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Sugar.-Our remarks on this article must necessarily be confined. The market, which for some time continued to look favourable, became, to the close of last month, stationary and languid, and since then it has rather declined. Holders, however, remain firm, and little inclination is shewn to suffer any depression of price. The supply may now be considered as having arrived at the market for this year; and as the quantity on hand can readily be ascertained, therefore the market may be expected to improve, unless the consumpt of the country decline. The demand for Refined Goods continues lively. In Foreign Sugar there is little doing.Coffee - The Coffee market has become very dull, and the prices are given way considerably. Sales cannot be effected but with great difficulty. The next advices from the Continent, however, may give a different turn to the Coffee market, as every thing depends upon the activity in, and demand from that that quarter. -Cotion.

The Cotton market in London remains very heavy, but the prices have not given way. In Liverpool there was some appearance of improvement some days ago, but subsequently the market has become dull; but, nevertheless, the prices quoted are maintained, as the holders are not inclined to push the stock on hand into the market. A general opinion prevails, that if any great quantity were brought for. ward into the market, the prices would give way considerably. The improvement in the manufactures of the country, will, however, in all probability, prevent any material decline.Oil is declining in price. Tallow is also fallen in price, and the market is extremely dull. The sales of Tobacco are limited, and the prices a shade lower. The Rum market is become heavy. Brandy may be purchased a shade lower. In Geo neva there is-no alteration. The prices of all kinds of Grain have declined since our last

very considerably. The weather of late has been very favourable for finishing what remained of the late crops, and gathering these into the barn-yards.

We have the satisfaction to state, that the manufacturing trade is decidedly and generally improved throughout all the country; and we are informed, from good authority, that there is a prospect of sufficient work for six months to come. We fondly anticipate a progressive improvement in our internal situation, which nothing can obstruct or prevent, but throwing the country into confusion, mischief, and internal broils, which is at present evidently the object of a considerable portion of the Radical tribe, so generally scattered over the nation. The good sense of the community, however, and the firmness of the executive government, will, we hope, again completely frustrate the daring attempts and efforts of a set of fools and madmen, from plunging this nation into a state of anarchy and rebellion.


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B. P. Dry Brown,
Mid. good, and fine mid.

Fine and very fine,
Refined Doub. Loaves,

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Single ditto,
Small Lumps
Large ditto,

Crushed Lumps,
AIOLASSES, British, cwt.
COFFEE, Jamaica cwt.

Ord, good, and fine ord.

Mid. good, and fine mid. Dutch, Triage and very ord.

Ord. good, and fine ord.

Mid. good, and fine mid.
St Domingo,
PIMENTO (in Bond) Ib.

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FUSTIC, Jamaica,

INDIGO, Caraccas fine, lb.
TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot.

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Christiansand (dut. paid)
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ASHES, Peters, Pearl,
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Pot, OIL, Whale,

tun. Cod, TOBACCO, Virgin. fine, lb.


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Course of Exchange, Oct. 10.-Amsterdam, 12 : 8. Antwerp, 12:9.

Hamburgh, 37: 8. Frankfort on the Maine, 156. Paris, 3 d. sight, 25:80. Bourdeaux, 26: 10. Madrid, 341. Cadiz, 34. Lisbon, 48. Oporto, 48 Gibraltar, 30. Leghorn, 464. Genoa, 434. Malta, 45. Naples, 384. Rio Janeiro, 54. Dublin, 6 per cent. Cork, 7.

Prices of Gold und Silver, per 02.- Portugal gold, in coin, £0:0: N. New Doubloons, £0:0:0. Foreign gold, in bars, £3:17: 104. New dollars, £0:4 : 10. Silver in bars, stand. £0 : 4 : 115.

