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

Ships' Names. Destination, Owners or Consignees. Captains.

Where Reference for Freight or loading,

Pussage.

maund.

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month.
1824.)
about 10,000 tons.

S.Rs. 3 per maund.
mand for Cotton has continued very steady time expected.
Bengals at 5ld. At Liverpool, the de-

The Company have taxed their they execute their orders for the present India-House on the 6th proximo, before lers awaiting the result of the sale at the interest last week, the exporters and dea.

LONDON MARKETS. SHIPPING loaded and loading for London FREIGHTS to London £6. to £7. per ton.

more than any speculative demand. KICE and GRAIN of all kinds have risen considerably, but the heavy rains have caused this, known. Price S.R. 9 4 per Bengal inaund.

Tuesday, Jan. 27. question of the equalization of the duties is SUGAR is exceedingly dull; all operations in the article appear suspended unul the result of the years produce. Nominal price S.Rs. 350 per

Price
Cotton.—The market remained without nearly the currency of the former sale. -

brought in for
a half of the usual supply was at that
cutta are dated 6th September: only about
reports of the crop; the letters from Cal-
the India-House sale, yet t
firm, owing, chiefly to the unfavourable
There is no alteration in the prices since
vance of 9d. a 1s. 3d.; and the low at
suitable for home consumption, at the ad-
er than the previous sale; quantities
only a small proportion, 1s. a Is. 6d. high-
shipping descriptions, of which there was
mainder sold at the following prices ; the
the ordinary and low squares. The re-
dling, and middling sorts, and also 650 of
previously withdrawn, and 440 chests were
3,791 chests, of which 882 chests

the proprietors, good, midclosed on Thursday last, it consisted of any alteration in prices.

INDIGO.- The sale at the India-House throughout the whole of the week, without

the holders are

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Madras
General Palmer 600 George

Truscott Francis Truscott Blackwall Capt. T.Jerusalem Coffee-lis.
Duke of Bedford 800

F.A.Conynghame,

F. A. Cunyoghame City Canal J.S. Brinley, Hirchin-lane.

1 Thos. Stephenson Tyne

500 Parker, Yeoward,&Co. H. Warrington City Canal Edw. Rule, Lime-street. Catherine 600 John Macintosh . John Macintosh City Canal

Isbister & Horsley, Lea

denhall-street.
L« kins
650 Larkins and Robinson H. R. Wilkinson E.I. Docks John S. Brinley.

W. and c. Tarbutt, Mil.
William Money 800 James Jackson J. Jackson E.l. Docks

dred's-court.

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M. Heathfield, Leadenball.
Madras & Bengal Resource

500 Bernard Fenn

Bernard Fenn City Canal Low, Brothers, Mark-lane. Golcorda 850 Fletcher & Co.

J. 1. Edwards E.I. Docks Buckles & Co., Mark lane.
Ermouch
700 Henry Read

Samuel Owen. City Canal E. Read, Riches-ct., Lime-st.
Lord Amherst 600 Johnston & Meaburn Robert Lucas. City Canal Austice & Thornbull, Liine-st.
Lady Raffies

650 lanes, Beveridge, & Co. James Coxwell E.Í. Docks J. & T. Dawsons Billier-sq.
Drid Scott 800 Mango Gilmore

E.1. Docks Isbister & Horsley.
Fairlie

755 Charles Gordon T. W. Aldham El. Docks Bolton & Kelham, Lime-st.
Cornwall
800 Palmer, Wilson, & Co. George Bunyon E., Docks H. Barber, Leadenhall.st.

1 Small and Lane.
(New Ship)
650 Captain and Co.
Thomas Davey Blackwall

| John Pirie and Co.
Eliza
500 Faith & Co... Wm. Faith

City Canal John S. Brinley.
Bombay
Triumph
.600 Taylor & Green Thoman Green

• City Canal Edıund Read.
Uplon Castle 600 John Thacker
... John Thacker E.I. Docks

| Isbister and Horsley.

Wm. Abercrombie.
Columbo 4 Trin-
} Thames

350 John Blackett John Litson Woolwich Buckles & Co.
comalee.
Mauritius & Ceylon. Orpheus

450 W. Terrington. • Thos. Finlay . . City Canal John Lyney, Jun, Birchin-la.
Batavia, Singa-
Caroline

450 J. A. Meaburn. W. H. Harris City Canal Edmund Read.
pore & Penang
Batavia & Singa- }|Joseph

203 Henry Christopherson H. Christopherson City Canal |J. Pirie & Co., Freeman's-cl.
pore.
Batavia
Rosanna

269 Stainforth & Gosling Thos. Thompson City Canal W. Abercrombie, Birchin-la.
Prince Regent . 400 Buckles & Co. . Wm. B. Lamb London Ds. Buckles & Co.

John Forman. . Lordon Ds Augns. Bayson, Cushion-
Van
Dieman's Denmark Hill 300 John Forman

U court, Broad-street,
Land, $ New
Alfred
848 J. Howe.

