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Davidson, G. Snape, Sept. 29.
Jackson, J. and Co. Dowgatewharf, Sept. 30 Jones, W. Oswestry, Sept. 30
Jameson, J. and Co. Little Queenst. Nov. 14
Jones, T. Exeter, Oct. 18
Jackson, W. and Co. Newcastle. upon-Tyne, Oct. 14
Kirkman, J. Gower-st. Sept. 23
Martin, C. Brecon, Sept. 16
Mealtjard, J. West-orchar
3o Nicholls, W. Piceadilly, Sept. 20 Newman, T. St. Ives, Sept. 27 Noble, M. Battersea, Sept. So Newcombe, T. Stroud. Nov. 15 Neave, T. and Co. Breikton, Oct. 9 Nowell, N. Charles-st. Oct. 11 Nesbitt, J. and Co. Aldermanbury, Oct. 18 Orton, T. Liverpool, Oct. It Piper, W. Hammersmith, Sept. 20 Pellowe, R. Falmouth, Sept. 16 Parker, R. Manchester, Oct. 6
Shepherd, W. Great Bedwin, sept,
Sherrington, H. and Co. Lancashire, Nov. 19
Prentice, J. Shabbington, Oct. 2
AN ALPHABETICAL LIST of CERTIFICATEs,
From tuesday, August 26, to Tuesday, september 23, 1817.
Temple, S. Jarrow, Oct. 14
White, J. Wood-st. Sept. 23
Younghusband, T. and Co. Newgate-st. Sept. 16
Young, S. Sheffield, Sept. et
l'apps, G. Bristol, Sept. 27
Pearson, J. Woombwell, sept. 2:
Probert, J. Artillery-pl. Oct. 4
Ravenscraft, S. Serle-street, Sept. 23
Rainsford, C. East Hannay, Oct.
Richards, S. Liverpool, Oct. 14
Weldon. J. Castle co, Oct. It
Dissolutions of PARTNERSHIP,
From Tuesday, August 26, to tursday, september 23, 1817.
ANCOTT. T. and Holmes, J. Derby, pin-manufacturers. Anthony, R. and Colls, E. Norfold, brandy-merchants. Bescoby, F. and Straw, R. Lincoln, carpenters. Batt, W. and Allen, C. Maidenhead, Berks, tanners. Brown, R. and Lewis, J. Botolph-la. ironmongers. Burn, J. and Willoughby, J. Manchester, inerchants. Boutevile, W. H. and Norton, T. F. London, silversmiths. Bill, J. and Seagar, R. Fakenham, Worcester, butchers. Birkers, J. and W. London-bridge, Southwark. Back, W. and Cattell, J. Wood-st. ribbon-manufacturers. Chittleburgh, D. and J.D. Norwich, saddlers. Collingwood, E. and W. Lamb's-conduit-st, butchers. Carter, J. and J. F. Royal-exchange, stationers. Cohen, H. Isaacs, M. Henriques, M. and Cohen, H. jun. Coleman st. Cartwright, T. E. and Finlow, R. Liverpool, attorinte-. Conder, S. Jones, M. C. and Kingsbury, T. St. Paul’s church-yard, stationers. Cole, M. Hadlay, N. and Simpkin, C. Peterborough, Northampton, bankers. Clarkson, J. and Smith, J. Brewers and Chester Quays, lightermen. Campbeil, J. H. Campbell, J. K. and Hart, S. New Bond-st. tailors. Daniel, G. and shelley, T. Manchester, merchants. Dyson, G. and Dixon, J. Savage-gard. corn-factors. Davies, E. and Gordon, J. Little Bolton, tobaccomanufacturers. Eastgate, R. and Ward, T. York, linen-manufactu
Flintoft, T. and Nicholson, W. New Malton, corn
factors. -George, G. and G. M. Frome Selwood, Somerset, clothiers. Gilgrest, B. and Swainson, E. i.iverpool, chemists. Glover, W. and J. Nottingham, hosiers. Grover, J. and G. Greek st. Soho, pawnbrokers. Grant, C. and Smith, M. Norwich, woollen-dra
Holmes, I. and Beaumon, J. Hepworth, Yorkshire, clothiers. Higson, J. and Atkinson, F. R. Manchester, attornakes. Hawkes, T. Hawkes, G. W. and Malonek, J. M. Liverpool, merchants. Jolio A. and Newberry, J. Sutton-st. Soho-sq. smiths. Kingdon, A. and Gillmore, M. Wantage, Berks, haberdashcrs. Kendrick, F. and Tyndale, G. Aldgate, linen-drapers. Lardner, W. and Russell, J. Birmingham, surgeons. Middleton, J. and Bailey. J. Lambeth, surveyors. Molo, T. and Sanderson, M. Chelsea, coal-merCluaints. . Morris, J. and Williams, W. Liverpool, millers. Mottram, J. and