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Wheat, 240 lbs. Oats, 264 lbs. Barley, 320 lbs. Bns.& Pse. Oatmeal Flour,
Dantzic. For.red. Americn|Trish. Scots. Eng. English. Scotch. Stir, Mea. 140 lbs. |280 lbs.

1818.

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Average Prices of Scotland for the Four Weeks immediately preceding 15th January. Wheat, 73s. 2d. Rye, 586. öd.-Barley, 408. 8d.-Oats, 328. 3d.-Beans, 558. 8d.-Pease, 545.

Oatmeal, 295. 2d. Bear or Big, 39s. 5d.

COMMERCIAL REPORT.

COLONIAL PRODUCE.-Sugars. Towards the end of January, a revived inquiry for sugars took place, the demand being principally for the new sugars from Demerara and Berbice; the fine sold Is. to 2s. higher. There were also considerable inquiries after foreign ; but no material improvement can be stated as to price. In the refined market, there has been little business done. Coffee.-Extensive sales have taken place since our last report ; and, on all the ordinary descriptions, an advance of about 10s. has taken place ; good middling has also been quoted 4s. to 5s. higher. Cotton. There was à considerable revival in the demand for cotton last week ; the purchases of Pernams were extensive, chiefly on speculation, and for France; prices 28. to 2s. 1d. ; Berbice 21 d. to 23 d. ; Surats, 141d to 15d.; and Bengals, 10 d. to Is. Rum. From the very low prices of this article, there is a strong expectation that it will become a great article of export in the spring; at present there is little doing. Tobacco is in considerable request, chiefly on speculation, and for the home manufacture ; the prices remain without variation. Spices are in some request, with an appearance of advancing currency. Oils. Every description has declined in price ; Greenland about L. 2, and other kinds from L. I to L. 2. There is at present little business doing. EUROPEAN PRODUCE.

Hemp, Flax, and Tallow.-Towards the end of last month the demand for tallow revived ; but has again given way, and prices are quoted 1s. lower. In hemp and flax, a good deal of business has been done, but no material alteration has taken place in prices. Brandy and Hollands:—Since our last, both these are ticles have declined 3d. per gallon; but there is at present some appearance of a revival in the demand for brandy.

British Manufactures_There can be no better proof of the progressive improvement of our manufactures, and the estimation in which they are held on the Continent, than the complaints we daily read in the foreign papers, of the injury done to their native manufactures by the introduction of ours. We noticed, in our last, the favourable state of the Glasgow trade; and we continue to receive similar accounts of the thriving condi. tion of manufactures in Manchester, Liverpool, and various other places. By a document just published, the thriving state of trade at Liverpool is fully evidenced. Thus it is said, " the soap trade is very bare of tallow;" “ the stocks of hemp are far below the ordinary consumption ;"' " there is little or no foreign flax remaining;” “ the demand for foreign iron for the East Indies has cleared the Liverpool market of all that was on hand,” &c. The following extraordinary exportation, in two articles only, took place at Liverpool, between the 10th of October 1817, and the 5th of January 1818:Of cotton stuffs, (including white and printed calico, cottons, &c. 24,835,335 yards. Of stockings, (cotton only, exclusive of silk, &c.) 380,544 pairs. Averaging the cottons at only Is. per yard, and the stockings at 2s. per pair, the amount of exports for three months, in these two articles alone, is nearly L. 1,300,000.-Feb. 9.

Course of Exchange, London, Feb. 10.—Amsterdam, 36 : 10 B. 2 U. Ditto at sight, 36 : 4. Rotterdam, 11 : 7.2 U. Antwerp, 11:8 Ex M. Agio of the Bank on Holland, 2. Hamburgh, 34: 0 24 U. Altona, 34: 1 24 U. Paris, 3 days sight, 24 : 5 U. Bourdeaux, 24:5. Frankfort on the Maine, 142 : Ex. M. Madrid, 40 : effective. Cadiz, 394, effect. Gibraltar, 35. Leghorn, 514. Lisbon, 59. Rio Janeiro, 65. Dublin, 83 per cent. Cork, 9.

Prices of Gold and Silver, per 02.-Portugal gold, in coin, £4:2:6. Foreign gold in bars, £4:2:6, New Dollars, £0:5:4.

Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's.-Guernsey or Jersey, 20s. 2. Cork or Dublin, 255. a 30s.-Belfast, 258. a 30s.-Hambro', 3g. a 5g.-Madeira, 20s. a 258.—Jamaica, 30s. a 355.-Greenland, out and at home, Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from January 14 to February 11, 1818.

