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demand has of late been more considerable, and the prices are a shade higher. But so extensive is the importations, and so great is the stock on hand, that no material improvement can be expected in this article, particularly in the present languid and depressed state of the manufacturing interests. The quantity also expected from the United States, and other places, is very great. The Cotton market, therefore, must remain nearly stationary, or but slowly improve.Corn. In consequence of the very changeable and unusually cold weather during the month of June, the price of every kind of Grain has advanced. Á few days of warm weather, early this month, threw a damp on the market, which the changeable weather may again remove. The crops, however, in general look well; and though later than last year, still there appears no serious ground for apprehension, that there will be any thing particularly unfavourable in the approaching harvest. The ports are now shut against Foreign Grain. -Rum. The Rum market has become very heavy. The sale of Geneva is also very dull. The accounts from France, as to the approaching vintage, is unfavourable, and the consequences are expected to be felt in the Brandy market, though the quantity on hand at present is very considerable. In any other article of commerce usually enumerated by us, there is no alteration sufficient to merit notice.

In this publication we had hoped to have been able to have given an account of the revival of trade, and more cheerful prospects for the commercial interests of the country. We are disappointed. The stagnation of all kinds of business continues, and is extreme, perhaps unprecedented. Numerous and severe failures cover the face of the manufacturing districts with distress and dismay, while the dreadful depreciation of all manufacturing property has swept away from thousands the labour and the profits of years. This depreciation in value amounts in many instances to more than 30 per cent. To attempt to ar. rest the progress of this consuming evil serves only to aggravate it. Every market is glutted, and confidence is gone at home-money scarce, and only to be procured on the best securities. The most gloomy accounts are daily received from foreign markets. The loss on Cotton, Grain, and Wool, and the very great depreciation on ali manufactured goods, if accurately known, and added together, would form a sum scarcely credible. Perhaps it is not overrating the total loss on every kind of trade, on all exports and imports since last year, at fifteen millions. Things, however, cannot remain much longer in their present state. Better days, and more cheerful prospects, are at hand. The trade of this country will resume its usual vigour, and be carried on with greater stability and security. The public funds maintain their value. The revenues of the country increase rather than de. crease. The demand from foreign markets is within these few days beginning to revive, and sales of different articles can now be effected. Any hasty revival of trade, however, is scarcely to be expected, and hardly to be wished for; as when the latter becomes the case, it is seldom upon a permanent foundation. The defeat of the marauding expedition of Sir Gregor M Gregor, has averted great commercial distress from this country. Possession of Porto Bello and Chague

would have cut off the whole trade of Jamaica, (almost the only trade now left us,) with all the Spanish possessions on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. Across the isthmus of Darien it is all carried, and there the supplies from Jamaica go to Peru and Chili on the south, and the town and western territories of Mexico on the north. Of late years credit has been extended in this trade. The Spanish merchant takes away one cargo on credit, and pays for what he formerly got. Thus, therefore, it may be said, there was a cargo in Peru, &c.—one on the road thereto, and one on the passage from this country, or in Jamaica. All were placed in jeopardy by M'Gregor's operations. The first and second might have been wholly lost, and the

last rendered almost useless. The extent of this trade

is about two millions annually. The loss of such sum, in the present embarrassed state of commercial affairs, would have been severe indeed. M'Gregor's dise comfiture has taken away the danger, and relieved the merchant, manufacturer, and labourer, from an additional and severe load of embarrassment, loss, and distress.

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217 218 3 per cent. reduced,

65 3 per cent. consols,... 654 4 per cent, consols... 821 85 5

per cent. navy ann.com 99 1003
Imperial 3 per cent. ann. 631
India stock,

210
bonds,
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3 7 dis.
Exchequer bills, 2d. p.d... 2 dis. par
Consols for acc. morena
American 3 per cent.com

2 4 dis.

2

4 dis.

1 2 dis.

new loan, 6 p.c. French 5 per cents. aware

1 pr.