Burnege, T. Lancashire, tanners. Oldham, C. and Brown, W. Macclesfield, silk-inanufacturers. Pearson, J. and Price, R. cotton-dealers. Parkin, J. Nott, J. and Bale, J. Whitechapel-road, grocers. Platt, R. and J. Cateaton-st. warehousemen. Parlish, J. and W. Stroud, Gloucestershire, dyers. Rigby, W. Williamson, and Hancock, W. Buckley Mountain, brick-manufacturers. Rickett, E. and Robertson, G. Brokers’-row, Moorfields, brokers. Richardson, W. and Heyes, R. Bedford, Lancaster, fustian-manufacturers. Russell, R. Brook, C. Cole, J. and Perring, P. Exeter. Swetnam, J. and R. Dalton Travers, spirit-merchants. Sloane, J. Crossley, J. and Careless, W. High-st. Borough, cheesemongers. Snell, R. Snell, R. jun. and Snell, W. Paddington, wharfingers. Surden, W. and Walmsley, G. Bermondsey, mastmakers, Schofield, J. and Turner, J. Bury, Lancaster, cotton-spinners. Strachan, W. Marwood, R. Helsby, T. Helsby, J. G. Holland, S. and Ackers, T. Liverpool, manufacturers. Shaw, B. and Gell, C. Brownlow-st. Drury-la. dealers. Saltmarsh, J. and Brooker, J. Brighton, carvers. Tait, T. and Harman, A. Croydon, Surrey, and Westerham, Kent, bankers. Tinker, P. and T. lieporth and Kirkburton, York, woollen-manufacturers. Thompson, W. and Pettit, J. Stoke Newington, school-rnasters. Thirlwy, W. Thirlby, B. and Roblnson, T. Ibstock, Leicestershire, manufacturers of bobbin-twist-nett. Todd, J. Skelly, T. and Laidler; R. Berwick-uponTweed, woollen-drapers. Thorley, J. Cape, T. P. D. and Hodgkin, O, Manchester, Irish linen merchanti. - To: Jr Thorne, T. and Marker, J. Bristol, lineadrapers, Wyatt, W, and Richardcon, G., New Sarum, linen
monly wrought or fabricated into crown-glass, or
1817. 1." Dwig GRANHOLM, of Foster la. London, Captain in the Royal Navy of Sweden; for a method or methods, process or processes, mean or means of preserving such animal and vegetable products or substances, separately or mixed together, as are fit for the food of man, and for such a length of time as to render them fit for slips and garrison stores. i)atcd Aug. 5, 1817. ANTHONY HILL, of Plymouth liron-works, Glamorganshire, Iron-master; for improvements in the working of iron. Dated Aug. 5, 1* 17. John pig KINSON, of Nash Mill, Abbotts Langley, Hertfordshire, Esquire; for a method of minufacturing, by means of machinery, paper sor cop, erlate printing, also paper for writing, drawing, etter-press printing, and of a thicker sort for boards, and similar in texture and substance to card-boards or paste boa ds, and certain improvements in his patent machinery for manufacturing and cutting paper... Dated Aug. 5, 1817. LENNIS M. CARTHY, of Little Compton-st. St. Ann's, Soho, Middlesex, Gentleman; for cer. tain improvements on ploughs of various descriptions. Dated Aug. 3, 1817. . JOHN PERKS, of Carey-st. St. John's, West minster, Engineer; for improvements in the apparatus for manufacturing, purifying, and storing gas. Dated Aug. 5, 1817. - #bois TAFT, of Birmingham. Warwickshire, Saddler, whip-maker, and bridle-cutter; for an improvement in bridle bits and leather sliding-loop, to act with reins and bits. Dated Aug. 5, 1817. SAMUEL MEIts EY the younger, of Long Acre,
St. Martin in the Fields, Middlesex, Laceman; for a mode or method of weaving, making, and manufacturing of livery lace and coach lace. Dated Aug.
-ms- * VARIATIONs of BAROMETER, THERMOMETER, &c. at Nine o'clock A.M., By T. BLUNT, Mathematical Instrument Maker to his Majesty, No. 22, consult.
