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PRICES CURRENT.AUGUST 7, 1819.
LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL. LONDON. TEA, Bohea, per lb.
1 1 2 0 Congou,
2 11 3 5 Souchong,
4 5 4 6 SUGAR, Musc. cwt. B. P. Dry Brown, 66s.
66 56 60 60 62 Mid. Good, & Fine Mid. 76 84 | 67 85 61 78 65 72
Fine and very fine, 88 96 86 88 79 89 78 84 Brazil, Brown,
28 33 32 34 White,
38 50 42 44 Refined, Double Loaves, 1140 150
1 2 (lb.) 1 4 Powder ditto, 1114 116
95 117 Single ditto, 113 118
118 Small Lumps, 102 108
114 120 Large ditto, 98 108
100 110 99 109 Crushed Lumps,
56 MOLASSES, British, 33
30 32 32 6
30 COFFEE, Jamaica, Ord. good, and fine ord. 95 100
108 118 Fine and very fine,
Uncertain. Dutch, Triage & very ord. 85 90
Ord. good, & fine ord. 102 114 100 112
110 PIMENTO (in Bond), Ib. 8
64 7 7 SPIRITS Jam. Rum 160.P. 3 10 4 0 3 5 3 6 31 36 26 4 Brandy, gal. 5 0 5 3
3 8 Geneva, 3 4 36
2 10 Aqua,
7 6 7 8 WINES, Clar. Ist Gr. hhd. 60 64
35 0 65 0 Portugal Red, pipe, 48 54
540 600 Spanish White, butt. 34 55
280 68 0 Teneriffe, pipe,
30 35 Madeira, 60 70
50 63 LOGWOOD, Jamaica, ton, . £8
7 0 7 7 6 0 6 5 7 0 Honduras,
7 10 7 15 6 10 6 15 7 5 7 10 Campeachy,
8 10 9 0 7 0 7 5 Fustic, Jamaica,
7 10 8 5 99 100 Cuba, 11 12
9 5 10 0 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, lb. 9s 6d 11 6 8 6 9 6 8 0
10 0 10 6 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot, 2 4
2 6 2 Ditto Oak,
4 5 5 6 Honduras Mahogany, 14 1 80 10 ) 8 1 2 1 6 1 1. TAR, American, brl. . 16 21
14 6 15 6 19 6 Archangel, 19 21
15 9 17 0 18 6 Tallow, Rus. Yel. Candle, 62 63
55 0 Home melted, cwt. 63 64 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton, 48 49
48 Petersburgh Clean, 44 45
44 45 41 10 Flax, Riga Th. & Dr. Ra. 72 74
78 Dutch, 60 125
50 54 Mars, Archangel,
4 10 BRISTLES, Peters. Firsts, 15 0 16 0 ASHES, Petersburgh Pearl, 35 36
41 OIL, Whale, tun, 35
38 Tobacco, Virg. fine, lb. . 9
940 540 7 0 6
7 0 3 0 3 0 4! Cottons, Bowed Georgia,
11 1 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 2 Sea Island, fine,
24 2 8 2 4 2 11 9 2 6 Demerara and Barbice,
13 1 6 1 2 1 6 1 2 1 6 Pernambucco,
7 1 8 154 1 7 1 6 1 8 Maranham,
| 61 | 42 1 61 4 5%
ALPHABETICAL List of ENGLISH BANKRUPTS, announced in July 1819,
extracted from the London Gazette. Ainsworth, T. Little Bolton, Lancaster, bleacher Kent, W. Holborn. Middlesex, stationer Androus, J. London, com-factor
Lewis, J. jun. Martley, Worcester, horse-dealer Allsop, J. Southampton, baker
Leslie, J. London, merchant Ashby, H. R. London, copperplate and letter Love, W. Chipping Sodbury, Gloucester, grocer press printer
Lay, J. London, hatter Baer, M. London, indigo-merchant
Law, G. Manchester, grocer Birch, 1. jun. Manchester, cotton-spinner
Longworth, D., and w. Sudren, Laneaster, Birkinshaw, G. Blowdon, York, currier
Marshall, J. Walworth, London, merchant
Mort, J. Bolton, Lancaster, cotton-manufacturer Beardsall, T. and w. Nottingham, dealers
Mann, C. Wakefield, York, grocert Bell, T. London, insurance-broker
Miller, R. Taunton, Somerset, grocer Bryant, E. London, surgeon
Mayers, J. Yarmouth, merchant Bennet, T. Dartmouth, merchant
Mulleneux, J. R. Liverpool, merchant Brown, G. London, upholsterer
