Page images
PDF
EPUB

bacon, 38. 82. to 45. 4o.- Irish, quality of —The quartern loaf in London, 90.late inferior, Ss. to Ss. 60.-Raw fat, Hay, 425. to 41. 45.-Clover, do. 458. to 28.914.

928.–Straw, 24s. to 408. Corn Exchange:-Wheat, 23s. to 548. Coals in the pool, 36s. 6d. to 43s. 9d. -Barley, 16s. to 345.-Oats, 14s. to 30s. Middlesex ; Sept. 23.

MONTHLY COMMERCIAL REPORT.

Number of Gullons of Malt Spirit received into Stock by each nf the Principal Rectifying

Houses in England in the Yeart 1818, 1819, 1820, and 1821,

[blocks in formation]

......

77,463

Hodges and Co. London... 490,384 | 548,800 | 536,587 531,956 526,932 P. Booth and Co. do.

485,974 384,850 | 286,569 277,034 | 358,612 Gordov, Koight, and Co.do.... 282,325 267,588 | 233,834 288,103 267,925 Sir Robert Barnett and Co. do. 204,950 262,551 239,940 254,548 235,197 Smith and Goldie, do...

283,258 221,260 200,947 209,555 228,755 Sedger and Co. do......... 216,103 | 218,295 | 200,866 | 276,267 227,683 M. Langdale and Co. do.

255,562 206,947 149,313 144,101 | 188,981 Joho Nicholson, do.

159,460 151,180 161,706 163,545 158,974 Robt. Preston and Co. Liverpool | 169,700 135,649 | 163,201 162,418 157,742 Thomas Castle and Co. Bristol .. 106,263 125,057 155,918 179,469 141,677 Child, Vickers and Co. London.. 132,418 132,210 | 116,989 | 113,875 | 123,880 John Bockett and Co. do.

115,854 105,293 115,236 | 116,778 112,665 H. Pidgeon and Co.do..... 135,386 96,958 109,116 97,034 109,623 G. Richards and Co.do..... 106,492 109,666 88,685 | 109,917 103,690 James Bishop and Co, do..

104,597

97,480 82,285 105,619 97,345 James Deady, do.

103,110 88,869 90,454 ,45,319 41,938 M. Carrie and Co. do.

91,647

79,566 74,167 36,292 75,593 Thos. Siddon and Co. Liverpool

66,978
87,203

64,810 71,305 72,57+ John Reid, London.

74,519 69,956 67,132 72,262 T. Browning and Co. do.

89,818 61,588 58,832 74,144 71,045 Thomas Davies, do.

81,335 62,728 68,592

68,676 70,335 H. and W. Pounsett, do. .... 79,320 71,865 62,666 65,788 69,910 'T. Gaitskell and Co. do.

68,679 56,309 53,780

68,057 61,706 Thomas Wyatt and Co. do. 69,209 59,877

55,937 55,666 59,922 Holmes and Co. do.

66,938 49,712 57,020 52,506 56,548 F. Williams, Worcester 64,449 35,581 50,935 46,158

54,273 N. Manghan, London.

59,023 49,850 51,505 51,315 52,924 PRICES OF MERCHANDIZE.

Aug. 26.

Sept. 20. Cocoa, W. I, common • £28 0 to 2 12

0 28 to

2 10 O percwt. Coffee, Jamaica, ordinary 4 15

5 2
0 4 15

4 18 0
fine 5 12 0
5 16 0 6 14

7 8 0

do. Mocha ........ 10 0 0 10 10

0 8 10

10 10 0 do. Cotton, W. I. common. . 0 0 71 0 81 0 0 0 7를 0 0 8{ per lb. Demerara...... 0 0 81 0 10 0

