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AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CERTIFICATES,
FROM TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, TO SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21,
Arnold, D. and N. Bristol, Marchs. Foster, J. Liverpool, Marcb 7. Payant, C. Manchester, March 7. Atherstone, H. Nottingħham, Mar.9. Grisbrock, G. Sloane-ter face, Feb Pilgram, T. South Mims, Mareta 7. Battye, J. Staffordshire, feb. 17. 17.
Pearson, J. Westve, March 10. Bishop, J. W'acton, Feb. 17.
Greenley: W. Tenbury, Feb. 21. Park, J. Walcott, March 10. Barnes, w. Blachibeath, March : Gitton, T. Bridgenorth, March 10. Redhead, N. Penrith, Feb. 21. Barnard, T. Cheltenham, March 7. Gedge, W, Angel-court, March 14. Rodgers, c. Melton Mowbrayı Barnes, A. Cirencester, March 7. Hatheld, J. Eccles, Feb. 17.
March 14, Bayly, J. Pitsea, March 7.
Haigh, A. Halifax, Feb 21. Smith, T. Chepstow, Feb. 81. Brewer, S.K. Henrietta-street, Mar. Hodgson, F. L. Strood, Feb. 28. Sorgenfrey, A.W. Savage Gardens, 14.
Hill, W. Kidderminster, March 14. Feb. 2x Burrows, R. Broken Wharf, March Hazell, G. Saliford, Marchis. Slater, J. Wakefield, Feb. 98. 14.
Jarvis, M. Purton, Feb, 21. Sheffield, J. Rati), March 10. Cowdmy, W. Manchester, Feb. :7. Jackson, J. Dowgate Wharf, Peb. Smith, T. Middleton, March 14. Cloud, J. Hammersmith, Feb. 17.
Shiffner, G. St. Michael's-alley, Collinson, J. Huddersfield, Feb.21. Jackson, J B. Liverpool, March 7 March 14. Clements, s. Roughton, Lincolo, Jacobs, J. Woodbridge, March 10. Sanıbell, P. East Stonehouse, Marci Feb. 94.
Kershaw, s. Oldham, March 7 Cooper, R. Tilbury, March 3. Kent, E. Lincolnshire, March 10. Thwaites, H. Walbrook, Feb. 21. Collyer, J. Gosport, March 10. Leader, B. Bristol, March 3. Thorp, J. Ely, Feb. 21. Cunningham, D. Winchester.st. Langhorn, J. Manchester, March. Thieson, A. H. Bernard-street, Feb. March 10.
Lyon, J. London-streer, March 10. 21. Denham, F. jun. King-street, Feb. Marriott, G. Melton Mowbray, War. Tideswell, T. Shelton, March 7. 17.
Tonge, J. C. Stockbridge, Mar. 10., Dyson, J. Mitsham Mill, Feb. 21. Mickle, J. King-street, March 7.
Wilson, J. Lancaster, Feb. 84.
Wylie, H. Abrhurch-lane, Feb. 98. Dodd, T. Liverpool, March 3. Maxfield T. Halstead, March 10. Walker, C. W. Brighthelmstone Davis, T. Bibury, March 7. Mayor, J. Camomile-street, Mar. Feb. 98. Etchells, J. Stockport, Feb. 17. 10.
Ward, J. Liverpool, Feh. . Elliot, G. Woodchurch, Feb. 81. Northcote, H. J. Limestreet, Feb. Wood, J. J. South Hamlet, March Elliot, J. jun. Ilminster, Feb. 94. 94.
9, Edwards, J. Knighton, Feb. 24. Northall, W.K. Wolverhampton, Willis, G. Bath, March 7. Elliott, J. Southampton, March 7. March 14.
Young. W. W. Glamorgan, Feb, Ellis, J. A. Great Yarmouth, March Poolton, J. Bilster, Feb. 94.
Parsons, J. Whitechapel, Peb. 28. Yandall, E. Earlistreet, March 14.
DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP,
FROY TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, TO SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1818.
