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· East India Importations.

203 1814.] TEA, 282,012 Chests, con.

SUGAR.

HEMP. taining 2.49:304,152 lbs. viz. | 29,649 bags

9,411 bundles 9.369 packages Bohea

PEPPER.

SALTPETRE. 201,511 chests Congou and 3,220 bags and

193,703 bags Campoi 902,600 pounds

SPICES. 4.610 Souching &

SILK.

Cinnamon, 77 bales and Pekoe [ 1,415 bales China Raw

274,262 pounds 311,071

Twankay 4,128 Bengal do. Nutmegs, 711 casks and . 6,909 Hyson Skin & NANKEESS.

1,461 pounds 10,997 Hyson 183,133 pieces.

Mace,

4,110 casks and COFFEE. COTTON WOOL.

478 pounds 902 bales and 2,147 bags. 1,000 bales

Cloves, 230,000 pounds Privilege and Private Trade Goods. PIECEGOODS 1,124 bales | Cassia

34 chests MOTHER OF ? SILK 508 do.

419 bales PEARL DO. COT, WOOL 5,132 do,

596 boxes

4 tons COFFEE 27,750 bags Cardamums 10 casks COWRIES 86 boxes 2,500 bales

31 chests KEEMO SHELLS 24 SUGAR

412 bags CAMPHIRE 710 do GUMS RICE 25,455 do. 1,909 boxes Myrth

38 chests SAGO

389 do. RHUBARB 141 chests! Assafætida 87 do.
10 chests TINCAL
225 boxes 1

40 casks INDIGO 18,127 ao, RATTANS 23,500bundls.

34 hhds SIELLAC 159 du. ALKALI 140 tons Copal

8 chests STICL: C. 494 bags ALOES

74 casks Arabic

86 do. LIC DYE 333 chests

14 boxes Benjamin 66 do. LAC LAKE 302 do. ARSEVIC 100 do. Olibanum 17 do. SAFFLOWER 556 bales ANNISEEDS 13; chests Gambooge 75 do. VUNGEET 38,258 bundles GALANGAL

Kino

15 do. PEPPER

| ROOT }

600 bags ICAssIA OIL 11 do. Black 28,580 bags CHINA DO 119 cwt. CASTOR DO. 142 boxes White 280 do. TURMERIC 200 chests

27 kegs SPICES

1,972 bags KYAPOOTY DO. 13 cases Cloves 20 casks 115 tons SOY

240 jars 26 chests VERMILLION 80 chests

24 casks Cinnamon

29 do. TORTOISE Nutmegs

41 boxes 131 casks' SHELL > 41 boxes WOODS, 25,020 pieces 2,155 maunds 136 tons and 438 logs Redwood, 674 pieces Ebony,

50 'Teak and 100 Jarrol Pianks, 360 Deals, and 30,050 Ground Ratians. In addition to the above, there has been four or five ships from the Isles of France and Bourbon, laden with about 1,000 or 1,200 tons of coffee, sugar, cot100s, &c. &c. and two or three Country ships from other ports of India, chiefly aden with rice, the whole of which being exclusively for private account, no report has been inade' by the East India Company of the particulars of the cargoes; nor hare we as yet met with any report of the privilege and private trade goods by Seventeen slips from China, which renders the above statements defective, as the quantity of teas, silks, nankerns, cassia, and some other articles, for private acCount, hy so great a number of ships, is no doubt very considerable. We are almost indu :ed to suspect some sinister motive for withholding the report from the public.

The following goods remain declared for sale, Date of Sale.

Prompt. 1813, Sept. 30. 2,230 bales Cotton

• 2d Oct. 4. 1.,:145 bags Coffee and 5,000 bags Rice . • 27th Jan, 1814.

20,000 lbs. Mace, 80,009 lbs. Nutmegs, 160,000 lbs.

Cloves, 180,000 Cinnamon
800 oz. Oil of Mace, 704 oz. Oil of Nutmegs, 800 oz.