í 83

0 O 10 do. Carrants : 5 11 0 5 18 0 5 2

5 15 0 per cwt. Figs, Turkey

2 16 0
3 0 0 2 10

2 14

0

do. Flax, Riga 52 0 0 53 0 0 52 0 0 53 0

O per ton. Hemp, Riga, Rhine 42 0 0 43 0 0 43 0 0 44 0 0 do. Pockets 3 0 0 4 10 0 3 10 0

4 15

percwt. Sussex, do. 2 16 0

0 2 16 0

3 10 0 do. Iron, British, Bars 0 0 10 0 0 9 0 0

10

( per ton, Pigs 6 0 0 7 0 0 6 0 0

7 0 0 do. Oil, Lucca

39 0 0
0 0 39 0

0 () O per jar.
Galipoli...
55 0 0 56 0 0 55

36 0

() per ton. Rags

2 0

0
2

0 6 per cwt. Raisins, bloom or jar, new 50

0 0

5 0 3 10 do. Rice, Patna kind 0 14 () 0 16 0 0.13 0

0 15
East India........
0 11 0 0 13 0

( 10 ()

0 12 0 Silk, China, raw........ 0 17 1

1 1 6 0 17 1

1 1

6 per 1b, Bengal, skein 0 15 1

0 18 7 15 1

0 18 7

do. Spices, Cinnamon ......

7 0

7 6
7 0

0 7 6 do. Cloves

3
0 3 11

do. Nutmegs

03 6
0 311

0 38
0 3 10

3 8
0 3 10

do. Spices,

do.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

Hops, new,

[ocr errors]

...o

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

do. do.

....

0 0

1

[ocr errors]

1

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

1

3
1
2

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

0 8 8 0 0

0

do.

0
0
2 12
3
1

0 0 0 0 6

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

0 6 6

do. do.

[ocr errors]
[blocks in formation]
[ocr errors][merged small]

0 0 6 0 0 0 0

0

0 0 0 70

2 6 0 0 0

0

0

Spices, l'epper, black .. 0 0 61 0 64 0 63 0 0 61 per lb. white..' 0 i 3

1 31 0

do. Spirits, Brandy, Cogniac ( 2 10 0 S 4

0 3 6 per gal. Geneva Hollands O 8

1 9 o

1 do. Rum, Jamaica 0 2 10

2 6

S
Sugar, brown..

2 10
0 2 11

2 13 O per cwt. Jamaica, fine S 3

8 0 3 10

S 12 do. East India, brown 0 14

0 0 0 14 0

1

do. lump, fine... 4 2

4 10

4 10 Tallow, town-melted.... 1 18

()

2 0 Russia, yellow 1 16 6 | 17

1 18

do. Tea, Bohea.. 0 5

2 53 2 54 perlb. -, Hyson, best 0 5 5

5

do. Wine, Madeira, old 28 0

28

0 per pipe
Port, old
24 0

0
48

do.
Sherry
25 0 0 50

20

50

O per butt Premiums of Insurance.-Guernsey or Jersey, 128. a 155.-Cork or Dublin, 125. a 15s. --Belfast, 125. a 158.-Hambro', 10s, a 158.-Madeira, 208, a S0s.-Jamaica, 258.Greenland, out and home, 5 gs. to 8 gs.

Course of Exchange, Sept. 20.-Amsterdam, 12 7.-Hamburgh, 38.-Paris, 25 60. -Leghorn, 474.-Lisbon, 521.-Dublin, 94 per cent.

Premiuins on Shares and Canals, and Joint Stock Companies, at the Office of Wolfe and Edmonds':--Birmingham, 5801.-Coventry, 10701.---Derby, 1101.-Ellesmere, 631.Grand Surrey, 541.--Grand Union, 181.—Grand Junction, 245l.-Grand Western, Sh. --Leeds and Liverpool, 3651.—Leicester, 3001.-Loughbro', 35001.-Oxford, 7301.Trent and Mersey, 19101.-Worcester, 261. 108.-East India Docks, 1581.—London, 1111.-West India, 183.-Southwark BRIDGE, 231.-Strand, 5.-Royal Exchange ASSURANCE, 2651.-Albion, 501.—Globe, 1351.—GAS Light COMPANY, 711.-City Ditto, 1151.

