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PRICES CURRENT. AUGUST 11, 1821,

LEITH. GLASGON. LIVERPOOL. LONDON. Tea, Bobea, per lb.

2 34 2 4 Congou,

2 8 3 0 Souchong,

4 2 4 4 SOGAR, Musc. cwt.

B. P. Dry Brown, 575. 6056 66 55 5854 56
Mid. Good, & Fine Mid. 70 80 GO 71 59 07 59 72
Fine and very fine,
80 80

69 79 70 77 Brazil, Brown,

21
27 | 22

27 White,

33 48 35 46 Refined, Double Loaves,

130
145

120 126 Powder ditto,

106
110

87 100 Single ditto,

100 104 Small Lumps, 92 96

81 100 Large ditto,

88 92 Crushed Lumps,

44 56 MOLASSES, British, 23

22 24 28

21 6 COFFEE, Juanaica,

Ord. good, and fine ord. 105 108 109 118 105 116 90 109 Fine and very fine,

|124 130 125 138 Dutch, Triage & very ord.

90 115 Ord. good, & fine ord. 120 135

|113 120 St Domingo, 122 126

108 110 PIMENTO (in Bond), Ib. 7

8 7 74 · 73 8 SPIRITS Jam. Rum 160.P. 25 2d 2 4 11 20 191 11 8 3 3 Brandy, gal. 4 8 46

30 3 6 Geneva, 1 10 2 0

18 19 Aqua,

6 67 WINES, Clar. Ist Gr. bhd. 45 55

30 0

60 0 Portugal Red, pipe, 30 46

450 52 0 Spanish White, butt. 34 55

300 60 0 Teneriffe, pipe,

30 32 Madeira, -55 65

28 45 LOGWOOD, Jamaica, ton, 7 7 7 15 8 0 6 0 8 5 6 10

70 Honduras, 8

8 5 8 10 6 10 70 Campeachy, 8

8 15 9 0 FUSTIC, Jamaica,

7 8 6 10 7 0 6 6 7 0 7 0 80 Cuba,

9 11 8 5 8 10 7 15 8 10 10 0 10 6 LNDIGO, Caraccas fine, Ib. 7s 6d 10 6 7 6 8680 90 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot, 1 6 1 8 Ditto Oak,

30 3 4 Honduras Mahogany, 14 18

18 0 10

011 10 TAR, American, brl.

16

16 0 Archangel,

18 TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Candle, 49

49 50 48

43 Home melted, cwt. 52 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton, 44

47 Petersburgh Clean, 39

46 10 Flas, Riga Pa. & Dr. Ra. 55

52 Dutch, 50 90

46 Irish,

41 46 Mats, Archangel,

76 80
BRISTLES, Peters. Firsts, 13 10 14
ASHES, Petersburgh Pearl, 40
Montreal ditto, cwt. 41 46

38 40

40 40 41 Pot, 36 37 | 31

32

33 6 42 43 OIL, Whale, tun, £25 26 25

22 10 23 Cod, 84 (p.brl.) — 22 23

22 Tobacco, Virg. fine, lb.

7 64 7 0 54 0 8 0 6 64 inferior, 5 54 33

0 23 0 3 0 24 0 3 COTTOxs, Bowed Georgia,

0 9 0 11 0 90 1 0 9 0 11 Sea Island, fine,

18 2 011 5 1 8 1 4 2 0 Demerara & Berbice,

1 0

1 2 0 104 I J 011 0111 1)

2

1 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 Maranham,

10 1 1 1 0 100011 115 Jordan, P. Whitechapel, druggist Adeane, H. Hertford, shoemaker

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Course of Exchange, London, August 10.--Amsterdam, 12 : 17. Ditto, at sight, 12 : 14. Rotterdam, 12 : 18. Antwerp, 12 : 9. Hamburgh, 38 : 2. Altona, 38 : 3. Paris, 3 days sight, 25 : 60. Bourdeaux, 25 : 90. Frankfort on the Maine, 158. Madrid, 36. Cadiz, 36. Gibraltar, 305. Leghorn, 47. Genoa, 43). Lisbon, 50. Oporto, 50. Rio Janeiro, 49. Dublin, 9 per cent. Cork, 9 per cent.

