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Holland, H. Waiste!!, C. Horton, W. and Holland, Stringer, G. and Scholefield, J. Church-row and G. High Holborn, dealers.

Barnebury.pl. Islington, furnishing ironmongers. Holman, A. and Kidgell, R. Wellington, Somerset. Shillitoe, R. and Freit, E. Jewry-st. Aldgate, mer. shire, surgeons and a pothecarie..

chants. Hickman, E. and Wilson, E. Clement's la. Lom. Shaw, T. Shaw, G. and Shaw, A. Furlane, Saddle. bard-st.

worth, York, clothiers. Horoby and Co. Over Bentham, Yorkshire, fax. Smith and Có. Upper; Rathbone-pl. piano-fortes merchants.

makers. Horner and Cofton, New Chatham, Durham, iron. Sloane and Young, Liverpool, cotton-brokers. inanufacturers.

Sheppard, J. and Harris, J. Birmingham, grocers. Hornbrook, S. Tavistock, and Pearse, J. Horra. Shaw, S. and W. Andover, grocers. bridge, Devonshire, serge-makers

Thomas, W. Straclian, R. and Stubbs, T. Cheapside, Harris, É. North America, and Leach, T. Leicester, warehousemen. hosien.

Turner, J. and Bolton, T. Whittington and Kinfare, Holmes, T. and Co. Friday.st. Cheapside, manufac. Stafford, iron masters. turers of hosiery.

Tavernier, c. L. and Green, E. Mount-st. Grosve. Jackson, T. and Knaggs, T. Change-alley, Cornhill, bor-sq. wine-merchants. attornics.

Tovey, J. Edwards, T. and Reice, T. Gloncester, Jord.in, R. and Downing, S. Falmouth, provision- ironmongers. merchants,

Travers, J. and Bagaley, G. H. Stangate wharf, Kirkaldy and Co Dundee, linen-manufacturers. Lambeth, coal-merchants. Little, $. and White. 1. Brixton-place, Surrey, Thomas, R. ard W. Plymouth, hat manufacturers. proprietors of a ladies' boarding - ebool.

Tomkinson, R. and J. Northwich, Cheshire, saltLayton, E and Shears, A. Henrietta-st. Covent. proprietors. garden, silk-márcere.

Vardon, T. Vardon, C. Millington. M. Shillitoe, P. Lakeman, S. and St. Waldegrave, T. Langbourn. and Millington, M. jun. Upper Thames-st. Greenchan bers, Fenchurch-st. Tea-brokers.

wich, and Winlaton Mill, Durham, iron-founders. Mrgan, E. Morgan, R. and Hopkins, H. Streatham Venable, W. and G. Cookham, Berks, paperMews, St. George's, cast iron.lounders.

makers. Mowbray, E. and Smeeton, M. Old 'Change, milli. Wilde, R. and Baynes, T. King.st. Commercial-road, ners.

sugar brokers. Mabley, W. and Thompson, J. Chelsea, Middlesex, Ward, G, Ward, G. H. Ward, W. and Thompson, pas n-brokers.

J. W. London. Molineux. J. and Webster, R. Manchester, letter. Whates, J. and Clark, A. High-st. Poplar, smiths. press-printers.

Wethere't, J. and J. Chathain, coal-merchants. Moorhouse, J. and 6. Ebson House, Yorkshire, Webb, G. and k. Everard's-pl. Church-la. Whiter wonlden-manufacturers.

cbanel. Pritchard, J. and J. Houndary-row, Black-friars'. Wallnew, J. and Overton, T. Liverpool, drapers. road, cabinet and chair makers.

Wylie, H. and Richardson, W. J. Abchurch-la, merPrice, J. and Segueira, J. Leadenhall-st, drug ists. chants Poolton, T. and Wakeman, T. Fleet market, sia- Watis and Allsop, East Castle st. Oxford-market. tioners.

