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Sturgeor, liegt i 1860 ahli perkog, ne!
~, Loaf, 10,164c3 ar y 16; alias gdh. per ct de Hard Ware, value 26,434!: gd; vol 198 per sool 17.--Drei, 9.71b; 1791 per chi
do Muscovado, 160,082 C 2 qr 14 lb 13$ 3d
value Undrett, 1,745 C'YE 2 97; 23:0 1-5th per cwe do
132 iwo hundred and three per cwt do India Silks and Stuffs ; value rol ies per ditto Elined109: 1 per shouland
do While, -12 € 3 9rs a 41 per cent. ; ilus 4d Iron, 62,956 cwe i qr; los 6d per ton Fors, 2731 1 val. 101.105 per pool val. Brj.
15 oue-levenih per cuc
do Knives, No. 563,783 ; different rates cil's į foreign is!104 per rood val.
do Small Parcels, 2,2311 35 20 10 per cent on vakiej Mermits, 9,890 Noi; is 6d 9-tenths per piece
do | Razors, 20,212 No. ; 2sid one-fifth per Dicker Drinos Gialle, No. 14,704; is old :-:och per Goid and Silver Twist; 69 ounces; 8d and 5 per
, of jo
cent of lame per oz
do Scissars, 675 groce, 5 3-fourths dozens ; 45 200 Pials, No. 6,708; 15 3-5ch per hundred do | Inkle, Wrought, bib; 85 5d nearest per doz pds do
4-5ths ditto per gioce.
do Blac-Ware, val. 4,4071 19s id; vol 10s per 100l Unwrought, 28lb; 2s 60 h. per doz. pounds Scythes, 4,686 doz: ; 25 id i-fifth per doz.
do Small Parcels ; 94.0241 $s jod --half; Tol 103 per pairs 1,036 ; 3; id 4-5th per dozen do Lacer, 1,659 gro. 9 doz; volios'per i pol value do
od neareft per 12 thousand
do Ivory, wrought, 548 pounds; 1$ 2-fiths per pound do Tunceds, coll qib 1917; 73 20 2-5ió per do do Pins, 337 10 doz. M. ; is 6d nearest, per 12 M
Lace, gold and silver, 63 pounds ; 457-fifrh ngarett, Cinna11100, 16 304; 11d per 1b nearest do Thimbles, No. 118,294 ; 6s &d per thousand do
do Gold and Silver, 1,008 pds 6 02; 4$ 2d 2-Gifths per lb do Thread borte, 2,829 1-bali yds ; 45 2d wo-
fitimis per dozen yards
do Carballir, cwtq 152091; 125 40 4.515 per cwt do
do Lampblack, 4,128 pounds ; 8s 4d 4-fifths per cwt do S', Cwt q lb 2 1 21; 48 $d 1.5th per do do | Bruges, 521h; 48 $d three-fourth per dozen, pds Laccin, 14 CWt 3 qrs 7 lb; 7s 6d per cwt ncarett
do vinger, 6w1q 1b12! 321; if Britiba Plantation,
do Lead, Pigs, 4,687 cwe i gr 141b; 125 7d. 1.fifth 501iddi od 4 4-och on sool on 11 ratę do Outnal, 13,072 lb ; 3$ 4-chs nearest, per doz lb do
Sheet, 1,644 cwt 1 qr 141b; IS 3-fifths per utmegs, lb 4,166 ; 7d zi per lb to
do 10.1 value do
Duty Hair, Goats, 8,176 lb; uis Tod per cwe nearest do Shot, 2,068 cwt 2 qr; 16 6d 9-tenths per cwt do