Prices of Bullion per oz. - Portuguese gold in coin, L. 3:17: 10. Foreign gold in bars, L. 3:17: 103. New doubloons, L. 3 : 13 :6. New dollars, L. 0:4:10. Silver in bars, L, 0 : 4:11.

Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's.-Guernsey or Jersey, 10s. 6d.-Cork or Dublin, 10s. 60.-Belfast, 10s. 6d.-Hamburgh, 10s. Od.-Madeira, 15s. Od. Jamaica, 30s.-Greenland out and home, 6 gs. to 10 gs. Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from July 18 to August 8, 1821.

July 18. | July 24. Aug. 1. Aug. 8.

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ALPHABETICAL List of ENGLISH BANKRUP'rs, announced between the 20th

June and 20th July 1821 ; extracted from the London Gazette. Acaster, T. Beale, Yorkshire, publican

Knight, w. G. Batcombe, Somerset, money seri. Ainsworth, T. H. Halliwell, Lancaster, calico- vener printer

Lammin, T. East Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, Astley, G. Wem, Salop, farmer

maltster Banks, W. and Co. Binningham, dealers

Lee, W. Old City Chambers, wine merchant Bardsley, J. jun. Manchester, cotton spinner Longbottom, T. Keighley, York, machine inaker Barnet, T. Birminghan, merchant

Maciulen, W. G. & Co. Hertford, grocers Barnwell, J. Leamington Priors, carpenter

Macneil, W. Charles-street, Middlesex Hospital, Barton, H. Paul's Cray, Kent

coachmaker Bennett, J. Marsham, Norfolk, miller

Malton and Wilson, Greville-street, Hatton GarDetts, J. T. Aldgate, tea-dealer

den Cann, w. Oakhampton, ironmonger

Marr, R. C. Rathbone Place, linen-draper
Cardwell, C. H. and Smith, J. Wath upon Deame, Mather, E. Oxford, grocer
York, flax-spinners

Metcall, c. Bedale, fax-dresser
Cazzer, J. Maker, Cornwall, innkeeper

Medd, T. Staple Inn Buildings, Holbom, draper Cleugh, J. and R. late of Leadenhall-street, linen- Mitchell, F. New Malton, corn merchant drapers

Mitchel, J. Milk-street, warehouseman Coates, H. Bradfield, Essex, farmer

Moseley, H. New Road, St George's in the East, Consitt, R. and Co. Hull, merchants

glass ware house keeper Coombes, J. Lower Shadwell, cooper

Nibblett, C. Guildford, money scrivener Cooper, W. Becston, Leeds, victualler

Offer, J. Bathwick, near Bath, slater Cotterell, J. Worcester, timber-merchant

Peacock, J. Bawtry, York, victualler Cox, R. A. jun, and Co. Little Britain, bankers Peake, W. Sloane Square, linen-draper Dalton, J. Bury, Suffolk, surgeon

Penfold, W. Leadenhall-street, horse-dealer Draper, w. Maldon, Essex, watchmaker

Perfect, G. jun. West Malling, surgeon Dyson, E. Well-street, Jennyn-street, dealer Phelps, w Camomile-street, Bishopsgate-street, Edwards, J. Gough Square

carpenter Essex, W. Paddington, wharfinger

Pilkington, R. Mile End Road, baker Farley, T. Ratclifle Highway, linen-draper

Playfair, T. New Bond-street, trunk-maker Fea, J. Hull, broker

Purchas, R. W. and Tredwen, R. Chepstaw, Figes, T. and Co. Romsey, Hants, brewers

ship-builders Forsdick, J. Euston Square, Pancras, builder Rainey, R. Spilsby, tanner Goodluck, W. R. Burton Crescent, Middlesex, Rist, C. Cornhill, auctioneer broker