Watts and Co, Bath, attornies. Perry, C. J. and Hunt, W. H. Bristol, surgeons. Wood and Co. Macclesfield. Paget, s. Dodson, W. Done, J. Thompson, J. and Worthington and Bolton, Aslıton, Lancaster, corn. Harding, W. Over, Cheshire.

dealers. Pitfield, J. and Hitchman, II. Queen-st. Cheapside, Westley and Masterman, Cullum-st. Fenchurch-st. sarehousemen.

drapers. Powell. W. and Ireland, R. Cornbill, attornies. Waits and Collett, Conduit st. Hanover.sq. milPost, R. and J. Lower-st. Islington, ironmongers. liners. Rres, R. and Hayworth, T. Kingston upon. Hull, Wilson and Troughton, Clackmanan, Scotland, ship-brnkers.

woolstaplers. Kayner, J. and Jubb, J. Westminster-road, stone- Woltendeu, J. and Foster, J. Manchester, cotton. masous.

spinners. Redmayne and Lewis, Henrietta-st. Corent garden, Walker, G. and Co. Seacombe, Cheshire, proprietor linen-drapers.

of the Seacombe Smalt Company. Riding and Smith, Marclesfield, cabinet-makers. Woodhead, A. and Co. New.co. Bow-la. warehouselawling and Walker, Leeds, Yorkshire, dyers. kobinson, C. Holmes, J. and Kendra, W. Watling.

st. mercers.

men.

LIST OF PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS, &c.

(Continued from Vol, LXXI. page 571.) PHP HUTCHINSON CLAY, of London, Gen. venting any disadvantageous accumulations of heat COTTON, -The stock in Loodoc. with good middling 955. a'd 965., asd fise midd. the exception of Bengal Cotion, is trivial; licg 100. Toe Dalcu descriptions were for the ladier, the demand during the last also cepressed about %s. week was most extensive; the .ales are esti. IRISH PROVISIONS,&c.-There have mated to exceed 3000 bags, cbiefly of the been no sales of the least importance in the common and middling descriptions: the Provisiog market sioce our last; but as the prices were 944. to 124. The adsance stocks are moderate, very bigh prices are bow de canded on the last Fast Jodia sale still expected to be o intained. Bacon is prices is 1d. per 1b. oo the common quality, in fair demand. The supplies of new Irish which in eo pe insances has been realized. Butier con inue in da quale to the request; The best Bengals are not in so exten-ise ree the prices continue to rate nigh. qursl, they buneves command a small pre- CORN.-- The continuance of fine wea: mniam, . The other sales of the week are ther bas had a great effect on the Cora mar. - 100 Permanns 3. Id. to 2s. 141.; 200 ker: the supplies yesterday were extensive, Maranhuras 238. to 234d. ; small parcels of the bolders being an rious to push their Grain Bahias 23d. to 23:4. Minas 2010.; 320 forward to inninediate ale; there were Bowed, 1820, 1o 191.; a few Orleans 2od. about 10.000 quarters English, and about to 210.; Barbadoen 2030.; Carricous 220.; 2402 quarters Foreign Wheat had arrived and Surals at 150.

tleman ; for a combination of machinery, for in manufacturing and refining sugar. Daied June 3, the purpose of repairing and improving turnpike 18:7. and other roads and highways, and preserving the BENJAMIN AGAR DAY, of Birmingham, War. same is good order. Daied May 22, 1817.

wichshire; for certain improvements in chimney SETH HUNT, of the Cnited States of America, ornaments, which said chinney ornaments are so now residing in Covent Garden, Middlesex, Esq. ; constructed, that they may be used for fire screens, far an innproved escapement for clocks and watches Power or scent jars, time-piere cases, candlesticks, agd chrom<ters. Communicated to him by a taast stands, and various other purposes. Dated Freigner residing abroad. Dared May 04, 1817. June 3, 17.

ROGER DIDOT, formerly a paper-manufacturer GABRIEL TIGERE, Duke's.court, Bow-street, in France, but now.of Paddington, Middlesex, 900 Middlesex, Gentleman; for a process or method of of Peter Francis Didot, Junjar, lare a celebrated manufacturing wriung-paper in such a manner as printer in Paris, deceased; for certain improvements that it will be extremely oifficult, if not in possible, upon the machines already in use for making wove afterwards to extract of discharge any writing from and land paper in continued length of separate sheets. • such paper. Duted June 9, 1817. Dared May 82, 1817,

JOHN PARNELL, of St. Austell, Cornwall, Bra. GEORGE MANWARING, of Marsh Place, Lame zier; for a method of tinning, or covering with tin, beth, Esq. ; for improvements in steam engines. sheets or plates of copper, brass, or zinc. Dated Dated May 20, 1817.

