crown, 154 r. are asked, 137 r. have been are quite out of several kinds of brown, as paid for soap-tallow.–Seeds, dull of sale, Jamaica and Domingo, are very low; large especially the inferior qualities.--In Colo- parcels of yellow and brown Havannah nial goods very little is doing; raw sugars have been sold at 6 d. to 74d. have been without demand for some time, Copenhagen, July 10.-Our corn prices and even refined little inquired after. are rising.

June 29.Hemp-oil was to be bought Rotterdam, July 18.-—The new law on this week at 94 r.; fine Polish Potashes at the finances, by which a more liberal system 95 r. In other articles no alteration. of foreign commerce is to be introduced,

Hamburgh, July 14.-Cotton has been has at length passed both Chambers, after in some request; we have fresh supplies of very warm and protracted debates, and by East India.—Coffèc, in demand, without very small majorities. We hope that it change of price.-Rice maintains its price, will prove highly advantageous, though all though we have fresh arrivals.-Tea. No- the southern provinces are unfortunately thing has been sold this week, yet the dissatisfied with it, regarding it as the death holders are rather more firm.-Sugar. So blow to the manufacturing interests of those little has been doing this week in Hamburg provinces, and calculated only to promote refined, that the prices, low as they are, the advantage of the great Dutch merchants. hardly kept up. This, of course, affected We flatter ourselves that it will turn out to English Lumps, fit for our refineries, and be otherwise. When the new tarif is pubthe price of good strong middling was ac- lished, we shall see whether the King's cordingly depressed to 104d. and 104d. promise that foreigners shall find it most to Raw sugars are still duller, and the prices their interest to receive their goods through nearly nominal. Only dry white middling the Netherlands, will be fulfilled. The and fine Brazil and Havannah, being in transit duties will certainly be lowered ; some request for exportation, remain pretty whether that on twist will be under one per steady at 10 d. to 12 d. and 12}d. to 131d; cent. is uncertain. Some persons speak of while the inferior descriptions, though we one-half per cent., but we do not believe it.


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