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COMMERCIAL REPORT.-March 13, 1820.


Sugar. There has been some fluctuation in the prices, and demand for this article. At the date of our last report, the market wore a favourable aspect. It afterwards became languid, and prices depressed. Within these few days the demand has, for Muscovadoes, become more animated, and the prices more steady. From the last advices from the Continent, the Refined market is become more languid.Molasses are steady, and in fair request. As we anticipated, the accounts from the islands are by no means favourable. The crops must both be short and unusually late. From this circumstance we may fairly calculate upon the Sugar market remaining steady, and if business in general revives, that the demand and prices will increase.- Cotton. The market for Cotton continues languid and depressed. The importations have of late been considerable, and the quantity of East India Cotton on hand is so great, that it must, for a long time to come, keep the market in a languid state. The quantity expected from America is very considerable. The demand for internal consumpt also cannot be increased.-Coffee. This article continues to fluctuate greatly : every thing concerning it depends upon the advices from the Continent, which must fluctuate greatly, according as the supplies arrive from different parts of the world. These are lately become very great, and a large portion of the Coffee trade is now wrested from our hands. The consumpt on the Continent of Europe continues to increase.

In all the other articles of Commerce it is scarcely possible for us to make a single remark. Every thing continues in the former languid state, nor is there the smallest appearance of any immediate revival, at least to any considerable extent. In the manufacturing districts more work has lately been doing, but at no advance for the price of labour. The accounts from foreign markets continue dull and unsatisfactory, without any cheering rays to dispel the glooin. We stated our opinion on these matters at such length in our last report, that it is unnecessary for us again to enter upon the subject. Every thing since has but tended to confirm what we there said. Some time must yet pass before we see any material revival of trade.

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Course of Exchange, March 7.- -Amsterdam, 12:1. Antwerp, 12 : 3. Ex. Hamburgh, 36 : 5. Frankfort, 152 Ex. Paris, 25: 20. Bourdeaux, 25: 50. Ma. drid, 34 effect. Cadiz, 33% effect. Gibraltar, 30. Leghorn, 47. Genoa, 444. Malta, 46. Naples, 384. Palermo, 116s. per oz. Oporto, 51. Rio Janeiro, 55. Dublin, 101. per cento Cork, 101.

Prices of Gold and Silver, per oz.-Portugal gold, in coin, £0:0:0 Foreign gold, in bars, £3:17: 104. New doubloons, £3:15: 6. New dollars, 4s. 113d. Silver, in bars, stand. 5s. 12d.

PRICES CURRENT.-March 4.-London, March 3, 1820.

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SUGAR, Musc.

B. P. Dry Brown,
Mid. good, and fine mid.
Fine and very fine,
Refined Doub. Loaves,
Powder ditto,
Single ditto,
Small Lumps
Large ditto,

Crushed Lumps,
MOLASSES, British, cwt.
COFFEE, Jamaica cwt.

Ord. good, and fine ord.
Mid. good, and fine mid.
Dutch, Triage and very ord.

Ord. good, and fine ord.
Mid. good, and fine mid.
St Domingo,
PIMENTO (in Bond) Ib.

Jam. Rum, 16 0.P. gall.


Claret, 1st Growths, hhd.
Portugal Red, pipe.

Spanish White, butt.

pipe. Madeira, LOGWOOD, Jam.. ton.

FUSTIC, Jamaica,

INDIGO, Caraccas fine, lb.
TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot.

Ditto Oak,
Christiansand (dut. paid)
Honduras Mahogany

St Domingo, ditto
TAR, American,

PITCH, Foreign,. cwt.
TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Cand.

Home Melted,
HEMP, Riga Rhine,

Petersburgh Clean,

Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak.

MATS, Archangel,


Petersburgh Firsts, cwt. ASHES, Peters. Pearl,

Montreal ditto, OIL, Whale,

tun. Cod, TOBACCO, Virgin. fine, lb.


