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COLONIAL PRODUCE.--Sugars.-The demand for Muscovadoes during the month has continued steady, and the business done last week was more considerable than for some time preceding. The markét has again, however, become heavy, though there are no sellers at any reduction in price. The request for refined goods has kept steady, and the transactions reported last week were very considerable. Two considerable pub. lic sales of East India sugar took place last week, and the prices were from 2s. to 3s. under the last East India House sale.-Cotton. An extensive sale took place at the India House on the 1st instant, when 8000 bags were actually sold ; the Surat at a decline of 3d. to ld per lb. the Bengal at a decline of Is. 4d. to 3s. 8d. The demand last week was languid, and the purchases confined to East India descriptions. This forenoon 246 bags Vera Cruz sold very high, realizing 2d. and 21d. -Coffee. The market has been heavy, and a very considerable reduction in price has taken place. Two public sales this forenoon went off with briskness, and at prices rather higher than the preceding week.--Rum. The demand for Leeward Island has greatly revived since last week; the quantity then taken for immediate exportation was reported to be very considerable.—Tobacco has continued in steady demand, and large purchases have been made ; the manufacturers have been buying, and as the season is now advancing, a good demand for home consumption is expected. Oils. The prices of Greenland have given way about L. 3 per ton, and the sales are heavy at the decline. Spermacetti has fallen about the same rate ; and other oils are in limited request, although no reduction of price is quoted.

EUROPEAN PRODUCE.- Tallow.—The arrival of the missing whale ships, and the favourable reports of the fishing, have occasioned a great stagnation in the tallow mar ket, and little business has been doing. Hemp has also given way; and Flax con tinues heavy. The last accounts from St Petersburgh state the exchange a shade high. er, 10 9.16ths. Brundy has declined considerably in price ; and Geneva is still with. out inquiry. October 12.

Course of Exchunge, London, Oct. 12.--Amsterdam, 12 : 0. Ditto, at sight, 11:17.

Rotterdam, 12 : l. Antwerp, 12 : 3. Hamburgh, 36 : 4. Altona, 36 : 5. Paris, 3 days sight, 25 : 30. Bourdeaux, 25 : 60. Frankfort on the Maine, 152. Mudrid, 353. Cadiz, 36. Gibraltar, 30. Leghorn, 47%. Genoa, 431. Lisbon, 524. Oporto, 53. Rio Janeiro, 57). Dublin, 114. Cork, 13 per cent.

Prices of Pullion per oz.-Portugal gold in coin, L.3: 17 : 104. Foreign gold in bars, L3:17: 101. New doubloons, L.3: 13:6. New dollars, L.0: 5:0. Silver in bars, standard, L. 0:5 : 2.

Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's.--Guernsey or Jersey 15s. to 20s.-Cork or Dublin 155. 9d. -- Beliast 20s.-Hamburgh 15s. 6d.-Madeira 20s. to 255.-Jamaica 30s. to 338.--Greenland out and home 32g.

Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from Sept. 20 to Oct. 13, 1819.

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LOxdos. TEA, Bohca, per lb.

11 8 1 ] Congoa,

2 11 3 4 Souchong, SUGAR, Musc. cwt. B. P. Dry Brown, 60s. 65 36 62 55 59 58

59 Mid. Good, & Fine Mid. 76 85 63 70 68 7466

Fine and very fine, 84 96 81 34 81 89 73 86 Brazil, Brown,

23 33 30 32 White,

35 48 37 44 Refined, Double Loaves, 135 150

1 2 (ib.) 14 Powder ditto,


Single ditto,
108 112

110 114 Small Lumps, 98 102

112 116 98 108 Large ditto,


95 102
Crushed Lumps,
57 60

52 MOLASSES, British, 32

30 32 COFFEE, Jamaéca, Ord. good, and fine ord. 95 108 93 108 98 108 78

112 Fine and very fine,

122 132 136 Dutch, Triage & very ord. 85 96

80 98 Ord. good, & fine ord. 98 11696 114 100 110 St Domingo,


(100 106 PIMENTO (in Bond), Ib. 7

7 6

71 SPIRITS Jam. Rum 160.P. 3 10 4 0 3 3 3 4 31 3 5 6 Brandy, gal. 5 0 5 3

310 Geneva, 3 2 3 4

28 3 Aqua,

76 Wines, Clar. Ist Gr. hhd. 60 64

350 65 Portugal Red, pipe, 48 54

540 GO Spanish White, butt. . 34

280 68 Teneriffe, pipe,

30 35 Madeira, 60 70

50 Logwood, Jamaica, ton, . £7 80

70 Honduras, 9

0 6 5 6 15 7 Campeachy, 9

6 15 7 0 FUSTIC, Jamaica,

0 8 10 9 9 10 0 Cuba, 10

10 0 10 10 10 0 10 10 Indigo, Caraccas fine, Ib. 9s 6d 11 68 69 6 8 0 8 9 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot, 2 0 2 2