June 10, 1817 SETH HUNT, of the United States of America, THOMAS WHITTLE, of Chester, Wharfinger, bow residing in Covenl.garden, Middlesex, Esq;; and CEOKGE LYTON, of the same city, Gentieto certain combinations of improvements in machi. man; for a new or improved kiln for the purpose of ney for making pins. Communicated to him by a drying mall, wheat, oats, barley, peas, beans, and Pureigoer residing abroad, Dated May 29, 1817. other substances, by means of steam resisted by air.

CHARLES WYATT, of Bedford row, Middlesex, Lated June 10, 1817.
Copper-smitas for a new method of methods of pre.

during the previous week; the depression of : The greatest proportion of the purchases English Wheat was about ds. per quarter, are made by the export houses, but as they and only the fine we believe sold at the cannot procure Bengal under Id. per 16. reduction. A small quantity of extra boe advance on the late sale prices, the markers Dantzic realized 110.; this was the only is not so brisk: the advance at present bas parcel of Forrign which met buyers, though been only partially submitted to.

very lilla inferior was offered at 90s, and The East lodia Company have again de- even below that price for real guod parcels. clared 4300 Bengals for sale ist proximo; Barley was in short supply, üod realized which is expected to be increased to 6360 rather more money. In the early part of bales,

the morning there was some disposition to • SUGAR.—The business done in Musco. purchase Oats, but the demand afterwards vades last week was most extensive; we gave way, the market closing heavily at Is. inentioned the sale of 4000 bhds.; on the decline. Beans were ia inore request; fine Wednesday the purchases were nearly the runs obtained an advance of 2s.

Grry same quantity, ai a farther improvement of Pras were 2, and White boilers Es, lower. about Is. per cæt. and though the sales were A few simples of new Rape Sred appeared not so brisk and extensive towards the close at market; they were sold so low as 321. of the week, the advance was fully main- per last. Flour may be qumred 5s, lower, tained, and it is calculated about 10,000 CORN IMPORTATION BILL.- The ca-ks were disposed of, being nearly one- Act lately passed is dated the 10th inst. third of the whole stock in London : the Corn, Grain, Meal, Flour, and Riep, may. purchases made were chiedly by the refiners be iinported in any vessel from any country. and the wholesale grocers: the former have till the 14th November next inclusive, prou, entered into extensive contracts for goods vided that the importation of Grain during to be ready some weeks hence at prices the same period shall continue to be legal, nearly the present currency; the purchases under the late Act 55. Geo. 111. cap. 26.-. of raw Sugars were to secure their profits, Corn, dr. warehoused for exportation only and supply the demand for refined gouds, may be entered for home consumprion. which continues so extensive, that though Rye Meal warehoused in like manner, may the trade have been freely at work for some be admitted to entry duty free. tiine past, they have not been able to supply TOBACCO.-- The only purchase of the demand.

Tobarev for tlie werk past was a parcel of Of Refined Goods, no parcels are to be inferior Virginia; the prices are without met with, and all to be ready two or three variation, and pearly nominal, until the weeks to come are previously contracted Tesnill of the French contract is a certained: for. The market however is certainly if the quantity is considerable, is may bare higher; very extensive contracts are stated come fuck on the market prices; to day to be made on speculation, anticipating a the lenders were to be made at Paris. higher currency..- Mola-sty have been in ex- RICE. The demand for Rice rather retensive demand, chiinly for exportition. vived last week; good Carolina, in consi.

COFFEE. --The public sales of Coffee deranle parcelo, realized a high price-old have been very extensive; the quantiiy was 354, 6d. and 36: About 800 bags of very been so great, that notwithstanding the con. inferior East India Rice were hronght for. siderable orders unexecuted, a decline ge- ward by the East ludia Company, the prices virrally of 2s. per rwi. took place; the 178, 6d, to 19x. 6id. depression was particularly noticed in good DYEWOODS.-Logwood became a fa. and fine ordinary descriptions, wlich bad vourite article of speculation last week; formerly been in so rxlensive request : fine the price paid were 71 for Jamaica, which ordinary Jamaica, which the week provin immediately advanced to 81 and 91 aw we 01-1y sold extensively at 90s, only realized believe a picked parcel realized 91. 10s. 80s, iu 87s, 6d. ; siddling 9is. to 92*. ;

FROM THE 230 OP JUNF, TO THE 21ST OF JULY, 1817, BOTH INCLUSIVE.

