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EAST-INDIA COMPANY'S SHIPS of the Season 1823-24, with their Managing Owners, Commanders, Officers, Time of Sailing, &c.

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1.. s. d. Sal Ammoniac ......cwt. 4 10 0 Senna.... .....Ib. 0 0 8

0 9 6 Turmerick, Java....cwt. 114 0

118 Bengal

8 0 China ..............

2 150 2 15 0 Zedoary Galls, in Surts.. ...........

6 0 0 6 10 0 Blue....

7 00 7 10 0 Indigo, Blue

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Purple and Violet ... Oil 3 0 12 0
Fine Violet............
Good Diito....

0 100 0115 Fine Violet & Copper 0 10 0

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Good Ditto...... 096 0 10 0
Ordinary Ditto........
Consuming qualities.. 09 0 0 10 9

Madras Fine and Good 0 10 0 - 011 8 Rice, Bengal............cwl. 0100 Q 160 Sattlower .........

115 0 -10 0 0 Sago..

0 16 0

1 4 0 Saltpetre, Refined.... 10 0 1 0 Silk, BengalSkein .....ib.

Ditto White....
China

0 13 10

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Organzine.....

1 8 0 Spices, Cinnamon......Jb. 0 4 7

0 7 9 Cloves..

0 3 0 Mace,

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7 Nutmegs.

0 27 02 8 Ginger...... ....cwt. 0190

0 Pepper, Black .... Ib. 0 0 4

0 6 - White .............

0 1 2

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1 Sugar, Yellow........... cwl.

70 White .............

1 8

1 14 0 Brown.

O 18 0
Manilla and Java .... 0 19 0

10 Tea, Bohea .....

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02 Congou

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4 10 Campoi

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0 S 10 Twankay

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Pekoe ....
Hyson Skin ............
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0 99 0 5 9 Gunpowder Tortoiseshell ........... 1 14 0

5 a Wood, Saunders Red..ton 10 0 0 - 19 0 0

L. 3. u. L. S. a. Cochineal............. ...b. 0 3 6 LO 0 4 0 Cotfee, Java ............cwl. 3 19 0 9 15 0 Cheribon.

31 0 35 0 Sumatra. .............

2 12 0 2 17 0 Bourbon .....

3 5 0

6 10 0 Colton, Surat... ...... .lb. O

0 6 00) 8 Madras

0 0 6 0 0 7 Bengal

0 0 6 O 07 Bourbon

009 0 2 Drugs, &c. for Dyeing.

Aloes, Epatica.......cwt. 16 0 0 -20 0 0 Auniseeds, Slar........... 3 0

95 0 Borax, Refined.... 8 6 0 2 8 0 - Vorefined, or fincal 2 10 0 2 15 0 Camphire unreñued...... 9 5

1000 Cardemoms, Malabar..Ibo 2 0 0 3 0 Ceylon..............

0 1 1 Cassia Buds..........cwl. 17 00

18 0 0 ligaca ................

8 0 0 72 0 Castor Oil............. Ib. 00 8

02 0 China Root..........cwl. 1 10 0 2 0 0 Coculus Indicus..........

300 35 0 Columbo Root............ Dragon's Bloud..... 7 0 0 20 0 0 Gum Ammoniac, lump.. 4 100 6 0 0 Arabic........

3 0 0

5 5 0 dssafoetida.....

3 0 0 -10 0 0 Benjamin

90 0 50 0 0
Animi...........cwt. 2 0 0 10 0 0
Galbanum...
Gambogium 12 00 15 0 0
Myrrh.

4 0 0 - 18 0 0 Olibanum..

210 0

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

0 0 Dye.......

0 30

0 5 6 Shell, Block...... 9 100 5 10 0 Sbivered

3 10 0

5 10

0 Stick...............

015 0

1 10 0 Musk, China..........02. 06 0 0 15 0 Nux Vomica.........cwt. 018 0

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4 0 Oil Cassia ............02.

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0 10 Cinnamon .........

0 15 0 0 17 0 Cloves... Mace...............

0 O & 0 0 9 Nutmegs ............

02 0 02 6 Opium...

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Private-Trade and Privilege.-Tea-Nankeens -China and Bengal Raw Silk-Wrought Silks Tortoiseshell-Muther-o'- Pearl Shells-MotherO'- Pearl Counters-Coral Beads-China Root Cbina luk-Indigo-Mocha Cuffee-Pans-Table Mats—Bamboo Canes-Sapan Wood-Madeira and Sherry Wine.

GOODS DECLARED FOR SALE AT

THE EAST-INDIA HOUSE.

For Sale i Junc. - Prompt 27 August. Tea-Bohea, 500,000 lbs. ; Congou, Campoi, Pekoe, and Souchong, 5,350,000 lbs.; Twankay and Hyson Skin 1,000,000 lbs. ; Hysun, 400.000 Ibs. -Total, including Private-Trade, 7,250,000lbs.

