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Wheat, 240 lbs. Oats, 261 lbs. Barley, 320 lbs. Bus. & Pse.jOatmeal Flour,
Dantzic. For.red. AmericnIrish. Scots. Eng. English. Scotch. Stir. Mea. 140 lbs. 280 lbs.

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d. S. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. Feb. s. d. 8. d. s. d. $. d. s.
545 4 28 251 252 11 52 5 7 84 10 49 9| 45 327 348
1 45 3 28 5 45 452 033 0 14 86 050 845 427 752
81 45 10 28 11 54 10 52 132 4 21 186 4 495 45 11 28 152
61 45 11 29 4154 151 533 1 28 85 8 30 31 45 7 128 6151

d. s. d. 5151 6 9525 9517 8!499

Aggregate Averages of the Twelve Maritime Districts of England and Wales,

by which Importation is to be regulated in Great Britain. Wheat, 868.-Rye, 49s. 10d.-Barley, 15s. 6d.-Oats, 27. 2d.—Beans, 19s. 78.-Pease, 514. 100.

Oatmeal, 31s. 20.-Rapeseed, 106s. 6d.

Average Prices of Scotland for the Four Weeks immediately preceding 15th Feb. Wheat, 69s. 6d.-Rye, 6ls. Il.-Barley, 41s. 3d. -Oats, 325: 11d.-Beans, 52s. 100.- Peaze, 52s. Sd

Oatmeal, 28s. 70.-Bear or Big, 40s. 3d.

COMMERCIAL REPORT.

COLONIAL PRODUCE.-Sugars.--Sinee our last Report, the demand for Muscova. does has continued steady, chiefly by the wholesale grocers anticipating an extensive home trade. Prices have kept up fully to last quotations ; and at Liverpool and Glas. gow are nearly the same as in London. Refined sugars have been quoted rather a shade lower ; but, from the reduced stock, no serious decline can take place. Foreign continues in request. Coffee-has undergone considerable fluctuations, and the public sales have been generally at a reduction of Is. to 28. per cwt ; but no public sales were brought forward last week, and holders are sanguine in their expectation of an advance. Cotton.-Prices have experienced a small improvement; and, although little business has been done last week, holders will not submit to a depression to facilitate sales. Rum.--Little business has been done since our last, and prices are merely nominal ; but purchases may be made a shade lower. Tobacco.-There have been considerable sales lately; the prices are improving, and the reports of the Continental markets are also more favourable, though still below the currency of London. The imports this season have been considerably less than had been generally anticipated. Tel.At the India sale, which is expected to close towards the end of the week, Boheas have sold 4d. per lb. above the last sale prices; Congos are going off 2d. to 3d. per lb. higher. Oil.The prices of Greenland are again lower; a public sale of 64 tons of fine American sperm went off at L. 113, 10s. to L. 115, 10s.

EUROPEAN PRODUCE.-Hemp, Flac, and Tallow. The prices of tallow fluctuate greatly on account of expected arrivals. Prices for parcels in hand, Is. to 2s. lower ; for parcels expected soon to arrive, Is. to 2s. higher. Brandy and Genova-have remained nearly stationary ; some inferior parcels of Cogniac have been sold at a small reduction March 10.

Course of Exchange, London, March 13.--Amsterdam, 36 : 10 B. 2 U. Ditto at sight, 36 : 4. Rotterdam, 11:7: 2 V. Antwerp, 11:9 Ex. M. Agio of the Bank on Holland, 2. Hamburgh, 34 : 0:24 U. Altona, 34:1:24 U. Paris, 3 days sight, 24: 5 U. Bourdeaux, 24 : 25. Frankfort on the Maine, 142 : Ex. M. Madrid, 394 effective. Cadiz, 399 effective. Gibraltar, 35. Leghorn, 51%. Lisbon, 58%. Rio Janeiro, 67. Dublin, 8% per cent. Cork, 9.

Prices of Gold and Silver, per oz.-Portugal gold, in coin, L. 4:1:6. Foreign gold, in bars, L. 4:1:6. New Dollars, L. 0:5:5. Silver in bars, standard, L.0: 5 : 4.

Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's.-Guernsey or Jersey, 20s.—Cork or Dublin, 20s. a 255. Belfast, 259. Hamburgh, 20s. a 25. Madeira, 20s. Jamaica, 35$. a 40s. Greenland, out and home,

Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from February 18 to March 11, 1818.

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PRICES CURRENTMARCH 7.

LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL. Loxbox. TEA, Bohea, per lb.

