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s. d. s. d. s. d. lls. d, s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d.s.d.ll July 19 397/360 41 6 38 8 1125 0 29 0 190 23 020 0220||
26 721 31'5 420139 4 125 0 29 0120 0 240 200 2201 Aug. 2 501 55( 42 659 5 126 031 01220 27019 6 22 6||
9 438 360 430/40 i ||260 31 021 0 25 4|20 0 23 6||
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ll s. d. s.d. s. d. 29 0 19 24 31 18 23 01 17 22 0 July 17119 0 21 oli 4. 30 0 20 25 0 19 24 0 19 24 0 21:20 0 2101 45 30 0 20 25 6 19 24 0 19 21 01 31 20 6 21 9 1 6 32 021 26 0 18 27 0 18 23 0 Aug. 7,21 0 22 6 1 6
1820. Wht. Rye. Brley. Oats. Beans. Pease. Oatm. Wht. Rye. Barley. Oats. Beans. Pease.
s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d s . d. s. d.
s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. July 869 6 44 435 10125 91 44 11 15 8 26 31 70 644 71 36 0 25 243 9 46 1569 71 43 10 36 326 3 44 9 16 1 26 6 544 0
25 11 13 2 45 2270 i 44 7
36 826 6 45 11 16 3 26 671 0 45 435 9 26 545 5 291 70 645 37 6,27 4 15 9 46 226 7:72 545 3 37 227 441. 5 15 11
Aggregate Average of the Twelve Maritime Districts of England and Wales for the Six
Weeks succeeding 15th May 1820. Wheat, 70s, 10.-Rye, 44s. C.--Barley, 31s. 11.--Oats, 25s. 4d.-Beans, 45s. 2d.--Pease; 46. Idi
COLONIAL PRODUCE.-Sugars.--There was a steady, but not extensive, demand for Muscovades last week ; prices without variation, with the exception of the middling kinds, which declined a little. This forenoon the market is dull, and sellers have given way 6d. to Is. per cwt. ; this reduction facilitated the sales, as there were more purchases than for some time previously. The quantity of sugar imported into London during last year was 167,401 hhds. 15,856 tierces, and 7535 barrels. Coffee. This article has been improving for some time, and is now in brisk and general demand, and the prices rapidly advancing. The advance in the course of last week was 6s. to 8s. per cwt. Cotton. There has been some improvement in the demand for cotton; the request appears to be on speculation anticipating an export demand. The quantity of cotton imported into London in 1819 is 4313 barrels, and 331 hhds. Rum.-There have been extensive purchases of rum since last week, and holders are very sanguine in the antici. pation of higher prices. The quantity of rum imported into London, during the year 1819, was 37,245 puncheons, and 880 hhds. Oils. There are about twelve vessels arrived from Greenland, and one from Davis' Straits, which bring rather unfavourable accounts respecting the success of these fisheries. The oil market is in consequence rather heavy. * Tobacco. There are renewed inquiries after tobacco, and several cargoes of Virginia are reported sold at 36s. to 38s. the 100 lbs. manifest weight.
EUROPEAN PRODUCE.-Hemp and Flux remain steady in price. Tallow continues to decline, but the market remains heavy, notwithstanding the late great depression in prices. The late demand for Brundy has subsided, and there are very few purchasers even at a reduction of fully ld. per gallon. The purchases of Geneva continue inconsiderable. London, August 8.
BRITISH MANUFACTURES.We are happy to learn from Sheffield, that the trade of that place has materially revived, and that there is every prospect of a farther amend. ment. Many able hands, in the different mechanical branches of the place, who have been for these nine or twelve months past supported by parochial support, are now in full work ; and there is a fair prospect that many hundred others now unemployed will be taken on in the course of a few weeks,
To the agreeable accounts respecting manufacture contained in the London journals, we are happy to add, that the fall trade is promising. More business than usual was done at Glasgow last week. Intelligence has been received within these eight days that fine mulls and lawns, and some very fine light jaconets, have sold readily in the Calcutta market, and brought from 40 to 45 per cent, gross profit. In Manchester the stocks in the hands of the manufacturers are very low ; a proof that goods have been selling; though there has been little bustle about it,--Glasgow Chronicle.
