, F. R. Manchester, attor. chants.
nies. Bescoby, F. and Straw, R. Lincoln, carpenters. Hawkes, T. Hawkes, G. W. and Malonck, J. M. Batt, W. and Allen, C. Maidenhead, Berks, tanners,
Liverpool, merchants. Brown, R. and Lewis, J. Botolph-la. ironmongers. Johnson, A. and Newberry, J. Sution-st, Soho.sg. Burn, J. and Willoughby, J. Manchester, merchants. smiths. Bootevile, W. H. and Norton, T. F, London, silver- Kingdon, A. and Gillmore, M. Wantage, Berks, smiths.
haberdashers, Bit), J. and Seagar, R. Fakenham, Worcester, bute Kendrick, F. and Tyndale, G. Aldgate, linen-drapers. chers.
Lardner, W. and Russell, J. Birmingham, surgeons. Bickers, J. and W. London-bridge, Southwark. Middleton, J. and Bailey, J. Lambeth, surveyoft. Bock, W. and Cattell, J. Wood-st. ribbon-manufac. · Maddox, T. and Sanderson, M. Chelsea, coal-roete turers.
chants. Chittleburgh, D. and 1. D. Norwich, saddlers. Morris, J. and Williams, W. Liverpool, mlllers. Collingwood, E. and W, Lamb's conduit-st, buta Mottram, J. and Burnege, T. Lancashire, tanners. chers.
Oldham, C. and Brown, W. Macclesfield, silk-ma. Carter, J. and J. F. Royal-exchange, stationers.
nufacturers. Cohen, H. Isaacs, M. Henriques, M. and Cohen, H. Pearson, J. and Price, R. cotton.dealers. jan. Coleman st.
Parkin, J. Noit, J, and Bale, J. Whitechapel-road, Cartwright, T. E. and Finlow, R. Liverpool, attor- grocers.
Platt, R. and J. Cateaton-st. warehousemen. Conder, S. Jones, M. C. and Kingsbury, T. St. Parrish, J. and W. Stroud, Gloucestershire, dyers. Paul's church-yard, stationers.
Rigby. W. Williamson, W. and Hancock, W. Cole, M. Hadlay, N. and Simpkin, C. Peter, Buckley Mountain, brick-manufacturers. borough, Northampton, bankers.
Rickett, E. and Robertson, G. Brokers’-row, Moor Clarkson, J. and Smith, J. Brewers and Chester fields, brokers. Quays, lightermen.
Richardson, W. and Heyes, R. Bedford, Lancaster, Campbell, J. H. Campbell, J. K. and Hart, s. New fustian-manufacturers. Bond-st. tailors.
Russell, R. Brook, C. Cole, J. and Perring, P. ExeDaniel, G. and Shelley, T. Manchester, merchants.. ter. Dyson, G. and Dixon, J. Savage-gard. corn-factors, Swetnam, J. and R. Dalton Travers, spirit-merDavies, E. and Gordon, J. Little Bolton, tobacco. chants. manufacturers.
Sloane, J. Crossley, J. and Careless, W. High-st. Eastgate, R. and Ward, T. York, linen-manufactu, Borough, cheesemongers.
Snell, R. Snell, R. jun. and Snell, W. Paddington, Foulks, R. Foulks, I. Roper, J. and Earl, W. wharfingers.
Wirksworth, Derby, bobbin-lace-manufacturers. Surilen, W. and Walmsley, G. Bermondsey, mast. Ferrand, S. and Lee, J. jun. Bradford, York, woulo makers, staplers.
Schuheld, J. and Turner, J. Bury, Lancaster, cot: Fernihough, J. Atherton, $. and Fernihoogh, J. ton-spinners.
Liverpool, tobacco and snuff manufacturers. Strachan, W. Marwood, R. Helsby, T. Helsby, J. G.
dealers. George, G. and G. M. Frome Selwood, Somerset, Saltmarsh, J. and Brooker, J. Brighton, carvers. clothiers.
