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Wool imported, 1819.
Sheep and Lambs' Wool, 235,763 : 1 : 2
Value exports of British manufactured Woollens, 1819, is £9,047,960: 19: 11.
Cotton Goods exported from Hull, from 11th October 1819, to 5th January 1820.
Printed ditto Handkerchiefs, 23 2-3 doz.
The above is an official account, for one quarter, from the port mentioned, which may serve to give the reader some idea of the magnitude of our Cotton exports.
Stock on hand of various Articles, December 31st, 1819.
8,342 casks, &c.
35,965 do, bg,&c. 16,943 tons.
Ditto, East India,
Ditto in Liverpool,
225,577 bags, &c.
Wheat in bond,
Ditto ditto, Exported,
PRICES CURRENT.-February 5.-London, January 28, 1820.
Course of Exchange, Feb. 4.Amsterdam, 11: 19. Antwerp, 12: 1. Ex. Hamburgh, 36: 1. Frankfort, 1514 Ex. Paris, 25: 5. Bourdeaux, 25: 35. drid, 344 effect. Cadiz, 344 effect. Gibraltar, 30. Leghorn, 474. Genoa, 444. Malta, Naples, 381. Palermo, 116 per oz. Oporto, 52. Rio Janeiro, 56. Dublin, 101. per cent. Cork, 104.
Prices of Gold and Silver, per oz.-Portugal gold, in coin, £3: 17:9. in bars, £3: 17: 104. New doubloons, £3; 15: 6. New dollars, 5s. Od. stand. 5s. 2d.
Foreign gold, Silver, in bars,
306 31 6
ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 23d of December 1819, and the 23d of January 1820, extracted from the London Gazette.
Booth, G. Liverpool, woollen-draper
Bryan, R. Llangunllo, Radnorshire, farmer
Bulpin, T. Bridgewater, hop-merchant
Belham, J. Stratford, merchant
Blackley, E. Wood-street, warehouseman
Budden, T. Rochester, grocer
Baker, T. York, linen-draper
Belcher, I. B. Hatfield, Broad-Oak, Essex, linendraper
Butler, J. P. Bilston, Stafford, baker
Bartlett, T. E. Banbury, Oxford, mercer
Board, J. Highbridge, shopkeeper
Bradfield, W. North Ehnham, Norfolk, baker
Buss, M. Ashborne, maltster
Brown, G. Bridge-road, Lambeth, tallow-chandler
Bowler, W. & Warburton, J. Castle-street, South
Bailey, J. London-wall, coach-maker
Cobham, W. jun. & Jones, T. Ware, bankers
Clough, J. Bramley, cloth-manufacturer
Chapman, W. Bishopsgate-street-without, haberdasher
Crump, T. & Hill, T. jun. Kidderminster, carpet
Chubb, C. Portsea, ironmonger
Creser, W. Baldwin-street, City-road, grocer
Dawson, T. Manchester, victualler
Dick, A. & Morrison, J. St Catherine's-square,
Doull, W. sen. William-street, Bridewell-Precinct, plumber
Devlin, M. Great Wild-street, coal-merchant
Forster, E. & Wylam, R. Newcastle-upon-Tyne,
Farror, R. Bread-street, warehouseman Foarnall, J. Deptford, merchant Farrington, J. Liverpool, merchant Garside, T. Stockport, cotton spinner Gates, J. Grimstone, farmer
Glover, J. Liverpool, boot and shoe-maker
Green, J. Brauncewell, Lincoln, merchant
Gee, N. Lenton, lace-manufacturer
Hooper, H. Bristol, merchant
Hunt, T. F. St Martin-in-the-fields, builder
Horton, C. Birmingham, wire-worker
Hurry, E. & Poweles, J. D. Freeman's-court, Cornhill, merchants
Harrop, J. Gateshead, grocer
Harris, W. Strand, boot and shoe-maker
Johnson, R. Appleton, plumber
Jacobs, L. Nassau-street, Middlesex, glass-dealer
King, J. Richard-street, Commercial-road, victualler
Lant, D. Blackman-street, Newington, merchant
Livesey, J. Farnworth, paper-maker
Maddock, E. Quin, R. & Uniacke, J. Liverpool, merchants
Malcolm, R. Ashbourne, tea-dealer
Myers, R. & Holmes, J. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, linen-drapers
Mottley, T. Portsea, dealer
Milligan, A. Wolverhampton, tea-dealer
Moore, W. Houghton, butter-merchant
Morris, T. Bristol, linen-draper
