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Glasgowe. Whent, 240 lbs. Oats, 264 Ibs. Barley, 320 lbs. Bns.&Pse. Oatmeal Flow. 1819.
Dantzic. For.red. British. Irish. British. English. Scots: Stir. Mea. 140 lbs. 1280ls.
S. S. d.
nd, sd. May 19 38 40 0133 36 35 36 17 20 0 18 19 U
48 6 19 OF OU 26 38 40 0153 30 35 3.3 116 18 6 18 19 0
26 98 0 23 24 N18 6 13 0 60 June 38 40 51 36 33 35 116 19 6 18 19 0
25 97 22 23 618 0286 91 38 40 0 31 36 33 35 16 20 0 18 19 0
124 26 226 24
s, d. 8. d. May 873 547 11
151 72 3 50 6
S. d. s. d. S. d. 8. d. s. a. S. d. s. d. s. d. S. d. s.
Aggregate Average Prices of the Twelve Maritime Districts of England and Wales, by,
which Importation is to be regulated in Great Britain.
Oatmeal, 35s. 100.-Rape Seed. 84s. Od.
15th May 1819. Wheat, 635. 20.-Rye, 4 6s. 6d.-Barley 90s. 6d.-Oats, s. 5d.-Beans, 11s. 3d.--Peate, 41s. 104
Oatmeal, per bol], 206. Ild.-Ber o Big, Jus. Su.
COLONIAL PRODUCE.-Sugars. The demand for all descriptions, which has been languid for some weeks, with a considerable decline of prices, has begun again to revive. The purchases of Muscovades last week were considerable. The refined market-greate ly revived ; Lumps sold freely at the advance of 3s. to 5s., and finer descriptions were in request at the advance of is. to 28. Molasses were heavy, and might be purchased at a decline of 1s. to 2s. Cotton.-A sale is to commence at the India House on the Ilth instant, consisting of 83 bales Bourbon, 1200 Surats, 150 Bengals, and 100 of the latter damaged ; it is stated that the Company's Surats will be put up at 9d., under which they will not be sold. The purchases since Tuesday last consist of 60 fair Bahias in bond at 16d. ; 20 Pernams, 20d. ; 400 Bengals, the latter nearly all good fair quality, sold at 6d. ; a few inferior sold at 5fd., and a parcel of better quality at 6ļd. A public sale of Demerara and Grenada descriptions was attempted, but there appeared no purchasers ; the whole were in consequence withdrawn. Coffee. There have been great fuctuations in coffee. The prices, which had fallen in the latter part of last month, are again on the advance. At a public sale on Thursday, Dutch sold at 4s. to 5s per cwt. higher, St Domingo at an advance of 2s. to 3s., and Jamaica 5s. to 6s. On Friday, Dutch obtained a farther advance of 2s. to 3s. ; St Domingo on Saturday was reported to have realized 93s. Tea.--A sale commenced at the India House on the 1st instant, and still continues; the Boheas have sold 7d. under last sale prices, and common Congou 2d. to 3d. per lb. lower. Rum. The market continued exceedingly heavy till Friday the 28th ult., when a public sale established the prices at a very considerable reduction from the late nominal quotations. Tobacco...The market remains heavy. The new Excise duties will, it is supposed, have no effect on the home consumption. Delivered for home use, last month, 545 hhds. Oils. There is very little alteration in the prices. Seed-oil is declining.
EUROPEAN PRODUCE.-Tallow. The prices have given way considerably; and the reduction has not facilitated sales. Hemp may also be purchased on lower terms; and in Flac there is little variation. Brandy and Geneva are both again lower.June 8.
Course of Exchange, London, June 8.- Amsterdam, 11 : 14. Ditto, at sight, 11:11. Rotterdam, 11 : 15. Antwerp, 11 : 17. Hamburgh, 35 : 4. Altona, 35 : 5. Paris, 3 days sight, 24 : 85. Bourdeaux, 25 : 15. Frankfort on the Maine, 1444. Madrid, 364. Cadiz, 37. Gibraltar, 334. Leghorn, 50. Genoa, 47. Lisbon, 54. Oporto, 54. Rio Janeiro, 61. Dublin, 15. Cork, 15 per cent. Prices of Bullion per oz.-
Foreign gold in bars L.3: 19:0. New dollars L.0: 50%. Silver in bars standard L. 0:5:25.
Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's.-Guernsey or Jersey 15s.--Cork or Dublin 158.-Belfast 158.-Hamburgh los. 6. Madeira 20s. tó 258..Jamaica 30s.Greenland out and home 3148. Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from May 19 to June 9, 1819.
May 19. May 26. i June 2. June 9.
PRICES CURRENT, JUNE 5, 1819.
LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL. LONDON. TEA, Bohea, per lb. @
1 1 2 0 Congou,
2 11 3 5 Souchong,
4 3 4 6 SUGAR, Musc. cwt. B. P. Dry Brown, 68s.
53 66 60 78 Mid. Good, & Fine Mid. 76 84 69 82
83 65 67 Fine and very fine, 88 96
90 78 Brazil, Brown,
28 35 35 37 White,
48 43 52 Refined, Double Loaves, 140 150
1 2 (ib.) 14 Powder ditto, 115 124
94 113 Single ditto, 112 119
118 Small Lumps, 101 115
120 100 110 Large ditto, 98 110
100 110 98 107 Crushed Lumps,
56 64 MOLASSES, British,
32 34 COFFEE, Jamaica, Ord. good, and fine ord. 95 110
15 Fine and very fine,
118 126 Dutch, Triage & very ord. 85 90
Ord. good, & fine ord. 95 IJO St Domingo,
90 100 PIMENTO (in Bond), Ib. 8
7 74 61 SPIRITS Jam. Rum 160.P. 3 10 4 0 3 7
30 Brandy, gal. 5 6 5 9
3 4 3 6 Aqua,
7 0 72 Wixes, Clar. Ist Gr. hhd. 60 64
35 065 Portugal Red, pipe, 48 54
54 060 Spanish White, butt. 34 55
30 0 65 Teneriffe, pipe,
30 35 Madeira, 60 70
50 Logwood, Jamaica, ton, £8
7 0 7 7
7 15 Honduras,
7 10 7 15 6 10 6 15 8 0 8 Campeachy,
8 10 9 0 7 10 Fustic, Jamaica, 9 10
7 10 8 10 | 11 | 12 0 Cuba, 11
10 10 11 0 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, lb. 98 od 11 6 8 6 9 6 8 0 8 9 10 10 6 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot, 2 4 2 6
2 6 2 8 Ditto Oak,
5 6 Honduras Mahogany,
1 8 0 10 ) 8 1 2 1 6 13 Tar, American, brl.
14 6 16 6 19 6 Archangel, 21 23
16 6 17 6 TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Candle, 66
59 Home melted, cwt. 67 68 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton,
51 52 Petersburgh Clean, 45 46
45 45 FLAX, Riga Th. & Dr. Ra. 74
60 130 Irish,
55 MATS, Archangel,
38 TOBACCO, Virg. fine, lb.
940 55 70 8 inferior,
7 31 O 40 41 Cottons, Bowed Georgia,
10 1 2 11 1 1 Sea Island, fine,
2 4 2 8 2 3 2 6 1 Dernerara and Berbice,
1 3 1 6 1 24 1 6 1 4 17 Pernambucco,
17 174| 1 45 16 19 Maranham,
1 5 1 6'1 33 1 41' i 5 16
ALPHABETICAL List of ENGLISH BANKRUPTS, announced in May 1819,
extracted from the London Gazette.