Tait, T. and Harman, A. Croydon, Surrey, and Gilgresi, B. and Swainson, E. Liverpool, chemists, Westerham, Kent, blinkers. Glover, W. and J. Nottinghani, hosiers.
Tinker, P. and T. Heporth and Kirkburton, York, Grover, J. and G. Greek-st. Sobo, pawnbrokers. woollen-manufacturers. Grant, C. and Smith, M. Norwich, woollen.dra- Thompson, W. and Pettit, J. Stoke Newington, pers.
school.mnasters. Harrison, J. Harrison, J. $. and Harrison, G. A. Thirlby, W. Thirlby, B, and Robinson, T. Ibstock, Camomile-st. Bishopsgate-st. merchants.
Leicestershire, manufacturers of bobbin-twist.nett. Hopwood, J. Steel, J. and hindley, J. Pilsworth, Told, J; Shelly: T. and Laidler R. Berwick-uponLancaster, fax-spinners.
Tweed, woollen-drapers. Hase, J. sen. and jun. Tamworth, Warwick, and
Thorley, !: Cape, T. P. D. and Hodgkin, O. Man. Stafford, mercers.
chester,! Irish linen merchants. Hardwick, 9. and Oliver, T. Birmingham, builders.
Thorne, J; Thorne, T. and Markeer, J. Bristol, linca. Hollands, D. F. and Sando, T. Bermondsey, barge- drapersa builders.
Wyatt, W; and Richardson, G. New Sarum, linenHodgson, W.T. and Coward, S. Darfeld, Yorkshire.
drapers, Hiod, B. and. Webster, R. Nottingham, coal and Willetts, B. and Holden, M. apa H. Wednesbury, iron merchants.
Ssafordshire, gun-makers. Haywood, E. and Malleson, H. Abcharch-yard, Willains, R. H. F. and Rawlinson, A. Cross-st. tondon, cuppers.
Finsbury.sq. wine-merchants. Holland, ś. p. and Wallis, J. Worcester, hop.mer- Walker, T. and Palmer, W. Lyme, Dorsetshire, chants.
coal-merchants. Ho sell, W. and Rawson, J. Birmingham, gan. Williams, R. and Evenden, w. Bethersden, Kent makers.
tailors. Henry, A. jan, and Magoffier, J. Manchester and Willacy, A. and J. Liverpool, conpers. Philadelphia,
Wilkinson, T. Rowlatt, J. Grueher; 5: H. Wilkin. Harrison, T. and W. Leeds, spirjt-merchants.
son, R. and Suggett, G. Barbican, merchants.
LIST OF PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS, &c.
CHARLES ATTWOOD, of Bridge-st. Blackfriars, of Wallbrook, London, Gentleman; for a new London, Window-glass Manufacturer; for a certain ornamental surface to merals or metallic composi. improvement or iniprovements in the manufacture tions. Dated August 5, 1817.
of window.glass, of the kind or description com
moniy wronght or fabricated into crown-glass, or German sheet glass; and also in certain process or processes in the manufacture of crowu glass. Dated Aug 5, 1811.
GEORGE STRATTON, of Piccadilly, Middlesex, Ironmonger, for a method of saving fuel, by imprivements in tire places, and more effectually lipating and ventilating buildings. Daled Aug. "
17. JOHN HAWKS, of Gatesivad. Durham, Iron. founder; for a method of making iron rails, to be used in the construction of railways.
ated Aug. 5, 1817.
LUDVIG GRANHOLM, of Foster.la. London, Capain in the Royal Navy of Sweden; for a method or methods, process or processes, nican or meals of preserving such animal and vegetable products or substances, separately or mixed together, as are fit for the food of man, and for such a length of time as to render them fit for slips and garnisun stures. Dated Aug. 5, 1817.
ANTHONY HILL, of Plymouth Tron-worbis, Glamorganshire, Iron master; for improvements in the working of iron. Dated 1u5. 5, 1017.