Horte, 4 cwt ; lb a 6s per cwt; 10s 1od
White, 2,008 cwt 141b; 3s iad.,-titih per cwt do do per 100l. value do Lead Ore, 1 yun, 8s 4d 4-fifths per tun
do Line, Lemon, and Orange Juice, 430 galloas free
do Buckrarn, 460 diuto
do affron, 4 lb; js ad per Ib. nearest
de Hempseed, 94 hhde 3-fourths ; .3d per bushel, and Callico-Stained, 2,177 ditto; if British, 181-4th uccada, 210 lb; 34 3f. per Ib nearest
si per cent. on'lame
do ditto, per yard
Duty uecas Liquorice, 2d i hals per lb do do Hops, 12,187 cwt z gos; 11 28 per cwt,
do White, 26 dit. , if dit. 85 -5th do. per yd do ugar, candy, 16 e 1 gr salb; et 16s 9d h. per cwt do Horses, No. 213; 3d cacb, and's per cent of fame do Linen Cambriok, 1,074 do
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Canvas, 201,083 do
do | Oranges and Lemons, cwt qr No. 324; 100 38 Seeds, Clover, cwt q lb 1,595 27; IsnidhnearLinco coloured, 8,163 1-hlf. do; 101 1os per 1001
do eft, per cwt
do value Oil, Linteed, gallon, 602; 91 6d per lun
do Seeds, Garden, 31,95816; id 3-5ths nearly per lb do Damask-Napkening, 76 do 7d 3-5th per yard,
Sevil, gallons, 765; 4/85 2d 2-51hs per cun do Silk Manufacture, 17,296 lb 4 02; 75 10d i-halt
Train, gallons, 60,277 h ; if Brivih,
free Raw, 31696 lb 8 02 ;-many different rares and 5 per cent. of the same, and inore as Painting Stuffs, val. 3,3357125 58 k. Tos vod
Dyer, Thrown, 387 Ib 8 oz; 5s 3d per lb in brcadeh
do 1ool. value
do Undyed, ditto, 37023 16 8 oz; diferent rates,
do Brown, bundle , 224; 3d 4-5ths nearly per Skins, Buck-, .No. 4511; if America undreit, 271.
15. 8d per 100l. at 2s 6d rate; if Britth
Goat, No. 15; 8 2-5the per doz.
free Painted, reim 981. halt; isod per do do Loth, No. 395; if British, vol 10s per rool
do Printing, do. 3,778; 3d 1.6th nearelt, per
do Muilin, 16,896 do; 4d1 5th per yard; if
do Calve, No. 183 a 65 8d each ; 8d 2-5ths per Briuth, 6d mure; and if foreign, is 6d
Prefing, kave, 65,996; 1sgd per cent leaves do
Sheep, No. 79 C 209; 5s 10d 1 half per
Pictures, val. 1,4381 121 1:d; vol 1os per rocl val. do Turkey, No. 30, 1056per daz
do Piech, barrels, 127; mall band, 4s 2d 2-5th per last do Slates, 3392 thousand i - hali; 15 3-51hs per thou.
lund Maits, No. 2,321; if Ruffia, id 1-30 per mat,
fitch per barr.
do Snuff, 91 lb; 61.5th per ib.
Sap, 490 cwt 2 qr; 9:50 2 5ths per lb.
30 cWt; Nice
Quills, thousands, 7
I 3-ith. Excite and Cust. Spirits, Brandy, 1376 gallons; 35 84 4-51hs per
gail. maiket price Quilts, No. 41; 45 2d 2-5ths per vie.ce.