The 3 per cent. Reduced, on the 20th was ; 3 per cent. Consols, 80; 54 per cent. —; 4 per cent. —; 4 per cent. (1822) 1004.

Gold in bars, 31. 178.6d. per oz.-New doubloons, 31, 138.60.-Silver in bars, 4s. 111d.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

24

0

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BANKRUPTCIES announced between the 20th of Aug.

and the 20th of Sept. 1822: extracted from the London Gazette.

BANKRUPTCIES. [This Month 72.]

Griffin, W. Old Swipford, Worcestershire, victualler.

(Smith, L. Solicitors' Names are in Parenthesc8.

Gribell, N. and M. Hellyer, East Stonehouse, DeALLEN, S., and T. C. Noble, Bristol, hosiers. vonshire, builders. Mackinson, L.

Hawkins, J. and J. Nottingbam, timber-merchants. Barratt, r. Darenth Mills, Kent, paper-maker. (Knowles, L. (Collins, Dartford

Harris, J. Birmingham, nail-factor. (Long and Co. Bateman, A. Bristol, victualler. (Poole and Co. L. Harris, T. jun. Ragland, Monmouthshire, cordBevill, C. P. Ipswich, jeweller. (Williams and Co. wainer. (King, L. Brain, Rev. T. Much Wenlock, earthenware-manu- Hayton, W. and M. Douglas, Sunderland, coal-fitfacturer. (Dax and Co. L.

ters. (Thompson, Bishopwearmouth Browing, T. scu. East Malling, Kent, farmer. (Clut- Hedge, J. Star-court, Little Compton-street, builder. ton and Co. L.

(Mangham Candler, J. Jevry-strect, Aldgate, flour-factor. Heseltine, R. Thisk, innkeeper. (Higlımoor (Druce and Son

How'son, 'J. and W. Robinson, Carlisle, dealers, Carter, H. Ratcliffe-highway, linen-draper. (Jones (Clennel, L. Cripps, J. Wisbeach, Cambridgeshire, draper. (Joves Hill, T. Thornbury, Gloucestershire, lineo-draper. Dalton, J. Tottenham court-road, merchaut. (Jen

(Poole and Co. L. nings and Co.

Hiugin, R. Liverpool, mariner. (l.owe and Co. L. Day, J. and R. Camberwell-green, stone-mason. Huripomies

, C. "Bishopsgate-strcet, liuen-draper. (Shuter, L. Davis, T. Minories, stationer. (Thompson

Jacksen, G. Manchester, dry-salter. (Whitlow Deni, J. Stone, Stutfordshire, clicesemonger. (Ben. Jones, R. Newport, Monmonthshire, wine and spirit bow and Co, L.

merchant. (Bourdillon and Co. Dipper, F. Worcester, silk-mercer. (Becke, L, King, W. Cavendisl, Suffolk, grocer. (Fawcett, L. Edwards, T. Lirerpool, merchant. (Wheeler, L.

Leah, s. H, Old-street, watch-maker. (Browning Edwards, T. Tarvin, Cheshire, corn-dealer. (Phil. Leah, S. H. jun. Old-street, spirit-merchant. (Hill pot and Co. L.

Low, H. A. Sunderland, merchant. (Blakiston, L. Elmore, R. Edgabton-street, Birmingham, four- Lucas, W. Burohain, Sussex, farmer. (Freeman dealer. (Turner and Co. L.

and Co. L. Emery, J. Rosamond-street, Cierkenwell, victualler,

Mortimer, J. sen. Cleckheaton, Yorkshire, mer(Cockayne and Co.

chant. (Jones, L. Felton, R. Hi:h-street, Southwark, hop-merchant, Mitchell, T. Bow, lineu-draper. (Jones (Townshend

Norris, T. Bislopstone, Hilis, shoe-maker. (Hillier Firmin, J. Buliner, Esser, farmer. (Wiglesworth and Co.l.. Flack, E. D. Manchester. (Mackinson, 1..