Mather, T. Warrington, Lancaster, cooper Bee, J. Worksop, Nottingham, butcher
Moore, H. London, builder Berry, B., J. Broadbent, J. Wilson, and J. Wil Mills, W. Westmoreland, white-leather-manufae
son, jun. York, manufacturers of fanev cloths Broomfield, J., and J. Hazelwood, Birmingham, Martin, C. Great Yarmouth, linendraper steel and potash manufacturers
Miller, S. Emsworth, Southampton, sailınaker Brown, J., and J. Gregson, Liverpool, upholster M Nair, A. London, factor
Park, H. Tadcaster, York, butcher Butt, P. Cheltenham, grocer
Pardon, G. Plyinouth, linendraper Collman, J. Chelsea, coal-merchant
Phillip, J. Littleton, Worcester, papermaker Crombie, R. Chelsea, victualler
Parker, R. Ellesmere, Salop, grocer and tallowCox, J. jun. Emsworth, Southampton, chair chandler maker
Probert, w, Holborn, Middlesex, wine and spiritCotton, G. Andover, Hants, grocer
merchant Cummings, J. London, merchant
Porter, B., and R. R. Baines, Kingston-uponCollinson, T. sen. Salisbury, cotton-spinner
Hull, glue-manufacturers Capephurst, w. Tamworth, Stafford, seedsman Protheroe, J. Bristol, ship-broker Carkert, N. Tavistock Street, Middlesex, uphol Paton, A. Felling Shore, Durham, ship-builder sterer
Pewters, R. Bristol, shoemaker Clarke, J. Hammersmith, Middlesex, coal and Porter, J. Bristol, barge-owner com-dealer
Pearce, J. Newton, Gloucester, grocer Dodd, R. London, engineer
Pollock, J. jun. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, cooper Dent, E. and J. Southwark, Surrey, hatters Reynolds, J. Peterborough, haberdasher Dryden, B. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, grocer
Reynolds, R. London, carpenter Dunn, J. Bristol, baker
Roberts, R. Salford, Lancaster, provision shopDocura, T. Earith, Huntingdon, victualler
keeper Dean, E. London, biscuit baker
Raester, A. S. Wickenford, Worcester, farmer Easton, J. London, baler
Rathbone, W. Manchester, printer Eginton, J. Handsworth, near Birmingham, Radcliffe, S. Swansea, grocer wine-merchant
Roberts, T. and J. Kingston-upon-Hull, mer. Evans, G. Aberdare, Glamorgan, grocer
chants Fentiman, J. E. Peterborough, haberdasher Smith, J. Westminster, tailor Fisher, T., and T. Ashmore, Cheltenham, &c. Southern, G. Streatham, Surrey, baker bankers
Smith, J., and J. Forsyth, London, merchants Foster, L. Farningham, Kent, miller
Spring, J. o. Conigsby, Lincoln, draper Forster, G. Berwick-upon-7'weed, merchant Stacy, c. London, coffeehouse-keeper Gandy, J. Liverpool, inerebant
Shout, B. London, oilinan Gregory, J. D. London, sil manufacturer
Taylor, J. Marshfield, Gloucester, mealman Giblin, J. F. Bartlow, Camisridge, miller
Tumer, E. Howarth Cross, Rochdale, com-factor Gleave, J. Bolton-le-Moors, Lancaster, victualler Thomson, J. Manchester, dealer Griffiths, A. Swansea, groot
Thomson, R. London, baker Gibson, B. Cheltenham, wine-merchant
Thomson, R. and H. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Gooden, J., and W. Gray, London, hosiers
timber-merchants Greenway, J. Plymouth Dock, brewer
Thomson, D, Gloucester, ivory-black manufac Hartley, J. London, merchant
turer Hirst, T. H, London, oil-merchant
Thomas, W. Bristol, money-scrivener arris, St Nicholas, Worcester, woollen Waller, T. Trentham, Stafford, pot-seller draper