JOHN DICKINSON, of Nash Mill, Abbotts Langley, Hertfordshire, Esquire; for a method of ininu. facturing, by means of machinery, paper for coppera plate printing: also paper for writing, draving, letterpress printing, and of a thicker sort for boards, and similar in texture and substance to card-boards or paste boa ds, and certain improvements in his patent machinery for manufacturing and cutting paper. Dated Aug. 5, 1817. DENNIS M' CARTHY, of Little Compton-st. St. Ann's, Soho, Middlesex, Gentleman; for cer. tain improvements on ploughs of various descrip. tions. Dated Aug. 5, 1917.
JOHN PERKS, of Carey-st. St. John's, Westmin. ster, Engineer; for improvements in the appa atus for manufacturing, purifying, and storing gas. Dated Aug. 5, 1817.
THOMÅS TAFT, of Birmingham, Warwickshire, Saddler, whip-maker, and bridle-cutter; for an improvement in bridle bits and leather sliding loop, to act with reins and bits. Dated Aug. 5, 1817.
SAMUEL MERSEY the younger, of Long Acre,
St. Martin in the Fields, Middlesex, Laceman; for a mode or method of wearing, making, and mano. facturing of livery lace and coach lace. Dated Aug. 7, 1817
EDMUND RICHARD BILL, of Albany Mills, Albany, Surrey, Paper Manufaeturer, for a method of inanufacturing paper, of superior strength and durability, for bills or notes, or other uses, requis ing strength. Dared Aug. 9, 1817.
EDWARD BIGGS, of Birmingham, Warwick shire, Brass-founder; for improvements in the method of making or manufacturing pans and slails of various kinds. Dated Aug. 19, 1817.
JAMES BOUNSALL, of Crown-street, Old-street Roa i, Shorediach, Middlesex, Tailor; for improve ments in the inachinery used for larring, reeling, and twisting of yaru, and forming the lissimos of
trands of cables, or other cordage, and manufactar. ing rope of every size. Daled Aug. 12, 1817.
WILLIAM GILDART and JOHN SERTANT, both of Leeds, Yorkshire, House-carpenters, and Co-partners; for improvements in mangles. Dated Aug. 12 1817.
JEPTHA AVERY WILKINSON, late of New York in the l'nited States of America, but now residing in Corent Garden, Middlesex, Esquire; far
improvements in the application of machinery for the purpose of manufacturing of wrasers' reeds by wat. r or other pover. Dated Aug. 23, N17.
GEORGE MÈDHURST, of Denmark-st. Sr. Giles in the Freids, Middlesex, Engineer; for an arrangenent of implements to form certain apparatus, which he denominates the Hydraulic Falance, applicable to mechanical and hydraulic pungses. Dated Aug. 25, 1817.
JOH. JAMES ALEXANDER MAC CARTHY, of Millbak-street, Westminster; for a road or way for passere across rivers, creeks, and waters, and from shere to shore thereof, without stoppage or impediment to the constant navigarion thereof, and across ravins, fissures, cletts, and chasins; and for a method or inethods of constructing arches or aper. tures for the running and flowing of water through the same, or under bridges, to be used and applied in the construction of ihe betore inentinned roads or way, or otherwise. Dated Aug, 26, 1817.
VARIATIONS OF BAROMETER, THERMOMETER,&c. at Nine o'clock A.»,
By T. BLUNT, Matheinatical Instrument Maker to his Majesty, No. 22, CORŠRILL.