COTTONS, Bowed Georg.
Sea Island, fine,


Middling, Demerara and Berbice, West India, Pernambuco, Maranham,

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January and the 23d of February 1820, extracted from the London Gazette.


Amistead, W. Soyland, Halifax, worsted-spinner
Balme, J. Gonwersal, Yorkshire, woolstapler
Bennet, S. A. Worship-street, coach-manufacturer
Beaton, H. West Camel, Somerset, maltster
Beckwith, C. Preston, draper
Blease, R. Altringham, flour-factor
Boustead, M. M. Devonshire-street, dealer
Bolingbroke, H. Great Yarmouth, merchant
Bracewell, J. Bramley, York, innkeeper
Briant, W. Kennington, wine-merchant
Brander, J. & J. Barclay, Size-lane, merchants
Brown, W. A. Wentworth-place, brewer
Brooke, J. Huddersfield, tanner
Bunyer, J. Whetstone, dealer
Buer, W. Church-street, Greenwich, butcher
Buck, J. Arundel-street, Strand, stationer
Carrington, S. Ashborne, Derby, mercer
Carnes, w. Canal-row, Bermondsey, rope maker
Cattell, E. Milverton, Warwickshire, mealman
Chapman, R. Beccles, Suffolk, iron-founder
Chance, J. Worcester, maltster
Clarke, J. P. Drayton, Warwickshire, dealer
Clarke, F. Leicester, boot and shoe maker
Cowell, S. Sutton at Hone, miller
Collier, T. Newport, Salop, liquor-merchant
Davies, W. Caerphilly, Glamorgan, woollen-man-

Davies, T. King-street, tea-dealer
Danro, G. Linton, Kent, butcher
Dipper, F. Worcester, silk-mercer
Dutton, S. & J. Dunn, Liverpool, merchants
Dundas, J. Carlisle, cattle-dealer
Dickens, E. Eynsford, Kent, draper
Dye, S. Norwich, grocer
Dyball, D. White Horse tavern, Fetter-lane
Elliot, H. Chippenham, Wilts, clothier
Endicott, J. sen. Exeter, builder
Farmer, J. Skinner-street, victualler
Ford, E. Lime-street, wine-merchant
Fowle, R. Blandford, draper
Fox, W. Exchange-buildings, stock-broker
Ford, G. Oxford-street, silversmith
Freame, T. Worcester, cabinet-maker
Falljames, A. Greenhithe, baker
Fullarton, J. Manchester, saddler
Gallant, W. Leadenhall market, fishmonger
Gibson, T. Whitehaven, butcher
Giles, D. Syford, Berks, mealman
Gribbell, N. & M. Hellyer, East Stonehouse, De.

von, builders Green, T. Liverpool, auctioneer Green, J. Exeter, wine-merchant Gregson, T. Ormskirk, Lancashire, vintner Greenland, E. Old Kent-road, carpenter Gundry, T. Goldsithney, Cornwall, merchant Gundry, J. & W. Goldsithney, merchants Gundry, J. Goldsithney, merchant Hayzelden, W. Milton-next-Sittingbourne, Kent,

saddler Harper, J. Edgeware-road, cowkeeper Hayton, J. W. Greenfield, Flintshire, wire and

iron manufacturer Haffner, M. Cannon-street, St George's, carpenter Henley, W. Holywell-street, silk-mercer Hannah, T. Liverpool, builder Hughes, J. & J. Clare, Liverpool, grocers Hill, J. Bristol, straw-hat-manufacturer Holroyd, J. Bradford, Yorkshire, calico-manufac

turer Hutchinson, E. Nottingham, confectioner Jardine, J. C. Sheffield, draper Johnson, J. Llandaff, shopkeeper Johnson, R. Francis-street, watchmaker Jones, W. Eastcheap, wine-merchant Jones, w. jun. Burscough, innkeeper Kendall, J. Brigham, Cumberland, miller Kennard, C. Pett, near Hastings, tailor Knight, J. Fore-street, cheesemonger Langworthy, E. Cannon-street, packer Lawton, T. & S. Roe, Strayley-bridge, Ashton

