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Tuesday, February 1.
Beef (17} oz. per Ib.) Os. 5d. to Os. 8d, Quartern Loaf
Mutton

Os. 5d. to Os. 8d. Potatoes (28 lb.)
Lamb, per quarter

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

Os. 8d. to ls. Od. Salt ditto,
Pork

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

Os. 8d. to Os. 9d. • Os. 8d. to Os. Od.

1s. 6d. to Os. Od. 1s. Od. to 9s. Od. 16s. Od. to Os. Od. ls. 3d. to Os. Od.

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HADDINGTON. FEB. 4.
Wheat.
Barley.

Oats.
Pease.

Beans.
1st,......34s. 6d. 1st,.......255. (d. 1st....... 20s. Od. 1st,......17s. Od. 1st, .....18s. Od.
2d. ......32s.6d. | 2d, ...... 22s. Od. | 2d, ......175. Od. | 2d, ......14s. Od. 2d,......155. Od.
3d, ......30s. Od. | 3d, ......19s. Od. | 3d, ......14s. Od. 3d, ......11s. Od.) 3d.......12s. Od.

Average of Wheat, £1:12:3:4-12ths,

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

ended 22d Jan. 1820.
Wheat, 63s. 100.-Rye, 41s. Od. ---Barley, 33s. 11d.-Oats, 23s. 9d.-Beans, 44s. Id.---Pease, 478. 4d.-

Beer or Big, Os. Od. -Oatmeal, 25s. 9d.

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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 Jan. 1820.
Wheat, 52s. 90.-Rye, 36ş. 5d.—Barley, 27s. 11d.-Oats, 20s. 10d.-Beans, 31s. 7d. Pease, 31s. 1d.

Beer or Big, 23s. 100.-Oatmeal, 17s. 9d.

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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

THE frost that set in towards the latter end of December continued with increasing seve-
rity during the first four days of January. During the first night of the month, the ther-
mometer sunk to 145, and on the 2d, tó 105. From the 5th to the 9th, it was more mo.
derate ; and on the 10th, the temperature of the day rose to 401, the lowest during the
night being 36. After the 12th, the frost became more severe than at any former period,
and continued till the 22d. On the morning of the 18th the thermometer stood at Zero,
and did not rise higher than 11ļ till very late in the evening. In the neighbourhood of
the river the temperature was observed about 10 degrees below Zero, probably the
greatest degree of cold ever experienced in this country. After the 17th, the thermo-
meter sunk repeatedly to 5, and on the last night of the frost it was at 12. From the
23d to the end of the month, the thermometer rose to 40 or upwards every day. The
State of the barometer during the month was as extraordinary as that of the thermometer.
From the 1st to the 9th, it rose gradually, every day, with one slight exception ; and on
the morning of the 9th, stood at the very unusual height of 30.835. This was at 10;
but an hour before, it was at 30.845, and in all probability had been higher during the
night. Making allowance for the elevation of the place, it must have been as high as
31.045 inches at the level of the sea, a height altogether unexampled perhaps in this cli-
mate. During the next nine days, the barometer sunk almost as gradually as it had risen ;
and on the morning of the 19th, two days after the greatest depression of temperature, it
stood at 28.830, being 2 inches lower than at its greatest elevation. The mean tempera-
ture of January is nearly 7 degrees lower than that of January last year, the mean of
Leslie's hygrometer is one degree lower, and the mean relative humidity exactly the same.
The quantity of evaporation is one-third less than last year.

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of the Tay, four miles east from Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.

JANUARY 1820.
Means.

Extremes.
THERMOMETER. Degrees.

THERMOMETER. Degrees. Mean of greatest daily heat, 35.8 Maximum,

47-0 .........cold,

24.8
Minimum,
17th

0.0
temperature, 10 A.M.
30.7 Lowest maximum, 17th

20.0 .... 10 P.M. 30.4 Highest minimum, 30th

39.0 of daily extremes,

30.3 Highest, 10 A. M. 31st ............ 10 A.M. and 10 P.M.

30.5 Lowest ditto,

18th

6.0 4 daily observations, 30.4 Highest, 10 P. M. 24th

43.0 Whole range of thermometer,

340.0 Lowest ditto

18th

10.5 Mean daily ditto, 11.0 Greatest range in 24 hours, 21st

24.0 ........ temperature of spring water,

37.3
Least ditto,

6th

3.0
BAROMETER.
Inches.
BAROMETER.

Inches. Mean of 10 A.M. (temp. of mer. 38) 29.708 Highest, 10 A. M.