Ainsworth, J. Bolholt near Bury, Lancaster, Hodgson, R. Fleet-street, London, oilman whitster
Hunter, J. Bucklersbury, London, merchant Appleyard, J. Kingston-upon-Hull, bricklayer Hale, J. London, tavern-keeper Austin, J. London, corn-dealer
Hall, w. Highgate, Middlesex, victualler Abrahams, L. and A. London, oil-merchants Henderson, J., and J. Mirley, London, linenBulmer, J. sen, and J. Bulmer, jun. South drapers Shields, ship-builders
Holder, E. Puddleston, Hereford, auctioneer Binns, J. sen. anu J. Binns, jun. Looe, Cornwall, Higton, J., and J. Brewer, London, Warehouse
merchants Baylis, J., and T, Thomson, London, ironmon- Hartley, C. Whitehaven, joiner gers
Hornby, G. Liverpool, brewer Broomhead, J. Sheffield, merchant
Halmshaw, J., and J. Swallow, York, carpetBureh, N., and W. Smith, Birtles cum Bamford, manufacturers Lancaster, calico-printers
Hirst, A. Beverley, York, worsted-manufacturer Bell, J. R. London, insurance-broker
Horton, W. P. Rochdale, Lancaster, woollen-maBeardsworth, J., and J. Bealey, Blackburn, cot nufacturer ton-manufacturers
Hadlay, T. Birmingham, merchant Brooker, W. London, timber-merchant
Hall, W. Middlesex, upholsterer Bates, J. Leyburu, Kent, miller
Heath, H. Middlesex, dealer in pictures Bound, R. Sopley, Southampton, miller
Jones, S. O. London, potter Blackburn, w., and P, C. S. Rousseau, Middle Illingworth, J. Leeds, woollen-cloth-manufacturer sex, corn-dealers
Jopson, W., and C. Wignall, Liverpool, turpenBourne, s. Leek, Stafford, ironmonger
tine-dealers Brooke, G. Leominster, Hereford, draper
Jackson, R. W. Melksham, Wilts, grocer Ball, J. Poole, shoemaker
Ikins, J. Rockhead in Mirfield, York, merchant Beekett, J., and J. Roberts, London, trimming. Johnson, S. Middlesex, cabinet-maker manufacturers
Izod, W. Redditch, Worcester, draper Blackford, R. London, stationer
Jorden, J. S. Birmingham, dealer Bevis, T. London, coachmaker
Kitchingham, J. London, merchant Bashamn, C. Norwich, coachmaker
Kleft, H. W. V. London, oil-merchant Bromley, J. jun. Stafford, shoe-manufacturer
Kain, R., and W.H. Cuth, London, merchants Ball, T. Froine Selwood, Somerset, wool-stapler Kershaw, G. Romford, Essex, shopkeeper Barlow, J. Bolton-le-Moors, Lancaster, druggist Lund, J., and J. Walsh, Lancaster, cotton-manuBirt, W. Bristol, broker
facturers Brown, K., and G. H. Harris, London, ironinon- Lang, H. G., and W. Lancaster, calico-printers gers
Langton, R. London, merchant Blake, T. Cowes, brewer
Lawrence, R. Minety, Wilts, grocer Chapinan, J. Margate, baker
Lindsay, W. J. W. Ailn Hewer, Bath, silk-merCooper, G. Walton-upon-Thames, Surrey, brewer Cohen, G, A. London, merchant
Langston, R, sen. Manchester, cotton-merchant Cummings, J. Middlesex, brewer
Lowe, G., and B. Cohen, Manchester, fustianClunie, R. A. Berwick-upon-Tweed, corn-mer manufacturers chant
Lowe, G. Manchester, merchant Cox, J. Middlesex, linen-draper
Levor, J. Ashby-de-la-Zouch, draper Corney, J. and R. London, merchants
Lansdell, J, Middlesex, victualler Coleman, W. Gosport, baker
Lewis, J. Mincing.Lane, London, merchant Critchley, J. Liverpool, merchant
Lee, W. Calverley, York, cloth-inanufacturer Coldwell, T. S. Norwich, coachmaster
Meadon, W. Bath, coachmaker Davis, D. London, jeweller
Manning, W. Bristol, dealer Dyer, W. sen, London, goldsmith
