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Aggregate Average Prices of the Twelve Maritime Districts of England and Wales, by

which Importation is to be regulated in Great Britain. Wheat, 69s. 50.-Rye, 46s. 8d.-Barley, 38s. 1d.-Oats, 25s, 4d.-Beans, 183, 11d.-Pease, 498. Od.

Oatmeal, 47s. 3d-Rape Seed, 69s. Id. Average Prices of Grain in Scotland for the Four Weeks immediately preceding

15th June 1819. Wheat, 60s. 11d.-Rye, 175. 1d.--Barley 36s. 6d.-Oats, 21s. 5d..Beans, 40s. 2d.--Pease, 10s. 7th."

Oatmeal, per boll, 195. 9d. -Bear or Big, 32s. ld.

COMMERCIAL REPORT.

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Colonial PRODUCE.-Sugars. The sugar market, which revived considerably about the middle of last month, is again dull. The stock of British plantation sugar is now 5100 casks less than last year at this time, and the present prices 7s. per cwt. lower, per Gazette average.

At the East India House last week nearly 11,000 bags were brought forward to public sale. Bengal brown, sound, sold at 30s. 6d. ; yellow, 33s. to 40s. Gd.; damp, 28s. to 375 ; grey and ordinary white, 38s. to 46s. ; damp, 35s. 6d. to 43s. 6d.—Java, in baskets, yellow, 40s. to 41s. ; grey and white, 42s. to 478 ; damp, 39s. to 45s.; brown, in casks, 22s. to 23s ; Benaries good white, 43s. to 49s. ; damp, 43s. to 45s. 6d. Cotton.--The demand for cotton, particularly Bengals, has been inereasing for some weeks, both for export and on speculation ; the sales, however, have been limited, since sellers evince great firmness, while buyers are yet unwilling to give more than a trifling advance. The improvement in price cannot be stated at more than $d. to d. per lb. Coffce.The demand was very animated about the middle of last month, and prices for some time improved considerably. Within this fortnight the market has been in a very fluctuating and unsettled state, and may be again stated heavy. The stock of West India coffee is now 4030 tons, being 430 more than at this period of last year ; present prices 30s. per cwt. lower. Rum. On the 29th ult. a Government contract for 80,000 gallons caused a small improvemept of price, but subsequent extensive arrivals have again depressed the market. Prices are again lower, and little business doing. The present stock of rum is 11,769 puncheons, and price of proot's 2s, 4d. per gallon. Stock last year same date, 14,895 punchcons, and price of proofs 3s. 3d. per gallon. Tobacco. The business done in tobacco in the latter end of last month was considerable, although the prices were without improvement. The demand has again subsided. Oils.--There are no accounts yet received of the success of this year's fishery. The prices of Greenland oil continue to advance. Southern oil is also a shade higher. The arrival of two extensive cargoes of sperm yesterday has had great effect on the market; the price is nearly nominal. Linseed im. proving

EUROPEAN PRODUCE.— Tallot. The demand has been rather improving, but without any advance of price. Hemp and Flac continue heavy. The exchange at St Petersburgh has fallen very considerably; by recent accounts it had declined to a fraction under 11d. Brandy in the end of last month experienced an advance in price, on account of unfavourable intelligence as to the vintage. It has again become dul, and lower. Geneva is also lower, and sells heavily at the decline.- July 1l.

Course of Exchunge, London, July 13.-Amsterdam, 11:17. Ditto, at sight, 1l :-)4. Rotterdam, 11 : 18. Antwerp, 12 : 0. Hamburgh, 35 : 9. Altona, 35 : 10. Paris, 3 days sight, 25 : 0. Bourdeaus, 25 : 30. Frankfort on the Maine, 1495. Madrid, 37. Cadiz, 374. Gibraltar, 32. Leghorn, 491; Genoa, 45}; Lisbon, 534. Oporto, 54. Rio Janeiro, 61. Dublin, 15. Cork, 15% per cent. Prices of Bullion per oz.-

--Foreign gold in coin, L.3 : 18 :0. Foreign gold in barg, L.3: 18:0. New doubloons, L.3:16: 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.--Cork or Dublin
12s. 8d.-Belfast 155.Hamburgh 10s. 6.- Madeira 20s. to 258.-Jamaica 30s.-
Greenland out and home 3lig.
Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from June 16 to July 14, 1819.