Orlando, J. Newport, Moumouthshire, coal-merFletcher, P. C. and T. Queenhithe, coal-merchants. chant. Pieredith, I.. (Stevens and Co.

Papp, 6. North-street, Lambeth, horse-dealer. Golding, T. and S. Ditton, Kent, paper-manufac- (Richardson luies. (Cranch, L..

Parker, C. Colchester, merchaut. (Stevens and Co. Greyye, T.R. and W. Phene, jun. Walling-street,

Pasley, J. Bristol, inaster-inariner. (Gregory confectioners. (Osbaldeston and Co. L. Peyton, J. Christchurch, Hampshire, merchant.

(Castleman, Wimborne, Dorset

Percival,

Percival, R. Eye, Herefordshire, wheelwright. Taylor, A. M. Southamptoð, victualler. (Roe, L. Buk, L.

Tomkins, H. Bromyard, Herefordsbire, innholder. Poole, T. Heston, Middlesex, dealer. (Cathcart, L. (Beverley, L. Porter, J. Swinfurt, Leicestershire, butcher. (Harris Tomlinson, W. Chester, wine-merchant. Mayhew and Co. Rugby

Townsend, w. B. Little Chelsea, brewer. (James, L. Richards, T. W. Sooth-bank Cottage, Regent's-park, Turney, J. Sedgebrock, Lincolnshire, and W. Bates, dealer. (Kuigut and Co. L.

Halifax, merchants. (Stocker and Co. L. Ros, T. Rezent-street, Pall Mall, wine and brandy Thurtell, J. Bradwell, Suffolk, imerchant. (Swain merchant. (Robinson

Tweddell, W. Stanwix; · Cumberland, carrier. Sha me, T. Cheapside, pastry-cook. (Harding

(Clennell, L. Shil ise, T. York, ironmonger. (Wiglesworth, L. Wall, J. Birmingham, denler. (Smith, L. Smith, J. F. Regent-street, linen-draper. (Jones Wilkinson, R. London, merchant. (James SLI, W. H. Faversham, linen-draper. (Jones, I. Westerdale, J. Hull, grocer and seedsman. (Taylor Stride, T. Quarley, Hamnpshire. (Burt, Broughton Yates, W. Bristol, baker. (Edmuuds, L.

DIVIDENDS. Aså ord, J. and E. L. Ireland, Harris, G. Birmingham

Pattison, C. St. Neot's, HuntingBirmiogham Harrison, J. Portsmouth

doushire Atkiason, I. Great Russell-street Herrington, J. Fareham, Hamps. Peake, S. jun. and J. Rothwell, Aunger. J. Exeter Howell, H. Knaresborongh

Halliwell, Lancashire Arcon, W. Macclesfield

Hudson, H. Cannon Coffee-house, Penrith, W. Bath Banister, W. Litchfield

Chariug Cross

Penfold, E. Maidstone
Booker, M. Emonth
Hudson, J. Ulverston

Reay, J. Mark-lane
bradley, W. Loath
Hyde, D. Waltham Abbey

Ridout, J. P. Bridport Brera, A. J. Portsmouth

Jackson, W. G. and W. Hardley, Riley, J. Leicester Brass, H. Raçlrigh, Essex

Great Sarrey street

Saunderson, J. Sutton, and T. Carlile, J. and Co. Bolton-in-the- Johnson, W. Birmingham

Masters, Potton
Hoors

Keene, J. W. Birmingham Savage, G. Huddersfield
Corfold, W. Yorwich
Kent, W. High Holborn

Sharpley, J. York
Cor, T. Crediton

Lavers, J. Kingsbridge, Devon- Scholes, R. Huddersfield Corgan, M., T.B. Paget, and E. sbire