ALLEN, J. E and Bell, w. Aldersgate-st. druggists.
rokes, W. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, iron-founders. Allen, T. and Allen, W. Dover, rope makers. Applegartli, A. Cowper, E. and Mitton, H. Nelson
sq. stereotype.founders, Allday, E. and Lamb, J. Birmingham, saddlers.
ironmongers. Brooke, J. and Bowstead, C. Nantwich, Cheshire,
brewers. Balsou, W. Reed, J. Reed, A. Batson, T. K. Berry,
W. and Reed, W. Berwick-upon-Tweed, bankers. Brown, R. and Mawe, J. London, vase-manufac
turers. Bowen, T. and Holland, T. Milton, near Gravesend,
watermen. Brookes, $. Flight, B. and Spratley, U. Fountain-co.
axletrec-makers. Brade, w. and Fowler, E. Preston, Lancashire,
Copp, W. Alfred, H. and Copp, A. Exeter, linen
boarding school-keepers. Chipchase, H. and Proctor, W. G. Albemarle-st'
uplolsterers. Crowe, J. Richmond, F. R. Botherby R. and Clark
T. Stochton-upon-Tees, Durham, iron-merchants
New Elvitt, Durham, brewers.
manufacturers. Denzilne, J. and Denziloe, M. K. Bridport, Dorset,
mealmen. Brooke, J. and Anderson, M. Rotherhitbe-wall, Sur.
Manchester, cortos inerchiants.
upholsterers. Dwyer, G. and Rooke, J. 'Change-alley, provision
Farmast, I. ad Farrand, 9. Bermocdey-st. cabi- Murton, W. and Murton, R. Malling, Kent, far.
Metcalf, J. and Kent, W. B. Dean-st. Solo, brushfede, $. and Sharrat!, 3. Wallsall, Stafford, inannlacturers.
Neilson, A. and Barnett, R. Austin-friars, merchants. ta). J. Leicester, and Watson, W. jun. Ketter.
Obe, L. L. and Oke, W. Southampton, merchants. Ar, Northampton, coal merchants.
Onion, J. Hawkley, T. and Tinney, J. Binning. Tan, G. and J. and Ashton, J. Carlisle, hat. Perry. S. and Bernall, E. Manchester, calico-prinrefactarets.
ters. Botte, A. and Wilkinson, D. St. Michael's-alley, Plummer, W. and Davies, G. H. Fenchurch-bu. Camill, shipbrokers,
sugar brokers. Grea, F. and Wsad trospe. R. Colchester, sus- Parker, N. Betheme, H. and Cheeveer, W. London,
merchants. Baristande, P. and Gartside, W. B. Smithy-place, Perhins, M. and Kempson, J. Birmingham, builders,
Partridge, J. jun. and Partridge, J. Bow-bridge, Goss. Edwards, C. A. and Gould, J. Isleworth,
Parker, J. Dean, J. Gibson, H. Baron, H, and Elli.
Peel, R. and Pfeiler, J. Liverpool, merchants.
cashire, calico-printers. Hest , W. and Hunt, S. Liverpool, hardwaremen.
Pye, D. Pye, T. and Raine, T. King-st. Corent-gar.
Rushion, J. and Kushion, J. Bolton-le-Moors, Lan.
Roddam, S. and J. North Shields, hookbinders.
Kees, W.and J. M. Little Russell-st. Drury-la, vic.
Ranford, J. and Pilcher, J. Coleman's-ya. Bermond.
Smith, W. and Parrott, J. Nottingham, builders.
Singleton, G. and Whitfield, W. Thorne, York, Bale, J. Doon, 1. and stead, W. Sayland, York, common-brewers. tokios stalacturer.
Stone, w. and Scholefeld, W. Goswell-street-ro. Bimesed, J. and P. Wigan, Lancaster, linen-manu- tin-plate-workers.
Scrivener, C. and Terrey, J. West Smithfield, beastHald, W. and Weston, R. Great New.st. Gough
salesinen. * praters.
Stevens, T. and Stevens, W. Shaftebury, Dorset, Jokery4 , H. and Ham, J. Salisbury-sq. watch- drapers.
Smill, J. and Cocker, J. jun. Lancaster, cotton. leta, T. W. and Simons, W. Leicester-sq. silk. waste-dealers. bercers,
Slzori, A. and M. Ratcliffe.highway, slopsellers, , T. and Sharpu, R. Piccadilly, chinamen. Sharpos, H. and Just, T. Sunderland, mercers, Vitez, T. and Chew, W. Kirkheaton, Lincolnshire, Steward, T. and Steward, E. Billingley, Shropshire, card makers.
farmers. Logan, J. and Blood, T. Tamworth, Warwick, Stephenson, E. and Smith, J. Liverpool, haber.
dashers. legiley, R. and Atherstone, J. Leicester, timber. Spear, R. and Heron, J. H. Manchester, cotton.
merchants. Laage has, J. and Rowland, D. Liverpool, mer.