Mallinson, D., and T. Lapton, York, calico-print Dickson, W. jun. Liverpool, wine-merchant Doming, D. Warsley, Lancaster, innkeeper Martin, M, D. London, jeweller Dawson, G., and W. Longdon, London, colour Moss, B. London, watchmaker manufacturers
Montague, D. Loadou, soap-manufacturer Dutiil, J. Bromsgrove, Worcester, grocer
Munford, E. Liverpool, silversmith Dickinson, J. Manchester, dealer
Midgley, R. Haruen, York, worsted-manufacDaily, J. Woolwich, innkeeper Eari, T. Kingston-upon-Thaines, bargemaster Macdonald, R., and J. Waring, Liverpool, merEwbank, J. London, bottle-merchant
chants Elliot, W. jun. Tunbridge Wells, Kent, cheese- Marshall, W. Middlesex, checsemonger monger
Marshall, W. H. Home, Spalding, York, miller Evans, S. Bristol, victualler
Norris, T. Middlesex, victualler Eddison, T. Romford, linen-draper
Orr, J. Bucklersbury, London, merchant Fisher, T. Liverpool, master-mariner
Vughton, J. Aston, near Birmingham, manufac Fox, R. jun. Norwich, silk-mercer
turer Foote, B. London, victualler
Outram, J. and W. Welsh, Liverpool, common Frith, M. Dewsbury, York, lime-burner
brewers Flaction, F. Middlesex, jeweller
Ord, R. Deptford, Kent, butcher Fletcher, s. Doncaster, haberdasher
Puxley, J, London, carpenter Gorton, J. H., and J. and W. Roberts, Tottington, Parsons, A. London, horse-dealer Lancaster, cotton-spinners
Pyper, G. Newport, Monmouth, shopkeeper Grimsby, J. B. Kingston-upou-Hull, haberdasher Piattington, W., and A. L. Bewdley, Worcester, Gotureux, J. London, broker
grocers Goode, J. Liverpool, merchant
Peate, T. Great Coggeshall, Essex, corn-factor Golding, J. Colchester, lanner
Powell, J. and E. Middlesex, oil and colour men George, S., and R. Webb, Bristol, sugar-refiners Parkin, w. Natterton, York, miller George, W. Frome Selwood, Somerset, clothier Poynor, C. Shareshill, Stafford, butcher Goldeney, T. Chippenham, Wilts, clothier Petrit, C. Birmingham, glover Gaugain, P.J. Middlesex, jeweller
Paine, E. jun London, merchant Hayton, J. B. Kingston-upon-Hull, merchant Penny, M. Shepton Mallet, Somerset, corn-factor Hawkins, C. Gosport, grocer
Pearcy, M. London, merchant Heginbottom, J. Ashton-under-Line, roper Rosister, E, Warıninster, Wilts, clothier Holmes, A. Chesterfield, H. White, and T. Tin Ramsay, W. North Shields, ship-owner
dall, Chester-le-Street, Durham, hat-manu Ridley, R. London, carpenter facturers
Rees, W. Margham, Glamorgan, grocer, &c
Rhoades, I. Jun. Hoxton, glass-mounter Tolley, S. Ridlington, Oxford, cor-dealer
Winstanlay, T., and w. Crole, Liverpool, au Richards, J., E. C. Richards, and J. Richards, tioneers
jun. London and Birmingham, merchants Wilmot, J. Manchester, merchant. Roberts, E. London, merchant
Wriglay, B. Manchester, merchant ... 2: Rossiter, J. Shepton Mallet, clothier
Walker, B. London, tailor Smith, J. London, horse-dealer 5*,
Wood, R. London, paper-hanger Stunt, T. London, carpet manufacturer
Williams, W. G. London, auctioneer Statham, P., and J. Hardwick, Lancaster, dyerg Wild, R. Strand, Middlesex, tailor Steemson, T. Kingston-upon-Hull, ship-builder Wyatt, T. Smithfield, Middlesex, stagecoach Slingsby, J. Manchester, calico-printer
master Shepherd, M. Fareham, Southampton, hop-dealer Wame, W. Middlesex, boot and shoemaker Smith, W. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, grocer
Watts, W. Gosport, victualler Smith, E. Westminster, chinaman
Wotherspoon, M. Liverpool, merchant Shoobridge, C. Kensington, draper
