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COFFEE, per cwt.

Rape, pale......0 5 10
Triage..
4:00..4 10

brown.....0 5 6
Ordinary. .4 11 0..4 15 0

Olive, per 236 gal.
Good fine ord,. 4 16 0..4 18 0

Gallipoli.. 120 0
Low middling. 4 19 0..5 4 0

Messina
......120.0

0
Fair middling....5 1 0..5 3 0

Palm, per 20 cwt 57 0 058 0 0 Good middling...5 4 0..5

6 0

Turpentine, cwt 4 0 0
Fine mid. & fine 5 6 0..5

9 0 PIMENTO per lb.... 0 0 9..0 0 91 St. Domingo.. 4 14 0..5 0

PINE TIMBER, pet cubic foot. COTTON, per lb.

American.. 0 2 5..0 2

6 Sea Island, fine...O 2 8..0 3 0 Good .0 2 610 2 7

Foreign .

0 9 11
Middling. 0 2 4..0 2 5} RICE, per cwt.
Ord. & stained 0 1 10..0 2 13 Carolina .

1 17 0..1 19

0 Upland bowed, old 0 1 64 0 1 8}

Brazil.

1 5 0..1 14 0 new 0 1 80 19

East India.

0 0..1 5 0 New Orleans. 0 1 9.,0 i 111 ROSIN, per cwt Bahia... 0 1 11..0 1 11 English. ...0

6..0

9 Maranham. 0 1 11.,0

American. ...0 8 0..0 9 0
Pernambucco. 0 2 04 0 2 0 RUM, per gallon
Cayenne... 0 2 0..0 2 1

Jamaica low O.P. 0 0
Demerara & Berbice 0 1 9..0 2

Leeward common 0 2 7..0 2 8 Surinam.

0 1 11..0 2 0f SHUMAC, cwt. Barbadoes.. 0 1 9...0 1 10 Sicily...

1 0 0..1 1 0 Com. West India 01 7..0 1 9

STAVES
Bourbon.

white oak pipe ..18 0..1 12 0
Bengal.
.0 1 040 121

red oak hhd.,...,0 8 0.0 9 0 Surat. .0 1 33 0 1 7

SUGAR, cwt.
ELEPHANT'S TEETH.

Muscovado Brit. P.
l’s per cwt..
9 0..1 10 0
Dabs & moist brn 3 5 0..3

8 0 - 2's ditto

1 8 0..1 9 0 Dry Brown. 3 9 0..3 13 0 Scrivelloes. .0 15 0..1 5

Middling. .3 15 0..4 1 0

0 FLAX, per ton

Good middling....4 2 0..4 50
Riga,...
4 2 0,.4 3 0
Yery fine. .4 90..4 12

0 Petersburgh 12hd 3 12

Havanna, in bond FLAX-SEED per bushel

Brown.

2 2 0..2 60 American........0 14 6..0 14 0

Yellow.

2 7 0..2 12 0 Canada..

....0 10
6..0 11 0

White

2 16 0..3 8 0 FUSTIC, per ton

Brazil, brown, bond 2 0 0..2 4 0 Jamaica.. 12 0 013 0 0

Yellow

2 5 0..2 9 0 Porto Rico. 0 0 14 0 0

White...

2 12

0..3 3 0 Cuba.

16 0 0 19 0 0 East-India, in bond
.9 0 0 11 0 0

Brown.

116 0..2 0 0 Zante... 8 0 0..9 0 0

Yellow

2 3 0..2.80 GINGER, per cwt.

White.

2 10 0..2 19 0 Barbadoes

4 0 0..5 0 0 Molasses, per cwt.
Jamaica.
.3 15 0..7 0 0

West India B.P...1 12 0.2 0 0 HEMP, per ton

TALLOW, per cwt. Riga Rhine.....51. 0 0.52 0 0

Brazil..

4 0 0..4 1 0 Petersburg clean49 0 050 0 0 Petersburgh, Y. C.4 1 0..4 2 0 HIDES, per lb.

Soap 3 16 0..3 17 0 West India, dry..0 0 0..6 0 7 Archangel Soap..3 18 0 Buenos Ayres, dryo 0 0..8 0 10 TAR, per barrel

Brazil, dry, .0 0 06] 0 8 ] American, comm. 0 19 0..1 0 0 LIG. VITÆ, per ton..8 0 0..9 0 0

Virginia 1 0 0..1 1 0 LOGWOOD, Camp..10 0 0 10 10 0

Stockholm

3 0..1 0 Jamaica.. 8 5 0..8 10 0

Archangel

1 2 9..1 3 0 Honduras.

9 0
0..9
5

TOBACCO, per lb.
MAHOGANY, per foot

Faded....

0

05 Honduras.. 0 011..0 1 2

Ord. and sound.. 0 0 8..0 0 63 St Domingo......0 1 4..0 2 2

Good and fine 0

0 7 } 0 0 91 Cuba.

0 1
1 6
Stemmed..

0 0 80 0 104 OILS, per 252 gallons

Rappabannock If. O 0 5..0 0 7 Cod.. 48 0 049 0 0

Stemmed..

0 0 8..0 0 91 Seal, pale. 02 0 0 63 0 0.

Kentucky leaf....0 0

4100

7 brown,....56 0 0 TORTOISE SHELL,lb.10

1 1 Linseed, per gal. O 6

TURPENTINE, cwt.

American. .0 16 0.,01 3

...12

Brazil.

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Embellished with a View of an Ancient Mansion, at Norton-Lees.

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Astley Meanley, late Minister of Stannington, with a descriptive Sketch of that Hamlet....

145

ORIGINAL POETRY. Noon at Sheffield.

148 The Kiss of Beauty.

150 On Shakspeare....

150 Verses by Sir Walter Raugbley... 152 Lines written on the Parting of Three Friends in Scotland

..151

TOPOGRAPHY, ANTIQUITIES, &c. Ancient Mansion at Norton-Lees...... 93 Account of Fountains Abbey, continued....

93 Ancient State of Doncaster and its Neighbourhood...

97 Some Account of the Parish of Marske near Richmond....

99 MATHEMATICAL REPOSITORY. Essay on the Usefulness of Mathematical Learning...

103 On the Strength of Timber

104 Questions for Solution.....

106 HISTORY OF TRADES AND MA

NUFACTURES.
History of the Yorkshire Alum Trade.. 107
MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPOND-

ENCE, &c.
Conjectures concerning the River
Niger.

110 S.I. Law on imagined Prognostications of Death.

.114 On the Influence of Novel reading on Public Morals..

116 Comparison of Virgil and Thomson; concluded...

118 On the Authors of the Spectators.

122 Sketch of the Story of Rob Roy.

126 On the Culture of Turnips...

135 HOURS AFTER TEA, No.l...

137 The Cup of Tea...

140 BIOGRAPHY, &c. Tribute to the Memory of the Rev.

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WE thank QUERCUS for his “Acorn:" it shall be planted next month.

We are greatly obliged to SCRUTATOR for his favour, and beg to assure him that our thanks will be cheerfully given for the articles he mentions. An early account of the Jead-mines would be an additional obligation.

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