Steel, s, and J. Rotherham, York, mercers.
Thoinpson, J. Thoner, Yorkshire, and Thompson, Lage, W. S. and Large, J. Rath, hosiers.
J. jur. Percival-st. Clerkenwell, cotton manufacLab, T. and Lamb, I. Purton, Wilts, general
Trusted. B. and Trusted, T. Wellington, Somerset, Linster, J. and Linsley, J. jun. Leeds, merchants. tanners: Lite teld, A. and J. Bortsea, Hampshire, plumbers. Taylor, B. and Taylor, A. Hart-st. Crutched-friars, Letis, H. and Page, G. A. Prince's-st. Bedford-row,
Terry, H. and W. Bath, furnishing-ironmongers. lazenty, E. and E. F. Edward-st. Portman-sq. Taylor, J. and Harper, C. Red-C1038-st. Southwark,
blacking. manufacturers. Literate, T. Linthwaite. E, Wallis, J. and Hant, Wilson, J. and Caurtauld, G. Braintree.
J.Laughborough, Leicester, lace-manufacturers. Williams, J. and Turner, N.J. Beer-la. Tower-st. Latinite, T. and Hent, J. Rothley, Leicester,
Custom-house agents. setanufacturers.
Watts, J. and Atkinson, J. Cheapside, warehouseLoae, W. Lomer, J. and Lomer, W. jan. South- men. aman.
Wright, W. Astbury, J. and E. Davison, S. and Laage, W. and Roper, C. Lee's Mews, Grosve.
Emcry,'J. Stone, Staffordshire, brewers. 14.q. carpenters.
Wells, G. and J. G. Long-acre, auctioneers. Lloyd, T. and Radolph, G. Old Gravel-la. corn- Walker, J. and Walker, J. F. Wolverhampton, dealers,
Stailord, japanners. Wanck, W. and Thomas, W. Madron, Cornwall, Wilson, A 'McLellan, J. and Bowdon, R. Greenock, kat-ankers.
inerchants, Aquell, T. and Meynell, C. Kingston-upon-Hall,
Wilson, S. anda. Shetfield, sporin manufacturers.
Waring, E. and Frank, A. Bristol, cntlers. Vackintosh, J. and Mackintosh, D. Glasgow, clo
Woodhouse, J. sen. Taylor, T. and Haynes, J. Bris.
tol, tobacconistr. W'Cres, d. and Richardson, H. Manchester, letter
Wright, w. Coxon, R. and Hall, A. Durham, talstes printers.
low.chandlers. Worten, I. sen. Morton, J. jon, and Morton, M.
Westpbal, J. 6. Seedorff, H. and Seemy, J. FlyingDreadeld, Derby, coal.dealers.
liorre-yard, Spital. fields, scum-boilers. Wea. C. and Wray, J. T. Leybourn, York, mer.
Yaule, W. and Alderson, w. Conisbrough, York.
shire, grocers. Matand, W, Smith, W. and Forsyth, T, Liverpool. Young, J. and Wells, J. $1. James's-st, tailors.
LIST OF PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS, &c.
(Continued from page 83.)
effectual decomposition of salt water, and to render printer; for improvements in printing presses, the said salt waier more useful to the general puror machines used for printing. Dared January 7, poses of ship's crews, &c. al sea, without any extra 1818.
apparatus, except the said cooking machine, or, ia JOHN COLLIER, of Procester, Gloucestershire, other words, its structure will answer the end of engineer; for improvements on a machine for the worm os condenser and worm-tub, &c. &c. Dated purpose of crop ing or shearing woollen cloths of January 15, 1818. erery description. Dated January 15, 1818.
CHARLES BRIGHTLY, of Pungay, Suffolk, JOHN LEWIS, Clothiur', WILLIAM LEWIS, Printer, and BRYAN DODKIN, of Grange-road, Dyer, and WILLIAM DAVIES, Engineer, all of Bermondsey, Surrey, Engineer; for a macisine os Brimscomb, Gloucestershire; for improvements in printing press, for printing from types, plaies, or shearing-machines for sharing or cropping woollen blocks. Dated January 17, 1818. and other cloths that may require such a process: MARC ISAMBAKU BRUNEL, of Lindsay-row, the same being 'urther improv ments on a patent Chelsea, Middlesex, Civil Engineet ; for a metuoc ut obtained by JOHN LEWIs for an improved shear. methods for forming tunnels or ariiis under ground. ing machine, dated the 27th day of July, 1815. Dated January 20, 1818. Duted January 15, 1818.