2 6 2 8 Ditto Oak,

39 4 0 * Honduras Mahogany,

1 8 1 2 8 I 2, 16 1 l Tar, American, brl. 16

19 0 16 0 Archangel, 18 20

18 6 21 0

17 6 Tallow, Rus. Yel. Candle, 58

61 61

56 0
Home melted, cwt. 58
HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton, 48 49

Petersburgh Clean, 43
FLAX, Riga Th. & Dr. Ra. 67 68

60 120 Irish,

54 68 MATS, Archangel,

88 90
BRISTLES, Peters. Firsts, 14
Ashes, Petersburgh Pearl, 33 34
Montreal ditto, cwt.

41 42 38 40 39

32 33 33 35 36 OIL, Whale, tun,


39 40 Cod,

84 (p.brl.) | 38 39 TOBACCO, Virg. fine, lb. . 9 94 9 980 5! inferior, 7 84

5 COTTONS, Bowed Georgia,

Id 1 3

1 1 3 Sea Island, fine,

2 6 2 9 2 5 2 7 2 0 2 8 Demerara and Berbice,

1 7 2 713 7 Pernambucco,

1 8

6 1711 6 Maranham,



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ALPHABETICAL List of ENGLISH BANKRUPTS, announced in September 1819,

extracted from the London Gazette..


Andrews, J. Manchester, dealer

Johnston, R. Jun. Ripon, York, oil-merchant Ashton, S., J. Higginson, and J. Ward, Man Johnston, J. London, shoe manufacturer chester, calico-printers

Jennings, J., and J. Naylor, Liverpool, coachBrown, W. London, fishmonger

makers Barnett, J. Plymouth, watchmaker

Knapton, W. Leeds, joiner Brain, R. Bitton, Gloucester, dealer

Kilshaw, J. jun. Leeds, callow chandler Bott, J. Birmingham, linen-draper

Leach, W. Clithero, Lancaster, cotton-manufacBaron, H. Over Darwent, Lancaster, calico-print turer

Langston, E. Manchester, cotton-merchant Blain, J. London, grocer

Locke, S. Temple Place, Surrey, dealer Bissix, w. Bristol, pipe-maker

Marsden, E. Bolton-le-Moors, Lancaster, cabinetCawood, R. Armley, Leeds, clothier

maker Campbell, W. H. London, ale-merchant

Minchin, T. A., W. G. Carter, and A. Kelly, Coates, J. Worcester, woollen-draper

Portsmouth, bankers Dixon, W. Manchester, calico-printer

Mendus, T., jun. London, cabinet-maker Devey, W. J. and F. London and Surrey, coal Moss, M. Lambeth, merehant

merchants, coal-factors, and ship-owners Neville, S. Leeds, four-seller Fayer, J. Northampton, farmer

Parnell, E. Congleton, Chester, milliner
East, C. and H. Birmingham, coal-merchants Pollard, T. Worcester, butcher
Fuller, J. Bellericay, Essex, horse-dealer

Preston, T., and G. Gill, Manchester, calicoFindlay, R., and G. H. Old Broad Street, Lon printers

Read, A. London, wine-merchant
Fisher, 's. Winchcomb, Gloucester, mercer Roddam, H. R. North Shields, victualler
Gray, J. London, baker

Rudinan, S. Somerset, quarry-woman
Hall, J. R. Newington, Surrey, merchant Storkey, J. Bristol, eheese-factor
Harrison, W. Yeldersley, Derby, dealer

Sargent, T. Westminster, timber-merchant Hudson, T. Armley, Leeds, clothier

Sleddon, W. Stockport, Chester, machine-maker Haynes, w. Lowestoff, fish-merchant

Sellers, G. Kingston-upon-Hull, merchant Hart, A. London, navy agent

Taylor, W. Strand, Middlesex, tavern-keeper Holland, P. South Blyth, Northumberland, ship. Trokes, M. Liverpool, merchaut builder

