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Wheat, 240 lbs.
Dantzic. For.red. British.

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1820.

Bolls.

386
323

Wheat.
per qr.

Barley. Oats.

s. d. s. d. s. ds. d. s. d.s. d. s. d.
9260 300 210 25 6 20 0 23 6
22 0 270 22 0 240 20 0 23 0
22 027620 0 240 20 0 230
22 0 25 6 19 0 22 0 19 6 23 0
22 0 26 019 0 22 019 0 236

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Wheat.
70 lb.

s. s. 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 30 36 28

Wheat.
Prices.

S. S. S. S. S. S.

Aug. 14 56 84 38 42 30 36 21 64 84 26 40 24 34 28 64 84 38 42 24 34 Sept. 468 84 38 40 28 34 11 68 80 38 42 28 36

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CORN MARKETS.-Edinburgh.

s. d. s. d.

33 6 41 0

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37 0 41 0 39
32 0 42 0 40
31 0 42 0 37
28 0 41 0 34

s. d. Aug. 5 73 0 46 12 72.7 45 19 72 4 44 26 71 9 43 Sept. 2 71 5 42

s. d. s. d. s. d.
39 0210 25 0
39 021 0 25 0
39 021 025 0
39 621 0 25 0
38 618 0 22 0

Haddington.

Av. pr.

s.

d.

0

7

1

8

7

Rye. Barley.

Oats. 45 lb.

Glasgow.

Oats, 264 lbs.
Irish. British.

s. d.
27 0

27 0

$4 18

18

18
18
18

Quar. Potat.
Pease.
Loaf.p.peck

23

21

23

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Barley. .60 lb.

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Barley.

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S. S. S.

28 021
26 0 17
28 0 17

S. S.

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3

s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d.
640 42
Aug. 159 0 11 0 8 4 4 4 5
640 42
5 3 10 4 6 5
9f 4 4 5 6 40 42
7435 10 42
5394 Gf 38 40

229 0 11 0
299 0 10 9
58 9 10 6
127 6 9 3

3 4 3
5 23
3 23

24 6 16
25 6 17

Oats.

27 6

27 0

London.

Rye, per qr.

d. 11

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All England and Wales.

Wht. Rye. Brley Oats. Beans. Pease.

S.

Barley, 320 lbs.
English. Scots.

s. d. s. s. d.
26 6 17 23 0
22 0-17 22 0
22 0 17 22 0
21 0 17 22 0
23 0 17 22 0

S.

Pease.

S. S S. S. S. S. S.
28 24 30 40 45 34 38
28 24 29 38 42 36 59
26 24 28 38 40 32 36
26 24 238 40 54 38
28 24 30 36 40 30 55

Liverpool.

S. S. 45 52 45 52 44.50 41 50 42 46

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Pease.

Oats.
Beans.
Fa& Pol Potat. Pigeon. Tick Boiling. Grey. Fine.

Beans, Pease, per qr. per qr.

s.

s. d. s. 27 29 0 22 27 29 022 27 29 022 30 621 124 6 31 022

S. d. 479 1 6 420 1 5 346 1 5 5 439 1 4 14 5201

4

S. S. 36 56 36 54 36 54 36 54 36 51

S. 42 42

12 42 42

Oatmeal. B.&P.Meal

Bls. Peck. Bls. Peck

Beans. 1820.

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s. s. d.
17 23 6 Aug.
17 22 0
17 22 6
17 22 0 Sept.
17 22 0

Bns.& Pse. Oatmeal Flour.

Stir. Mea.

140 lbs.

280lbs.

s. d. s. d. s. d. s.
22 023 6 58
25 0
25 022 023 658
25 022 022 658
25 6 21 0216 58
25 020 0 22.

58

s. s. S.

46 40 44 46 38 44 46 40 44 46 10 44) 46 10 49

Flour.

Eng.

240 lb. Irish.

s. d. 72 1 2 68 1 2 6212 1 1 84 74 1 1

Dalkeith.

d
s. d. s. d. s.
s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d.
46
2 37 627 8 4 16 626 8 75 946 5 56 11
46
6
1 446 9 26 8 73 945 10 57 6
10 37 928
237 527 4 45 8 10 0 26 9 73 5 44 3 36 5
6 36 1127.1 15 646 0 26 10 72 944 036 7
837 226 01 45 6 144
3127 272 242 2 36 3

Oatmeal.
Per Boll. Per Pck.

s. d. s.d. s. d. 14 21 0 22 0 146 21 19 0 21 6152 28 19 0 20 6 1 4 418 0 20 6 1 1 1118 0 20 6 1 3

Amer.
196 lb.