Morgan, E. Knighton, Radnor, wood-stapler
Morris, T. Cateaton-street, warehouseman
M'Lean, J. Lamb-street, Spitalfields, potato-merchant
Nixon, W. Rugeley, Staffordshire, farmer
Pickering, J. Woburn-place, Russell-square, wine
Peele, J. Tower-street, sack-manufacturer Pinnington, D. Cheltenham, livery-stable-keeper Parker, R. Manchester, innkeeper
Phillips, M. Great Prescott-street, Goodman's-fields, merchant
Payne, S. Nottingham, money-scrivener
Payne, G. Newgate-street, hatter
Peck, J. Blackheath-hill, carpenter
Phillips, R. Ashburnham, farmer
Patrick, E. Liverpool, gun-maker
Pasmore, J. Warnford-court, Throgmorton-street. ship-owner
Peregrine, H. C. Hakin, Pembroke, shopkeeper
Phillips, L. & J. High Holborn, glass-dealers
Quiros, Joze Moreira de, Size-lane, merchant
Roberts, C. Gurney Slade, Somersetshire, innkeeper
Roberts, W. Chowbent, Lancashire, innkeeper
Ray, J. & Ray, J. R. Clare, Suffolk, bankers
Riley, J. Leicester, grocer
Rabbeth, W. Red-Lion-passage, Red-Lion-square
Smith, T. Leeds, worsted-spinner
Sidney, R. Newman-street, Oxford-road, picturedealer
Scott, A. John-street, Commercial-road, dealer
Sinclair, J. Brighthelmstone, bookbinder
Sellers, H. Burnley, cotton-spinner
Scott, J. Fore-street, corn-dealer
Simpson, C. Stretford, nurseryman
Skinner, S. Sharpe's buildings, Rosemary-lane, slopseller
Smith, I. D. St G. Rotherhithe, cork-manufacturer
Taylor, M. Long-lane, dealer in cotton
Thompson H. & Moses, T. Rotherhithe, winemerchants
Trustrum, J. Grove, Great Guildford-street, carpenter
Twiddy, G. Bread-street-hill, oil and colourman Tyler, J. Petworth, spirit-merchant
Whitfield, W. P. Commercial-road, porter and wine merchant
Womack, J. W. Norwich, linen-draper
Wynn, W. Dean-street, Soho, watch-maker
ALPHABETICAL LIST of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between 1st and 31st January 1820, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Attwell, Wm, brush and basket maker, Glasgow Alexander, John, distiller, Linlithgow
Brown, Robert, horse and cattle-dealer and grazier,
Byers, Richard, & Co. spirit-dealers, Glasgow
Laird, Anthony, cooper and fish-curer, Leith
Thomson, John, Robroyston, flesher, cattle and horse dealer, Calton, Glasgow
White & Downie, merchants, Glasgow Woodman & Lookup, tanners and skinners, Dumfries
Francis Garbett & Co. late of Carron Wharf; a dividend on 15th February
Gillies, Colin, merchant, Brechin; a dividend on 14th February
Lawrie, Andrew & Son, upholsterers, Edinburgh; a dividend on 28th February
McFarlane, Rennie, & Co. merchants, Glasgow; a dividend on 14th February
Macharg & Wallace, merchants, Ayr; a dividend on 8th February
Petrie, James. jun. merchant, Aberdeen; a dividend on 14th February
Scott, J. sen. & Co. merchants and agents, Glasgow; a dividend on 11th March
Sheriff, Robert, manufacturer, Glasgow; a dividend on 16th February.
4 0 to
15 to 20 Hempseed
6 to 11 Linseed, crush.. 0 to 0 New, for Seed ..14 to 20 Ryegrass, 0 to 0 Clover, Red, 0 to 0 White . Carraway .. 48 to 50 Coriander
80 to 94 Trefoil New Rapeseed, £31 to £33.
9 5 Scotch
53 0 to 35 0 ... 28 0 to 54 0 Irish....
27 0 to 32 0
46 Bran, p.24 lb. 00 to 00
50 Butter, Beef, &c. 0 0 Butter, per cwt. s. 4 3 Belfast
s. English pota. 3 6 to 3 8 Waterford, new 0 to Irish, do. . 3 3 to 3 6 Cork, pick. 2d 78 to Scotch do. 3 6 to 3 8 3d dry. 70 to 0 Rye, per qr. 36 0 to 58 0 Beef, p. tierce 95 to 105 15 to 40 Malt, p. 9 gls. 100 to 00 Tongu. p. firk. 0 to 0 60 to 98 Beans, pr qr. Pork, p. bri. 75 to 84 60 to 100 English 46 0 to 50 0 Bacon, per cwt.