June 16. June 23. June 30., July 7. July 14
Bank stock, and

224 217 216 217 3 per cent. reduced, men

68

674 3 per cent. consols,

671 33 per cent. do.

763

76 77 4 per cent. do. 87 8644

87 5 per cent. navy annuities

1103 102 India Stock, Bonds,

24 dis. 1 2 dis. 53 dis. 2 pr. par pr. Exchequer bills, 2d.

pr. par. 2 dis. 45 dis. pr. par 1 dis. par Consols for acct. amaron

684 681 68 69 French 5 per cents.sapore

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PRICES CURRENT.-July 10, 1819.

LEITA. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL. London. TEA, Bohea, per lb.

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1 2' 0 Congou,

2 11 3 5 Souchong,

4 5 4 6 SOGAR, Musc. cwt. B. P. Dry Brown,

68s.

61 67 | 59 65 61 63 Mid. Good, & Fine Mid. 76 81 08 85 66 80 / 67 70 Fine and very fine, 88 96 86

88 81 90 80 82 Brazil, Brown,

26 31 33 38 White,

36 47 | 43 Refined, Double Loaves, J140 150

I 2 (lb.) 1 4 Powder ditto, 115 120

95 118 Single ditto, 112 118

114 118 Small Lumps, 00 110

114 120

99 Large ditto, 98 108

100 110 104 113 Crushed Lamps, 56 64 MOLASSÉS, British, 33 34 30 32 32 6

32 6 COFFEE, Jamaica, Ord. good, and fine ord. 95 110

85 116 "Fine and very fine,

150

Uncertain. Datch, Triage & very ord. 85 90

Ord. good, & fine ord. 102 114 100 112
St Domingo,

95
105 107

110 PIXEXTO (in Bond), lb. 8

7817 SPIRITS Jam. Rum 160.P. 3 10 4.0 3 5 3 6 3 2 3 6 2 9 4 0 Brandy, gal. 5 5 9

3 8 4 6 Geneva, 3 4 36

2 8 2 10 Aqua,

7 8 7 9 Wixes, Clar. Ist Gr. hhd. 60 64

35 0 65 0 Portugal Red, pipe, 48 54

540 60 0 Spanish White, butt. . 55

28 0 68 0 Teneriffe, pipe,

30 35 Madeira, 60 70

50 63 LOGWOOD, Jamaica, ton, £8

7 0 7 7 6 5 6 10 7 10 Honduras,

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7 10 7 15 6 13 7 0 7 5 7 10 Campeachy,

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FUSTIC, Jamaica,
9 10

7 10 8 599 100 Cuba, 12 13

9 5 10 0 IXDIGO, Caraccas fine, lb. 9s 6d 11 6 8 6 9 6 8 8 9 10 0 10 6 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot, 2 4 2 6

2 6 2 8 Ditto Oak,

5 6 Honduras Mahogany, 14 1810 10 ] 8

1 21 16 1 1 Tar, American, brl. 17 22

14 6 16 6 19 6 Archangel, 19

16 6 17 6 16 0 Tallow, Rus. Yel. Candle, 63

66 69

59 Home melted, cwt. 66 67 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton, 48

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42 10 Petersburgh Clean,

45

45 42 0 FLAX, Riga Th. & Dr. Ra. 72 74

74 0 Dutch, 00 125

70 80 Irish,

50 54 Mars, Archangel, 80

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BRISTLES, Peters. Firsts, 15 0 16 0
ASHES, Petersburgh Pearl, | 38 40
Montreal ditto, cwt. 50 52 48 50 43

47
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40 42 33 39 35 OIL, Whale, tun, 35

36 Cod, 87 (p.brl.)

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37 TOBACCO, Virg. fine, lb. . 9 999 90 54 0 7 inferior, 7 8

