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Derey, J. Wolverhampton, factor, Nov. 27. rell, W. Shields, W. Boulton, and w. B. Deighton, T. Davies-street, Berkely-square, Stokes, Durham, bankers, Dee. 6. saddler, Nov. 29.

Malcolm, W. Great St. Helens, merchant, Nr. Dods, R. High-street, Southwark, linen-draper, 29. Nov, 20.

Newham, M. Palkingham, Lincolnshire,carpenEdwards, D. Gloacester, grocer, &c. Nov. 22. ter, Dec. 2 Elliott, Ċ St. Thomas a'Beckett-in-the-Cliffe, Oldfield, J. Edgeware-road, coach-maker, Nor, Sussex, grocer, Dec. 1.

25. Frost, J. Derby, saddler, &c. Nov. 21.

Plimpton, W. Lower Thames-street, seedimas, Fisher, J. Lancaster, soap-manufacturer, Nov. Nov. 11. 11.

Pullan, R. Leeds, Yorkshire, merbhant and Fearnley, c. Crutched friars, wine-merchant, dyer, Nov. 15. Nov. Il.

Phillips, J. Wallingford, Berks, carpenter, Net. French, G.Whitechapel-road, provision-agent, 24. Nov. 8.

Petitpierre, F. and E, and H. Balapebeasy, Freethy, T. Acton, baker, Nov. 29.

South-street, Finsbury • square, mercbants, Farrer, R. Bread-street, Cheapside, warehouse Nov, 22. man, Nov, 29.

Pothonier, F. Corporation - row, Clerkenwell, Fell, W. Workington, Cumberland, broker, Dec. distiller, Nov. 22. 6.

Park, J. Tower Royal, merchant, Dec. 6. Fulton, E. Earl-street, Blaekfriars, coal-mer. Pulsford, H. Berkeley-street, Piccadilly, wine chant, Dec. 6.

merebant, Nov. 29. Gray, T. T. Wardour-street, Sobo, coal-dealer, Pulleyn, G. York, linen-draper, Dec. 15. Nov, 25.

Parkin, T. and T. Scobeil, Broad street, merGroning, R. Broad-street-buildings, merchant, chants, Dec. 9. Nov. 18.

Parker, J. Birchin-lane, merebant, Dec. 6. Gardiner, G. St. John-street, ironmonger, Nov. Road, W. Oxford, grocer, Nov. 14. 22.

Russell, J. Rochester, wine-merebant, Nov. 15. Grafton, J. Stroud, Gloucestershire, Nov, 25. Richardson, T. Iron Acton, Gloucestershire, Qayner, W. Bristol, dealer, &c. Nov. 29.

tanner, Nov. 29. Giblett, New Bond-street, butcher, Nov, 29. Ruiker, S. Broad-street, merchant, Dec, 6. Garton, S. Wood-street, Cheapside, Dec. 6. Reid, A. Pimlico, carpenter, Dec. 6. Grindlestone, M. Norwich, baker, Dec. 6, Street, 1. F. and w. Bucklersbury, statiszers, Herbert, W.jun. Goldsmith-street, Wood-street, Nov. 15. and Coventry, Nov. 11.

Seager, S. P. Maidstone, dealer, Nor. 29. Mobbs, T. Westminster-road, vietunler, Nov. Shackle, J. Milk-street, Cheapside,bosier, Nes. 15.

22. Harding, T. jun. Helstone, Cornwall, grocer, Simpson, R.Crown-court, Threadneedle-street, Nov. 18.

Nov. 25. Hamelin, P. Belmont-place, Vauxhall, plasterer, Stabb, T. J.Preston, and T. Prowse, St Jedi's, Nov. 22.

Newfoundland, merchants, Nov. 22 Holt, T. Amold, Nottinghamshire, dealer, &c. Spence, J. Proridenee-row, Hackney, Derebant, Nov. 25.

Nov. 18. Handscomb, J. H. Newport-Pagnell, lace-mer Slade, W. Leeds, coal-merchant, Nov.2. chant, Nov. 15

Slater, A. Cuddington, Cheshire, corn-dealer, Hattield, Abingdon-row, Goswell-street Nov. 29. road, Nov. 15.