9th

30.835 ........... 10 P.M. (temp. of mer. 38) 29.717 Lowest ditto,

19th

28.830 ..... both, (temp. of mer. 38) 29.713 Highest, 10 P. M.

8th

30.800 Whole range of barometer,

9.285 Lowest ditto,

19th

28.990 Mean ditto, during the day, .135 Greatest range in 24 hours, 27th

.690 night, .164 Least ditto,

17th

.055 ................. in 24 hours,

.299

HYGROMETER. Degrees.
HYGROMETER. Degrees.
Leslie. Highest, 10 A. M. 11th

16.0 Rain in inches,

1.321
......... Lowest ditto,

18th

0.0 Evaporation in ditto, .630 .......... Highest, 10 P. M. 11th

16.0 Mean daily Evaporation,

.020
Lowest ditto, 18th

0.0 Leslie. Mean, 10 A. M.

5.3 Anderson. P. of Dep. Highest, 10 A.M. 30th 41.0 10 P. M. 6.0

Lowest ditto,

18th 6.0 both,

5.7

........... Highest, 10 €.M. 30th 38.0 Anderson. Point of Dep. 10 A.m. 26.8

Lowest ditto, 18th 11.0 ........................................ 10 P.M.

25.7 ............. Relat. Hum.Highest, 10 A.M. 18th 100.0 both, 26.2

................. Least ditto, 11th 66.0 Relat. Humid. 10 A.M.

87.9

................... Greatest, 10 P.M. 18th 100.0 ......... 10 P. M. 85.7

Least ditto,

9th 65.0 both,

86.8

Mois. 100 cub. in. Greatest, 10 A.M. 31st .184 ............... Grs, mois. in 100 cub. in air, 10 A.M. .118

Least ditto, 18th .055 ....10 P.M. .113

Greatest, 10 P. M. 30th .166 ......... both, .115

........... Least ditto, 18th .066 Fair days, 21; rainy days, 10. Wind west of meridian, 23 ; east of meridian, 8.

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in

the Observatory, Calton-hill. N.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, afterThe second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register

Thermometer.

noon.

Attach.
Ther. Barom. Ther.

Wind.

Ther. Barom.

Altach.
Ther. Wind.

Jan. 1{ A. 22

.580 A. 27 Cble. Ditto.

20

21M.1
22 { M.143

A. 194

M.17 129.106 M.272

N.W.

Snow deep,
.178 A.28

frost.
M.18
.209 M.27

Keen frost.

N.W.
.225 A. 265
A. 23

snow on gr.
M.17 .325 M.25
3{

A. 22
M.21
.675 M.28

Frost, snow

Calm.
A. 28 .706 A.30 S on ground.

M.21 .619 M.33
5
A. 37 .624 A. 36

S.W. Rain.
6

M.313 .885 M.36
A. 36

.814 A. 35) Calm. Foggy, fair.
M.29
.999 M.32

Snow and
7
A. 34 30.403 A. 36

Cble.

hail aftern.
8

M.21 .511 M.36
A.31

.639 A. 36 ) Cble. Keen frost.
M.19 .651 M.29

Cble. Ditto.
A, 26

.633 A. 29
M.20 .371 M.33

N.W.

Mild,
A. 35 .131 A. 35

rather fresh.
11

M.317 29.792 M.35
A. 37

and rain.
M.23 .986 M.34
12

Snow,

N.W.
:982 A.34}
A.32

rather fresh.
M.24 .859 M.32

Dull, shrs.

Cble.
A. 30 .964 A.33) of snow.

.975 M.31
A. 26 .660 A. 32

snow on grd.
15
M.212 .498 M.34

Cble.

Sunshine,
A. 34 .457 A.33) snow on gr.

M.22
16

.376 M.31 Keen frost, A. 28 .371'A. 27

Cble.

Snow.

Jan. 173
M.14 29.279 M.26

Sunshine,
A. 19

Cble. .264 A. 26

Keen frost.
18
M. 6

.254 M.22
A,16
.101 A. 24

Cble. Keen frost.
19
M.14 28.672 M.25

Snow foren.
A. 25

Cble.
.847 A. 27)
M.13 29.101 M.25

frost night.

Frost, sun, A. 24

Cble, .220 A, 26 )

snow on gr. .315 M.30

Keen frost, A. 31

Cble. .536 A, 27

dull day. .695 M.23

W.

