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Palmer, R. Epsom, Nov. 18 Seabrooke, J. Leadenhall-st. Nov.25 Turner, W. S. Bömley, Dec. 15 Purkiss, W. Portsmouth, Dcc.9
Sampson, J. D. Ipswich, Dec.? Varley, J. Manchester, Nov. 19 Palmer, G. Haselbury, Dec. 3 Surlees, A, and J. and Co. Berwick. Webber, W. Exmenih, Nov. 22 Potter, G. Charing-cross, Dec, 16 upon-Tweed, Dec. 9
Wilson, J. and Co. Cross-st. Nor, Pitt, D, Fenchurch-st. Jan. 24 Shaw, G. Perdleton, Dec. 6 Williams, W. Dorking, Nov. 16 Pierson, T. Star-ct. Feb. 7 Snelson, E. Congleton, Dec. 4 Wilson, R. Bow-church-yd. Nov. 22 Pfeil A. L. and Co. Bishopsgate-st. Stevens, J. and Co. New Sarum, Wilkinson, J jun.Newcastle-uponDec. 16 Dec.s
Tyne, Dec. i Plant, R. Sandford, Dec. 20 Schroder, J. F.jun. Crutched-friars, while, T. jun. and Co. Gr. WinRidicy, G. Tenbury, Dec. 10
chester-st. Nov. 8 Robinson, G. aud Co. Paternoster-Stein, J. Lawrence Pountney-hill, Wilson, J. Cheshunt, Nov. 25 row, Nov. 18
Wright, T. Siourport, Nov. S5 Ransom, C. Salford, Nov. 19 Sizer, G. Holborn-bill, Dec. 27 Whitmarsh, T. New Sarum, Nov. 16 Roberts, J. Buckingham, Nov. 13 Smith, J. Great Marlow, Dec. 13 Wheatley, J. New Windsor, Dec. ? Roxburgli, J. Liverpool, Dec. 5 Shirley, W. and J. Shelton, Dec. 17 Walker, J. East Ardsley, Dec. Rock. J. Wednesbury, Dec. I Smith, J. Bristol, Dec. 9
Winship. T. Gateshead, Dec. 2 Robinson, S. Sculcoates, Dec. 3 Smith, G. Tabernacle-walk, Dec. 16 Wiffin, W. jun. Lavenham, Dec. Robertson, J. Lawrence Pountney. Taylor, J. sen. Old-st. Dec. 13 Worsfold, s. L. Ramsgate, Dec. 6 hill, Jan. 10
Thomas, J.Oxwestry, Dec. 8 Wells, J. and Co. Liverpool, Dec. 9 Robinson, J. Dorking, Dec. 19 Tootal, j. B. Minories, Nne, 09 Weilier, H. London-st. Dec. 5 Ransom, C. Salford, Dec. 94 Thomas, B. Liverpool, Dec. 10 Watt, D. Southwick, Dec. 15 Sundius, C. Devonshire-sq. Nov. 18 Tyerman, J. Bristol, Dec. 18 Worsdale, J. Donington, Dre, 16 Smith, J. Portsmouth, Nov. 21 Taylor, A. North Shields, Dec. 18 Wakeley, H. and Co. Bridgews:er, Standish, L, H. Bishopsgate-st. Thompson, w. jun. Wakefield, Dec. 04 Nov. 29 Dec. 22
Weightman, W. Birmingham, Sherwood, W. Liverpoo!, Nov. 22 Thompson, J. P. Great Newport-st. Dec. 27 Sayer, J. Norwich, Nov. 29
Young, P. & Co, Wapping, Dec. 23 Saunders, W. Bristol, Dec. 6
AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CERTIFICATES,
FROM TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, TO SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1817. BECHER, W. Dorking, Nov. 8 Fickers, T. Taunton, Nov. 20 Mackenzie, C. Delahay-st. Nos. 99 Byers, A. and W. South Shields Fraser, J. Sloane.square, Nov. 22 Moorsom, G. Westoe, Dec. 13 and Mile-end, Nov. 22