do Geneva 3s 8d2-51hs per dien
do Millinery Ware, val. 4,685213 8dh ; 10l s os per Ribland Silk, lb oz 1,840 8; 105 6d per cwt
Rum, 944479 1-bal ; 25 100 4.5hs per rool val. Rlin, cwq lb 55 37; 51-tourth per ewt do
ditto Mill Stones, No. 4; 35 60 1-10th per piece do Sall, Poreign, butheks 1,978; 3d 4-5ths nearest, Starch, 20 ewt; 6s vod nearest per hundred
do Mum, barrels, 6s 3d 3-5 he per barrel do
do Staljona: y Ware, 559151 30 h. ; 101 10s per 100l Oakum, cwtq. No. 1,667 21; 55 38 per cwe do Rock, tun: 21,553 3-4ths; is 3.5ths per tun
do Salepetre, cwt lb 1,441 121; 4s 2d2-5 ths per cwt do Scockings, colloo, 21436 pair ; Tol jos per cool val. do Gent. Mag. April, 1785. Bb
per ct value
Stockings, Silk, 785 pair ; 45 2d 2-5ths per cwt. do
Silk and cotton, 146 pri rol jos per 100l value
do do do
Woollen, 2215 pair ; 4d nearest per pair do
Werfted, 5923 pair ; 8d nearest per pair do
at is 8d rate, or sod 18-20th or 17-31ch
do Upholstry Ware, 5599! 173 and val. 10l jos per cwt or val.
Vinegar, ts h gs. 36 8-4th ; 61 isod par tun
Oars, No i cwt 209; 185 4d :-half per hun. Wallnuts, and others, 10 v.half barrels; is 6d
do nearest, per barrel
do Plank 1833' 123 id val.; 10l jos per ct val do Wax-Bees, 2940 lb. ss nearest, per cwt.
do Spars, 2 cwt 5 qr; 25 id 1-5th per hun. do
Timber, 1184 12 1, half tuns ft; 19 per tun do
do Wainscot, No. 3113s 60 per hundred
do Wooden Ware, 14641 9s 7d 1-half val. 1 od 10s
Colton, 2800 ct i qr 14 lb unfold
do Estridge, 8 cwt
Spanith, 86 cwt y or
do Iron, cwt q lb 10 28 ; 55 3d per cwt
Lattin, 15 19 019; is od per cwt and bad
Steel, cwt q lb 3 1 21; 100 per Ib nearest
Cable, cwt q lb 26 31 rod hi per cwt
do Yaro, Cotton lb 3340 ; 2d per lb wt nearest
Linen, 8600 lbid if per lb nearest
Mohair, 4472 h. Ib; 5s 3d per lb
Worsted, ib 845 half; 107 os per hundred
do Deals, No. 24 cwt 1 9 21b; 88 4d 4.5th Small Parcels, value 162351 125 3d 2f 10l 1 os per per hundred
cwt value Hoops 2429 1-half thousands ; id and s per ct of Laine per M
do (An Account of the Imporis into Ireland from America, Mafts, No. 4; according to fine
&c. ix cur nexl.)
+ 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
of same per m
LA V INI A. the day before his death, the supposed fitua-
tion of his beloved Lavinia, and withal en
joined him, as he valued his memory, to WHI
ILL not the torch of love lock the secret safely in his breast, and, if
burn bright, unless 'tis dipt cruel necessity should call for it, - to be her in gall? (rejoined Anna ;) degrade not the friend. Philinthus, after his decease, redignity of such a paffia, with corroding newed a passion he had secretly entertained jealouly; that baneful compound of diftrud, for Lavinia, with this humiliating difference, enry, and relentment, each of which is foliciting her to the unhallowed: couch of sufficient to debafe the mind, but uniting adultery, instead of his bridal bed. To this their several poisons, must burn up every end he cruelly intimated to her, his knowfiner feeling of the foul, and, like a lamp in ledge of their illicit amour. Stung to the a fepulchre, irnperfectly difcover but the quick at the base proposal, the bade him defradow of the virtues, which had once ex- part; and, with the most towering superioiftence there."-"Charmiag maid (faid rity, upbraided him with treachery to his Albert) I will offend no more, thou hence departed friend. • Go (faid she) unworthy forth fhelt guide me; but proceed with poor of my Edward's confidence: go, barter with Lavinia.” “Oh, Albert! may we never the servile wretch who will reward thee with love as these bave loved !" replied Anna, her licentious converse, and feast thy sensual " Where could be the danger of their mu- hours with unblushing wantonness.' Think tual attachment ?" added Albert, gazing hot, becaufe I am unfortunate, I know not with unutterable fordness at her. There to distinguish between the purity of Edward's never was a more destructive proof (faid fame, and the wild fallies of a brutal lust, Anna) of the perfidy of man, than in the I was his bride ! by every dearest tie, that pitiable