under-Line, machine-makers Le Chevalier, Wotton-under-edge, Gloucestershire,

brewer Lecand, L. R. Great Prescot-street, Goodman's

fields, carver and gilder Ledwich, N. R. College-hill, merchant

Lipsham, T. St James's-street, confectioner
Lynch, M. Church-street, Spitalfields, silk-manu-

facturer Marks, W. St Michael's, Worcester, carver and

gilder Maund, J. New-street, Covent-Garden, mercer Martin, P. Little Harrowden, baker Medcroft, J. Lamb's Conduit-street, jeweller Merriman, W. H. New Bond-street, master mariMillard, S. Gloucester, linen-draper Millard, J. Minories, bellows-maker Morling, W. Heybridge, Essex, brewer Nappier, T. Potterne, Wilts, mealman Norris, T. Ramsgate, grocer Norris, W. Romsey, Southampton, timber-mer

chant Nossiter, C. Grimsbury, Northamptonshire, tanner Oastler, R. Horsforth, Yorkshire, dry-salter O'Neill, T. Newcastle-street, wine-merchant Owens, J. Kingston, Herefordshire, ironmonger Patrick, T. C. Austin-friars, insurance-broker Pearson, J. Beeston, Roydes, Yorkshire Peirey, H. Brighthelmstone, grocer Peach, D. Camberwell, merchant Parry, T. sen. Boddicott, Oxfordshire, nurseryman Powles, M. Ross, Herefordshire, mealman Raine, T. Bear-street, Leicester-fields, perfumer Richardson, J. Liverpool, merchant Richmond, T. Nottingham, grocer Ritson, J. Carlisle, tallow-chandler Roscoe, W. J. Clarke, and W. S. Roscoe, Liver

pool, bankers Rutherford, J. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, woollen

draper Rutledge, F. W. Lucas-street, corn-dealer Sargeant, J. Great Warner-street, brewer Saville, ś. Stayley, Cheshire, cotton-spinner Shaw, J. Micklehurst, Cheshire, clothier Shuttleworth, T. Ipswich, linen-draper Shuttleworth, J. & T. Stevens, Torkington,

Cheshire, dealers Simpson, A. St Swithin's lane, merchant Smith, T. L. Ramsdon Cray, butcher Solomon, G. Leman-street, Goodman's-fields, hardSpence, T. Maryland-point, Stratford, dealer Spencer, S. Cumming-street, Pentonville, brick

layer Sperrin, T. Thornbury, Gloucester, tallow.chan.

dler Stevens, J. Cherryhinton, Cambridgeshire, gar

dener Stevenson, J. Broad-street, corn-chandler Stammers, T. & W. Button, Sudbury, miller Stewart, C. Hull, spirit-merchant Swan, W. New-street, Commercial-road, master

mariner Taylor, T. Preston, Lancashire, tea-dealer Taylor, J. Moreton-in-Marsh, wine-merchant Thomson, J. Manchester, bookseller Thomas, B. B. Plymouth-dock, brewer Tipping, T. Warrington, Lancashire, miller Tinson,' w. Christ-church, Southampton, inn

holder Todd, A. Catherine-court, Tower-hill, merchant Turner, N. J. Tower-street, merchant Watson, J. & H. Friday-street, warehouseman Walton, R. Wood-street, Cheapside, hosier Walker, J. jun. Axbridge, Somerset, brewer Weston, J. Tenterden, Kent, printer Weise, W. P. Tooley-street, hat-manufacturer Wilkinson, C. Wormwood-street, dealer Williams, J. Crowland, grocer Williams, B. Birmingham, chemist Wilson, R. Birmingham, merchant Wilson, W.Seven Houses, Rotherhithe, corn-factor Wilson, R. Bridge-street, Vauxhall, linen-draper Winterbottom, J. Manchester, druggist Wire, J. Colchester, grocer Windeatt, T. Bridgeton, Devon, woollen manufac

turer Wood, J. Nottingham, hosier Worthington, J. Warton, Lancashire, coal-mer

chant Wornell, W. Downton, Wilts, linen-draper



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ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between 1st and 29th