2s 6 2s 70 Congou,

30 31 Souchong,

3 9 311 SUGAR, Musc. B. P. Dry Brown, cwt. 75 74 77 | 71 79 76

78 Mid. good, & fine mid. 82

86 78
88 80

90 80 Fine and very fine, 88 90

91 96 83 Havannah, Brown,

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52 Yellow,

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56 55 White,

63 72 63 68 Brazil, Brown,

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46 White,

02 55

58 Muscovado, Refined,Double Loavescwt.150 155

Is 4d Is Ga Powder ditto, 1124 128

117 126 Single ditto,

118

J24 116 118 123 120 Small Lumps,

114 118 110 112 125 128 103 109 Large ditto,

10 114 105 108 113 118 110 123 Crushed Lumps, 05 68

CI 72 MOLASSES, British, cwt. 38 4035 3639

34s 6d COFFEE, Jamaica, cwt.

Ord. good, and tine ord. 98 10497 105 93 10498 104 Fine and very fine,

113 114 112 116 Dutch, Triage & very ord. 90 94

90 97 Ord. good, & fine ord. 98

105 98
107 39

104 St Domingo,

105
109 100
103 100

105 PIMENTO (in Bond), lb. 9

10 9

0 9! JO SPIRITS Jam. Rum 160.P. 35 8d 3s 100 3 6 3 3 4 3 6 35 4d

5s 60 Brandy, [gall. 14 0 14 3

12 3 Geneva, 3 9

36 3 8 Aqua Old,

7 6 7 9 Wines, Clar. Ist Gr. hhd. 30 54

£35

£60 Portugal Red, pipe, 43 50

54 Spanish White, butt, 30 55

25 Madeira, pipe, CO 70

60 66 LOGWOOD, Jamaica, ton. £8 0 48 10 8 5 8 JO 9.0 95 8 5 Honduras,

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9 8 5 90 9 10 9 15 8 5 8 10 Campeachy,

10 10 0 10 10 10 0 10 10 Fustic, Jamaica, 12 15

12 0 14 0 114 £13 Cuba, 17

11610 17 5 Indigo, Caraccas fine, lb. 9s Cd Ils 6d 8 6 9 6 9 0 1 0 10s Cd lid TIMBER, Amer. Pinc, foot, 2 2 2 4

2 10 30 Ditto Oak,

4 6 5 0 Honduras Mahogany, 1 0 1 6 0 10 18 11 14 Is 20 ls 3d Tar, American, barrel,

19 020 019 6 Archangel, 22 23

21 0 23 022 PITCH, Foreign, 12

9 6 13 Tallow Rus. Yel. Candle, 77 78

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81 80 81 76 Home melted, [cwt. 77 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton.

48 48 Petersburgh Clean, 46 47 46

50 5247 FLAX, Riga ith. & Dr. Ra. 79 Dutch,

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CO MATS, Archangel, 112 115

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BRISTLES, Peters. Firsts, 16 0 16 10
ASHES, Petersburgh Pearl, 57 58 60 62
Montreal ditto, (cwt. 06 68 65 66 60

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61 62 62 64 57

58 58 011., Whale, tun,

54 55 55 56 48 Cod, 55(p.brl.)- 50

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8j| 0 44 0 5 65 7 Cottons, Bowed Georgia,

17 1 109 164 1 841 7 1931 Sea Island, fine,

3 2 3 8 2 10 3 0 2 5 3 6 Demerara and Berbice,

1 10 2 13 1 10 2 1 10 2 2 Pernambuco,

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ALPHABETICAL List of English BANKRUPTCIES, announced between February

1, and February 28, 1818, extracted from the London Gazette.
Ablitt, N. Great Yarmouth, corn-merchant Howie, J. Liverpool, grocer
Arndt, J. G., and J. C. Moesner, London, toy. James, R. Bristol, cabinetmaker
merchants

Jones, J. Billingsley, Hereford, corn-dealer
Andras, P. Melcombe Regis, Dorset, milliner Jenden, C. Worthing, Sussex, saddler
Batt, w. Somerset, horsedealer

Knight, B. Stafford, baker
Brewer, J. A. Bath, printer

Keene, T. Fulham, victualler Brown, J. York, woollendraper

Latcham, C. Bristol, money-scrivener Bailey, J. Reading, Berks, linendraper

Legg, T. London, merchant Baynton, T. and W. Worcester, grocers

Long, H. J. V., and F. B. Feltoe, London ince Barker, R. J., and J. Stafford, potters

merchants Bray, R. Gosport, Hants, haberdasher

Lloyd, B. Llanasa, Flint, clerk Brown, H. Ruddington, Nottingham, butcher Miller, J. Chelsea, merchant Bradfield, F. Wymondham, Norfolk, grocer Parr, J. O. Liverpool, merchant Brown, H. Doncaster, dealer in clothes