Wilhs, J. London, coachmaker Harris, J. Redbridge, Southampton, victualler Wright, W. Chipping Barnet, Hertford, fishHunt, J. Ebenezer Terrace, Middlesex, merchant monger Hayward, W. H. Manchester, cotton-spinner Wetherell, J. and E. Fayle, London, factors Henshaw, J. Stockport, cotten-manufacturer Wailes, W. North Shields, merchant-tailor Haywood, F. sen. Liverpool, merchant
Worrall, S., A. Pope, and J. Edmonds, Bristol, Harris, T. Liverpool, master-mariner
bankers Harwick, J. Lambeth, engineer and iron-founder Walker, W. Hythe, Kent, farmer Jones, J. G, London, corn-factor
Willett, T. Acton, Chester, cheese-factor Junell, o. W., and G. Junell, London, oil and Wallis, C. Cheltenham, builder.
ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES and DividENDS, announced in
July 1819, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Barclay, A. and Co., and D. Brown and Co. Glas. Aitken, Macintoe, and Co. Glasgow, calico
gow and West Indies, merchants rinters and merchants
Blair, A. Glasgow, wright, builder, &c. Anderson and Mudowall, Edinburgh, booksellers
Blair, w, Edinburgh, printer and publisher Auchinvole and ('uthbertson, Glasgow, merchants
Brodie, J. Ayton Bleachfield, 'Berwickshire, and ironmongers
bleacher Barclay and Drysdale, Glasgow, merchants Brown, J. Perth, sadder and leather-dealer
Bucknall, J. Edinburgh, china, glass, and earthen Paul, D. Greenock, cloth-merchant ware dealer
Reid, A, Glasgow, merchant Clark, J. and Co. Glasgow, cotton-spinners Robertson and Jeffrey, Glasgow, wine and spiritCrawford, A. and Co. Glasgow, merchants and dealers grocers
Ross, T. Montrose, merchant Cunningham, W. Glasgow, manufacturer and Soutar and Walker, Dundee, wood-merchants agent
and builders The Dalmarnoch Dyework Company, and the Steele, J. Edinburgh, carver and gilder Greenhead Foundery Company
Storry, W. Glasgow, surgeon and diuggist Dick, J. Edinburgh, bookseller
Strong, F. Leith, merchant Dunlop, C. Clyde Ironworks, manufacturer and Taylor, M'Intyre, and Cowan, Glasgow, spiritdealer in iron
dealers Forrester, Anderson, and Jarvie, Glasgow, mer. Wilson and Hill, Glasgow, slate merchants
Brown, W. Edinburgh, hardware-merchant; by chants
D. Brown, 23, Queen Street, 25th August Lawson, W. Glasgow, grocer
Chambers, D. and Co. Lockerbie, woollen and Leitch, Hill, and Co. Glasgow, merchants
linendrapers ; by G. Montgomerie, merchant Macnicoll, R. Glasgow, merchant
in Dumiries, 13th August M'Donald and M.Phail, Glasgow, merchants
Elder, W. Dalkeith, leather-merchant; by A. M'Donald, D. Glasgow, merchant
Gray, currier there, Ist September N‘lotyre, P. Glasgow, shoemaker and leather
Gardner, T. and J. Glasgow, mathematical-instrumerchant
ment-makers; by W. Carrick, accountant M'Kenzie, A. Glasgow, merchant
there, 9th August N'Kenzie, A, jun. Inverness, merchant
Gillies, Ć. Brechin, merchant; by J. Speed, Manfredi, J. S. and Co. Govan, dyers
writer there, 14th August Martin, G. Dundee, merchant and music-seller
Mitchell, A. Fiddesbeg of Poveran, farmer and Morrison, G. and Co. Bonnington, near Leith,
cattle-dealer ; by D. Hutcheon, advocate in soap inanufacturers and merchants
Aberdeen, 3d September Munro, w. Glasgow, merchant and grocer
Mitchell, J. St Ninian's, tanner; by T. Smart, Nelson, D. and Co. Pittentian, distillers