18171 BaromTher. Wind looser. 1817 Baromi'her. Wind Obser. Aug.26 29.12 58 S Rain Sept. 10 30.06 / 59, NE
Fair 27 29.23 59 WSW Fair
11 30.10 60 NE Ditto
13 30.06 63 ENE Ditto 30 29.91 61 SW Ditto
129.92 | 39 NE Rain 30 29.98 63 SW Ditto
15 30.08 62
NE Fair Sept. 1 30.11 62 SW Ditto
16 30.12 65
e Ditto 2 30.11 59 SE Ditto
17 30 05 63
NE Ditto 3 29.93 65 SSE Ditto
18 29.69 62
20 30 07 60 NW Ditto
21 30.05 61 N Ditto
29) 29.92 53 N Ditto
LONDON MARKETS, Sept. 16, 1817. COTTON.-There continues to be great Minas 2s. to 2s. 14d.; 220 Pernambuco Ss. speculation in Bengai Cottons, above 5000 2d, to 28. 3d.; 67 Carriacou 2s, 04d. to 2s. bags were purchased last week; nearly 02d.; 55 Demerara 2s. to 4s. Old; a fer the whole, we understand, intended for Jamaicas 23 d. to 25.; and 70 Suarts 16d. resale; the prices realized 12d, to 14d.
to 19. Tbe other sales of the week were-450 SUGAR.--Thie de mand for Muscovades
continued brisk and extensive; the prices The demand for Refined goods both for gradually advancing, and towards the close shipment, and on speculation has been ex. of the market there was such an extensive tensive; the advance of 2s. ,to 3s. was request, that the prices realized were realised; the exporters evinced much dis. fully 23. above the currency of Tuesday position to secure goods, and the request is last; it was calculated that above 11,500 likely to continue, on account of the spipcasks of Muscovades changed hands during ping season; the supply of goods continue the week.
quite inadequate to the demand; the purA very brisk Sugar market was anti- chases of Lumps and crushed Sugars were cipated this forenoon; the purchasers came very extensive. early forward, and the first sales were atan The great advance in raw. Sugars has advance of Is. to 25. on Friday's prices ; as occasioved the Refiners to demand again the day advanced, the demand again bę. a farther advance this forenoon; there are came general and extensive, and at the no Jumps offering under 113s; Molasses close of the market a rise of 2s. to 3s. have been sold at 40s., but there is no on Friday's, and 4s. to 55. op last Tuesday's briskness in the demand, and it is already prices were fully realized; many par- evident that the great rise io refined goods cels taken on speculation last week have has checked the request, which was very been resold to-day at an advance of 3s. to extensive. 4s. per cwt. The stock of Sugars yester
The demaod for Havannah and Brazils day, on a comparison with the quality has been very considerable, yet there are of last year, 15,600 casks less, and it is scarcely any of either description on sale; calculated that the great proportion of the any parcels offering would realize prices 25 Sugar crop is shipped previous to the 1st. of to 3s. higher; the Sugars at the late India August, ou account of the winter premium sales have been sold at 3s. to 4s, advance, of Insurance commencing from that day: it but much higher prices are now demanded. is estimated at the highest, that the number COFFEE.-The prices of Coffce deto be expected to sail before that day, clined 2s. per cwt. last week; the demand cannot exceed 40 vessels and on average continued consinerable until Thursday, they will not bring 400 casks each (indeed when two very extensive public sales were the greater proportion will not average brought forward ; the request became imso high); the arrivals may then be 16,000 mediately languid, and every description casks, which, added to the presept, will of Jamaica Coffee went off at 2s. lower; make a very deficient supply (even if the the Dutch, of wbich the supply at market after shipments should be considerable), was very plentiful, sold at a greater depresfor the usual consumption of the country, sion; but though the quantity brought and for the extensive export demand, both forward was extensive, the greater proporof which will no doubt greatly exceed last tion was not clean--good ordinary Havanyear, the deliveries generally exceeding nah 92s. and 938.; common quality sold 4000 casks weekly. These inducements, 89s. and 89s. 6d., which had formerly and the great plenty of money, have occa. realised 92s, and 93s.' sioned very extensive speculations, yet we TOBACCO.