HUGH RONALDO, of Hammersmith, Middlesex, PHILIP TAYLOR,.of Bromley, Middlesex, Ope. Gentleinan ; lor impiovements in the art of making rative Chemist; for a method of applying heat in leatlier Däred January 3, 1818. certain processes, to which the same meinod hath JOSEPH COKT2, of Harley-street, CavendishNot hitherto been applied; likewise improvements square, Middlest x, Merchant; for improvements on, in refrigerators. Daled January 15, 1818.
and additions 10, stills, or the aparatus used for disWILLIAM MOULT, of Bedford-square, Middle, tilling, and also in the process of distilling and sex; for improvements in steam-ongines. Dated refining. Communicated to bim by a foreigner January 15, 1616.
residing abroad. Dated January 20, 1*18. JOHN KOLWORTHY PALMER, of Regent. BENJAMIN WILSON, of Abbey-street,
BerStreet, St. John's, Westminster, Middlesex, Genue. mondsey, Surrey, flax-manufacturer; for a machine inan ; for a mode of purifying certain description of for breaking, swingling, and preparing flax or hemp gases. Daird January 15, 1818.
Date January 23, 1818. JOHN THEODORE KOSTER, Lancashire, Mer. RICHARD BANKS, of Hadley, Wellington, Sa. chant; for a method of building or constructing lop, Engineer; for further improvements on wheels wheeled carriages, and also for making wheels for carriages. Dated Jan. 19, 1518. carriages. Dated January 15, 1816.
THOMAS CALDERBANK, of liverpool, Lanca. JAMES FRASEK, o! Long-acre, St. Martin's-in- shire, Plumber ; forimprovements in the working or the-Fields, Middlesex, Engineer and Coppersmith; pumps and other machinery. Dated January 23, for a cooking machine, for the inore simple and 1818.
VARIATIONS OF BAROMETER, THERMOMETER, &c. at Nine O'Clock A.M,
By T. BLUNT, Mathematical Instrument Maker to his Majesty, No. 22, CORRILL. 1818 BaromTher. Wind Obser. 1816 Baron Ther Wind Obser. Jan. 27 29.74
14 29.75 31 29.30 48
Soow Feb. 1 29.10 | 38
Ditto Fair 2 28.94 | 30
16 29.97 38
S Ditto se 3 28.96 31 Ditto
17/ 29.92 44
SW 71 30.00 32
21| 29.62 46
Fair 33 W
23 29.71 Foggy
LONDON MARKETS, FEB. 20, 1818. COTTON.-- We mentioned the renewed 200 Bourbon. The purchases of colion in inquiry for cotton on the forenoon of Tues- London for the week, cousist of–1,200 day last; it bas led to very extensive pur. Pernambuco, 25. 04.. 10 2s. 110.; 280 Baclases; the sales since our last exceed 3.000 hia, 2346, 10 2s. ; 130 Mina, 220.lo 22d.; packages : there has been much speculation, 95 Demerara and Berbice, 2140, 10 2310. both in this market, and in Liverpool, in 51 Surinam, 224d, 10 28.04d.; and excluPernambuco corton, in anticipation that the sive of duty, 600 Bengals were sold, joud. supplies of Sea Island will inis season be to 1241. ; the greater proportion of the latvery deficient, and that they will be substi- ter'for exportation : and 750 Surats realized tuted in the manufactures for the American an advance of 4d. to jd. per lb. on the East Sea Islands; no good Pername now offer Ivdia sale prices, selling from 1440. to 1534, voder 26. 2d. The East India cotton sale on There is again a great renewal jo the de. the 20th, will consist of 13,000 Bengals, and mand for cotion this forenoon; several colle
siderable parcels of Surats have been sold OILS.—The prices of oil are little varied; Yn advadce of d. and ed. on the last East the demand contiques languid.-Gallipoli is latia sale prices.
