17. Cale-Curled-Scotch.

19d. a pound; any quantity above 50lbs." 18. Carrot.

Sd. a pound; above 100lbs. id. A 19. Cauliflower.

parcel of seed may be sent to any part 20. Celery.

of the kingdom ; I will find proper 21. Chervil.

bags, will send it to any coach or van 29. Cress.

or wagon, and have it booked at my 23. Cucumber, early frame.

expense; but the money must be paid 24. Corn (Cobbell's).

at my shop before the seed be senl away; 25. Endive.

in consideration of which I have made 26. Leek.

due allowance in the price. If the 27. Lettuce-White Coss.

quantity be small, any friend can call 28. ........Russia Coss.

and get it for a friend in the country; 29. ........ Brown Dutch.

if the quantity be large, it may be sent 30. ........ Green Cabbage,

by me. 31. Mustard-White.

Mangel WURZEL SEED.-Any quan32. Nasturtium-Dwarf.

tity under 10lbs., 8d. a pound; any 33. Onion.

quantity above 10lbs, and under 50lbs., 34. Parsnip.

7 d. a pound; any quantity above 50lbs., 3:5. Parsley-Curled.

6d. a pound; any quantity above 36. Pea-Early-frame.

100lbs., 6d. a pound. The selling at 37. .... Tall Marrowfats.

the same place as above; the payment 38. .... Dwarf Marrowfats.

in the same manner. 39. Radish-Early Scarlet. 40. ...... White Turnip.

TREE SEED. 41. Spiuage.

Locust SEED.-6s. a pound. 42. Squash (from America, great va

riety). 43. Strawberry-Cisalpine. 44. Turnip— Early-Garden. FLOWER SEEDS.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, 45. Canterbury Bells.

Friday, March 8, 1833. 46. Catch Fly.

INSOLVENTS. 47. China-asters.

PETHURST, E., King-street, Holborn, tailor. 48. Clarkia, (very beautiful).

BELLMAN, J., Oxford, hair-dresser. 49. Convovulus-Dwarf. 50. Indian Pink.

BANKRUPTS. 51. Larkspur-Dwarf Rocket. 52. Lupins-Dwarf Yellow.

BATTYL, J., Fulbourne, Cambridgeshire, 53. Marvel of Peru.


BRIGNALL, T., South Mims, Middlesex, 51. Poppy-Carnation.

ljunkeeper. 55. .... French.

BRINDLEY, J., Great Barr, Staffordshire, 56. Stock-White Wall-flower. | farmer, 57. .... Scarlet, ten-week.

BYRNE, F. L., Kingston-upou-Hull, wine

merchant. 58. Mignionelte.

CHAMBERS, T., Leamington Priors, War59. Sweet-william.

wickshire, plumber. 60. Sweet Pea.

DAVIS, W. D., Leamington Priors, War61. Venus's Looking-glass.

wickshire, innkeeper. 62. Virginia Stock.

GLUSSOP, J., late of Piccadilly, wax-chand

ler. 63. Wall-flower.

GRIFFITHS, J., High Holborn, confectioner.

HELLEWELL, J., Wadsworth, Yorkshire, FIELD SEEDS.

worsted-manufacturer. Swedish TURNIP SEED.-Any quan

HOBDAY, S., Aston, Warwickshire, souffer

maker. tity under 10lbs. 9d. ir pound; and any HUDSON, T., Westbromwich, Staffordsbire, quantity above 10lbs. and under 50lbs. baker.

NEILD, I)., Shaw Eilge within Cromptun, ruled dull, as well as for distilling and grindLancashire, Culton-spinner.

ing sorts with wo improvement in their rates. PARTRIDGE, W., Biriningham, wharfinger. Malt continues to meet a languid sale. TANSLEY, J., Little Dean street, Westniu | Oats were in good supply, as well from ster, ironmonger.

Ireland as England and Scotland. The WOOLISON, J., Leamington Priors, War. article hung beavily on hand, and expe. wickshure, plumber.

rienced a slow sale at rather worse prices than this day week. :

Beaus sold at an enhancement of Is, per SCOTCH SEQUESTRATION.

quarter, the low price of the article waving SMITH, J., Glasgow, grain-merchant, attracted some speculative purchases.

Peas without alteration.

Flour in good demand at fully as good prices.

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Wheat .............

54s. to 633. Rye ............

.. 32s. to 34s. Barley .............

21s. to 23s. BANKRUPTS.

- fine............

30s. to 32s. BENT, J., Bankfuot, Yorkshire, cutton-spin

Peas, White ...

30s. to 31s. - Boilers ......

36s. to 40s. Der.

_ CANN, J., Broad-street, Bloomsbury-square,

Grey ..........

30s. to 34s. Beans, Small .........

-5, to - S, eatiny-bouse keeper.

Tick .............. GREEN, J., Birningham, ramrod-maker.

28s. to 30s, HARTLEY, J., Shiffuall, Salop, huckster.

Oats, Scotch Potatu ....... 22s. to 24s. HODGSON, R., Manchester, corninon-brewer.

Feed .

135. to 18s. MELLOR, J., Manchester, tailor.

Flour, per sack ............ 465. to 50 s, PRATT, H., Staffordshire, miller.

PROVISIONS. SCOTT, E., Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, grocer. 1 SPIVEY, J., King-street, Great Hermitaye Bacon, Middles, new, 385. tv 43s. per cwt. street, provision-agent.

Sides, new...403. tu 445. TUCK, C., Great Yarınouth, Norfolk, ship Pork, India, uew.... 120s. Od. to -3. wright

Mess, new ...70s, to --S. per barl. TWYCROSS, W., Godalming, Surrey, leather Butter, Belfast ....7&s, to 80s. per cwt. dresser.

Carlow .....725. to 82s. WALKINGTON, R., High Holborn, up

Cork ...... 74s. to 78s. holsterer.

Limerick ..745. tu 76s. WILLIAMS, J. M., otherwise John Williams,

Waterford..6hs. to 72s.
Toteridge, Hertfordshire, bill-broker.

Dublin .....03. to 67s.
Cheese, Cheshire....52s. to 72s.

Gloucester, Double..50s. to GOs.
Gloucester, Single... 43s, to 50s,
Edam .......50s, to 53s,

Gouda ...... 48s. to 523,

Hams, Irish........ 135. to 545.
MARK-Lane, Corn-EXCHANGE, Mar. 11.-
The arrivals from Essex, Kent, and Suffolk,
fresh up to this day's market were moderate;
hut added to the supplies received since Fri-

SMITHFIELD.-March 11. day, and the parcels left over from last mar. ket, caused the stands to be tolerably well! This day's supp!y of beasts was for the time filled with samples. The condition of the of the year, moderately good; the supply of Wbeat, though somewhat improvedl, still Sheep, Lambs, Calves, and Porkers, but bandled rough. A demand existing for ship. I limited-trade was, with Beef, Mutton and meut to Yorkshire as well as purchases being Lamb, rather brisk, at an advance of full 2d. made on the part of the millers, caused the per stone ; with Veal aud Purk rather dull, at best qualities, particularly those from Essex, Friday's quotations. to realize an advance of Is. to 28.; aud an Full four filths of the Beasts appeared to he extra lot might have reached 63s. The trade about equal numbers of short-borns and in secondary descriptions, however, was dull, Devons (principally) Steers and Oxen, Scots, and prices unaltered. In bonded curn no and Norfolk home-breds, for the most part business travspiring.

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