Oil ol Cloves, 425 oz. Oil of Cinnamon

Sundry small parcels of Private Trade Spices
Oct. 14. 2,122 bags of 316 lbs, each, and 740 do. 112 lbs. each,

Black Pepper, uncleared of a former sale
- 2,275 bags, of 316 lbs. each, Privilege Black Pepper
Oct. 25. 325 packages of sundry China, Rengal, and other Pris

vate Trade and Privilege Silks and Piece Goods 27th Feb.
Oct. 18. 6,798 chests of Indige

- 27th Jan. 1914, July 15. 11,573 do do.

. 26th May. NEW MONTHLY Mac.-No. 9.

Vol. II. Rr

Mace

204

COLONIAL MERCHANDIZE.
Statement shewing the balınce of Stock remaining in the West India Docks, London, just previous to the arrival of the first
Fleet, July 1, 1913; the Importation from that period up to the arrival of the first Fleet of the present Season, July 1, 1814;.
the decrease on delivery for Consumption within that time; the balance of Stock July 1, 1814, and the Importation from that date
up to September 16, 1814.

COFFEE. RUM. PIMENTO. GINGER COCOA. cort. LOG. FUST.

Balance of Stack, Joly 1. 1873 . . . . . . .
Imported, from July 1, 1813, to July 1, 181) .......
Delivered, from ditto

to dicto

......

Balance of Stock, July 1, 1814 .
Imported in 137 Ships by the first Leeward Island Fleet of 1814
Ditto. in 111 Ships by the first Jainnica

do. do.
Ditto in 71 Shing by the second Leeward Island Flert do,
Dillo in 60 Ships by the second Jamaica ditto do.
Total inportation froin July 1, 1814, to September 16, 1814 ..

SUGAR.
Casks. Boxes. Casks. Bris.& Bags. Puns. Casks. Bags. Casks. Bags. Casks. Bales. Bags. Tons. Tons.

24,775 4,617 37.43 150.239 8,770 190 4,980 80 930 920 5,100 - 14,360 3,370
173,46 0,506 $2,308 183,051 4 1,915 419 11.30951 1,370 792 7,071 51,311 5.521 858
186,793 3,214 49.764 1 62,616 43,613 36 8,117 473 1,362 1,147 9.193 54,346 7,263 1.702
11,418 3,909 30,971 111,374 3,057 245 7,412 456 938 495 3,418

12,618 2,526
64.088
1.+21 49 576 13.381

242 229 5.911 6,504 81 43
45,615 5,780 16,170 60.97 + 11,889 106 5,126 136 320

· 099

2.911 466
35.660 303 3,520 13,805 5,733 - 8 44 169 51 4,3.6 3,369

07
19.526 2,115 10,426 25,096 6,050 11 1,127 10 200 - 320

1,869 73
103,495 8,250 42,827 156,078 37,653 10 6,237 187 got 283 11:26

4,911 847

Colonial Merchandize and Exports.

COFFEE ...
SUGAR ...
RUM ....
PIMENTO .
PEPPER . . .
INDIGO ...
TEA • • ...
COTTON WOOL
.I. P. GOODS

Statement of Eaports of the undermentioned Articles from the Port of London ;
From July ei, to Sepi. 21, 1814.

Total Erportution Total Esportation of the
Sweden. Ports of the
Portugal, Spain, Mediter..

From January 1, preceding year, from
Denmark, Elbe, Weser,

Brahant, and Coast of Adriatic. Total, including to July 1, January 1, 10 Decem.
Russia. & Prussint. $ Ems. Holland. e France. Barbary, Lerant. all other parts.

1811.

ber 31, 1313.
20.800 58,147 3:1.709 31.812

2,774 149.607 cwt. 415,38 Cwt.

424,947 Cwt.
507 97,502 12,355 10,264

879 145.89 . 374,828 .

41 4.176
5,035 207,184 123,451 9,916 30,323 8,829 51,076 011.08? gals. 1.199,831 Gallons,

971,335 Galloos.
1,315
41.135 . '90,3.37 21.03 79.516

11,093 lbs. 818.10+ Lbs.