February 1820, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Bute, William, wright and builder, Glasgow Neilson, J.merchant, Waulk-mill-store, near Airdrie Cowan, William, flesher and horse-dealer, Paisley Plimpton & Co. merchants, Edinburgh, and John Cotton, Stephen, china and earthen-ware mer- Plímpton,

sole partner of the

firm chant, Glasgow

Robertson, Robt. & Co. spirit-dealers and umbrelDods, J. wright and builder, Greenside-row, Edin. la-manufacturers, Glasgow Douglas, James, merchant, Stirling

Whyte, Alex. merchant and candlemaker, Dundee Ewing, Miller, & Co. merchants, carrying on business as a company in Greenock; and at Newfound

DIVIDENDS. land under the firm of Miller, Fergus, & Co. Brodie, Geo. merchant, Leith; a dividend on the Glen, William, coal-master, merchant, and cattle- 11th March dealer, Armsheugh

Carrie, John, merchant, Arbroath; a final diviGordon, James, cooper and fish-curer, Aberdeen dend 31st March Gray, A. cloth-merchant and haberdasher, Irvine Henderson, Thomas and William, & Co. merHenderson, T. jun. merchant, Anstruther Easter chants, Edinburgh; a dividend 13th March Howie, John & Joseph, merchants, spirit-dealers, Johnston, Dav. the late, manufacturer, Glasgow; shoemakers, and leather-merchants, Irvine

a final dividend 230 March Lang & Cochran, merchants, Glasgow

M‘Alister & Bryson, merchants, Glasgow; a divi.. Lawrie, George & John, & Co. surgeons and drug- dend 15th March gists, Edinburgh

Sim, G. M. & Co. merchants, Glasgow; a divi. M'Kellar, Dugald, merchant, Greenock

dend 13th March Murray & Bonnar, booksellers and stationers, Stewart, John, general agent, Aberdeen; a divi. Glasgow

dend 3d April London, Corn Exchange, March 6.

Liverpool, Feb. 29.

$. 8.

S. d.
S. d.]

S. d. 8. d. Wheat, red 64 to 68 Boilers

48 to 50 Fine ditto ..

Pease, grey 42 0 to 46 0 68 to 70 New .

per 70 lbs.


50 0 to 58 0 Superfine ditto 72 to 76 Small Beans 43 to 16 English, new10 0 to 10 White

Flour, Eng. pr. 240 lb. 64 to 68 Tick

38 to 41| American.
9 0 to 9 3 Fine

46 0 to 47 0 Fine ditto 70 to 74 Foreign 40 to 42| Dantzic

9 6 to 10 4 Irish 45 0 to 45 0 Superfine 76 to 80 Feed Oats . 21 to 23||Dutch Red 90 to 9 8 Amer. p. 196 lb. old ditto .. O to o Fine.

23 to 25 Riga ...8 6 to 90 Sweet, U.S. 40 0 to 42 0 Rye

32 to 34 Poland do . 24 to 26 Archangel .8 6 to 90 Do. in bond 32 0 to 34 0 Barley 28 to 31 Fine

27 to 28 |Canada ...9 0 to 9 4 Sour 35 37 0 Fine

34 to 36 Potato do. 25 to 26 Scotch . 9 8 to 10 2 Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Superfine ...38 to 42 Fine.. 28 to 30 Irish, new, 9 0 to 9 3

English 32 0 to 34 O Malt,

50 to 60 Flour, p. sack 60 to 65 Barley, per 60 lbs. Scotch 28 0 to 31 0 Fine

65 to 72 Seconds .55 to 60 Eng. grind. 5 3 to 5 10 Irish .... 260 to 31 0 Hog Pease. . 39 to 42 North Country 50 to 55 - Malting - 0 0 to 0 Bran, p.24 lb. 11 to 1 2 Maple

43 to 45 Pollard, per qr. 20 to 28 Scotch 5 0 to 5 6 White pease 43 to 46) Bran

12 to 14| Irish.

