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Hon. John Forster Alleyne, late President 5. At Cargen, near Dumfries, Mrs. of His Majesty's Council of that island. Stothert, of Cargen.

Nov. 13. At Clifton, Lady Sullivan, 6. At Charmouth, Lieui. Gabriel Bray, relict of Sir B. Sullivan.

R. N., aged 74. 20. At Sidmouth, aged 70, the Rev. Jas. Joseph Gundry, of Bridport, DorBernard, Rector of Combeflory, Somerset, set, Esq., banker, aged 73. and of Stoodleigh, Devon.

8. The Rt. Hon. Thomas Steele, aged 21. At Blackwell, near Darlington, 70. Durham, Capt. Ralph Milbanke, Ř.N., At Newport, Isle of Wight, B. D. aged 75.

Speke, Esq. of the 64th regt., third son of 22. At the Hague, Wm. Barker, Esq., Wm. Speke, Esq., of Jordans, Somerset, of East Sheen, Surrey, late Captain in aged 24. H.M.'s 20th Light Dragoons.

9. At the Friary, St. James's Palace, In Trinity Square, John Roebuck, Christina Catherine, wife of A. F. C. Esq.

Kollmann, Esq., organist at his Majesty's 24. At St. Enoder Vicarage, aged 84,

German Chapel. the Rev. Wm. Hocker, A.B., of Exeter In Brighton, Miss Masquerier. College, Oxford.

Emma Frances, 2d daughter of Jas. More Molyneux, Esq., of Mr. Bennet, Secretary to Lloyd's, aged Loseley Park, Surrey.

16. 27. In Brunswick-square, Harden Burn 10. At Plymouth, Susanna, wife of ley, Esq., aged 83, father-in-law of Joseph Capt. Digby Murray, 3d regt. of Guards, Hume, Esq., M.P.

aged 23. 28. At Picton Castle, Pembrokeshire, 10. Margaret, wife of Mr. C. Sutherthe Rt. Hon. Rich. Philips Lord Milford. land, of Astey’s-row, Islington.

At Stamford, Lincolnshire, Wm. At Fenney Bentley, near Ashborne, Bury, Esq. of Ripon, Yorkshire, formerly Derbyshire, the Rev. John Bowness, late a Capt. in the 11th Foot, aged 71.

Perpetual Curate of Brassington, aged Charles, third son of Chas, Barclay, 52. Esq., of Clapham Common, aged 13.

In Brook-street, aged 63, Sir Eyre 30. At Ham Common, Eliz. Mary, Coote, of West Park, Hants. wife of Capt. Booth, 15th King's Hussars. 11. In the Barnfield, Exeter, Sibella,

At Naples, Lieut. Col. Monier relict of the late R. Lambert, Esq., of Williams, of the Hon. E.I. Comp. Ser Dorchester. vice, Bombay.

In Chapel-street, Grosvenor-place, Dec. 1. Ai Cowes, Mr. John Maynard, Fred. Chapman, Esq., aged 86. R. N., aged 90. He was at the taking of - Mary, relict of the late John Greaves, Quebec, in 1755.

Esq., of Highfield, near Manchester. Aged 28, D. D, Van Butchell, Mrs. Eliz. Sharp, late of Mansellyoungest son of the late Martin Van But street, aged 68. chell, of Broad-street, Golden-square. 12. Aged 70, Major Gen. W. D. Faw

In the Meal Vennal, Edinburgh, cett, of the Hon. E.I.C.'s Service, and Mrs. J. M.Kay, aged 101. She retained second son of the late General Sir W'm. her faculties till the day of her death. Fawcett, K.B.

- In Hunter-street, Brunswick-square, 13. Aged 49, the Rev. David FitzpaMrs. Adams, widow of John Adams, Esq. trick Price, D.D., of Bradfield, Essex. late of Peterwell, Cardigan.

18. At Cheltenham, aged 78, Mrs. Mrs. Curteis, of Devonshire-place. Lightbourne, of Sandy will Park, Glou3. In his 9th year, the Hon. John Rus cester. sel Keppel, youngest son of the Earl of 19. The wife of Mr. Bennet, Secretary Albemarle.

at Lloyd's, after a few days' illness.

She Jobn Marsh, Esq., late Chairman of survived the death of her second daughter, the Victualling Board, aged 77.

Emma Frances, only ten days. At Cornwood, Devon, aged 73, the At the Royal Naval Hospital, at Rev. Duke Yonge, vicar of that parish, Haslar, Lieut. N. D. Barnes, R.N., late and of Sheviock, Cornwall.

of the Preventive Station at Pagham. At Deptford, Mrs. Wallis, wife of 20. In Rathkeale, Robert Allen, Esq., Capt. John Wallis.