1.000 925 Lbs.
139.777 700.930 117.035 1,403.700

91.926
529,341 3,110,330 .. 6,130,102

5,150 113
14,404 70,271 382,570 27.703 611,218

128,91 1,415.719 , 3.8.31,726

3,457,100
113,415
393 71,978 75,590 178,503

323.056

2,850,176
20,192 75,318 20..909

1,001,000
3,789,366

4,460,92996
4,157 21,143 24,048 55,736 21.699

35,591 213,933 pieces. 903 94 Pieces.

1,851.358 Pieces. 23:37

970,715 Hides. 17,358 8,34)

62,537 bides 31,930

230,813 Hides.

172

HIDES

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BANKRUPTS.
FROY XUGUST 23 TO SEPTEMBER 23 INCLUSIVE.
There the address of the Solicitor is not mentioned, he must be understood to reside at the

jane place as the bankrupt. The Solicitors' names are between Parenthese. Anderson J. and J. Brown, Wormwood strret, Harrison W. Dartmouth street, army accoutrement merchants (Blackstone and Bunce, Temple

maker (Mills and Co. Parliament street Atkinsou J. Crutched Friurs, merchant (Kearsey leathfield M. and Co. Devon, cotton spinners and Spurt, Bishopsgate street

(Edge, Manchester Ancland W. J. Doncasier, saddler (Waterworth Hesketh S. Didsbury, Lancaster, cow dealer (Sar. Arre W. Spalding, merchant Mitchell jug. and geant and Milne, Manchester Rogers, Boston

Hubbard M. C. and 11. Oxford stroet, milliners Back W. Battel, spirit merch. (Child, Southwark (Blandford and Murray, Mitre court buildings Beggeley T. Lane Delph, china manufacturer Hyde 11. and Co. Tunstead, York, merchants (Plant, Newcastle

(Duck worth and Co. Manchester Baker W. Alton, mercer (Clement

Jutson w, Warminster, liuen draper (Ration, Bennister J. Newington Bulls, silversmith (Pope, Frome Selwood Morliford court

Leeds R. Norwicb, brush maker (Bignold and Bates J. Bishop Stortford, draper (Wilde, War. Bickersteth wick square

Leonard S. and W. Spiring, Bristol, brewers (Brice Bennett O. Norfolk str tailor (Searl, Fetter lane Longstaff I. Cloak lane, scrivener (Alliston and Berger G.S. Upper Tl:ames Street, blue maker Co. Freeman's court (Lambe aud Co. Princes street, Bank

Manton J. Birininghamı, factor (Webb Beswick T. Manchester, warehouseman (Hadfield May J. Toines, wine mercbant (Lamb and Co. Birkiashaw N, Oulwoods, Derby, timber merchant Princes street, Bank (Fowler, Burton upon Trent

Mitchinson P. Gateshead, rope maker (Seymour, Blackwell F. N. Houghton, Hunts, miller (Wells, Newcastle upon Tyne jun. llantingdon

Moore Hl. Alrewas, cheese factor (Stubbs and Co. Boues J. & J. Leominster, linen drapers (Nicholls Birmingham Broad J. Joiner's street, St. George's fields, dealer Moore W. and E. Ripon, Max dressers (Ilirst, (Rogers and Son, Manchester buildings

North Allerton Brown J. Springfield, Essex, coal merchant (Wade. Mottershead J. Habergliam Eaves, cotton spinner son and Co. Austin Friars

(Sbaw, Burnley Browa R. Aston, builder (S.ubbs & Co. Birmingham O'Donoghue 11. C. Bristol, dealer (Smith Brown R. Worcester, gloves (Long

Parke W. T. Long acre, music dealer (Hutchinson Byroup D. East Smithfield, haberdasher (Scott, and Immott, Brewers' hall Gray's ion square

Pralt J. Tottenhall, iroumonger (Smith, Wolver. Cabbell J. Kilmersdon, Somerset, cordwainer (Eve hampton red, Slepton Mallet

Pratt J. Eynesbury, farmer (Day, St. Neots Cardweli w. Liverpool, coach maker (Leather Pullin G. and D. Thomas, Bristol, chernists (Bevan Carrulaers T, Oakshaw lill, @umberland, butter Ratford H. and R. Manley, Rochester, tailor dealer (Hodgson, Carlisle

