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tions of the United Kingdom has transpired Wheat. Barley. Flour. within the last month. Russia has, how1822. 26,258 2,574 31,135 ever, been obliged, it should seem, to relax 1823. 25,212 2,019 30,686 in some degree its rigorous system of pro1824. 27,925 1,184 29,161 hibitions and heavy import duties. An Sales.
Ukase, signed some time back, but only Wheat. Barley.
lately published, allows the importation, 1822. 37,116 2,066
duty free, of white calicoes, for the purpose 1823. 36,610 1,729
of being printed upon ; no white calicoes at 1824. 31,778 1,280
all suitable for the purpose being manu. From the foregoing statement it does not factured in Russia. The negociations for a appear that there is any sufficient difference commercial treaty with the Netherlands in the arrivals or the sales to lead to the sup- are still pending. position of a great demand on the part of Cotton. The business done in the cot. the merchants. By the number of quarters ton market during the last month has been sold over and above the quantity arrived very trifling, and as far as East India delast, there does appear to have been some scriptions are concerned, is nearly at a demand in consequence of the supposed stand, awaiting the result of the sale at the failure of the crop and the expected rise. India House, which will take place on The late fall in the price of flour also gives Friday the 24th. The prices at the comreason to suppose, that the demand for mencement of this month, and which have that article is small, or that the millers hardly varied since, were as follows:-By have taken advantage of the abundance of private contract, Bengals 5}d. to 5 d.; water, and sent a large quantity into the Surats 54d. to 64d. ; Madras 5£d. to 64d.; market. The average prices of the dif- Paras 91d.; Boweds 7d. to 8d. all in ferent years are rather more at variance, bond; and by public sale, Carthagenas this year being considerably the highest. 67d. and 7fd. duty paid, 6 d.; Boweds But although this might indicate a demand, 8jd. ; Orleans 93d. in bond. some slight demand on the part of the mer The sales at Liverpool in four weeks chants is still much more likely to arise have been 32,910 bags; the arrivals 30,835 from the power of the farmers to hold their bags. stock, and thus to create an advance. If Sugar.-In the last week of August any great advance in the price of grain was little was done, and the holders being disanticipated there would be ground for sup- posed to sell, prices declined a little. Full posing that some anxiety to buy would prices were paid for lumps for the Hamdisplay itself, but it is scarcely probable that burgh market. In the following weck the in the face of an acknowledged productive buyers were much inclined to purchase, harvest-knowing that even last year, with and would have taken large parcels if the a deficient crop, and with a demand greater holders would have given way 6d. or ls. per by 3000 quarters than during the same cwt. but they were very firm, and few sales period this year—knowing that although were reported. There were considerable the same quantity of flour has come into deliveries from the West India warehouses. the market during the same period this year Foreign sugars were in demand, and conas during last, and that the price has fal- siderable sales were effected ; good white len,-it is scarcely probable that the mer. Havannah 36s. to 38s.; yellow 28s.; chants would in the face of all these facts brown Brazil 32s. Last week the demand be very anxious to purchase.
for Muscovades increased, and some of the The turnip crop has been greatly im. holders being disposed to sell a shade proved by the late rains, and those late lower, to induce buyers to come forward, sown will be forwarded with such rapidity considerable purchases were reported. Very that they promise most abundantly. little has been done this morning, the
The averages are for wheat 578. 8d. buyers wishing to see the result of the pubbarley 32s. Id. and oats 23s. 2d.
lic sales ; 200 hogsheads of St. Lucca sold The hop picking is now general, and the heavily at prices 1s. per cwt. under the quality is said to be good. Prices sold previous market currency, 528. 6d. to 578. ; from 100s. to 120s. but few pockets came 130 casks of Barbadoes sold at the previous to market.
