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: MONTHLY REGISTER.
Barley. I Oats. | Pease & Beans.
Average of Wheat, £1 : 8: 2d. per boll.
Tuesday, April 9. Beef (17! oz. per Ib.) Os. 3}d. to Os. 6d. | Quartern Loaf.. Os. 9d. to 8. Od Mutton .. . Os. 4d. to
Potatoes (28 lb.) Os. 8d. to Os. OdVeal . . . . . Os.
Fresh Butter, per lb. ls. 4d. to Od Pork ..... Os.
Salt ditto, per stone 16s. Od. to Od. Lamb, per quarter. 5s.
Ditto, per lb. , . ls. Od. Is. 20. Tallow, per stone . 7s. 6d. 8s. Od. Eggs, per dozen . Os. 6. to Os. Od.
MADDINGTON.--April 12. Wheat. I Barley. I Oats.
Beans. Ist, ....30s. Od. 1st, ....21s. 60. Ist; ...16s. 6d. 1st, ... 13s. 6d. 1st, ... 14s. Od. 2d, ....26s. Od. |2d, ....19s. Od. | 2d,.....158. Od. | 2d, ... Ils. Od. 2d, ... Ils. Od. 3d, .... 24s. Od. | 3d, ....175. Od. | 3d, ....13s. Od. | 3d, ... 9s. Od. 3d, ... 9s. Od.
Average, £1 : 78. 2d. 7-12ths.
Average Prices of Corn in England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Weck
ended April 6. Wheat, 15s. 8d.-Barley, 18s. 100.-Oats, 16s. Id.-Rye, 21s. 1d.-Beans, 21s. 6d. Pease, 22s. 22. London, Corn Exchange, April 4.
Liverpool, April 5. $. d. S. d.
8. d. . d. Wheat, red, new 28 to 34/White ditto , 21 to 23 Wheat, per 70 lb. Amer. p. 196 ID. Fine ditto . . 36 to 42 Ditto, boilers. 24 to 26 Eng. Old 8 6 to 9 6 Sweet, U.S. - 0 to - O Superfine ditto 94 to 48 Small Beans, new 23 to 26 New 5 6 to 8 6 Do. in bond 25 0 to 27 0 Dilto, old, 18 to 57 Ditto, old .. 25 to 29 Foreign ..4 0 to 5 0 Sour do.. 34 0 to 35 0 White, new . 32 to 36 Tick ditto, new 17 to 19|| Waterford 5 to 6 4Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Fine ditto. . 40 to 50 Ditto, old . . 21 to 23|| Limerick 5 0 to 6 4English 21 0 to 95 0 Superfine ditto 54 to 50 Feed oats.. 12 to 15 Drogheda 3 3 to 6 8 Scotch . . 22 0 to 93 0 Ditto, old .. 18 to 64 Fine ditto . . 13 to 17 Dublin 4 9 to 5 4 Irish ... 2 0 to 2 0 Rye . . . . 20
20 to 22 Poland ditto , 15 to 17||Scotch. 6 9 to 9 Bran, p. 24 lb. 10 to 1 0 Barley ... 11 to 17 Fine ditto. . 18 to 20 Trish Old .7 0 to 8 6 Fine ditto. . 18 to 21 Potato ditto - 17 to 21 Barley, per 60 lbs.
9 Butter, Beef, ge. Superfine ditto 22 to 24 Fine ditto. . 22 to 23 Eng.... 3 0 to 3 9 Butter,p.cwt. s. d. S. d. Malt. . . 38 to 45 Scotch . .. 94 to - Scotch .. 3 0 to 3 6Belfast, new 74 0 to 75 0 Fine . . . . 18 to 50 Flour, per sack 45 to 50 Irish .. 2 8 to 3 0 Newry .. 70 0 to 720 Hog Pease . 19 to 20 Ditto, seconds 33 to 42 Oats, per 15 lb.
