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COMMERCIAL REPORT.---Oct. 12, 1820.
Sugar.-The market for sugar has for some time continued in a dull unsatisfactory state. Appearances within these few days, however, indicate more activity, and rather an advancement in price. As the stock is much reduced, and no supplies to be looked for of any importance during the next months, it may be fairly inferred, that sugar will advance in price. At the present rate of the market, it can never pay the planter, and consequently his debts to the mother country must remain undiminished, (perhaps increased) and his demands for all kinds of stores and supplies be greatly reduced, thereby further depressing the commerce of this country. The season for exportation being past, the demand for refined goods is exceedingly limited. Cotton. The market for this article is in a languid state. The importations have been very considerable, which, added to the very large stock formerly on hand, leaves a supply still superior to the demand. While this continues to be the case, the market must remain without any material improvement in price.
A considerable quantity has, we understand, been purchased of late in London, and shipped for China, where it will no doubt bring a better price than in the British market. This occurrence shews, in a strong light, the derangement of this branch of trade, when we perceive cotton that has been brought from the East Indies to Britain returned from thence to China, as to a better market. Coffee.-The market for coffee for some time continued very dull. There has been, however, a little improvement of late both in the demand and in the price, but whether that is to be permanent, or prices still further to increase, it is not easy to determine. The transactions in the European market must entirely regulate this. Corn.-The grain market continues very flat and dull, and sales can with difficulty be effected at reduced prices. The present prices cannot nearly defray the cultivator of the soil. The fruit market, in every kind, also continues very dull. Oil and tallow are still on the decline, and the markets heavy. Brandy is advanced in price, and maintains that advance. The market for geneva remains stationary. The price of rum has sunk un. usually low, in consequence of wlich, some demand has been evinced chiefly, we pre
sume from speculation. It is scarcely possible that this article can sink lower. At the present value it will not pay the planter the expense of making, and the loss to those who are forced to take it in payment in the colonies, and ship it to this country, in order to meet their engagements, must be severe.
The manufacturing districts are decidedly more prosperous, and for the labouring popu. hlation, compared with this period last year, the improvement is very considerable. We
would fain hope, that this improvement would be permanent, and that no such severe distresses as those which have been experienced, will again visit the manufacturing part,
or indeed any part of our population. The advices from some foreign markets are more 1 favourable, and it is to be hoped these will progressively improve. Still new markets are
those from which the greatest and most extensive relief can be procured. These are in our power, and we hope will not be much longer unoccupied.
LEITH, 60 to 65 76
96 130 145 106 110 103 112 94
118 127 100 122 132 118
2s 3d 2s 70
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2s 6d 4s Od 4 0 4 4
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6 5 6 10
0 9 10 10 0 7 6 8 6
B. P. Dry Brown, cwt.
Fine and very fine,
Ord. good, and fine ord.
Ord. good, and fine ord.
Jam. Rum, 160. P. gall.
pipe. Madeira, LOGWOOD, Jam. '. ton.
St Domingo, ditto
Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak.
Petersburgh Firsts, cwt.
Pot, OIL, Whale,
• tun. Cod, TOBACCO, Virgin. fine, Ib.
7 0 8 0 Is 3d ls 6d 10 0 10 60
8 € 10 6
41 10 42 0
15 10 14
40 £25 26 8d
45 0 10 1 1 4 1 10
HamCourse of Exchange, Nov. 10.-Amsterdam, 12 : 6. Antwerp, 12:8. burgh, 37: 6. Frankfort on the Maine, 155. Paris, 3 d. sight, 25: 70. Bourdeaux, 26:0. Madrid, 36. Cadiz, 36. Lisbon, 50. Oporto, 50%, Gibraltar, 30. Leg. horn, 464. Genoa, 43. Malta, 45. Naples, 381. Rio Janeiro, 54. Dublin, 64 per cent. Cork, 6.
Prices of Gold and Silver, per oz.- Portugal gold, in coin, £0:0:0. New Doubloons, £3: 15: 6. Foreign gold, in bars, £3 : 17 : 104. New dollars, £0:4 : 104. Silver in bars, stand. £0 : 4:11.