Frost, with .619 A. 29

sunshine.
23
M.27

.230 M.33
A.36
.206 A, 37

W.

Fine thaw. 24

M.391 28.954 M.40
A. 42
.999 A. 42

S.W. Ditto.
25

M.35 29.343 M.41 Dull foren.
A. 41

Cble.
.108 A. 40

rain even.
26
M.31

.217 M.40
A.38
.154 A. 40 )

E.

sunshine aft. 27

M.31} 28.869 M.43
A. 44

N. W. Rain.
.972 A. 43)
M.34 29.537 M.42
28

Dull morn.
A. 41

N. W. .836 A. 41

sunshine day 29 M.38 .820 M.40

Fair, rain

Cble,
A. 38

.644 A, 42s night.
30
M.34
.631 M.42

Fair, dull,

W. A. 43 .576 A. 43) rain night. .312 M.46

Fair, rain
A. 47

S.W.
.513 A. 43) night.
Average of Rain, •505 inches,

9

10

Foggy foren.

.759 A.36) N.W. Fresh, snow

13.

14 M.23

Cble. Frost,

31 M.38

APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

mas, dead

do.

1.3

3.

I. MILITARY. Army Lieut.-Col. Tuyll, hp. 26 Dr. to be Col. on

the Continent only 16 Dec. 1819 Capt. Pierce, R. Art. Major 12 Aug. do. -Nicolls, R. Art. Major

do. -Mar. of Worcester, 37 F. Major

30 Dec. do. 2 Dr.G. -Collins, Cornet by purch. v. Cotton, pro. 25 Dr.

6 Jan. 1820 9 Dr. Major Wildman, Lt.-Col. by purch. vice

Lord Hartland, ret. 23 Dec. 1819 Capt. Hurt, Major by purch.

do. Lieut. Minchin, Capt. by purch. do. Cornet Porter, Lieut. by purch.

Wm Beresford, Cornet by purch. do. 10 Cornet & Adj. Wells. rank of Lt. 30 do. 25

Hon. R. H. S. Cotton, fm. 2 Dr. G. to be Lieut. by purch. vice Jeffries, pro.

25 do. G. Gds. Ens. & Lt. Dirom, Lt. & Capt. by purch. vice Molloy, ret.

6 Jan. 1820 Lord Howard de Walden, fm. hp. Ens. & Lt. by purch.

do. C. Gds. Col. Woodford, 1st Major, vice Jackson, Staff Corps

18 do. Bouverie, 2d Major

do. Bt. Lt.-Col. Steele, Capt. & Lt.-Col. do. Ens. & Lt. Bentinck, Lt. & Adj. do.

Cor. Smith, pro. 2 Dr. G. Ens. & Lt. do. 1 F. . Bt. Maj. Wetherall, Major, v. Lynch, dead

30 Dec. 1819 Lieut. Macdonald, Capt.

do. Ensign Eddington, Lieut. vice M'Ewen, dead

do. Lewis, Lieut.

do. W. Tottenham, Ensign 22 Mar. 1817 Home, Ensign

30 Dec. 1819 Lt. Cameron, Adj. vice M‘Ewen, dead do. 11 Bt. Maj. Campbell, Maj. vice Elrington, 4 Vet. Bn.

do. Lieut. Walker, Capt.

do. Ensign Marsh, Lieut.

do. 22 F. As. Surg. Brown, from hp. 4 Dr. G. As.

Surg. vice Martin, E. Ind. 6 Jan. 1820 29 H. Deedes, Ens. by purch. vice Burke, ret.

23 Dec. 1819 30 Ens. Warren, Lieut. vice Harrison, dead

13 Nov. 1818 Paton, hp. 34 F. Ensign

do. 41 Ens. Gossip, 87 F. Ens. vice Burrowes, hp. York Chass.

30 Dec. 1819 W. Fludyer, Ens. vice Barry, dead do. Ens. Woollart, Adj. v. Barry, dead

do. 50

Flude, Lt. vice Edwards, dead 29 do.

Weir, Lt. vice Harley, dead 30 do. Gent. Cadet J. Foy, from R. M. C. Ens.

