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Prices of Canal and Dock Property, &c.

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Gayton G. Edmonton, coach-master, April 6 Ramsay J. High street victualler, March 30
Gill R. Southwark, tailor, March 19

Ramscar E. Stockport, victualler, March 16
Hall T. Leeds, merchant, March 26

Remmie G. F. Oxford street, confectioner, April 9 Harris J. Skipton-under-Whichwood, Oxon, corn. kevis T. Cambridge,lace merchant, April 13 dealer, March os

Richardson E. Great Russel str. linea draper, Haslam J. Brentwood, shop-keeper, April 13

March 23 Haynes T. Blackfriars road, Staffordshire ware. Rogers G. South Anston, York, maltster, April 6 houseinan, March 26

Roskell J. Liverpool, linen-draper, April 13 Hearder (3. Torquay, upholder, April 6

Saul T. Manchester, wool-stapler, April 2 Hellewell J. Elland, woollen manufacturer, Mar. 26. Schroder 11. College hill, sugar refiner, April 9 Hellmers H. John str. Commercial road, ship. Slatter T. Ilminster, clothier, Maren 23 Broker, Ap.il (3

Sly R. Chedworth, miller, March 30
Herbert J. Uckington, Gloucester, farmer, April 9 Smith G. Sheffield, Britanuia manufacturer, Apr. 13
Hill R. Maddresfield, farmer. April.

Smith R. Richmond, hosier, April 6
Hill W. Cork hili Ratcliff, grocer, March 26 Smith T. Austin Friars, merchant, March 30
Hilton R. W:319, lineu-draper, March 23

Snell J. Greit Torrington, shopkeeper, March 19 Holden 'T'. Manchester, butcher, March 26

Solomon M. Birmingham, jeweller, April 9 Holmes T. Warwick, grocer, March 16

Southcott J. Bristol, victualler, March 30 Humphries H. St. Bennet's hill, druggist, Mar. 26 Spitta C. L. & Co. Lawrence Pountney lane, mere Jackman T. sen. Oakley Farm, Southa npton, far.

chauts, March 23 mer, Mirch 16

Stapleton W. Newport Pagnell, brewer, Mar. 23 James H. F Manchester, picture dealer, April 9 Stow J. Greenwich, cabinet-maker, April 13 Johnson W Lee is, innkeeper, March 26

pryn, grocer, pril 6. Joseph S. Gosport, slopseller. April 9

Tuck J. Woodford, butcher, March 30 Keni F. Mark lane, wine merchant, March 16 Tudball w. Taunton, grocer, March 16 Kieckhoefer G. Islington, merchant, April 9 Walker, J. chief officer, and J. Lanb, surgeon of Kirkham R. l'hornton, merchant, April 9

the Lord Melville, March 19 Lakeman W. Slaucombe, maltster, April 6

Walker J. Nicholas lauè, insurance broker, Mar. 26 Lerett w, Coventry street, halter, April 9

Walton J. Coventry, ribbon-manufacturer, April 6 Lloyd R. W. Chester, wide-merchant, March 16 Ward J. Hanworth, victualler, April 2 Marks W. H. jun Bath, woollen draper, Mar. 26 Warner S. Milk street, linen-draper, March 30 Maton W. New Sarum, grocer, March 16

Weaver S. Holborn, floor-cloth manufacturer Apr.9 Nelson A. Plymouth, liner draper, April 6

Westou J. & T. Thoruton, Hull, timber incrchants, Newman T. St. Ives, waggonér, March 16

March 19 Newstead J. Acle, Norfolk, spirit merchant, Apr.. Wetherall C. Salford, butcher, March 16 Newton W. Davenport, corn-dealer, April 6 Wilkinson R. & Co. Stockton, bankers, April Nicholson W. Huil, merchant, March 19

Williamson W. Gringley-on-the-Hi!, Nottingham, Norris W. M. East Stonehouse, rope-maker, Apr. 9 cora-factor, March 23 Ozwald W. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant, Apr. 3 Winsor W. Plymouth, tavern-keeper, April 9 Pain P. Romford, butcher, March 16

Winstanley J. Bearbioder lang, insurance-broker, Painter R. W. Sidmouth str, Gray's Ino late, car. March 19 penter, March 16

Woodward J. Westbury:upon-Trym, vintner, April Parker G. Bawdrip, inerchant, April 2

13 Pix W. Northiam, merchant, April 13

Woodward W. Cursicor-street, jeweller, April 6 Pugh R. Kingston, victualler, March 25

Wright R. Watling str. warehouseman, March 19 Pyne T. Southwark, leather-seller, April 2

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Prices of Canal Shares, &c. in the Month of March, 1816, at the Ofice

of Mr. Clarke, 39, Throgmorton Street.
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CANALS.
1. s. 1.