1 dis. par

par. 2 dis

704 683 685 695

11

68 75

Course of Exchange, July 2. Amsterdam, 11 : 15 : 2 U. Antwerp, 11:18. Ex. Hamburgh, 35:8:21 U. Frankfort, 147 Ex. Paris, 25 : 30 : 2 U. Bourdeaux, 25: 30. Madrid, 37 effect. Cadiz, 37 effect. Gibraltar, 33. Leghorn, 491. 'Genoa, 45. Malta, 50. Naples, 40. Palermo, 118 per oz. Oporto, 54 Rio Janeiro, 61. Dublin, 15% Cork, 15. Agio of the Bank of Holland,

Prices of Gold and Silver, per 02.- Portugal gold, in coin, £0:0:0. Foreign gold, in bars, £0:0:0. New doubloons, £0:0:0. New dollars, 6s. Old Silver, in bars, 58. 2d.

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PRICES CURRENT.May 29.-London, July 2, 1819.
SUGAR, Musc.
LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL. LONDON.

DUTIES. B. P. Dry Brown, cwt. 68 to

61 to 67 57 to 64 62 to 64 Mid. good, and fine mid. 76 84 68

84 65
81 68
75

£1 10 0 Fine and very fine,

88
96

82

90 81 Refined Doub. Loaves, 140 150

135 155 Powder ditto, 115 120

99 118 Single ditto, 112 118

1114 118 95

97 Small Lumps 100 110

114 120 94

97
Large ditto,
98 108

100
110 98

99
Crushed Lumps,
56 64

67

68 MOLASSES, British, cwt. 33

6

326 COFFEE, Jamaica cwt. Ord. good, and fine ord. 95 110

110 116 Mid. good, and fine mid. 116 125

124 120 Dutch, Triage and very ord. 85 90

Uncertain.

100 118 Ord. good, and fine ord. 92 108

100
112
122 130

0 0 77 Mid. good, and fine mid. 108 122 114

126

130 140 St Domingo,

95 105

110

119

116 PIMENTO (in Bond) Ib. 8

7 71 63

73

8 SPIRITS,

009: Jam. Rum, 16 0.P. gall. 3s 10d 4s Od 3s 3d 38 od 3 2 3 6 2s 9d 4s Od

0 8 13 Brandy, 5 3 5 6

3 8

0 17 01 Geneva, 3 4 3 6

2 8

0 17 1142 Aqua, 7 8 7 9

15 6 WINES,

B.S. 143 18 0 Claret, 1st Growths, hhd. 60 64

£35 65 0

F.S.) 148 4 6 Portugal Red, 54

54 60 0 Spanish White, butt./ 34 55

28 68 0

B.S.
Teneriffe,

pipe. 30
35

25 38 0

98 16 0 Madeira, 60

50 63 0 SB.S.

96 13 0

{F.S.) • 99 16 6 LOGWOOD, Jam. ton. £8

7 0 7 7 6 0 6 5 7 5 7 10 Honduras,

9
7 10 7 15 6 10 6 15 8 0

0 9 14 Campeachy,

9
8 10 9 0

6 10 7 0 8 0 8 10 FUSTIC, Jamaica,

9
10

7 10 8 5 9 9 100 Cuba,

19
13
95 10 0 13 13 14 10

14 61 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, ib. as 6d 118 60 8 6 96 8 0 8 9 108 Od

0 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot. 2 4 2 6

2 6 28 Ditto Oak,

5 6 Christiansand (dut. paid) 3

5 67 Honduras Mahogany 1 4 1 8 0 10 18 1 24 1 6 11 1 2

3 16 0 St Domingo, ditto 1 2 3 0 i 57 2 0 1 6 1 10

8 14 2 TAR, American, brl.

22
14 6 16 6 20

(F.s.

1 2 112 Archangel, 19

16 6 17 6

16 PITCH, Foreign, cwt. 10

10 6
SB.S.

8 6

(F.S.) 1 10 i TALLOW, Rus, Yel. Cand.) 66

66 69 70 64 065 0

0 S 2 Home Melted,

67

68 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton.) 50

51

£42 10

B.S.) 2 0 9 lt Petersburgh Clean, 45

46

45
45 0

(F.S. S

0 10 04 FLAX, Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak. 72 74

74 0
Dutch,
60 125

70
80

04 Irish,

50 55 MATS, Archangel, 101. 78 80

£4 5

1 39

F.S.) 1 4 113 BRISTLES,

PB.S. 0 3 67 Petersburgh Firsts, cwt. 150

13 10

F.S. 0 3 119 ASHES, Peters. Pearl, 38 40

38 39
B.S.

