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For the last Month.
Andrade, A. and I., Warwick, Lancaster, Hardy, M. and J. Dale, Manchester, bankers.
warehouseman. Alvin, R. P., Grays-inn-lane, ale-brewer. Harbin, T. H., Mainhead, Devon. Ansell, J., Filkins, Oxford, farmer. Hedley, J., and Wills, T. F. Sunderland, Armstrong, J., Reading, linen-draper. ship-owners. Atkinson,
T., Manchester, shop-keeper. Hargraves, J., Liverpool, miller. Avison, J., Eastburn, York, butter-factor. Hoyle, T. and Lord J. Irwell Springs, Atkins, J., Hamstall, Kidware, miller. Lancaster, calico-printers. Atherton, W., Everton, brewer.
Herbert, E. J., Fetter-lane, oilman. Boucher, T., Cheltenham,cabinet-maker. Hornblower, W., Brierly Hill iron-works, Blyth, G. W. and F., Birmingham, mer- jronmonger. chants.
Hembrey, M., Lambeth-road, victualler. Burton, G., Knottingley, York, vessel- Herbert, P., of the ship Thalai, mercht. builder.
Hort, J., Gt. St, Helens, coal-merchant. Byrne, P. H., Bucklersbury, Manchester- Herbert, R. and W., Buckmaster, St. warehouseman.
Mary Axe, wine-merchants. Butt, W., Stone, grocer.
Handford, W., Tavistock Devon, linenBishop, E., Cheltenham, tailor.
draper. Butler, P., Little Bolton, manufacturer. Harrison, I., Mount-terrace, WhiteButton, W. Bicester, inu-keeper.
chapel-road, four-factor. Brewer, S., Alderton, Suffolk, corn- Joseph, A., Magdalen-row, Prescott-st. merchant.
Goodmans'-fields, merchant. Branwhite, P., Bristol, fringe-manufact. Judd, G., Farringdon, cordwainer. Child, J., Aldermanbury, hosier.
Jullion, J., Holborn, Jeweller. Clough, R., Sharplen, Lancaster, calico
Knight, J., Halifax, merchant. printer.
Kirkland and Badenock, Coventry, Cater, S., Rattlesden,
Suffolk, grocer. ribbon-manufacturers. Cossart, I. J. and P., Clements-lane, Kenyon, T., Prestwich, Lancaster, flourwiue-merchants.
dealer. Congdon, T., Torquay, Devon, merchant. Ketcher, N. Bradwell, Essex, shopCotton, W.,Castle Dunnington, Leicester, keeper. baker.
Keene, W.C. Mary-le-bone-lane, farrier. Colley, B., Posenhall, Salop, farmer. Larbalestier, J., Angel-court, Throg. Copley, B. and W., Hirst, Doncaster, morton-street, wine-merchant. iron-founders.
Ledden, W., Liverpool, merchant. Chittenden, E., Ashford, ironmongers. Lord, J. J., Plymouth-dock, spirit-seller. Copland, W., Sharrington, Norfolk, Lea, P. H., Prior-place, East-lane, Walfarmer.
worth, grocer. Dore, F., Berkeley-square, auctioneer. Lewis, P. R., Bath-place, New-road, Dalmaine, G., Chandos-st, embroider.
fringe-manufacturer. Day, H. and R., Holmes, Tottenham- Leppingwell, K., Croydon, linen-draper. court-road, drapers.
Lightfoot, J., Eccleston, miller. Darke, S. W., Red-lion-square, picture. Lyes, W. Cheltenham, coal-merchant. dealer.
Morton, T. Nottingham, lace manufact. Davidson, W., Philpot-lane, Fenchurch
Maydew, T., Cobridge, Stafford, bluestreet, merchant.
manufacturer Earle, W., Church-street, Rotherhithe, Mann, G. and J., Chapel-st., Edgewarevictualler.
road, bricklayers. Early, W., Winchester, grocer.
Mounsher, J. Leonard-street, Finsbury, Edwards, G. H., Craven-street, wine- merchant. merchant.
Miller, R., Brimscombe Port, Gloucester, Field, S., Richmond, Surrey, wine-mercht. banker. Failes, J., Upwell, Norfolk, farmer. Moorsom, W., Scarborough, banker. Finch, T., Chiswick, common.carrier. Maullin, T. Dudley, Worcester, nailFroggatt, J., Burslem, Stafford, druggist. ironmonger. Griffiths, H., Swansea, linen-draper. Maddock, R. and J., Tweed, RosemaryGlover, É, Hardshaw, shop-keeper.
lane, and Darby-st, timber-merchants.
Milthorpe, J., Poole, maltster.