Ferreira, F. Bond court, Nov. 25 Aiudford, N. jun. Strand, Dec. 13 Biddle, J. Birminghain, Nov. 22 Farrington, P. Wood-st. Nov. 25 Mercer, W. Lancashire, Dec. 15 Brennan, J. Upper Russell-street, Griffiths, W. jun. Hereford, Nov.29 Neale, J. Wapping wall, Nov. 25 Nov. 82
Gyde, R. Pamswick, Nov. 29 Niven, R. Manchester, Dec. ? Bonsall, R. Broker's-row, Nov. 25 Graves, W. Falconburgh-ct. Nov. 22 Nicholls, T. Bridgenorih, Dec, 16 Bird, J. Brampton, Nov. 25 Gregory, G. Liverpool, Nov. 25 Priday, W. Gloucester, Dec. 6 Bayliss, C.W. Birmingham, Nov.95 Gray, B. and Co. London, Dec. 9 Rees, W. Bristol, Nov. 25 Beal, 6. King's Arms Chambers, Gapp, J. Norwici, Dec 19 Robinson, R. Kildale, Nov. 29 Nov. 25
Hannum, E. Threadneedle-street, Robinson, J. Belper, Dec. . Boorne, J. London-road, Nov. 99
Robson, J. Sunderland, Dec. 9 Best, J. Birmingham, Nov. 29 Holroyd, s. York, Nov. 95 Sampson, J. D. Ipswich, Nor. s Bird, J. Church.st. Nov, 29 Harrison, J. Hesketh, Nov. 25 Stone, J. Blackwater, Nor. 23 Brown, E. Blackburn, Dec. 6 Hensman, T. and W. Liverpool, Scott, W. Longtown, Nov. 25 Bottle, W. Green.st. Dec. o
Sykes, J. and Co. Leeds, Dec. 6 Boyille, R. and Co. Swainby, Dec. 6 Henson, S. Nottinghamshire, Dec.2 Sione, W. Milverton, Dec. 8 Baines, M. Halifax, Dec.
Harrison, J. & Co. Newport, Dec. 9 Simpson, G. Upper Grosvenor-st. Brundred, B. Stockport, Dec. 13 Hughes, K. Hatton-garden, Dec. 9 Dec. 13 Boardman, J. jun. and Co. Man. Hill, J. Reading, Dec. 13 Taylor, S. Birmingham, Nov. 22 chester, Dec. 16
Hensy, J. Jaimaica, Dec. 13 Turley, P. East Grinstead, Nov. 29 Caunce, E. C'horley, Nov. 22 Johnsou. T. Northumberland, Nov.8 Toutal, J. B. Minories, Dec. Cozens, w. Kensington, Nov. 25 Jordan, W. Finch-lane, Nov. 29 Thomas, S. Handall-abbey, Dec. 6 Chalk, W. New Sarum, Nov, 29 James, c. Cornbill, Nov. 22 Thomas, P. Hatfield-si. Dec. 9 Crap, J. Oxford, Nov. 29 Jones, J. Blackman-st. Nov. 29 Vanghan, W. Pall Mall, Nor.s Cross, W. Breewood, Nov. 29 Joliffe, T. Henley, Dec. 2
Whirmore, J. Manchester, Nor. 3 Casson, J. and Co. Midghall, Nov.29 Irwin, T. Chatham, Dec. 19 Weale, W. Birmingham, Nor. & Chase, W. jun. Gosport, Nov. 29 Kilshaw, E. Lancaster, Nov. 29 Warrington, R. sen. Covenity, Cross, R. and Co. Brewood, Dec. 9 Kroehl, J. Cannon-st. Nov. 22 Nov.05 Coffin, J. W. Plymouth-dock, Kneller, W. G. Stratford, Dec. 13 Wells, 1'. Godney Dike, Dec. : Dec. 13
Llewellyn, J. Westmoreland-build. Waller, J. Manchester, Dec, 6 Darwin, J. Clement's court, Nov.22 Nov. 29
White, J. Oxford-st. Dec. 6 Deacon, B. Red Lion-sq. Nov. 29 Little, J. Bales, Dec. 2
Whiteley, S. jun. Liverpool, Dec. 9 Drape, J. Wigton, Dec. 9