Sadler, T. Aston near Binningham, dealer Golding, H. Lower Thames-street, wine-merchant Salmon, R. H. Alfred Place, Bedford Square, Gray, J. Bishopsgate-street-within, silversmith

horse-dealer Grilliths, G. Grantham, tinber merchant

Sedlow, W. Manchester, flour-dealer
Hardwick, S. Birmingham, builder

Spence J. Yarm, grocer
Hawley, G. High-street, Shadwell, checsernonger Siray, M. Rotherham, linen-draper
Hepworth, J. Leous, cloth dresser

Sullivan, P. Stewart-street, Old Artillery Ground, Higgs, w. Strand, hatter

silk manufacturer Hill, J. Dover, saddler

Thompson, T. Langbourne Buildings, Fenchuiclı Hilton, J. St Martin's Le Grand, saduler

street, timber merchant Ilumphreys E. Swansea, vietualler

Tyerman, J. Bristol, haberdasher

Wilson, H. Crispin-street, Spital Fields; vietual

ler

Yarnold, P. City Garden Row, St Luke's, tailor
Yarrow, U. Chiswell-street, shopkeeper
Youden, J. Dover, spirit merchant

Young, J. Ware, Herts, tailor

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linen-drapers; by George Montgomeric, merchant, Dumfries Dick, John, Edinburgh, bookseller; by Alexander Macredie, bookseller there

Duncan, James, Dundee, merchant; by J, Ogil. vic and Sons, writers there

Gourlay, Oliver, Craigrothie, cattle-dealer; by J. Thomson, senior, writer in Cupar-Fife.

Miller, James, Glasgow, merchant; by R. Aitken, banker there

Petrie, James, junior, Aberdeen, merchant; by William Clark, merchant there

Pettigrew, John, Glasgow, merchant; by John Leadbetter, merchant there

- Robertson, William, Inverness, merchant; by

the trustee there

Ross, Alexander, Glasgow, clothier; by the trustee there

Steel, William, Glasgow, merchant; by James M'Ewen, merchant there

White, Thomas, Edinburgh, merchant; by W.

Scott, accountant there

Whyte, Alexander, Dundee, candle-maker, &c. ; by George Duncan, merchant there Wright, Malcolm, Paisley, merchant; by George

Smellie, merchant there Wright, Francis, Edinburgh, jeweller; by Robert Burns, banker there.

10. At Warriston Crescent, Edinburgh, Mrs Barclay, a daughter.

The Lady of Andrew Spottiswoode, Esq. Bedford Square, London, a daugh

ter.

14. At Fraserfield, Mrs Forbes, a son. 16. At Stranraer, the Lady of MajorGeneral M'Nair, C. B. a daughter.

17. At Glenkindy, the Lady of Sir Alexander Leith, K. C. B. a daughter.

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19. At Newbattle Abbey, the Marchioness of Lothian, a daughter.

At Castleton, Argyleshire, the Lady of Neil M'Lachlan, Esq. a daughter.

In Lower Grosvenor Street, London, the Right Hon. Lady Catherine Whyte Melville, a son and heir.

20. At No. 46, Heriot Row, Edinburgh, the Lady of Michael Riddell, Esq. a son.

28. At Pinkie House, the Lady of Sir John Hope of Craighall, Baronet, a daugh

Walsh, J. Barbican, victualler
Webb, H. Rochdale, woolstapler
Webster, R. and W. Bishop Wearmouth, mer-
chants

Walling, G. B. Basinghall-street, woollen draper
Whitehouse, T. West Bromwich, miner
Whitesmith, W. Old Fish-street, grocer

ALPHABETICAL LIST of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced
July 1821, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

SEQUESTRATIONS.