lequel of Lavinia's fufferings. I told only union, by which the souls of lovers can you yesterday what matchless tenderness be joined, the bond of facred and inviolable was manifeft at their interviews : Lavinia, truth! Had he lived but gracious Heaat the usual hour of Edward's visit, had re- ven!' thy will has snatched him from me, tired to the garden, where she was foon yet left me his affection, which I will never joined by Edward. The preparation for yiolate ! you may spare me, Sír, your up. their nuptials formed an interesting, if not braidings, I am not the guilty wretch yoy the greater part of their conversation, and take me for-boat no more the participathey already fancied themselves in their set. tion of his spotless friendship-you are no tled habitation. Every thing smiled around friend of Edward's, who to gratify your palthem, the autumnal' evening, beautifully son, would plunge into eternal mifery, one, departing with a glowing sky.-" We have whose happiness it was to boaft her Ed. already strayed too far faid Lavinia) they ward's love, whose only crime was an unwill exped us within." "Edward, unwil. guarded tenderness, but whose privilege it ling too soon to be fettered by joining the hall be never to dishonour his memory company, prevailed on her to indulge him Philinthus, confounded at this unexpected longer with her charming conversation. She rebuke, endeavoured to fifle his resentment, fatally consented; I say fatally, for how and retired. The bitter effects were, howfall my heart sustain itself in the recital ? - ever, too visible to mistake the cause. ' Her Too fecure was the retirement at which they father being apprised of her dishonour, with had insensibly arrived-too soft were the án implacable fiat, forbid her ever to see moments that preceded desolation—too flat. him more ; and with a temporary fcanty tering the calm, unconscious of the approach- subsistence, launched this beauteous, once ing Iorm. By a combination of delusive beloved, of his happiest hours, into the reindulgencies, the found herself of innocence, morseless world, an helpless victim to Nang of character, of peace, at once bereft ; nor der, oppression, and famine. could the unhappy youth afford reparation The perjured wretch who caused this to her soul. The day appointed for their unnatural separation, with the most aggranuptials drew nigh, and though this furnish. vating insult, tendered her assistance, upon ed her in a degree with consolation, yet could conditions the most abject and humiliating, she not divest herself of a settled melancholy, to her exalted and generous mind, but which had alarmed her friends. The dread without success : through much severity of ful forebodings of the possibility of that day forrow, and accumulated anguilh, did the never arriving, almoft drove her to despair lovely Lavinia linger, till the dreadful hour - at length the dismal tidings of Edward's arrived, when the pledge of their unexamsudden and dangerous illness too much jufti- pled affection was to be born. Heaven in fied her prophetic fears, Edward died; and that hour decreed her final fuffering !-UnLavinia found the evidence of her fame was equal to the conflict, nature owned the not long to be concealed. Edward had, im- hand of Omnipotence, and obeyed! - She prudently, revealed to his friend Philinthus, and her infant spirit, together freed from
the perfidy and oppression of man, winged lady, entered the boat, and immediately their flight to those happy regions which her the balloon was left to itself; but, after two penitence had fought.
or three attempts, its power being found “ Philinthus, overcome with the restless inadequate to raise the annexed weight, the and agonizing reflections of the mischiefs lady, who was only an accidental paíTenger, his luft occafioned, had recourse to a pif- was obliged to leave the boat, which he did tol; and with fuicide, the refuge only of the with evident relu&tance. Ithen took in three defperate, concluded a life, crimfoned over facks of fand, weighing each twrive pounds, with crimes.'