3 0 33 COTTOxs, Bowed Georgia,

10 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 Sea Island, fine,

24 8 2 3 2 6 1926 Demerara and Berbice,

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ALPHABETICAL List of ENGLISH BANKRUPTS, announced in June 1819,

extracted from the London Gazette. Arliss, J. Newgate Street, London, printer

Joy, E. Christ Church, Southampton, fishinonger Adams, G. Gloucester, jeweller

Jaines, J. Cheltenham, innkeeper Amsdell, W. Plaiston, Essex, baker

Kilvert, R. Bath, linendraper
Aston, J. Birmingham, victualler

Kerr, W. London, wine-merchant
Adama, G., and T. Nash, Gloucester, jewellers Kegg, E. Liverpool, master-mariner
Allen, A. Westminster, calico-furniture-manufac Key, T. Bath, dealer
turer

Knight, A. Wilson Street, London, calenderer
Brade, W. Preston, Lancaster, liquor-merchant King, J. Ipswich, timber-merchant
Birch, J. Aston, Birmingham, maltster

Lankester, R. Newington, Surrey, linendraper Bradley, F. Middlesex, upholsterer

Laughton, J. Liverpool, earthenware-dealer Beattie, G. d, Lancaster, dyer

Lamb, J. Great St James Street, London, tailor Blanch, W. and J. Bath, tinmen

Leigh, P. Wheelock, Chester, currier Buchan, T. London, piano-forte-maker

Lord, E. Burnley, Lancaster, cotton-spinner Beavan, J. London, wine-merchant

Leveridge, S. London, merchant Bradley, S. Sandwich, brewer

Longworth, D. Little Lever, Lancaster, bleacher Bowker, T. D. Warmsworth House, York, mer. Linsley, J. jun. Leeds, merchant chant

Lanham, H. Dorking, Surrey, grocer Browning, J. Manchester, calenderer

Law, C. Minories, London, victualler Bond, J. Litchfield, maltster

Moss, W. Tadley, Southampton, carpenter Bood, T. Armitage, Charleton Row, cotton-spin- Moates, S. W. Birmingham, tobacconist

Millichamp, F. Aston, Birmingham, maltster Brown, T. Newport, Salop, grocer

Murch, J. Banwell, Somerset, tanner Bonsor, J. Spittalfields, Middlesex, coal-merchant Morgan, W. Bristol, wool-broker Brocklis, J. Oxford, corn-dealer

Musgrave, 3. New Laiths, York, cloth-manufacBulmer, T. and R. South Shields, rope-manufac. turer turers

Millward, J. Reddish, Worcester, needle-maker Bealey, R. Lancaster, cotton-manufacturer Martin, B. Middlesex Street, Middlesex, victuailer Brown, W. L., and T. Hunter, London, ware Matthews, J. Penn, Somerset, shoemaker housemen

Marshall, G. Bristol, corn-factor Buckley, J. Mossley, Ashton-under-Line, clothier Mackenzie, C. Caroline Street, London, merchant Baldwin, W. H. Liverpool, merchant

Mole, W. Worcester, and R. Lockett, Hereford, Budgen, J. Dartford, paper-maker

carriers Bryant, H. Norwich, leather-cutter

Molling, F. and G. London, merchants Clayton, J. Stockport, Chester, cotton-spinner Navell, J. Redridge, Southampton, timber-merChapman, W. Liverpool, hosier

chant Case, G, Whimple, Devon, hop-merchant

Nathan, S. Chandos Street, London, butcher Cooper, R. Snaith, York, brewer

Nunn, J. St Mary, London, coal-merchant Catterson, J. Kingston-tipon-Hull, currier

Perkins, T. Charleton Row, Lancaster, cottonCrancion, C. Fenchurch Street, London, merchant spinner Chambers, S. Bordesley, near Birninghamn, sword Pollitt, R. Manchester, calico-printer cutler

Polglase, J. Bristol, provision-merchant Chilcott, T. Bristol, broker

Parker, J. Norwich, bombasine-manufacturer Copland, S. Holt, Norfolk, miller

Pritchard, J. D. Tipton, Stafford, linen-draper Carr, W. Leek, Stafford, silk-manufacturer Patterson, G. Fore Street, London, corn-tiealer Crockitt, J. sen., and E. Crockitt, Stafford, iron. Peacock, E. Finchley, London, victualler masters