again quoled lower, but the prices are nearly SUGAR. - There bas been a very steady Dominal; it would be difficult in the present demsand for sugars all the week, particularly state of the market to effect sales at the refar parcels in bood for exportation ; the dai duced currency. ter may be stated Is, higher than sngars im- SPICES.There is more inquiry for parues previous to tbe 5th of January : 00 spices, and generally the parcels purchased et alteration io Muscovades can be no. ai the late ludia sales bear a premium. bred siere oor last. On Tuesday a public FRUIT.-There are extensive purchases sale of Barbadoes sugar was brought for- made of Denia and Valencia raisins. OurFard, it cousjated of 180 casks; the whole saots maintain the late prices. fot off forely 8ls, a 94s, fully supporting TOBACCO.-The demand for tobacco the highest prices previously paid in the mare continues steady. ket by private contract; fine sugars rate RUN, BRANDY, and HOLLANDS.bigh in proportion to the inferiordescriptions. There is little business doing in Leeward
The business done jo refined sugars since rom; the prices are lilile varird: the re. ear last, bas not been extensive, yet the quest for strong Jamaicas appears increashelden will not submit to any depression ing; the prices are also improving.-Branis facilitate sales ; the stock in the market is dies have agaio given way, and the reduced sery limited: there is no variation in the quotations are still nearly nominal.-- Very prices.- Molasses are steady. ,
few transactions have lately taken place is ls Foreign sugars there is no variation. Geneva, Tbis fosenoon a public sale of East India TALLOW.-The prices of foreign taldescriptions was brought forward, it cuo- low are Is, lower, and the market treavy at sisted of 1376 bags Bengal; ibe greater the decline : yellow candle tallow, for early proportion was, we believe, laken in at arrival, sold at 71$. ; for parcels to arrive Fery high prices; some yellow sugars sold during the season, 698. and 70s.-Towo tal. 45. a 16s. 60.
low is to-day quoted 80s. 6d, which is ls. COFFEE.-The sales of coffee early in 60. lower than tast week. the week by private contract and public IRISH PROVISIONS, &c.—There is sale, west off at a feriber improvenient of no material alteration in the price of beef 38. per cwt. ; since which the advance has and pork since our last.-The demand frir teed confirmed by very considerable sales; bacon has not been so extensive.- Butter the extensive quantity brought forward yes- maiolains very bigh prices; the holders al.berday, *ent of without the briskness ob. trcipate a farther advance: it is however Kivable early in the week, yet the prices probable that the consumption will be a litBere fully supported.
ile affected by the high prices. Having stated ibe particulars of the cof- CORN.-There was a good supply of fee market up to the evening of Saturday, Eoglist wheat in yesterday's market, which, se proceed now to give the great tiuclua. with the probability of the Ports opening tisas siace. On the arrival of the foreign next week for the foreign, occasioned a very mails yesterday, there was an immediate beavy market, at a small decline on the here Eled extensive demaad for coffee, particu- samples ; every other description was nearly larly for the foreign descriptions ; St. Do- unsaleable. fine malting barley obtained Biogo, which had a day or two previously an advance of Is.: the other descriptiocs been sold ai 103s. realized 1073. ; and for were leavy at the late prices: prime samples Læ ordinary abore 108s. was asked; there of malt supported ine currency of last were extensive purchases from 106s, to 10%. week, being xcarce; the other descriptions and po parcels were offering under the were heavy and lower.-The supply of Lng. former rale; Havannah, with colonr, was Tish oats were very defici.nt, but the probaFeparted at 110s. ; good ordinary Jamaica bility of the immediate use of the foreign, Iuld at 105s. This forenoon a public sale caused a very heavy sale, at prices 18. lower. was brought forward, which fully confirms --New beans were in large supply, they de. an advance of 3s. to 4s. per cwt. on the pub. clined Is. ; there was liule demand for the lic sales of last week-it consisted of 74 old.-la peas there was no variation; a casks 30 bags British Plantation coffee, great proportion of the supply at masker thiety Demerara ; middling, which last remains unsold. week sold extensively at 'l 10s. and Ills. HOPS.- By public sale, 51 hales foreign realized 114s, lo 115s.6d. in very considera. hops; American 121.5s. to 131. 10s. in bondi parcels; fine ordinary, or ordinary mid- 19 bags, Brunswick 51. 19s. growth of dling, sold at 1103, 61. ; 300 bags Brazil, of 1817. fair quality, 1078; ordinary Jamaica io to- NAVAL STORES.— There are no par: das» sale realized 105s, 6d.