Course of Exchunge, London, August 11.-Amsterdam, 12 : 6. Ditto, at sight, 12 : 3. Rotterdam, 12 : 7. Antwerp, 12 : 8. Hamburgh, 37 : 6. Altona, 37 : 7. Paris, 3 days sight, 25 : 70. Bourdeaux, 26 : 0. Frankfort on the Maine, 156, Madrid, 344. Cadiz, 344. Gibraltar, 30. Leghorn, 46%. Genoa, 43%. Oporto, 49. Rin Janeiro, 54. Dublin, 7 per cent. Cork, 8 per cent.
Prices of Bullion per 02.- Foreign gold in bars, L. 3:17: 104. New Doubloons, L.3 : 13 : 6. New Dollars, L. 0 :4: 105. Silver in bars, standard, L.0: 5:0,
Premiums of Insurance at Loyd's.-Guernsey or Jersey 12s. 6. Cork or Dublin 10s. 60.--Belfast 10s. 6d.-Hamburgh 10s. 6d.--Madeira 20s. Jamaica 30s.-Greenland out and home 4 gs. to 5 gs. Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from July 19 to August 9, 1820.
July 19. July 26. Aug. 2. ) Aug. 9.
Bank stock, con
224 3 per cent. reduced, commarmarosanamarca 69} 69} 697 3 per cent. consols,
687 684 33 per cent. do. camaraan n aroroona.canar comman
773 4 per cent. do. coroana
873 87 5 per cent. navy annuities concorsow.com 103 103 103 India Stock, ... amowaremmanowarowance Bonds, anor a ma.com
21 pr.) 22 pr. 23 pr. Exchequer bills, 2d. ...manoracowawc.com.co 5 pr. 6 pr. 5 pr. Consols for account, acomamanasaranamarca.w..ammad
69 69 68% French 5 per cents. soomuomoneromowwwcorronom 79. 15c. 78f. 95c. / 79f. 35c.
PRICES CURRENT.AUGUST 12, 1820.
LEITH. | GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL. London. TEA, Bohea, per lb... -
2 3 2 4 Congou,
2 9 3 2 Souchong, . .
-14 3 4 6 SUGAR, Musc. cwt. B. P. Dry Brown,
58 58 60 Mid. Good, & Fine Mid.
76 6168 Fine and very fine, il
83 73 83 Brazil, Brown, ·
White, . . . . .1
36 Refined, Double Loaves, 130
- 12 (lb.) 14 Powder ditto, ... 110
94 113 Single ditto, ... ..
105 Small Lumps, . .
110 Large ditto, . ..
98 Crushed Lumps, .. MOLASSES, British, ...
29 6 COFFEE, Jamaica, ..
Ord. good, and fine ord. 119
138 140 Dutch, Triage & very ord. 100 123
99 120 Ord. good, & fine ord. 124 131
122 129 St Domingo, .....126 128
124 126 PIMENTO (in Bond), Ib.. 8} 89 SPIRITS Jam. Rum 160.P. 3s 0d 3 3
3 5 2 5 4 0 Brandy, gal.. 40 4.6
3 4 4 0 Geneva, . . . . 2 6
20 2-2 Aqua, . .'. .
73 Wines, Clar. Ist Gr. hhd.
350 65 0 Portugal Red, pipe, .
500 54 0 Spanish White, butt. .
300 65 0 Teneriffe, pipe, . . Madeira, . . . .
35 45 LOGwOOD, Jamaica, ton, .
5 15 6 0 | 6 5 6 15 6 5 6 10 Honduras, ...
6 0 6 5 17 0 7 10 6 5 6 15 Campeachy, · · ·
7 15 8 5 Fustic, Jamaica, ...
7 10 8 0 1 7 10 8 0 90 Cuba, . . . . . 9
9 10 10 0 8 5 8 15 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, lb. 9s 6d 11 6 7 6 8 6 8 0 9 0 10 0 10 6 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot, 1 6
Ditto Oak, ..." 3 0 34 -
1 2 1 8
! 0 TAR, American, brl. . .