Lazarus, J. Carter-st. Dec. 9 White, 1. jun. Emsworth, Dec. 13 Diggles, G. Newman-st. Dec. 13 Littlewood, J. LastGreenwich, Dec.s Wagstaffe, E. Bridport, Dec, 10 Elgar, W. Maidstone, Nov. 92 Lamo, J. and J. Stockport, Dec. 10 Young, J. and Co. Bristol, Deo. 9 Elmitt, W. Peterborough, Dec. 6 Mann, B. Bishopsgate-st. Nov. 28
DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP, FROM TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, TO SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1817. BATSON, W. Singers, H. Maas, J. A. and Reed, A. Burrows, B. and Kewell, J. Hatton-garden, brewers,
Gateshead, Durham, vinegar-manufacturers. Belshaw, G. and Godfrey, J. Turnham-green, wineBindlass, R. and J. B. Manchester, cotton-many. merchants. facturers.
Bridges, J. and Hill, T. Bristol, brewers. Brightley, H. A. and Morris, J. M. Bangay, Suffolk, Bulmer, f. and Graham, T. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, printers.
raff-merchants. Banbury, T. Frith, R. and Banbury, C. H. Coventry, Bald. J. and Primrose, J. Alloa, North Britain, dis. and Wood-st. Cheapside,
tillers. Ball, T. and Davison, R. Fenchurch-st. Custom- Breakell, w. and Mayor, W. Penwortham, Lanca.house agents.
shire, maltsters. Brown, c. Chase, W. and Amyoit, z. Norwich, Baldwin, J. and Dunkin, A. P. Elham-place, Kent. merchants,
road, paper hangers,
Mason, G. and Bangham, J. Worcester, glove
inanufacturers. Massey, J. Wallworth, W. and Merrill, W. Lan
ton, Chester, timber-merchants. Mudge, H. and Parsonage, M. Piccadilly, dress
makers. Montague, D. and Hardie, J. West-street, Smith.
field, soap manufacturers. Northage, J. Frearson, J. Hall, J. Cook, W. and
Haywood, G. Norwich, lace-manufacturers. Olver, J. Ingraham, N. G. jun. and Chimmo, B.
Darunouth. Ogden, S. P. and Price, P. L. G. Leicester, hosiers, Pawsev, R. and Bell, J. Windsor-st. Bishopsgate,
bom bazeen manufacturers. Poiderin, F. and Cracknell, J. Brewer-st. Golden-sq.
goldsmiths. Penny, T. and Conte, R. Park-st. St. George's,
Hanover-sq: painters. Poulson, W. Poulson. E. Tyson, P. and Blore, T.
Lane End, Staffordshire, potters. Pass, W. and Reddish, E. Chester, attornies. Platt, J. and H. Doberass, Yorkshire, machine
makers. Powell, J. and Canham, J. Ledham, Kent, surgeons. Richardson, J. and Baker P. Great St. Helen's,
merchants. Roach, J. and Morris, P. E. Bristol, pawnbrokers. Reast, T. New Sleafold, and Ward, W. Folkingham,
Lincolnshire, coal.merchants. Russell, J. Barras, J. and Jackson, E. Gateshead,
Durham, spirit merchants. Rogers, E. and Doswell, H. Winchester, school.
mistresses. Sergeant, J. Cartwright,' T. and Cotsworth, T.