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AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN,
By the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels, and of OATMEAL per Boll of 140 lbs. Avoirdupois,

from the Returns Tereived in the Week
(Eading June 21. Ending June 28 Ending July 5. Ending July 12,
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5 AGGREGATE AVERAGE PRICES of theTwelve Maritime Districts of England and Wales, by which Impor

fation is to be regulated in Great Britain, from the London Gazette ut Saturday, June 28th In 7. is Wheat, ns. Od. | Rve is. Od: | Barley, Os. Od 1 Oats, 05. 02. 1 Beans, 498. Vid. Peas 528. 8:1. I Oatmeal, 03.0d. AGGREGATE PRICES of BkiTisii CORN in SCOTLAND, by the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels, and of OATMEAL, per Roll, of 198 lbs. Scotch Troy, or 140 lbs. Avoirdupois, of the Four Weeks immediately preceding the 15th of June 1917, from the London Gazette of Saturday, June 28, is, W beat, 748. ild. | Kye, os. Ou. I Barley, 473. 81. 1 Oats, 4is. 5d. | Beans, 608. Sd. | Peas, 628. Odl. Vat. total, 35s. 7d. Beer or big, 458. 2d. Published by Authority of Parliament, WILLIAM DOWDING, Receiver of Corn Returns.

AVERAGE PRICE OF BROWN OR MUSCOVADO SOGAR, 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 June 2). is 478, od. per Cwt. 4 July 2, is 78. U. per cwt. 1 July 9, is 468. 61d. per cwt. 1 July 16,

is 478. ld. per cwt. Published by Authority of Parliament, THOMAS NETTLESHIPP, Clerk of the Grocers' Company,

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SEASON, 1816—17.

EAST INDIA SHIPS,
With their Manuging Owners, Commanders, Principal Officers, Surgeons, Pursers, Time of coming afloat, 8c

Ships' Names.

1816.
R. Williams E. Balsion

s. Lyde
incess Amelia. 1900 China

J. Kellaway
W. Carter C. Penny N. Grant

Ports. 26Jul.

J. Thomson
J. Forbes

4. Hamilton L. Percival F. A. Cunynghames. Holbrow
mbay.........
1900

WH.Whitehead J.Simpson G. B. Key
G. Welstead J. Morse
J. Sims

H. Kemp

J. Eyles
neral Harris.... 1200

J. Luyken J. Paton WC. Drysdale 1817.
arles Grant ... 120

W. Moffat

B. Anningson H. Lee
H. Scott

G. Denny C. Anderson

M. Counal

Downs

P Murray arquis Camden 1200 Bomb. & China J. P. Larkins T.Larkins, jun

W. Pascoe J. Sexton

E. Foord, jun. E. H. Bond, jun. A. Walker E. Harrison >7 Jan.
R. S. Dalrymple J. Foulerton W. Cruikshank

J. Colman
124.01

W. P. Jones

J. W. Wilson
Tsitart
J. Mangles

P. Stewart
1800

J. Wordsworth C. Mortlock
wther Castle

B. Hill R. W. Smith J. Wilkinson J.F.Wordsworth J. Glendenning E. King
glis
1200
R. Hudson W. Hay
J. Dudman

8. A. Corneck R. H. Cox
T. Borradaile W. Silen

C. Pillans

P. Castell
erefordshire

Mudr. Penang, J. Card
1200

J. Money

R. Rogers
J. R. Drummond R. Card

G, A. Brown J. Tatham
Edgewater. 1 2001

N. B. Bull
and China J. Sims
P. Hnglies k. Davidson V.J. Munden T. Young

N. G. Class

S. T. Bridger
meral Kyd

J. Walker A. Nairne

E. Maxwell

J. Watson
H. Hutchinson

J. Combe
.....1200

Portsm.

