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dilly, upholsterer, Aug. 8. (Brooks and Co. Johnstreet. Bedford-row.) June 27. WATKIN, JOAN, and co. Aldermanbury, ware.
housemen, Aug. 25. (King, Serjeant's-inn.; July WALKER, THOS. George-street, Mary.le-bone,
haberdasher, Aug. 25. [Caslon, High-street,
Mary-le-bone.) July 14.
99, Spread Eagle, Manchester. (Appleby and Co.
WHEELER, SAM. ALLEN, Birmingham, mere
chant, Aug. 29, Royal Biriningham. (Burrus, Birmingham; and Tooke, Holborn-court, Gray'ı
inn.) July is.
6, and Sept. 1, George, Liverpool, [:eckerson,
15. and Sept.5. (Courteen und Co. Walbrook.)
AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF DIVIDENDS,
FROM SATURDAY, JUNE 27, TO SATORDAY, JULY 25, 1818. ADLINGTON, J. Chesterfield, July] Hamilton, J. and Ço. Finch-lane, Pickering, T. Liverpool, July 23 AS
Payne, W. York-street, Ang. 8 Antrobas, J. Castleton, Aug. 4 Hesselline, B. Nicholas-lane, Sepo. Pigram, J. Hanham, Aug. Apedaile, G. North Shlelds, July 89
Pollock, J. K. North Shields, Aug. 25
Home, G. Threadneedle et. Aug. 18
Johnstone, J. Paradise-row, July 28 Reynolds, J. and Co. Whitechapel,
Jeater, J. London, Aug. 13 Robinson, G. and Co. Paternoster. Bryant, w. Garden-court, Aug. 1 King, J. Swafflam, Aug. 6
row, Aug. 1 Brooke, J. Row folds, Aug. 10 Kent, E. Sidney Hill, July 31 Raine, J. and Co. Bagnigge-wells, Bruice, A. and Co. London, Aug. Kelly, A. Worcester, July 18
Aug. 1 Kerkham, J. Leek, July 28 Rose, J. V. Cambridge, Ang. 17 Bradley, G. Houndsditch, Aug. 11 King, W. Thorpe, Aug. 4
Raffield, G. South Shields, Aug. 17 Bland, 1. jun. Market Brough, Aug. Kirkpatrick, J. Liverpool, Aug. 13 Snasdell, T. Norfolki, Jaly es 19
Kirkman J. Gower-street, Sept. 19 Schneider, R. W.U.U. White-Lion. Barber, W. Alnwick, Aug. 10 Knowles, F. and Co. Shettield, Aug. court, Ang. I Coles, W. and Co. Mincing.lane, 19
Smith, J. Duke-street, Aug. 1 July 25
Kirkpatrick, J. Liverpool. Aug. 31 Smith, E. Derby, July 22 Cross, J. Testerton, July 29 Lynneil, s, W. and ro. July 21 Starkey, W. Gutier-lane, Aug. I Cox, G. M. Edgeware roar!, Aug. 11 Lowcock, G. jun. Crumpsall, July Smith, G. Sheffield, July 07 Cury, T. North Shields, Aug. 8 17
Sill, J. and Co. Sverpool. Jols 47 Crobat, P. and Co. Liverpool, jug. Lees, J. Ealing, July 28
Southcombe, G. Bristol, Aug. 3 Cimberlege, J. George yard, Aug. Lees. s. Hurst, July 22
Stamfield, J. Sinckrori, Aug. I ('alvert, A. Sydenham, July 18 Laiham, T. D. and Co. Devonshire- Sugilen, J. and Co Liverpool, 402.9 Chanter, k. huml-igli, Aug. 4 square, July 13
Scriven, J. and J. Alcester, dog. 1 Cole, J. Plymouth, Aug. 19 Lawson, W. Whithy, July 2x Spencer, T Manchester, Ang. 4 Clark, S. Trug, Oct. 17
Lloyd, s, T. Leather-lane, Aug. 28 Sandwell, R. B. Deal, Aug. 15 Cradnck, J. Downing-st. Aug. !9 Lovegrove, R. Arberfield, Aug 4. Tirarkle, G. M. New.st. 69. !! De Mauny Crespin, E. Wigmore. Lawton, W. Wilinslow, Aug. 12 Thornelo, w. Birminghan. Jul 24 street, Aug. 8 Manks, J. Leeds, Jane 29