Waterford. 66 0 to 67 0 Maple ... 21 to 22 North country 35 to 33 Eng. pota. 2 7 to 2 10 Cork,pic. 2d, 72 0 to 76 0
Irish do.. 97 to 28 sd dry 65 0 to 66
Scotch do. 2 8 to 3 Beef, p. tierce.
p. barrel 50 0 to 56 O
8. S. u. Fine . 7 O to 7 G|Pork, p. bl. - 0 to Must. White,. 6 to 10 0 Hempseed31 to 40 0||Beans, per q.
Mess • 48 0 to - Brown, new 10 to 16 o/Linseed, crush. 10 to 44 | English .27 0 to 290 - Middl. . 46 0 to Tares, per bsh. 3 to 4 01- Fine . . 52 to 60 0|Irish . . 23 0 to 26 0 Bacon, p. cwt, Turnips, bsh. 36 to 38 g Rye Grass, • 18 to 35 0 Rapeseed, p. I. £28 to 30 Short mids. 300 to - Red & green28 to 36 oClover, red cwl. 26 to 63 o||Pease.grey 20 0 to 23 0 Sides .. 28 0 to -Yellow, 18 to 24 01- White ... 30 to 60 White . 32 0 to 35 0 Hams, dry, 500 to Caraway, cwt. 65 to 70 o Coriander .. 12 to 16 0||Flour, English,
Green.. 30 O to Canary, per qr. 36 to 38 olTrefoil . ... 5 to 28 Olp.2401b.fine36 0 to 37 0 Lard,rd.p.e. 47 0 to 49
Rape Seed, per last, . £31 to £33. lirish.. 27 O to 31 o Tongue, p.fir. -0 to
Course of Exchange, April. 9.-Amsterdam, 12 : 7. C.F. Ditto at sight, 12 : 4. Rotterdam, 12 : 8. Antwerp, 12:3. Hamburgh, 37: 3. Altona, 37: 4. Paris, 3 d. sight, 25 : 40. Ditto 25 : 70. Bourdeaux, 25: 70. Frankfort on the Maine, 154. Petersburgh, per rble. 9:3. Us. Vienna, 10:10 Eff. fio. Trieste, 10:10 Ef flo. Madrid, 37. Cadiz, 37. Bilboa, 363. Barcelona, 36. Seville, 36}. Gibraltar, 30%. Leghorn, 47%. Genoa, 44. Venice, 27: 60. Malta, 45. Naples, 40. Palermo, 118. Lisbon, 50s. Oporto, 504. Rio Janeiro, 46. Bahia, 51. Dublin, 9) per cent. Cork, 98 per cent.
Prices of Gold and Silver, per 02.-Foreign 'gold, in bars, £3:17: 10d. New Doubloons, £0:0: Od. New Dollars, Os. Od. Silver in bars, stand. 4s. ll}d.
PRICES CURRENT, April 6.---London, 2. SUGAR, Muse.
LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL. I LONDON. B. P. Dry Brown, . cwt. 57 to 60
54 Mid. good, and fine mid.
Fine and very fine, .. 80 Refined Doub. Loaves, . 130
1 45 Powder ditto, ..
110 Single ditto, .
102 Small Lumps, . Large ditto,..
86 Crushed Lumpe, MOLASSES, British, ewt.
eg COFFEE, Jamaica, . cwt. Ord. good, and fine ord. 105
109 115 102 Mid. good, and fine mid. 110
116 150 Dutch Triage and very ord.
105 Ord. good, and fine ord. 120
117 1110 Mid. good, and fine mid. 135
118 128 St Domingo, .. 122
106 Pimento (in Bond,).. SPIRITS,
Jam. Rum, 16 O. P. gall. 28 Od 2s 2d1s 8d is 100 Is 104 2s Od 1311d 2s ld Brandy, . . . 4 3 4 6
3 6 4 2 Geneva, 2 0
i 2 i 7 Grain Whisky, . . WINES,
Claret, 1st Growths, hhd.
9 15 10 10 £10 0 11 0 Honduras, . . . .
10 0 10 15 10 16 11 0 Campeachy, .
10 10 11 0 11 10 19 0 FUSTIC, Jamaica, .
09 10 7 10 9 10 Cuba, ... . . ...
12 15 13 10 8 0 12 0 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, lb. 9s 6d ils 6d
9 6 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot. 1 8 2 2 Ditto Oak, : : : : :
2 9 3 Christiansand (dut. paid.) Honduras Mahogany, i.
11 1 St Domingo, ditto, ..
1 6 1 TAR, American, brl.
15 0 16 0
Home melted, .
Petersburgh, Clean, ..
Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak.
Petersburgh Firsts, cwt.
0 8 10 Sea Island, fine, .
18 1 10 Good, .
1 4 1 6 1 .