Adam, William, and Co. Bellfield, bleachers
Archer, John, Edinburgh, merchant
Barkly, Hands and William, Kirkcudbright and
Wigtonshires, cattle-dealers

Blackley, Thomas and Adam, Edinburgh, fleshers
Cochran, Archibald, of Ashkirk, merchant in
Fisherrow

Chirrey, John and Co. Glasgow, merchant tailors
Cumming, Peter, Glasgow, shoemaker
Cunynghame, R. D. Leith, ship-builder
Dow and Fenwick, Perth, merchants
Gardner, John, Glasgow, coach-proprietor
Harley, Duncan Forbes, Glasgow, vinegar manu-
facturer, &c.

Robertson, John, Glasgow, merchant and agent
Ross, Hugh, Glasgow, merchant
Scott, Robert, Glasgow, shoemaker

Steele, Robert, Glasgow, spirit-dealer
Taylor, Robert and Son, Glasgow, spirit-dealers
Young, William, Glasgow, coal-merchant, &c.
Watt, John and Co. Glasgow, spirit-dealers
Watt, Thomas and Co. Glasgow, merchants
Weir, Duncan, East Camp, near Mid-Calder,
lime-burner

DIVIDENDS.

Chambers, David and Co. Lockerbie, woollen and

BIRTHS.

June 17. At Pisa, in Italy, the Right Hon. Lady Blantyre, a daughter.

19. At Woodside, Mrs Richardson, a

son.

21. Lady Dunbar of Boath, a son. 22. At Paris, Lady Buchan, a son. 24. At Deal, the Lady of Captain M'Culloch, R. N. a daughter.

26. At Mormond House, Mrs Gordon of Cairnbulg, a son.

27. At Putney, the Lady of John Paterson, Esq. Captain of the Hon. East India Company's ship Repulse, a son.

28. At his house in Marlborough Square, Brompton, Mrs Mackenzie, Lady of Thomas Mackenzie, Esq. a son.

-At Stenton Manse, Mrs Balfour Graham, a son.

8. At Chester, the Lady of LieutenantColonel Tyron, 88th regiment, a son.

-Mrs Horsburgh of Lochmalony, a son. 9. In Privy Gardens, London, Lady Frederick Bentinck, a son.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.

July 2. At Portsmouth, the Right Hon. Lady Greenock, a daughter.

G. At Rosebank, the Lady of Kenneth M'Leay, Esq. of Newmore, a son.

7. At Millfield Hill, Mrs Grey, a daughter.

ter.

Mrs Irvine, Northumberland Street, a daughter.

Lately. At Paris, the Lady of Earl Poulett, a son.

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MARRIAGES.

June 26. At Montrose, Captain William Hunter, of the Hon. East India Company's

naval service, to Miss Knox, eldest daugh.

DEATHS. ter of Andrew Knox, Esq.

Extract from the Colombo Gazette.-Died 28. At Bath, John Maxwell Logan, Esq. at Colombo, on the 7th February, Alex. of Fingalton, in the county of Renfrew, ander Cadell

, Esq. a senior servant on his to Mrs Cathcart, widow of the late Hugh Majesty's Ceylon civil establishment, who Cathcart, Esq.

had held for many years the situations of July 3. Wm. Macdovall, Esq. Advo, Civil and Military Paymaster-General of cate, to Miss Elizabeth Christian Dundas, this colony, and Deputy Paymaster-Genethird daughter of Mr James Dundas, of ral to the King's forces. The long and un. Ochtertyre, clexk to the signet.

interrupted residence of twenty

years in At Aberdeen, John Harding Wal. Ceylon, during which time he filled some ker, Esq.. M. D. late Surgeon of the 73d of the most important offices under this Go. Highland regiment, to Charlotte, eldest vernment, nad so impaired his constity. daughter of Alexander Duncan, Esq. tion, that Mr Cadell was forced, at the

Colonel Hugh Baillie, of Mortimer commencement of this month, to resign his Street, Cavendish Square, London, to office, with the view of returning to his na. Mary, youngest daughter and co-heiress tive country, on leave of absencelide of the late Thomas Smith, Esq. of Castleton aware that the symptoms which induced Hall, county of Lancaster,

him to form this resolution proceeded from At Ealing Church, Spencer Perce- causes that were so speedily to bring about val, Esq.son of the late Right Hon. Spencer his dissolution. His disease, the liver Perceval, to Anna Eliza, youngest daugh- complaint, began to assume an alarming ter of the late General Macleod of Macleod. appearance on the 3d instant, and very

8. At Fairlay, George Taylor, Esq. soon afterwards it was ascertained that of Dublin, to Anna, daughter of George there was but little hope of his recovery. Thomson, Esq. of Fairlay.