John Laughton
South Wales,

London Ds.W.Wilkinson, Old Broad-st.
Lang
955 John Binmer

John Lusk London Ds. Jackson & Co., Water-lane.
Deveron

300 Wm. Wilson, Senr. Wm. Wilson London Ds. John Pirie & Co.
Cape, Van Die.
inan's Land, s Countess of Har.

500 G. F. Young George Bunn London Ds. Edward Rule. New South court Hales.

Jan. 10, 1894.

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

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L. S. d. L. s. d. Cochineal............. ...lb. 0 3 6 10 0 4 6 Coifee, Java ............Cwt. Cheribon.

9 15 0

4 5 0 Sumatra. ...........

3 12 0

0 0 Bourbon ..... Mocha ........

50 0 8 0 0 Colton, Surat.......... .lb. O

0

0 0 8 Madras ................

006 0 07 Bengal

0 0 6 0 07 Bourbon

0 0 10 0 1 Drugs, &c. for Dyeing.

Aloes, Epatica.......cwt. 120 0 25 0 0 Anniseeds, Star...........

0 0 $ 0 0 Borax, Refined....... 28 0 2 12 0 Unrefined, or Tincal

2 19 0 Carnphire unrefined.. 90 0 Cardemoms, Malabar..lb 0 27 033 Ceylon............. 0 0 10

0 1 3 Cassia Birds..........cwt. 16 10 0 -- 17 0 0 lignea .............. 7 5 0

7 14 0 Castor Oil............. Ib. 0 0 9

o 2 0 China Root..........cwt. 1 15 0 2 0 0 Coculus Indicus..........

$ 0 0 S 5 0 Columbo Root ............ Dragon's Bloud...

7 0 0

26 0 0 Guin Ain moniac, lump..

70 0

8 0 0 arabic..........

4 0 0

5 5 0 Assalætida.....

3 0

10 00 Benjamin .

S 0 0 95

0 0
Animi...........cwt. 3 0 0 10 0 0
Galbanum... .......
Gambogium .......

14 0 0 15 0 0 Myrrh..

7 0 0 - 18 00 Olibanum.

9 100 4 10 0 Lac Lake..............lb. 0 0 9

0 0 Dye.....

0 30 0 5 6 Shell, Block.

$ 10 0

) 10 0 Shivered

3 10 0 5 10 0 Stick...

015 0

1 10 0 Musk, China..........02. 0 10 0 0 15 0 Nox Vomica.........cwt.

1 5 0 1 10 0 Oil Cassia ............Oz. 0 0 7 Cinnamon .........

0 12 0 Clores.....

2 5 0 & 10 0 Mace...............

0 10 Nutmegs

02 0 0 26 Opium..... Rhubarb

0 10 0 5 5

L. S. d. Sal Ammoniac ......cwt. 4 100 Senna.....

......lb, 0 0 6 Turmerick, Java....cwt. 300 Bengal

10 0 China ..............

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

7 00 Blue....

7 10 0 Indigo, Blue

Ib.
Purple and Violet ... 0 0 3
Fine Violet.............
Good Ditto.......

0 8 9 Fine Violet & Copper 0

8 0 Good Ditto.....

08 0 Ordinary Ditto....... Consuming qualities.. 0 5 6

Madras Fine and Good Rice, Bengal............cwt.

0 10 0 Saftlower ........

9 100 Sago

0 16 0 Saltpetre, Refined.... ..... 1 66 Silk, BengalSkein .....Ib. 0 19 1 Novi

0 14 1 Ditto White..

0 14 1 China

o 18 Organzine.....

1 10 0 Spices, Cinnamon.......lb. 0 4 7 Cloves..

0 3 8 Mace.

0 4 10 Nutmegs.

0 3 5 Ginger... ......cwt.

0 17 0 Pepper, Black .... Ib. White.

0 13 Sugar, Yellow......... cwt. 1 6 0 White.

110 0 Brown.

0 18 0 Manilla and Java 0 18 0 Tea, Boliea ..............

Ib. 0 25 Congou

0 2 7 Souchong.............

0 39 Campoi

03 Twankay .................

09 7 Pekoe....

0 5 3 Hyson Skin ............

OS 6 Hyson

0 3 lo Gunpowder ........... Tortoisesliell

1 12 0 Wood, Saunders Red..ton 900

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Mother-o'-Pearl Shells- Horn Tips -Cornelian Stones-- Pearls-Wood-Sapan Wood - Rattans -Raw Cow Hides-Raw Goat Skips.

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

Private Traile -China Raw Silk--BengalChassam -Bengal Raw Silk,

For Sale 20 February-Prompt 21 May. Licensed -Coffee,

For Sale 2 March-Prompt 28 May. Tea-Bohea, 400,000 lbs. ; Congou, Campoi Pekoe, and Souchong, 5,400,000 lbs.; Twankay 950,000 lbs. ; Hyson, 400, 000 lbs.-Total, including Privaic Trade, 7,150,000 lbs.

For Sale 10 March-Proinpt 4 June. Company's-Bengal and Coast Piece Goods, and Nankcen Cloth.

GOODS DECLARED FOR SALE AT

THE EAST-INDIA HOUSE.