170 Archangel, . . . .
180 Tallow, Rus. Yel. Candle,
Home melted, cwt.. HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton, Petersburgh Clean, .
1 10 FLAX, Riga Tn. & Dr. Ra.
32 | 36 Oil, Whale, tun, .
- 34 Cod, ......
| 28 TOBACCO, Virg. fine, lb. . - 8
0 8 0 8 0 9 inferior,'.". - 6
0 3 0 3 0 4 0 44 Cottons, Bowed Georgia,
110 i 11 i 0 1 0 Sea Island, fine, ..
2 0 2 2 2 0 2 4 11 7 2 0 Demerara and Berbice,
1 3 1 5 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 4 Pernambucco, ..
1 1 4 1 6 1 35 4 1 4 1 43 Maranham, i . .
114 I 5 1 21 1 3 1 3 1 31
Poole, F. v. CheltenhaSomersetshire New Lo
ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTS, announced between the 20th
June and 20th July 1820; extracted from the London Gazette. Aiken, J. Liverpool, merchant
James, G. Liverpool, merchant Aspinal, H. Blackbum, Lancashire, brazier
Jackson, J. Boxford, Suffolk, maltstera Aston, R. Red Marley D'Arbitol, Worcestershire, Jeeves, J. St Ive's, Huntingdonshire, hatter dealer
Lee, R. Hull, merchant Bagnall, T. Birmingham, toy-maker
Macdonald, T. Rathbone-place, printseller Barke, J, Stockport Etchells, cotton-manufactur Martin, J. Liverpool, merchant er
M'Farlane, A. Postern-row, Tower-hill, ynian Batty, W, S. Sculcoates, Yorkshire, apothecary
Magor, M. jun. Truro, linen-draper Bignell, J. Phænix-place, Knightsbridge, carpen Mattey, W. Leominster, auctioneer ter
Mee, W. Market Harborough, spirit-merchant Blackburn, W. Blackbum, shopkeeper
Morley, J. Liverpool, hatter Boucher, J. Cheltenham, cabinet-maker
Morris, T. Pitfield-street, Hoxton, brush-maker Booth, J. Burley Woodhead, Yorkshire, worstedspinner
Muir, J. Liverpool, merchant Brennand, T. Bread-street, warehouseman
Oakley, H. Mary-lé-bonne-lane, boot-maker Bradbury, s. Oxford-street, tailor
Oldham, W. Hop-gardens, St Martin's-lane, wareBubb,!J. G. Grafton-street, East, Fitzroy-square,
Peake, C. Drayton in Hales, Shropshire, miller Burlingham, T. Worcester, glover
Pettinger, W. Sculcoates, Yorkshire, wood-turner Carr, Ý, Chorley, Lancashire, ironmonger
Pettit, R. Eagle-street, Red Lion-square, oilman Cassidy, T. Liverpool, feather-merchant
Poole, F. Collumpton, money-scrivener Cobbett, W. Catherine-street, Strand, bookseller Postans, M. Cheltenham, victualler Cooper, S. Tottenham-court-road, baker
Pocock, G. Tiverton, Somersetshire, butcher Corp, E, Liverpool, butcher
Prat, J. R. and W. R. Ravenscroft, New LondonCrawford, J. T. Judd-street, Brunswick-square, street, corn-factor merchant
Preston, w. Dove-court, Mansion-house, mer. Cragg, J. Empingham, Rutlandshire, corn-dealer chant Crawshaw, B. and G., Birstal, Yorkshire, carpet
Reed, J. Dowgate-wharf, wharfinger manufacturers
Rockliffe, W. Chatham, baker Crooke, W. Benacre, Wilts, farmer
Robbins, E, and R. B. Muchall, Birmingham, Crowson, J. Boston, innkeeper
merchants Cruden, R. P. Gravesend, slop-seller
Rood, J. Portsmouth, brewer Daniel, c. W. Bath, jeweller
Royde, G. Newgate Street, upholsterer Denson, R. and W. Chester, curriers
Ruspini, J. B. Pall-Mall, medicine-vender » Devey, J, Wolverhampton, factor