F. P. Alleyn J. Cannan
Beng. g China

F. Marcier
12001

N. B. Everest J. Alder
J. Stanilorth

J. Stanton
C.O. Mayne

14 Mar.
las.

G. Wiggins R. Mayne
H. Bonlam R. Johnson

E. Moul
rof Wellington 961|

G. A. Band E, Hacon J Kabert R. Collins W. Maltinan
K. Sunith G. Richardson T. Addison
976)

R. Aplin
J. Trew

J. N. Pile F. Parsons A. Wiglit
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819 Madr. $ Beng. R. Borradaile J. Dale

J. Lowther
eatham

F. Orlebar

W. E. Farrer C, Pennington R. Gilpin E. H. inffin
C. B. Gribble
in Char.of Wales 9781

M. Craig
W. Swinton J. Levy
H. Cowan W, H. Freeman W. Scott S. Drysdale

Downs
S, Donaldson
9551
T. MacTaggart J. Adair T. Sandys
J.O. MacTaggart R: Palmer W. Mac Adam J. Milruy

14 Mar.
Pen and Chinal Company's Ship J. Birch

H.J.Cuthbertson P. Pilcber aterloo..

W. Manning J. B. Burnett

H. Clark 11900

W. R. Smily W. Moifat W.Adamson inchelsea.....

W. R. Best

W. Luyken 12551

F. Young

G. Jessop

J. Mackenzie H. Wright
N. Turner

H. Ayer T. Williams GK. Barbie H. E. Hart
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R. Alexander E. Fearon 1200

| Portsm. China

J. F. Timins C.S. Tiinins yal George

C. Biden

E. Jacob 12001

G. Osborn

A. deCardonel T. Hog

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J. Blansbard J. D. Collis

C. Mac Koy P. Phipps
E. Rogers

J. Stewart
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W. Agnew

J. Smith

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Madr. Beng. H. Bouhan

C. Graham H. Hosmer J. R. Manderson J. R. Palmer P. Lindsay P. Suter
filiam Pitt......R20

J. Cragg. 14 April J. E. Johnson J. L. Studd 550 Martei. Bengal, J Cam, bell

J. Gooch
3. Taylor J. Barlow

M. MacLeod
ion......

Jonah S. Wells | Downs,
W. Mitchell

R. W. Dickson W. Edmonds
A. F. Procter M. Clayson

T. J. Ficklin
rthumberland.. 600

T. Clark and Bencoolex W. Sims

16 May W.Younghusband R. Woodruff J. Jilbert

R. Greene G. Probyn

W. Lorimer E. Bostock
rd Castiereagb
A. Bonham

Downs,
819
Bengal
Company's Ship R. Alsager

G. Williams
C. Shea

J. Brown G.T. Cálvely
omas Greyville 889

R. Shaw

G. Homer 29 April A. Moncrieff J. Ross T R Leath R. Colanhoun J. Alves

J. Winton
ninarthen
J. Williams

J. Ward Downs,
550
Bombay
R. Barrones c. Weller (R. Wales Fim. Curtis J. Randle

V. Anderson
ddart..........

IJ. Johnston 16 May

3d July, 1917.

61.

Prices of SHARES in NAVIGABLE CANALs, Docks, Bridges, Roads, WATER Wonks,

INSTITUTIONs, and FIRE AND Lipe INSURANCE COMPANIES, at the Office of Wolfs and EDMONDS, No. 9, Change-alley, Cornhill, 22d July, -1817. Dir. ) Per

Dir. Per per Ann. Share.

per Ann. Share, Basingstoke Canal.......

5 10 Ditto Annuitics of el.....

sl. 65 Birminglam.

361.
1720
Ditto Annuities of 71.

71. 43 10 Chehner and Blackwater ........... 41. 70 Vauxhall

31 10 Chesterfield.......................... 61. 100 Archway and Kentish Town Road

10 Coventry.......

441.
1750 Commercial

31.

90 Crinan

I 10

., East India Branch 31. 90 Croydou

9 6 Great Dover Street

il.108.33 Ellesmere and Chester .......... 41. 67 Hig! gate Archway Grand Junction ....

7 0

........ 61.