Erith, Kent, brick-makers. Steddy, P. Polehill, R. C. and Steddy, S. Dorer,
wine merchants. Swainson, C. Swainson, A. Swainson, J. and Throp,
W. Preston, Lancashire. Simeun, E, and Ogleby, C. London. Swaine, G. Bellainy, J. Dewing. L. and Swans
borough, R. Cornhill, wholesale linen drapers. Slater, j. and Hollis, W. Upper Rupert-st. Soho,
brush-manufacturers. Saddington, J. and Coleman, W.0. Gravesend, and
Wapping High-st. slop-sellers. Sutton, R. and Smith, T. Hampton-wick, linen
drapers. Symmons, T. and Jones, J. Orange-st. Leicester
sq. patent lamp manufacturers. Targeit, T. M. and Jenkins, C. Mortimer-st. groTuckwell, W. and Allen, E. W. Bath, milliners. Trill, W. H. and Penfold, J. Broad-Water, Sussex,
farmers. Townson, J. and Lonsdale, T. Silver-st. Golden-mq.
cabinet makers. Threlfall, J. Copeland, T. W. and Copeland, H.
Liverpool, wine merchants.
Chapman, R. Sanders, J. W. and Tully, J. C.
straw hat manufacturers. Clansie, J. Ferrin, J. F. and Bodman, J. Thread.
turers. Carruthers, R. and Morris, E. Tonbridge, surgeons. Couerell, $. A, and Jones, $. L. New Bond-street,
milliners. Dawn, E. and Dalgairns, P. St. Mary-at-Hill, ship
brokers, Davies, M. and Davis, W. Warminster, Wiltshire,
attornies. Dakin, J. sen. and jun. High st. Southwaik, cheese.
mongers. Dexter, T. Bestow, P. and Ballard, R. Leicester,
manufacturers of fancy goods. Dyson, T. and Brown, W. Rochdale. Lancashire,
booksellers. Laton, T. and Allen, G. Holiwell-st. Shoreditch,
heim, M. and Muhr, J. Hamburgh.
corn.dealers. Greaves, W. and Johnson, G. Bristol, Spanish wool
merchants. Good. J.jun. and Withers, J. Fareham, Southamp
tod, millers. Gale, T. A. Royal. J. and Ashley, J. Maiden-la.
Covent-garden, fancy paper manufacturers.
E. T. Old Bond.st. librarians.
four-factors. Holmes, F. and Mosley, J. jun. Rodborough, Glou
Lothendale, York, woolstaplers.
and Brown, E. Saddleworth, York, bankers. Hayden, W. and Tavener, J. Oxford-st. Hosiers. Honyman, J. and Sabine, w. jun. Church-st, Spi
tal fields, silk-manufacturers. Howard, J. and Howard, C. Hyde, Cheshire, cotton.
spinners. Jones, R. and Brandram, R. J. Ross, Hereford,
insurance brokers. Jackson, W. and Giles, J. Rochdale, Essex, brandy
merchants. Jenkins, K. and Rose, P. Newport, Monmouth,
coal masters. Ingleton, A. and Ingleton, W. Minster, Kent, far
mers. Jones, w, and Macnaughty, J. Little Eastcheap,
wine merchants. Kent, W. and Matthews, R. Russell-st. Bermond
sey-st. leather.dressers. King. C. and Soden, J. Hickley, Leicesier, attor Kemp, w. R. and Freeman, J. Newgate-st. tea
dealers. Lansley, W. and E Southampton, common brewers. Lamb, G. Jones, R. and Morrill, J. Little Pultney
st. St. James's, Gil and colour inan. Matravers, P. Polier, T. and Weatherby, W.
beth, coal-merchants. Wells, T. Wells, E. and Wells, T. jun. St. John's
st. Clerkenwell, furniture-brokers. Wilkinson, W. and Jones, W. Knightsbridge,
painters. Ward, J. and Suthers, J. Barnsley, York, inn
keepers. Waring. J. and Laamdale, M. Manchester, uphol
High-st. Whitechapel, lea dealers.
market, beast salesme).
