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Os. 4d. to Os.
Lamb, per quarter. 12s. Od. to 15s. Od. 6s. 8d. to 9s. 6d.
Tallow, per stone
Tuesday, Feb. 8.
Os. 4d. to Os.
4d. to Os. 7d. | Quartern Loaf
Os. 6d. to Os.
Eggs, per dozen Os.
3 per cent. consols,
Wheat. Barley. 1st,....36s. 6d. 1st, 32s. Od. 1st, 20s. Od. 2d, ....32s. Od. | 2d, 28s. Od. 2d, 17s. Od. | 2d, 3d, ....27s. Od. 3d, 24s. Od. | 3d, 14s. Od. 3d, Average £1, 13s. 4d. 6-12ths. Average Prices of Corn in England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Weck
ended 5th February.
3d, ...28s. Od. 3d,......16s. Od.
34 per cent. consols,......... New 4 per cent. consols, India stock,.
52 to 8 Tick ditto, new
54 to 67 Ditto, old
36 to 40 Fine ditto
32 to 37 Poland ditto
35 to 37 Flour, per sack
Wheat, 66s. 7d.-Barley, 34s. 11d.-Oats, 23s. 3d.-Rye, 40s. 1d.-Beans, 40s. 2d.-Pease,'41s. 2d.
S. d. 8.
2 to 10
Wheat, red, old 54 to 70/White pease 40 to 44 Wheat, per 70 lb.
s. d. s. d.
26 to 28 Eng.
25 to 25 Scotch.
26 to 28 Irish
25 27 Foreign
28 to 30 Oats, per 15 lb.
8. s. d.
1st, 18s. Od. 1st,
Pease & Beans.
22 15-16 23
Os. 9d. to Os. 10.
4d. to 1s. 8d.
Od. to 223. Od.
1s. 4. Os. Od.
2293 304 2298
Butter, Beef, &c.
10 Belfast, 37 0 to 98 0
Hams, dry, 65 0 to 75 0 0 Green . 56 0 to 80 0 0 Lard, rd.p.c. 57 0 to 58 0
106 51 61
Course of Exchange, Feb. 8.-Amsterdam, 12:3. C. F. Ditto at sight, 12: 0. Rotterdam, 12: 4. Antwerp, 12: 4. Hamburgh, 37:1. Altona, 37: 2. Paris, 3 d. sight, 25: 15. Bourdeaux, 25: 45. Frankfort on the Maine, 152. Petersburgh, per rble. 9: 3. Us. Berlin, 7: 5. Vienna, 10: 4. Eff. flo. Trieste, 10:4. Eff. flo. Madrid, 36. Cadiz, 35. Bilboa, 354. Barcelona, 35. Seville, 351. Gibraltar, 31, Leghorn, 48. Genoa, 444. Venice, 27: 0. Malta, 0:0. Naples, 40. Palermo, per oz. 118. Lisbon, 51. Oporto, 51 Buenos Ayres, 434. Rio Janeiro, 48. Bahia, 50. Dublin, 94. per cent. Cork, 94 per cent.
Prices of Gold and Silver, per oz.-Foreign gold, in bars, £3: 17: 9d. per oz. New Doubloons, £3: 15: Od. New Dollars, 4s. 101d. Silver in bars, stand. 5s. Old.
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Calton-hill.
N.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, afternoon. The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.
Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.
.866 A.36 J M.29 .882 M.36 A. 34 29.23 A. 36 M.30 .273 M.36) .234 A. 39
M.30 A. 42
A. 46 M.11
Ther. Barom. Ther.
M.31 29.384 M.45 A. 41 28.999 A. 44
A. 39 M.30
M.29 A.33 M.21
.872 M.41 29.696 A. 38 .642 M.39 .246 A. 36 .750 M.36) 30.252 A. 35
M.39 A. 45
JM.31 A. 40
.316 M.32 .306 A. 32 .165 M.35 .165 A. 40 f 29.999 M.43 30.220 A. 42 .482 M.42) .452 A. 41 f .590 M.39 .728 A. 58
A. 40 M.32
.550 M.36 .550 A. 39 .420 M.10r .396 A. 40 .311 M.40 S. .28 A. 40 f M.32 29.993 M.40
.892 A. 41 .859 M.41 A. 40 sw. .680 A. 14 f M.39 .525 M.44 A. 44 .362 A. 44 S SW. M.29 28.999 M.461 †A. 45 (29.115|A. 12 J
Frosty, 7, snow on ground. Ditto, with sunshine.