Sackett, T. Bermondsey Wall, shipwright Dunkin, C. Shad Thames, lighterman and corn Sandbach, W. Liverpool, provision merchant dealer
Shelley, J. Hanley, Staffordshire, shopkeeper Dyer, T. Frome Selwood, cordwainer
Simson, J, M. Elnstead, Essex, cattle-dealer Elliott, C. St Thomas a Beckett, in th
Smith, J. Manchester, manufacturer Sussex, grocer
Smith, J. W. and T. Townley, Manchester, co Ezard, H. Brentford, carpenter
ton-spinners Gillet, J. Crown-court, Fleet-street, printer
Spelman, W. Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, grocer Godden, J. F. and N. Wood, Gosport, mercers Stead, S. Huddersfield, coru-factor Golding, H. Oxford, cabinet-maker
Swain, G. J. Mansel Street, Goodman's Fields Harrison, J. Saxilby, Lincolnshire, timber-mer Thompson, T. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, joiner chant
Tolson, R. jun. Dalton, Yorkshire, manufacturer Hale, W. Milton, Oxfordshire, carpenter
Tozer, J. Bristol, woollen draper Hawkins, D. Sheffield, innkeeper
Wace, R. Castle Street, Falcon Square, merchant Hellyer, E. Kennington-lane, Lambeth, master Walker, W. Yorkshire, merchant mariner
Walden, J. and M. Hackney, butchers Heap, W. and J. Hepworth, Yorkshire, clothiers Warwick, J. Rotherhithe, ship-builder Hellings, R. H. South Molton-street, coal-mer Waring, J. Somerset Place, factor chant
Welch, J. Nantwich, shopkeeper Howard, J. Kennington-place, merchant
Wilcox, J. Towcester, innkeeper Hoyle, T. Halifax, dimity manufacturer
Willis, T. Carisbrooke, fellmonger Holmes, W. Chesterfield, flour-dealer
Willans, W. South Shields, clothier
Wright, c. Old Ford, wharfinger
ALPHABETICAL LIST of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced
July 1820, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Watt, James, Kelso, merchant
Wright, Francis, Edinburgh, jeweller,
Hargreaves, James, Glasgow, iron-founder and Carswell, William and James, Glasgow, wrights currier; by D. Keynedy, accountant there and builders
Lawson, William, Glasgow, grocer; by the trus. Duncanson, Edward, Tradeston of Glasgow, slater tee, 5, Saltmarket Eadie. Robert, and Co. Glasgow, spirit-dealers Merchant Banking Company of Stirling; at 42, Findlay, Andrew, and Co. Kilsyth, manufacturers Albany Street, Edinburgh Fletcher, Archibald, Greenock, baker, spirit-deal Petrie, James, junior, Aberdeen, merchant; by er, and merchant
A. Webster, advocate there Gilchrist, Hugh, Glasgow, merchant
Rhind, James, Leith, merchant; by trustee, 14, Gowans, George, Cawdor, merchant
York Place, Edinburgh Graham and Storar, Edinburgh, merchants
Thomson, John, Edinburgh, merchant; by T. Menzies, Robert, Paisley, distiller and merchant. Hamilton, Argyle Square Ritchie,' William, Edinburgh, merchant
Walker, Charles, Glasgow, merchant; by D. KenShaw, Robert, Glasgow, cartwright
nedy, accountant there Shirréff. Alexander, Edinburgh, commission agent, Wallace, Robert, Gateside, grain-merchant; by
and sole partner of Alexander Shirreff and Co. R, Craig, merchant, Paisleyi
gunpowder manufacturers near Bathgate White, Thomas, Edinburgh, cloth-merchant; hy Thom, James, Glasgow, marble manufacturer
W. Scott, accountant there. VOL. VII.
THE LATE PROFESSOR CHRISTISON.