LIST OF PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS, &c.
(Continued from page 283.) AMES MASON CHAMPNESS, Whitesmith, and
WILLIAM HARRY, of Morriston, near Swansen,
Glamorganshire, Smelter of copper ores ; for an imof Cheshunt Street, Hertfordshire ; for certain im- provement or improvements in the building, coe. provements on axle trees of carriages of various structing, or erecting the roofs or upper parts of descriptions. Dated August 28, 1817.
furnaces used for the smelting of copper and other JOSEPH MANTON, cf Davies-street, Berkley- ores, or any other metals, or fn: any other perpeses square, in the parish of St. George's, Hanover-square, requiring strong fires. Dated October 9, 1817. Middlesex, gun-maker; for certain improvements in JOIN OLDHAM, ut berland-strert, loeks for fire-arms. Dated September 20, 1817. Dublin, Esquire; for an improvement or improve
JOHN DALE, of White-lion-street, Pentonville, ments in the mide of propelling ships and vessels on Middlesex. Millwright; for the application of a cer- seas, rivers, and canals, by the agency of stean. tain material hitherto unused for that purpose to the Dated October 10, 1817. making of rollers or cylinders of various descriptions. Dated October 3, 1817.
VARIATIONS OF BAROMETER, THERMOMETER, &c. at Nine o'clock A.Y.
By T. BLUNT, Mathematical Instrument Maker to bis Majesty, No. 22, CORNAILL.
1817/Barom Ther. Wind Obser. 1817 Barom Thor Wind Obser. Oct. 26 29.73 45
E Pair Nov. 11 29.70 50 S Fair 27 29.68 43 SW
12 29 80 52 SE Ditto 28 29.42 48
13 29.84 45 SW Ditto 29 29.50 47 SW Fair
14 29.54 54 SW Rain 30) 29.32 48
15/ 29.31 40 S Ditto 31 29.55 52 SW Ditto
16 29 9545 SW
Fair Nov. 1 30.35 45 SW Fair
17 30.27 55 SW Ditto 2 30.28 46
18 30.3055 S Ditto S 30.21 48 SW Ditto
19 90.40 44 SW Ditto 4 30.16 51 S Ditto
20 30.50 41 W Ditto 5.29.95 46
21 29.95 42 W Ditto 629.97 49 E
22 30.20 | 45 N Ditto 29.78 53 S Fair
23 30.22 42 N Ditto 84 29.50 | 55 S Ditto
24/ 30,11 40 N Ditto 91 29.71 56 S Ditto
251 29.90 | 38 N Ditto 101 30,00 54 SB Ditto
LONDON MARKETS, Nov. 18, 1817. COTTON.- There was considerable in- week; the purchasers were attracted to the terest excited hy a public sale of 650 bugs market hy the great decline of the prices, of Bengal Cotton being advertised for being nearly 10s. per cwt. within two er Friday Jast; it was expected the prices three weeks, and as the winter supplies for would establish a market carrency, but bome consuption must shortly be required, there were no purchasers; after a few lots and the prices have been reduced to nodebad been taken in at 10%d. the whole were rate rates, the market looked considerably withdrawn: a disposition has been evinced better, there was more confidence amongst by the holders of Bengals to effect sales at a the holders: it ws calculated above 2,500 reduction, but no contracts of consequence casks had been sold during the week: the have yet taken place; one of the causes prices were however a shade lower; brown mentioned for the great wish to effect sales Jamaicas being disposed of at 75s. and 76s. ; last week was, that the India Company and strong working parcels 77s. to 79. bave advertised 4,386 bales Surats, and There was a good demand for Reficed 4.898 bales Bengals for the sale the 28th Sugars last week; the wholesale grocess inst.; and the latter were expected to be were reporsed in be purchasing for tbe increased to 7,400 bales. The sales of home supply, and several contracts were Cotton fast week by private contract are reported for spring shipments; for crushed exceedingly limited--110 Maranhams at Sugars 64s, to 68s.; stated to be realized 26. 06.; a few Pernams 25. 210.; 90 for parcels deliverable in February ded Boweds 2010.; and about 100 Bengals at March next; there was also a renewed different prices, we believe a considerable request for double Loares deliverable at proportion Ild, to 12d, in bond.
nearly the same time; the refivers were SUGAR.- The demand for Muscovades in consequence asking pricesa shade higher tather improved towards the close of last Molasses were in limited request.