(Walker, Chancery lane Cassidy T. Hemel Heinpstead, draper (Parton, Ridley 6. Tenbury, Worcester, baker (Godson Walbrook

Sanderson A. Limehouse, coal inerchant (Welch, Clulow L. New Mills, Derby, cotton spinner (Jepe Nicholas lane son, Manchester

Sawyer J. M. Princes street, Lothbury, bill broker Croft, T. Mauchester, percbant (Hamer

(Pasmore, Waroford court Dolplein J Leamington, confectioner (Burbury, Seamans J. Hasleworth, butcher (White and Wood. Warwick

cock Douglas W.F. Aldersgate st. baker (West, Wapping Simco S. Woodstock, druggist (Cheek, Eveshamn Pacey A. aod A. jun. Hatherleigni, farmers (llart. Smith J. and J. Bristol, cabinet malers (Hayacs ley, Bristol

Spiring W. Bristol, nurseryman (Frankis Faulkner J. and Co. Crutched Friars, merchants Spry J. Bath, apothecary (Cruttwell (Tomlinsous and Co. Copthall court

Thornton J. Leeds, broker (Ward Ford J. Uley, Gloucester, clothier (Vizard, Dursley Tregent J. and J. P. Birmingham, auctioneers ratherley T. Gosport, merchant (Callaway, Ports. (Dinely, Pershore mouth

Warren W. Manchester, horse dealer (Hewilt and Fox G. Thayer street, surgeon (Elcke, Pinders' Kirk hall, Old Broad street

Webb R. Bath, baker (Sheppard and Co. Frost R. K. Launceston, maltster (Walker, Chan. Webb W. Maiden lane, Wood street, hosier (Colc, cery lane

Wood street Gibson J. jun. Cheapside, warehousemaa (Wil Wells G. Spofforth, linen manufacturer (Granger, frams, Cursitor street

Leeds Halstead C. and J. Mottershead, cotton spinners Wise B. Cheltenham, carpenter (Haitley, Bristol (Shaw, Burnley

Yoldon R. Ingsdon mulls, Devon, miller (Ser. Halton W. Dean street, tailor (Oldham, Earl street combe, Exeter dlardey N. Wormwood street, merchant (Blaud. Young T. Milverton, and R. Young, Taunton, ford and Murray, Temple

bukers (Flood and Mules, Honiton. Harrison ). Newcastle upon Tyne, cors merchant

(Carr

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DÍVIDENDS,
Adams B. Bucklershard, Hants, ship bailder, Oct. * Jones C. Cannon street, merchant, Oct. 4
Adams E. Whitcornbe street, bit inaker, Sept. 1. Jones J. Chester, linen draper, Oct. 3
Allen W. and J. Woir, Clerkenwell green, jewellers, Judkins T. Chester, lineu diaper, Oct. 1
Sept. 13

Juxon E. and c. Birininghain, brass founders, Baier C. Bristol, seedsman, Oct. 8

Oct. 10 Bennett 'T. Long acre, ironmonger, Oct. 25

Kay R. Bedale, York, grocer, Oct. 4 Beswick J. Stockport, grocer, Sept. 21

Kemp 'T. Koaresborough, yarn spinger, Sept. 92 Bilham J. Norwich, grocer, Oct. 7

Kettle J. Liverpool, timbe inerchant, Sept. 30 Blackburn R. Mount street, Whitechapel road, King W. H. Fleet lane, cabinet maker, Oct. 1 master pasiner, Oct. 11

Linschoten F A. L. Hackney road, colour manba. Blease J. Marstou, dealer, Oct. 17

facturer, Sept. 15 Boileau D. Hull, mercbant, Sept. 23

Major W. Norwichi, shawl manufacturer, Oct. 29 Boss T. and Co. Liverpool, tailors, Sept. 19

Matthews I. G. Hythe, halter, Oct. 1 Bray W. F. Broad street, Carnaby market, auc. Moffett J. Newcastle upon Tyne, butcher, Ort. 29 tioneer, Oct. 1