tanner, in Bannockburn, 230 August Nexbigging, A. and Co. Glasgow, merchants and
Scott, Burt, and Co. Kilconquhar, tanners ; by linendrapers
W. Inglis, Ardross, by Elie, 21st August.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.
13. At Fanralie, Mrs Fraser of Balnain, June S. At Edinburgh, Mrs Carteret a son and heir. Scott, St John's Street, a daughter.
14. In Grosvenor Square, London, 21. At Condie House, Mrs Oli. Viscountess Ebrington, a son. phant of Condie, a son and heir.
At Portswood, Hants, the Lady of At Corsbie, Newton-Stewart, the W. A. M.Kinnon, Esq. M. P. a daughter. Hon. Mrs Montgomery Stewart, a son.
At Mayne, the Lady of Colonel Hay 24. At Edinburgh, the Lady of Rear. of Westerton, a son. Admiral Otway, Commander-in-chief, a 15. At Landhall, Mrs Smith of Land. daughter.
hall, a son. 27. At Hutton Hall, Essex, the Lady At Paris, the Lady of Edward Sey. of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Bruce, a son. mour, Esq. a son.
In Argyllshire, Mrs Campbell of In Montague Square, London, the Dunmore, a son.
Lady of John Paterson, Esq. a daughter.. At Tarbolton, Mrs Archibald Hood, 16. At Houndwood House, the Lady of ber twelfth son.
Captain Coulson, R. N. a daughter. July 2. Mrs Dr Anderson, Leith, a son. In Sackville Street, Dublin, the La
3. At Ramornie House, Fiteshire, the dy of James Traill Hall, Esq. a daughter. Lady of James Heriott, Esq. of Ramornie, 18. At Kilbryde Castle, Lady Campbell,
At Nenthorn, Mrs Roy, a daughter. 19. At Shivas, Aberdeenshire, the Lady 4. Mrs Dr Fleming, Flisk Manse, a son. of Alex. Forbes Irvine, Esq. a son.
6. At Ayr, Mrs Breckenridge, a daugh 20. The Right Honourable Lady Rendleter.
sham, a daughter. 8. At Stuart Hall, county Tyrone, the 22. At Greenridge, parish of Lesmaha. Countess of Castlestuart, a daughter. gow, Mrs John Semple, a son, being her 9. At Clova, Lady Niven Lumsden, a son. eighteenth child-nine sons and nine daugh
10. At Leith, Mrs Captain Ramage, ters, who are all alive, and in good health. Royal Navy, a daughter.
23. At her father's, Sir T. H. Liddel, 10. At l'innis, Mrs Ballantyne of Phau Bart. Viscountess Normanby, a son and heir. hope, a son.
At Blairgowrie, Mrs Robertson of 13. At Balgonie Cottage, the Lady of Cray, a daughter. Lieutenant-Colonel David Porbes, a son. 25. In Shandwick Place, Edinburgh,
the Lady of John Douglas, Esq. of Lock 5. At Port-Glasgow, Captain Robert erby, a daughter.
Gilkison, to Miss Eleonora Brown, daugh26. At Edinburgh, the Lady of Lieu. ter of Richard Brown, Esq. Port-Glasgow, tenant-Colonel James Irving, a daughter. 6. At Mary-le-bone Church, London,
27. At the Red Cottage, Elgin, the La- William Yates Peel, Esq. M. P. for the dy of Captain A. Mackenzie, a son. borough of Tamworth, and second son of
In Arlington Street, London, Lady Sir Robert Peel, Bart to the Right Hon. Arabella MʻLeod, wife of Lieutenant. Lady Jane Moore, second daughter of the Colone! MʻLeod, of the Royal Scots, a son. Earl of Mount Cashel.