From the 8d, Mr Cadell lingered till the 10. At Aberdona, Clackmannanshire, morning of the 7th intant,

when he exJohn Kirkpatrick, Esq. advocate, to Jane, pired. The remains of this upright and only daughter of John Glas, Esq. Stirling. meritorious servant of the Crown were con.

John Sinclair, Esq. of Barroch, to veyed to the grave with the wilitary hoMargaret, youngest daughter of the late nours due to his rank, as Deputy PayJolin Learmonth, Esq.

master-General to the King's forces, attend. 12. At Springbank, near Port-Glas- ed by his Excellency the Lieutenant-Gogow, Andrew Scott, Esq. of Larchgrove, vernor, the Honourable the Judges of the to Miss Celia King, daughter of the late Supreme Court, the members of Council, Daniel King, Esq. of Tobago.

the civil servants of Government, the most 13. At Edinburgh, Carlyle Bell, Esq. respectable merchants in Colombo, and a W. S. to Miss Cunningham, eldest daugh. very large concourse of the burgher and ter of Charles Cunningham, Esq. W. S. native population of this place.

At Enville, Hugh Montgomery Feb. 7. At Konnigale, Ceylon, of the Campbell, Esq. to Miss Hale, of the Hole jungle fever, Captain Alexander Maebean, lies, Staffordshire.

of the 2d Ceylon regiment. 16. At Durham, Robert Rattray, Esq. 18. At Huacho, in Peru, the infant W. S. to Dorothea, daughter of the late daughter of Lord and Lady Cochrane. John Dagnia, Esq.

May 13. At New York, the Rev. David 17. At St George's, Hanover Square, Williamson, aged 58 years, a native of London, Captain Hyde Parker, R. N. to Fifeshire, Scotland, and for upwards of 30 Caroline, second daughter of the late Sir years pastor of the Associate Congregation, Frederick Eyan.

Whitehaven, England. At Greenock, James Playfair, Esq. 16. At Plymouth, in consequence of merchant in Glasgow, to Jane, second fatigue which he underwent in Spain and daughter of John Spiers, Esq. M. D. phy. Portugal, during the late war, and of sician in Greenock.

which he never thoroughly recovered, Lieut. 22. At St George's Chapel, Edinburgh, Cosmo Cameron, of the Ilth regiment, Captain J. Robertson, 14th regiment, to youngest son of George Cameron of Letter. Kathrine Steele, daughter of the late finlay; the third son he has now lost in his George Grey, Esq. of Tullywbandland. Majesty's service.

23. At Portobello, Mr H. J. Baird, to 17, in Campbell county, Virginia, aged Margaret, only daughter of Henry M‘Kay, 121, Mr Charles Layne, senior. He was Esq. late merchant, Glasgow.

born in Albemarle, near Buckingham 24. At Howard Place, Alexander Pater county, in the year 1700. He has left a son, Esq. of Smithfield, to Agnes, fourth widow, aged 110 years, and a numerous daughter of the late Thomas Wallace, Esq. and respectable family down to the third of Stockbridge, Ayrshire.

and fourth generation. Mr Layne was a 25. At Balcarras, James Head, Esq. of subject of four British Sovereigns, and a the Hon, the East India Company's ser- citizen of the United States for nearly 48 vico, to Cecilia, third daughter of the Hon. ycars. Until within a few years, he enjoy. Robert Lindsay of Balcarras.

ed all his faculties, with vigorous bodily health.