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ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 19th of

August and the 19th of September, 1820, extracted from the London Gazette. Alway, T. Tetherington, Gloucestershire, farmer Hullah, R. A. New Kent-road, victualler Aubusson, C. W. F. otherwise C. W. Feuillade, Hutton, G. Birmingham, dealer in pictures, &c.

patent aidform maker, George-street, Hanover Jones, W. Holywell, Flintshire, tobacconist

Jones, R. A. Tottenham-court-road, Jinen-draper Axe, G. Stamford, draper

Larlham, W. Great Yarmouth, coach-master Bennet, J. Chester, druggist

Maymon, E. Blackburn, cotton-manufacturer Birch, T. Broseley, iron-master

J, Norwich, chymist Bishop, C. Leicester, hosier

Mills, J. Water-lane, Tower-street, wine-merchant Bolt. J. & G. Jones, Bath, grocers

Page, w. F. High Holborn, linen-draper Briggs, J. Lakenham, victualler

Packer, J. Little St Mary Axe, painter Corfield, C. W. Norwich, currier

Payant, w. Manchester, wine-merchant Cowl, W. Larkhall, Cambridgeshire, dealer Peacopp, T. Liverpool, wine-merchant Cowne, S. Barbican, pawnbroker

Rainey, E. Liverpool, merchant Copp, W. & A. Exeter, linen-drapers

Ramsden, J. Querrihill, Aldmondbury, fancy-cloth Cox, T.C. Gloucestershire, victualler

manufacturer Cruickshank, W. London-street, merchant Reid, D. Prince's-street, Spitalfields, silk-manuCutler, J. Bath, woollen-draper

facturer Dickenson, E. W. Liverpool, merchant

Russian, P. Bath, jeweller Drummond, J. P. London-street, merchant Slater, J. Wolverhampton, maltster Eddington, W. E. Birmingham, dealer

Stead, w. Querrihill,' Aldmondbury, fancy-cloth Emet, H. Liverpool, paint and colour manufac manufacturer turer

Stott, W. Liverpool, linen-draper Evans, J. Bristol, hatter

Stubbs, J. Castle-street, Leicester-square, jeweller Evans, T. Birmingham, builder

Summerland, T. Bristol, iron-founder Eyes, E. Liverpool, dealer

Sykes, P. Manchester, cooper Farlow, T. Manchester, builder

Thomas, J. Carpenter's Buildings, London Wall, Gadsby, G. Snareston, maltster

merchant Garland, M. M. Magnus, & B. Benjamin, Bunhill Tollervey, E. Westbourne, miller row, merchants

Trueman, T. Goldsmith-street, horse-dealer Garlick, G. Westport, tanner

Wall, W. Oxford, carver Glover, J. Walsall, iron-founder

Warner, S. Ashford, Kent, ship-owner Greaves, J. Nottingham, grocer

Ward, T. Towcester, lace-dealer
Hair, J. Sun-strees, tobacconist

Warren, G. Bath, cheesefactor
Hadfield, J. Whitfield, Derbyshire, cotton-spinner Weaver, G. Abchurch, lace-merchant
Hall, C. B. & T. Aldridge, Barbican, linen-drapers Wilson, W. C. London-street, merchant
Hassel, J. Richard-street, Islington

Wood. J. Liverpool, porter-dealer

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ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and

31st September, 1820, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Alison, Joseph, merchant in Glasgow

M'Lellan, W. grocer and victualler, Glasgow Brown, A. & Co. curriers, Glasgow

M‘Leod, J. cotton-spinner in Turreen-street, CalCullen, D. & Co, callenderers, Glasgow

ton, Glasgow Donalds & Co. ship-chandlers in Glasgow

Murdoch, J. merchant, Stirling Duncan, J. merchant, Dundee

Robertson, J. baker, Edinburgh Ferrier, A. linen and woollen draper, Kirkcaldy Scrimger, W. jun. merchant, Kirkaldy Fraser, J. merchant, Inverness

Shirrett, R. merchant in Glasgow
Halley, D. & Co. distillers at Caldwells, near Crieft Towers, J. & Co. commission-agents and manu.
Humé, J. late wine and spirit merchant in Edin facturers in Glasgow

Whittet, J. jui). corn-merchant, Dundee
Vol. VIII.


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