sales, 55s. to 678. 6d. In the refined mar. For beef and mutton there was a free ket, the fine descriptions are neglected ; demand in Smithfield.-Lamb is however the low are in request, and sell at full a heavy sale.—The highest for beef is 4s. prices ; 127 bags of Mauritius sugar sold and for mutton 4s. 4d. and for lamb 5s. 2d. on Friday, fine yellow at 23s. 6d. to 24s. ;
fine brown 228. ; molasses remain at
258. 6d. Sept, 21, 1824. Coffee. In the last week of August We do not find that any thing particu- prices advanced 28. to 38. per cwt. and the v affecting the foreign commercial rela. tiner descriptions 45. to 6s.per cwt. Though
there have been some fluctuations the prices. the north, or into Lancaster Sound, and have in general kept up, only such large perhaps be shut in by the ice. The prices parcels of Jamaica were brought forward are nominal. Greenland new parcels 231. that a reduction of Is. per cwt. took place. Seed oils rather lower. Other descriptions supported the late cur. Silk.— The silk trade continues very rency, but the market this day week brisk, Bengals and Chinas at the advance was without briskness. The public sales of of ls, to ls. 6d. per lb. on the late India coffee last week went off very heavily, and House sale prices, and the request extenall the ordinary descriptions of British sive at the improvement. plantation and foreign were 1s. to 2s. per Hemp, Flax, and Tallow. The tallow cwt. lower ; all the qualities from middling market has been very heavy ; yellow candle to fine maintained the former currency, and tallow of 1823 quoted 348. 3d. and new sold freely ; St. Domingo, of middling qua 34s. 9d. and for August and September lity, sold 61s. 6d. There were two public shipments 348. 9d. The last letters from sales of coffee this forenoon, 163' casks Petersburgh state, the prices of 100 roubles ; British plantation, 583 bags foreign ; the Exchange 94d.—Hemp is a shade lower. latter good ordinary pale St. Domingo, ra- .-In Flax there is no alteration. ther mixed, 61s. to 6ls. 6d. and 623. The There appears some revival in the de. British plantation coffee went off steadily at mand for Tallow this morning, and Tallow the prices of last week; the middling and of 1823 may be quoted 348. 9d. ; 1824, fine continue to sell at exceedingly high 358. 6d.-Hemp is also in more request, prices. Generally of the coffee market to and rather higher. day, there is more appearance of firmness Rum, Brandy, and Hollands.—The than for some time past.
accounts from France respecting the vinSpices on the whole have been in good tage are very unfavourable ; the prices of demand, especially Pimento. Nutmegs Brandy are from 4d. to 6d. per gallon are in request at 28. 11d. to 3s. 1d. Pi. higher than in London: the quantity here mento of good quality 84d. Black pepper prevents any advance, but the market is rather heavy. White pepper has advanced evidently firmer ; the nominal price of 1s. per lb. owing to the loss of a vessel Brandy housed 2s. 7d. ; the state of the with a large quantity on board, and the trade, from the late failure, prevents any East India Company having none in their transactions in Spirits.-Rum remains nowarehouses.
minally the same as we have lately quoted, Salt petre at a public sale this forenoon, but the purchases lately reported are quite no refraction, 35 tons, sold 21s. to 21s. 6d. inconsiderable-For the Geneva on the Oils.—Little has been doing, in expecta- quay ls. 10d. is asked, but
ere are as yet tion of news from Davis' Straits ; but it is no purchases. now generally apprehended, that the ac The first sale of Brandy for some time counts will be very bad; it is thought is just reported, housed at 2s. 7d. the vessels may have ventured too far to
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the lady of E. Filder, Esq. a.son.
the lady of Frederick Cass, Esq. a son. 10. At Charlecote, the lady of George Lucy, Esq.
MP. son and heir. 12. At Rusball, Wilts, the lady of the Rev. Wm.
Ramsden, a daughter. 14. In Upper Wimpole-street, the lady of F. H.
Mitchell, Esq. a son. - At Upper Homerton, the lady of Thos. Pares,
Jun. Esq. MP. a son. 13. At Ealing, the lady of the Rev. Henry Harvey,
MA, a son. 19. In Upper Baker-street, Portman Square, the
Jady of James Locke, Esq. Surgeon, a son and
daughter. 21. Lieut. Col. Rolt, CB. and KTS. of the Second
or Queen's Royals, to Anne. youngest daughter of
of Edward Wolstenholme, Esq. a son.
ley, son of the Earl of Berkeley, to Caroline,
Esq. 28. Ai Reynoldston, Glamorganshire, John Nicho.
las Lucas, Esq. eldest son of John Lucas, Esq. of Stont Hall, in the same county, to letitia, youngest daughter of the late Nicholas Loftus Tottenham, Esq. many years Member for the county of Wexford, and grand daughter of the late Sir James May, Bart. of Mayfield, in the county of Waterford, and cousid to the Mar quisses of Ely and Donegal. 31. At Lambeth, the Rev. Bernard John Ward,
tbird son of the Right Hon. Robert Ward, of Bangor Castle, in the connty of Down, to 1sa. bella Frances, youngest daughter of the late Robert Phillips, Esg. of Longworth, in the county of Hereford.
- At St. George's, Hanover Square, Lieut.-Col. Lately, . at Blythe Hall, Warwickshire, Lady
Allen, late of the 23d Lancers, to Miss Mitchell, Georgiana West. eldest daughter of the late Col. Campbell Mitchell, and niece to Lady Fletcher, of Ashley Sept. 2: Jeffery Foot, Esq. of the Holly Park
one of the aldermen of the city of Dublin. Park, and to Lady Leitb.
After an illness of three days, in his 40th year, - At Mary-le-bone Church, by the Rev. C. Shef.
Mr. J. H. Bohte, of York-street, Covent-Garfield, the Rev. Henry L. Neave, second son of Sir Thomas Neave, Bart. to Agnes Ann, eldest
den, Foreign Bookseller to his Majesty. daughter of the late Rev. Sir Robert Sheffield,
3. At Woburn, the Hon. Mrs. Seymour, wife of
Henry Seymour, Esq. and daughter of the late Bart.
George Viscount Torrington.
4. In Tavistock-place, aged 65, Jesse Gregson, of Joseph Hayne, Esg. of Haddon, Jamaica,
Esg, of Moor-house, Hawkhurst, Kent. and of Burdrop Park, Wilts.
- Aged 54, Catherine Lady Lawson, wife of Sir - At Shrewsbury, Richard, son of Bryan Smith,
Henry Lawson, Bart, of Brough Hall, in the
county of York. Esq. of Liverpool, to Mary done, daughter of W. Egerton Jeffreys, Esq. of Coton Hill, Salop.
6. At Linstead Lodge, Kent, aged 57, the Right 6. At Swansea, by the Rev. Thos. Morris, the Rev.
Hon. John Roper Lord Teynham. His Lord. George Wm. Fauquier, to Caroline, sister of Sir
ship dying unmarried, is succeeded by his first John Morris, Bart. of Sketty Park, in the county
Cousin, Henry Francis Roper Curzon, eldest of Glamorgan.
son of the laté Hon. Francis Roper. His re
mains were interred at Linstead on the 16th. 8. At Lanchester, Durham, the Hon. and Rev. Edward Grey, brother to Earl Grey, to Miss
At Brompton, Huntingdonshire, in his 90th Elizabeth Adair, niece to Lady Clavering, of
year, William Palmer, Esq. one of the DirecAxwell Park, in the same county.
iors of Greenwich Hospital, and upwards of 30 - William Warren Hastings, Esq. of Gray's Inn,
years one of His Majesty's Commissioners of to Sophia, eldest daughter-and John Nelson; 7. At Cranbrook, Kent, Mrs. King, wife of Mr. Esq. of Doctor's Commons, eldest son of the late R. A. Nelson, Esg. Secretary of the Navy,
King, banker, of that place. to Caroline, second daughter-of Dr. Burrows,
9. At his residence, jn Berkeley-square, in his of Gower-street, Bedford Square.
76th year, John Viscount Hampden, who had - At Manchester, Lieut.-Col. Sir Thomas Reade,
succeeded to the title only a few days. The title to Agnes, eldest daughter of Rich. Clogg, Esq.
and estates now devolve upon the Right Hon. of Longsight Lodge.
George Earl of Buckingham. (See above.) 9. At Caversham Park, by special license, Sir
10. At Scarborough, Gawan Taylor, Esq. Thomas Elmsley Croft, Bart. to Sophia Jane,
12. Near Southainpton, in his 730 year, the Rev. only child of the late Richard Lateward, Esq. of
Sir Charles Rich, Bart. Ealing Grove, Middlesex.