6

F.S.
Montreal ditto,

52
53 48

50
40
42 39
40

1 7 OIL, Whale,

• tun. 35 Cod.

87 (p. brl.) TOBACCO, Virgin. fine, Ib. Middling,

5 0 53

0 10 Inferior,

0 3 033 COTTONS, Bowed Georg.

0 11 1 1 1 1 1 Sea Island, fine,

2 8 2 3 2 6 1 9 2 6 Good,

2 2

2 0
Middling,
1 10 2 0

B.S.

8 Demerara and Berbice,

1 3 1 6

2 1 6 F.S. West India,

1 0 1

0 1 1 Pernambuco,

1 6 1

7 1 881 Maranham,

1 16

31 1 4 1 531 VOL. V.

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ALPUABETICAL LIST OF ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 20th of

May and the 20th of June, 1819, extracted from the London Gazette. Arlis, J. Newgate-street, bookseller

Jackson, T. and W. Liverpool, merchants Adams, G. Gloucester, jeweller

Kegg, E. Liverpool, master-mariner Amsdel, W. Plaistow, baker

Kay, T. Bath, dealer Baylis, J. and T. Thompson, Piecadilly, iron. Kershaw, G. Romford, shopkeeper mongers

Kilvert, R. Bath, linen-draper Bradley, S. Sandwich, brewer

Kerr, W. Sherborne-lane, wine-merchant Bowker, T. D. Warmsworth-house, Yorkshire, Knight, A. Wilson-street, Moorfields, calenderer. merchant

Lankester, R. Blackman-street, Borough, linenBulmer, T. and R. South Shields, rope-manufac draper turers

Lamb, J. Great James'-street, Bedford-row, draper Brown, W. L. and T. Hunter, Wood-street, ware Lund, J. and J. Walsh, Blackburn, cotton-manuhousemen

turers Buckley, J. Mossley, Lancashire, clothier

Laughton,

J. Liverpool, earthenware dealer · Bealey, R. Cockey-moor, Lancashire, cotton ma Lang. H. G. and W. Ackerington, Lancashire, calinufacturer

20-printers Bonsor, J. Wheeler-street, Spitalfields, coal-mer Leigh, P. Wheelock, Cheshire, currier chant

Longworth, D. Little Leaver, Lancaster, bleacher Brown, T. Newport, Shropshire, grocer

Leveridge, S. Nightingale-lane, Clapham-common, Brockliss, J. Oxford, corn-dealer

merchant Broomhead, Sheffield, merchant

Lord, E. Burnley, cotton-spinner Bulmer, J. and J. South Shields, ship-builders Moss, W. Tadley, Hampshire, carpenter Bipns, J. and J. Looe, Cornwall, merchants Moates, S. W. Birmingham, tobacconist Browning, J. Manchester, calenderer.

Millward, J. Riddish, Worcestershire, needle-maker Bond, F. Armitage, Staffordshire, maltster

Marshall, w. South-street, Spitalfields, cheese Bond, J. Lichfield, maltster

monger Burch, N. and W. Smith, Birbles çum Bamford, Marshall, W. H. Spalding-moor, Yorkshire, miller Lancashire, calico-printers

Millichamp, F. Aston, Warwickshire, maltster Bell, J. R. Old Broad-street, ship-broker

Murch, J. Banwell, Somersetshire, tanner Brooker, W. Eaton-street, Blackfriars-road, tim Musgrave, J. New Laiths, Yorkshire, cloth-manuber-merchant

facturer Baldwin, W. H. Liverpool, merchant

Morgan, W. Bristol, wool-broker Birch, J. Aston, near Birmingham, maltster Macdonald, R. and J. Waring, Liverpool, mer. Budgen, J. Dartford, Kent, paper-maker

chants Brade, W. Preston, Lancaster, liquor-merchant Martin, B. Middlesex-street, Whitechapel, victualBryant, H. Norwich, leather-cutter

ler Cattersen, J. Hull, currier

Matthews, J. Penn, Somerset, shoemaker Cooper, R. Rawcliffe, Yorkshire, common-brewer Marshall, G. Bristol, oorn-factor Case, G. Wimple, Devonshire, hop-merchant Newell, J. Redbridge, Hampshire, timber-merchant Critchley, J. Liverpool, merchant