June 3. At Florence, James Wentworth Murray, Esq.

8. At Kingston, in Jamaica, John Na pier, second son of Macvey Napier, W. S.

9. On board his Majesty's ship Rosario, on her passage to England, Mr Richard Allan Cowan, Purser of that ship.

17. At Chelsea, Captain Duncan Macbean, late 7th royal veteran battalion, in the 53d year of his age.

18. Dr Hague, Professor of Music in the University of Cambridge.

19. At Dublin, Lieutenant-Colonel John Campbell, of the 2d royal veteran battalion.

At Gosport, in the 38th year of his age, Major W. Bennett, Royal Engineers. 20. At Cromarty, the Rev. Alexander Macleod, minister of the Gaelic church there

22. At Broughty Ferry, Mrs Ann Maxwell, relict of Captain Charles Bell, Pitbladdo.

23. At Como, Mrs Oliphant of Condie. -At Lausanne, in Switzerland, Mrs Kelso, the Lady of Arch. Kelso of Sauchrie, Esq. county of Ayr.

24. At Edinburgh, Miss Ann Scott, daughter of the Rev. Mr Scott, minister of Stitchel.

25. At Springhin, Douglas, James Hamilton, Esq.

At Edinburgh, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of George Sandilands, Esq.

- At Edinburgh, Mrs Margaret Graham, relict of Alex. Bower, Esq. of Kincaldrum, in the 83d year of her age.

At Viewfield Cottage, near Inverness, John Noble, Esq. of the India House, London.

26. At Edinburgh, Miss Jean M'Queen, daughter of the late George M'Queen, Esq. Collector of Cess of the city of Edinburgh.

-At Forfar, after a few days illness, Peter Ranken, Esq. Sheriff Substitute of Forfarshire. He was in Court on the Tuesday preceding; and thus continued in the discharge of the duties of his laborious and important office till within one week of his death. Mr Ranken held his office upwards of fifty years, his commission being dated the 9th day of June 1771; and it reflects no small credit on his assiduity and integrity, that three successive Sheriffs Depute continued him in office without hesitation. At the time of his original appointment he was twenty-seven years old, and he died at the age of seventyseven. In private life Mr Ranken was courteous, sociable, and mild; and, in his public capacity, he was equally assiduous, and inflexible in promoting the ends of public justice. Even when, through the decays of old age, his strength was a good

deal impaired, he still continued to exért himself in the discharge of his duty. He was beloved by all the practitioners at his bar. In his whole conduct and deportment, indeed, he always bore a candid, manly, and independent character; and as such his remembrance will be long and fondly cherished.

27. At Erriboll, parish of Durness, Captain Alexander Clarke.

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At Edinburgh, Mrs Margaret Smith, widow of Thomas Smith, Esq. one of the Principal Clerks to the Bills.

29. At Mold, at the advanced age of 85, Captain Jeremiah Martin. He had served in the British army during the reigns of George II., III., and IV., com prising a period of 69 years and upwards. At Edinburgh, Mr Alexander Dalmaboy, St Andrew's Street.

30. At Greenhaugh, Govan, Alexander, eldest son of the late Alexander Wallace, Esq. of Auchinvole.

James Hamilton, Esq. sen. of Mavisbank, in the 78th year of his age. -At Edinburgh, Mr James Stewart, late merchant.

At Portobello, William Maxwell Morison, Esq. Advocate.

July 1. At Edinburgh, Miss Moore Grant, youngest daughter of the late Rev. James Grant, minister of Laggan.

At Montrose, Mr Andrew Mearns, shipmaster, and for many years shoremaster at that port,

2. At Perth, Mrs Jean Stewart, relict of the deceased Lieutenant Robert Menzies, of the late Ross-shire Highlanders.

3. At Kilbryde Castle, on the 21st ult. Susan Jane, the only daughter, and on this date, Colin, the infant son of Sir Alexan der Campbell, Bart.

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