There was a public sale of Havannah (except Barley) and Flour from all places, Sugar brought forward, it consisted of 333 except the British Colonies in North Amechests, of which a half were ordinary white, rica, from wbence importation of Flour, bet in good condition and strong Sugars, Wheat, Barley, Oals, and Beans, will conthey sold at 60s. to 62s.; the remainder tinue to be allowed, duty free. ordinary yellow, not in good condition, OIL.- The prices of Oil continue to de. sold 49s. aid 50s., making a reduction cline: a considerable parcel of Southern in the previous nominal prices of Havannah has been sold at a low price, and the de. Sugars 54. 10 4s. per cws.
pression of the other descriptions of Oil has COFFEE.-The demand for Coffee has been very great ; 541. is we believe the last been very limited ; three public sales were realised price of Greenland.---Rape has drbrought forward last week; the first con- clined 41. to 51.; the cause of the stagnasisted of 1000 bags Brazil --- fine ordinary tion of trade, and the general decline in the 91s. ; good ordinary 88, and $8s. 63. the prices, continues to be attributed to the very second was an inconsiderable sale ; the high rates to which speculation has driven third rather too extensive for the present the prices of Oil up to ; the snal consumplimited demand ; the prices of British Plao. tion has been prevented. The letters from tation Coffee were however maintained; Hall yesterday, in stating the decline of the good ordinary Jamaica 88s. and 86s. 60.; prices in that market, observe, that there is fine ordinary 9ls.: middling 953. 6d.; fine no business doing : the trade, in place of the ordinary to middling St. Lucia 9.19. to 96s. large orders formerly given, purchase a tun 6d. ; 120 casks, 439 bags Foreign descrip. or two at a time, and have recourse to every tions met with no buyers, about a half Caba expedient to lessen consumption, and to find Coffee ; fine ordinary takro in so high as substitutes for Whale Oil; it is stated to me, 95s. ; good St. Domingo at 94s.
that the extensive speculators bere have IRISA PROVISIONS, &c. - Prime evinced a greater disposition to effect sales : Beef continues in request, and it is stated we however give the latter only as the rethat the prices in Ireland have been pro. port of the market, without vouching for its gressively advancing since the commence. accuracy. ment of the season.--Pork is still in request, RICE.- Carolina Rice continues scarce, and the holders anticipate that no new sup- the late prices are fully maintained; the plies to any extent can be expected for some greater proportion of the late East India in. time to come. - Bacon continues onvaried ports are stated to be sold. both in the demand and in the prices. No TOBACCO. -There have been considera. variation of consequence has taken place in ble transactions in Tobacco; the arrivals Butter,
are not so extensive as had been expected. PUBLIC SALE OF PROVISIONS on Marylands are a shade higher; for Cargoes Friday-181 bales Singed Waterford Ba. 67s. and 68s, now asked. A considerable con, 54s. to 58s. and and 49a, 6d, to 52.; a quantity of Virginias reported to be sold ; few lots, 41s. to 45s. 60.-1S0 sides dried good Virginias in cargoes 553. and 66s.; Waterford Bacon, 44s, to 47s.