Wils E. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant Smithson, R. Whalley, Lancaster, butter-factor Watt, J. Preston, Lancaster, línen-draper Scudamore, C. Manchester, woollen-card-manu Wood, B. Narborough, Leicester, hosier facturer
Williams, P. G. London, painter Swanzy, J. London, merchant
Williams, s. Brighthelmstone, carpenter Smith, B. Bristol, coal-merchant
Woodward, J. Bunbury, Oxford, upholsterer Schofield, T. Kingston-upon-Thames, maltster Waddington, G. Blackburn, Lancaster, merchant Shaw, J. Stonehouse, Devon, pawnbroker
Wilson, J. jun. Ville of Kenswich, Worcester, fak Simpson, R. London, merchant Shynn, J. Malden, Essex, coal and wine-merchant Wood, E., and R. Bellwood, Sculosates, York, Simms, W. Swindon, Stafford, coal-dealer
timber merchants Stead, M. Ludlow, Salop, stone-mason
Yandall, E. Kingsland, Middlesex, coach-proTusou, J. London, builder
prietor Thomson, J. London, victualler
Yates, G. London, plumber Taylor, T. Guildford, Surrey, liquor-merchant Zimmer, J. Welbeck Street, Middlesex, inercia Tittensor, C. W., and J. Tittensor, London, whole
sale button sellers
ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES and Dividends, announced in
May 1819, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Patison, A. Edinburgh, merchant
Pollock, J. Greenhead, Glasgow, cotton-spinner Adam, J. sen. Glasgow, merchant, muslin-madu
Smith, T. Glasgow, saddler facturer and agent, late of Paisley
Stewart, J. Pitnacree, innkeeper, and wheel 1
Tyrie, T. Paisley, vintner
I » DIVIDENDS.
Baxter, W. W. Dundee, merchant; by J. G. Ras Grahame, T, Glasgow, merchant and manufac sel, merchant there, 27th June. turer
by the trustee, kun Irving, E. Leith, merchant
June. Kay, A. and Son, Glasgow, cabinet-makers More, J. Glasgow, lately agent for the Royal Martin, J. Glasgow, manufacturer
Bank, and banker, merchant, and trader there, Mitchell, T. Dundee, soap-manufacturer
by J. Syme, Commercial Banking Company's Nimmo, R. Edinburgh, grocer
office there, Loth June. Paterson, Walker, and Co. Leith, merchants and Urquhart, W. Glasgow, merchant; by M. Portet, commission agents
accountant there, 10th June. *9111'/ "0
nutno 111! kas padomi
**** 19 BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. ?!?] •* 13/10 UV et BIRTUS.
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotes"Nov. 11, 1818. At Bombay, the Hon. tiary at the Court of Denmark, a son. Mrs Buchanan, a son.
29. At Aberdour House, Mrs Gordon, Dec. 21, The lady of William Mackenzic, Esq. surgeon to the Governor's body At Dundee, the lady of John Masa: guard, Vadras, a son.
well, Esq. Tay Street, a daughter. March 10, 1819, At Montreal, Lower 30. At Madsfield, Lespiahagow, Mirs Canada, the lady of Major Gecrge Hen. Wilson, a son.
les derson, royal engineers, a son.
May 1. At Cairnhill, the Hon. Mrs HaApril 7. At Rome, the lady of John milton, a son. Macpherson, Esq. a daughter.
4. In George Street, Edinburgh, 18. At Bedale, Yorkshire, the lady of' lady of John Mansfield, Esqr a daughter Sir J. P. Beresford, Bart. a daughter. 5. At London, the lady of the Ho.
20. At Bath, the lady of Sir Alexander Thomas Erskine, a daughter, which sui, Hood, Bart. à son.
vived only a few hours. 26. at Copenhagen, the lady of Augus 8. At London, the Right Hon. bad tus John Foster, Esq. his Majesty's Envoy Louúsa Lambton, a daughter. her