Todhunter, J. London, July 25 Duckworth, H. Biliter.lane, July 21 Voegeridge, R. Kingston upon. Tebay, E. Rastings, Ang. I Davies, J. Pembrokeshire, July CA Thames, July 94
Taylor, T. Brgli, July 2 Durham, A. Birmingham, July 28 Vugride, f. and Co. King's Lynn, Taylor, M. Rudley, Jaly 31 Dodson, R. Liverpool, dug. 3° July 22
Tonlmin, 0. Es ex-street, July !! Dawks, T. Bath, Aug. 22
Marsden, W. N. Manchester, Alg. Titford, w, and R. Union-street, Pingle, J. Plymouth dock, Ang. 92
_July 28 Edgar, R. Hammond's.co. July 6 M'Gougan, J. Pall. Mall.co. July 4 Telley, M. Leeds, Aug. 10 Elliott. J. Southampton, July 05 Marsden, J. Sharples, Aug. 5 Thoinas, R. Hatfield.street, Aug. 1 Edwards. T. and Co. Bradford. Vercer, W. Wotton-le-Dale, July Thompson, J. Keekle-grore, Aug. Aug. 3 28
12 Everett, N. Longbridge, Aug. 9 Mackcoull, J. Worthing, July 18 Tappenden, J. Farersham, Aug. 19 Everett, N. Longbridge, Aug. 10 Viller, J, and J. Holiwell-st. Aug. Turnbull, J. and Co. Broad-strerte French, A. B. Did Souti Sea House, Matthewman, J. Queen-st. Ang. I Aug. 15 July 18
Mackenzie, 4. J. and Co. Cross- Willoghby, B. and Co. Plymouth Fisher, w. Union-place, July 29 street, Aug. 1 Tru, E. Honnsditch, July 22 Willer, T. jun. Port ea, Alig. 4 Willis, J. Inion-street, Jule! Erailerstonehaugh, J. St. Mary Valony. J. City-road. Aug. 19 Woolsey, W. Great Mary.lė.boneHill, Aug. 8
Mackenzie, A. K. and Co. Austin. street, July 18 Fa:rlamb, J. Wynyatt-street, Aug.
friars, Aug. 11
White, T. jun. and Co. Great Wim. Aug, 11
Mackcoull, J. Worthing, July 25 chester-street, lulu 24 Grierson, S. Barnsley, Aug. 13 Mund, J. and Co. Leadenball-st Watson, J. Brooke, Jet 27 Gigney, S. Kent road, Aus!
Williains, w. linenone, July ** Glover, D. Gutier lane, Aug. ! Kash, J. Gloucester, Jol: 95 "Varns, W. Bedford street, Aug. 1 Gilimore. W. Huline, Ang. 12 Navir, J. Barnsley, July 25 Walls, D. Gedney Dyke, Jelv el Gelgc, W. Angel.coat, Aing. 20 Naishi, F. Tirerton, A113. 3 Wingfield, J. Longiune, Aug. I Human, W. Barking. Aug. 1 Oliver, J. Nervington causeway, July win, B. Hackney, Aug. 1 Halden, E. Dazle End, Julio
Waleteld, J. and Co. Led-la.es Hanıblin, S. Wootten-under-Edge Osborne, J. York-place, Ang. I July 24
l'annell, M. Hosier-lane, July is Wardley, G. Blakeley, Aug. !! Hoare, G, and Co. Lodgalc-hill, Pothonier, F. Corporation-row, July Williams. G. Chircli-row, Aug. S Aug. 1
Welks. W. Leels, Aug. 10 Harrison, J. Prescoi, July 27 Pelham, M. A. North Shields, Ang. Tilcocks, E. Altersgate.st. 112.8 Hodson, J. and Co. Liverpool
Mnolscy, w. Great Nargila-bois July 97
Phillips, Sir R. New Bridge.street, srcet, July 9) fatton, T. Warrington, July 27
Wilkinson, J. Lancaster, Aug, 23 Humble, w. St. Thomas Apostle Palmer, R. Brighthcinstong, July Young, W. Boston, July 28 July 21
Young, E. Greenwich, Aug, 19 Halcraw, $, Trafalgar-square, 1u5Parke, B. Birmingham, Aug. !
AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CERTIFICATES,
FROM SATURDAY, JUNE 27, TO SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1818. ADLINGTON, J. Chesterfield, July Haslam, J. Liverpool, Aug. 4 Siepi, L. Haymarket, July 35
Hazethurst, M. Liverpool, Aug. + Standish, J. Liverpool, Ang. 4 Arnold, T. Rochester, Aug. 4 Hooton, J. Lancaster, Aug. 8 Smith, J. Shrewsbury, Aug. 4 Antrobus, J. Castleton, Aug. 4 James, J. Bristol, July 21 Senior, R. Bristol, Aug. 8 Ash, J. S. Liverpool, Aug. 8 Johnstone, A. sen. Manchester, Simmons, T. Birmingham, Aug. I Bali, G. M. Great Spring-st. July 18 July 38
Spear, A. Basingball-st. Aug. 11 Barton, w Doncaster, July 28 Lamb, J. Crescent, July 25 Smith, J. Duke-st. Aug. 11 Benstead, w. jun. Jewry-st. July 28 Lachlun, J. Great Alie-st. Aug. 1 Spence, J. Providence-row, Aug. 11 Barber, B. Beadwell, Aug. 8. Land, E. Warwick row, Aug. 1 shaw, R. H. Liverpool, Aug. 15 Boycott, R. jun. Newport, Aug. 8 Lawrence, w. Old street-ro. Aug. 8 Smith, W.J. Birmingham, Aug. 13 Baruh, D. Houndsditchi, Aug. 8 Miller, T. jun. Portsea, July 18 Sansum, J. Gracechurch-st. Aug. 15 Croucher, J. H. Great Alie.street, Milne, G. Broad-st. July 25 Taylor, R. Islington, July si July 98
Martin, J. Mirclin, July 25. Tett, P. Scaton, Aug: 1 Carmichael, J. Little Russell-street, Muggeridge, R. Kingston upon. Tält, W. St. Paul's-church-ya, Aug. Aug. 8 Thames, Aug. 4.
15 Coles, c. Fleet -st. Aug. 15
Moore, W. Sowerby, Aug. 8 Thompson, R. Chipping Sodbury, Coultern, J. Chatham, Aug. 15 Martin, T. Bristol, Aug. 13
Aug. 15 Cole, R. King-st. Aug. 15
Nuns, W. Allerton Bywater, Aug. 8 Vandersteen, W. Widegate-street, Dennis, R. Bardney, July 21 Nicholl, E. Hemel Hempstead, Aug.8. Aug. 1, Dorn, A. Lambeth, July 28 Osbourne, W. Sculcoates, Aug. 15 Willey, J. Willoughby, July 25 Delcambre, A. Bucklersbury, Aug.1 Paternoster, W. Rochester, July 25 Weeks, J. Saiat Dominick, July 85 Dean, J. Poplar, lug. 11
Poole, J. E. Newcastle-upon-Týne, Wilmot, 5. R. Bristol, Aug. 1 Fisher, J. Thirogmortun-st. Aug. 1 July 05
Wigglesworth, W. and Co. Aalifas, Frankis, w Painswick, Aug. 8 Pallett, c. Manchester, Aug. 4 Aug. 11 Forder, W. Basing-toke, Aug. 15 Polley, J. Gray's-inn, Aug. 15 Younghusband, J. Liverpool, July Goring, T. Staines, July 25 Payne, H. H.Stroud, Aug. 15 Glover, T. Liverpool, July 25 Rolland, F. St. James's-st. July 18 Younger, J. Crescent, July 95 Gregory, G. Chester, July 28 Redmayne, T. Preston, Aug. ii Young, J. and Co. Sheffield, Aug. Herbert, S, North Newton, Aug. 1
DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP,
FROM SATURDAY, JUNE 27, TO SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1818. ASHTON, S. Bradwell, T. and Everall, S. Manches. Clarke, W. and Cox, J. White's grounds, Bermondter, calenderers.
sey, common-brewers. Aston, T. Aston, T. jun. and Backhouse, J. New Coles, W.jun. and Moxon, T. Mincing-la. Basinghall-st, merchants.