S. 60

60

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Flour, 28016.] Quar. 2d. Loaf.

S. S. S.

s.s.

d. 65 70 60 65 105 65 70 60 651 02 65 70 60 651 0 60 65 55 600 113 60 65155 6010 11

Oatın. 2401b

Eng. Scots.

S. S

S. S. S. S.S.
S.
S. S.
47 48 44 46 26 40 34 36 30 33
47 48 44 46 26 40 32 31 28 61
47 48 44 46 26 40 32 3428 31
47 48 44 46 26 40 32 3128 31
44 45 41 44 30 3430 3225 28

Maritime Districts.

Oatm. Wht. Rye. Barley. Oats. Beans. Pease.

140lb.

S.

d.fs. d. s. d. 28 045 5 45 11 28 1144 846 2 27 443 9 46 0 27 241 245 8 26 144 843 9

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Aggregate Average of British Corn, per quarter, in England and Wales, for the Six Weeks preceding August 12.

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Wheat, 71s. lId, Rye, 45s. 2d.-Barley, 36s. 5d.-Oats, 27s. 1d.-Beans, 44s. 5d.-Pease, 45s, fld.

Average Prices of Corn in Scotland for the Four Weeks preceding August 15. Wheat, 70%. 5d.-Rye, 41s. 2d.-Barley, 37s. 7d.-Oats, 27s. 1d.-Beans, 39s. 8d.-Pease, 40%. Od. Oatmeal, per boll, 21s. 3d.-Bear or Big, 27s. 94.

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Course of Exchange, London, September 12.-Amsterdam, 12 7. Ditto, at sight, 12.4. Rotterdam, 12: 8. Antwerp, 12: 9. Hamburgh, 37: 7. Altona, 37 8. Paris, 3 days sight, 25: 80. Bourdeaux, 26: 10. Frankfort on the Maine, 156. Madrid, 344. Cadiz, 34. Leghorn, 463. Genoa, 432. Oporto, 482. Rio Janeiro, 54. Dublin, 7 per cent. Cork, 8 per cent.

Prices of Bullion per oz.-Foreign gold in bars, L. 3: 17: 104. L. 0:4: 104. Silver in bars, standard, L. 0:4: 114.

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Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's. Guernsey or Jersey, 12s. 6d. Cork or Dublin, 10s. 6d. Belfast, 10s. 6d. Hamburgh, 10s. 6d. Madeira, 20s.Jamaica, 30s.—' Greenland out and home, 4 gs. to 5 gs. ✓

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3 per cent. consols,
34 per cent. do..

4 per cent. do..

5 per cent. navy annuities

India Stock, adakahahaha
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Exchequer bills, 2d.

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Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from August 16 to September 13, 1820.
Aug. 16. Aug. 23. Aug. 30. Sept. 6. Sept. 13.

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Armitage, J. Birmingham, saw-maker Barrow, J. Bramall, Cheshire, dealer Betteley, R. Standon, Staffordshire, maltster Bird. H. Bristol, cheese-factor

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5. pr. 67 78f. 75c.

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Handley, S. Helderstone, Staffordshire, miller
Hall, J. North Shields, master mariner
Harvey, J. Bull Head Passage, Leadenhall Mar-
ket, poulterer

Harrison, H and B. Corovan, Laurence Pountney
Lane, merchant

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Hilton, C. Over Darwen, Lancashire, whister
Housman, J. Bromsgrove, wooi-dealer
Hully, C. Lancaster, twine-manufacturer
Isaacs, J, Liverpool, merchant
Jacobs, J. Bristol, glass-manufacturer
John, J. Narbeth, Pembrokeshire, shopkeeper
King, G. Norwich, brandy merchant
Langford, J. Milk Street, Cheapside, haberdasher
Longhurst, W. Tonbridge, ironmonger
Machan, L. Sheffield, millwright.
May, E. and J. Bristol, schoolmasters
Milthorpe, J. Pot Ovens, Yorkshire, clothier i
Millengen, J. Castle-street, Houndsditch, jeweller
Mills, C. Collumpton, fellmonger

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ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTS, announced between the 20th
July and 20th August 1820; extracted from the London Gazette.