Nathan, S. Chandos-street, butcher Coldwell, T. S. Norwich, coach

master

Ord, R. Deptford, butcher Clayton, J. Stockport, cotton-spinner

Outram, J. and W. Welsh, Liverpool, brewers Chapinan, W. Liverpool, laceman

Parker, J. Norwich, bombazine-manufacturer Coleman, W. Gosport, baker

Pritchard, J. D. Tipton, Staffordshire, linen-draper orney, J. and R. East India Chambers, merchants Patterson, G. Fore-street, corn-dealer Chambers, S. Bordesley, near Birmingham, sword Peacock, E. East-end, Finchley, victualler cutler

Pellett, R. Bowker-bank, Lancashire, calico-printer Chilcott, T. Bristol, broker

Polglase, J. Bristol, provision-merchant Duke, R. Gateshead, merchant

Penny, M. Shepton Mallet, corn-factor Deakin, F. and J. Oughton, Deretend-mills, War Pearcy, M. Lime-street-square, merchant wickshire, wire-drawers

Peake, M. Handworth, Staffordshire, merchant Daly, J. Woolwich, innkeeper

Perkins, T. Charlton-row, Lancashire, cotton-spinDauncey, T. Cateaton-street, warehouseman Eddison, T. Romford, linen-draper

ner

Pettit, C. Birmingham, glover Frear, W. jun. Liverpool, merchant

Poyner, R. Shareshill, Staffordshire, butcher Fletcher, S. Doncaster, haberdasher

Parkin, W. Nafferton, Yorkshire, miller Frears, E. Ravenglass, Cumberland, silversmith Poyner, C. Doncaster, woollen-draper Finch, R. Cooper's-row, Crutched Friars, wine and Paine, É. jun. Lawrence, Pountney-hill, merchant spirit-merchant

Parker, W. West Teignmouth, Devon, innkeeper Fanshawe, H, R. Addle-street, trimming-maker Park, R. jun. Portsea, Southampton, coal-merFell, W. Watling-street, Manchester, warehouse chant man

Riding, J. Blackburn, cotton-manufacturer Gibbs, J. Bridgwater, maltster

Roffer, J. Wallingford, carpenter Goddard, S. Cornhill, mapseller

Reddal, J-Liverpool, merchant Gangain, P. Church-street, Soho-square, silver Rossiter, J. Shepton Mallet, clothier smith

Roberts, E. Cobourg-road, Kent-road, merchant Gregson, E, and J. Liverpool, perfumers

Ruffy, J. D. Paternoster-row, Christchurch, oilman Garnet, R. Nantwich, Cheshire, shoemaker Stafford, J. Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, miller Goode, T. Hinckley, Leicester, hosier

Smithe, T. Tardebigg, Worcestershire, butcher Hunt, R. H. Yarmouth, wine-merchant

Simmonds, T. Maidstone, wine and brandy-merHederle, J. Leicester-square, tailor

chant Higman, J. Duke-street, Adelphi, victualler Sutherland, S. South Shields, grocer Hall, W. Windmill-street, upholsterer

Simpson, R. Crown-court, Threadneedle-street, Heath, H. Islington-road, dealer in pictures

merchant Hadley, T. Birmingham, merchant

Shynn, J. Maldon, coal-merchant Heginbottom, J. Ashton-under-Line, roper Stunt, T. Ludgate street, carpet-manufacturer Holmes, A. and H. White, Chesterfield, and T. Smith, J. Stamford-street, Blackfriars-road, horseTindall, Chester-le-street, hat-maker

dealer Hayton, J. B. Hull, merchant

Simms, W. Womborne, Staffordshire, coal-dealer Hawkins, C. Gosport, grocer

Stead, M. Ludlow, stone-mason Horton, w.S. Rochdale, woollen-manufacturer Salter, M. Salter-street, St George in the East, Hayter, J. Bristol, watchmaker

glass-blower Hunsley, W. Wetherby, York, grocer

Sutherland, R. and R. Birmingham, gun-makers Izod, W. Redditch, Worcestershire, draper