Clegg, A. J. and Å. Oldham, Lancashire, hat-manu. Astor, E. ind Horwood, G, Cornhill, musical instru. facturers. ment manufacturers.
Crowther, W. and Blaney, G. A. Ironmonger-st. Archer, J. and Taylor, G. Whitechapel-road, tailors, Westminster, watch-manufacturers. Atbey, M. J. and H. Alnwick, Northumberland, Coates, C. and Oswin, R. Bond-st. chemists. cabinet-makers.
Crompton, J. W. and Webster, J. Birmingham, Astley, P. and Scarrett, J. Mumford-co. Milk-st. wire-makers. . Warellousemen.
Coke, C. and Male, J. Birmingham, brass-founders. Adaus, G. and Nash, T. Gloucester, goldsmiths. Dowall, J. and T. and Dale, T. Bristol, hat-inanu. Adams, B. Dowdling, P. and Pridcax, J. Bristol, facturers. japan-manufacturers.
Darnell, J. and Stevens, T. White-lion-st. Penton. Andersen, k. U, and Vallence, J. Garlick-hill, che. ville, school-masters. miats.
Dixon, w. Dickson, J. and Moffatt, J. Liverpool, Adams, C. and Wollaston, T. Hales Owen, Shrop merchants. shire, nail-ironmongers.
Davis, H. and Lord, W. H. Old Jewry, Spanish wool Berard, P. and Gaugain, P. A. Uxbridge, cork. brokers. cutting-manufacturers.
Dwiring, W. and Lewin, E. Liverpool, liquor mere Best, T. and Matthews, G. J. Warwick la, book. chants. binders.
Distill, w.and N. and Belcher, M. Liverpool. Barber, J. jun. and Wallis, B. New.st. Lower East Davis, T, Jones, w, Devey, W. Combes, J. Poule Smithfield, eral-merchants.
ten, J. Devey, F. Martin, W. Budd, C. H. and Blandy, J. Saunders, W. and Blandy, J. J. Reading, Stone, W. st. Ceorge's in the East, gas and coke attornits
merchants. Brydson, W. Macgeorge, R. and Chateris, W. Glas. Davy, $. and Davy, J. H. Parker's-la. St. Giles's, gow.
wheelwrights. Briggs, J. and Haworth, R. Blackburn, Lancashire, Elain. 6. Richardson, J. and Webb, C. Bedfordbury, cotton manufacturers.
woollen-drapers. Brotherton, l'. and Smith, A. Barnsley, Yorkshire, Elland, T. E. Langton, D. E. and Beechey, S. Higher ducrs.
street litechapel. Bolingbroke, N. and C. N. and Hall, H. Norwich, Evert, H. and Cooper, C. White-hart-co. warehousemen.
Freeman, J. and Thompson, A. Hatton-garden, Mid.
Jones, J. Jones, J. sen. Jones, W. Marsland, R. jun. New Brond street-court, merchants.
'Pavistock, Devonshire, coal miners.
grocers. Boxill, I and Watkins, H. D. Barking, Essex, Gunthern, H. anul Murting, J. L. Tottenham si. mast and block makers.
pinno-forte-manutaruuris Bennett, H. Bennett, R. and Beunett, H. jun. Spi.. Hammond, T. and Medlicut, W. Bristol, shiptal B. silk weavers.
brokers. Collier, sj. and Orton, W. Bull Inn, Holborn, Hill, S. and Humby, W. Thames-bank, tremp and Chach.proprietors.
flax manufacturers. Clogg, R. Norris, E. and 'Rothwell, R. Manchester, Hogs, M. and Townend, J. Burniston, Yorkshire, cotton-manufacturers.
corn-factors. Charman, M. M. and Charman, E. Berkley-sq. Hardwen, J. P. and Jackson, R. Botolph-le, sail
cloth-factors, Europ. Mag. Vol. LXXIV. july 1818.
dealer in toys.
Hartley, E. S. and Cooper, S. Upper-st. Islington, Musker, E. Musker, J. and Holme, N. Wotton-onschool mistresses.
the-Hill, Lancashire, common brewers. Hankey, W. Williams, E. and Dimsdale, J. St. Oats, R. and J. Drury. la. cabinet-makers. John's-st. Clerkenwell, chemists.
