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Cayenne.
1 10 0 0 0

PITCH, per cwt.
Demrara & Berbice I 104 0 2 2 Foreign

0 9 11
Surinam. ..0 111 0 2 1 RICE, per cwt.
Barbadoes... 0

i oto 1 101 Carolina. .2 3 6..24 Com. West India 0 1 7 0 1 93 Brazil..

110 0..1 14 0
Bourbon..
2 31 0 2 11

East India.. 1 6 0..1 15 0
Bengal.. .0 0 1 0 1 1 ROSIN, cwt
Surat...

..0 i 31 0 1 7 English.. ..0 8 6..0 94 ELEPHANT's TEETH.

American.........0 8 0..0 9 0
l's per cwt... .i 90..01 1 0 RUM, per gallon
2's ditto.
I 8 0..] 9 0

Jamaica low O.P. O 0
Scrivelloes.. .0 15 0..1 5 0

Leeward common 0 2 8..0 0 0 FLAX, per ton

SHUMAC, cwt.
Riga,...
82 0..84 0 Sicily.

1 0 0..1 2 6 Petersburgh 12hd 3 12 o 3 14 0 STAVES FLAX-SEED per hhd.

white oak pipe .1 8 0..1 12 0 American... 6 0 0..0 0 0

red oak hhd.....0 8 0.0 9 0 Canada per bush. 0 10 0..0 10 6 SUGAR, .cwt. FUSTIC, per ton

Muscovado Brit. P.
Jamaica.
13 0 0 14 0 0

Dabs & moist brn 3 8 0..3 14 0
Porto Rico.... 8 0 0 11 0 0

Dry Brown.. 3 14 0..3 19 0 Cuba. .16 0 0 17 0 0

Middling.. .4 0 0..4 40 Brazil. .8 0 0 10 0 0

Good middling. 4 5 0..4 8 0 Zante... ..0' 0 0 0 0 0

Very fine. .4 12 0..4 16 0 GINGER, per cwt.

Havanna, in bond
Barbadoes
.......4 0 0..4 5 0 Brown...

8

0..2 10 0 Jamaica.. ..3 15 0..7 0 0

Yellow..

.2 11 0..2 16 0 HEMP, per ton

White

.3 2 0..3 12 0 Riga Rhine.....54 0 0 55 0 0 Brazil, brown, bond 2 0..2 8 0 Petersburg clean 52 053 0 0

Yellow

2 9 0..2 11

0 HIDES, per lb.

White... ..2 13 0..3 5 0
West India, dry..0 0 41.00 6 East-India, in bond
Buenos Ayres, dryo 06..0 0 9

Brown.

I 14 0..2 0 0 Brazil, dry .......0 0 63.0 0 85 Yellow

.2 3 0..2 100 LIG. VITÆ,per ton..7 0 0..10 0 0

White....

2 12 0..3 0 0 LOGWOOD, Camp..10 0 0 10 10 0 Molasses, per cwt. Jamaica

.........95 0..9 10 0 West India B.P... 5 0..2 30 Hondura s..... .90 0..9 5 0 TALLOW, per cwt. MAHOGANY, per foot

Brazil..

4 1

0.0 0 0 Honduras.......

0 011.. 1 2 Petersburgh, Y.C.4 0 0..0 0 0 St Domingo.... 0 1 4.,0 2 2

Soap 3 16 0..0 0 0 Cuba.

0 1 3..0 1 6 Archangel Soap..3 18 0 OILS, per 252 gallons

TAR, per barrel Cod..

45 0 0 4 0 0 American, comm. 0 19 0..0 19 6 Seal, pale... 54 0 0 56 0 0

Virginia 1 0 6..0 0 0 brown,....52

Stockholm

2 6..I 30 Linseed, per gal. 0 4 4

Archangel .I 2 Rape, pale.. 0 5 4

TOBACCO, per lb. brown.....0 5

Faded...

0 0 6 Olive, per 236 gal.

Ord. and sound.. 0 0 6 0 6 Gallipoli. 100 0 0 0

Good and fine 0 7

0 0 0 Messina 90 0 0 97

Stemmed... 0 Palm, per 20 cwt 63 0 0 0 Rappabannock If. O Turpentine, cwt 4 % 0

Stemmed..

0 0 PIMENTO per lb,... 0 0 9.0 0 10 Kentucky leaf....0 0 5 0 0 T PINE TIMBER, pet cubic foot.

TORTOISE SHELL,lb.) 0

1 American.. -02 5..0 2 8 TURPENTINE, cwt.

American........0 18 0..019 0

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ERRATA.
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R. W. W."
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GRAPHY, &c.
for February

310 Account of Handsworth... 259 New Queries....

311 * The Devil's Arrows, - near Borough

ORIGINAL POETRY.
bridge.

284
Mary,
, the Mariac...

312 HISTORY OF TRADES AND MA Sonnet to the Northern Star.

314 NUFACTURES. Charade

314

315 *History of the Alam-Trade, concluded 265 The Sisters, a trae Tale.

Translations from Petrarch..

317
MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPOND A Lady's reply to the Rev. R. W. W.'s
ENCE, &c.
Charade....

318 HOURS AFTER TEA, No. HII...... 268

ANALYTICAL REVIEW. Nottinghamshire Rivers...

271 The Latitudes and Longitudes, Popu

The Maid of Killarney; or Albion and
Flora.....

318 lation, &c.of all the Market-Towns

Journal of a Tour and Residence in and principal Villages in Derby

Great-Britain, during the years 1810 shire..

273

and:1811. By Louis Simond...... 320 Singular Phenomenon of the Sun and Moon.

275

. LITERATURE. Examination of the common Preju

Literary and Scientific Intelligence.. 324 dice in favour of the Ancients.... 276

Literary Annunciations...

326 CONVERSATIONS ; by Mrs. Hofland.. 287 General Monthly Catalogue...

327 Genius and Misfortune...

289 Corroborative Proofs of a General De

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328 Appearances...

294 Parliamentary Intelligence..... 329 Remarks on the Influence of the Fine Domestic Occurrences, London. 331 Arts and Works of Fiction on the

* General.

332 Moral Character.... 295 York sbire.

333 Subterranean Forest on Hatfield

MONTHLY REGISTER.
Chace, &c......

298
Marriages..

334
BIOGRAPHY, &c.
Deaths..

334 Memoir of Mr. W. Emerson.........

301

MONTHLY REPORTS.
MATHEMATICAL REPOSITORY. Meteorological Results

336 Commercial Reports.

336 Essay on the Usefulness of Mathema

338 tical Learning, concluded........ 306 "List of Bankrupts..

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