Heavy rain, and sleet. Keen frost, snow on grd. Shrs, of rain and sleet. Morn. ditto, day fair. Keen frost,
snow on hills. Rain morn. land even. Sunsh.'foren. aftern. dull. Fair, but dull.
Average of rain, 2,796.
Morn. sleet, day fair. Dull, shrs. of rain. Morn. frost, day rain. Morn. sleet, day frost. Keen frost, with sunsh. Fresh, fair, and cold. Dull, but fair, mild. Morn. frost, day sunsh.
Morn. frost, day dull.
Fresh, fair, but cold. Morn.frosty, d. dull, cold. Fair, mild,
Dull, but fair.
Jan. 17 A.30 29.120 M.40 M.36 .296 A. 40 A. 34 28.490 M.42 M.41 .680 A. 38 A. 271 .840 M.38 M.57 .899 A. 38SW. A. 32 29.292 M.39 M.38 .616 A.38 -715 M.38) -792 A. 37 .880 M.36
.950 A. 37
.961 A. 45
M.31 29.574 M.38
.805 M.37 .805 A. 38 .668 M.36 .868 A. 35 f 29.542 M.34) .225 A. 36 28.965 M.37 A. 37 29.192 A. 39) M.32 28.655 M.45 A. 50 .822 A.40 M.281 .999 M.37 A. 34 29.544 A. 38) M.28 28.850M.421 A. 46 .999 A. 40 M.34 29.244 M.401 A. 37 .533 A. 38 .635 M.38 .565 A. 40 .503 M.38 .596 A. 40 .150 M.45 .381, A. 45
Attach. Ther. Barom. Ther.
M.29 A. 35
M.33 A. 36
M.32 A. 49
Dull, flying shwrs. rain.
Average of rain, 1.282.
Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.
Morn. snow, day fair. Morn. rain, day fair. Dull, but fair, cold. Morn. frost, dull day. Frosty,after. sunshine. Morn. frost, day mild. Frosty, rather dull. Frost morn.
day sunsh. Rain & sleet most of day. Rain foren. aftern. sleet. Frost,sunsh. very cold. Aftern. rain and sleet. Dull, with
shwrs. rain. Day fair, night h.rain,
ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 20th November, 1824, and 20th January, 1825; extracted from the London Gazette.
Banks, J. and W. Garrod, of Beccles, Suffolk,
Barnard, S. Camberwell, jeweller.
Bennallack, J. F. Truro, scrivener.
Bond, C. Gravesend, victualler.
Byram, R. J. and J. Saddleworth, York, woollen manufacturers.
Cachard, G. Henrietta-street, Covent-garden, watch-maker.
Campbell, T. B. Brick-lane, Spitalfields, grocer. Chambers, L. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, spirit-mer
Garner, W. Margate, bookseller.
Gerrish, J. sen. and J. Gerrish, jun. Frome-Selwood, clothiers.
Giblett, J. Frome, Selwood, clothier.
Giles, J. and G. Dennis, Bow Street, Covent-garden, victuallers..
Gledhill, J. Halifax, merchant.
Good, W. sen. and W. Good, jun. Hythe, Southampton, ship-builders.
Grayburn, W. Nottingham, draper.
Hopkins, W. D. Dunster-court, Mincing-lane, ship-broker.
Houghton, J. and S. P. Skinner-street, leathersellers.
Johnson, W. Bedfordbury, draper.
Lamb, G. Blackwall, merchant.
Lander, J. Strand, hardwareman.
Larkin, J. Canon-street-road, shopkeeper.
Le Cointe, J. R. St Helen's-place, merchant.
Metz, S. Southampton-street, Strand, bill-broker.
Morris, T. Oswestry, mercer.
Morton, R. Westbury, Wilts, corn-factor. Niven, J. Peterborough, draper.
O'Hare, J. Chepstow, Monmouth, grocer. Palmer, J. Lambeth, tailor.
Parker, W. Hampstead-road, builder.
Phillipson, W. St Martin's-lane, Canon-street, drysalter.
Pickman, J. Shoreditch, grocer.
Platt, J. Platt-lane, Saddleworth, York, woollen manufacturer.