29 do. S. J. Hodgson, from R. M. C. Ens. 30 do. Lt. Vinicombé, from hp. 68 F. Paym. v. Montgomery, dead

6 Jan. 1820 58

Lt. Fugion, from hp. 37 F. Paym. vice
Torner, dead

23 Dec. 1819 J. Skinner, Ensign

30 do. 61

Lt. Furnace, Capt. vice Mackrill, dead do.
Ens. Verner, Lieut.

do. A. Grieve, Ens.

do. 64 Ens. Stevenson, Lieut. vice Isbell, dead

6 Jan, 1820 H. F. Broderip, Ens.

do. 67 Lt. Snow, from 89 F. Capt. vice James, pro.

6 do. Ens. Hassell, Lieut. vice Harpur 13 do. Gent. Cadet A. Ansell, from Ro. Mil. Col. Ens.

do. 87 Ens. Bateman, Lt. vice Hutchinson, pro.

23 Dec. 1819 C. H. Doyle, Ensign

do. Ens. Sutherland, from hp. York Chass. Ens. vice Gossip, 41 F.

30 do. 89 Lt. Vincent, from 46 F. Lieut. vice Snow,

6 Jan. 1820 90

As. Surg. M‘Arthur, from hp. 25 F. As.

Surg. v. Farnan, hp. 25 F. 30 Dec. 1819 92 Bt. Maj. Couper, Major, vice Ferrier, dead

do. Lieut. Innes, Capt.

do. Ens. Macdonald, Lieut. vice Gordon, dead

27 do.

Ens. Mackintosh, Lieut. vice Logan, dead

28 do. Gordon, Lieut. vice Will, dead 29 do.

Campbell, from 58 F. Lieut. 30 do, Gent. Cadet Sir 0. Gibbs, from R. M. C. Ens. vice Reynolds, dead 27 do.

C. c. Smith, from R. M. C. Ens,

28 do. A. Amsinck, from R. M. C. Ens.

29 do. Pearson, Ensign

6 Jan. 1820 Hosp. As. J. Strachan, As. Surg. vice Tho

30 Dec. 1819 Rifle B. Bt. Lieut.-Col. Miller, Maj. by purch. vice Wilkins, ret.

23 do. 1st Lt. Cox, Capt. by purch.

do. 20 Lt. Brownrigg, 1st Lt. by purch. do.

W. H. Wood, 2d Lt. by pur. 13 Jan. 1820 Staff C. Col. Sir R. D. Jackson, K.C.B. fm. 2 F. G. Col. vice D'Urban

18 do. Staff: Col. Sir R. D. Jackson, K.C.B. D. Q. M. Gen. to the Forces, vice D'Urban

18 Jan. 1820

Garrisons. Capt. Weeks, from hp. Nova S. Fen. Town Adj. of Cape Breton, vice Schwartz, res. 25 Oct. 1819

Medical Department. Physician T. Short, from hp. Phys. 25 Dec. do. As Surg. Dunn, from 2 W. 1. R. Surg.

13 Jan. 1820 Savery, from hp. R. W. I. R. As. Surg.

25 June 1819 Hosp. Mate M. Ritchie, Hosp. As. vice Macleod, dead

25 Dec. do. W. Charles, Hosp. As. vice Grier, dead

30 do. Hosp. As. Duncanson, from hp. Hosp. As.

13 Jan. 1820 Exchanges. Bt. Major Tayler, from 93 F. with Capt. Mansel,

hp. 53 F. Capt. Lambert, from 64 F. with Bt. Major Eliot, hp. 21 F.

Goldie, from 6 Dr. G. rec. diff. with Capt. Schreiber, hp. 22 Dr.

Crawford, from 11 Dr. with Capt. Mylne, 13 Dr.

Prager, from 19 F. with Capt. Farquharson, Sub-Insp. Mil. Ion. Isl.

Fitz-Gerald, from 54 F. with Capt. Emett, hp. 83 F.

Wright, from 73 F. with Capt. MacMahon, hp. 95 F.

Strangwayes, 65 F. with Captain Burrowes, hp. 12 F. Lieut. Dillon, from 63 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Colls, hp.

Walbridge, from 17 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Cary, hp. York Chass.

Smyth, from 31 F. rec. diff. with Lt. Gage, hp. 3 F. Gds.

Gordon, from 42 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Macdougall, hp. 85 F.

Hewitt, from 92 F. with Lieut. Randall, hp. 61 F.

Robb, from 7 Dr. Gds. rec. diff. with Lieut. Crossley, hp. 25 Dr.

- Sperling, from 9 F. with Lt. Robinson, hp.

Barlow, from 30 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Cheape, hp. 93 F.

Dickens, from 1 Dr. Gds. rec. diff. with Lt. West, hp. 24 Dr.