M.P., late of H.M.'s Navy. 4. At Leamington, aged 70, Harriot, 21. At Weymouth, Anna, the wife of relict of Lieut.-Gen. Wm. Gardiner, aunt Capt. Newcombe, C.B., of H.M.'s ship to the present Sir John Wrottesley, Bart., Pyramus. and sister to the late Duchess of Grafton. 22. Peter Giles, Esq., of Grosvenor.

At Boulogne, the Rev. W. Tilt, place, aged 69. late of Newtimber-place, aged 52.

24. At Blackheath, of the hooping5. In Devonshire-str., Portland-place, cough, aged thirteen months, Alexander Catherine Spencer, wife of Mr. Octavius William, son of Major John Hickes, of Greene.

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LIST of SHIPS trading to INDIA and Eastward of the CAPE of GOOD HOPE.

Where Owners or Consignees. Destination.

Reference for Freight or Ships' Names.

Captains. loading.

Passage.

ford, &c.

den, Esq.

Asiatic Journ.-No. 97.

Lydiate.
of Dublin.
square,
1824.)
Major Polbill.
ley, Esq., aged 73.
Lowe House, St. Helen's, formerly in-

Aged 79, the Rev. Mr. Johnson,

At Wellbrook, Ireland, aged 80, the Rev. James Meara, Rector of Fresh- Madras Wicklow, Wm. Whelling, Esq., formerly

- At Holywell, Delgany, County of den, Esq., second son of the late E. Plowmany years an alderman of that town. - At Ghent, in Flanders, Wm. Plow

At Bayswater, Isabella, wife of - At Bridgwater, T. Allen, Esq., Discount on Private Bills, lister, late of Wimpole-street, CavendishEliza, widow of General Keith Maca

Lately. In Ludgate-street, aged 32, cumbent of the Roman Catholic Chapel, Spaniele Dollars : S: R. 207 0 to 207 + for 100 25. In Bloomsbury-place, George Bur

open date
is. 11d. to 1s. 114d.
Ditto 2 months certain
Bombay, per 100 Bomb. Is..
B. of Eng. Notes Do. 10 0 to 108 eachi.
Non Remittable Do.
Bank Shares, premium 50 to 60 per cent. nominal.
Ditto Government Do.:
Interest on Deposit Loans

100 Madras dn..

Price of Bullion.
Buy.] Exchange on London at Six Months. (Sell.

At 30 days' sight :
Per Sicca Rupees.

Bank of Bengal Rates.
Remittable Paper S. Rs. 94 to 34 8 per cent. prem.

Government Securities.
Calcutta Price Current of 14th Aug. 1823.

EXCHANGES.
INDIAN SECURITIES AND

13 to 19 8

Do. 94 to 98 S.Rs. 92

18.11fd. to 25.
Do. 38 do.
Do. 40 do.

Do. 28° do.
S. Rs. 3 0 per cent,

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TIMES appointed for the EAST-INDIA COMPANY'S SHIPS of the SEASON 1823-24.

Macqueen 1332 John Campbell James Walker Henry Ager.. Alex. Reid .. A. Pitcairn.... F. Macqueen Alex. Macrae J. S. Anderson

182 3. 1894.
Berwickshire ... 1352 S. Marjoribanks John Shepherd . H. L. Thomas Fred. Madan T. M. Storr .. Rich. Chant T. Davidson.. J. W, Rose .. Bengal 8. China.
Duchess of Atholl 1330 Wm. E. Ferrers Edw. M. Daniell R. Dudman.. J. Luyken .... Thos. J. Dyer Henry Rivaz (Rich. H. Cox C.S. Compton
Duke of York.. 1327 S. Marjoribanks A. H. Campbell Wm. Pitman Jolin D. Orr.. Geo, Ireland ... F. Mac Neil.. David Allan .. Wm. Dallas ..
Castle Huntly...... 1200. H. Gledstanes H.A.Drummond Thos, Dunkins. V. Wood .. G. C. Kennedy Henry Wise Jolin Campbell Hen. Wright Bombay f China. 18 Nov 2 Dec. 8Jan.
4, Thomas Coutts .... 1334 s. Marjoribanks Alex, Chrystie. Wm. Drayner Arth. Vincent Henry Burn . J.Elphinstone Jas. Beveridge Wm Maltman
General Harris .... 1900 James Sims, .... Geo. Welstead.. J.CWhiteman s. Newdick

. J. M. Williams J.C. Milward Thos. Colledge W. Dickenson St. Helena, Ben

coolen, g China.
Canning . 1926 Comminy's Ship James Head Philip Baylis A, Rivers .... A. Broadhurst G. Crighton .. R. Simmons.. Wm. Ainslie

Earl of Balcarras 1417 Company's Ship Peter Camerou Tim. Smith . Wm. Pulham J. P. Griffith O. Richardson Henry Arnot J. L. Wardell Bengal & China.
Sir David Scott .. 1342 Joseph Hare .... John A. Tween