Pocock, W. Layton, Essex, cabinet-maker.
Powell, W. Upper North-place, Gray's-inn-laneroad, plumber.
Prodgers, E. Ludlow, Shropshire, banker. Prodgers, G. E. and J. Ludlow, Shropshire, bank
Radford, S. Chiswell-street, victualler.
Richards, J. Wolverhampton, miller.
Rishton, E. Preston, money-scrivener.
Roffe, C. St Martha on the Hill, Guildford, paper manufacturer.
Rogers, W. Upton, victualler.
Rolfes, W. G. Fenchurch-street, broker.
Seward, J. G. Blandford Forum, Dorset, cooper.
Shaw, T. Southampton, wine-merchant.
Slade, J. Mevagissey, Cornwall, mercer.
Starkey, W. Lower-road, Deptford, butcher.
Bishop, James, cow-feeder and spirit-dealer, Cowgate, Edinburgh.
Clyne, John, merchant, Leith.
Gregg, James, junior, writer in Ayr, printer and publisher,
Hart, Thomas William, draper and merchant in Greenock.
ALPHABETICAL LIST of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st of December 1824, and the 30th of January 1825, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Kennedy, Duncan, merchant, accountant, and agent, in Glasgow.
Kirkland, William, surgeon and drysalter, and dealer in oils, in Cumnock.
Lowe, John and James, merchants in Greenock.
Marshal, Peter, and Co. late merchants in Glasgow.
M Kenzie, John, cattle-dealer, Ledbeg, parish of Assynt, Sutherlandshire.
Milne, James, merchant, Gallowgate, Glasgow.
Stewart, David, junior, oil and colour-man, and spirit-merchant, Edinburgh.
Taylor, James, bleacher in High Arthurly.
Stephens, W. Alphington and Heavitree, Devon, builder.
Bell, William, manufacturer, Anderston, Glasgow; a first and final dividend on 10th February.
Sugden, J. Huddersfield, York, cloth merchant.
Temple, W. R. Sowerby, York, wine-merchant.
Thompson, G. F. Wood-street, Cheapside, silk. manufacturer.
Townend, J. R. Minories, hat-manufacturer.
Walker, J. Rishopsgate-street, hardware-man.
White, Mary and J. and J. Great Eastcheap, perfumers.
Willett, F. Holborn-bridge, druggist.
Woolcott, H. Paddington, stone mason.
Wynne, G. Stafford, shoe-manufacturer.
2 Life Gds. Lt. Reid, Capt. by purch. vice Chichester, prom. 11 Nov. 1824. Cor. and Sub.-Lt. Smith, Lt. do. J. Davidson, Cor. and Sub-Lt. do. R. Horse G. Ens. Lord Dorchester, from h. p. 8 F. Cor. vice H. Wellesley, ret.
2 Dec. 7 Dr. Gds. Acting Adj. Hely, Cor. without pay 25 Nov.
Burn and Pringle, wood merchants in Fisherrow; a dividend after 16th February. Cameron and Bisset, agents in Dunkeld; a divi
dend on 23d February.
Carsewell, William and James, wrights and builders in Glasgow; a first and final dividend after 20th January.
Fyfe, James, joiner and cabinet-maker in Leith; a second dividend after 28th February. Gibbs and Company, late nursery and seedsmen in Inverness; a dividend after 11th January, to the creditors of Gibbs and Company; no dividend to the creditors of the individual partners. M'Caal, James, and Company, contractors for the Public Buildings at Ayr, and masons and builders there; a dividend on 2d February. Macmath, Donald, merchant in Inverary; a 24 dividend on 17th January.
Paterson, Walker, and Co. merchants and general commission agents, Leith; a first and final dividend after 2d March.
Rae, John, candlemaker, Edinburgh; a 2d dividend after 31st January.
Robertson, John, and Company, merchants in Glasgow; a dividend after 15th January. Sutherland, Charles, merchant in Golspie; a dividend on 15th February.
Wilson, George, late spirit dealer, High Street, Edinburgh; a dividend after 14th February. Wilson, Robert, the deceased, merchant in Leith; a dividend 25th March.
Wyllie, R. and M., manufacturers in Glasgow; a dividend on 9th January, to the creditors of Matthew Wyllie; no dividend from the Company estate.
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