Stevens, W., Northumberland-st.,Strand,
baker. Sowerby, P., sen, and jun., Liverpool.
provision-merchants. Steel, J., Emscott, Warwick, timber
merchant. Scandrett, W., St. Clement, Worcester,
glover. Sherwin, W.T., Paternoster-row, book
farmer Tickell, T. West Bromwich, Stafford,
FOR MARCH. The mildness of the weather, since our last report, has been peculiarly favourable to the young lambs. The farmers are no where at a loss for food for their flocks ; indeed, so mild a season cannot be remembered. In the southern parts of England, and in the immediate neighbourhood of Brighton, the grasses are very luxuriant; the whole extent of the South Downs exkibits a beautiful carpet of green,
and the appearance of the arable lands promises a rich reward to the agriculturist. Sowing coil. tinues with unabated vigour; in many parts of England the seed-time is already concluded. The young clovers have held a fine plant from the mildness of the winter.
The bawthorn, lilac, and most of the early shrubs, have already begun to sprout; and, should the blossoms be nipped by no untimely frosts, we venture to predict a most abundant crop of every description of indigenous fruits. The depression of the prices of agricultural produce still, we lament to say, continues.
It has, we understand, been resolved by the Committee on Agriculture to adopt the following Scale of Protecting Duties : 1. That the future import
price of wheat shall be secenty instead of eighty shillings. 2. That a duty of tuelve shillings be imposed upon imported wheat, when the price is from 708. to 80s.
3. That a duty of five shillings be imposed upon imported wheat, when the price is from 80s. to 855. ; after which, the duty shall be reduced to one shilling.
4. That a further additional duty of five shillings shall be imposed upon imported wheat, for the first three months after the ports open, and when the price is from 70s. to 858. VOL. I.
The highest price of the best wheaten bread, throughout the metropolis is stated by the principal bakers to be nipepence-halfpenny the quartern loaf.
Peck loaf, to weigh 17 lb. 6 oz. | Quartern loaf, to weigh 41b. 54 oz.
21 RETURN PRICE OF GRAIN, ON BOARD SHIP, AS UNDER. Essex red wh. new 30s. a 40s.Fine
23s. a 258. Old....
30s.a32s Fine 44 a 52 Superfine 24 a 28 Tick New
16 a 22 Old... ..... 50 a 60 Malt
46 a 50 Fine Old
20 a 25 White New .... 34 a 42 Fine
52 a 55 Feed Oats
13 a 16 Fine 52 a 54 Hog Pease New 21 a 22 Fine
17 à 18 Superfine ...... 54 a 57 Maple...... 23' a 24 Poland ditto 15 a 13 Old..... 65 a 68 White New 26 a 27 Fine
20 a 22 Rye... 20 a 24 Boilers
27 a 28 Potato ditto 23 a 24 Barley 16 a 18 Small Beans New 24 a 27 Fine
25 a 26 AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN PER QUAR., AND OATMEAL PER BOLL,
Wheat Rye Barley Oats Beans Pease
16 0 219 23 4
PRICE OF SEEDS, &c. We have almost a general dullness in our Seed Trade. White Clover is again cheaper ; Foreign Red is also lower; but good Euglish maintains its price. Trefoil, unless the brightest sample, sells heavily at a further reduction. Ribgrass is more plentiful. Ryegrass, Sanfoin, &c., remain nearly as last quoted. Turnip........ per bushel 328, a 468. | Clover, fine new....
per cwt. 258. a 70s; Mustard, brown 10 15 6d. Foreign, Red, ditto
26 60 white
8 10 6
34 66 Rapeseed, per last ...... £30 a £33 Rib Grass
28 46 per quarter 488. a 52s.
39 40 Very fine
56 a 67 Winter Tares.. 29 32 Fine
67 a Spring Tares 30 34 Coriander
10 15 Sainfoin... 34 a 36 White
36 52 Rye Grass....
66 0 30 a 35 Trefoil
10 25 Canary
20 26 Clover, red...... per cwt. 28 a 72
PRICE OF FLOUR, &c.
per quarter 5
6 Essex and Suffolk, on
20 25 board ship ...
PRICES OF HAY AND STRAW.
a L4 4 Clover 4 4 5 0 Clover 3 10 0 4 10 0 Clover 4 0 5 Straw 1 10 a 1 16 Straw 1 5 6 I 17 6 Straw 1 8 1 16
PRICE OF HOPS per cwt.
56s. a 95 Od. Sussex 54 a 700 Sussex
49 63 0 Essex 84 0 Essex
70 80 Farnham, fine, £6. to £10.
INDEX TO VOLUME I.
Achilles, 382, 383
the Rev. G. Croly, 79
Barton's Napoleon, 638
369, 392, 400-1-4-6-8-25-32-39-44,
Cradock, Col. 14
62, 172, 627
Dale, 316, 317, 439, 514
260, 262, 426
260, 282, 426