Parkes, W. West Teignmouth, Devon, innkeeper Cohen, B. London, watchmaker

Park, R. jun. Portsea, cual-merchant Cavett, W. Angel Street, London, cook

Picton, T. Hammersmith, Middlesex, grocer Deakin, F., and J. Oughton, Birmingham, wire Reddall, J. Liverpool, merchant drawers

Riding, J. Blackburn, Lancaster, cotton-manufacDuke, R. Gateshead, Durham, merchant

turer Dyke, R. Lavender Cottage, London, jeweller Rosser, J. Wallingford, Berks, carpenter Dauncey, T. Cateaton Street, London, warehouse Ruffy, J. D. Paternoster Row, London, oilinan man

Stratford, J. Scrooby, Nottingham, miller Dobell, J. Cranbrook, Kent, brewer

Smith, T. Tardebig, Worcester, butcher Eddlestone, R. and E. Lancaster, cotton-manufac Salter, M. Salter Street, London, glass-blower turers

Sutherland, R. and R. Birminghain, gun-makers Frears, W.jun. Liverpool, merchant

Sutherland, S. South Shields, grocer Frears, E. Ravirglass, Cumberland, silversmith Simmonds, T. Maidstone, wine-merchant Fell, W. Manchester, warehouseman

Sankey, M. W. Canterbury, brewer Faull, S. Portsea, baker

Sewell, S. Aldersgate Street, London, plumber Featherstonehaugh, H, Bishop Wearmouth, coal Sandell, W. and I. Newport, Isle of Wight, brev

fitter Fielder, R. Tenterden, Kent, victualler

Seller, G. Lyme Regis, Dorset, miller Gibbs, J. Bridgewater, Somerset, maltster

Smith, J. Bristol, tipman Gregson, E. and J. Liverpool, pertiners

Silva, J. R. Liverpool, merchant Goddard, S. Corphill, London, map-seller Skidmore, W. Sherheld, grocer Gaugain, J. P. Church Street, London, silver Smith, W. Bristol, timber-merchant smith

Smith, H. sen. Harcourt, Leicester, miller Garnett, R. Nantwich, shoemaker

Tadman, G. London, straw-hat-manufacturer Goode, T. Hinckley, Leicester, hosier

Townend, R. sen., and J. R. Tuwnend, London, Granger, T. H. Leeds, money-scrivener

merchants Gubby, T. Rotherhithe, Surrey, timber-merchant Vandermoolen, V. L. Middlesex, general dealer Hardy, W. Manchester, drysalter

Walker, J. Harp Alley, London, ironmonger Hunt, R. H. Great Yarmouth, wine and spirit Walker, W. Norwich, brich layer merchant

Wright, B. Binningbam, victualler Hederle, J. Leicester Square, Westminster, tailor Wickwar, H. and J. Newbury, Berhs, paper-makHigman, J. Adelphi, London, victualler Hayter, J. Bristol, watchmaker

White, J. C. Mitre ('ourt. London, merchant Hunsley, W. Wetherby, York, grocer

Wilmhurst, S. St Martin's Lane, London, mer. Harrison, J. Spring Gardens, Middlesex, tailor

chant Hall, B. Bristol, glazier

West, J. Richmond, Surrey, linen-draper Howard, J. Wooburn, Bucks, papermaker

Wilson, W. R. Crown ('cuit, London, inerchant Jackson, T. and W. Liverpool, merchants Wilson, W. Gates!cad, Durham, ship-owner Jackson, J. Duke Street, Middlesex, haberdasher Woolrich, S. W. Stafford, drurgist Jones, J. Upper Brook Street, London, tailor Yate, J, Worcester, leather-seller Johnstone, R. Freeman's Court, London, mer. Young, A. Bishop Wearmouth, shipowner chant

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ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced in

June 1819, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
SEQUESTRATIONS.