DIED, at his house in Argyle Square, on principles in a clearer and simpler manner the 25th June, ALEXANDER CHRISTIson, than, in his opinion, had yet been done. Esq. late Professor of Humanity in the Unie By his perpetual habits of intense thinking, versity of Edinburgh. Among the lamented from which he seemed to have little pleacharacters of eminence, whose recent loss sure in relaxation, what to ordinary minds
it has been our mournful duty to record, must have been a fatigue, appeared to his · few are entitled to a higher place in the es- no more than merely a matter of course, or
timation and regret of the public than Pro- perhaps, more properly speaking, a luxfessor Christison. It will not, therefore, ury. When any topic of speculation took be deemed improper by those who are alive possession of his mind, he was eager to rento the feeling of intellectual and moral der it the subject of conversation, in which excellence, that a small portion of our his powers of clear conception and appropages should be devoted to the memopriate expression were uncommonly great. ry of a man, who exhibited so rare and Yet this eagerness of discussion had no con. valuable an assemblage of the highest pow. nection with motives of vanity, or of selfers and best affections of human nature.. display; it proceeded only from the fulness Seldom, indeed, has an understanding of of his heart, impressed with the importance such vigour and comprehension been found or interest of his subject, into which, in all united with a heart so pure and undisguis. its bearings, he entered deeply, and with
singular acuteness and discrimination. Possessing an ardour and energy of With the practice of composition he had mind which could hardly be contemplated not been early familiarised, nor did it ever without astonishment as well as admiration, become easy to him ; but his judgment of the attainments of knowledge which he it was always correct, and in verbal discusmade in the different departments of literasion, which was evidently his forte, he ture and science were, as might be expectcould hardly be excelled. ed, equally various, extensive, and pro- The knowledge he possessed on every found. Nor is it surprising, that, with such subject, and the facility with which he native force of talent, he should at first have brought it to bear on all his topics of cons owed the elements of what he knew, less to versation, were indeed admirable, and cer the instruction and aid of others, than to tainly formed a qualification of no ordinary his own unwearied industry and applica- value for an instructor of youth. At the tion; and that, with no original advantages same time, however ably he must be allow of birth or fortune, he should have gradu- ed to have discharged the functions of his ally raised himself to his acknowledged office, it can hardly be doubted, that had eminence and respectability. He was early the light and energy of so powerful an innoted at the University as a classical scholar tellect been more exclusively concentrated of the first distinction. Thus qualified, he on the peculiar studies of his profession, he filled successively, and with increasing re- must have attained to a still higher, rank putation, different offices in the department in the scale of professional eminence. of literary instruction, before he was appoint. Great and striking as this praise of intel. ed one of the Masters of the High School; lectual character must be esteemed, qualifrom which, after discharging his duty in ties of yet a higher and more precious order that distinguished seminary, with the high remain to be noticed his amiable inno. est credit to himself, he was, in consequence cence and simplicity of mind-his acute. of his singular merits, and under the im- ness of moral sensibility--his disposition, pression of his extraordinary qualifications, so truly disinterested, unassuming, inoffenas a literary character, promoted by the sive, and susceptible of the warmest attachunanimous voice, not only of the patrons, ment and friendship. Never did a heart of but of the community at large, to the ho. purer benevolence and integrity, or more nourable station of the Professorship of Hu. exalted above every thing mean, dishonour. manity in the University of Edinburgh. able, or unworthy, glow in the breast of a
During the whole of Professor Christison's human being. In assisting the needy, and public life, it was always an object of inter- in patronizing or encouraging merit, his est and pleasure to observe the vigour and own interest or convenience were, on all ocactivity of his mind, delighting to range casions, his least concern, and his liberality, uncontrolled over all the fields of human in proportion to his means, was often generknowledge, and entering with ease into the ous to an extreme. Affectation and dismost abstruse and difficult speculations both guise, in every shape, were equally foreign of philosophical and of mathematical science. to his nature, which delighted in manly If he indulged any particular tendency, it openness and sincerity. A spirit, natural. was towards the study of the higher calcu: lý quick and lively, was always, tempered Jus; with a view to explain its elementary by amiable feeling, and the expression of