4 6 to 4 10 Butter, Beef, goo.

Oats, per 45 1h.
Seeds, &c.-March 7.

Butter, per cwt. s.
English pota. 5 3 to 3 9 Belfast 80 to 82
s. Irish, do.
3 2 to 3 4 Newry

79 to 80 Must. Brown, 10 to 14 Hempseed 45 to 56 Scotch do. 3 7 to 3 8 Waterford 70 to 71 -White . 10 to 14 Linseed, crush. 56 to 64 Rye, per gr. 38 0 to 40 o Cork, pick. 2d 76 to 77 10 to 14 New, for. Seed 76 to 80 Malt, per b.

63 to 65 Turnips 8 to 16 Ryegrass,

10 to 30 Fine. 10 3 to 10 9 Beef, p. tierce 100 to 110 - New

0 to 0 Clover, Red, . 35 to 95 Middling 8 3 to 8 9 Tongu. p. firk. 75 to 80 -Yellow

0 White
50 to 110 Beans, pr qr;

Pork, p. br). 84 to 85 Carraway

Coriander 14 to 17 English ..50 0 to 54 0 Bacon, per cwt. Canary

0 to o Trefoil, new. 42 to 75 Irish • 44 0 to 46 0 Short middles 57 to 58 Rapeseed, £34 to £36.

Rapeseed £32 to £33 Hams, dry, 55 to 58



Pease & Beans. 1st,......38s. Od. 1st,......25s. 6d. 1st,...... 24s. 6d.

1st,...... 20s. Od. 2d, ......358. 6d. 2d,

2d, ......21s. Od. 2d, ......18s. 6d. 3d,......32s. Od. 3d, . 20s. Od. 3d, ......17s. Od. 3d, ......17s. Od. Average of Wheat, £1:15:5 6-12ths.


Tuesday, March 7. Beef (17) oz. per lb.) Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Quartern Loaf Os. 9d. to Os. 10d. Mutton

Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Potatoes (28 lb.) Os. 8d. to Os. Od. Lamb, per quarter 10s. Od. to 14s. Od. Butter, per lb. ls. 8d. to Os. Od. Veal Os. 8d. to 1s. Od. Salt ditto,

1s. Od. to Os. Od. Pork

Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Ditto, per stone 16s. Od. to Os. Od. Tallow, per stone 9s. Od. to 9s. 6d. Eggs, per dozen . 08. 8d. to Os. Od.



Beans. 1st, ......37s. Od. 1st,......25s. 6d. 1st,...... 23s. Od. 1st,...... 18s. Od. 1st,......19s. Od. 2d, ......358. Od. | 2d,...... 23s. Od. 20,. .20s. Od. | 2d,......15s. Od. 2d, ..165. Od. 3d, .......32s. Od. | 3d, ...... 20s. Od. 3d,..

......17s. Od. | 3d,...... 135. Od. | 3d, .14s. Od.

Average of Wheat, £1: 14: 6 3-12ths Average Prices of Corn in England and Wales, to the Week ended 26th Feb. 1820. Wheat, 655. 10d.-Rye, 38s. 10d.-Barley, 35s. 3d.-Oats, 24s. 1d.-Beans, 448. 11d.- Pease, 48s. 9d.

Beer or Big, Os. Od.-Oatmeal, 25s. 11d. Average Prices of British Corn in Scotland, by the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels,

and Oatmeal, per Boll of 128 lbs. Scots Troy, or 140 lbs. Avoirdupois, of thé Four

Weeks immediately preceding the 15th Feb. 1820. Wh eat, 51s. 98.-Rye, 36s. 5d.-Barley, 27s. 1d.-Oats, 21s. 3d.-Beans, 32s. 2d.- Pease, 31s. 11d.

Beer or Big, 24s. Id..Oatmeal, 17s. 11d. VOL. VI.

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