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COMMERCIAL REPORT.- April 12, 1820.
Sugar.-The Sugar market, since our last, has had a considerable revival, and business for some time continued to be done freely at the market prices. For some days past, how. ever, the market has been rather languid, but no depression of prices can be stated, nor is it probable that any will take place. The shipments of refined goods has been very considerable ; and notwithstanding the general activity of the refiners, the stock on hand is low. The stock of raw sugars is also reducing by degrees, and no arrivals of any consequence can be anticipated before the month of June, as the crops in the Windward and Leeward Islands are very late this season. It may safely be presumed also, that the demand for home consumpt will, in future, be more considerable than it has been for many months past. These things should influence the market, and advance the price. Coffee. The market for this article has become dull, and a considerable depression has taken place. A general alarm has prevailed in the Coffee market for some days, but from what cause, or for what reason, we cannot ascertain. The holders, however, are pressing some descriptions of Coffee into the market at reduced prices ; but we conceive that this panic cannot last long. The next advices from the Continent may change the face of af. fairs.-- Cotton. The prices for Cotton have declined, and the market was for some time dull. The considerable reduction in price, however, that has taken place, has tempted speculators to come forward and make purchases at the reduced rates. The stock on hand, however, is so considerable, that we cannot see any chance of great improvement in this branch of trade; besides, there is no immediate prospect of improvement in the manufacturing districts, so as materially to increase the demand.- Tobacco.-In this article a few sales are making, but the market may be considered as very flat. Grain, of almost every description, which had advanced considerably, chiefly, we believe, from a spirit of speculation, is now on the decline, and the market is in general become languid and depressed. The appearance of the weather, so favourable for the seed-time, will, we conceive, tend still farther to depress the corn-trade.
The same languor continues to operate upon every other article of commerce, as we have so frequently had occasion to notice. There does not appear in the accounts from any market, any appearance of a material improvement in trade. The present distracted state of the manufacturing districts also, has, in some of them, destroyed all trade and all confidence. What has long been foreseen and anticipated by us, has at last taken place. Open rebellion has reared her audacious and frightful head, in the chief manufacturing districts of Scotland. That it has been prevented from extending its baneful pursuits and consequences, we have to thank the energy of our local authorities, our military, and those brave men who have voluntarily come forward to defend their king and their country. What has taken place, however, has affixed a blot on our national character, which many years of good conduct will not wipe away, and has given a shock to the commercial character of the country, the consequences of which are painful to contemplate. The wound must be probed to the bottom, in order to shew, not only the extent of the evil, but that it is overcome, otherwise we can never restore that confidence which foreign nations previ. ously had in the character, strength, and security, of this country. Weekly Price of Stocks, from 3d to 24th March 1820.
3d. 1 10th. 1 17th. 1 24th.
Course of Exchange, April 4.-Amsterdam, 12:1. Paris, 25:40. Bourdeaux, 25: 70. Frankfort on Maine, 152ļ Madrid, 34. Cadiz, 34. Gibraltar, 30. Leghorn, 471. Genoa, 14. Malta, 46. Naples, 384. Palermo, 116 per oz. Lisbon, 50%. Rio Janeiro, 53. Dublin, 9 per cent. Cork, 9.
PRICES CURRENT.-April 1,-London, March 31, 1820.
Norris, S: Blymhillston, Surrey, Imre, cattle-dealer
ALPHABETICAL. List of English BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 23d of
February and the 23d of March 1820, extracted from the London Gazette. Arnott, J. Belle, Sauvage-yard, Ludgate-hill, sta- Jones, W. jun. Burscough, Lancashire, innkeeper tioner
Keats, J. Leek, Staffordshire, innholder Asquith, T. G. & D. Asquith, Fenchurchstreet, King, J. Birmingham, wire-worker merchants
Kingdon, C. Weston-super-mare, Somersetshire, Ashley, E. Liverpool, sail-maker
innholder Atkinson. J. & T.A. Atkinson, Bradford, York Knight, J. Fore-street, London, cheesemonger shire, wine-merchants
Knill, H. Duke-street, West Smithfield, butcher Aunger, J. Exeter, woollen-draper