Smith, B. Bristol, coal-merchant Ikins, J. Roehead in Mirfield, Yorkshire, merchant Schofield, T. Kingston-upon-Thames, maltster Johnson, S. Skinner-street, Finsbury.market, ca Shaw, J. Stonehouse, Devonshire, pawnbroker binet-maker

Sankey, M. W. Canterbury, brewer
Jorden, J. S. Birmingham, dealer

Sewell, S. Aldersgate-street, plumber
Jones, J. Upper Brook-street, tailor,
Johnston, R. Freeman's-court, Cornhill, merchant

Sandell, W. and J. Newport, Isle of Wight, com

mon-brewers

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Seller, G. Lime Regis, Dorset, miller

Winstanley, T. and W. C. Crole, Liverpool, aucTadman, G. New Kent-road, straw-hat-manufac. tioneers turer

Wrigley, B. Manchester, merchant
Tawnend, R. and J. R. Mitre-court, Fenchurch Webb, H. Bristol, pump-maker
street, merchants

Wood, E. and R. Belwood, Scultcoates, Yorkshire,
Tolley, S. Kidlington, Oxfordshire, corn-dealer timber-merchants
Walker, J. Harp-alley, ironmonger

Woodward, J. Banbury, upholsterer
Wright, B. Birmingham, victualler

Waddington, G. Blackburn, factor
Wiekwar, H. and J. Colthorp-mills, Berkshire, pa White, J. C. Mitre-court, Fenchurch-street, mer-
per-makers

chants
Walker, W. Norwich, bricklayer

Wilmhurst, S. Martin's-lane, Cannon-street, mer-
Willan, J. jun, Keswick, Worcestershire, farmer chant
Wilmott, J. Manchester, grocer

Yate, J. Worcester, leather-seller

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ALPHABETICAL List of ScotcH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between 1st and 31st

June 1819, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

Alexander, Wm. jun. manufacturer, Paisley Todd, Shortridge, and Company; printers, Leven
Bruce, Wm. joiner and cabinet-maker, Glasgow Printfield, and William Shortridge, John Todd,
Broadfoot, John, merchant, Leith

youngest, and Charles Todd, as individuals Baird and Co. J. and D. calico-printers at Newland. Wilson, John, merchant, Leith

fields, near Pollockshaws, and Jaines Baird, re-
siding in Greenock, the only surviving partner
Clarke, James, merchant and 'agent, Glasgow

DIVIDENDS.
Carrick, James, lately carrying on trade in the

island of Martinique, West Indies, and in Glasgow Baxter, Wm. merchant, Dundee; by J. B. Russel,
Chalmers, John, feuar, slate-merchant, and builder merchant there
in Lauriston of Gorbals, Glasgow

Cotton, Elijah, china-merchant, Edinburgh
Don, James, manufacturer, Dundee

Cogill, James, sen. merchant, Wick ; by William
Dove, James, merchant and ship-owner, Leith, re Petrie, fishcurer, Pultneytown, by Wick
siding at Stockbridge, near Edinburgh

Caw, John, miller and dealer in grain at Milnal, Forbes, Wm. merchant and agent, Aberdeen

county of Perth; by James Gentle, writer, EdinJamieson, Wm. agent, Glasgow

burgh, 17th July-final one
Jamieson, Charles, and Sons, merchants, Inver Durie, wm. grain and cattle-dealer, Firhill; by

ness, and Charles Jamieson, John Jamieson, and James Kerr, accountant, Glasgow
George Inglis Jamieson, merchants there, as in Ford, James, of Finhaven, merchant, Montrose;
dividuals

by Alex. Thomson, conjunct town-clerk there Kennedy, Hugh, cabinet-maker, Glasgow

Fulton, Andrew, cotton-spinner, Kilmarnock, de Laird, John, and Company,

merchants, Greenock, ceased; a first and final dividend of 1s. on 9th and William Laird and Company, merchants, August; by Kilmarnock bank Liverpool

Hamilton, Wm. grocer and merchant, Glasgow, by
M‘Laren, Duncan, spirit-dealer, Edinbargh