Thomas Blair Robert Scott.. D. J. Ward .. Nath. Grant.. Jos. Hodson..
4 London

St. Helena, Bon.
1332 Company's Ship John B. Sotheby B. Broughton T.B. Penfold WK. Packman Will, Pigott D. Mackenzie Jolin Herbert

bay, $ China
Dunira...
Marquis Camden
1925 Geo. Palmer .... Mont. Hamilton John Shute . N. de St. Croix James Wilson Jas. Rickett And. Kedslie . S. H. Ayres

1894.
1200 Hen. M. Samson Thos. Larkins .. Win. Morgan G. R. Fox .. . E. Markham A. Forbes .... A. Thomson
6 Lady Melville..

T. Collingwood

| Bombay& China.. 31 Dec 15 Jan.. 90 Feb.
o William Fairlie

1200 Sir Rbt. Wigram Rich. Clifford .. Robt. Clifford H. C. Smith Wm. Lewis .. r. Littlejohn John Eccles.. Wm. Clifford
1348 Joseph Hare .... Kennard Smith

Madr, and China.
4. Orwell....
1335 Matthew Isacke Wm. E. Farrer G, A. Bond John Gisborne

J. R. Pidding Wm. Bremner W. P. Burt

1824
7 Marquis of Huntley 1979 John McTaggart J. S. H. Fraser..
9 Princess Amelia...
Thos. Leach.. Wm. Marquis T. Hutchinson John Simpson W. M. Harper

28 Feb. 14 Mar.. 18 April
1275 Robert Williams Thos. Williams

Barron Milne Thos. Hacket 8. Asleit

871 St. Majoribanks John Levy ..... R. H. Rhind Henry Cole .. L. R. Pearce.. Henry Say
7. Asia

.... W. Hamilton W.De Charms
958 Henry Bonham T. F. Balderston D. Marshall
7 Rose

T, J. Wright W. Bonham Francis Burlin Jas. Gardner Two ships for
955 Thomas Mil:oy Thos. Al arquis.. JOM'Taggart John Sprott

William Cla.k Alex. Stirling John Milroy..

Madras and 7 Marchion, of Ely.. 952 Oct. Wigram C. E. Mangles.. Philip Herbert HM.Sierndale W.F.Hopkins

Wm. Scott.... Wm. Milleit.. Bengol; ihel 7 Prince Regent 5 General Hewitt 959 Hen. Bonham Henry Hosme!.. Jas, S. Biles .G. K Bathie John Moore..

T. Matthews Alex. Crowe.. others lo Ben894 Company's Ship Thos. W. Barrow Robert Lowis Rees Thomas F. G. Moore B.J. Bell. Edw. Turner . J.W. Graham

Bourbon ..... Mocha ........

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L. 3. d. L. f. d. Cochineal............. ...b.. O 3 6 to 0 4 6 totfee, Jara ............cwt. Chesibun.

3 15 0 4 5 0 Sumatra. ...........

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4 0 0

5 0 0 8 0 0 Cotton, Surat... ......

Ib. 006 0 0 8 Madras ................

0 0 6

0 0 7 Bengal

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0 0 7 Bourbon .............

0 0 10 013 Drugs, &c. for Dyeing. Aloes, Epatica.......cwt. 19 O O - 95 00 Anniseeds, Star............ 0 0 300 Borax, Renned....

9 0 0 2 1 0 Unrefined, or Tincal 25 0 2 15 0 Camphire unrefined...... 9 0 0 - 8 10 0 Cardemoms, Malabar..lb 0 27 033 Ceylon.............

0 0 10 - 013 Cassia Buds..........cwl. 16 10 0 17 00 Lignea .............

7 11 0 7 14 0 Castor Oil.............Ib. OOO China Root..........cwl, 1 15 0 2 0 0 Coculus Indicus..........

3 0 0 9 150 Colombo Root............ Dragon's Blood....

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96 0 0 Guin Ammoniac, lamp.. 7 0

9 0 0 Arabic..........

5 0

6 0 0 Assafætida.....

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1900 Benjamin .

S 0 0

5 0 0 Animi...........cwt. 3 0

10 0 0 Galbanum... ....... Gambogium

14 0 0 - 150 0 Myrrh.

7 0 0 -18 0 0 Olibanum............ 910 0 4 JO 0 Lac Lake..............lb, 0 0 9

0 2 0 Dye.

0 3 0 0 5 6 Shell, Block..

2 0 0 3 0 0 Shirered

2 5 0 5 0 0 Stick...

0 15 0

1 10 0 Musk, China..........Oz. 06 0 0 15 0 Nax Vomica.........cwt. 1 5 0 1 10 0 Oil Cassia ............02.

0 0 8 Cinnamon .........

