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COMMERCIAL REPORT.-October 10, 1821. Sugar. The market for Sugar continues greatly depressed throughout the kingdom. The price has sunk so low that the average is only 31s. and 2d. per cwt. as per last Gażette returns. The internal expences in the colonies for raising each cwt. is 20s. The expences for freight, insurance, commission, &c. is nearly nine more, so that only 2. and 2d. remains to the planter. The produce of his Rum will not, at the present prices, defray the expences incurred in the plantation stores sent to Europe. The price of inferior sugar still declines. The finer only maintain previous prices. The refining trade is in a state of complete stagnation. Many refiners, seeing only continued losses before them, have slackened their works till they can see better prospects. This, we fear, is not at hand. The market of the world is glutted with sugars from the produce of fo. reign colonies ; and which the continuation and extension of the slave-trade by foreign powers is daily rendering more heavy. Picked and effective slaves can be purchased in these colonies at from £30 to £40 sterling each—about one-third of the value of slaves in our colonies. These are employed in cultivating new lands, where the labour of one effective negro is equal to three times the number of slaves in our islands. The expence of maintaining that effective force is two-thirds less, the produce of their labour twothirds more, and the value of capital employed two-thirds less in foreign than in the British colonies. Against such fearful odds there is no contending with the smallest prospect of success.
Coffee. The Coffee market since our last has suffered a great decline. The low price of sugars rendered their sale not advisable where any thing else could be brought to market. On this account, Coffee to a great amount was thrown into the market, and the consequence was a depression in price of 9s. or 10s. per cwt. Since then the market has rallied a little, and considerable sales have been effected. The prospect, how. éver, is by no means very flattering.
Cotton.—The Cotton market reinains in a state which renders few remarks necessary. A sale of East India is announced, and till it is over the market will perhaps remain stationary. The accounts from the United States advise us that the exports to France are about 200,000 bales, and their own internal consumption 75,000 bales, which is half the crop of the United States. These things shew the quarters where our manufacturers are meeting with the greatest and most serious opposition.
Corn.- The Grain market has undergone great fluctuation since our last. The severe weather towards the close of last month occasioned great speculation in all kinds of grain, and the prices accordingly rose greatly. Wheat advanced about 20s. per quarter. A favourable change, however, taking place in the weather, the greater part of the har. vest has been secured, in consequence of which prices have declined nearly as much as they formerly advanced. The weather during last week was very unfavourable for the labours of the harvest, and considerable damage must have been sustained on the outstanding crops. The last few days, however, have been better, and there is every appearance of the weather continuing settled. In this case, a few days more will complete
he harvest in Scotland. Any Injury which the crop may have sustained cannot, we baceive, materially injure the general produce, or seriously affect the prices of the ne-essaries of life. There seems to be a general opinion that the ports will be opened for rain from Canada, which will be attended with very beneficial consequences to the North American colonies, where the agricultural interests are at present suffering the Breatest distress.
In consequence of the vintage in France turning out much less than expected, Brandy has risen considerably in value, and is in demand. Rum has attracted the notice of SPE
peculators from its exceeding low value. Considerable sales have been effected, but without producing any material alteration in the market. The unfavourable accounts from the whale fisheries has occasioned a rise on the price of Oil; but as the general state of the fishery not yet correctly ascertained, the market continues unsettled. Other articles of commerce require no particular remark. Our manufacturers continue in full employment, but we fear their profits are not great.
EDINBURGH.- October 10.
Oats. Pease & Beans.
Tuesday, October 9. Beef (17) oz. per lb.) 0s. 4d. to Os. 78. Quartern Loaf Os. 10d. to Os. Od Mutton
Os. 4d. to Os. 6d. New Potatoes (28 lb.) 0s. 10d. to Os. Od Veal
Os. 8d. to Os. 9d. | Fresh Butter, per lb. ls. 4d. to Os. Od Pork
Os. 5d. to Os. 6d. Salt ditto, per stone 16s. Od. to 18s. Od Lamb, per quarter ·
2s. Od. to 3s. Od. Ditto, per lb. 1s. Od. to 1s. 2d Tallow, per stone 8s. Od. to 9s. Od. | Eggs, per dozen Os. 10d.' to Os. Od
Beans. 1st, .....37s. Od. 1st, ..... 26s. Od. 1st, .....19s. Od. 1st, ..... 18s. Od. 1st, ..... 18s. Od. 2d.......32s. Od. 2d.......27s. Od. | 2d.......17s. Od. | 2d, ..... 16s. Od: 2d......16s. Od 3d .......30s. Od. | 3d,......20s. Od. | 3d,...... 15s. Od. 3d.....)4s. Od. | 3d,......14s. Od.