cels of roogh turpentine in first hand on sale. RICE. There is more request for Caro- An arrival was yesterday reported, but no lina rice. This foreooon a public sale of price, we believe, bas yet been fixed upon. East lodia descriptions was brought for. Spirjis are withoct variation.--Tar is Hard, it consisted of 1296 bags Bengals, shade Inaer.---lo pitch or rosin there is no the whole went off freely 285. 6d. to 248, 6d. alieratiou. fur good quality, inferior 21s, 10 22s,
FROM TAE 26TH OF JANUARY, TO THE 230 OF FEBRUARY, 1818, BOTH INCLUSIVE.
Jan. 26to Feb.2.1 Feb. 9 to g.
Feb. 9 to 18. Feb. 16 to 29.
BREAD, per quartern
Ditto, New Gloucester, doubled · Ditto, single
York, per cwt.
1 averaged Hay
55 0 a 70 0 55 0 a 70 0
75 0 60 O & 75 0 000 a 75 0 (10 O a 75 0
10 оа 12 O 10 0 8 12 0 TO O a. 190
240 19 ( a 19 0 18 a 24 0 8 оа 110 70a 11 0 6 O a 10 0
6 o a
86 O a
90 0 00a o O 84 o a 86 0
20 O a
se o a
35 O a 85 0 80 O a 105 O 56 0 a 1000
5 6 a 7 0 8 Oa 0 0 7 оа о о
O a 4 10
20a 0 0 9 0 a 50
3 2 a 42 9 oa O 3 оа 4 о
4 8 38 a 48 9 6 a 4 6
ооа 0 0 0 оа 0 0 о оа 0 0 5 оа
7 0 5 0 a 70 Sa 68 4 4
6 4 4 0 a 60 4 a 126 оао 0 132 0 2 0 0 1920 a 0 0
130 0 a 0 130 o) ao 0 1S6 0 ao 0 196 o a
136 0 3 00 0 0a 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0a
0 0 0
0 0 63 0 a 0 0 60 O a 0 0 60 O a
0 O 65 a 0 0
0 O 63 O a 0 0 69 0 2 0 0
84 O a
90 o 84 0 a 90 0 84 09 90 0
70 O a 74 0 70 0 a 74 0
0 0 0 0a 0 0 0 оа 0 0
0 0 о оа 0 0 O o a 0 0 0 оа 0 0
6 оа 0 O 60 a 0 0
4 20 4 0 0
4 6 0
4 17 6
4 12 0
5 15 0
5 0 0
5 15 0
AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN,
from the Returns received in the Week
33 0 AGGREGATE AVERAGE PRICES of the Twelve Maritime Districts of England and Wales, by which Impore
tation is to be regulated in Great Britain, from the London Gazette of Saturday, Feb. 91. 1818, is Wheat, 865.0d. | Rye, 495.10d. 1 Barley,45s.6d. 1 Oats, 278, 2d. Beans, 498.72. | Peas, bis.10d. | Oatmeal,918.d. Rape Seed, 1cos. ed. AGGREGÁTE PRICES of BRITISH CORN in SCOTLAND, by the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels, and of OATMEAL, per Boll, of 28 lbs. Scotch Troy, or 140 lbs. Avoirdupois, of the Four Weeks immediately preceding the 13th of Jan. 1818, from the London Gazette of Saturday, Jan. 31, is, Wheat, 735. id. Rye, 58s: 3d. I Barley, 40s. 84. 1 Oats, 328. 3d. | Beans, 558. 8d. / Peas, 548. Od. 10al. meal, 298. ed. I Beer or Big, 998. 5d. Published by Authority of Parliament, WILLIAM DOWDING, Receiver of Corn Returns.
AVERAGE PRICE OF BROWN OR MUSCOVADO SUGAR, Exclusive of the Duties of Customs paid or payable thereon on the lin portation thereof into Great Britain.
Computed from the keturns made in the Week ending Jan. 28, is 488. 10d. per cwt. I Peb, 4, is 486. led. per cwi. | Feb. 11, is 48s.ofd. per cwl. Feb. 18, is
498. 01d. per cwt. Published by Authority of Partiament, THONAS NETTLESHIPP, Clerk of the Grocers' Company.