Smith, R.Humburton, Yorkshire, dealer, Dec. ? Hardy, M. and J. Dale, Manchester, Nov. 26. Simpson, R. Watling - street, warebousemas, Howse, P. Park-street, Hanover-square, dealer, Nov, 29. Nov. 29.

Stock, G. Asbweek, Somersetshire, farnet, Hannum, E. Crown-court, Threadneedle-street Dec. 4. insurance-broker, Nov. 29.

Scerdet, J. M. and J. L. Austinfriars, merHenzell, E. W. White Lion Wharf, Upper chants, Nov. 29. Thames-street, Nov. 29,

Stuart, J. Bishopsgate, saddler, Dec. 9. Hasdon,

L. and J. K. Hendy, Welbeck-street, Taylor, H. and B. Manchester, and Blackley, Cavendish-square, Nov. 29.

Lancashire, Nov. 12. Hollis, J. P. Boling brooke-row, Newington, Turner, T. Saundridge, Herts, timber-merchant, Nov. 29.

Nov. 15. Hemming, J. Upton, Oxon, dealer, Dec. 8. Taylor, T. Leadenball-street, master-mariner, Hesse, G. A. Church-row, Fenchurch-street, Nov. 22. Dec. 16.

Trail, A. Hapover-street, Hanover-square, bootHamilton, R. Liverpool, merchant, Dec. 4.

maker, Nov. 22. Horton, W. Yardley, Worcestershire, timber. Trowland, R. J. Cupers-bridge, Surrey, Nov. 29 merchant, Dec. 6.

Tuck, J. L. Haymarket, jeweller, Nev. e.. Izod, W. Redditch, Worcestershire, draper, Dec. Tate, W. Cateaton-street, bookseller, Nor. II. 10.

Tupling, B. Strand, jeweller, Nov, 29. Johnson, H. Waldron, Sussex, tanner, Dec. 1. Turney, J. Ledgebrook, Lincolnshire, and W. Knowles, G. Brighthelmstone, Sussex, Oct. 25. Bates, Halifax, merchants, Dec. 10. Langhorn, H. and W. Bailsford, Bucklersbury, Turley, P. East Grinstead, Sussex, farmer, merchants, Nov. 22.

Dee. 6. Lovegrove, J. Cranham, Gloucestershire, tim Turner, G. Liverpool, merchant, Dec. 4. ber-dealer, Nov. 25 and Dec. 12.

Upperton, R. Petworth, Sussex, banker, Dee 1. Lexingham, T. Worcester, hosier, Dec. 8. Vere, C. Cloth Fair, woollen-draper, Dec. 6. Lloyd, W. and W. Lower Thames-street, slop Wells, W. Brightwell, Berks, fariner, Nov. 24. sellers, Dec. 6.

Whitehead, H. Bury, Lancashire, druggist, Lamb, J. Birmingham, saddler's ironmonger, Nov, 19. Dec. 8.

White, W. B. Strand, draper, Nov. 15. Lancaster, J. Wbittey, Lower Yorkshire, Dec. Wigglesworth, P, Church-street, Shoredith, 16.

grocer, Nov. 13, Lepping well, K. Croydon, linen-draper, Dec. 6. Wilkinson, T. and J. Wighton, Cateaton-street, Lee, w. Charles-street, Covent garden, Dec. 6. Nov. 22. Lubbren, F. M. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Dec. 2. Weeteb, S. George-streat, Commercial-road, Minchin, T. A. Portsmouth, banker, Nov. 18. draper, Nov. 22 Massie, J, Derby, mercer, Nov, 21.

Wace, R. Castle-street, Falcon-square, mer Mayor, c. Somerset-street, Portman-square, chant, Nov, 22. Nov. 22.