Price, T. and J. Minories, grocers. Hopkins, J. and Hunter, J. Queen's-sq. Westmin Price, R. and R. and Hinde, W. Old 'Change, warester, surgeons.
housemen, Heath, c. Field, J. and Bryan, S. T. Greenwich, Payne, W. and Bullock, B. Birmingliam, ironcommon-brewers.
founders. Hawkes, W. and Berry, T. Coventry and Wood-st. Paget, J. and Burgess, J. Barrow-upon-Soar, Lei. ribbon-mannfacturers.
cestershire, millers. Holland, T. D. and Holroyd, J. Watlingborough, Perryman, J. and Whitaker, E. Bishopsgate-st. cheLincolnshire, wool staplers.
mists. Harrop, B. and Walshew, J. Oldham, Lancashire, Russell, g. Johnson, J. and Sharrocks, T. Man. cotton-spinners.
chester, pin-mamufacturers. Hyde, W. and Samson, J. Steward st. Old Artillery Richard, T. and Wheatley, H. Gough-sq. newsmen. ground, silk-manufacturers.
Reeves, W. J. and Woodyer, W. Holborn-bridge, Horne, T. and Bedson, T. Birmingham, brass colourmeo. founders.
Ridding, F. and Hampton, G, Ketley, Shropshire, Johnson, J. and E, Worksworth, Derbyshire, mer. maltsters. cers,
Smith, J. and Guest, J. Hulme, Lancashire, cotton. Jenkins, W. and C. Mortimer-st. grocers.
spinners, Jenkins, E. Conway, G. Jenkins, J. Jones, E. Stead, M. and Croft, L. Ward's-row, Bethnal-green,
Daniell, J. and Daniell, M. Lanvrechra, Mon. grocers. mouthshire, tin plate inanufacturers.
Sundius, C. Pfeiffer, F. and Noad, S. Cowper's.co. Knight, J. J. and I. Mile-end, timber-merchants. Cornhill, notaries. Lancaster, S. Soulby, A. and Lancaster, s. jun. Seager, J. and Elkia, W.
St. Mary-hill, wine and brandy merchants. Southall, R. sen. and Southall, R. jun. Birmingham, Lyne, C. and Roberts, H. E. London.
gun-makers Lacy, J. jun. and Spencer, H. H. Lower Shadwell, Stevenson, J. and Kerr, J. Edinburgh, grocers. butchers.
Sanderson, w. W. Sanderson, H. J. and Sanderson, Luiders, C. and Walters, J. H. Finch-st. White J. Nicholas.la. merchants. chapel, sugar-refivers.
Starbuck, J.J. and R. Gravesend, shoe-makers. Livesey, J. Livesev, T. and Bailey, J. Lancashire, Scholey, G. and Atkinson, T. Old Swan-stairs, Lon. cotton-manufacturers.
don-bridge, inerchants. Leigh, J. Sherlock, S. and T. and Gardiner, H. Swainston, j. and Harrison, T. Kendal, leather. Liverpool.
manufacturers. Lax, T. and Bray, G. Manchester, pocket-book ShIdrake, H. and W. Baltic-bridge, saddlers. manufacturers.
Satcher, W. and Goddin, D. Great Spring-st. Shad. Lubbock, T. E. and Emersoni, R. Northumberland. well, coopers. alley, Fenchurch-st. coffee dealers.
Scott, w. and Trige, H. Northampton-pl. Kent. Lance, T. Cripps, W. B. and Ewing, J. Liverpool, road, timber mercbants. merchants.
$naultin, O. and Touch, F. Bermondsey-st, moola Lewis, J. and Osborne, J. P. Colchester, dealers, staplers. Lavater, J. C. and Aspinall, J. Liverpool, merchants. Tubb, W. and Wood, C. Oxford, grocers. Michan, M. Bean, C. and Pearce, L. Fitzroy-sl. Toinlinson, W. Plowes, J. Weddall, C. and Procter, Pancras, school-mistresses.
W. Ferrybridge, Yorkshire, potters. Mansfield, J. and Davies, J. Garthmel, Montgomery. Tegart, A. and Horton, J. C. Pall-mall, apotheca.
shire, timber-merchants. Minchin, T. and Carter, W. D. Norfolk-st. Strand, Thompson, W. and Thompson, G. Chatham, gro.
attornies. Macnamnara, W. and Brett, J. G. Conduit-st. plate. Valle, A. B, and Baron, C. London. glass inanufacturers.