Mortleman J. Lowestoft, lan berdasher, Oct. 6 Bridgeinan T. Birmingham, saddler, Sept. 17

Moses S. Watford. Herts, watchmaker, Oct. I Prown II. Tynanoutlı, slip owner, Sept. 27

Moss J. Bloxwich, Stafford, malister, Oct. 15 Burrows R. and W. Wivu, Upper Thames street, Neal J, Worcester, iouholder, Sept. 26 merchants, Sept. 2:3

Pain J. Peckham, bricklayer, Sept. 17
Boit E. Sitney, Coruwall, corn factor, Sept. 91 l'ark G. North Shields, anchorsmith, Sept. 19
Caddy J. S, aud T. Brown, llull, grocers, Oct. 11 Parker G. Sun street, grocer, Sept. 30
Carpenter E. J. Deal, wine merchant, Sept. 11

Penncil W. jun. Queenhithe, miercharit, Sept, 30 Chiberlain T. Liceon grove, rictualler, Oct. 17 Pereira D. L. Artillers place, underwriter, Sept. 30 Constable M. and J. Southwark, tlour factors, Nov.

1 Filigrin J. Twyuchai, Hants, builder, Oct ce (ook W. Liverpool, micrcliant, Oct. 19

Pinchin T. S:ackton, spirit merchant, Oct. 10 Coppiu T. M Guest Prescoil st. perchant, Sept. 9 Power N. Old Broad siect, merchant, Oct. 2 L'avis J. and T. H. Lloyd, Lothbury, clothieis, Richardson H. and Co. Euston squase, brickOct 3

inahers, Sept. 13 Dowding R. Warpin Wall, cooper, Oct. 11

Rickett J. Oundle, banker, Oct. 1. Dathy J. B Whitechapel, grocer, Oct. l.

Robson 1. Bishopwearmouth, ship builder, Sept. 19 Laton J, Crooked lane, (annon stieet, trunk maher, Rose W. Kensington, brower, Oct. Oct. 1

Russell D, Bathi, chinuman, Sept. + Talon P. Witton, timber merchant, Oct. 17

Schafier ) London road, hoor.cloth manufacturer, Lhington J. Birmingham, lortoise shell case maker, Sept. 30 Oct. 3

Shuttleworth II. Ludgate hill, optician Oct. 6 Fawcett W. Liserpool, merchant, Sept 27

Southall R. and Co. Dudley, nail ironmonger, Fillou G. Liverpool, inerchant, Sept. 21

Oct. 1 liber W. Canlıridge, woollen draper, Sept. 17 Steele T. Chester, woollen draper, Oct 18 Post J. Doncaster, innholder, Sept. 22

Stevenson A. jun. Newcastle upou Tyne, ship Orard J. G. Basinghall street, merchant, Oct.

cwper, Oct. 29 Gill R. Birminghain, draper, Oct. 6

Stores G Northallerton, innkerjier, Oct. 13 Croodhall T. Philpot lane, incrchant, Oct. 99

Stafford T. Jlolborn bil, haberdasher, Nov. 13 Gordon J. Copthall court, inerchant, Oct. 92

Swain on L. Nag's llead court, insurance broker, (iriliths R. Kuighion, Radnor, draper, Oct. 17 Sykes J. Allmondhury, clothier, Sept. 27 Hall 11. juo. Chiswellstrert. cheespmonger, Oct. 29 Türry J. Colchester, lineu draper, Sept. 17 Tall S. Bristol, ironmonger. Oct. 12

Taylor W. New Malton, linen draper, Oct. 11 llanson J. St. John steet, Cierkenwell, innkeeper, Terple S. Jarrow, Durbani, ship builder, Sept. 19 Oct. 3

Thistle E. Bridge street, Vauxhall, mercer, Oct. A Harnett W. jun. Canterbury, tanner, Sept. 28 Thomas H Neatls, scriviber, Oe. Harritz J. Limchonsa, timber merchant, Oct. I Thompson J. and C. M'Adam, Liverpool, mer II:wke ley J. Arnold, merchaot, Oct. 10

chants, Oct. 10 llays J. Lower East Smithfield, collar maker, Tubbs D. Liverpool, merchant, Sept, 22 Sept. +