29. At Yester, the Marchioness of Tweed 8. At London, I. R. G. Graham, Esq. dale, a daughter.
M. P. eldest son of Sir James Graham, At Edinburgh, Mrs Johnstone, No. 1, Bart. of Netherby, to Fanny Callander, George Street, a son.
youngest daughter of James Campbell, 30. At Houston, Linlithgowshire, Mrs Esq. of Ardkinglas. His Royal Highness N. Shairp, a son.
the Duke of York gave the bride away,
and the Duchess of York was present at MARRIAGES.
daughter of the late Robert Melville, Esq.
to Miss Isabella Tod, youngest daughter
Charles Hay, Esq. Great King Street.
Esq. of Harwood.
At Edinburgh, William Bogue, Esq. July 1. At Stirling, Moncrieff Mitchell, of Kirkland, to Elizabeth, only daughter Esq. merchant, Glasgow, to Christian, se- of the late Lieutenant-Colonel John West. cond daughter of the late Rev. Alexander At Coldstone, James Black, Esq. to Moncrieff, Muckart.
Mary Ann, third daughter of the Rev. At St Mary-le-bone Church, London, Robert Farquharson, minister there. Major Charles Wood of the 10th Hussars, 14. At Castle Douglas, William Miller, to Susan Mary, eldest daughter of the Rev. Esq. Sweethope, Bothwell, to Sarah, second Thomas Watkins of Cumberland Place, daughter of the late Peter Mayoh, Esq. Portman Square, and of Penoyer, Brecon. Castle Douglas. shire.
-At Erskine Manse, James Haldane Tait, · At Gallanach, Dugald Campbell, Esq. Captain in the Royal Navy, to Stewart, Esq. late of Islandree, to Jane, eldest youngest daughter of the late Rev. Robert daughter of the late Patrick Macdougall, Cuninghame of Balgownie. Esq. of Gallanach.
15. At Aberdeen, William Allen, Esq. 2. At Corslie, parish of Stow, Robert to Anne, daughter of the late P. Duncan, Allan, Esq. of Strawberry Hall, to Miss Esq. Rebecca Lawrie, daughter of the deceased At London, Charles Drummond, Esq. John Lawrie, Esq. of Lowberriot. jun, to the Hon. Mary Dulsebella Eden,
5. At Morrishill, Mr William Barr, sister of Lord Auckland. writer in Paisley, to Elizabeth, youngest 16. At Edinburgh, Mr James Stephens daughter of John Sheddon, Esq. of Mor- More, teller, Royal Bank, to Catharine, rishill.
eldest daughter of the late Walter LockAt Kelso, Mr Patrick Wilson, writer, hart, Esq. Depute-clerk of Session. Kelso, to Jessie, eldest daughter of Mr 17. At Paris, first at the church of AsJames Darling, agent for the bank of Scot, sumption, Rue St Honoré, and afterwards land.
at the chapel of the English Ambassador,
and in the presence of his Excellency, Co Died at Edinburgh, on the 20th July, lonel the Comte de Mondreville, of the aged 70, John Playfair, Professor of Natu. King's Garde de Corps, Knight of the ral Philosophy in the University of EdinRoyal Military Order of St Louis, Com- burgh. mander of the Legion of Honour, &c. to Lady Maria Caroline Brudenel Bruce, eld Oct. 1818. At Calcutta, George Hamil. est daughter of the Earl and Countess of ton, second son of the late John Hamilton, Aylesbury.
Esq. of Polmont Bank. 19. At London, the Hon. Frederic Syl 20. At Badula, in Ceylon, of the jungle rester North Douglas, only son of Lord fever of that island, Captain Archibald Glenbervie, to Harriet, eldest daughter of Maclean, of his Majesty's 86th light inWilliam Wrightson, Esq. of Cusworth. fantry company, most sincerely regretted
At Paisley, Deputy Assistant Com- by all his brother officers. missary-General J. Paterson, to Eliza, Dec. 23. In the interior of India, Ensign youngest daughter of the late Mr John James Rannie Anderson, of the Hon. East Miller, manufacturer.