Cameron, from 75 F. with Lieut. Brooke, hp. 85 F.

Sandon, from 86 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Nunn, hp. Cornet Langmead, from 10 D. with Ens. Wortley,

76 F. 2d Lieut. Lewis, from 21 F. with Ensign Booth,

hp 53 F. Ensign Francis, from 8 F. rec. diff. with 2d Lieut. Curtis, hp. Rifle Brig.

Bennett, from 32 F. with Ensign Power, 68 F.

Carey, fm. 88 F. with Ens. Boyes, hp. 50 F.
Hall, t'm. 13 F. with Ens. Macdoncil, 25 F.

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SUNDRY ARTICLES,

Imported, 1819. Ashes,

44,427 barts. Barilla,

7,7754 tons. Brimstone,

4,758 tons. Currants,

3,340 butts, &c. Figs,

299 tons. Flax,

12,467 tons. Flaxseed,

116,563 quarters. Ginger,

85,598 packages. Hemp,

15,112 tons Hides,

455,636 number. Indigo,

13,936 seroons & chests. Lime and Lemon Juice, 1,987 galls. Madder,

3,025 casks. Madder Roots,

5,668 bales and casks. Olive Oil,

3,437 casks. Palm Oil,

9,888 ditto and bags. Pimento,

22,444 barrs, and bags. Quercet. Bark,

2,749 casks. Raisins,

4,3991 tons. Rice,

24,626 tons. Saltpetre,

86,519 bags. Shumac,

29,270 bags. Tallow,

25,217 tons. Tar,

65,274 barrs. Turpentine,

75,016 casks. Valonia,

2,393 tons.

Exported, 1819.
45,901 cwts.

933} tons.

663 tons. 1,711 cwts. 2,300 cwts.

764 tons. 16,745 quarters. 18,443 cwts.

1,585 tons. 215,094 number. 30,369 cwts. 3,973 galls. 1,582 cwts.

246 cwts. 84,714 galls.

149 tons 19,389 cwts.

9,861 cwts. 12,934 cwts. 7,589 tons. 1,441} tons.

3,520 cwts. - 2,2314 tons.

9,988 barrs. 2,155 cwts.

306 tons.

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Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Cotton, Indigo, Rice, Pepper, Ditto,

Imports from the East Indies, 1819. 275,940 chests.

Cinnamoni, 19,209 bags.

Cloves, 113,840 bags.

Mace, 113,835 bags

Nutmegs,
12,270 boxes & chests Saltpetre,
241,643 bags.

Piece Goods,
43,638 bags.
11,022 cwts.

Nankeens,

1,254 bags.

14 bags. 46 packs.

437 packs. 53,516 packs. 11,356 bales. 12,658 packs. 4,584 packs.

Lac

Silk,

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Malt, Oats,

Grain, of all kinds, imported in 1819.
London.
Liverpool.

Glasgow.
Wheat, quarters,

443,438 Quarters, 221,902 Wheat, Irish, 589 barrs. Barley, 383,786 Ditto,

62,364 Ditto, British, 19,582 qrs. 162,406 Ditto,

36,604 Barley, Irish, 1,294 barrs. 887,705 Ditto,

321,692 Ditto, British, 13,028 qrs. Rye,

6,021
Ditto,

8,497 Oats, Irish, 217,440 barrs.
Beans,
159,388 Ditto,

32,029 Ditto, British, 13,070 qrs. Pease, 48,102 Ditto,

6,648 | Flour,

8,640 bàrrs. Tares,

5,290 Clover Seed, casks, &c. 590 Ditto, 8,637 bags. Linseed, 64,860 | Flax do. hhds, 2,000 Rice,

1,489 tierces. Rapeseed, 9,201

Ditto, 6,145 bags. Brank, 3,639

Flaxseed, 1,521 casks. Mustard,

5,331 Various Seeds 15,865

N. B. From the Custom-house Flour, sacks,

books it appears that, in the 381,968 Sacks,

10,924

year ending the 5th Jan. last, Ditto, barrels, 12,944 | Barrels,

43,175 26,799,369 bushels foreign Oatmeal,

Loads,

23,899

corn and grain were imported
duty free.

Wheat,

Imported into Liverpool, 1819. Beef,

4,048 tierces. Ditto,

3,204 barrels. Pork,

15,252 barrels. Ditto,

2,185 _ditto. Butter,

204,292 firkins. Ditto,

16,179 kditto.