Wilks, R. Chancery-lane, printer, Dec. 6. Marshall, W. Regent-st. Westminster, Nov. 22. Welsford, J. P. Union-court, underwriter, Dec. Murray, W. Pall-mall-court, Pall-mall, Nov. 29. 6. Mowbray, A., G. L. Hollingsworth, J. Wethe Webster, J. Tower-street, merchant, Dec. 2

BIRTHS.

SONS. The Lady of T. B. Batard, csq. of Upper Gower The Lady of Sir J.H. English, at Warley-house, .treet

Essex The Lady of T. G. Creker, esq. at Cross-cottage, The Lady of H.J. Montefiore.esq. Gower-street, Bovey-'Tracey, Devon.

Bedford-square The Lady of V. G. Dowling, Queen-square, The Lady of the Right Hon. R. Peel, in StanBloomsbury

hope-street The Lady of Sir R. Graham, bart. Grosvenor The Lady of R. J. Powell, esq. at Hinton-court, place, Camberwell

near Hereford.

DAUGHTERS. The Lady of Philip Cazemore, esq., of Hornsey The Lady of James Renshaw, esq. at WestThe Lady of Edmund Elkins, esq, of Guildford bourne lodge The Lady of Joseph Hume, esg.M.P. of York The Lady of W. Saltwell, esq., of North-cresplace

cent, Bedford-square The lady of Phil. J. Meyer, esq. of Delancey The Lady of the Rev. Edward Smyth, at Bourneplace

house, in Kent The Lady of J. Merivale, esq. of Woburn-place

MARRIAGES. At Ashbury, Mr.John Axford, of Fleet-street, of Cliffe, Kent, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of to Sarah, second daughter of Mr. Wm. Brown, Benjamin Spurrell, esq. of Chelsea. of Kingston, ner Farringdon,

Berks.

Ai St. Margaret's, Westminster, John, youngAt Lambeth Church, Mr. Charles Adency, of est son of Thomas Jervis, of Old Palace-yard, the Strand, to Mrs. Jane Turpin, relict of the esq., one of his Majesty's Council, to Catbảrine late Mr. Geo. Turpin, of the Commercial-road. Jane, second daughter of Alexander Mundell,

At Twickenham, Edward Hall Alderson, of of Parliament-street, esq. the Inner Temple, esq. to Miss Drewe, daughter At St. George's Church, Hanover square, of the late Rev. Edward Drewe, of Broadhem George Marsh Linthorne, yf Poole, Dorset, to bury, Devonshire.

Maria (of Belgrave-house, Grosvenor-place,) At Brighton Church, the Rev. Edward Robt. youngest daughter of the late W. Clarke, ese, Butcher, Doctor of Laws, Minister of the Chapel law-bookseller, Portugal-street, Lincoln's-ion.' Royal at Brighton, to Caroline Jackson, the At Kensington, Robert Mitchell, jun. esq. niece of Randle Jackson, erg. of North Brixton, eldest son of Robert Mitchell, esq., of the island Surrey, and of the Middle Temple, Barrister at of Tobago, to Fanny, youngest daugbter of John Law.

Madden, eaq., of Brompton. At Lewes, Mr. F. Barron, jun., of the Strand, At St. Pancras New Church, John Charles to Isabella, only daughter of John Jackson, esq. Mason, of Camden-street, Camden-town, esq., of Leadenhall-street.

to Jane Augusta, second daughter of James At Islington, Mr. James Burton, surgeon, of Ensor, esg. of Austin-friars, in the city of LonManchester, to Mjes Williams, daughter of Mr. don, merchant. Jobn Williams, of Cornwall place, Holloway.

At Ordsall, Mr. Nerill Merchant, oid BroadAt St. Mary's, Lambeth, Samuel Brown, esq. street, to Miss Morton, of the Whitehouses, of Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury, to Am eldest danghter of the late Rev. Richard Morton, Pearce, third daughter of the late James Hors vicar of East Retford, Notts. fall, esq. F.R.S. of the Middle Temple.