Beans. Ist, ... 36s. 6d. Ist, ... 24s. Od. 1st, 19s. Od.
-8. Od. 2d, 32s. Od. 2d, 22s. Od. | 2d, 17s. Od. | 2d, 3d, 28s. Od. 3d, 19s. Od. 3d, 15s. Od. 3d,
... -s. Od. | 3d, Average, £1 : 11s. 4d. 4-12ths. Average Prices of Corn in England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Week
ended September 29th. Wheat, 70s. 7d.-Rye, 34s. 6d.-Barley, 35s. 1d.-Oats, 23s. 4d.-Beans, 36s. 8d.-Pease, 35s. 10d.
Beer or Big, Os. Od.-Oatmeal, Os. Od.
... -S. Od.
S. Od ... -S. Od
Weekly Price of Stocks, from 1st to 220 September 1821..
Course of Exchange, Oct. 9.-Amsterdam, 12 : 17. C. P. Ditto at sight, 12 : 14. Rotterdam, 12: 18. Antwerp, 12:10. Hamburgh, 38. Altona, 38 : 2. Paris, 3 d. sight, 25 : 75. Ditto 26:5. Bourdeaux, 26:5. Frankfort on the Maine, 157. Petersburgh, per rble. 84: 3 Us. Vienna, 10:23 Eff. flo. Trieste, 10:25 Ef flo. Madrid, 36. Cadiz, 36. Bilboa, 35%. Barcelona, 351. Seville, 35. Gibraltar, 30%. Leghorn, 464. Genoa, 43. Venice, 27:
60. Malta, 45. Naples, 394. Palermo, 118.
Lisbon, 50. Oporto, 50. Rio Janeiro, 48. Bahia, 58. Dublin, 81 per cent. Cork, 9 per cent.
Prices of Gold and Silver, per 02._Foreign gold, in bars; £3: 17 : 10}d. New Dollars, 4s. 9a. Silver in bars, stand. 4s. 10 d.
PRICES CURRENT, October 6.
LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL.
81 Refined Doub. Loaves, 130
145 Powder ditto,
110 Single ditto,
104 Small Lumps,
94 Large ditto,
92 Crushed Lumps,
56 MOLASSES, British, cwt. 25 6
98 Ord. good, and fine ord. 120
108 Mid. good, and fine mid. 135 140
Jam. Rúm, 16 O. P. gall. 2s 2d 2s 4d 1s 8d Is 100 Is 10d 2s Od
4 3 6
6 10 7 3
46 Spanish White, butt. 34
65 LOGWOOD, Jam. ton. £7 7 7 8 0
8 9 0 Honduras,
8 10 9 5 Campeachy,
9 0 9 10 FUSTIC, Jamaica,
8 6 10 7 0 6 6 6 10 Cuba,
8 5 8 10 7 15 8 5
30 3 4
1 4 1 8
18 0 11 1 1 St Domingo, ditto,
5 2 0
17 PITCH, Foreign, cwt. 10
11 TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Cand. 48
49 Home melted,
52 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton. 44
46 MATS, Archangel, 100. 75
Petersburgh Firsts, cwt. 13 10 14
4 02. COTTONS, Bowed Georg.
0 97 111 0 9 0 113 Sea Island, fine,
8 1 10 1 4 1 7 Good,
1 1 1 3 Middling,
1 1 1 3 Demerara and Berbice,
0 1 1 0 104 1 1 West India,
9 0 11
0 103 Pernambuco,
0 1 14 1 0 1 1 Maranham,
0 11 1 01
£7 10 8 5 7 15 8 5 8 10 10 0 6 0 7 10 8 10 0 9
0 114 1 13
1 03 1 11
London, Corn Exchange, Oct. 8.
Liverpool, Oct. 2.