continued brisk and extensive; the prices gradually advancing, and towards the close of the market there was such an extensive request, that the prices realized were fully 2s. above the currency of Tuesday last; it was calculated that above 1 1,500 casks of Muscovades changed hands during the week. A very brisk Sugar market was anticipated this forenoon ; the purchasers came early forward, and the first sales were at an advance of Is. to 2s. on Friday's prices; as the day advanced, the demand again became general and extensive, and at the close of the market a rise of 2s. to 3s. on Friday's, and 4s. to 5s. on last Tuesday's prices were fully realized; many parcels taken on speculation last week have been resold to-day at an advance of 3s. to 4s. per cwt. The stock of Sugars yesterday, on a comparison with the quality of last year, 15,600 casks less, and it is calculated that the great proportion of the Sugar crop is shipped previous to the 1st. of August, on account of the winter premium of Insurance commencing from that day: it is estimated at the highest, that the number to be expected to sail before that day, cannot exceed 40 vessels and on average they will not bring 400 casks each (indeed the greater proportion will not average so high); the arrivals may then be 16,000 casks, which. added to the present, will make a very deficient supply (even if the after shipments should be considerable), for the usual consumption of the country, and for the extensive export demand, both of which will no doubt greatly exceed last year, the deliveries generally exceeding 4000 casks weekly. These inducements, and the great plenty of money, have occasioned very extensive speculations, yet we have always seen the high price of Sugar, or other articles, immediately affected the consumption. The advances of Muscovades within the last 10 days is 9s. to 10s. per cwt. There was a public sale of Barbadoes Sugar brought forward this forenoon, it consisted of z07hhds. 32 tierces ; the whole went off freely much about the advance of the market prices of Sugar, about 8s. per cwt. above last sale prices—fine yellow in last sale going off at 83s. and 84s. ; the same quality sold this forenoon at 91s. to 92s i the greater proportion 98s. to 91s. 6d.; only one lot sold so low as 87s. 6d. being washed Sugars; middling white 93s. to 96s. It becomes difficult to estimate the total sales this forenoon, as a great proportion of the Muscovades sold were in second hands, which go off without the particulars of price, &c. transpiring; the purchases in first hands, are about 2000 hlids; the lowest brown Jamaicas are not to be had under 84s ; the other browns 83s. ; one Very low board 82s., which are the lowest Sugars in the market, nearly dabs; the chief purchases are 84s. to 92s.
The demand for Refined goods both for shipment, and on speculation has been extensive; the advance of 2s., to 3s. was realised; the exporters evinced much disposition to secure goods, and the request is likely to continue, on account of the spipping season; the supply of goods continue quite inadequate to the demand; the purchases of Lumps and crushed Sugars were very extensive. The great advance in raw Sugars has occasioned the Refiners to demand again a farther advance this forenoon; there are no lumps offering under 113s; Molasses have been sold at 40s., but there is no brisk ness in the demand, and it is already evident that the great rise in refined goods has checked the request, which was very extensive. The demand for Havannah and Brazils has been very considerable, yet there are scarcely any of either description on sale; any parcels offering would realize prices 2s to 3s. higher; the Sugars at the late India sales have been sold at 3s. to 4s. advance, but much higher prices are now demanded. COFFEE.—The prices of Coffee declined 2s. per cwt. last week; the demand continued consinerable until Thursday, when two very extensive public sales were brought forward; the request became immediately languid, and every description of Jamaica Coffee went off at 2s. lower; the Dutch, of which the supply at market was very plentiful, sold at a greater depression ; but though the quantity brought forward was extensive, the greater proportion was not clean—good ordinary Havannah 92s. and 93s. ; common quality sold 89s. and 89s. 6d., which had formerly rcalised 9.2s, and 93s. TO BACCO.-There is no general demand for Tobacco. Several orders for export are received, but we believe limited as to price; the only purchase since Tuesday last is a cargo of Virginia Tobacco at 51s, per 100lb. manifest weight. RICE.-There wers 2000 bags East India Rice brought forward on Friday, by public sale, the whole went off freely at 25s. 6d. and 26s. ; the quality was very good : the demand for Rice for exportation has not been so brisk as formerly. IN 1) 16O.—The holders of Indigo de
clined selling at the former prices; so,
extensive a quantity being withdrawn from present sale, has had the effect of advancing the prices. There are purchasers of last East India parcels of Indigo at Is. per lb. premium on the sale prices; the holders generally are asking 15d. per lb. The contract alluded to last week is stated to exceed 320,000l.
HEM P, FLAX, and TALLOW.—There hos been a great depression in the prices of Tallow, and the market heavy. The prices of Hemp and Flax eannot be stated at much alteration.
From The 24th of August, to the 22n of sept EMBER, 1817, both Inclusive.
AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN,
ry the Quarter of Eight Winchester, Bushels, and of OATM EAL per Boll of 140 lbs. Avoirdupois, from the Returns received in the Week
* * Ending Aug. 23. Ending Aug. 30. Ending Sept. 6. Ending Sept. is: s, d. s. d. s. d. s. d. '
Whe At ........ 85 1 1 82 9 s3 4 st
RYE .. -- - - -- 52 11 49 I 5 i 4 48 to •
AVERAGE PRICE OF BROWN OR MUSCOVADO SUGAR, Exclusive of the Duties of Customs paid or payable thereon on the Importation thereof into Great Britain. Computed from the Returns made in the Week ending aug. 27, is ses. 9d. per cwt. I sept. 5, is 53s, oid. per cwt. I Sept. 10, is 33s. 9d per cwt. 1 Sept. 17, is 36s. 7d. per cwt.
Published by Authority of Parliament, THOMAS NETTLESHIPP, Clerk of the Grocers' Company,