At Yarıouth, Norfolk, Francis Palgrave, At Mary-le-bone Church, William Richard esq., of the Inner Temple, to Elizabeth, daughter Cosway, esq. to Elizabeth Harvie, youngest of Dawson Turner, esq., of Yarmouth. daughter of Simon Halliday, esq. of Lower At Hemel Hempsted, Herts., Ropert Playfair, Berkeley-street, Portman-square.

esq., nephew of the late Professor Playfair, to At St. George's, Bloomsbury, H. N. Daniel, Miss E. White, youngest daughter of the late esq. of the Royal Artillery, to Margaretta Lucy, J. White, esq. of Devonshire-place. only daughter of Sir Ludford Harvey, of Bed. At Kensington Church, the Rev. Thomas ford-place.

Rennell, vicar of Kensington, to Frances HenAt Reading, the Rev. Philip Filleul, Rector rietta, eldest daughter of the late Joseph Delaof St. Brelade's, and lecturer of St. Aubin's, field, esq., of Camden-hill. Jersey, to Catherine Elizabeth Blanch, fourth At St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Mr. Thomas daughter; and the Rev. Peter French, of Read. Smith, of Milk-street, Cheapside, to Harriet, ing, to Penelope Arabella, youngest daughter of third daughter of the late Samuel Wells, esq., Dr. Valpy, of Reading.

of Walworth. At St. Luke's, Chelsea, Henry P. Hulme, esq.,

DEATHS. William Archer, esq. at his residence, Ou At his house, at Stoke, near Guildford, John jounet, near Rolle, in Switzerland.-At Choak. Creuze, esą, in the 87th year of his age. ham-house, Arminster, Devon, James Alex. At Edinburgh, Mrs. Annabella Stuart Dou. ander, esg., formerly of New Inn, London, 65. glas, widow of the late Rev. George Douglas, -Joseph Atherton, ihe second sun of Mr. Ather. of Tain, in the county of Ross, N. B.-At Penton, of Calne, Wilts, 24.-At Paris, Sarah, the tonville, after a long and painful illness, Mary wife of Robert Ashby,50.-At Aldersgate-street, Ain, wife of Tinmouth Dixon, esq. of New Bos. Joseph Aldridge, esg., timber-merchant.

well-court, Cary.street. King's-road, Chelsea, Mrs. Barber, 61.--At At his seat, Thrumpton, Nottinghamshire, St. Pancras, Mary, the relict of George Bagster, John Emmerton Wescomb Eimerton, csq. in esq. late of St. Pancras, formerly of Beaufort the 88th year of his age. buildings, 86.--In Great Rassell-street, Mıs. At Denham, Bucks, in the 60th year of his Ann Blanchard, widow of the late Caleb Blan. age, Mr. Edward Fountain, sen. chard, esq. mercbant. - At his house, Speen-hill In his 720 year, Mr. Charles Gray, many years Berks, aiter a short illness, W. Brinton, esq. a clerk in the banking-house of Sir Jas. Esdaile formerly of Antigua, 71.

and Co. and much respected by the tirm.

EAST INDIA SHIPPING LIST..Season, 1823, 1824.

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Macqueen
1332 John Campbell Dames Walker

A. Pitcairn F. Macqueen A. Macrae J.S. Anderson
Berwickshire Beng. & China 1332 S. Marjoribanks 5. Shepherd H. L. Thomas E. Madan T. M. Storr R. Chant T. Davidson J. W. Robe
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1330 W.E. Ferrers EM. Daniell

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4 Duke of York...

1327 S. Marjoribanks A, H. Campbellw. Pitman John D. Orr T. Shepherd G. Ireland W. Lang W. Dallas 1823 1894
Castle Huntly.. Bomb.& China 1200 J. H. Gledatanes H.A.Drummon T. Dunkin S. V. Wood G. C. Kennedy W. Harrod J. Campbell H. Wright 18Nov 8 Jan.
Thomas Coutts..