Unsworth, W. Liverpool, flour-dealer Hodgkinson, A. Lancaster, cotton-manufacturer Webster, W., and J. Yates, Lancaster, iron-mongHockley, D. London, goldsmith Hudson, W. London, ship-owner

Watson, H. Bolton-le-Moors, Lancaster, druggist Hudd, George, Norwood, Middlesex, miller Wigney, G. A., and G. Seymour, Chichester, Johnston, G. Douglas, Isle of Man, linen-draper brewers Jowitt, j, Huyton, near Prescott, Lancaster, Wright, J. Bermondsey, vinegar dealer fanner

Yates, J. Burnley, Lancaster, money-scrivener



September 1819, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

M'Symon, J. jun. Dumbarton, baker and grain

dealer Black and Isaac, Glasgow, merchants

Maitland, J. Ayr, flesher and cattle-dealer Blyth and Lesslie, Edinburgh, hatters

Muirhead, J. Glasgow, mason and builder Brown, Alexander and Co. Arbroath, merchants Nisbet, J. Aberdeen, merchant and manufacturers

Sinith, W. Hamilton, innkeeper Caw, J. Perth, merchant

Smith and Blackburn, Glasgow, cotton-yarn merCowan, T. jun. Newburgh, brewer and com chants dealer

Tait, J. Jun. and Co. Glasgow, merchants Ferguson, J. Glasgow, manufacturer

Watt, Isaac, Dundee, merchant
Graham, R. Glasgow, merchant and manufacturer

Wilson, J. and Son, Glasgow, wire-workers
Hamilton, J. Dumbarton, haberdasher
Hart, J. Kelvin Docks, near Glasgow, grocer
Jaffery, J. Airdrie, paker and grain-dealer

Kelmani, A. Aberdeen, brewer and baker
Lawson, J. Glasgow, clothier

Clark, M. Glasgow, bricklayer ; by W. M'Creadie, M'Donald and Son, Glasgow, clothiers

brickmaker there, 30 November M'Knight, J. jun. Kirkcudbright, corn-merchant, • Kidd, D. Edinburgh, spirit-dealer ; by R. Mitship-owner, and general merchant

chell, spirit-dealer there, 1th Octobe



31. At Rosiere, near Lyndhurst, the March 17. Ai Fort William, Bengal, Countess of Erroll, a daughter. the lady of Major P. L. Grant, Acting Fort September 3. At Dunnottar, Lady Kenand Town Major, a son.

nedy, a son. August 2. At Corfu, Mrs Hood, widow 7. At Rockbank, Mrs Colin Campbell, of the late Captain Hood, of liis Majesty's Jura, a daughter. 75th regiment of foot, a daughter.

At Drakies, the lady of L. Mackin. 24. At Lieutenant-Colonel Sir David tosh, Esq. of Raigmore, a son. Ogilby's house in Charles Street, Manches At Athlone, the lady of Major-Gen ter Square, London, Lady Ogilby, a son. neral Macleod, 78th regiment, a daughter,

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8. In Wimpole Street, London, the lady Montresor Standen, Esq. of Upper Gower of Edward Marjoribanks, Esq. a daugh Street, London, to Henrietta Sophia, fifth ter.

daughter of the late Sir William Fraser, 9. At Hawkhill, the lady of the Lord Baronet. Justice Clerk, a son.

September 1, At Glasgow, Mr Gabrid 10. The lady of Colonel Hastings, a Stevensan, of Hamburgh, to Margaret,

youngest daughter of Mr John M.Nair

, 14. At Edinburgh, the lady of Henry manufacturer, Glasgow. Meredith Jervis White Jervis, Esq. a son. 3. At Dunbar House, Edward Stanley

15. At New Saughton, the lady of of Cross Hall, county of Lancaster, Esq. to James Watson, Esq. of Saughton, a son. Lady Mary Maitland, second daughter of

At Thirlestane, ip Etterick, the lady the Earl of Lauderdale. of the Hon. Captain Napier, royal navy, a 6. At Kirkcudbright, Captain Dun, of son and heir.

the Galloway militia, to Marjory, daugh. 17. The lady of Duncan Robertson, ter of Alexander Melville, Esq. of BarEsq. of Carron Vale, a son and heir. whar.