Tudbali w. Taunton, grocer, Oct. 7 lleppell J. Morkwearmouth, sail maker, Sept. 19 Tyerinan J. Brompton, York, linen draper, Oct. 19 Herbert T. Seaford, butcher, Oct. 1

Walker T. aou Co. Kirk Bridge, York, flax spinFlocket J. Barfield. Berks, carpenter, Oct. ?

ners, Oct. 11 Iloit D. Lexdeo, miller, Sept. 30

Watling J. jun. Shipdam, Norfolk, shopkceper, Hornby W. and Co. Lincolu, bankers, Sept. 29

Sept. 23 Howells W. Leominster, innkeeper, Oct. 19

Watts W. Bristol, hosier, Sept. 27 Howgale J. abu J. jun. Wakefield, mauufacturers, Wellings T. Whitechapel, painter, Oct. 15 Sept. 30.

Williams J. Oxford street,

er, Sept. 17 Ivory J. Mask lane, broker. Oct. 1

Withey R. Charter House strect, twine maker, Jurison F. jun. Great Dritfield, druggist, Sept. 30 Oct. 29 James T. Wapping street, oilman, Sept. 27

Young T. Machen, Monmouth, dealer, Oct. 17 Joncs R. Chester, wine merchant, Sept. 20

CERTIFICATES. Adkins J. Warkworth, tanner, Oct. &

Bilham J. Norwich, grocer, Oct. 4 Ball J. Burr street, virtualler, Sept. 24

Brooks W. Paddington, corn dealer, Sept. 1 Barrett J. Plymouth dock, victuailer, Oct. 1

Bush R. Norwich, miller, Sept. 20 Bentham J. Yarın, York, incrchant, Oct. 1

Colshed R. Liverpool, watchmaker, Oct. 6

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Coombes J. and I. Shadsell dock, coopers, Oct.11.
Copland R. jun. Liverpool, merchant. Sept. 17
Crawford R. Newcastle upon Tyne, grocer, Sept. S7
Daris ). Marston More* aine, Prds, butcher, Oct.
Duti R. Roseinary lade, inealman, Oct. 11
Dake M. York, combinanufacturer, Oct. 1
Evans L. Chineford mills, Essex, Aour actor, Oct. 8
Few J. Doraham, farmer, Sept. 17
Field I. Southainpton place, St. Mary-le-bone,

chemisl, Sept. 20
Hara 1. Tolles, innkeeper, Oct. 1
Helly R. Tottenham Court road, baker, Oct. 11
Heaghlan W. Harrington, Lancaster, builler,

Sept. 27
Heibert T. Seaford, butcher, Oct. 1
Hum). York street, Commercial road, merchant,

Sept. 97
Hobsoa J. Stockport, cot:on spinner, Sept. 24
Ho lett W. Deptford, merchant, Sept. 17
Horari W. Woodford, brickmaker, Sept. 21
Isa: 1. Plymou h, slopseller, Oct. 3
Jackson W. Braumaris, Sept. 27
Jenkias J. Rotnerbithe, timber merchant, Sept. 17
Korles A. Elthain place, Kerl strect, iuk inan

furturer, Sept. 21
lum ). Stockport, cotton spioner, Oet 8 .
leukshear W. jun. Little Chelsea, surgeon, Oct. 8
Lyte T Cauterbury, draper, Oct. 8
Lewis A and S. St. Ja:pcs's street, coffee-house

keepers, Oct. 11
Lexis P. R. and J. Jackson, S: rand, silk mercers,

Oct 11
Lufkia S. Groswell street, linen draper, Ort. 4
Martin P Oxford Street, bookseller, Oct. 1
Nichard G. New Sarum, dealer. Oct.
Wortleman J. Lower ott, haberdasher, Oct. 11
Needhara R. Manchester, merchant, Sept. 27
Puke S. Pichering Murshos, York, innkeeper,
i Oct. &