-There is no general de. have always seen the high price of Sugar, mand for Tobacco. Several orders for or other articles, immediately affected the export are received, but we belicve limited consumption. The advances of Muscovades as to price; the only purchase since Tueswithin the last 10 days is 9s. to 103. per cwt. day last is a cargo of Virginia Tobacco
There was a public sale of Barbadoes at 5ls, per 100lb, manifest weight. Sugar brought forward this forenoon, it RICE.-There wers 2000 bags East consisted of 207hhds. 32 tierces; the whole India Rice brought forward on Friday, by went off freely much about the advance public sale, the whole went of freely at of the inarket prices of Sugar, about 8s. 255. 6d. and 2hs.; the quality was very per cwl, above last sale prices—fine yellow good : the demand for Rice for exportation in last sale going off at 83s, and 8's.; the has not been so brisk as formerly. same quality sold this forenoon at 91s. to INDIGO.--The holders of Indigo de92$ ; the greater proportion 988. to 91s. clined selling at the former prices; so 6.; only one lot sold so low as 87s. 6d. extensive a quantity being withdrawn from being washed Sugars ; middling white 935. present sale, has had the effect of advanc. to 96s. It becomes dificult to estimate the ing the prices. There are purchasers of total sales this forenoon, as a great propor. last East India parcels of Indigo at Is, tion of the Muscovades sold were in second per lb. premium on the sale prices; the hands, wnich go off without the particulars holders generally are asking 15d. per lb. of price, &c. transpiring; the purchases The contract alluded to last week is stated in first hands, are about 2000 hhds; the to exceed 920,0001. lowest brown Jamaicas are not to be had HEMP, FLAX, and TALLOW.-There under 84s; the other browns 835.; one hos been a great depression in the prices of very low board 82s., which are the lowest Tallow, and the market heavy. The prices Sugars in the market, nearly dabs; the of Hemp and Flax eannot be stated at çbief purchases are 84s, to 923.
28 O a
FROM THE 24TH OF AUGUST, TO THE 22D OP SEPTEMBER, 1817, BOTH INCLUSIVE,
Sept. 15 to 22.
1 1 Flour, Fine, per sack...
00 750 a o'o 75 0 a 0 0 75 0 a 800
700 ., Scotch,
600 a 70 0 55 0 a 65 0 55 0 a 65 0 55 a 65 O Malt
60 0a 84 0 000 a 80 0 60 O & 80 0 60 0 a 800 Pollard
22 O a 28 O 900 a 28 0 22 0 a 28 O 280 & Q Bran
13 0a 14 0 13 0 a 140
19 0 a
140 13 O a 14 0 Mustard, Brown, per bushel.
14 оа 24 O 14 0 a 24 0 0 0 2 0 0 ооз оо White.....
80 a 12 0 SO a 19 0
10 O a
13 O 10 a 13 O Tares
80 a 11 0 80 @ 11 0 80 a 10 O 80 a 100 Turnips, Round.
16 O a
20) O 16 0 2 800 Hemp, per quarter...
80 O a
96 0 SO 0 a 960 Cinque Foil
49 0 28 oa 420
98 0 a
42 O 28 a 42 0 Clover, English, Red, per cwt.
45 0 a 105 O 45 0 a 105 0 45 0 a 105 0 45 0 2 105 O White...............
56 O a 108 O 56 0 a 109 0 56 0 a 108 O 56 0 a 1080 Trefoil
80 a 98 O
99 0 80 a 92 0 80 a 99 0 Rape Seed, per last
46 0 a
46 0 a
00 46 0 a 47 0 Linseed Cakes, per 1000 ...................
12 19 a 0 0 19 12 a 0 0 19 12 a 00 18 18 ao 0 Onions, per bushel
о оао о ооа 0 0 о оа 0 0 o oа оо Potatoes, Kidneys, per ton..........
2 6 a 40 e to a 4
0 2-6 a 40 9 6 a 40
10 & 0 0 Beef
2 4 a 3 4 $ 5a $ 6
3 4 Mutton Nergate & Lead.