M. Neilson, merchant there
M'Donald and Gibson, cotton yarn merchants, Gillies, Colin, merchant, Brechin, 4s. on 4th Au-

Glasgow, and James M‘Donald and Charles Gib gust; by James Speid, writer there
son, as individuals

Gourley, Oliver, farmer and cattle-dealer at Craig.
Philip and Taylor, merchants, Aberdeen, and Wm. Tothie; by James Thomson, sen. writer, Cupar

Philip and Alexander Taylor, as individuals Fife-second of 6s. 15th July Parker, Matthew, hardware-merchant, Dunferm Glenbuck Iron Company-final by John Sloan, line

merchant, Ayr Pitkethly, James, builder, Leith

M'Williams, Wm. and Thomas, merchants, Castle Rankine, John, banker and messenger, Irvine Douglas ; by James Lidderdale, merchant there Scott, James, jun. merchant, Leith

Scott, John, and Archibald Muir, coal-merchants, Shortridge, Geo. Yuille, printer, Dansholm, and at the Monkland-canal-bason, near Glasgow; by merchant, Glasgow.

Mr Waddell of Stonefield

Wheat.
1st,...... 42s. Od.
2d, ......38s. 6d.
3d,......34s. Od.

EDINBURGH.-JULY 7.
Barley

Oats.
1st,......33s. Od. 1st...... 238. Od.
2d, ......30s. Od. 2d, ...... 21s. Od.

3d, ......27s. Od. 33, ...... 20s. Od.
Average of Wheat, £1:18: 9:3-12ths.

Pease & Beans.
Isty...... 24s. Od.
2d, .22s. Od.
3d,...... 20s. Od.

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Tuesday, July 6.
Beef (17} oz. per lb.) Os. 5d. to Os. 8d. Quartern Loaf Os. 9d. to Os. 10d.
Mutton

Os. 6d. to O$. 8d. Potatoes (28 lb.) Os. 6d, to Os. Bd.
Lamb, per quarter 2s. 6d. to 5s. Od. Butter, per lb. 1$. 3d. to 1s. 4d.
Veal
Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Salt ditto,

Is. Ad. to Os. Od.
Pork

Os. 68. to Os. 7d. Ditto, per stone 20s. Od. to Os. Od. Tallow, per stone . 11s. Od. to 159. Od. Eggs, per dozen Ös. 9d. to Os. Od.

HADDINGTON.JULY 2.
Wheat.
Barley.

Oats.
Pease

Beans." 1st......41s. Od. Ist,......32s. Od. Ist....... 225. Od. 1st....... 258. Od. 1st,

.39s. Od. | 2d, ......29s. Od. 28, .19s. Od. | 2d, .. 22s. Od. 2d,......228. Ód. 3d,......378. Od. | 3d, ......26s. Od. 3d, ...... 168. Od. 3d, ......19s. Od. | 3d ..... 195. Od.

Average of Wheat, £1:18: I.

... 255. Od.

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Liverpool, July 3. s./Wheat,

8. d.

8. d. Wheat, Red 60 to 66 Boilers

48 to 52
per 70 lbs.

Pease, for. 36 0 to 38 0 Fine.

68 to 70 Small Beans 42 to 44 English . 11 0 to 11 9 Rice, p.cwt. 18 0 to 22 0 Superfine 72 to 74 Fine ..

44 to 48 Scotch .11 0 to 11 6 Flour, English, White .64 to 68 Tick

• 36 to 40 Welsh ... 0 0 to 0 op.280lb.fine 60 0 to 61 0 Fine . 72 to 74 Fine

. . 42 to 44|Trish 10 0 to 10 9 Seconds. 52 0 to 54 0 Superfine . 76 to 78 Feed Oats . 18 to 21 Dantzic · 11 0 to 11 6 Irishp.240lb. 49 0 to 51 o Foreign ... 56 to 76 Fine .

22 to 25|Wismar . . 11 0 to 11 6 Ameri. p. bl. 10 0 to 42 0 Rye

32 to 34 Poland do. 23 to 25|American. 9 0 to 10 Ol-Sour do. . 34 0 to 36 O Fine ......35 to 38 Fine

27 to 29 Quebec ...90 to 10 o Clover-seed, p. bush. Barley.... 24 to 28 Potato do.

- White

0 to 0 25 to 27| Barley, per 60 libs.