19. At Hawick, Roxburghshire, Mrs At Glasgow, John Kinross, Esq. of Jane Hope, a son and daughter, after be Cork, distiller, to Isabella, only daughter ing 18 years married. The mother, with of John Gibson, Esq. merchant, Glasgow. the children, are doing well.

8. At Paxton House, Rear-Admiral Sir 21. The Duchess of Berri, a daughter. David Milne, K. C. B. &c. &c. to Miss

22. At Pittrichie House, Mrs Mackenzie, Stephen, daughter of the late George Ste. Pittrichic, a son.

phen, Esq. of the island of Grenada. At Penicuik House, Lady Clerk, a 13. At Castleknock Church, Dublin,

Michael Law, Esq. eldest son of Robert 23. The Honourable Lady Fergusson, a Law, Esq. banker, to Jane Hannah, second

daughter of Hans Hamilton, Esq. one of At Lisbon, Lady Buchan, a son. the Representatives in Parliament for the 24. Mrs Arbuthnot, Charlotte Square, county of Dublin. Edinburgh, a daughter.

14. At Abbey of Luce, Doctor James 25. Ai Glasgow, Mrs Maxwell, Buchan Anderson, physician in Belfast, to Miss an Street, a daughter.

Jane Learmont, daughter of the Rev. Wil. At Balkail, Glenluce, the lady of liam Learmont. Captain J. Ross, R. N. a son.

16. At Carfrae, John Paterson, Esq. At Young Street, Charlotte Square, Gayrield Square, Edinburgh, to Jane, seEdinburgh, the lady of Captain William cond daughter of Robert Hogarth, Esq. Marshall, of the Hon. East India Com. In the parish church of Trentham, pany's service, a daughter.

in the county of Stafford, the Right Hon. 27. At Sunbury, Mrs Haig, a son. Lord Viscount Belgrave, eldest son of the

October 3. Mrs Bridges, Dundas Street, Earl Grosvenor, to the Right Hon. Lady Edinburgh, a daughter.

Elizabeth Mary Levison Gower, youngest

daughter of the Most Noble the Marquis MARRIAGES.

of Stafford. August 27. At Gloucester, Charles Ba in London, Michael Stewart Nicol. thurst, Esq. eldest son of the Right Hon. son, Esq. of Carnock, eldest son of Sir Charles Bathurst of Sidney Park, to Miss Michael Shaw Stewart, Bart. to Eliza Fendall, only daughter of the late William Mary, daughter of Robert Farquhar, Esq. Fendall, Esq.

of l'ortland Place. At Biggar, Robert Craig, Esq. of 17. At Edinburgh, Patrick Dallaway, Gulldie, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter Esq. to Mrs Isobella Howie Garson Currie, of Mr John Young, manufacturer, Little. youngest daughter of the late John Currie, well.

Esq. of Dale Bank. 28. At Bayreuth, by proxy, his Majesty At Edinburgh, Adolphus Macdowall Ferdinand VII. King of Spain, to the Ross, Esq. M. D. second son of the late Princess Josephine-Emelia-Beatrice of Colonel Andrew Ross, of the 21st regiment Saxony.

of foot, to Miss Catharine Hume, younge 30. The Hon. Henry Caulfield, of Hock est daughter of David Hume, Esq. advoley Lodge, county Armagh, only brother to the Earl of Charlemont, to Elizabeth 21. At Edinburgh, Mr James Anderson, Margaret Browne, second daughter of Dod. civil engineer and land-surveyor, to Marwell Browne of Rabines, Esq. county garet, only daughter of Mr Robert WalkMayo, grand-daughter of Sir Neal O'Do. er, Prince's Street. nel, Bart. deceased, and niece to Lady 22. At Campbelton, Mr Donald MaclelMolyneux, of Castle Dillon, county Ar- lan, merchant, Glasgow, to Elizabeth, magh.

daughter of Jolin Armour, Esq. CampbelAt Windlesham, Surrey, James ton.



uniformly cheerful, peaceable, unassuming Nov. 5. 1818. At Seharunpore, David disposition for nearly 80 years, endeared Hastie, M.D. on the Bengal establishment, him to a most extensive circle of friends formerly of this city.He fell a victim to and acquaintance. Having been thus ada malignant fever, which has carried off mired and beloved in prosperity, he was no great numbers during the last two seasons. less revered and respected by all ranks of

Fib. 7. 1819. At Allahabad, Bengal, society during the adversity of the last four Archibald Murray, Esq East India Com- years of his life, an adversity produced by pany's civil service, son of the late Wil. the virtue and goodness of his heart. Una liam Murray, Esq. of Polmaise.

acquainted with iniquity, he feared no evil, 17. At New South Wales, Dugald and gave unlimited confidence to specious M.Dougall, Esq. commander of the Toiten- villany. As he lived he died, in peace ham East Indiaman, son of the late Allan with all mankind, leaving an example beM.Dougall, Esq. writer to the signet. hind him of the instability ot' human affairs.