White, T. and Evans, T. F. Bristol, wool-agents. Miller, J. and Nevens, P. Liverpool, merchants. Widdows, J. and Littler, T. Marchester, calen. : Marshall, E. Fisher, J. and Barnes, W, Caldbeck, derers. Cumberland, paper-makers.
Whitley, R. and Ball, G. Bristol, walnut-timber., Martin, T. and Browne, W. H. Tokenhouse yard, merchants. foreign-wool-brokers.
Willson, J. and Willson, M. Drury-la, furniture, Moteron, J. H. and Fenton, J. meat-salesmen.
brokers. Macdougall, H. and s. and Kitteridge, M. New. Warr, R. and Wiseman, M. Bristol, tailors. castle-upon-Tyne.
Williams, R., Moffatt, W. jun. Burgess, W. H. and Massry, J. and W. Shaftesbury, braziers.
Williains, W. Birchin-lane, Cornhill, bankers. Mouchet, J. L. and Butler, T. Whalebone co. Loth White, G. and H. Buckland Newton, Dorsetshiie, rury, stock-brokers.
grocers. Mathews, H. J. and s. and Lusoinc, s. Liverpool. Woud, W. and T. and Carter, L. and M. ManchesMidgley, H. and Pullen, T. South Milíorth, York. Ter, stone-masons. shiee, teasel-growers.
Wright, d. jun. and Hardman, T. Levenshulme, Macmurdo, E. Weston, J. Pett, s. Macmordo, Lancashire, dyers.
R. 8. Pitchford, J. Taylor, J. and Taylor, P. Yeoman, W. and Lett, J. Marshall-st. Carnaby, Stratford, Essex.
LIST OF PATENT'S FOR INVENTIONS, &c.
for catching and destroying rats and other per: certain apparatus for the culture and lillage of min. Dateu May 96, 4818. land. Dated May 2ti, 1818.
THOMAS HOMFRAY, of the Hyde, Kinfare, CHARLES GREENWAY, of Manchester, Lanca. Staffordshire, Iron-master; for å new kind of bob. , , shire, Collon-spinner; for an inprovement in the bin or bobbins used in spinning and other mandoperation of opening raw cotton or cotton wool pre. faciories. Dated May 28, 1818. vious to the carding and spinning the same, and by WILLIAM LESTER, of the Commercial-road, which impioveinents such operation will be facití. Middlesex, Engineer; for a method of increasing tated. Dated May 26, 1818.
any projecting light produced by lamps or other GEORGE MICHALL, of St. Anstle, Cornwall, means. Dated June 9, 1818. Builder; for improvements in the method of open. GEORGE ATKINSON, of Leeds, Yorkshire, Can. ing and shutting windows and sashes; and also in vas-manufacturer : for a combination of materials the application of macisipery to the opening and to produce an article resembling bombazéen. Dated shutting window shutters, and in other cases where June 10, 1818. the aforesaid improvements may be applied. Dated WILLIAM EATON, of Wiln Mills, Derbyshire, May 26, 1818.
Cotton spinner ; for improvements in certain parts HENRY TAYLOR, of Kingston, Surrey, Gentle of the inachinery employed in the rosing and epis man; for improvements on machines or apparalus ning of cotton and wool. Dated June 16, 18.8.
VARIATIONS OF BAROMETER, THERMOMETER, &c. at Nine o'clock Á.M.