Kentucky 48s. to 50s. CORN.- There was only a very mode- NAVAL STORES.-There are, we be. rate supply of Wheat in yesterday's market, lieve, no sales of Rough Turpentine ; the and a great proportion in bad condition; parcels lately arrived remain in the imporfine samples, boih English and Foreign, ters' hands; they would, it is stated, accept sealised an advance of 4s. per quarter: the of prices a shade lower than what has lately dried Russian, being in great request to mix been demanded.--Spirits are little varied. up with the inferior new English Wheats, In Tar, Pitch, and Rosin there is little varia. obtained a greater advance. A few par. tion. cels of prime new Barley realised the prices RUM, BRANDY, and HOLLANDS.of last week, but every other description, There have been very extensive transactions with the exception of dry sweet Corn for in Rum; on Friday it was stated that intel. grinding, were 2s. lower.-Oats realised an ligence had been received that the French advance of Is, but the sales were neither Government had agreed that the allied armies brisk or extensive. - Beans of every des- should be supplied from this country with cription were 4s. and Grey Peas 25. per Rum, being the cheapest spirit that could be quarter higher.-Rape Seed was not much procured, on account of the failure of the in request, the prices declined 21. per last.- vintage in France; the demand for Rum beFioe new Red Clover Seed was in great re. came immediate and extensive. Leeward quest, an advance of 53. was readily ob- Island advanced 6d. 10 9d, per gallon; Ja. taioed.-Trefoil was 2s. higher.
maica descriptions 9d. to 1s. ; on Saturday IMPORT OF FOREIGN CORN. and Monday there was little business done, The aggregate average prices of the five past aod several parcels were disposed of at a weeks beingfor Wheat 795. 20. per quarter, small decline. This forenoon there has been Rye 44s. Id., Barley 41s. 8d., Oats 25s. 5d., little business done, but the holders continge Beans 455, 6d., and for Peas 41s, Sd., there sanguine that the event is true, though no is but little doubt of the Ports shuttiog on official statement can be given.- Brandies the 22d inst. for the evening toree mooths, continue to risc rapidly, on account of the against the importation of all Foreign Grain scarcity.
FROM THE 25TH OF OCTOBER, TO THE 24TH OF NOVEMBER, 1817, BOTH INCLUSIVE.
Oct.25to Nov.9| Nos. 3 to 10. Nov. 10 to 17. Nov. 17 to 94.
BREAD, per quartern.........................
-, York, per cwt.
St. James's s
averaged Hay .......... Clover........
Smithfield Straw .......
averaged Hay Clover........
750 a 80 0
54 O 14 14 a
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4 5 20 a
30 6 a 9 6 3 O a 4 0 3 4 a 5 4 9 8 a
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0 0 0 оа о
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0 0 96 0 46 0 37 6 a 409 2$ 0 a 30 0 21 08 87 0
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4 5 0 5 00 9 20 4 Jo 0 5 30 1 19 0 4 17 0 60 0 119 0
5 3 0 1 18 0 4 17 6 600 117 0
d. 3 6 5 0 9
AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN,
from the Returns received in the Week
27 2 BEANS
27 3 45
47 4 PEAS
43 93 1
SS AGGREGATE AVERAGE PRICES of theTwelve Maritime Districts of England and Wales, by which Impor.
39 ration is to be regulated in Great Britain, from the London Gazette of saturday, Nov. 2x. 1817, is Wheat, 793.7d. | Rye,445.4d. I Barley, 125. Od. 1 Oats, 25s. 5d. | Beans, 455.9. ! Peas, 4188.8.131.52 Oatmeal, 325.0d.
Published by Authority of Parliament, WILLIAM DOWDING, Receiver of Corn Returos.
AVERAGE PRICE OF BROWN OR MUSCOVADO SUGAR, Exclusive of the Duties of Customs paid or payable thereon on the Importation thereof into Great Britain.
Computed from the Returns made in the Week ending Oct, 29, is 558. Odd. per cwt. | Nov. 5, is 549. Ofd. per cwt. | Nov. 1%, is 53s. Id. per cwt. | Nov. 19, is
518. 2 d. per cwt. Published by Authority of Parliament, THOMAS NETTLESHIPP, Clerk of the Grocers' Company.