BRIDGES

11. s. l. Coventry .144 0 780 Vauxhall, fool.

52 Croydon

5

WATER-WORKS. Ellesmere and Chester 4 ol 76

East London

2 O 65 10 Grand Junction

o 180
Kent.

O 30 a 31 Grand Surrey

48
Portsmouth.

17 a 16 Huddersfield

10
South London

30 Kennet and Avon

lo 15l 16 a 15 West Middlesex Old Union

098 Monmouthshire

10 0 140
Albion

30 0 Oxford

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10 West India

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MISCELLANEOUS.
BRIDGES.
Highgate Archway

8 Southwark, 751. pd.

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Surrey Institution.

12 0 Strand, 100l. pd.

17
Auction Mart,

15 Strand Annuities, 60l. pd. 9 01 prem.

Gas Light and Coke Comp. 6 prem.

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Price Current for April 1816.

(April 1, rice for Home|Board & Br Consumption Skip fer Duty paid portutto, 105 a 150 100 a 95 137 a 120 182 a 116

85 a

72 122 a 130 761 84 120 a 114 74 a

70 a 76 1632 12a

26 a 86 a 948

602 86 a 90

58 a 72 a 86

50 a 112 a 120 82 a 75 90 a 105 60 a 75 a 80

80 a 62 a 76 00 a 74 52

60 54 a 70 50 a 62 55 a 60 551 100 a 105 94 a 90 82 a 80 96 a 90

56 a so 35 40 a 43 4 210 a 39 10 a

9 a 91 sa o 10 à 17 9 a 16

$ 401 a 351 50 2 55 50 275 43

& 35 18 a 30

SUGAR-Double refined loaves

Hambro and Turkey do.
Single and powder loaves
Good and fine lumps

Muscovado sugars pay a duty of
Brown and middling do.

308. per cwt. and clayed $55. per Crushed lumps

cwt. for refining or "hoine conBrown Candy

sumption; and for exportation Molasses

the refined receive a bounty, and Moscovadnes-Fine Jamaica the raw and clayed a drawback Good do. of other islands

equal to the fall duty paid for Brown and middling

home consumption. Fine clayed East India - White and fine

Brown and yellow
Havannah--Fine white

These are only imported for re-
Brown and yellow

exportation. Being the growth Brazil - White and fine

of foreign plantations, they are Brown and yellow

subject to such heavy duties as COFFEE--St. Domingo, mid. & fine are equal to a prohibition for Do, ordinary and good

home coasuinption. Porto Rico, Havannah,

and Brazil Cheribon, Java, and Bourbon

1025. sd. per cwr. Mocha Demerara, Dominica, &c. fine

725, 4d. Do. ordinary, middling, and good Jamaica, fine

Do. ordinary, middling, and good RUM- Jamaica

11s. 7d. per gall. Other Islands PIMENTO

old. PEPPER-Company's black

1s. 100). Privilege and light do. TOBACCO- Fine Virginia

33. 2d. Do. Maryland Ordinary qualities

S WINE-Port

521. 105.

per pipe of 138 gall.

126 481. os. Sherry

110 Madeira 421, 5s.

138 Lisbon 521. 10s,

126 481. os. Spanish red Claret

231. 1os.

per hhd. of 60

20s. RICE-Carolina

per cwt. East India COTTON WOOL-Permambucco

pr lb. Maranham and Bahia

85. 7d. per 100 lbs. West India, Demerara, &c.

imported in BriFine Sea Island

tish, Portuguese, or New Orleans

American ships, and Bowed Georgia

25$ 60, in others. Bengal, Surat, and Smyrna SPICES-Cloves

58.703. Mace Cinnamon

25, 6d, Nutmegs

5s. 5d.

141.
Cassia
TEA-Bohea and common Congou

Congou middling and good
Souchong do.

96 per cent, on the

sale price.
Twankay
Hyson Skin or Bloom
Hyson good and fine
TALLOW-St. Petersbgh yel.Candle 35. 2d. duty per cwt.
Do. White and Soap do.

imported ju a British South American

ship, and 3s. 1 d. For. HEMP-Riga, Rhine, & St. Peters ol. 25. 1d. BS per ton

per lb.

The whole of these articles are generally sold by the merchants at the exportation prices, and
when intended for home consumption the buyers pay the duties affixed, which added to the ex-
portation price gives the price for home consumption.

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sic Value of Bullion in Great Britain, and the Intrinsic Pars of Exchange, according to the Mint Regulations for the Value of
Gold and Silver at the respective Places ; shewing also the extreme High Price of Bullion, and extreme Courses of Exchange,
occasioned by the extended Commercial Proscription that prevailed throughout Europe in the Years 1811, 1812 und 1813.