By T. BLUNT, Mathematical Instrument Maker to his Majesty, No. 22, CORNRILL. 1818) Burom Ther. Wind' Obser. 1818 Barom (Ther
Wind Obser. Jup.25 30.00 65 W Fair July 11 29.92 69
SW Fair 26 30.03 65 SW
13 29,94 | 66 W Fair 28 29,62 73 NW Dilto
14) 30.18 73 NE Ditto 29 30.13 71 W Ditto
N Ditto 30 30.20 68 W Ditto
16 30.17 78 NE Ditto July 130.00 65 NW Dilto
171 30 12
NE Ditto 2 30 06 64 NE Dillo
18 30.00 68
Dilte 3 30.17 63 S Ditto
19 29.95 69 NË Dilto 4 30.06 62 NW Ditto
20 29.90 68 N Ditto 5 30.00 70 N Ditto
Litto 6 30.00 68 NE Dillo
22 30.01 74 SW Ditto 7 29.98 67 SE Ditto
23 30.06 78
S Ditto 8 29.80 68 W Ditto
24 29.77 80 SW Ditto 930.06 65 N Ditto
25/ 29.77 73 SW Ditio 10 30,03 | 63 S Ditto
FROM FRIDAY, JUNE 26, TO JULY 24 , 1818. COTTON -- The extensive sale of Cotton taken in, Sperm at 701., and it is stated this forenoon at the India House has gone off lower prices would be accepted. at a great depression, and only about a RUM, BRANDY, and HOLLANDS. fourth of the quantity sold ; the reinainder There has been little business done in Rums was taken in on account of the langoid by private contract. This forengov a public demand, and the great depression of the sale was brought forward, it consisted of prices: the reduction generally may be 172 pancheons Jamaica, the greater propose stated at gd. a Id.per 1b. After the India tion of inferior qualities; the prices were House salē, 651 bags Bengals were offered in consequence rather woder the market at public sale: a few Juts sold 9fd. re currency- The finer descriptions of Brandy mainder takep in at 9d. ; 102 bags Berbice, are enquired after, and are advancing; the chiefly sold 23 d. a 24d.; 130 bags Smyroa, inferior descriptions are quoted at a small sold' at 16. and '17d.
decline.- In Geneva there is no variation. SUGAR.There has been a better supply TALLOW.-The prices of Foreign Talof Muscovades in the market this week; the low remaio nominally the same.-The Town fine descriptions fully support the late market is lo-day quoted. 76s., which is ls. prices; the brown qualities continue heavy, higher than last week, and are offered on rather lower terms without' facilitating sales. The business done in reficed goods has been considerable:
FRIDAY, JULY 3. several extensive shipping houses have pur COTTON.–The purchases by private chased freely, but no alteration in the prices contract for the week op to the evening of can be stated : the supply of refined at yesterday, are-50 Bahias 25. 1: 186 Per. market is still limited.- Molasses are not in nams 2x. 1d. to 28. 14d. ; 20 Demeraras 2u. request, tlie prices are declining.
40.; 10 Snrioams 2s. 24d. ; 125 Minas 22d.; There is little doing in Foreign Sugare. 40 St. Vincent's 29td., 314 Bengals 9f to
COFFEE.--The quantity of Coffee 9fd.- The Cotton market may be stated brought forward this week hy pablic sale verv beavy. has been very limited; the demand has how SUGAR.-The demand for muscovades ever been very trivial, owing to opfavour. this week has been very steady; the per. able reports from the continental markets : chases have been extensive ; the prices are the prices generally may be quoted at a however without any variation.- The Rereduction of 2$. per cut.
fined market may be stated at prices ls. OIL.--Greenland Oil continues very higher; the request both by the exporters heavy; only small parcels are disposed of at and by the wholesale grocers has continued our quotations.- Southern had given way very considerable during the week. The considerably; several parcels bad been sale of Sugars at the India House consisted disposed of 21, a 31 under onr .quotations, of 18,000 bags; the whole sold mach higher but an advance has since taken place. The tban was expected.-Bengal, white, fine public sale of Oil was chiefly, we believe, and grainey, in chests and bags, 62s. to 646.
6d. ; inferior do 54s. to 61s.; low white, Pernams 23. 10.; 50 Boweds 21d. ;- 300 and damp, 45s, to 53s. ; brown 43s. to 46s. Bengals 94d. to 9fd. ; 40 Surats 13d. This Bourbon, dry, 42s, to 478. - This forenoon a forenoon a public sale was brought for. public sale of Havannah Sugars was brought ward, it consisted of_226 bales Boweds forward, it consisted of 1084 boxes ; the Georgia Cotion, which was all withdrawn whole went off freel & at prices little varied at 19 d.; 76 Orleans which was also taken from the currency by private contract io at 20fd. both of fair quality. Yesterday, white, fine strong, 765.6.. and 7ls.ordinary by public sale—138 bags Upland sold 2014. 685.; yellow, strong, 518. to 53 ; brown to 21d. ; 8 Demerara 194 and 21d. 403. to 48s. 6d.