1 1 1 Middling, ,
1 2 1 4 1 1 1 Deinerara and Berbice,
1 0 1 1 0 9 11
879 West India,
0 9 011 080 9 Pernambuco,
0 1 1 0113 01111 Maranham,
1 0 1 1 0 1010 1111
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the
Observatory, Calton-hill. N.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, after.
eservation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.
-799 A. 14
.881 A. 14
.557 M.45 INW.
72 M.47 INW.
SM.333 29.746 M.13 1 Frost morn.
29.711 M.45 ) Fair day. Mar. rain even. A. 42
rain night M.33 .81 M.14 |
M.35 .936 M.461 Frost rnorn. PA. 41 sunshine.
.670 A. 45
fair day. M.36 .701 M.45 1
M.3 .728 M.50U Fair day, A. 44
Ditto. .619 A. 17) 19
but duil. M.35 .452 M.14 | Fair foren.
M.3. .692 M.51 l Dull, with 1,39 28.557 A. 45 S. h. rain after.
.592 A. 46
A. 16 .73 A. 47
cold. M.31 .722 M.101 Dull,with h.
M.34 .4071M.51 Us Day fair,cole
sh. hl.& snw.
rain night. M.29
A. 39 .979 A. 51
& snow day. 29.107 M.38w . Fair foren. M.981.99 M.11 )
Snow foren. 128.948 A. 40M rain aftern.
A. 34 129.125 A. 10
fresh aftern. M.35
H. shrs. of
M..9 .521 M.1C) Dull, with
hail & snow
Frost sn. for.
A. 18 .501 A. 49
Dull, but fair .905 M.10lw. Fair & fresh.
M.42 .352 M.50
Dull foren. A. 39 .914 A. 13
A. 35 .492 4. 19) rain after.
Dull, with b.
showers. 1.34 .522 M.18)
H. rain, forn.
A 38 .315 4. 45 ) 1 fair aftern, M.40 .740 M.491 Dull morn.
M.30 30.206M.40|ble. Fair, but sw. A. 46 .550 A. 48 fair day.
.214 A. 44 )
cold. .333 M.50
h. rain after.
ALPHABETICAL List of ExGLISI BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 20th
of Feb. and the 20th of March, 1822, extracted from the London Gazette. Alwin, R. P. Elm-street, Gray's-Inn-lane, brewer. Finch, T. Hammersmith, brewer. Andrade, A. Lancaster, banker.
Froggatt, J. jun. Burslem, druggist. Andrade, A. and T. Wordswick, Lancaster, bank- Glover, É. Hardshaw within Windie, Lancaster, ers.
shopkeeper. Ansell, J. Filkins, Oxfordshire, miller.
Griffiths, 11. Swansea, linen-draper. Armstrong, J. Reading, linen-draper.
Handford, W. Tavistock, Devonshire, linera. Atkinson, T. Manchester, shopkeeper.
per. Atkins, J. Hainstall Redware, Staffordshire, miller Harbin, T. H. Mainhead, Devonshire, tailor. Avison, J. Aldwick, Yorkshire, butter-factor. Hardy, M. and J. Dale, Manchester, warehouseBishop, J. Cheltenham, tailor and draper.
men. Blyth, G. W. and F. Birminghain, merchants. Hargraves, J. Liverpool, miller. Brewer, S. Alderton, Suffolk, coal-merchant. Hedley, J. and T. F. Will, Sunderland, ship-ownBoucher, C. Cheltenham, cabinet-maker.
ers. Brett, W. Stone, Stafford, grocer.
Hembrey, M. Lambeth-road, victualler. Burton, G. Nottingley, Yorkshire, vessel-builder. Herbert, E. T. Fetter-lane, oilman. Button, w. Bicester, Oxford, innkeeper.
Herbert, P. late Master of the E. I. ship Thalia, Butler, P. Little Bolton, Lancaster, manufacturer. merchant. Byrne, P. H. Bucklersbury, Manchester, ware Herbert, R. and W. Buckmaster, St Mary Ase housemao.
and Ware, merchants. Cater, S. Rattlesden, Suffolk, grocer.
Hornblower, W. Brierly-hill Iron-works, StaffordChild, J. Aldermanbury, hosier.
shire, iron-masters. Chittenden, E. Ashford, Kent, ironmonger.