but as the wind was violent, and it was ap“ Enoug!! Anna! (exclaimer Albert) prehended the balloon would not clear the enough of forrow, lovely maid! Our loves, houses, I threw cver board two of the facks, I trust, fall share a happier fate, and if to- in consequence of which the balloon, with morrow's dawn is not deftructive to my my intrepid companion, ascended very rahopes, our nuptials shall eliablith the purity pidly exactly at three quarters past three of our attachment.
o'clock, amidst the acclamations of an af. “ And though we prove not fo fevere a feinbled multitude of spectators of every destiny, yet will we think it no dishouour to rank. It went in the direction of S. W. by weep over their memory, and imitate their S. and fo rapidly, that in twenty minutes exemplary paflion."
time it was fo far removed as to be juft difAccount of Count Zambeccari and Admiral cernible in the sky, which was
very clear. Vernon's aerial Voyage.
The violence of the wind during the ON
N Wednesday the 23d, a very nume- filling the bailoon not only damaged the net
rous concourse of people alleinbled in in various parts, but likewise broke the glafs the vicinity of Tottenham-Court-Road, to at the lower part of the machine, through be witnesles of the ascension of Cointe Zam- which the string of the valve passed, in conbeccari and Sir Ed. Vernon in the balloon, sequence of which a piece of silk was hastily which has been exhibited for some time at adapted to stop that aperture ; in doing the Lyccura in the Strand. Notwithstand- which the string of the valve was left with. ing the proprietors had taken every precau- in the balloon, so that there was no method tion to keep the place of ascenlion a secret, left of opening the valve, and consequently there was not an avenue for a considerable of defcending at pleasure ; and as the baldiftance, but was crowded by twelve o'clock. toon had a great degree of levity, it ascendThe spectators seemed totally infenfible of ed continually till it had passed fár above the the cold; nor did the falling snow drive clouds. Here the fun Thone very bright, them all away. The principal part of them and the vivifying heat of its rays rendered continued to bid defiance to the weather till the air agreeably warm ; but, whilft we near four o'clock, when, the two hardy ad- were admiring the beauty of the sublime venturers took their aerial excursion. Juft prospect, three of the cords, which held the on the eve of their departure, a Miss Grice, boat, gave way, almost at the same time, of Holbourn, offered to acconipany the aero- which accident, added to the admiral's defre nauts, which' offer was accepted, and the of approaching nearer to the furface of the entered the car; but, notwithstanding they earth, determined me to use every poffible threw out a great quantity of ballaft, after means in defcend; and as it was out of my making three or four attempts, the heroine power to open the valve at the top of the was obliged to give up the pleasure of af- balloon, I thought proper to cut the filk cending, the balloon being incapable of tak- tubes, which immediately gave the necessary ing more than the two gentlemen ; on the exit to the inflammable air, as the balloon lady's quitting her seat, it ascended with was already much diftended; and, in order amazing velocity, and taking a fouth-weft to accelerate this evacuation, I threw overdirection, in a short time was out of figlit. board the remaining fack of fand, imagin.
Of the voyage we fubjoin Count Zain: ing that the balloon, being lightened, would beccarri's own hafty narrative, written im- afcend much higher; the inflammable air of mediately after his arrival in town the same course, rarefying itself farther and farther, evening.
would come out more easily; and after“ Count Zambeccari, being returned to wards, the least increase of cold would de town, deems it his duty to give the public termine the machine to descend. the following account of the various remark. The balloon went to high, that the clouds ahle particulars which were observed during appeared at a great distance below, and the his aerial excursion :- The balloon being quicklilver in the barometer fell to 20.8 about two-thirds filled with infiammable air, inches, whereas on earth it stood at about the boat was attached to it, and at 35 mi- 30.4 inches. In descending, we passed muutes after three o'clock, Admiral Sir Ed- through a dense cloud, which poured fnow Ward Vernon, Count Zambeccari, and a upon us, and felt very cold, At last we de: