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COMMERCIAL REPORT.-January 1820. Sugar. The demand for Sugar continues limited, and the market dull. Prices may ir des ces be stated as without variation. The stock on hand is very considerable, as the consumpt

for the internal trade during last year has materially decreased. The exports to the Conrurales tinent are also much curtailed, from the

influx of Sugars from Cuba, Brazils, and the East diens, u Indies. The general opinion, however, seems to be, that Sugar has seen the lowest point no regime in the scale. The crops in the Windward and Leeward Islands have certainly been very

materially injured from excessive dry weather during the months of August and 12

September, and from subsequent hurricanes. The consumpt for this year, both in this it de We country and on the Continent, will, in all probability, greatly exceed what this has been plopédit during the last year, as it is scarcely possible that business of any kind can remain long ,148

in the state of stagnation it has so long done.-Coffee. The market for Coffee continues tois Média lerably good.

The fluctuations are, however, considerable; and its value depends altogether upon the advices from the Continent, where the chief consumpt is. It is the only kc da he article of commerce which has, during the terrible pressure upon the mercantile world,

maintained any thing like a proper value. It is likely to continue to do so; and we canListorie X not see any probability of any great rise taking place in the value of this article.-Cotton. 11. folia The market for Cotton continues much in the

same state as at the date of our last Report. The general appearance, however, is rather favourable to an advance. The imports are d'Histere considerably less than for the preceding year, while the consumpt is increased, owing to s, is the great quantities of the coarser kinds of Cotton Twists, which have been exported to the

Continent. The quantity of American Cotton on hand is not reckoned large, and there is the appearance of an advance upon that description. The stock of East India Cotton on hand, at all the ports, is still very considerable, and will tend to keep the markets more depressed.

It is unnecessary to make a single observation on any other article of trade. We refer our readers to our quotations to be their guide. Every thing remains in a most languid and depressed state. Grain continues to decline, and the agricultural interests will now begin to feel severely the tremendous pressure which has so long weighed down the commercial world.

We cannot, with the commencement of the new year, congratulate our readers upon any revival of trade. The accounts from foreign markets still continue unfavourable, but we are certain, that these disastrous accounts which we have so long had the painful duty to relate, both regarding our internal and external trade, are now near, very near, a close. The tide of affairs is about to turn, and commercial matters about to wear a more cheerful appearance than these have long done. We are not, however, to expect any great immediate amendment. It must be slow, but it will be sure and progressive ; and it is to be hoped, that those fatal errors which have occasioned so much embarrassment and distress, will in future be carefully avoided and guarded against. The revenues of the country, notwithstanding all the pressure that has been on the commercial world, continue in a prosperous state. The deficiency from the previous year is comparatively trifling, and the future holds out a better prospect of peace and prosperity. The firmness of government, and the good sense of the country, has come forward to stem those demoralizing doctrines and principles which threatened this nation with destruction ; and we fondly hope those delusive theories and frantic schemes, with which factious men have so long agitated and alarmed this country, will be heard of no more. But we are nevertheless sensible, that it will require our rulers to keep a watchful eye over the future proceedings of the factious men with which this country abounds, in order to save the country from further trouble and mischief.

In our next we hope to be able to give the chief imports of this country.

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Course of Exchange, Jan. 14. -Amsterdam, 11 : 19. Antwerp, 12:1. Ex. Hamburgh, 36 :1. Frankfort, 151 Ex. Paris, 25:0. Bourdeaux, 25: 30. Madrid, 34 effect. Cadiz, 34. effect. Gibraltar, 30. Leghorn, 471. Genoa, 441. Malta, 46. Naples, 381. Palermo, 116 per oz. Oporto, 52. Rio Janeiro, 57. Dublin, 11. per cent. Cork, 11}.

Prices of Gold and Silver, per 02.-Portugal gold, in coin, £3: 17:10. Foreign gold, in bars, £3:17: 103. New doubloons, £3: 15:6. New dollars, 5s. Od. Silver, in bars, stand. 5s. 2d.

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PRICES CURRENT.-January 1.-London, December 31, 1819. SUGAR, Musc,

LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL LONDON, B. P. Dry Brown, cwt. 60 to 65 54 to 59 54 to

60 56 to 59 Mid. good, and fine mid. 76

85 60
78 61

78 60 Fine and very fine,

76
84
96

84
88 80

84 Refined Doub. Loaves,

130

145 Powder ditto,

108 112 Single ditto, 103 112

103 108 Small Lumps

92
98

104 110 Large ditto,

92
96

92

98 Crushed Lumps,

48
60

48 52 MOLASSES, British, cwt. 30 31 30 30 6 32

28s Od COFFEE, Jamaica cwt. Ord, good, and fine ord. 98 110

112 120 100 125 Mid. good, and fine mid. 112 122

122 134 136 155 Dutch, Triage and very ord. 85

96

90 110 Ord. good, and fine ord. 102 112

115 124 Mid. good, and fine mid. 112 117

125 140 St Domingo, 95 105

120 124 PIMENTO (in Bond) Ib. 7

8 73 87 73 8 SPIRITS, Jam. Rum, 16 0. P. gall. 3s 3d

2s 11d 3s Od 2 10 3 1 2s 6d 4s Od Brandy, 4 9 5 3

4 6 Geneva, 3 0 3 2

30 Aqua,

6 10 WINEŚ, Claret, 1st Growths, hhd. 60 64

£35 65 0 Portugal Red, pipe. 44 54

52 58 0 Spanish White, butt. 34 Teneriffe,

pipe. Madeira,

40 50 0 LOGWOOD, Jam.. ton.

£7

5 10
5 15

6 5 6 10 6 6 Honduras,

8

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

8

6 10 7 0 7 10 8 0 FUSTIC, Jamaica,

7
7 10 8 0 7 10 8 0

8 0 90 Cuba,

9

11

9 10 10 0 9 15 10 10 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, lb. 9s 6d 11s 6d 7 68 6

8 0 8 9

10s Od 10s 64 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot. 1 6 1 9 Ditto Oak,

5 2 3 6 Christiansand (dut. paid) 2 0 Honduras Mahogany

14 1 8 1 2 1 8 12 1 4 St Domingo, ditto

14 3 0 1 54 2 0 TAR, American,

brl.
16 20

16 017 0 Archangel,

18
20

0
PITCH, Foreign, cwt. 8
TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Cand. 53
54 55 56 58

52 0 Home Melted,

55 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton.

50
51

£49 0
Petersburgh Clean,
43

46

44 10 FLAX, Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak. 55 57

70 0 Dutch,

72 58 112

70

80 Irish,

43

48 MATS, Archangel, 109. 90 92

£4 15 BRISTLES,

Petersburgh Firsts, cwt. 14
ASHES, Peters. Pearl,

33
34

38 Montreal ditto,

40
41 40

40
43

44
32
35 36

36 OIL, Whale,

40 tun. 33 33

30 Cod, 84 (p. brl.) 32

32 TOBACCO, Virgin. fine, lb. 09 09:3

9 094

8

70 09 Middling,

0 8 0 83
7 08

04 Inferior,

05 07 08 0 4 0 5 COTTONS, Bowed Georg

7 123 1 0*

1 1 1 2 Sea Island, fine,

6

2

20

28 Good,

2 4 25 110

1 Middling,

1 2 2 1 2 Demerara and Berbice,

1 9 1

1 6 West India,

13 2 6 1 1

2. 1 Pernambuco,

03 1 17 1 3 1

17 18 1 5 1 6 Maranham,

1 5 1 63 7 5 1 6 154 1 3

3 1 45

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, ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 23d of aur, %:) November and the 23d of December, 1819, extracted from the London Gazette. Genoa , #

Abbot, T. Knaresborough, Yorkshire, innkeeper Johnson, Waldron, Sussex, tanner 0,5% hi Aslat, 'A. Church-street,

Lambeth, victualler Josling, M. Bexley Heath, Kent, innkeeper Barnet, C. Barlow-mews, Berkeley-square, horse Jancey, J. Liverpool, jeweller dealer

Jamieson, W. York, money-scrivener Bulpim, Bridgewater, Somersetshire, hop-merchant Kelsall, J, Bagnley, Chester, corn-dealer : 10$. Po Bulmer, E. Henry-street, milliner

King, J. Portsea, Southampton, builder Baker, B. Tideswell, Derby, grocer

Knight, J. Coppice-row; Clerkenwell, iron-founder Barlow, F. E. White Lion-court, merchant

Lee, J. King-street, Cheapside, warehouseman Booth, w. & J. Brandon, King's Head-court, Leadbitter, T. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, linen-draper Beech-street, fishmonger

Lewin, J. Holloway, carpenter Bradley, J. Jewin-street, silk-manufacturer

Langdon, J. Plymouth-dock, victualler aber 31 , 8. Bate, J. Hemley, Staffordshire, millwright Lees, D. Oldham, Lancashire, cotton-spinner Bruce, A. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant

Lincoln, R. St James's-street, hatter LOND Barker, J. Walsall, Staffordshire, timber-merchant Lettsom, S. F. Cannon-street, tin-plate manufac* Burge, T. Frome Selwood, Somersetshire, carrier turer 80 Bartlett, J. Exeter, merchant

Manners, J. Leeds, grocer ♡ Bewley, W. Manchester, tailor

Mortimer, J. senior, J. Mortimer, junior, and J.
Brickdale, M. & J. late of Taunton, Somersetshire, Mortimer, Halifax, worsted-spinners
bankers

Myers, R. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, linen-draper
Bennett, J, Greenfairfield, Derbyshire, cattle-dealer Moore, T. Paddington, flour-factor
Crew, W. Palace-row, Tottenham-court-road, Merry, R. Birmingham, grocer
plumber

Mitchell, T. Commercial-road, oilman
Cox, P. Fairford, Gloucestershire, machine-maker March, M. & J. Shute, Gosport, merchants
# Carpmeal, W. Halifax, innkeeper

Nuttall, J. Manchester, bookseller Crossley, W. Doncaster, carpenter

Nield, J. Midge-hill, Yorkshire, clothier 10 Cane, E. Battle, Sussex, saddler

Noon, T. Shepton Beauchamp, "Somerset, sail11 Carter, J. S. & R. Cornforth, Liverpool, merchants cloth manufacturer Collins, T. Drury-lane, grocer

Nedby, W. Lamb's Conduit-street, cabinet-maker
Cox, D. High-street, Southwark, stationer

Parker, G. New Shoreham, Sussex, tailor
Clark, B. Birmingham, tarpawling-maker

Pulleyn, G. York, linen-draper
Cullen, R. Russia-row, Milk-street, factor

Perkins, S. Midford, Somerset, dealer
Cronin, W. Snows.fields, Bermondsey, coal-dealer Peagam, W. junior, Plymouth, Devon, tailor
Croft, W.P. M. late of East Sheen, Surrey, builder Pavitt, W. Codicote, Herts, miller
Dudley, T. H. Birmingham, cheese-factor

Pitt, R. junior, Hallow, Worcester, farmer 31

Dobson, W. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, chemist Panting, T. Charlotte-street, St Pancras, cabinet-
Dixie, P. senior, and P. Dixie, senior, J. Dixie and maker
B. Dixie, Falcon-square, smiths

Quaife, W. Arundel, Sussex, innkeeper
Davenport, S. and R. Fale, Manchester, engravers Raines, J. Kingston-upon-Hull, merchant
Dixon, E. Lamb's Conduit-street, haberdasher Reeder, W. R. Stratford-green, Essex, victualler

Evans, A. Brimscombe Port, Stroud, Gloucester Rattray, T. Lower Thames-street, wine-merchant 12 shire, broad-cloth manufacturer

Reed, E. Bristol, butcher
Elworthy, J. E. Plymouth Dock, money-scrivener Richards, Birmingham, chemist

Flitton, I. Preston, Lancashire, coach-maker Richardson, J. Leeds, common brewer
V Fletcher, J. Ripley, Derbyshire, dealer

Rutter, T. late of Attricham, Cheshire, fellmonger Fellowes, N. G. Foundling Terrace, Gray's-Inn- Shaw, A. Lower East Smithfield, victualler road, painter and glazier

Stytch, J. St George, Gloucestershire, shop-keeper Finney, F. Darcey Lever, Bolton, Lancashire, cot Story, T. Hunworth, Norfoik, miller ton-spinner

Stephens, J. Well-street, Oxford-road, boot and Farmer, J. Ashborne, Derbyshire, grocer

shoe manufacturer Grocott

, J. T. Salford, Lancaster, liquor-merchant Suffield, W. Birmingham, printer Grant, J. late surgeon of the Thomas Coutts East Sutton, G. Lamb's Conduit-street, silk-mercer India ship, dealer

Saunderson, J. Sutton, and T. Masters, Bedford, Goggs, H. Docking, Norfolk, grocer

corn-factor Goodier, J. Knutsford, Cheshire, victualler Salterthwaite, Liverpool, merchant Grimwood, S. Bares, Suffolk, merchant

Smith, D. Wavertree, near Liverpool, saddler Green, I. Totness, Devon, publican

Smith, W. New Road, Pancras, builder Hutchinson, J. P. Kingston upon. Hull, whitesmith Taplin, E. Overton, Southainpton, shopkeeper Hudson, J. Birehin-lane, merchant

Trueman, W. Macclesfield, Cheshire, silk-manuHarrison, J. Portsmouth, tavern-keeper

facturer Holroyd, R. Halifax, jeweller

Tabram, W. Fendrayton, Cambridge, butcher Hawthorn, J. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, brass-founder Thompson, T. Lancaster, ironmonger Hughes, M. Love-lane, wool-merchant

Viner, J. Bath, builder Hancock, E. Y. & J. Sawyer, Basinghall-street, Wheatley, J. Nottingham, lace-manufacturer Blackwellhall-factors

Wootton, w. Tyer's gateway, Bermondsey,

tanner Hirst, J. Tower-street, cotton-broker

Windle, J. & C. Northcote, George-street, TrinityHubbard, T. junior, Coventry, silkman

square, ship-agents Hadge, W. Great Hermitage-street, ship-owner Walker, S. Birmingham, and A. & J. Walker, PhiHolmes, R. Northampton, grocer

ladelphia, North America, merchants Hancock, J. Poplar, mast-inaker

Woodroof, J. Gun-street, Old Artillery Ground, Hartley, J. Manchester, warehouseman

turner Horne, W. & J. Stackhouse, Liverpool, merchants Winstanley, T. Manchester, woollen-draper Heming, J. & E. Hornblow, Bishopsgate-street, Whitechurch, J. Houndsditch, coach-master jewellers

Wells, G. Hadleigh, Suffolk, dealer Hart, J. Loampit-hill, Kent, builder

Weldon, J. Friday-street, Manchester, warehouse. Hill, T. Ledbury, Herefordshire, surgeon Holland, D. of Bungay, St Mary, Suffolk, grocer Wilkinson, W. of Norton Hammet, Derbyshire, Haddon, J. late of Toll-square, Northumberland, file-smith ship-owner

Wilcock, J. and N. Hodges, Manchester, woollenHunt, C. Mark-lane, wine-merchant

cord manufacturers

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ALPHABETICAL List of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between Ist ard 31st

December 1819, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Baird, Alexander, merchant, Inverkeithing

Gordon, William, merchant, Kelso
Bell, William, manufacturer, Anderston

Graham, Donald, merchant, Oban
Buchanan, James, bleacher and dyer, Lancefeid,

Martinsons & Somerville, distillers at Gallybanks, near Glasgow

Perthshire
Campbell, Archibald, wright, Glasgow

M.Laurin, Robert, & Co. merchants, Glasgow,
Fleming & Alexander, merchants, Glasgow

and Robert M'Laurin as an individual

Murray, John, merchant, grocer, and innkeeper, Young, David, wright, Calton of Glasgow
Thurso

Young, Thomas, wood-merchant and ship-owner, Nicol, William, bleacher, Gateside

Irvine Penman, Andrew, bookseller and stationer, Glas

DIVIDENDS. gow

Baird, Thomas, merchant, Glasgow; a final diriRobertson, James, flax-dresser and manufacturer, dend, Jan. 14. Dysart

Crawford, John, & Co. carrying on business under Robey, George, merchant, Anstruther

that firm at Port-Glasgow-at Newfoundland, Sym & Langmuir, corn-merchants and spirit under the firm of Crawfords & Co.-and at Lisdealers, Glasgow, as a company, and as indivi bon, under the firm of J. T. Crawford & Co.; a duals

dividend on 1st February Stewart, Charles, & Co. merchants and manufac M'Grouthers & Coats, merchants, Greenock; a

turers, Glasgow, and Charles Stewart and James dividend on 5th January Forbes, the individual partners

Garthew Mill, ncar Balfron; a final dividend on 7th Stiven, Alexander, flour-merchant at Newmills, February

near Dalkeith, and lime-merchant at Burdie. Oughterston & Co. late merchants, Greenock; a house-mains, near Edinburgh

dividend on 9th January Tassie, James, leather-dresser, Pollockshaws Saunders and Mellis, merchants, Aberdeen; a divi Wilson, Thomas, mason and builder, Glasgow dend on 27th January

per 70 lbs.

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London, Corn Exchange, Jan. 3.

Liverpool, Jan. 4.
$.

S. 3.
Wheat, S. d. s. d.

S. d.
Wheat, red, new 56 to 60 Boilers

44 to 50

Pease, grey 42 0 to 46 () Fine ditto. 60 to 63 New

to

- White 50 0 to 56 O Superfine ditto 64 to 66 Small Beans 40 to 42 English, new 9 6 to 10 6 Flour, Eng. pr. 240 lb. White 56 to 60 | Tick

31 to 37 | American

8 6 to 8 9
Fine

46 0 to 48 Fine ditto . . 62 to 66 Foreign

36 to 38 Dantzic

93 to 10 O
Irish

41 0 to 46 0 Superfine 68 to 70 Feed Oats . 18 to 20 Dutch Red 9 0 to 9 3 Amer. p. 196 lb. old ditto .. 75 to 78 Fine.

20 to 22 Riga 8 3 to 8 6 Sweet, U.S. 35 0 to 40 O Rye · .... 30 to 32 Poland do ..21 to 23 Archangel 8 O to 8 4

Sour

33 0 to 34 0 Barley • 26 to 30 | Fine

24 to 26 Canada... 8 6 to 8 10 Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Fine 30 to 32 Potato do. 23 to 25 Scotch

9 0 to 96

English 31 0 to 33 0 Superfine... 34 to 35 Fine . 26 to 28 Irish, new , 8 10 to 9 4 Scotch 28 0 to 31 0 Malt, 50 to 60 Flour, p. sack 55 to 60 Barley, per 60 lbs.

26 0 to 31 O Fine 63 to 70 Seconds

. 50 to 55 English :.: •50 to 5 9 Bran, p.24 lb. 1 1 to 1 2 Hog Pease. 40 to 12 North Country 45 to 50 Scotch 4 6 to 50 Maple . 42 to 44 Pollard

20 to 28 Irish.

4 0 to 4 9 Butter, Beef, 8C White pease 42 to 45 | Bran

8 to

4 0 to 4 9 Butter, per cwt. s. Oats, per 45 lb.

Belfast

83 to 85 Seeds, fc.-Nov. 5. English pota. 3 3 to 3 7 Newry

82 to 85 S. s. Irish, do. . 3 3 to 3 5 Waterford, new 76 to 77 Must. Brown, 15 to 20 Hempseed

to Scotch do. 34 to 3 6 Cork, pick. 2d 77 to 78 -White 6 to 11 Linseed, crush. to Rye, per qr. 38 0 to 40 0

68 to 70 Tares O to 0 New, for Seed

Malt, p.b.fine 10 3 to 10 9 Beef, p. tierce 108 to 110 Turnips 14 to 20 | Ryegrass,

15 to 40 Middling, . 8 3 to 8 9 Tongu. p. firk. 30 to 34 -New O to 0 Clover, Red, . 60 to 98 Beans, pr qr.

Pork, p. brl. 84 to 85 -Yellow

0 to 0 - White 60 to 100 English. . 50 0 to 55 0 Bacon, per cwt. Carraway 48 to 50 Coriander 10 to 12 Irish .. 44 0 to 46 0 Short middles 57 to 58 Canary 80 to 1001 Trefoil 30 to 63 Rapeseed £30 to £32 Harns, dry,

55 to 56 New Rapeseed, F34 to £36.

9 Foreign

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Average Prices of Corn in England and Wales, from the Returns reccived in the Week

ended 25th Dec. 1819. Wheat, 64s. 11d.-Rye, 42s. Od.--Barley, 36s. 3d.--Oats, 25s. Od.-Beans, 48s. 1d.-Pease, 50s. 6d.

Beer or Big, 0s. Od.-Oatmeal, 26s. 2d. Average Prices of British Corn in Scotland, by the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels,

and Oatmeal, per Boll of 128 lbs. Scots Troy, or 140 lbs. Avoirdupois, of the Four

Weeks immediately preceding the 15th Dec. 1819. Wheat, 645. 6.-Rye, 37s. Od.-Barley, 29s. Ed.-Oats, 215. 11d.-Beans, 33s. 3d. - Pease, 33. 2d.

Beer or Big, 258. 50.-Oatmeal, 18s. Od.

Pease & Beans. 1st,...... 18s. Od. 2d, .17s.6d. 3d, ...... 15s.6d.

EDINBURGH.-Jan. 5.
Wheat.
Barley.

Oats.
1st,......33s. Od. 1st,......22s. 6d. 1st,......18s. Od.
2d, ......31s. Od. 2d, ...... 21s. Od. 2d, .17s. Od.
3d, ...... 26s. Od. 3d, ......17s.6d. 3d, ......15s. 6d.

Average of Wheat, £1:11: 3d.

Tuesday, January 4.
Beef (17} oz. per lb.) Os. 5d. to Os. 8d. Quartern Loaf
Mutton

Os. 60. to Os. 8d. Potatoes (28 lb.)
Lamb, per quarter

Os. Od. to Os. Od. Butter, per lb. Veal

Os. 8d. to Os. 10d. Salt ditto, Pork

Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Ditto, per stone Tallow, per stone 98. Od, to 9s. 6d. Eggs, per dozen

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