Sykes, J. and J. Hollis, ManMathews, Chipping Norton Lawrence, W. H. Bath

chester Dean, J. Bingley, Yorkshire Lloyd, G. Thetford

Tennant, W. Liverpool Dickens, T. Liverpool

Maitland, D. New Bridge-street Trafford, T. Kirtlington, Oxford. Durtaal, J. Dover Marshall, P. Scarborough

shire Eade, W. Church-street, Rother- Mattinson, J. Huddersfield

Tuker, W. and Co. Sheffield
bithe
Mitchell, s. Dorking

Wallace, W. Workington
Early, W. Worcester
Monnington, W. Chepstow

Webb, T. New Sarum
Fifavi, W. Bristol
Morgan, J. Liverpool

Windcott, T. and W. Tavistock,
Flower, G. York
Neilson, W. Liverpool

Devonshire Ford, J. Gloucester

Nice, J. Coppice-row, Clerkenwell Witney, W. Ludlow Fromor, W. Great Yarmouth Nicoll, E. Hemel Hempstead Wood, J. Birmingham, Frost, G. Sheffield

Peters, J. and F. Weston, Bristol

POLITICAL AFFAIRS IN SEPTEMBER.

GREAT BRITAIN.

of the great and small legitimates at NHE

, markable in the British islands plotted against the rights, liberties, for its political inactivity, as it has and peace, of certain nations. been memorable all over Europe for The Appendix to the House of Comthe heat and splendor of the weather, mons Report, on the Poor Rate Reand for the abundance and success of turns, states the following as the sums the harvest. The King went to Scot- of money “expended for the relief of land, and returned: what he did there the poor,” since 1750, in England was even beneath common-place, and and Wales. It appears, that owing to served only to render conspicuous the the defective state of the Poor Laws, base spirit of certain time-serving nearly one million and a half out of the sycophants. A puny question arose sum levied is spent in litigation, &c. inin England in regard to the person stead of benefiting the poor: who was to fill the office of Lord Cas- The Account of Moneys levied in England tlereagh, and, such is the present pau

and Wales for 1821. city of public character, that it has Total sums levied..... £8,411,893 4 devolved on Mr. George Canning, al- Payments thereont for other though that gentleman had prepared

purposes than the relief to embark for India, to occupy the Sums expended for the relief

1,375,868 1 station of the illustrious Marquis of Hastings. We have no good opinion Total sums expended -

6,958,445 2

"... 8,331,313 3 of the public principles of Mr. Canning, yet neither his talents nor his in- Statement of Money expended on the Poor dustry will enable him to do half the

only in England and Wales. mischief of his predecessor. The same Average of three years ending paucity of taients has led to the dis. Easter 1750.....

• £689,971 patch of Wellington to the Congress Year ending Easter 1776.... 1,521,782

Average

of the poor :

of the poor

...

Average of three years ending

in England, is 1,919; assistant overseers Easter 1785

1,912,941 1,838 ; in Wales 226 and 141. Total Year ending Easter 1813........ 4,077,891 Select Vestries 2,145. Assistant over. Average of three years ending

seers 1,979.—The Report also exhibits a March 25, 1815 ....

6,129,844 “ continued reduction in the levies, from Ditto, ditto, 1818

6,814,290 the year 1817-18; so that in the last year Ditto, ditto, 1821

7,273,535 the amount was less by about 300,0001. Property assessed under sche

than the year 1819-20, and less by 900,000). dule (A) in 1815 ·

51,898,423 than in 1817-18,”

No. We consider it interesting to the Population in 1811

10,502,500 public to subjoin some extracts from Ditto, 1821...

•12,218,500 the reports of the Finance Committee, The number of Select Vestries, accordture of the country.

relative to the revenues and expendiing to other documents in the Appendix,

[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]

OTHER RESOURCES.