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Moses, A. Fleur-de-lis Street, Spitalfields, leather manufacturer

Moule, B. Stone, Staffordshire, innkeeper

Neale, C. Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire
Newell, R. Hereford, tailor

Newbold, J. Leamington Priors, butcher
Nutt, R. Deptford Lower-road, fellmonger
Parish, J. Salisbury, linen-draper
Phillips, T. A. Ardwick, Lancashire, brewer
Redhead, T. Ulverstone, mercer
Richardson, B. Brighton, builder
Ring, S. Bristol, earthenware dealer
Rollings, W. Sutton-upon-Trent, Nottingham-
shire, victualler

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Royle, J. F. Pall Mall, fancy paper-manufacturer
Rudd, C. Rochdale, woollen-draper
Sewell, J. Egremont, Cumberland, innkeeper
Smith, R. A. Sheffield, grocer
Smith, J. Bristol, stationer

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Smith, J. Liverpool, merchant
Spratly, T. Milf Wall, Poplar, victualler
Samson, T. Lynn, coach-maker
Sampson, T. Šise-lane, auctioneer

Stevens, R. Banstead, Surrey, cordwainer
Swift, J. Leeds, dyer

Taylor, J. T. Merton, Surrey, silk-manufacturer Taylor, H. Manchester, and E. Taylor, Blackley, calico-printers

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Thornton, D. Kirkheaton, Yorkshire, victualler
Thorp, T. Reddish, Lancashire, calico-printer
Toll, W. St German's, Cornwall, miller
Toller, L. Godmanchester, corn-merchant
Tozer, J. Bristol, woollen-draper
Watkins, T. J. Salford, dealer in weft
Warburton, T. Norwich, Cheshire, and G. Par-
sons, Liverpool, sail-makers

West, J. Little Newport-street, haberdasher
Whitmore, F. jun. Walham Green, Fulham,

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Williams, E. Edmonton, grocer

Woodcroft, J. Cleveland-street, Fitzroy-square, linen-draper

Wood, W. Holm Farm, Yorkshire, cattle-jobber Wright, C. Hackney, victualler

Wroots, R. Sleaford, Lincolnshire, draper

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Lady Minto, a daughter.

4. At Islabank, the lady of Peter Wedderburn, Esq. a son.

At London, Viscountess Ebrington,

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5. At Glasgow, the lady of Lieutenant
Murray, 91st regiment, a son.

At Woodhouselee, Mrs Tytler, a

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Moffat, John, jun. Glasgow, hosier offenbach
Oswald, William and Co. Leith, merchants and
agents

Pettigrew, John, Glasgow, merchant and agent
Pringle, James, Haddington, tanner
Ritchie, David, Arbroath, merchant
Robertson, James, Edinburgh, baker
Smith, Thomas, Glasgow, mason and builder .!) Í
Turnbull, Thomas, Hawick, carpet-manufacturer
Wright, Malcolm, Paisley, merchant

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6. In Abercrombie Place, Edinburgh, Mrs Campbell of Possil, a daughter.

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At Edinburgh, the lady of Norman Lockhart, Esq. a son.

8. In York Place, Edinburgh, the lady of Rear-Admiral Otway, a son.

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19. At 5, Pitt Street, Mrs Harbourne Strachan, a daughter.

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At Kemnay House, Mrs Burnett, of Kemnay, a son. 19. Mrs Leslie, of Warthill, a son. 20. In Heriot Row, Edinburgh,the Right Honourable Lady Anne Fraser, a son. At 76, George Street, Edinburgh, Mrs William Burn, a son. 21. At Langley Farm, Kent, the Hon. Mrs Colville, a daughter. } 091 22. Mrs McFarlan, 58, Queen Street, Edinburgh, a daughter.

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At his Lordship's house, Piccadilly, London, the Countess of Rosebery, a daughter.

23. At Whiteside Cottage, Polmont, Mrs Clark, a son.

23. At Buckland, near Plymouth, the lady of Captain Sir John Gordon Sinclair, Bart. Royal Navy, a son and heir.

24. At Cornhill, near Aberbeen, the lady of David Young, Esq. a son,

Lately. At Willey Place, Farnham, the lady of Charles Grant, Esq. a daughter. The Countess of Verulam, a daughter.