Exported from Liverpool, 1819.

2,816 quarters. Oats,

4,150 ditto. Flour,

2,563 tons. Beef,

4,276 barrels. Pork,

10,280 ditto. Butter,

17,736 cwts. Earthenware, 16,704 crates, & 3,413 hhds.

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Sundries imported into Clyde, 1819.
Sealskins,
7,030 number.
Wines,

836 pipes.
Rosin,
1,641 barrels. Ditto,

441 hhds.
Cod and Seal Oil,
1,600 casks.
Brandy,

694 pipes.
Whale Oil,

1,874 ditto.
Geneva,

260 pieces.
Lignum Vitæ

36 tons.
Wool imported, 1819.

qrs.

lbs.
Sheep and Lambs' Wool, 235,763 : 1 : 2
Value exports of British manufactured Woollens, 1819, is £9,047,960 : 19:11.

The value of the exports last year are £1,089,033: 4: 11 more than for the previous
year.
Cotton Goods exported from Hull, from 11th October 1819, to 5th January 1820.
Russia.

Holland.
Cotton Twist,

185,955 lbs.
Fustians,

26,102 yds.
Fustians,
39,538 yds. Calicoes,

28,066 ditto.
Calicoes,

44,820 ditto.
Muslins,

240 ditto.
Muslins,

28,212 ditto.
Printed Calicoes,

59,493 ditto.
Printed Calicoes,

16,300 ditto.
Cotton Hose,

3
Cotton Twist,

6,199 lbs.
Germany.
Knitting Cotton,

3,800 lbs.
Cotton Twist,

2,642,851 lbs.

Plain Muslin Handkerchiefs, 15
Calicoes, Dimities, Ging-
hams, &c.
1,115,248 yds.

Flanders.
Printed Calicoes,

3,276,802 ditto.
Calicoes,

27,946 yds.
Fustians, Velveteens, Jeans,

Printed ditto,

1,176 ditto.
Cords, &c.

1,456,414 ditto.
Fustians,

14,514 ditto.
Muslins, Cambrics, 886,303 ditto.

Muslins,

6,865 ditto. Plain Muslin Handkerchiefs, 7,345 doz.

Cotton Hose,

25 doz. Printed Calico ditto

1,782-3 do. Cotton Veils,

26
Muslin Dresses,
794

Africa.
Cotton Lace,
42,869 yds. Printed Calicoes

420 yds.
Sewing Cotton,

743 lbs.
Cotton Veils,

78 doz.
Cotton Web,

272 yds.
Muslin Scarfs,

27
Knitting Cotton,

Muslin Dresses,

53
Cotton Hose,

676 doz. Calicoes,
Cotton Ticks,
4,204 yds. Cotton Nett,

328 ditto.
Bed Quilts,
186 ditto. Muslins,

319 ditto.
Cotton Table Covers,

24 ditto. Printed ditto Handkerchiefs, 23 2-3 doz.
Printed Muslins,
51,640 yds. Ditto Calico ditto,

7 ditto.
The above is an official account, for one quarter, from the port mentioned, which may
serve to give the reader some idea of the magnitude of our Cotton exports.

Stock on hand of various Articles, December 31st, 1819.
Cotton,
352,000 bags, &c. Pimento,

8,342 casks, &c.
Sugar, B. Plant. 83,200 casks. Ginger,

35,965 do, bg,&c.
Ditto, Foreign,
1,500 chests. Logwood,

16,943 tons.
Ditto, ditto,
1,500 boxes. Fustic,

5,377 tons.
Ditto, East India, 66,600 packages. Mahogany,

715,000 feet.
Coffee,
6,000 tons. Ditto in Liverpool,

715,000 ditto.
6,643 packages. Ditto in Clyde,

1,238 logs.
30,900 casks.
Tobacco,

21,960 hhds.
Ditto,
896 packages.

1819.
Rice,
225,577 bags, &c. Barrels Herrings cured,

340,894
Wheat in bond,

202,000 qrs.
Ditto ditto, Exported,

227,162
Consumpt various Articles.
1818.

1819.
Tea,
21,629,000 lbs.

22,754,000 lbs.
Tobacco and Snuff,
11,150,000 ditto.

11,744,000 ditto.
British and Irish Spirits, 5,190,000 galls.

5,290,000 galls.
Wines,
3,465,000 ditto.

3,807,000 ditto.

2,600 lbs.

130 yds.

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Cocoa,
Rum,

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