1334 S. Marjoribanks A. Chrystie W.Drayner A. Vincent Henry Burn Elphinstone J. Beveridge W. Maltman
General Harris . coolen & China

St. Hele. Ben-1

1200 James Sims G. Welstead J.C. Whiteman S. Newdick J.M. Williams J. C. Milward T. Colledge w. Dickenson
Canning
1320(Company's ship) W. Patterson

R. Simmons
Earl of Balcarrass}Beng.& China 1417 Company's ship P. Cameron T. Smith

Henry Arnot J. L. Wardell
Sir David Scott.
1342 Joseph Hare Wm. Hunter

N. Grant J. Hodson

17 Dec. 5 Feb.
London......
St. Hel. Bomb 1332 (Company's ship) J. B. Sotheby B. Broughton

D. Mackenzie J. Herbert
and China,
4 Dunira ....
1325 George Palmer M. Hamilton John Shute N. de St. Croix

J. Ricketts A. Kedslie S.H. Ayres
6 Marquis Camden
Bomb.& China 1200 H. Morse Samson Thos, Larkins W. Morgan Gilson R. Fox

T. Collingwood

31 Dec. 20 Feb. 6 Lady Melvillie..

1200 Sir Rt. Wigram R. Clifford R. Clifford
Madr. & China 1348 Joseph Hare

W.Clifford
2 William Fairlie
K. Smith W. Pascoe

W. Lorimer
4 Orwell
|1335 Matthew Isacke W. E. Farrer
- J. Gisborne

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China.

1279 J. Mac Taggart J.S. H. Fraser 9 Princess Amelia. 1275 Robert Williams Thos. Williams

Barron Milne 8 Astel

871 S. Marjoribanks
R. H. Rhind Henry Cole

W. Hamilton
7 Asia...
Two ships for 958 Henry Bonham TF.Balderston

-J. Gardner
Rose
Madras and 955 S. Donaldson T. Marquis J.O. M'Taggart John Sprott

A. Stirling J. Milroy
Marchioness Ely Bengal ; the 952 Octavius Wigram Brook Kay

W. Millett Prince Regent others to Ben- 953 Henry Bonham Henry Hosmer James S. Biles

E. 'Turner 5 General Hewitt... gal,

894 (Company's ship) T. W. Barrow

From OCTOBER 28, to NOVEMBER 27, 1823.
By T. BLUNT, Mathematical Instrument Maker to his Majesty, No. 22, CORNHILL.

Bar. Ther. Mind. Obser. Bar. Ther. Wind, Obser. Bar. Ther. Wind. Obser. 29 29.79 45 S.E. Fair 8 30-09 51 E. Fair 1930-14 46 N. Ditto 29 29-61 44 S.E. Ditto 9 30-25 52 E. Shwy 20/29.97 48 E. Ditto 30 29.24 52 6.W. Ditto 10 30-44 45 N.E, Ditto 2130-12 49 S.E. Ditto 31 28-96)

43
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2229-92 48 S.W. Ditto 129-64

44 E. Rain 112 30-39 43 E. Ditto 23/29.96 49 S.W. Ditto 2 29-87 42 N.E. Shwy 13 30-35 39 S.W. Ditto 24/29.98 48 S.W. Ditto 3 29.95

N. Fair 14 30-25 32 S.W. Ditto 25/30-15 49 S.W. Ditto 4 29.81 36 S.W. Ditto 15 30 19 35 S.W. Ditto 5 29.59 35 S.W. Ditto | 16 30-34 35 S.W. Ditto 629-85 44 S. Ditto 17 30-29 48 N. Ditto 7 29.88 50 E. Shwy ||18 30 34 46 N. Ditto

PRICE OF SHARES IN CANALS, DOCKS, BRIDGES, WATER-WORKS, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES, INSTITUTIONS, MINES, &c.

NOVEMBER 19, 1823.

Div. per

Per Div. Ann.

Share. Iper Ann. £. s. d. Bridges.

£. £.s, d. 5 Southwark

18 12 Ditto, New

60 1 10 12 10 Ditto, Loan

100

5 5 Vauxhall

29 5 Waterloo

5 Water-works. 8

Chelsea 44 East London.

125

5 14 Grand Junction.

64 10 2 10 Kent ...:

36 1 10 6 London Bridge

58 2 10 3

South London
West Middlesex.