Hort, J. Great St Helens, coal-merchant. Clough, R. Sharples, Lancashire, calico-printer. Hoyle, T. and J. Lord, Whalley, Lancashire, ca. Colley, B. Posenhall, Shropshire, farmer.
Lico-printers. Congdon, T. Torquay, Devonshire, merchant. Joseph, A. Magdalen-row, Goodman's Ficlds, merCopland, w. Holt, Norfolk, miller.
chant. Copley, B. and W. Hirst, Doncaster, iron-founders. Judd, G. Farringdon, cordwainer. Cossart, J. I. and P. Clement's-lane, wine-mer. Kecne, W.C. Mary-Ic-bone-lane, farrier. chants.
Kenyon, T. Brestwich, Lancashire, flour-dealer. Cotton, W. Castle Donington, Leicestershire, ba- Ketcher, N. Bradwell, Essex, shopkeeper..
Kirkland, I. and Badenoch, 1. Coventry, ribbonDark, S. W. Red Lion-square, picture-dealer.
manufacturers. D'Almaine, G. Chandos-street, Covent Garden, Knight, J. Halifax, merchant. embroiderer.
Larbalèstier, J. Angel-court, Throgmorton-street, Day, H. and R. Holmes, Tottenham-court-road, wine-merchant. línen-drapers.
Lea, P. H. Prior-place, East-lane, Walworth, goDavidson, W. Philpot-lane, merchant.
cer. Dove, F. Berkeley-square, auctioneer.
Ledden, W. Liverpool, merchant. Edwards, G. H. Craven-street, wine-merchant. Leppingwell, K. Croydon, linen-drapers. Earle, W. Church-street, Rotherhithe, victualler, Lewis, P. R. Bath-place, New-road, fringe-manue Early, W. Winchester, grocer.
facturers. Failes, J. Upwell, Norfolk, fariner.
Lightfoot, I. Eccleston, Lancashire, miller. Field, s. Richmond, wine-inerchant.
Lord, J. J. Plymouth, spirit-seller.
Simkisi. North-stre Liverpool, pag
Maddock, R. and Sweed, J. Rosemary-lane, tim- Russell, J. Rochester, winc-merchant, ber-merchants.
Saintry, T. Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, dealer. Mann, G. and J. Chapel-street, Edgeware-road, Salter, T. Geist, Norfolk, farmei. tricklayers.
Savage, J. Broadway, Worcestershire, pig-dealer. Maydew, T. Colbridge, Staffordshire, blue-manu Searth, W. Morley, York, merchant. facturer.
Scandrett, W. Worcester, glover. May, W. Newgate-strect, victualler.
Scott, W. jun. Norwich, confectioner. Maullin, T. Dudley, Worcestershire, nail-iron Sherwin, W. T. Paternoster-row, bookseller. monger.
Simkins, I. Storo-street, Beiford-square, tailor. Miller, R. Minchinhampton, Gloucester, banker. Smith, J. North-street, Westininster, tailor. Milthorp, I. Poole, Yorkshire, maltster.
Sowerby, P. and P. Liverpool, provision-incrchts. Moorson, W. Scarborough, banker.
Squire, L. Earith, Huntingdon, tanner. Morton, T. Nottingham, lace-marufacturer. Stcel, J. Emscott, Warwick, timber-ine:chant. Mounsher, J. Leonard-street, Finsbury-square, Stevens, W. Northumberland-street, Strand, bamerchant.
ker. Miller, C. Abchurch-lane, inerchant.
Stevens, D. G. Ilarlow, Essex, linen-iraper. Otley, G. New Bond-street, tailor.
Swift, J. and T. Iluddersfield, merchants. Parker, T. Carincot Mill, Somerset, mealman. Taylor, W. Great Yarınouth, surgeon. Parsons, J. Swatham, Norfolk, linen-craper. Thomas, R. S. Hanbury, Worcestershire, tanner. Pearson, J. Manchester, joiner.
Thomlinson, J. and Jos. High Hesket, CuinberPetitierre, L. and E. South-street, Finsbury, land, innkeeper. merchants.
Thoinpson, J. South Shields, shin-owner. Pitts, T. and Collison, T. Beverley, York, wool Tickell, T. West Bromwich, Stafford, iron-master. len-drapers.
Traer, W. Exeter, factor. Poole, R. Leeds, grocer.