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PRICES CURRENT.FEB. 7. SUGAR, Musc.

LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL. per B. P. Dry Brown,

75 @ 70 @ 74 70 @ 77 cwt. Mid. good, and fine mid.

86 75

83 78 89 Fine and very fine,

88 90 84 87 90 Refined, Double Loaves,

150 155 Powder ditto,

124 J28 Single ditto,

113 124 116 118 122 124 Small Lumps,

114 118 110 112 124 126
Large ditto,

110 114 105 108 112 118
Crushed Lumps,
65 68

66 70 MOLASSES, British,

38

40 35 36 38 6 COFFEE, Jamaica,

Ord. good, and fine ord. 95 105 90 98 92 99

Mid. good, and fine mid. 105 110 100 102 101 107 Dutch, Triage and very ord. 90

86 Ord. good, and fine ord.

95

105 92 99 96 103 Mid. good, and fine mid. 1104 110 99

107 [104

109 St Domingo,

(100 205 | 93 100 96 102 PIMENTO (in Bond),

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81 9 9 SPIRITS, Jamaica Rum, 16 0. P. 3s 8d 3s 100 386 3s 70 3s 4 3s gall! Brandy,

114 0 14 3 Geneva,

4 6 4 9 Grain Whisky,

7 9 8 0 Wixes, Claret, 1st Growths, 48 52

hhd. Portugal Red, 40 45

pipe. Spanish White,

30
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30 35

pipe. Madeira,

60 70 LOGwood, Jamaica,

£8 £8 10 £7 10 810 £8 10 £817 ton. Honduras,

9 8 10

90 9 5 Campeachy,

10 9 0 10 0 10 10 10 Fustic, Jamaica,

12

12 0 14 0 Cuba,

18

17 0 17 10 INDIGO, Caraccas fine,

9s 6d lls 6d 8s 6d 98 6d Is Olls 0 Ib. TIMBER, American Pine,

2 4 2 6

2 5 2 6 foot. Ditto Oak,

5 0 5 6 Christiansand (duties paid), 2 4 Honduras Mahogany,

16 0 10 1 8 1 1 I 5 St Domingo ditto,

1 2 3 0 19 TAR, American,

19 0 20 bel Archangel, 22 23

21 0 23 Pitch, Foreign, 14

cwt. Tallow, Russia Yellow Candle, 80 81

84 82 Home melted,

82 HEMP, Riga Rhine, £47 48 £48 £49

ton. Petersburgh Clean,

46 47 46 47 49 50
FLAX, Riga Thies. and Druj. Rak. 79 80
Dutch,

50 120
Irish,
60 68

stonel Mats, Archangel, 1£5 15

100 BRISTLES, Petersburgh Firsts, 16 10 £17

cwt. Ashes, Petersburgh Pearl,

58s 60 60 Montreal ditto,

688 70s | 66s

68s 63s Pot,

628 638 63s 658 578 0 59s 0 Oil, Whale,

555

55 56 55 56 tun. Cod, 55(p.brl.) - 50

51 Tobacco, Virginia fine,

103 99 101 0 8 09 lb. middling, 88

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90 68 0 7 inferior,

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2 9 2 10 2 6 2 8 middling,

27 2 8 ill 2 2 Demerara and Berbice,

1 10 2 1 1 10 West India,

1 8 2 0 1 8 Pernambuco,

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ALPHABETICAL List of English BANKRUPTCIES, announced between December 31,

1817, and January 31, 1818, extracted from the London Gazette. Akers, J. Middlesex, corn-factor

Nash, J. Harerfordwest, linen-draper Adanson, E. Liverpool, tobacconist

Nye, J. Tunbridge, baker Burgess, H. Birmingham, factor

North, B. E. Manchester, factor Botrell, T. London, victualler

Oddy, G. London, soap-maker Buckley, J. London, warehouseman

Ollerton, R. Bradford, shopkeeper Clark, W. Sheffield, builder

Oliver, J. Newington Causeway, Surrey, corde Child, R. Waltham, St Lawrence, Berks, farmer wainer Cooke, B. Patrierott, within Barton-upon-Irwell, Pickton, W. Liverpool, timber-merchant cotton-spinner