OIL.-The arrival of a full ship from the COFFEE.--The demand for Coffee this Greenlaod fishery at so early a period, and week has been brisk and extensive; the the report of the success of the other vessels prices have improved 2s. per cwt. ; the sales being rather favourable, has occasioned a very brisk at the advance. —There were no considerable depression jo the prices of public sales this forenooq, but the purchases Greenland Oil; parcels þere, and cargoes reported by private contract were on a very for arrival, offer about our quotations.extensive scale; 300 bags St. Domingo Southern Oil is also a shade lower, and were sold so higli as 130s.
heavy. OIL,- The prices of Greenland and RICE.-In consequence of the great Southern Oil are improving; the other des- advance of the Corp-market, there has been criptions meet a heavy sale. -Rape has a brisk demand for Rice; the prices rise given way considerably.
with rapidity. East India, prerious to this RUM, BRANDY, and HOLLANDS.- morning's sales, went of readily at the The demand for Rum this week has con. advance of 3s. to 4s. on the previous prices: siderably revived; the purchases generally Carolina, selling in bond, al 373. to 40s. at an advance in the prices of about 1d. per The India sale to-day consisted of about gallon. - The best Brandies continge also in 10,000 bags; the whole went off with great request at an improving currency:- In the briskness at a further advance of 4s. to 5s. inferior qualities, and in Geneva, ibere is no making an improvement of 8s, to 10s. per alteration,
cwt, since the last sale at the India HouseTALLOW.-The demand for Foreign Ordinary yellow sold 23s. to 23s. 6d.; Tallow continues brisk and extensive at the middling 24s. to 263. ; good 28s, to 32s. ; advanced quotations.—The Town market is a few lots 37s. and 38s. quoted to-day at 78s. 6d, which is 25. Od,
RUM, BRANDY, and HOLLANDSbigher than last week. Yellow Candle
In consequence of the advance of the prices Tallow for arrival during the season, 72s. to of Grcin./Rum has become an article of 736.
great speculation ; the stock being small, and large orders appearing at market, bas
occasioned a rapid advance: the prerent FRIDAY, JULY ļO.
stock is quite trivial.--Leewards since this SUGAR.-The demand for Muscovades day week bave advanced 3d. 1o 40. per gale during the week has been brisk and very lon; Jamaica from 4d. to 6d. per gallon.extensive; the prices are fully 25. higher; Brandy is withoot alteration. - Geneva may the advance is partioularly on the brown be quoted 24. per gallon higher; a new descriptions, which had been previously duty of 25 per cent has been levied on the much neglected: in addition tollie purchases Jalter in Holland. by the grocers and refiners, there have been TALLOW.-The prices of Tallow ad. speculators in the market, in the anticipa vanced early in the week ; Yellow Candle lind that the price of Sugar will still advance. 76s. to 77:.; for carly arrival 758:; for all In refined the business done lalely has been the season 73s. 6d, to 745.: since then there extensive; the prices are 28. higher since is not so much doing, and no variation in the Friday last; the demand for Lumps and prices.-The Town market is to-day quoted Crushed Sugars has been considerable.- 80s, 6d, which is 2s. higiier than last week. Molasses are in improved demand at an advancing currency. COFFEE.-There were great speculiz
FRIDAY, JULY 17. tions ip the week in Coffee, wbich added to
COFFEE.-The prices of Coffee ad. farge purchases made by the shippers, ocean vanced 105, 10 12s. on Monday and Toesday sioned an advance of 8s. to 9s. per cwt., lact. The demand since has been considera St. Domingo was reported to have realized able, and the improvement fully maintained } 40s. Yesterday a public sale was brought
for St. Domingo 150m. paid, and the holders forward, it went off about 2s. per cwt. now ask 153s. and 154s.; fine middling under what had been considered the previous Jamaica sold 1669. and 1668. 6d.; fine market prices by private contract. To-day
Dominica 167. We advance mentioned has there were no public sales, and got macha been fully real on every description of doing by private contract.
, Coffee,-flaving given the statement of the COTTON.- The sales of Cotton since our
Coffee market up to this foresoon, we have last have been inconsiderable ; the purchases now to mention the effect produced on the by private contract being confined to—50 market after the letters by the Foreign mails