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COMMERCIAL REPORT.-Dec. 11th 1819.
Sugar. The sugar market, after an advance, has since returned to its former low and languid state. Even the disastrous accounts lately received from the West Indies, of the devastation occasioned in most of the islands by the late tremendous hurricanes, and the consequent diminution of the ensuing crops, has yet no effect upon the market, a strong proof of the deplorable stagnation of trade in this country. The continent of Europe is, now also getting very considerable supplies of this article from the Brussels, the East Indies, and Cuba ; but the chief cause of the great depreciation in value of this article, is owing to the want of consumpt both in the United Kingdom, and on the Continent, arising wholly from their poverty and want of trade. On this head, we can add nothing beyond what has appeared in our former reports. Very fine sugars are still in considerable demand, and at better, though comparatively greatly reduced prices. Cotton. Notwithstanding the importations are considerably decreased, (about 40,000 bags less than last year) and the unfavourable accounts of the crops in India, still the price of cotton remains nearly upon a level. It cannot be otherwise, from the great stock on hand, and which cannot be greatly reduced owing to the stagnation of business.--Coffee. Maintains a good price, as may be expected ; continues to fluctuate, according to the accounts from the Continent. Upon the whole, however, coffee seems to be the only article of commerce at present, for which there may be said to be a fair demand. Appearances would indicate, that the market for this article may remain for some time much in its present state. In no other article of trade can we point out any 'material difference. There is, in fact, no demand to occasion any alteration ; and all seems to remain stationary at our quotations.
The alarming situation of all the manufacturing districts has put a complete stop to business. In extensive districts of country, it is completely suspended, and terror and alarm now occupy the minds of thousands. It is impossible things can remain in their present state many weeks-này, even days longer. People at a distance from, and unconnected with the manufacturing districts, have no idea of the terrible dangers and principles which assail the peaceable part of the community in those places. It is doubtful if the precautionary measures taken, may be able to prevent the most disastrous consequences ; and it is evident, the preventative measures, which imperious necessity renders it necessary to take, 'will only hurry on the intended convulsion. Of the horrible plans of the disaffected, there can no longer be any doubt ; and we confess our fears are greater than our hopes, that the storm may pass away without leaving fearful marks of its ravages. Be it as it may, there are principles planted in the minds of a mass of our population which half a century will not eradicate, and which will long keep this country in a fever of anxiety and alarm. To the wisdom of parliament, the decision and energy of the executive, and to the awakened feelings of the sound part of our population, we look with confidence to crush the designs of treason, and bring the guilty to speedy punishment. It is not those who are suffering the greatest hardships which now menace and alarm this country ; on the contrary, the former most anxiously wish to be freed from their tormentprs, who in general are men who have plenty of work, and even high wages. These men, for their own criminal views, endeavour to hurry on the poor and needy to pillage, plunder, and destruction. The day is at hand, we hope, when the one will be effectually relieved, and the other punished.
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