[blocks in formation]

Property Tax (Arrears)
Lotiery, surplus Receipts after payment of Lottery

Prizes.
Unclaimed Dividends, Annuities, Lottery Prizes, &c.

per Act 56 Geo. III. c. 97
From the Commissioners for the Issue of Exchequer

Bills, per Acts 57 Geo. III. c. 3.1, and 124, for carrying on Public Works, and for the Employ

ment of the Poor in Great Britain.... On account of Advances made by the Treasury, un

der the Authority of various Acts of Parliament, for improving Post Roads, for building Gaols, for the Police, for Public Works and Employment of the Poor, and for the support of Commercial Cre

dit in Ireland...
Surplus Fees of Regulated Public Offices
Interest on Contracts for the Redemption of Land

Tax
Other Monies paid to the Public

[blocks in formation]

Total (exclusive of Loans) Loans paid into the Exchequer

Total Public Income of the United King.

dom (including the Loans)

[blocks in formation]
[merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors]

S.

[ocr errors]

29,313,255 12

275,476 7

149,887 0

1,739 17 6,019 2

98 0

1.-For Interest, &c. on the Permanent Debt of the United King

dom, Unredeemed ; including Annuities for Lives and Terms
of Years ..

For Charges of Management thereon
For Interest, &c. on Imperial Loans; including Annuities for
Lives and Terms of Years

For Charges of Management thereon...
For Interest on Portuguese Loan

For Charges of Management thereon..
There was also applied towards the Reduction
of the National Debt......

.£1,062,445 5 The usual Grant .....

200,000 0
Annuities for Terms of Years, and Lives expired 167,978 7
Ditto on Lives unclaimed for Three

Years, before 5th Jan. 1821 ...... £30,835 2
Ditto on Lives unclaimed for Three
Years and upwards, at 5th Jan. 1821. 3,567 12

34,402 14
Per Centage on Loans raised from 1813 to 1821,

both inclusive, per Act. 53, Geo. III. c. 35.... 3,992,778 13
Annual Appropriation for the Redemption of

£12,000,000, part of £14,200,000, Loan 1807 626,255 10
Interest on Capitals transferred for Life Annui-
ties

182,386 10
Long Annuities transferred for ditto ......

8,668 10 Interest on Debt of United Kingdom, redeemed 3,536,830 10 Do. on Imperial Debt...

Do.....

75,191 19 Do. on Debt of Portugal.

Do..

20,846 11
Interest at 1 per cent. on part of Capitals created
since 5th Jan. 1793...

6,968,883 17
Ditto on Vutstanding Exchequer Bills

336,230 0
Returned from Account of Life Annuities, the

Nominees having died prior to their being set
apart for Payment

7,038 5

17,219,956 15
There has also been applied towards the Re.

demption of the Debt created in respect of
£2,300,000 borrowed for the East India Com-
pany in 1812, the Amount paid by the Com-
pany into the Bank, in pursuance of the Act 52
Geo. III. cap. 135 •

163,739 2

17,383,695 18

46,852,837 13 17,383,695 18

Whereof was applied to the Reduction of the National Debt ..
Total on Account of Interest ...

Ditto Charges of Management
Ditto Reduction of the National Debt

29,469,161 15

277,314 5 17,383,695 18

47,130,171 18 2,219,602 5

850,000 0 214,877 6

II.- The Interest on Escheqner Bills, and Irish Treasury Bills
III.—The Civil Lists of England

Ireland
IV.-The other Charges on the Consolidated Fand, viz.

Courts of Justice in England
Mint ....
Allowances to the Royal Family, Pensions, &c.
Salaries and Allowances
Bounties.....
Miscellaneous

Permanent Charges in Ireland
V.- The Civil Government of Scotland.

69,444 18 14,738 5 439,229 14 60,168 7 14,278 0 203,864 14 402,3597 133,077 15

VI.-The

..C

« PreviousContinue »