Chelsea Water works 194

193.

8 Grand Surrey..................

49 East London

21. 108. 66 Grand Union .......... 29 Grand Junction

97 Grand Western ........

4 4 Kent

21. Grantham... 105 Manchester and Salford

22 Huddersfield 10 Portsmouth and Farlington

5 10 Kemiet and Avon

20 Ditto

31. 3) Lancaster 18 West Middlesex

36 Leeds and Liverpool 101. 1938 Albion Fire and Life Insurance

kl. 10.33 Leicester and Northampton Union .. 41. 75 Atlas....

2 7 6 Monmouthshire

61.
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61. !21 Peak Forest........

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31. 76 Sbropshire

1615
Rock ........

28. 9 5 Swansea

101. 186
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23 Thames and Medway

Royal Exchange

992 Tbames and severo. 8 Provident

148. 13 Trent and Mersey. 1300 London Institution

52 10 Wilts and Berks. 5 5 Russell

15 10 Worcester and Birmingham 16 Surrey

10 Cominercial Dock 65 Auction Mart...

20 Londan.. 1 66 Commercial Sale Rooms

21. 97 16 West India .... 190 British Copper.....

43 Southwark Bridge 50 Gas Ligiit and ('oke

50 Ditto New 50 Secralsione Mines, 381. paid,

10 Waterloo 20 Great Hewas, 181. 108. paid...

10 Rates of Government Life Annuities, payable at the Bank of England.

When 3 per cent. Stock is 80 and under 81,
A single life of 95 receives for iool. stock 5 6 O average rate 100l. money 6 11 $
40
5 19 0...........

7 0 4
45
6 2 0....

7 01 7
50
6 13 0...

5 3
55
770.....

997
60

0....

10 5
63
9 11 0...

11 17 3
70

0...

14 6 11 75 and upwards ..........14 13 0....

18 0 All the intermediate ages will receive in proportion. N.B. The annexed is a short scale of some of the rates, upon which Government are now granting Life, Annuities: they are payable half-yearly at the Bank of England, the same as the diridends, and may he Teccrred by power of attorney. The Life-Annuity Act having been amended, they may henceforward be purchased wlien the 31. per cent. Consols or Reduced Annuities are at or above 50. Keduction National Debl und Government Life Annuity Office, Bank-street, Cornhill,

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COURSE of the EXCHANGE, from July 1, to July 25, 1817, both inclusive.

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Amsterdam, B. &0................... 98-6 a 97-6
Ditto at sight ....

3-0 a 37Amsterdam, c. f.

1--16 a 11-10 Ditto at sight..

11-13 all-7 Rotterdam, c. f.2 U

U-17 a 11-11 Antwerp, ex money

11-17 a 11-18 Hamburgh U

.35-5 a 3Altona 9 U

.35-la 34-7 Paris, 5 day's sight

24--80 a 24-30 Ditia, & Usance.

.....95-0 a 24-50 Boordeaux, ditto..

.25-0a 04-50 Frankfort on the Main, ex money....147} a 1451 Madrid, effective...

.34 a 36 Cadiz, effective....

......35 a $

Hilboa, effective
Seville
Gibraltar
Lrghorn. ......
Genoa
Venice Italian Liy..
Malta
Naples
Palermo per oz.
Lisbon
Oporto
Rio. Janeiro
Dublin...

....95! a 56

.344 a 55
.......sil a sig

48 a 4RE
451 a 451

27
...47! a 47
.........40 a 104
..........180d.

58 a 571
574 a 58
59
19 a 124
184

Cork .......

Agio on the Bank of Holland, 2 per cent.

PRICES of BULLION, al per Ounce. Purtugal Gold, in coin ......31. 198. od. a Ol. Os. Od. New Dollars....

..ol. Ss. Il a ol. 58. Pile (sold in Bars...

Si. 198. 01. a 41. 08. od. Silver in Bars, Standard... 01. 5. rd, a Ss. 34 d. New Doubloons .. ....31. 158. Mut. a ol.18, od, New Louis, each

The above 'Table contains the highest and lowest prices. 2th July, 1817.

JAMES WETENIIALL, SWORN BROKER.

Prired by Joyce Gold, Snud-laue, luudus

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