0 12 0 090 Clores.............

9 O 0 Mace....... ........

0 1 0 Nutmegs ........

0 2 0

0 86 Opium....

.lb, Rhubarb .........

0

L... d. L. S. d. Sal Ammoniac ......cwt. 4 10 0 to 4 15 0 Senna.....

............lb. 0 0 6 Turmerick, Java....cwt. 900 9 13 0 Bengal

1 8 0 9 16 0 China ...............

9 100 Zedoary : Galls, in Sorts.. .............

7 00 -Blue....

7 10 0 8 15 0 Indigo, Blue

...........Ib.
Purple and Violet ... 0 8 7 0 69
Fine Violet.............
Good Ditto....

0 8 0 -0 8
Fine Violet & Copper 0 1 0

O 7 6 Good Ditto....

0 8 0 0 8 6 Ordinary Ditto...... 0 7 0 Consuming qualities.. 0 5

0 60 Madras Fineand Good 0 9 0 8 5 Rice, Bengal............cwl. 0100 0 11 0 Safflower ........

14 0 0 16 0 0 Sago.

0 16 0

1 4 O Salıpetre, Refined.... 1 66 Silk, Bengal Skein .....Ib. O 13 1

0 14

1 Ditto White.......

0 14 1 1 o 5 China .................

0 18 1 Organzine .....

1 10 0 1 16 0 Spices, Cinnamon....... Ib. 06 7 0 6 8

0 3 10

0 4 0 Mace...................

0 4 10
Nutmegs.

0 9 5 03 6
Ginger............cwt. 0 17 0 1 0 0
Pepper, Black .... Ib.
White

0 1 3 0 1 4 Sugar, Yellow......... cwt. 1 7 0 1 White ................

1 10 0 1 16 0 Brown.

1 0 0 130 Manilla and Java 0 18 0 100 Tea, Bohea

Ib. 0 2 4

085 Congou

0 26

097 Souchong.

0
S 9

09 Campoi

0 SS 0 3 10 Twankay

0 35 0 $ 8

0 5 3 Hyson Skin

0 34 0 3 11 Hysen.

0 39 0

5 11 Gunpowder ........... Tortoiseshell.

1 12 0 9 5 Wood, Saunders Red..con 9 0 0 -10 0 0

Novi .......

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Cloves..........

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31st Dec. 1815 (with the exceptions of Camphor, refined or unrefined, Lac Lake or Lac Dye, Red Wood or Red Saunders, and also prohibited goods), to be cleared forthwith, either for home consumption or exportation; and in the event of a price not being obtained for them at a re-sale equal at least to the full amount of the Duties of Customs and Excise, together with the expenses thereon, that they may be destroyed, in the manner directed by the act 43 Geo. 3. cap. 132. sec. 29.

LONDON MARKETS.

Friday, Dec. 26, 1823. Corton.-Great sensation has been produced on the market by intelligence from Liverpool; there has been much business doing, and great interest as to the future prices : the advance is fully fui a fd, per lb., and the business done would have been more considerable, had not the holders demanded much higher prices.

The sales including those on Friday last) consist of 3,200 Surats 5 d. ordinary, to 6fd. midling, and 64d3 a 6 d. for fair and good fair; 1,600 Bengals, 5 d. a 6d. middling to good fair; 950 Madras 5 d. a 6d. ordinary to middling fair; 64d. a 6d. for fair and good fair ; 30 Orleans 8 d. fair; 30 Manilla 9 d. a 9fd. good fair ; the above in bond; and, duty paid, 30 fair West-India at 9d. Speculators are the principal operators, who have generally directed their attention to India Cotton; Brazils are also in great demand for

The letters from Liverpool to-day are still favourable.

UNCLEARED GOODS.- The Lords of the Treasury have ordered the cargoes of all ships which arrived from places within the East-India Company's Charter, up to the

GOODS DECLARED FOR SALE AT

THE EAST-INDIA HOUSE.

For Sale 20 January-Prompt 9 April. Company's and Licensed-Indigo.

For Sale 4 February-Prompt 30 April. Privute-Trade - Cossaes-Mulinu ls-Nainsnoks -Abroahs-Alliballiet-Doreas-Chowderguiries -Sannoes-Scerbetties—Tanjeebs-SallamporesPenaulas-Blue Sallampores-White, Brown, and Yellow Nankeens-Madras Handkerchiefs-Ven. tapollam Handkerchiess-Shaw! Handkerchiels Shawls-Cashmere Shawls-China Silk Piece Goods-Sarsrets-Lustrings Denmarks-Persian Carpets.

For Sale 9 February- Prompl 7 May. Company's - Cinnamon - Mace - Nutmegs Black and White Pepper-Salipetre.

For Sale 16 February- Prompt 4 June. Company's-China and Bengal Raw Silk.

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