For Sale 4 February-Prompt 30 April. Pritate-Trarie - Cossaes-Mulmuls-Nainsnoks - Abroalis-Alliballies-Doreas-Chowderguiries - Sannoes-Seerbetties-Tanjeebs-Bandannoes-Corahs-Chuppahs-Longcloths-Sallam pores.Blue Sallampores Blue Cloths-Pupjumi Cloths -Percaulas-While, Brown, and Yellow Nan. keens-Madras Handkerchiefs – Ventapollam Handkerchiefs --- Red Handkerchiefs -- Shawl Handkerchiefs--Shawls-Crape Shawls-Cash. mere Shawls-Crape Scarfs-Silk Scarfs-China Silk Piece Goods-Silk Gown Pieces-China Wronght Silks--Satins---Sarsrets-- Lustrings Damasks-Persiac Carpets.

For Sale 6 February-Prompt 14 May.
Company's-Cotton Wool.
Licensed --Colton Wool.

For Sale , February-Prompt 7 May. Company's - Cinnamon - Mace - NuimegsBlack and White Pepper-Salıpetre.

Licensed -. Cinnamon - Mace - Nutmegs Cloves-Cassia Lignea-Pepper-Salt petre.

For Sale 11 February-Prompt 7 May. Company's-Benjamin-Carnemoms.

Licensed-Anniseed-Poppy Seed-Cochineal Safiluwer-Munjeel-Aloes--Camphor-Musk Assafoetida Aal-Dhykaphool-Tuz-Bark-Cashew Gum-Gum Animi-Gum Arabic Gum Benjamin-Gum Copal-Gum Lac-Gum Olibanum-Gum Seneca - Nux Vomica-Cardemoms -Gall Nats-Shellac-Lac Dye-Borax-SodaVermillion-Bees' Wax-Soaps

- Cowries-Tin -Castor Oil.

For Sale 13 February, Prompt 7 May. Licensed - Elepliants Teeth – Hippopotamus' Teeth - Tortoiseshell

Tortoiseshell Combs

The Court of Directors having given notice, That, in consequence of certain forged warrants for the delivery of gouds from the Company's Warehouses having been imposed on the Public, they have caused a form of Weighing Note, War. rant, and Counterpart to be printed on a new de. scription of paper, having therein a watermark, with the words "Easl-India Company" on each of the three divisions of the lustrument; and that the delivery of the new warrants to the purchasers of goods at the Company Sales, properly fill. ed up, will commence at the ensuing Marchi sale, after which no blank forms of warrants will be delivered, or be permitted to be used.

CARGO of the Thames from China. Company's-Tea-Raw Silk.

Private Trade and Privilege-Tea-Raw SilkNankeens-Tortoiseshell-Mother-o'- Pearl Shells -Whangliee Canes-Table Mals-Madeira Wine.

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E. EYTON, Stock Broker, Cornhill, and Lombard Street,

Τ Η Ε

ASIATIC JOURNAL

FOR

MARCH, 1824.

Original Communications,

Sc. &c. &c.

THE LATE RESTRICTIONS ON THE CALCUTTA PRESS, CON

SISTENT WITH “THE LAWS OF THIS REALM.”

It is curious to observe the grada- in the conduct of their own desperate tiops by which an experienced offender, case. First there was nothing crimior his yet more experienced counsel, nal, nay it was positively meritorious proceeds in the management of a to attack with scurrility and virulence, hopeless case.

On his first accusation the proceedings of the Oriental Gobefore the magistrate, he asserts that vernment : but they were too modest, no crime has been committed; or, if nevertheless, to appropriate the merit; that point is too clear, his total inno. too diffident publicly to assert their cence of all participation in the guilt. title to any share of the praise : it In the next stage of the proceedings, belonged not to them, the ostensible he rests his hopes upon inconsistencies conductors of the public press, but to in the evidence, or impugns the cha- their anonymous correspondents, who racter of the witness. Defeated here, were too generous to disclose their he sometimes has recourse to the more names. It would not do. Despite of desperate remedy of perjury, and their modesty, they were compelled to stoutly swears an alibi. When this take their meed of public applause, crutch fails him, he trusts to the in- and withal, to abide by their legal genuity of special pleading, dissects responsibility. Then followed, in due the indictment, and boldly attempts to succession, the usual attacks upon the baffle the vindictive pursuit of law, by consistency and the respectability of dodging it through the intricacies of their opponents: still it would not do its own mazy labyrinth. Disappointed -- a jury of their countrymen found in this last resort, the wretched cul. them guilty. Then, in their order, prit breaks out into furious impreca- came legal quirks and quibbles innutions against all the legal array before merable—but special pleading was of him, or, with the audacity of despair, no avail. In defiance of legal subtlety, questions the power of his judge, the their writings were decided to be libelexistence of the law, and the legality lous, and libels were decided to be of its process. In a manner similar illegal. Afterwards followed punishto this, the libellous writers against ment-and there was no lack then of our Indian Government have behaved furious, unmeasured, vulgar invective, Asintic Journ.-No. 99.

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