Peel, J. London, potatoe merchant Cliffe, C. London, victualler

Pawsey, J., and J. Haywood, London, livery Coates, W. Skipton, grocer

stable keepers Crowther, J. Huddersfield, wood-tnrner

Proctor, G. Birmingham, optician Cox, W. H. London, warehouseman

Pilkington, J. Preston, grocer Dellow, J. London, basket-maker

Powis, J. London, builder Day, J. Bridge Road, Surrey, auctioneer

Powis, R. London, veterinary surgeon Dawks, T. Bath, horse-dealer

Redmayne, T. Preston, linen-draper Davies, W. Nesten, Chester, draper

Saunders, J. Chichester, grocer Ellis, É. Manchester, joiner

Swainson, J. London, merchant Elliott, J. London, baker

Starkey, W. London, silk manufacturer Favene, G. London, bill and exchange broker Stansfield, J. Stockport, butcher" Feather, R. Romford, carpenter

Scott, R. Liverpool, merchant Gray, R. Norwich, broker

Shuttleworth, J. S. Stratford-upon-Avon, wine Griffin, T. London, timber merchant

merchant Grace, E. Seaton Cottage, Northumberland, far- Strachan, R., and T. Stubbs, London, warehouse

mer Handley, W. Stretten-en-le-field, Derby, miller Schmalling, F. W. London, merchant Hillier, J. London, umbrella manufacturer

Sedgewick, W. Liverpool, merchant Haslam, J. Chester, calico-printer

Simster, S. Manchester, dealer in cotton-twist Harvey, G. Stafford, draper

Snuggs, J. London, mercer Houston, J. Manchester, and T. Smith, Middle Taylor, J., and J. and J. Leigh, Lancaster, calice ton, cotton-spinners

printers Holroyd, J. Halifax, merchant

Thomas, D. Carmarthen, grocer Harrison, J. Manchester, gun-maker

Turner, F. Doncaster, cordwainer Hedley, J. G. London, baker

Thomson, E. Durham, farmer Hewlett, w. Sailwell, fanner.

Trout, T. London, linen-draper Hockley, D., and W. S. Hall, London, working Turner, W. B. Normanton, York, merchant goldsmiths

Utting, J. H. Norwich, upholsterer Hyde, W. London, merchant

Upson, J. London, baker Irving, W. Liverpool, merchant

Waddington, S. Halifax, corn-factor Jorden, T. Bristol, dealer

Wright, P. Pilgrim brow-house, Surrey, ale and Jones, T. Deritend, Aston, picture frame maker table-beer manufacturer Irving, P. Liverpool, merchant

Wright, E. Stafford, ale-house keeper Kirkham, J. Acre Farm, Stafford, farmer

Watts, G., and W. Bush, Bristol, ivory-black maLloyd, W. sen. Peckham, and W. Lloyd, jun. Flin- nufacturers don, slopsellers

Wigney, G. A., and G. Seymour, Chichester, Lloyd, w. jun. London, slopseller

brewers Lea, J. Nantwich, Chester, com dealer

Williams, D. Carmarthen, currier Legeyt, J. Lugwardine, Hereford, farmer

Woods, W. London, linen-draper Lanp, J., and T. Burgroves, London, hat manu- Walker, W. and J. London, army agents facturers

Wart, H. V. Birmingham, merchant Lock, J, Woolwich, victualler

Wills, G. London, wine and spirit merchant Marsden, W. N. Salford, corn-dealer

Woolsey, W. London, haberdasher Matthews, W. Usk, money serivener

Wilson, J. Beverley, hat manufacturer M‘Michael, W. Bristol, merchant

Watmough, J. Liverpool, joiner Marshall, J. Manchester, draper

Wall, G. Broomyard, Hereford, farmer Masters, G. Langston, Monmouth, dealer

Wagstaff, G. Dirsting Goosop, Derby, cotton-spinMitchell, S. Dorking, Surrey, linen-draper Newell, W. Derby, cheese factor

ner

ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between December 31,

1817, and January 31, 1818, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

SEQUESTRATIONS.

Hunter, W. Arbroath, carrier; by P. Bruce, mer

chant there, 13th February Bertie, R. Thomaston, drover, and cattle-dealer

Macarthur, J. Glasgow, imerchant; by J. M'Ga , Cogil, J. sen. Wick, merchant

vin, accountant there, 2d March Ormond, R. Dundee, brewer

Mitchell, A. Whiteness of Slains; by D. Hutcheon, WI'Millan, W. and 1. Castle Douglas, merchants Sinclair, D. Edinburgh, merchant; by J. Reoch, and drapers

merchant in Leith, 25d February

Stewart, J. Sneddon of Paisley, manufacturer ; by DIVIDENDS.

P. Dougall, merchant in Glasgow, 20 February

Walker, P.Stirling, merchant; by W. Sanderson, Brooks, A. and Co. Edinburgh, merchants ; by merchant in Edinburgh, 16th February

J. Macdowall, merchant in Leith, 20 March Walker, Thomson, and Co. Leith, merchants; by Christie, A. Aberdeen, merchant; by D. Hutcheon, J. Campbell, tertius, W. S. Edinburgh, 2011 advocate there, 24 Slarch

February

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

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MARRIAGE8.