ALPHABETICAL List of ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 23d of
September, and the 24th of October, 1820, extracted from the London Gazette.
Anderson, J. London, merchant
Martin, T. Bristol, linen-draper Austin, T.J. Gregory, and J. Husson, Bath, haber Meakin, W. Eccleshall, Staffordshire, grocer dashers
Miller, G. Watling-street, carpet agent Avison, J. Bridghouse, Yorkshire, grocer
Morley, D. Cockspur-street, boot-maker Bidmead, J. D. Chalford, broad-cloth manufac Morton, A. Lower Thames-street, fish-factor turer
Nation, J. Gosport, victualler Bidwith, T. Bagginswood, Stotesden, Shropshire, Norris, C. and R. Bury, cotton-spinners farmer
Parkes, W. Birmingham, lime-dealer Bonser, H. Belle Sauvage-yard, Ludgate-hill, vic. Paull, H. Old Change, carpenter tualler
Payne, J. D. Reid, and T. Hall, Norwich, bomBosher, W. Aldersgate-street, wholesale jeweller bazeen-manufacturers Calvert, J. Hedden, Yorkshire, cotton-spinner Perkins, R. Lymington, Hants, grocer Castley, R. Friday-street, Cheapside, warehouse Pitt, J. Cirencester, wool-stapler man
Portlock, R. Andover, coach-maker Clarke, G. St John's-street, shoe-maker
Redhead, J. M. Rotherhithe, merchant Clayton, P. Waterloo-place, Pall Mall, saddler Reynolds, W. late of the ship Orient, master maCope, W. Chillington, crate-maker
riner Emson, R. Lexden, Essex, brewer
Roach, J. Plymouth Dock, stationer Fiegehen, J. G. jun. Wood-street, Cheapside, glass. Sabine, H. Fenchurch-street, druggist dealer
Seaman, C. and G. Etheridge, Norwich, goldField, J. Pickett-street, Strand, linen-draper
smiths Forster, W. Strand, silversmith
Shirley, R. Bucklersbury, carpet-manufacturer Gidley, E. Dover-street, Piccadilly, dress-maker Small, w. jun. Lower East Smithfield, butcher Gilbert, M. and R. Tideswell, Derbyshire, linen Smith, T. H. Chancery-lané, tailor drapers
Smith, J. jun. Ramsgate, carpenter Griffiths, G. Cursitor-street, jeweller:
Smith, J. H. Bristol, auctioneer Grumwell, F. jun. Leeds, cheesemonger
Smith, J. Balkmile, Yorkshire, flax-spinner Harris, J. and C. Cooper, Bristol, wool and cloth Stannard, W. Norwich, manufacturer factors
Stickland, s. Budleigh, Salterton, Devon, dealer Hart, G. Cheltenham, stone-mason
Sutton, J. sen. Barleston, Leicestershire, butcher Herbert, W. Overbury, Worcestershire, farmer Thomas, J. and J. Cabell, Oxford-street, linenHoughton, G. Hercules-buildings, Lambeth, car
Thompson, J. Norwich, merchant Jeremy, C. Acre-lane, Chapham, linen-draper Thornton, H. Rood-lane, upholder Jones, T. and E. Powell, Wrexham, grocers
Tunnicliffe, G. and J. Stone, grocers Koster, T. Liverpool, merchant
Waldie, J. and S. Dalston, manufacturers Latham, J. Abingdon, grocer
Westron, M. Wellington, Somerset, mercer Lee, J. Horsleydown-lane, Southwark, lighterman Willet, G. Owen’s-row, Islington, picture frame. Leech, J. and J. Hinchcliffe, Cateaton street, inaker wholesale hosier
Wilson, J. Swanton, Morley, Norfolk, farmer Leigh, R. Stanley, dealer in ale and porter Winwiek, J. Bathwick, Somerset, money-scrivener Lovelock, S. Bristol, baker
Woolcot, C. F. High Holborn, window-glass cutter Mardon, W. East Budleigh, Devon
Young, T. Cheltenham, fish-monger Marfitt, R. Pickering, currier