Parker, M. Dunfermline, hardware merchant

Philip and Taylor, Aberdeen, merchants
Alexander, W. jun. Paisley, manufacturer

Pitkethly, J. Leith, builder
Baird, J. and D. and Co. Newlandsfield, near
Pollockshaws, printers

Rankin, J. Irvine, banker and messenger
Broadfoot, J. Leith, merchant

Scott, J.jun. Leith, merchant

Shortridge, G. Y. Glasgow, merchant Bruce, W. Glasgow, cabinet-maker

Todd, Shortridge, and Co. Leven Printfield, print Carrick, J. lately carrying on trade in Martinique, in the West Indies, and in Glasgow

Wilson, J, Leith, merchant
Chalmers, J. Gorbals, Glasgow, feuar and builder

DIVIDENDS.
Clark, J. Glasgow, merchant and agent
Don, J. Dundee, manufacturer

Caw, J. Milnal, miller; by J. Gentle, writer in Dove, J. Leith, merchant and ship-owner

Edinburgh, 17th July Forbes, W. Aberdeen, merchant and agent Durie, W. Firhill, grain and cattle-dealer ; by J. Gemmill, J. and Son, Glasgow, ship-brokers and Kerr, accountant, Glasgow, 21th July merchants

Ford, J. Montrose, merchant; by A. Thomson, Jameson, C. and Sons, Inverness, merchants

writer there, 21st July. Jamieson, W. Glasgow, agent

Fulton, A. Kilmarnock, cotton-spinner, at the Kennedy, H. Glasgow, cabinet-maker

Kilmarnock Bank, 9th August Laird, J. and Co. Greenock, and W. Laird and Hamilton, W. Glasgow, grocer ; by M. Neilson, Co. Liverpool, merchants

Inerchant there, 20th July Macindoe, Galbraith, and Co. Glasgow, calender M'Millans, W. and T. Castle-Douglas, merchants; ers

by J. Liddesdale, writer there, 20th July M'Donald and Gibson, Glasgow, cotton-yarn mer Scott, J. and A. Muir, Monkland-canal basin, near chants

Glasgow, coal-merchants; by W. Waddell of M'Laren, D. Edinburgh, spirit-dealer

Stonefield, 30th July.

THE LATE HENRY GLASSFORI), ESQ.

Died at No. 4, Shandwick Place, on the situations undertaken by him, he was 19th May 1819, HENRY GLASS FORD, surpassed by none ; sacrificing to them all Esq.of Dougalston. Endowed with a power- personal considerations of convenience, eful intellect, and distinguished even among molument, and ease. At the time when the few by his inflexible integrity, and un the numerous body of merchants in this sullied honour, Mr Glassford seemed born and other parts of the kingdom, who hac. for a public station, and was qualified for sustained such losses by the American war, a high one. His mind was capacious, firm, and whose indemnification was left in a and energetic; his understanding clear and great measure unprovided for at the peace, collected; he was prompt in decision, and resolved to prefer their claim for compenindefatigable in pursuit.

sation, first to Government, and afterwards In those situations of a public nature, to the Houses of Parliament, Mr Glassford which his necessary avocations, and parti was one of the small number, three on the cularly his unwearied exertions for the be- former occasion, and two on the latter, who nefit of those with whom he was connected, were deputed by the merchants in this city, allowed him to occupy, his services were to conduct the application : and although marked and important. During the most these clairns were, through the opposition trying periods of national difficulty and a given to them, by his majesty's ministers, larm, which commenced with the late war, ultimately thrown out by a very small mahis exertions were conspicuous. He held jority in the House of Commons, a due the situation of a Vice-Lieutenant in Stir. estimate was made by the whole body of lingshire, and commanded a corps of Yeo- merchants interested, both here and in manry Cavalry, and afterwards of Infantry London, of his important and persevering and Cavalry united, in that county. To exertions in the management of their cause. the formation and discipline of these corps For the service of the public in Parliahe devoted his attention and his time, with ment, Mr Glassford was qualified in a unremitting energy, training them by his very eminent degree by the consistency of labour, ard animating them by his exam his principles and the independence of his ple, and his spirit. He was, besides, a views; by his clearness in the arrangement member of the Volunteer Regiment of of business, and his accuracy in detail. Light Horse, which was embodied for the But even that object of favourite and laupublic defence in Glasgow, and to his du- dable ambition, disinterested as it was in ties in that capacity he paid the same assi- him, and unconnected with views of perduous attention.

sonal aggrandisement, the sense of what to Mr Glassford was more than once chosen him appeared a stronger duty, and a severe to represent the County of Dumbarton in regard to the rule of conduct which he had Parliament. In the zealous and able dis- laid down, determined him to forego, and charge of his duties in this and all other to confine his attention to other objects, and

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