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56. Stock-White Wall-flower. DOWN, W. jun., Purtsea, woollen-draper. 57. .... Scarlet, ten-week.

EARCE, W., Biriningham, victualler.

FOSTER, J., Leeds, printer. 58. Mignionette.

GREATOREX, T., Albany-street, Regent's59. Sweet-william.

park, bay-salesman. 60. Sweet Pea.

HANNUM, C., Chippenham, Wilts, carpenter. 61. Venus's Looking-glass.

HARDCASTLE, R., West Smithfield, plumber.

HARDIMAN, J. and W., St. Dunstan's-hill, 62. Virginia Stock.

Lower Thames-street, slip-agents. 63. Wall-flower.

JONES, W. R., Shad Thames, lighterman.

LEARY, D., Parliament-street, surgeon. FIELD SEEDS.

MAY, T., Chesterfield, grocer. Swedish Turnip Seed.-Any quan- NEEP, W.E. J., Norwich, silversmith,

MOXON, J. jun., Southampton, chemist. tity under 10lbs. 9d. a pound ; and any NOEL, L. J.J., Carey-street, Lincoln's-inn, quantity above 10lbs. and under 50lbs. scrivener. 8d. a pound; any quantity above 50lbs. SMITH, G., Stoke-mills, East Stoke, Dorset9d. a pound; above 100lbs. 7d. A

shire, miller. parcel of seed may be sent to any part

STOKES, B., Droitwich, chandler. of the kingdom ; I will find proper

SCOTCH SEQUESTRATION. bags, will send it to any coach or van or wagon, and have it booked at my MEEK, W., Stockbridge, Edinburgh, builder. expense ; but the money must be paid at my shop before the seed be sent away ;

Tuesday, Feb. 12, 1833. in consideration of which I have made due allowance in the price. If the

BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. quantity be small, any friend can call PEARCE, H., Bishopsgate Within, tavernand get it for a friend in the country;

keeper. if the quantity be large, it

REYNOLDS, R., Manchester, cabinet-maker. be sent may

SANDYS, T., Bell-court, Brook’s-market, by me.

bookseller. MANGEL WURZEL SEED.-Any quan

BANKRUPTS, tity under 10lbs., 8d. a pound; any quantity above 10lbs, and under 50lbs., BOWDITCH, W., Exeter, grocer. 7d. a pound; any quantity above 50lbs., BUSBY,C.A.,Brighthelmston, Sussex, builder.

BRUNT, T. I., Whittington, Derbys., tanner. 6d. a pound; any quantity above ETCHES, W., Doncaster, auctioneer. 100lbs., 6d. a pound. The selling at GILBERT, T., Birmingham, the same place as above; the payment HILLS, S., Hammersmith, schoolmistress. in the same manner.

HOOPER, W., Farmington, Gloucestershire,

farmer. TREE SEED.

INNES, J., St. Mildred's-court, merchant. Locust Seed.-68. a pound.

JACOMBS, J., Coventry, and W. Jacombs,

Nuneaton, riband-manufacturers.
JOYCE, H., Milford-lane and Essex-street,

Strand, oilman.
MATTERSON, E., Leeds, chemist.

NELSON, T., Stibbington, Huntingdonshire,


RATHER, W., Grantham, Lincolns., scrivener,
FRIDAY, FEB. 8, 1833.

ROWE, W. M., Stamford, grocer.

SIM, J., Whitehaven, currier.

WILSON, J., Ernest-street, Regent's-park, WITT, G., Chenies-street, Bedford-square, victualler. cheesemonger.


LAMB, R., Edinburgh, merchant.
BROWN, C.,Tottenham-ct.-rd., china-dealer.
CROKER, E., Lombard-street, tobacconist.

LONDON MARKETS. BARNARD, A., Norwich, money-scrivener. MARK-Lane, CORN-EXCHANGE, Feb. 11.--COHEN, J.W., Lower Ormond-quay, Dublin, The supplies of wheat from the home counties

and Bury-street, St. Mary Axe, London, have been to-day much more moderate than wholesale jeweller.

of late, yet several parcels having been left on

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hand at the close of Friday's market, the stone ; with beef, mutton, coarse and inferior stands exhibited a tolerably fair show of sam- veal and pork at Friday's quotatioos. ples. The quality of the wheat fresh up was The beasts appeared to consist of about generally rough. The best runs obtained equal numbers of short-horns and Devonshire quite as much money as this day se'nuighi, (priocipally) steers and oxen, with some cows but all secondary and ill-conditioned sorts and heifers ; Irish beasts, and Welch runts, hung heavily on hand, and must be noted for the most part from Lincolnshire, Leicesterfully Is.cheaper than last Monday. Old wheat shire, Northamptonshire, aud the western was in very limited request at its former cur- districts ; and Scots and Norfolk home-breds, rency. Tu bonded corn pothing doing. chiefly from Norfolk; with, perhaps, 100