O to 0 ... 30 to 33 Fine

• 28 to 32 English,grind.5 0 to 60 - Red Superfine ...35 to 38 Flour, p, sack 60 to 65 Malting. 60 to 7 o Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Malt, ..... 50 to 56 Seconds . 50 to 60|Irish

• 4 6 to 5 o English 30 0 to 32 0 .. 60 to 63 North Country 50 to 60 Scotch 0 0 to 0 0 Scotch ... 28 0 to 30 O Hog Pease . . 44 to 46 Pollard 20 to 28 Foreign

5 0 to 6 Irish... 260 to 29 0 Maple . 48 to 50 Bran

14 to 15 Malt p.9gls. 90 to 96 Butter, Beef, &c. White . . 42 to 45

Rye, foreign 32 to 36 Butter, per cwt. s.
Oats, per 45 lb.

Belfast 104 to
Seeds, &c. July 2.

0 Eng. new 5 9 to 4

o Newry.

102 to Must. Brown, 20 to

s.Scotch pota. 3 9 to 4 O Waterford,new 98 to 0 Hempseed . 50 to - Welsh 3 9 to 4 o Cork, 3d 86 to

0 -White ... 18 to 0 Linseed, crush. 56 to 65 Irish, 3 6 to 3 8 Pickled, 94 to 0 Tares. 8 to 10 New, for Seed

to - Common . 3 2 to 3 4 Beef, p. tierce 85 to 95 Turnips .... 0 to 0 Ryegrass,

Foreign 30 to 3 4

55 to 63 -New 10 to 16 Clover, Red, .100 to

Beans, pr qr;

Pork, p. brl. 85 to 90 -Yellow

0 - White

105 to English .: 44 0 to 46 0 Hams, dry, 64 to 66 Carraway

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Pease, per quar:

Short middles 66 to 68 New Rapeseed, £40 to £-,

Boiling . 38 0 to 40 o Long

62 to 64 Rapeseed, £ to £

Average Prices of Corn in England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Week

ended 26th June 1819. Wheat, 696. 20–Rye, 469. 3d.-Barley, 39s. 3d.-Oats, 27. 6d.-Beans, 50s. 3d Pease, 49s. 100.

Beer or Big, Os. Od.--Oatmeal, 27s. 4d.

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 the Four

Weeks immediately preceding the 15th June 1819. When, 60s Ild.-Rye, 475. 1d.-Barley, 36s. Od.-Oats, 22s. 5d.-Beans, 40s. 9d. -Pease, 90s. 70.

Beer or Big, 32s. 1d.-Oatmeal, 19s. 2d.

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

OUR report for the month of June will be found rather discouraging to such of our readers as are disposed to cherish the expectation of a favourable change in our climate. The maximum temperature has never approached nearer than eleven degrees and a half to the maximum of June 1818, and eight degrees to that of 1817. The mean temperature has also declined 45 degrees, and is actually a degree lower than that of 1817. The minimum has never been lower than 41}; but in consequence of a clear atmosphere, the ground has been frequently at the freezing point, and vegetation, especially during the last part of the month, has made little progress. The mean of the extreme temperatures differs, from that of 10 morning and evening, only by three tenths of a degree. T'he daily range of the Thermometer is almost exactly the same as June last year. The mean height of the Barometer is nearly the annual average, and the fluctuations have been rather less than usual. Of the rain, about an inch and a half fell on the 20th, and three following days. On the day that the rain began, the Hygrometer stood higher than at any other period during the month ; and the Barometer, which had previously sunk about three tenths, began again to rise, and continued to do so till the rain was over.

The average quantity of moisture, in a hundred cubic inches of air, is somewhat less than June 1818, the one being :21 and the other .23 of a grain. The relative humidity, however, is three degrees greater, owing to the higher temperature of last year. The point of deposition, at 10 A. M. coincides exactly with the mean minimum temperature, and affords another proof of the accuracy of Anderson's Principles of Hygrometry. The temperature of spring water, which, in consequence of the mildness of the winter and spring, had been con siderably higher than during the corresponding months of 1817, has now fallen behind that of last year, being about four degrees lower than at the same period last suinmer, The increase, however, since the month of May, has been considerable.

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