For Sale 9 June.- Prompt 3 Seplember. Company's. — Bengal and Coast Piece Goods, Damaged Goods, and Callico Wrappers.

Private-Trade-Blue Cloths-Nankeens-Bandannoes-Handkerchiels-Silk Handkerchiefs Silk Piece Goods-Wrought Silks-Lustrings Crapes - Crape Dresses - Crape Scarfs - Crape Shawls-Shawls-Shawl Handkerchiefs.

For Sale 21 June.-Prompt 9 October. Company's -China and Bengal Raw Silk.

Private-Trade-China and Bengal Raw SilkShawl Wool.

INDIAN SECURITIES AND

EXCHANGES.

Madras, Dec. 31, 1823.

Government Securities, Remittable...

.37 per cent. premium. Unremitlable.. ..........

.10...... ..diuio.

Bombay, Dec. 20, 1823.

Company's Paper. Remittable ......144 Bom. Rs., per 100 Sicca Re. Non Remittable.. 120 ..ditto...... per ditto.

CARGOES OF EAST-INDIA COMPA

NY'S SHIPS LATELY ARRIVED. CARGOes of the Scaleby Castle, Bridgewater,

Repulse, Lowther Castle, Allas and Windsor, from China; and the Florentia from Bengal.

Cumpany's.-Tea-China and Bengal Raw Silk -Sugar-Cotton.

London, May 29, 1824.

Exchange. On Calculia, al 60 days' sight - 18. 8 d. to

1o. 104d. per Sicca Rupee.

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Consols.

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IN DE X.

A.

Algerines, war declared against, by Eng.
Academy formed at Colombo by the Wes land, 300.
leyan Missionaries, 206.

Allar-tomb for the first Marquess Corn-
Adam (Hon. Johın), mcctings held at the wallis, to be placed in the Mausoleum

Town Hall, Calcutta, for the purpose near Ghazeepore, description of, 481.
of paying some suitable mark of public Amirerst (Lord), his arrival at Calcutta-
respect and attachment to, on the occa is proclaimed Governor-General of In.
sion of his retirement from the office of dia, 89.
Governor General of India, 185.

Anderson (Mr.), of the Civil Service, tried
Administrations to Estates of deceased at Penang for defamation of character,
persons in India, 286, 670.

679.
Adventurers, military, in India, 233. Antiquities, Mexican, brought to England
Aerolites, great number of, said to have by Mr. Bullock, 518.

fallen in the vicinity of Bologna, 380. Arabia, Central, work illustrative of the
Agra, 'route to, from Jypoor, 507-trip Geography of, recently published in

from, to Futihpoor, 637—Mausoleumn Paris, by M. Jomard, 632.
of Eatimad-ul- Dowlah at, described, Archipelago, Indian, slave-trade in, 484,
638.

603,
Agricultural and Horticultural Society of Army, Indian, four new regiments order-
Calcutta-meeting held 16th July 1823 ed to be added to, 88—new organization
-election of members-specimens of of, 109.
fibres of the Manilla hemp presented by
Mr. Gordon; also musters of various

Arnott (Mr.), assistant editor of the Cal-
muslin-like cloth supposed to have been

cutta Journal, ordered to leave India,
manufactured at Manilla from the said

470-important question arising there-
fibres-musters of thread, spun from

from tried before the Supreme Court at

Calcutta, 471-is arrested and conveyed
Barbadoes cotton, the growth of the
Tittyghur branch of the Botanic Gar-

on board the H. C. ship Fame for trans-
den, presented by Mir. Leycester-a ripe

mission to England, 663.
fruit of the Mabolo of the Philippine

Arracan, ancient account of, 655.
Islands, together with descriptions and

Arsacides, on the origin and history of,
drawings of that fruit, and of the Sa-

245.
pote Negro of Sonnerat, presented by
Dr. Wallich, 169-meeting held 16th

Asiatic Society of Calcutta—meeting held
Nov.-communication laid before the

7th May 1823-election of members -
Society from Mr. Moorcroft describing

Hon. J. H. Harington, Esq. chosen
an umbelliferous plant called Prangos --

President-letter read from the Rev. T.
letter read from Lord Amherst, signify-

Thomason, presenting to the Society
ing his Lordship and Lady Amherst's

specimens of fossils, &c., collected in
compliance with the wishes of the Society

New South Wales-twolingams, images,
to become their patron and patroness,

views of the Tauj and Kutub Minar, a
649.

native portrait of Noor Juhan, two

small dried alligators, two human skulls,
Agricultural Society of New South Wales

several curious salagrams, and one of
-quarterly meeting held at Parannatta,

the aerolites which fell near Futtelipore
in Feb. 1823, 170.

in Nov. 1822, presented by Dr. R.
of Sierra Leone--its

Tytler--box of minerals from the Giant's
establishment, 275.