The fresh arrivals of barley were inconsi. Herefords, from the midland districts; about derable; bright malting qualities, which are as inany Sussex beasts, principally steers and extremely scarce, were worth fully 32s. to 345.; oxen, and about the same number of Town's. but black stained sorts were difiicult to dispose end cows, with a few Staffords, &c., from of at 24s. to 27.s., and distilling and grinding various quarters. descriptions at 21s. to 23s., being fully Is. A full moiety of the sheep were new Leilower than on Monday, and very dull sale at cesters, of the South Down and different whitethe decline.

faced crosses, in the proportion of about two The malt trade continues extremely heavy. of the former to four of the latter ; the re

We had a large parcel of oats offering, the mainder about equal numbers of Kents and accuinulation of the previous week, added to Kentish half-breds, polled, with some horned, some fresh arrivals this morning; the article Norfolks, and old Leicesters, with a few horned experienced a slow and languid sale: the best and pulled Scotch and Welch sheep, horned qualities are 6d., and inferior and stale parcels Somersets, Dorsets, &c. 1s., lower than last Monday.

Beasts, 2,266 ; sheep, 16,120 ; calves, 102; Beans very dull sale, but not cheaper. pigs, 120.

Peas, both boiling, grey, and maple, were ls, to 2s. lower, with a limited sale. Flour in fair demand at former rates.

MARK-LANE.-Friday, Feb. 15. Wheat

54s. to 603,

The arrivals this week are moderate. The Rye.

32s, to 34s.

market dull, at the prices of Monday. Barley

21s. to 23s. fine.

30s. to 32s.
Peas, White
303. to 34s.


36s. to 40s,


Cent. Fri. Sat. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur. 1

30s, to 34s.

Cons. Ann.
Beans, Small

-S. to S.

28s. to 30s, Oats, Scotch Potato

22s. to 24s. Feed

13s. to 18s. Flour, per sack


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servants, against every proposition for the taking off of taxes, many of them will be ready to ask : “ But, why should not “ the independent country gentlemen "be for the taking off of taxes; they bear their share of the taxes; they must “ feel their pressure, in proportion to “ their means, as well as the middle and "working classes; and, therefore, they

must be honest, at any rate, in their

" opposition to the taking off of taxes." POLITICAL PROCEEDINGS

In answer to this, which is very natural, AND PROSPECTS.

let my readers peruse the following re

solutions, moved by me in the House Bolt-court, 20. February, 1833. of Commons on Monday, the 18. in. The country has been surprised; stant. I beg my readers to go through it has been stunned by the commence this most interesting detail of facts, ment of the proceedings of the re- with great attention. They will then formed Parliament. According to all see,

* how the independent country that the world has seen of our an- gentlemen have borne their share of cestors ; according to the excellent in. " the taxes, and how disinterested they herent character of the people,that which must be in voting against the taking we now behold is that which a reflecting

66 off of taxes." man would have expected to see; “ Resolved, - That, by the act of pamely, taking time to think; feeling Parliament, passed on the 11. of strong resentment; but taking time to “ July, 1815, being chapter 184 of the think on what they ought to do. They “ fifty-fifth of George the Third, imclearly see, by the divisions which have “posing certain duties on stamps, taken place, and by other things which" amounting annually, in the 'aggrethey have beheld, that the two con. gate, to upwards of seven millions a.. tending political factions have united ; year, the utmost care has been taken they see not the smallest intention of “ to exempt the nobility and great taking off even the sinallest of the taxes." landed proprietors from bearing any They see a determination to uphold the “ but a very small share of the burden; present system in all its parts ; and they “ and further, to make the tax heavier see the terrible means which are to be " and heavier, in proportion to the made use of for the upholding of this smallness of the amount of property system.

on which it is levied ; so that each Nothing can be more useful to my " tax goes on, pressing heavier and readers than for ine, in this state of “heavier, from the very rich down to affairs, to lay before them the grounds the very poor, as will clearly appear of my opinion as to the prospect which "' by a reference to the letter of the is now before us; and, in order that I " said act. may do this the more effectually, and “ That, by this act, various duties on: in the manner most likely to be at legacies, and on property coming by tended with advantage, I must give

“ intestate succession, are imposed apthem some short account of the prin- “plicable to different degrees of rela.. cipal transactions in the House of Com- ' tionship between the legatees and the mons. Though they were told by me successors and the deceased, beginning long ago, that the two political factions“ at one per cent., and going on to ten would join in support of the King's "per cent. ; but that, from these duties


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