India Company's engineers, youngest son At Kilmarnock, the Rev. Robert of John Anderson, Esq. of Winterfield. Stirling, to Miss Jane, eldest daughter of Jan. 13, 1819. At Bangalore, after a Mr Wm. Rankin, wine-merchant and post- short illness, William Simpson, Esq. mermaster there.
chant, Madras. 20. At Alness, the Rev. J. Welsh, A. M. 14. At Batavia, Mr John Tait, son of to Isabella, daughter of Mr D. Monro. the late Mr Andrew Tait, Windygates,
21. At Edinburgh, Major Orr, of the Fifeshire, clerk in the house of Messrs Col. Royal Fuzileers, to Sarah, eldest daughter ville, Juttings, and Co. of the late Spencer Boyd, Esq. of Pinkill, March 27. At Golden Grove Estate, Ayrshire.
Island of Tobago, after a severe illness, 22. At Edinburgh, James Crawford, Archibald Campbell, Esq. aged 24 years, Esq. W. S. to Miss Eliza H. Bell. son of Lieutenant-Colonel Campbell of
At Aberdeen, Dr Williamson, phy. Glendaruel, Argyllshire. sician, to Mary, youngest daughter of the April 20. di Jamaica, Thomas Muir, Rev. John Craigie, Old Deer.
son of John Muir, Esq. of Greenhall, 23. At Perth, Lieutenant Charles Mac- Blantyre. arthur, of the 79th regiment of foot, to May 14. At Sancta Maura, Captain Miss Elizabeth Campbell, second daugh. Thomas Hood, 75th regiment, eldest son ter of the late Robert Campbell, Esq. She- of Thomas Hood, Esq. of Hardacres. riff-clerk of the county of Inverness.
30. At Paris, Alexander, son of Mr 26. At Leith, Lieutenant William Rid. William Rose, Dornoch. dock, of the 4th, or King's own regiment, June 15. At Edinburgh, in her 20th to Isabella Telfer Taylor, daughter of the year, Miss Elizabeth Lightbody, only late Mr Alexander Taylor, of the Customs, daughter of the late Mr James Lightbody, Leith.
hat manufacturer in Glasgow; and, on the 27. At Fartrose, John Grant, Esq. of 21st, his son, Mr James Lightbody, hate Cloghill, Aberdeenshire, to Miss Simona ter, in his 22d year. Janet Mackenzie, eldest daughter of the - At Bermuda, Richard Frederic Baird, late Captain Kenneth Mackenzie of New. youngest son of Sir James Gardiner Baird
of Saughtonhall, Bart. Lately-At London, Captain the Hon. Suddenly, Mr James Weatherly, teRobert Rodney, brother to Lord Rodney, nant in Hopridge, aged 72, much and to Ann, youngest daughter and co-heiress of justly regretted. the late Thomas Dennett, Esq. of Lock 17. At London, aged 82, William Wal. Ashurst.
lis, Esq. the oldest surgeon in the British navy, and last remaining of those who, in the year 1784, under the command of
Captain Phipps, afterwards Lord Mul. Died at Lichfeld, after extreme and pro- grave, in the Racehorse and Carcase, went tracted sufferings, very early on Tuesday the expedition to the North Pole, in which mor, ing the 13th July, Mary, the wife of enterprise he was Surgeon on board the Thomas White, Esq. of the Close. By her Carcase, and on board which the late Lord lamenting family and attached friends, her Viscount Nelson, then a boy, acted as Midmemory will be long and affectionately be shipman, and who in that perilous voyage loved and revered. Within the city of formed a friendship with the deceased, Lichfield it will, doubtless, be ever grate. which only ended by his Lordship's death. fully cherished, when it is recollected that The deceased was in the memorable en. she was principally instrumental to the gagement of the 1st of June 1794, on board foundation of the female charity school. Lord Howe's ship. Her trust was in God; her reward also is 18. At Glasgow, Mr J. Hepburn, writ. with the Most High.
ing master, aged 57; and, on the 21st,