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MARRIAGES.

May 30. At Philadelphia, North America, Frederick Campbell Stewart, Esq. of Ascog, to Miss Maria Smith, second daughter of the late Judge Smith, of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania,

June 23. At Corfu, Major-General Sir Frederick Adam, to the Signora Diamantina Pallatiano.

July 22. At Windlesham, Surrey, the Rev. Joseph Henry Taylor, of Brighton, to Jemima Maria, second daughter of the late Sir William Fraser, Bart. of Bedford Square.

24. At Auldgirth, Dumfries-shire, James Martin, Esq. merchant in Glasgow, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Mr William Gordon, Hillend.

31. At Edinburgh, the Rev. Arthur Buist, of Charleston, South Carolina, to Susan Stewart, second daughter of the late Charles Ballantine, Esq. of Burntisland.

August 1. At Braehouse, James Stewart, Esq. of Crossmount, and Captain in the 82d regiment of foot, to Jane, eldest daughter of Capt. Campbell, Boreland.

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At George Street, Edinburgh, Mitchell Patison, Esq. S.S.C. to Mary, daughter of the late Mr John Bryce, Carluke. At Newton-Stewart, the Rev. Charles Anderson, minister of Closeburn, to Elizabeth, daughter of Wm. Macmillan, Esq. of Polbae.

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2. At Edinburgh, Francis Cobham, Esq. M. D. of the island of Barbadoes, to Mary Harvie, eldest daughter of William Gordon M Crae, Esq.

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3. At Linslade Church, Buckingham, the Rev. James Main, Vicar of Linslade, to Eliza Jean, fourth daughter of the late David Fell, Esq. of Caversham Grove, in the county of Oxford.

8. At Fenton, John Hope, Esq. 89th regiment, to Helen, youngest daughter of the late George Bogue, Esq. of Woodhall.

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At Leith, Mr John Taylor, merchant, to Jane, daughter of Wm. Lamont, Esq. Controlling Surveyor of his Majesty's Customs, Leith.

9. At London, Colonel Alexander Woodford, of the Coldstream Regiment of Guards, Aide-de-Camp to his Majesty, to Charlotte Mary Anne Fraser, eldest daughter of the late Charles Henry Fraser, Esq. formerly his Majesty's Minister Plenipotentiary to the Circle of Lower Saxony.

At London, William Bowles, Esq. a

Captain in the Royal Navy, to the Honourable Frances Temple, eldest daughter of the late Viscount Palmerston, and sister to the present.

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10. At Barnagad, Argyllshire, Lieut. Alexander Campbell, 77th regiment, to Miss Catharine, youngest daughter of Dr John M'Dougal, late of Cragganach.

11. At Aberdeen, Alexander Dunlop, Esq. advocate, Edinburgh, to Margaret Clementina, youngest daughter of the late James Gordon, Esq. merchant in Banff.

12. At London, Alex. Watson Law, Esq. of the East India Company's service, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr Robert Ro manes, of Cheapside. & Dubl

At Chelsea, Charles C. Young, Esq. of Burton Crescent, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late James Hay, Esq. of Sloane Streetscaped an IS

Capt. Edward Hollingworth Delafosse, R. N. to Sophia, daughter of the Rev. George Young, A. M. of Lambeth Terrace. A

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14. John Jeffrey, Esq. George Street, Edinburgh, to Elizabeth Helen, eldest daughter of Dr James Hunter, Professor of Logic in the University of St Andrew's

17. At the Manse of Tough, William Scott, Esq. Campfield, to Anne, daughter of the Rev. Alexander Urquhart, minister of the gospel at Tough. ១៨ន

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19. At London, Campbell Marjoribanks, Esq. of Upper Wimpole Street, to Mrs Parker, widow of the late Wm. Parker, Esq. of Bengal.

23. Lieutenant-Colonel Raikes, of the Coldstream Guards, to Louisa, youngest daughter of Henry Boulton, Esq, of Givon's Grove, Surrey.

28. At Flatt, Liddesdale, Roxburghshire, Robert Elliott, Esq. of Redhugh and Tarras, to Jessie, eldest daughter of John Elliot, Esq. disa

At Glasgow, Henry Halket, Esq. to Margaret, daughter of Alexander Macdonald, Esq. merchant.

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