29 to 30 Eng. Old 12 4 to 13 0 Sweet, U.S. O to 0 Superfine ditto 56 to 58 White
34 to 36|Waterford11 O to 11 9 Do. in bond 28 0 to 30 0 Ditto, old . 60 to 74 Ditto, boilers, 39 to 40|Limerick 11 O to 11 9 Sour do. 38 0 to 40 0 White, new · 44 to 50 New ditto, -to-Drogheda 11 0 to 12 6 Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Fine ditto. 52 to 58 SmallBeans, new28 to 30 Dublin 11 0 to 11
6 English 34 0 to 36 0 Superfine ditto 60 to 62 Harrow - to -|Scotch : 12 0 to 12 9 Scotch 30 O to 34 0 Ditto, old 66 to 82 Tick, new . . 21 to 24||Irish Old . to
Irish 27 0 to 32 0 Foreign, new
Ditto, old 30 to 34 Bonded . .6 0 to 8 0 Bran, p. 24 lb. 1 0 to 1 1 Rye
30 to 32 Foreign . -to Barley, per 60 lbs. Fine ditto, to Feed oats. 21 to 23 Eng. 6 6 to 8 10
Butter, Beef, fc. Barley 28 to 30 Fine .
22 to 25 Scotch .. 5 O to 6 0 Butter,p.cwt. s. d. s. d. Fine, new 30 to 32 Poland ditto. 24 to 25|Irish 4 6 to 4 10 Belfast, new 83 0 to 84 0 Superfine 33 to 38 Fine .
26 to 28 Oats, per 15 lb.
Newry 82 0 to 83 0 Malt
56 to 66 Potatoe ditto 26 to 29 Eng. pota. 3 9 to 40 Waterford · 76 0 to 78 0 Fine 70 to 74 Fine
30 to 32||Irish do.. 3 8 to 3 9 Cork,pic.2d, 74 0 to 75 9
Scotch do, 5 0 to 6 0 3d dry 70 O to - 0
Rye, per qr.38 0 to 40 of Beef, p. tierce.
Malt per b.
Mess 110 0 to 115 0
Fine . 11 0 to 11 9 - Middl. 65 0 to 75 0 S. d.
Middl..90 to 10 6 Pork, p. brl. Must. Brown, 8 to 12 0 Hempseed
-Beans, per qr.
Mess 56 0 to 600 -White 5 to 9 0 Linseed, crush. 44 to 50 English. 40 0 to 44 0 - Middl. . 54 0 to 55 0 Tares, new,, - to - O New, for Seed – to -|Irish 40 0 to 42 o Bacon, p. cwt. Turnips, bsh. 30 to 36 0 Ryegrass, 18 to 26 Rapeseed, p. 1. £30 to 32 Short mids. 30 0 to 32 0 -Red & green - to - 0 Clover, red cwt. 35 to 70 Pease,grey 40 0 to 42 0Sides. 28 O to -Yellow, to —-01-White ... 61 to 90-White .50 0 to 56 0 Hams, dry, 50 0 to 55 0 Caraway, cwt. 58 to 67 o Coriander .. 10 to 16 |Flour, English,
... 30 0 to 32 0 Canary, qr. 50 to 60 o Trefoil . . . . 16 to 27 p.240lb.fine6o O to 62 0 Lard,rd.p.c.42 0 to -O
Rape Seed, per last, £31 to £33. Irish 53 0 to 58 ol Tongue,p.fir. 12 0 to 43 0
ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 20th
of August and the 20th of Sept. 1821, extracted from the London Gazette. Agar, Moses, late of Walbrook, oilman.
Howard, E. and Gibbs, J. Cork-street, money-scriAlexander, G. Aldermanbury, linen-draper. Ashton, John, Knutsford, veterinary surgeon. Jones, A. W. New Brentford, corn and coal-merBayley, C. Abingdon, linen-draper.
chants. Batley, J. Great Yarmouth,
Knowles, J. and Walker, H. Salford, machineBaynes, C. Western Point, Cheshire, innkeeper. makers. Bedford, Thomas, Bristol, stationer.
Lambert, R. Manchester, cotton-manufacturer. Bell, Joseph, Hampstead, victualler.