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Price Current for April 1816.

[April 1, TOTT price for Home Board a Britis

Consumption, Ship for Ex

Duty paid portation. SUGAR-Double refined loaves

W165 a 150 100 a 95 Hambro and Turkey do.

137 a 120 7 8 a 90 Single and powder loaves

182 a 116

85 a 72 Good and fine lumps

Muscovado sugars pay a duty of

122 a 130 76 a 84 Brown and middling do.

308. per cwt. and clayed $5s. per

120 a 117 74 a 70 Crushed lumps cwt, for refining or hoine con

70 a 76 Brown Candy sumption; and for exportation

1634 12 a 130 Molasses the refined receive a bounty, and

26 a 275 Moscovadoes-Fine Jamaica the raw and clayed a drawback 86 a 945 60 2 54 Good do. of other islands

equal to the full duty paid for 86 a 90 58 a 50 Brown and middling home consumption.

72 a 86 50 a 46 Fine clayed

112 a 120 82 a 76 East India - White and fine

90 a 105 60 a 56 Brown and yellow

75 a 80 44 a 56 Havannah--Fine white These are only imported for re

80 a 85 Brown and yellow exportation. Being the growth

62 a 76 Brazil-- White and fine of foreigu plantations, they are

60 a 74 Brown and yellow subject to such beavy duties as

543 60 COFFEE--St. Domingo, mid. & fine are equal to a prohibition for

54 a 70 Do. ordinary and good home consumption.

50 2 62 Porto Rico, Havannah, and Brazil

55 a 00 Cheribon, Java, and Bourbon

1028. sd. per cwt.

551 80 Mocha

100 3 105 Demerara, Dominica, &c. fine

94 2 90 Do ordinary, middling, and good

622 80 Jamaica, fine

96 a 90 Do. ordinary, middling, and good

56 a 80 RUM-Jamaica

115, 7d. per gall.

38 4d a 43 44 Other Islands

210 a 32 PIMENTO

10 a 91 PEPPER-Company's black

15. 10d).

9 a of Privilege and light do.

84 a 9 TOBACCO --Fine Virginia

38. 2d.

10 a 17 Do. Maryland

9 a 16 Ordinary qualities

64 as WINE-Port

521. 105.
per pipe of 188 gall.

401 a 561

126 Sherry 481. os.

30 a 55 Madeira 421. 58.

50 a 75 Lisbon 521. 105.

45 8 35 Spanish red 481. os.

18 a 30 Claret

231. 1os.

per hhd. of 60 , RICE-Carolina

20s.
per cwt.

27 a 25 East India

20 a 16 COTTON WOOL-Permambucco

125 3da 2s 4d Maranham and Bahia 85. 7d. per 100 lbs.

12 1 2 2 West India, Demerara, &c. imported in Bri

1 a 2 5 Fine Sea Island tish, Portuguese, or

27 a 2 10 New Orleans American ships, and

20 a

21 Bowed Georgia 258 6d, in others.

18 a

90 Bengal, Surat, and Smyrna

14 a 15 SPICES-Cloves

58.709.

4 0 2 3 6 Mace

7 6 a 100 Cinnamon

2s.6d.

6a 10 5 Nutmegs

53. 3d.

60 a 44 Cassia

1412 16: TEA-Bohea and common Congou

1s 11da es 7 Congou middling and good

29 a 3 5 Souchong do. 06 per cent, on the

14 4 2 3 10 Twankay sale price.

2 a 2 5 Hyson Skin or Bloom

2 a 4 6 Hyson good and fine

4 4 4 9 TALLOW-St. Petersbgh yel.Candle 3s. 2d. duty per cwt.

52s 535 Do. White and Soap do.

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50 51 South American

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51 53 HEMP-Riga, Rhine, & St. Peters- ol. 25. 1d. BS per ton 411 43 341 a 311 bugh clean & Half clean &outshots 101.58. lod, FS

40 38 32 a 30 Flax PDR. and PTR.

*75, 11d. BS

72 68 76 a 70 St. Petersburg 12 Head

115, 10d, SF

64 65 64 a 65

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Title, containing the Prices of Bullion and Courses of Exchange, from Nov. 24, 1815, to March 20, 1816, shewing the Intrin

sic Value of Bullion in Great Britain, and the Intrinsic Pars of Exchange, according to the Mint Regulations for the Value of Gold and Silver at the respective Places ; shewing also the extreme High Price of Bullion, and extreme Courses of Exchange, occasioned by the extended Commercial Proscription that prevailed throughout Europe in the Years 1811, 1812 und 1813.

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