2 8 a 9 8 2 10 a
3 10 9 10 a $10 Lamb enhall, per st, of
S 4 & 4 4
9 оа 5 0 3 0 a 5 0 3 4 a 5 4 3 4 & 5 4 Pork
9 4 a 5
98258 Butter, Dublin, percwt.
90 0 a 99 0 90 0 a 02 0 92 0 a 94 0 о оао о Carlow...................
100 0 a 102 O 98 0 a
OU O 100 02 109 0 о оао о
98 O a 1000 103 0 a 0 0 104 0 2 0 0 o oa o о. , York, per firkin..
50 O a
0 O 52 оа о о 52 a 0 0 ооз оо , Cambridge
Se o a
0 0 58 a 0 0 54 0 a 0 0 0 oo o o
0 056 0 a 0 0 00a 0 0 Cheese, Cheshire, Old
84 0 a 90 0 78 0 3 90 0 74 0 a 90 O 0 0a 0. Ditto, New
000 a 74 0 03 0 a 76 0 60 0 a 76.0 0 0 2 0 0 Gloucester, doubled
600 a 70 0 60 0 a 70 0 60 a 70 0 о оао о Ditto, single
48 0 a 54 0 46 0 a 54 0
45 0 a
54 0 o oa o o Dutch
57 0 a 0 O 56 0 a 58 0 56 0 a 58 0 оа оо Hams, Westphalia ...................
o oа о
0 о оа 0 0 0 оа е о 0 оа оо
o оа 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 119 0 a 0 0 0 да оо Bacon, Wiltshire, per stone .........
5 4 2 0 0 5 4 a 0 0
0 0 0 оа оо Irish
5 0 a 0 0 5 оа о о 5 оа о 0 0 оа е о -, York, per cwt.
0 0 о оа 0 0 0 оа о о 0 оа о о Lard..
74 0 a 0 0 600a 0 0 80 оа о 0 0 a 00 Tallow, per cwt.
S 8 6 9 90
110 Ditto, Moulds...
18 6 Soap, Yellow, per cwt........
96 0 Ditto, Mottled
104 0 Ditto, Curded .........
108 0 Starch
4 14 a 0 4 14 a
0 0 4 14 a 0 0 0 оа о о Coals, Newcastle
400 a 44 $7 6 a 45 0 40 6 a 45 6 35 6 a 43 6 Ditto, Sunderland..
38 3 a 40 38 0 a 42 0 39 6 a 43 6 95 6 a 99 6 Kent
16 0 a 20 17 0 a 23 00 оа 0 0 19 0 a 15 15 Hops, in bags Sussex
15 0 a 18 16 0 a 99 0 0 оа 0 0 I1 0 à 16 11 Hay
4 7 6
5 5 0
1 14 0
2 2 0 Hay
4 17 0 Smithfield
4 17 6
4 17 6 Clover........
4 17 0
6 0 0
1 18 0
4 15 0
4 15 0 Clover........
4 150 6 5 0
6 50 averaged
6 5 0
6 5 0 Strak ......
1 18 0
82 49 44
$. 83 51
AVERAGE PRICES OF CORV,
from the Returns received in the Week
44 7 OATS
40 10 AGGREGATE PRICES of BRITISH CORN in SCOTLAND, by the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels,
and of OATMEAL per Boll, of 128 lbs. Scotch Troy, or 140 lbs. Avoirdupois, of the Four Weeks immediately preceding the 15th of Aug. 1817, from the London Gazette of Saturday, Aug. 80. is, Wheat, 675. id. Rye, 60s. 3u. / Barley, 486. 6d. Oats, 40s. 8d. | Beans, 578. lid. Peas, 388. 44. | Oulu meal, 338. 5d. | Beer or Big, 428. u.
Published by Authority of Parliament, WILLIAM DOWDING, Receiver of Corn Returts,
o 10 8
AVERAGE PRICE OF BROWN OR MUSCOVADO SUGAR,
Computed from the Returns made in the Week ending
564, 7d. per cwt.