68 2 10 58 York Buildings

30 1 10 20

Insurances. lo Albion

51 2 10 Atlas

6

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575 40 Birmingham Fire

350 25 8 British

50 County

43 .2 10 1 Eagle.

3

5 12 European

20 14 Globe

165 4 Guardian

16 170 Hope

4 15

6 12 Imperial Fire.

126 8 10 Ditto, Life.

11 10

8 2 10 Kent Fire..

71 2 10 13 London Pire

15 12 London Ship 32 Provident..

20 Rock..

2 18 Royal Exchange

10 3 Sun Fire..

8 10 9 10 Sun Life..

23 10 10 7 Union

40 10 18 9

Gas Lights. 5 15 Gas Lightand Coke (Chart 40 Company

75 10 10 City Gas Light Company.

128 6 16 Ditto, New

73 3 12 30 South London

148 7 10 10 Imperial..

42
Literary Institutions.
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30
Russel

9 75 5 bon. Surrey

Miscellaneous. 11 Auction Mart...

24 10 10 British Copper Company.

28 Golden Lane Brewery.

8 Ditto..

5 10 ondon Com.Sale Rooms 16 5 10

Carnatic Stock 1st class. 957 8 Ditto,

814 3 10

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£. s. Ashton and Oldham

140 Barnesley

210 Birmingham (divided; 315 Bolton and Bury

112
Brecknock and Abergav. 100
Carlisle..
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120 Coventry

1100 Cromford.

270 Croydon..

3 3 Derby

140 Dudley..

60 Ellesmere and Chester 63 Erewash..

1000 Forth and Clyde

480 Grand Junction

265 Grand Susrey

49 Grand Union

19 Grand Western..

5 Grantham

160 Hereford and Gloucester.. 60 Lancaster....

27 10 Leeds and Liverpool

380 Leicester.

330 Leicester & Northampton 80 Loughborough

14100 Melton Mowbray.

240 Monmouthshire

175 Montgomeryshire

71 Neath.

330 Nottingham...........

240 Oxford

750 Portsmouth and Arundel 25 'Regent's..

40 10 Rochdale

93 Shrewsbury

170 Shropshire

125 Somerset Coal.,

135 Ditto, Lock Fund

12 10 Staffords.& Worcestershire 800 Stourbridge

212 Stratford-on-Avon

20 Stroudwater

550 Swansea

195 Tavistock

150 l'hames and Medway

22 Thames and Severn, New 27 Trent & Mersey

2150 Warwick and Birmingh. {1} 240 Warwick and Napton-... 215 Worcester & Birmingham 36 10

Docks. London

118 West India

220 East India

145 Commercial

81 10 East Country

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12
Austrian Bonds

'In London Esc. Ditto ..., at sight 12 Chilian Bonds

1733 4 Rotterdam

12 7

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12 6 Columbian Bonds Hamburgh 37 10 Ditto, for the Acct.

57; 73 6331 Altona..

11 Danish Bonds

1911 903 91 Paris,

3 days sight 25 70 Do. Marks Banco Ditto...

3 months. 25. 90 Neapolitan Bonds Bourdeaux

25 90 Do. for the Acct. Frankfort on the main 157

Peruvian Scrip. Petersburgh, 3 Us per rble.. .81

Poyas Bonds. Berlin cur. dolls.

7 JO Prussian Bonds Vienna, effectise 2 m. Flor. 10 14 Do... 1822.

861 Trieste...... ditto

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Do. for the Acct. Madrid

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Russian Bonds ........ Cadiz

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Do. for the Acct. 8331
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Spanish 5 per Ct. Cop-

35310 Barcelona

35% Seville.

Do, for the Acct.

3561 Malaga

Do. 170 and 255 Bonds 378 Gibraltar

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Do. 85. Do...... 40 Leghorn

Spanish 5 per cent. 291 si 9) Genoa

431

Consols, 1923.. Venice, Italian Liv.

28 10 Do. for the Acct. Malta

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French Reats....
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23 24 pm. Palermo,

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Russian Inscription Oporto..

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