23. Mrs Morehead, wife of the Rev. R. July, 1817. At Madras, the lady of Morehead, a son. Captain George Cadell, Adjutant-General's At Dunmow, in Essex, the lady of Department, a son.

George Wade, Esq. of her 16th child, of December 19. At Glenkindy, the lady whom 15 are living. It is remarkable, of Sir Alexander Leith, a son and heir that the brother of the above-named gena and soon after, of a second son, who died tleman (John Wade of Injebreck, Esq. in immediately after birth.

the Isle of Man) has nine children living. - 27. Mrs Fraser of Faraline, a daugh- Their joint issue is 24, and it so happens

that the number of boys and girls is equal 28. At Caen, in Normandy, the lady-making 12 couple of cousins ! of Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Hay, a 26. At Plymouth, the lady of Rear-Ad.

miral Lindsay, a daughter. January 2, 1818. At Preston, the lady February 6. The lady of the deceased of Major Hartwell, 6th dragoon guards, Sir John Carmichael Anstruther, Bart, a a daughter.

5. At Dunbar, Mrs Captain Hunter, a Mrs Heriot of Ramornie, a son. still-born daughter.

Lately,---At Aberdeen, the lady of Ma-The lady of Major-General George jor Ernest Leslie, younger of Balquhain, Cookson, a son.

a daughter. 7. The lady of Captain Romer, royal The lady of Major-General Sir William artillery, a daughter.

Anson, K. C. B. a daughter. Mrs Colonel Rose of Kilravock, a The lady of James Colquhoun, Esq. of son, still-born.

James's Place, London, a daughter. 8. At Ruchill, the lady of Duncan Campbell, Esq. of Barcaldine, a daughter.

10. The lady of John Bruce, Esq. of December 22, 1817. At St George's, Grenada, a son.

Bloomsbury, London, W. A. Venour, Esq. Mrs William Ferguson, a daughter. of the Bengal military establishment, to

At Naples, the lady of Thomas Clif- Helen, daughter of R. Davidson, Esq. ton, Esq. jun. of Lytham Hall, in the coun. Findhorn. ty of Lancaster, a son and heir.

24. At her father's house in Paris, in 11. At Edinburgh, Mrs Stark, a daugh- the presence of his Excellency the English ter.

Ambassador, Matilda, eldest daughter of 12. At his seat, Linston House, Suffolk, the Right Hon. Lord Robert Fitzgerald, to the lady of the Right Hon. Lord Hunting the Chevalier Victor de Maria Gaia, cadet field, a son.

of that noble family in Languedoc. 13. At Edinburgh, Mrs Cochran of Ash- 31. William L. Fox, Esq. second son kirk, a daughter.

of James L. Fox, Esq. of Branham Park, 14. At Newton, Aird, the lady of Major Yorkshire, to Caroline, youngest daughter L. Stewart, 24th regiment, a son. of the Hon. John Douglas, and grand

In Upper Grosvenor Street, the Right daughter of the Earl of Harewood.
Hon. Lady
St John, a daughter.

January 5, 1818. At Crook, near Stirling, 15. In Portland Place, London, Lady William Smith, Esq. merchant in Glasgow, Liddell, a son ; the 15th child.

to Mary, eldest daughter of the late John 16. The lady of Lieutenant-General M. Morris, Esq. of Elliesland. Hunter, Queen Street, a daughter.

6. In Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, Ed. 17. At Glasgow, the lady of Lieutenant. ward Poore, Esq. nephew of Sir John Colonel Hastings, a daughter.

Methuen Poore, Bart. to Agnes, third 18. At York Place, Edinburgh, Mrs daughter of Sir John Marjoribanks, Bart. Foulis of Woodhall, a son.

8. At Bishop's Waltham, Charles C. - At Battle Abbey, the lady of Sir Johnson, Esq. Captain in the 85th regiGodfrey Webster, Bart. M. P. a son. ment of light infantry, third son of Sir

19. The Hon. Mrs Dundas of Dundas, a John Johnson, Bart. of Montreal, Lower daughter.

Canada, to Susan, eldest daughter of Rear 20. At Norfolk House, St. James's Admiral Griffith, of North Brook House, Square, London, the Countess of Surrey, a Hants. son.

12. At Linton, John Bruce, Esq. of Śt 22. At Eskbank, Mrs Wood, a daughter. Elizabeth's, Jamaica, to Janet, daughter of

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