Pallister, T. York, currier Boss, W. London, gunmaker

Page, J. London, grocer Bush, W. Saffron-Walden, Essex, carpenter Parsons, J. Burton, Lancaster, cotton-manufac Bone, G. London, merchant

turer Brown, c. London, jeweller

Polly, J. London, linen-draper Baker, J. Batlı, tailor

Pickard, D. Liverpool, coachmaker
Brash, A. J. Liverpool, merchant

Proctor, W. Sheffield, optician
Bassett, M. Greenwich, boot and shoemaker Porter, T. Arthret, Cumberland, innkeeper
Broughall, R. Shrewsbury, grocer

Privett, P. Brighton, maltster
Byr, G. H. London, winemerchant

Pilbury, T. Chelsea, tailor Brooke, J., and C. Bowstead, Nantwich, mer. Powell, P., and M. Hastings, booksellers chants

Powell, J. Presteign, Radnor, farmer Calverley, R. Kegworth, Leicester, miller

Proctor, W. Kestleshulme, Cheshire, ondico Cooke, J. S. S. London, cheesernonger

printer Champion, T. West Ham. Essex, farmer

Rose, J. Swansea, dealer
Cater, R. New Woodstock, Oxford, ironmonger Rigby, W. Liverpool, corn-factor
Cross, R. Abergavenny, victualler

Ronalds, F. H., and J. Singleton, London, ware, Churehhill, s. London, distiller

housemen Chetham, J. Oldhamn, Lancaster, shoemaker Rennison, T. Gloucester, tavern-keeper Collins, J. Gosport, grocer

Radeliffe, J. Chesterfield, Derby, surgeon Cotsford, W. F. Upper Clapton, plumber

Saint, T. junior, Gloucester, flax-spinner Dawson, T., and J. Reith, Gruíton, York, dra Strachan, W. Liverpool, smalt manufacturer pers

Smith, W. Stone, Stafford, grocer Everitt, J. and S., and E. Nash, London, stablers Stephens, S. London, warehouseman Eardley, C. Stockport, cottonspinner

Spencer, T. Manchester, drysalter Evans, D. Liverpool, grocer

Sheeres, M. London, victualler Fearnley, T. Portsmouth, slopseller

Smith, J. Halifax, corn-dealer Green, J. Lambeth, London, blacking-manufac. Smith, W. London, ironmonger turer

Tye, (i, J. Colchester, Essex, grocer Goldspink, R. Brooke, Norfolk, butcher

Twuhy, J. Plymouth, mariner Goodyear, T. London, straw-hat manufacturer Thomas, J. E. Reading, Berks, grocer Hanson, J. Southwick, Hants, victualler

Tengat, G. Manchester, currier Hurry, Ş. London, broker

Walthen, M. Liverpool, grocer Hillier, W. Winchester, brewer

Walker, R. S. Bristol, colour-manufacturer Hincliff, J. Halifax, dealer

Watkin, J. Newark-upon-Trent, painter Hoffman, L. Liverpool, brewer

Walker, T. Rochdale, Lancaster, corn-dealer Hawes, J. Ipswich, pawnbroker

Ward, J. Milton Abbott, Devon, cattle-jobber Hopkins, W. London, cooper

Walsh, J. Halifax, merchant
Howkins, J. Pennyfields, and T. Morris and W. Wright, W. N. Stappleford Abbott, farmer

Constable, Blackwell, Middlesex, builders Younge, J., and J. Deakin, Sheffield, button-
Houlding, J. Liverpool, cotton-broker

manufacturers. Hill, J. Bradwell, Derby, baker

ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between February 1, and February 28, 1818, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

Dunbar, H. Edinburgh, merchant; by A. Ross, SEQUESTRATIONS.

merchant there, 26th March

Gourlay, 0. Craigrothie, farmer and cattle-dealer; Brown, W. Edinburgh, hardware-merchant

by J. Thomson senior, writer in Cupar Fife, Cowie, A. Sillykura, Aberdeenshire, cattle dealer sith March Gillies, C. Brechin, merchant

Grierson, W. Gilmerton, spirit-lealer and grazier braut, R. and W. Auchintullich, timber-mer.

by W. Boyd, merchant in Leith, 20th March chants and cattle-dealers

Jamieson, J. Glasgow, carter and coal-dealer; by Hedder wick, J. W. and C. Hutchisontown of Glas J. Kerr, accountant there, 20 April gow, brewers

Macdonald, A. of Achtriachtan; by T. Macdonald, Johurston, P. Port-Glasgow, upholsterer and mer. writer in Fort-William, 1st June chant

Maxwell, D. Hamilton, dyer; by A. Fullarton, MCracken, A. Glasgow, merchant and soap Glasgow, 24th March boiler

Mitchell, A. Middesbeg of foveran, farmer and M'Farlane, T. Glasgow, cottonspinner

cattle-dealer; by D. Hutcheon, advocate in A. Mitchell, R. and J. Peterhead, wrights and build berdeen, 21st March

Michael and Son, Inverary, merchants ; by Blair

and Mack, writers in Glasgow, 30th March DIVIDENDS.

Reid, R. Thornhill, merchant; by W. Carson,

writer in Dumfries, 12th March Donaldson, G. Edinburgh, draper; by W. Scott, Soutar, J. Dundee, merchant; by G. Duncan, accountant there, Jd April

merchant there, 20th March. VOL. II.

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Feb. 24. At Sundrum, the lady of John

Hamilton, Esq. junior of Sundrum, Sept. 5, 1817. At Surat, the lady of

daughter. John Romer, Esq. Judge and Magistrate March 1. At Laggan, Mrs Capt. Roat that place, a son.

bertson, a son. Nov. 11. At Sand House, Shetland, 3. Mrs Cleghorn, Dundas Street, a son. the lady of John Scott, junior, Esq. of 8. Mrs Patison, Abercromby Place, a Scallaway, a daughter.

daughter. Jan. 5, 1818. At Memel, Mrs Charles

Lately. At Edinburgh, the lady of the Stewart, a daughter.

Right Honourable Lord Ogilvy, a daugh17. At Huntington, East Lothian, Mrs ter. Campbell, a son.

At Lochbuy House, the lady of Mur. 29. At Craigforth, Mrs Çallander, a doch Maclaine, Esq. of Lochbuy, a son. daughter.

At Ardrossan, the lady of Robert Hun. At Springfield, in the county of War- ter, Esq. of Whitfield, Jamaica, a daughwick, the lady of Major Dundas of Carron Hill, in the county of Stirling, a daughter. Feb. 3. At Edradynate, Mrs Stewart

MARRIAGES. Robertson, a daughter.

Dec. 16, 1817. At Valetta, John MacThe lady of Sir Alexander Hood, kenzie, Esq. to Miss Anne Macgill, eldest Bart. a daughter.

daughter of Mr Thomas Macgill, Mal- The lady of the Hon. Drummond Burrell, a son and heir, at his residence Jan. 26, 1818. At Edinburgh, Captain in Piccadilly.

Hugh Stevenson, Campbeltown, to Mrs 6. At his house in Northumberland Macintyre, widow of D. Macintyre, Esq. Street, Edinburgh, the lady of Major. Glenoe. General John Hope, a son.

At Edinburgh, the Rev. Robert Ross At Chapelton, the lady of Captain to Marine, youngest daughter of the late Durie, late of the 92d regiment, a daugh- Mr John Halden of Newcastle.

30. At Lybercross, Gilbert Gordon, Esq. 10. At Arthington, Yorkshire, the lady late of Berbice, to Margaret, daughter of of Colonel Davy, a son.

John Sutherland, Esq. Commissary and J. 11. At Garry Cottage, Perthshire, the P. county of Sutherland. lady of Colonel Macdonell of Glengarry, Feb. 3.-At Nenagh, James Dempster,

Esq. M. D. 93d regiment, to Elizabeth 12. At his house, Union Street, Edin. Maria, only child of John Carroll, Esq. of hurgh, Mrs Captain Henderson of Gloup, Newland, county of Tipperary, Ireland.

5. At Parkhall, William Colville Lear. 13. At Ayr, Mrs Fullarton of Skeldon, month, Esq. of Belle Rose, to Gloriana,

only daughter of the late John Mackenzie, 17. At Balfron, Mrs Marshall, three Esq. of Garnkirk. fine boys, who, with the mother, are all 6. At Edinburgh, Hugh Niblie, Esq. doing well.

Viewbank, to Elizabeth, daughter of the 18. At Schivas, the lady of Alexander late Walter Brown, Esq. of Currie. Forbes Irvine, Esq. of Schivas, and young 9. At Lambeth Place, London, by his er of Drum, a son and heir.

Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, the 19. The lady of Major Menzies, 42d Right Hon. Lord Clive, eldest son of the regiment, a daughter.

Earl and Countess of Powis, to Lady Lucy At Richmond Barracks, Dublin, the Graham, third daughter of the Duke and lady of Lieutenant John Orr, of the 94th Duchess of Montrose. Tegiment, a son.

At Glasgow, James Coats, Esq. of At Eskgrove, the lady of Captain Old Place, to Christian, eldest daughter of North Dalrymple, a daughter.

the late Mr James Bayne, Concraig, Perth21. The lady of John Horrocks, Esq. shire. a daughter.

10. Lieutenant Ross, of the 26th regi. 22. In Albany Street, Edinburgh, the ment, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of lady of Alexander Kennedy, Esq. a daugh- the deceased William Fleming, Esq. of

Kelvin Bank. 23. At Edinburgh, the lady of Lau. 11. At Inverness, James Driver, Esq. Tence Craigie, Esq. of Glendoick, a son. Kirkwall, Orkney, to Miss Annabella

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