Tucker, J. H. Jerzyn-street, chemist. Pottes, B. Charlton-row, Manchester, cotton-spin Turton, W. West Bromwich, Stafford, coal and ner.
iron-naster. Rainc, W. Padstow, mercer.
Vall, W. jun. Brookworth, Gloucestershire, cornReed, W. Little Queen-street, oilman.
Wooclourn, J. Birmingham, provision-merchant. Rose, M. Berry Hills, Leicestor, farmer.
Woolcock, J. Truro, draper. Ross, J. Charlton-strect, Somers towa, baker.
Rose, M. Berry F
ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the Ist and
30th March, 1822, extracted from the Edinburghi Gazettc. Brown, Hugh, merchant and coal-master in Salt- Coats, John, manufacturer of muslins, Glasgow; coats.
a final dividend after 3d May. Brown, Wm. of Lawhill, merchant in Saltcoats. Craig, Robert, the Company concern of, millors Brash, James, iron-monger in Edinburgh.
and grain-dealers in Partick; a dividend on 7th Drysdale, John, grocer in Glasgow.
May. Ferguson, Peter, jun. later in Glasgow.
Ferguson, James, banker and writer in Stewarton; Gardiner, William, spirit-merchant in Glasgow. a second dividend on the 20th April, to be paid Hill and Pattison, spirit-dealers in Glasgow; and in John Shaw's, vintner, Stewartou. Neil Hill, spirit-denler there.
Hunter, Burt, and Marshall, late calien-printers Mitchel, Win. grocer and spirit-lealer in Maybole. at Cromwell Park, near Perth; a dividend af M Alpine, James, general merchant and trader at ter 16th April. Corpach, near Fort-William.
M'Farquhar, Campbell, and Co. Inerchants in Macarthur, George, grocer in Glasgow.
Glasgow; a dividend after 17th April. M Lean, A. of Mark, cattie-dealer and grazier. MʻIntosh, Arthur, bookseller in Inverness; the M'Queen, Lachlan and Donald, cattle-dealers at first clividend on the 15th April to the crediDrumournie.
tors who have not already received it, but no Sorley, Jolun, jun. iron-monger in Glasgow.
second dividend. Wilson, Richard, merchant and grain-dealer in Saunders, James, printer and writer, Dundee; a Glasgow.
dividen: after 13th April. Wood, William, sen. ship-owner and trader in Wothersoon, David, sometime merchant in Limekilns.
Perth; a second and final dividend after 2d DIVIDENDS. Braidwood, Frencis, tacksman of Collalo quarry, Young and Gordon, drapers and merchants in
and stone-merchant, residing in Edinburgh; a Dundee; a first dividend after 27th April. second dividend after 16th April.
APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c. Brevet Lt. Col. W. Count Linsingen, Col, on 17. Lt. Blake, from h. p. 57 F. Paym. vice Continent of Europe 28 Feb. 1822.
14 Feb. 12 L. Dr. Cornet and Adj. Sidley, rank of Lieut. 2
Nunn, Adj. vice Hunt res. Adj. 21 do. only
21 do. J. G. Evered, Cornet by purch. vice 1 W. W. Barrow, Ens. vice Loraine, dead Daubuz, 10 Dr. 14 do.
28 do. Lieut. Vandeleur, Capt. by purch. vice
Hosp. Assist. Parry Assist. Surg. vico
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9 Jan. Lt. Hon. G. R. Abercromby, from 3d
Lt. O'Dell, Capt.
do. Dr. G. Capt. by purch. vice Erskine,
Ens. IV yatt, Lt.
R. Kelly, Ens. by purch. vice Le Mar13. Assist. Surg. Shean, from 34 F. Assist.
7 Mar. Surg. vice M'Gregor, dead 28 Feb.
Lt. Urquhart, from h. p. Rifle Brig. Lt. Gren. G. W. o. Stanley, Ens. and Lt. by purch.
vice Sutherland, S . 21 Feb. vice Tinling, prom.
Kyle, Capt. by purch. vice Brooks, Lt. and Capt. Thornton, Capt. and Lt.
do. ('ol. by purch. vice Hodge, ret. do.
Capt. Barclay, Maj. Dy
Col. Ross, ret.
7 Mar. purch.
Lt. Hill, Capt by purch.
Ens. Browne, Lt, by purch. do. and Lt. by purch.
R. Gibson, En, by purch.