March 19. Lieutenant-Colonel Fraser, Nerecastle Courant. of the Royal Scots. This gallant officer 24. At Fasque, Lady Ramsay of Bal. was killed while rallying the advanced par- main. ty of our troops before Asseeighur, upon At Bullingate, county of Wicklow, whom a desperate and unexpected attack Ireland, Major Edward Tandy, of the had been made by a sally from that for. Hon. East India Company's service. tress.

26. At Gosport Barracks, John C. Cow. April 5. On board the Wellington, on ell, Esq. late Lieutenant-Colonel Royal his passage from Calcutta to the Cape of Scots. Good Hope, whither he had been going for At Paris, Emma Sophia, the lady of the benefit of his health, Mr John Gray, Major-General Sir William Parker Caryoungest son of William Gray of Oxgang, roll, Knight of Charles III. of Spain, Esq.

&c. 6. At Madras, William Campbell, 27.-DEATH OF THE DUKE OF RichEsq. third son of R. Campbell, Esq. of mon1.-His Grace the Duke of RichHelentonmains.

mond died suddenly in Upper Canada, 10. At Madras, Mr John Duncan, while making a tour through that prothird Member of the Medical Board at vince. The cause of his death is thus stat. that Presidency.

ed in a letter from Quebec :-“ While at June 23. At St Helena, Henry Porteous, his summer residence at William-Henry, Esq. in the Hon. East India Company's before he commenced his tour to the upper service.

province, he was bitten by a tame fox, 28. In the Island of Jamaica, Mr which shortly afterwards died of the ma. Angus Ferguson, son of the Rev. John lady. No symptoms, however, appeared Ferguson, minister of Uphall, aged 19 for nearly forty days after the circumstance, years.

when his Grace being on his return from a July 18. At Rio Bueno, Jamaica, Mr visit to a new settlement, in a very obscure Charles Bruce, of Musselburgh.

situation, where he had to walk thirty miles Aug. 6. At Kingston, Jamaica, after on foot in excessive hot weather, no road three days illness of yellow fever, in the for a horse being yet made, he found him. 24th year of his age, Mr John Morison, self affected. It is stated his Grace was surgeon, second son of Mr James Morison, sensible of his approaching fate as soon as White Hart Inn, Dalkeith.

his indisposition manifested itself, and ex12. After labouring for several years pressed his apprehensions to his attendants. under a paralytic affection, George Lang. On approaching to descend the Ottawa, or ton of Langton, Esq. in the 48th year Great River, the sight of the water instant. of his age ; and, on the Monday follow. ly threw him into convulsions, and, in lit. ing, worn out by her unremitted attend- tle more than twenty-four hours, this most ance on him, Mrs Langton, his widow, dreadful malady terininated his existence." aged 32.

His Grace was, according to his own re18. At Kirchberg, Prince Christian Fre- quest, interred in the cathedral church of derie Charles de Hohenlohe-Kirchberg, he- St Paul's, at Quebec, on the 4th Septeinreditary Marshal of Wirtemberg. He was ber. His Grace was the hincal descendant the oldest prince in Germany, having at- of the first Duke of Richmond, natural son tained his 30th year.

of King Charles II. by a French lady, who 23. In the city of Durham, John Good- was created by his Majesty Duchess of child, Esq. late of Pallion, in the county of Portsmouth, and by Louis XIV. Duchess Durham, aged 83 years and 2 months of Aubigny, in France. His titles were, a gentleman whose ancestors have been Duke of Richmond, Earl of March, (Engclassed for nearly 300 years amongst the lish honours,) Duke of Aubigny, (French most respectable inhabitants of the neigh- honour,) Duke of Lennox, Earl of Darnbourhood in which he lived, and whose ley, and Baron Methuen of Torbolton, honourable mind, tranquil happy life, and (Scots honours.) The title of Aubigny was

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