Parker J. Deal, cabinet maker, Oct. 1!
Parkin W. Sand Multon, York, cattle jobber,

Sept. 20
Panny J. Nottingham, haberilasher, Oct. 11
Percas l'. King's sow, Mile-end, compresser of baya

St, t. 20
Perry I'. and J Gloucester, coʻchmakers, Oct. +
Phelps R. and T. Presdce, Newnhala, linea drapers,

Oct. +
Pilton J. Chelsea, ironmoucer, Oct. 11
Polding J Liverpool, tinher merchant, Oct. 6
Pollert J. Cockermouth, draper, Sept 20
Preedy J. Chipping Norton, currier, Sept. 37
Price R. Regency place, Blackfriars road, surgeon,

Sept. 17
Revett W. Blue Anchor rond, miller, Oct. B
Roberts J. Nottingham, hosier, Oct, 11
Rodway J. Somers Town, baker, Oct.
Rye S. Exhamn, brewer, Sept. 17
Solomon S. M. Burniigharn, pencil inaker, Sept. :Y
Sparrow $. jun, Store street, upholsterer, Sept. 17
Stunton J. New boaci, Tottenhain Courl, statuary,

Oct. +
Thompson F. sen, and jun. Paternoster row, bre.

kurs, Sppl. 17
Thompson I. Kecule Grove, Cumberland, more

chizut, Sept. 27
Townsend W. Bristol, haberdasher, Sept 27

sociale G. Out ord street liven draper, Oct. 1
Walker II. II. Italifax, yer, Oct. 3
Waters ... Newport, Mounoutla, coal merchant.

Sept. 17
West G.S contes, con merchant, Oct. R
Wales W. York row, Kemington roa11, corn factor.

Oct 1
Williamson D. Liverpool, limner, Sept. ?!
Windsurl.jun. Birminghan, contractor of arms

gun cheslo, Utt. 8

Do. Scrip

Prices of Cunul and Dock Property, &c.

Canals. PER SHARE. | London. . 991. a 971. a 951, a gol. per ct. 4. Birmingham dix, 301, . . . . . 6501. West India . . . . 1581, a 1561. per ct. Cresterfield, div. 61. . . . . . 100l.

Insurance Companies. PEK SHARE. Coventry, div. 401. ...... 8001, Eagle, 501. sh., 51. pd. Dudley, div. 21. . . . . 451. a 45l. 1os. ! Globe, 1001. sh., div.ol. . . . . 1121. Ellesmere and Chester, div. 47. . . 8+1. | Hope, 501. per sh., 51. pd... 241. a 251. Grand Janction, div. 71. 2191. a 2201. a 2181. Imperial, 5001. sh. 501. pd. . 491. a 481. 10%. Grand Union . . . . , 031, 103. a 9.21. | Rock, 201.sh., 21. pd. ; 21. 155. a 21.145.

Royal Exchange . . . . . . . 265/. Grand Surrey . . . . . . 601. 10$.

Water-Works. PER SHARF. Do. Optional Loan. . . . . 101. dis. East London .... 701 Grand Western, 70 paid ... 541. dis. Grand Junction, 501. sh. .. 341. a 351. Hoddersfield . . . . . . . 141. 10s. Kent, 100l, sh, . . . . . . 321, 10%. Kennet and Avon . . . . . 221. 55.

Bridges. Do. New 171. pd. ... 151. 105. a 16l. Strand, 1001, share . . . . . . 201, Lancaster, div, il.. 191. a 191. 105, Do. Annuities. 121. 105. a 101, a 111, 103. Leicester and Northampton, os } 1301. a 1331.

. Literary Instilutions. Old Union. . . . J

London, 75gs. sh. . . . . . . 451. Monmouthshire, div. 101.. ... 1601. Russell, 25gs, sh. . . . . . . 1983. Docks.

Surrey, 3083. sh. · · · · 12gs. a 14gs. Commercial, div. 81. per cent. 1451. per ct.

Miscellaneous. Do. New ..... 201. a 151. per sh. Auction Mail, 501. sh.... 201. pet sh, East Country, .. , 451. per sh. I

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