Lawrence, J. Hatton-garden, woollen-draper Barnard, W. H. & C. Barnard, Liverpool, mer. Lecand, B. L. Prescott-street, Goodman's-fields, chants
carver and gilder Beckwith, C. Preston, Lancashire, draper
Leigh, R. Liverpool, soap-maker Bilbrough, S. Gildersome, Yorkshire, cloth-mer Levy, J. Carter-street, Houndsditch chant
Littlewood, J. Manchester Block, W. Bathwick, Somersetshire, cabinet-maker Lister, J. & J. B. Lay, Longroyd-bridge, HuddersBonzer, F. W. Bristol, sugar-refiner
field, dyers Brooks, J. Great Windmill-street, butcher
Longden, J. Cam, Gloucestershire, coal-merchant Brook, I. Huddersfield, Yorkshire, tanner
Lyne, J. & C. Lyne, Finsbury-square, merchants Bunker, J. Grafton-street, Soho, ironmonger Macmaster, J. Norfolk-street, Mile-end, masterCarter, W. jun. Nuneaton, Warwickshire, silk mariner manufacturer
Macintire, J. Tenby, Pernbrokeshire, cattle-dealer Chapman, R. Beccles, Suffolk, founder
Mackintosh, J. Kingston, Surrey, maltster Cheetham, J. Stockport, Cheshire, cotton-spinner Morris, S. Blymhill-lawn, Staffordshire, butcher Chesmer, H. Brompton, merchant
Norris, w. Romsey, Southampton, timber-mer. Comber, C. Dorking, Surrey, carpenter
chant Cook, J. Helmsley, Yorkshire, merchant
Oliver, J. Hemlington-row, Branspath, Durham, Dale, W. Richmond, Yorkshire, woollen-draper cattle-dealer Dann, G. Linton, Kent, butcher
Potter, G. High-street, Poplar, grocer Dyball, D. White-horse-tavern, Fetter-lane, tavern Richards, W. Penzance, Cornwall, merchant-tailor keeper
Ritchie, J. Woolwich, Kent, baker Edwards, D. Newport, Monmouthshire, corn-dealer Robinson, T. Cambridge, butcher Ellis, J. Wellingore, Lincolnshire, common-brewer Russ, J. Devizes, Wilts, innkeeper Emmeit, D. Chippenham, Wiltshire, butcher Sarnson, M. Dorset-place, Clapham-road, Surrey, Flear. W. Turnagain-lane, Fleet-market, painter exchange-broker and glazier
Shaw, J. Micklehurst, Mottram, Cheshire, clothier Forster, J. H. & C. Dobson, Norwich, manufac Shuttleworth, T. Ipswich, Suffolk, linen-draper turers
Simpson, A. St Swithin's-lane, merchant France, E. Huddersfield, Yorkshire, plumber and Smith, J. Doncaster, Yorkshire, grocer, seedsman glazier
Smith, J. S. Brighthelmstone, Sussex, druggist Freeman, T. of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, sur Sperrin, T. Thornbury, Gloucester, talow-chandler
Taylor, J. Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, Gidney, J. F. Gravil-hill, Greenhithe, Kent, vic wine-merchant tualler
Taylor, W. K. Birmingham, denler in bulion Glover, C. Braintree, Essex, linen-draper
Tinson, W. Christchurch, Southampton, innholder Gratwick, E. Milton, Kent, innkeeper
Vaughan, W. Compton-dando, Somersetshire, Haffner, M. Cannon-street, carpenter
maltster Hatch, W. Eccleston, Lancashire, corn-merchant Voysey, J. S. Ratcliffe-highway, grocer Hamilton, G. & J. Saxon, Queen-street, Cheapside, Watson, P. Liverpool, merchant warehousemen
Ward, S, Bolton, Lincolnshire, millwright Herbert, C. Warminster, Wiltshire, farmer
Wainwright, J. Birmingham, bellows-maker Hindle, W. Leeds, Yorkshire, draper
Welman, c. Ilminster, Somersetshire, linen-draper Hodgson, M. Sunderland-near-the-Sea, Durham, Wilkinson, C. Wormwood-street, London, tea. grocer
dealer Horsfall. J. Gilderstone, Yorkshire, cloth-merchant Williarns, J. Crowland, Lincolnshire, grocer Horley, E. T. Harbury, Warwickshire, miller Wood, J. Thornes, & Wood, J. Wakefield, YorkJackson, R. Otey, Yorkshire, woollen-draper
gow, and Foundry Compamerchants, Perdeen
ALPHABETICAL LIST of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between 1st and 31st
March 1820, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Ness, Alex, merchant, Edinburgh
Robertson, William, merchant, Inverness Bowman, T. grocer and ironmonger, Dundee Stevenson, J. & Co. dyers, Govan-Croft, near GlasCampbell & Cowan, candlemakers and tobac gow, and merchants in Glasgow
conists, Stirling; and John Campbell & Co. can. The Perth Foundry Company dlemakers and tobacconists, High-street, Glasgow Vallance, H. & Co. timber-merchants, Paisley Douglas, Lachlan, merchants, Oban
Wilson, A, merchant and ship-owner, Aberdeen Hood, W. & J. tanners at Ladyburn, cast parish of Greenock
DIVIDENDS, Laing, Francis, merchant, Newburgh
Andrew, T. late brewer, Linlithgow-a dividend Lancaster, Daniel, merchant, Denny, now residing 19th April in Duke street, Glasgow
Arnot, Gmerchant, Leith-a dividend 16th April Mackid, R. writer, fish-curer, and dealer, Thurso Cadell, T. & Co. brewers, Edinburgh dividend Melvin, James, & Son, dyers, Glasgow
29th April Morgan, A. merchant and dealer in flax, Kirkaldy Patison & Connell, merchants, Edinburgh-a diviMorgan, J. merchant and dealer in flax, Kirkaldy dend 26th April M«Couli, Robert, merchant and ship-owner, Irvine Robertson, John, merchant, Leith-a dividend 261 M'Gill, W. farmer and cattle-dealer, Drummullen March