Causeway in Irelan), presented by Mr.
Albany, a British settlement in Africa, Skipton--letter read from Mr. Gibbons,
account of, 640.

presenting a chart of the variations of
Asiatic Journ.

Vol. XVII. 4 U

the thermometer for 1822 - transla. Barristers at Bombay suspended from their
tion of an inscription from Gurrah situations for six months, 472.
Mundela, by Capt. Fell, read by the

Bees successfully introduced into New
Secretary-paper on the building stones South Wales, 170.
and mosaic of Akberabad, by W. H. Bees' war, artificial, invented by a medi-
Voysey, Esq., laid before the meeting,
49-letter read from Jacques Graberg

cal gentleman in Bengal, 170.
de Hemso, transmitting sereral pub Bencoolen, settlement of, about to be
lications in French, Latin, and Italian,

ceded to the Dutch, 474-motion made
of his own composition, 50—9th July

by Mr. Hume respecting, in the House
-election of members-letter read from

of Commons, 572-treaty of cessation
Dr. Wallich, presenting to the Museum,

concluded, 682.
in the name of Professor Reinhardt of Berggreen (M.), his travels in the East,
Copenhagen, fourteen specimens of

879.
stuffed birds, inhabitants of the north of Birman Empire-progress of the Mission
Europe-letter read from Professor sent from Ava to Cochin-China, 207–
Fraebn of St. Petersburgh, presenting cruelty of the new viceroy at Rangoon,
several publications-letter read from 296–His Birman Majesty said to be
R. Jenkins, Esq., containing observa anxious to understand the contents of
tions on inscriptions found in Rajoo, in the Calcutta newspapers-ship launch at
Chutteesgurgh and presenting copies and Rangoon, 297–insolent attack on the
translations, 168-Sept. 3d. - Professor part of the Birmese upon the island of
Fraehn elected an honorary member Shapuree, 566, 661.
specimen of the aerolite that fell near Births. - See Calcutta, Madras, &c.
Allahabad presented by Mr. Nisbett-cu-
rious species of lizard from the woods of Bishop of Calcutta (late Dr. Middleton),

subscription for erecting a monument to
Bancoorah, dried flying fish, two Ota-

the memory of, in St. Paul's Cathedral,
beitian carved paddles, some Hindoo

277, 286—(Dr. Heber), his arrival at
images and rosaries, and an artificial

Fort William, 471---sacred poetry by,
wax candle presented to the museum,

511, 642.
publications presented by different au-
thors biographical sketch of the life of Bishop, Catholic, arrives at Calcutta on
the late Lieut. Col. Lambton read by

his way to Tibet, 569.
the Secretary, 377-letter read from the Blackwood's Harbour, ship taken up by
Chief Secretary to Government, pre-

Government to try the experiment of
senting seven copper-plates with Sans riding out the Monsoon in, 476.
crit inscriptions, recently discovered in Bokhara, journey from Orenburg to, in
a field near the junction of the Burna 1820, 491.
Nullah with the Ganges at Benares Bombay Government (General Orders of)
statistical account of Kamaon by Mr.

--- salary of the superintendent of the
Traill laid before the Society, 378-Nov. Opthalmic Institution fixed-office of
12th--election of vice-presidents and inspector of cavalry abolished-members
committee of papers-variety of snakes of the medical board directed to be relier.
and reptiles presented by Capt. Herman ed at the expiration of four years-fourth
--letter from Mr. Moorcroft read, an member of council admitted, 203-te-
nouncing his having despatched to the vised scale of public establishments for
Society a copy of the Rajah Taringenee, the medical store department directed to
516-communication read from Capt. be adopted-badges of honorary dis-
J. D. Herbert, containing some tinction to regiments bestowed, 288–
count of a hot spring near Monghyr, rule to be observed in the purchase of
517.

effects of deceased officers-allowances
Asiatic Society of Paris annual meeting to officers, holding the appointment of
held in April 1824, 649.

adjutant, 289—allowance of batta, to
of Great Britain and Ire.

European and native troops, 675—pay of
land-papers read before, 379.

sepoys on board the Hon. Company's

cruizers-salaries of staff officers fixed,
Astronomical Society of London-fourth
anniversary meeting of, 379-papers

676-tent allowance to officers modi.
relating to Asia, read before, 518.

fied, 677-civil and military appoint-
Auto-Biography of a learned native, 629.

ments, promotions, and furloughs, 203,

289, 467, 564, 677.
B.

Bombay Miscellaneous, 209, 291, 678-
Babington (Stephen, Esq.), monument to improvements in the town and fort, 991

be erected to his memory at Bombay, -shipping intelligence, 107, 204, 294,
292.

469, 565–births, marriages, and deaths,
Bank about to be established at Hobart 107, 205, 294, 469, 565, 678.
Town, Van Dieman's Land, 298.

Literary Society-meeting of, held
Batavia.-See Java.

in Aug. 1893, 274-letter of thanks to

ac-

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