16. At Kentish-town, aged 66, Dr. Clough, of
Berner's-street. 11. At St. Margaret's, Westminster, by the Bishop of Chichester, John Mitchell, Esg. MP. to Eliza,
16. In Baker-street, aged 70,. Lieut.-General eldest daughter of John Eliot, Esq. of Pimlico
Andrew Anderson, of the Hon. East India Lodge.
Company's service, on their establishment of - At St. Mary's, Lambeth, James W. Cooper,
19. At Newbold Conyers, Warwickshire, the resi. Esq. of the Treasury, to Harriet Augusta, daughter of Thomas Evans, Esq. of Park Place, Ken.
dence of her nepbew, Edward Willis, Esq. Su. nington.
sanna, the lady of Sir Robert Peel, Bart. in her 14. Ai Kirkdeighton, John Evans, Esq. of Tavistock Square, to Mary Anne, youngest daughter
23. At his house in Burton Crescent, having com. of the Rev. Dr. Geldart, of Barnewell Priory,
pleted, within a few days, his 81th year, Major Cambridgeshire, and Rector of Kirkdeighton,
John Cartwright, a strenuous friend of civil and in the county of York.
religious liberty.' He was third son of William 15. By special license, at Rear Admiral Digby's,
Cartwright, Esg. of Marnham, Notts. He enHarley-street, by the Bishop of Bath and Wells,
tered the Navy in 1756, under Lord Howe, being Lord Ellenborough, to Jane Elizabeth Digby,
then 18 years of age; in the same year he was
at the siege of Cherbourg, and in ihe next in only daughter of Rear Admiral Digby, and Vis
the action where Sir E. Hawke defeated Concountess Andover, and grand daughter of T. W. Coke, Esq. MP. of Holkham, Norfolk.
flans. Major Cartwright was the author of se16. At Burnley, the Rev. W. Thursby, second son
veral Political Treatises, of which the earliest of John Hervey Thursby, Esq. of Abington
were those written during the American war, in abbey, Northamptonshire, and of Harding.
favour of the independence of that country. In stone in the same county, to Eleanor Mary,
1780 he was the original mover of a meeting in eldest daughter of John Hargreaves, Esq. of
the county of Notts, for Parliamentary Reform, Ormerod-house, Lancashire.
in beball of which he continued, until a very 16. At Bolton Percy, by His Grace the Archbishop
late period, to exert himself most warmly, conof York, Georgiana, youngest daughter of Arch
stantly attending all public meetings connected
with that object. deacon Markhain, to George Baillie, Esq. eldest son of George Baillie, Esq. of Jerviswode,
- At his house in Bedford Square, Thos. LeverScotland.
ton, Esq. one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace, for the counties of Surrey, Kent, and
Middlesex, and for the city of Westminster. DEATHS.
Fanny, daughter of William Armstrong, Esq, Aug. 16.-In Upper Gower-street, Lady Elizabeth,
of Mohallitfe, in the county of Tipperary, and wife of Lord Maurice Drummond.
grand-daughter of the late Archbishop of fuam. 20. In Green-street, Grosvenor-square, Thomas
At Dairsie, Fifeshire, the Rev. Robert M'Culloch, Sept. 11, 1740, and succeeded his father, August
DD. Minister of that parish, in the 85th year of 22, 1788. He was twice married, first (June
his age, and the 63d of his ministry. 13th, 1768), to Catherine, only daughter of Ge.
ABROAD. neral David Græme; secondly (July 12th, 1805), Sept. 16.–At four o'clock in the morning.. His to Miss Brown, sister of Lady Wedderburn. Most Christian Majesty, Louis Stanislaus He was succeeded by his brother, who is since Xavier XVIII, King of France. He was born dead. (See Sept. 9.)
at Versailles, Nov. 19th, 1755; in 1771, he 24. At the residence of his son, in the Vale of married Maria Josephine Louisa of Savoy (who
Neath, the Right Hon, the Earl of Dupraven, died in 1810); he succeeded as King in 1795, aged 72.
and was restored in 1814. He is succeed29. Mr. Patrick, Surgeon, of Devonshire-street, ed by his brother the Count d'Artois, now Queen-square.
Charles X. 30. At Brighton, the Hon. Mrs. Frances Wall, At Zante, on his return from Athens, Edward,
daughter of the late Lord Fortrose, and sister third son of Christopher Blackett. Esq. of to the Earl of Seaforth.