Langley, George J. Henry, Bristol, porter-seller. Bethell, w. Vernon, Liverpool, merchant. Langstaff, Wm. Liverpool, merchant. Bill, Samuel, West Bromwich, timber-merchant. Marnham, late of Love-lane, cloth-factor. Bird, Thomas, Solihul Lodge, coal-dealer.
Marshall, J. Battersea, tanner. Bowman, Richard, Manchester, grocer.
Mawdsley, Henry, late of Ormskirk, plumber. Brown, Charles, late of Dundee, merchant and Meredith, J. Manchester, paper-dealer. ship-owner.
Nelson, J. Kendal, corn-dealer. Brummall, Daniel, Sheffield, file-manufacturer. Norfolk, Hezekiah, late of Mount-Sorrel, worsted Burnett, H. Long-lane, Bermondsey, oil-man. manufacturer. Burrows, J. Gloucester, mercer.
Oliva, T. C. Liverpool, merchant. Cassells, J. Cannon-street, wine-merchant.
Parr, Wm. Covent Garden, tailor. Compton, W. Birmingham, linen-draper.
Parry, Thomas, Manchester, Wentbridge, R. Colston, Daniel, Islington Road, upholsterer. Yorkshire, and Armitage, Joseph, Pontefract, Cooper, George the younger, Old Ford, farmer. cotton-spinners. Cooper, J. Newport, victualler.
Peters, E. Bristol, grocer. Corbyn, J. J. Southweald, master-mariner. Porthouse, Thomas, Wigton, Cumberland, dyer. Crowden, R. Knightsbridge, boot and shoe-maker. Raiman, H. Deptford, victualler. Daris, Rowhall, Stafford, maltster.
Rawlins, James, Whitehaven, grocer. Davis, T. Great Bar, Staffordshire, maltster. Reid, Archibald, Pimlico, carpenter. Dawson, John, Penrith, coach-maker.
Rolfe, W. Teignmouth, builder. Deeping, G. Lincoln, fell-monger,
Rothery, John, and Pape, T. Leeds, seed-crushers. Dixon, W. Portsmouth, tailor.
Ryder, Arthur, London, cotton-merchant. Driver, Nathan, Steanbridge, clothier.
Sawden, B. S. Bridlington-quay, corn-factor. Egling. J. E. Covent-Garden, victualler.
Seaton, Robert, Wentbridge, cotton-spinner. Elptrick, Wm. West Ham, farmer.
Smalpage, J. Leeds, woollen-draper. Eybe, F. and Schmaeek, A. St Mary Axe, mer Stafford, Thomas, Bath, jeweller. chants.
Stead, Thomas, Thumhall, cotton-spinner. Fisher, J, Lancaster, soap-manufacturer.
Taylor, Hen. Commercial-road, master-mariner. Flint, J. London Wall, merchant.
Taylor, John, Lambeth, Surrey, iron-monger. Fry, G. Newbury, Berks, mercer.
Thomas, Richard, Rochdale, hat-manufacturer. Gibson, J. Finsbury-Square, merchant.
Thorn, John, Plymouth, carrier. Godwin, J. Bristol, coal-merchant.
Tumstall, T. Liverpool, provision-merchant. Gormdry, G. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, bacon-dealer. Wardle, J. Nottingham, lace-manufacturer. Greenhouse, W. Ludlow, tanner.
Warren, J. Bridgwater, tanner. Hankes, R.Lincoln's-inn Fields, hat-manufacturer. West. I. R. Louth, Lincolnshire, coach-maker. Hartland, J. Gloucester, mercer.
Whiteside, Richard, Hither, Henry, and Hastie, Heslington, J. jun. York, grocer.
Thomas, Whitehaven, Cumberland, merchants. Hilbury, J.P. Mark-lane, wine-merchant. Woodward, John, and Shenton, John, BirmingHillary, T.P. Little Tower-street, wine-merchant. ham, spirit-merchants. Hodgson, F. M. Manchester, dry-salter.
Wright, Charles, Ludgate Hill, wine-merchant. Hodgson, J. Staindrop, Durham, shopkeeper. Wright, David, St Catherine-street, corn-dealer. Holding, w. Devonshire-street, Queen-square, Yell, I. and I. Woodham, Terris, salesmen. wine-merchant.