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COMMERCIAL REPORT.-September 11, 1821. Sugar...There has been a good deal of business lately done in sugars, but without any material alteration in price, except for the soft qualities which have sold at a decline in price. At Liverpool, a considerable quantity brought to market remained unsold. In refined goods there has been a considerable demand, both for home consumption and exportation, and the market has accordingly remained firm. The supplies for the year may now be considered to be at market, for what remains is certainly but trifling, and the appearances for the crop of the following year amongst the West India Islands, are very unfavourable. Exceeding dry weather was injuring the canes greatly. The prices of Havannah sugars are considerably lower.
Cotton. The market for cotton, for some days past, has been flat. Extensive public sales are advertised at Liverpool, which in all probability has rendered the sales by private contract very limited. The price of Boweds and New Orleans have remained firm, but Brazils has declined in price about a farthing per pound. A good deal of the latter has been brought to market
. Sea Islands have sold at a lower rate, and other kinds have the appearance of declining in value.
Coffee.--The market for coffee remains extremely dull and languid. Sales can with difficulty be effected, even at a considerable decline. Finer qualities indeed being scarce, command former prices; bụt all others are greatly reduced in value. In London some appearances of advance and activity in the market lately appeared, but it was but of momentary duration. In short, the coffee market is very unpromising.
Corn. Since the commencement of the harvest, there has been a considerable bustle and activity in the grain markets, and prices may be stated as having advanced considerably. The crop will certainly in many places be short, but we do not think there is much cause for alarm. The weather till this time, has been very favourable for the operations of reaping; and if it continues good for a short period longer, the harvest will be generally and well conducted. The grain is ripe, and ready for the sickle, and is much earlier than from the backwardness of the spring could have been expected. The crops on the continent are abundant.
Rum, which had some appearance of advancing in price, has again sunk back.Brandy remains firm at the prices quoted. Geneva remains without any alteration.Whale-oil is dull, and prices nominal. In Tallow there has been some improvement in demand and price. India Rice is lower. The sales of Tobacco are limited; and though the stock of Hides in the importers' hands in the Liverpool market is almost exhausted, the market remains languid. The Timber market remains flat, and former prices can with difficulty be obtained.
The accounts by last mail from Jamaica, are very unfavourable. The insurrections in South America render every market in that quarter insecure and uncertain ; and the same may be said of all the most active markets in the Mediterranean, from the political convulsions there taking place. The manufacturing interests in Great Britain continue in full employment, but whether to advantage or not, time only can determine
Course of Exchange, Sept. 7.--Amsterdam, 12 : 16. C. F. Ditto at sight, 12: 13. Rotterdam, 12:17. Antwerp, 12:9. Hamburgh, 38 : 2. Altona, 38 : 3. Paris, 3 d. sight, 25 : 70. Ditto 26. Bourdeaux, 26. Frankfort on the Maine, 158. Petersburgh, perrble. 84:3 Us. Vienna, 10:25 Ef.flo. Trieste, 10:25 Eff. flo. Madrid, 36. Cadiz, 36. Bilboa, 364. Barcelona, 35. Seville, 354. Gibraltar, 30. Leghorn, 47. Genoa, 43. Venice, 27. Malta, 45. Naples, 394. Palermo, 116. Lisbon, 50. Oporto, 50. Rio Janeiro, 49. Bahia, 59. Dublin, 91 per cent. Cork, 9 per cent.
Prices of Gold and Silver, per oz.-Foreign gold, in bars, £3: 17 : 104d. New Dollars, 4s. 10d. Silver in bars, stand. 4s. Ild.
PRICES CURRENT, September 8.
7 SUGAR, Musc.
LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL.
71 Fine and very fine,
80 Refined Doub. Loaves, 130 145 Powder ditto,
106 110 Single ditto,
100 104 Small Lumps, .
96 Large ditto,
92 Crushed Lumps,
56 MOLASSES, British, cwt. 23
28 COFFEE, Jamaica,
124 Dutch Triage and very ord.
108 Ord. good, and fine ord. 120 135
112 Mid. good, and fine mid. 135 140
123 St Domingo, 122 126
108 Pimento (in Bond,)
8 75 7 73
43 4 6
2 0 Grain Whisky,
60 7 0 WINES, Claret, 1st Growths, hhd. 45
65 LOGWOOD, Jam. ton.
8 10 8 15 Honduras,
8 10 90 Campeachy,
8 15 9 5 FUSTÍC, Jamaica,
8 6 10 7 0 66 6 10 Cuba,
11 8 5 8 10 7 15 8 8 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, lb. 78 6d 10s 6d 7 6 8
8 0 90
3 0 34
2 1 8 0 11
6 * 3 0 1 6 TAR, American, brl. 20
16 PITCH, Foreign, cwt. 10 TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Cand. 48
46 MATS, Archangel, 100. 75
Petersburgh Firsts, Cwt. 13 10 14 ASHES, Peters. Pearl,
32 6 33 OIL, Whale,
2 0 3 COTTONS, Bowed Georg.“
09 0 113 Sea Island, fine,
1 8 2 0 1 4 1 7 Good,
1 1 1 3 Middling,
1 4 1
1 1 3 Demerara and Berbice,
1 ( 1
0 10 1 1 West India,
0 10 0
1 1 Maranham,
0 11 1 03 Voi, X.
£7 10 8 5 7 15 8 5 8 10 10 0 6 10 7 10 8 10 0 9 11 6
10 1 6
0 11 1 10
dverage Prices of Corn in England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Week
ended September 1st. Wheat, 54s 70.-Rye, 26s. 7d.-Barley, 258. 10.-Dats, 20s. Od.-Beans, 27. 28.- Pease, 32s. Od.
Beer or Big, Os. Od.Oatmeal, Os. Od.
London, Corn Exchange, Sept. 3,
Liverpool, Sept. 4.
s. d. 3. d.
30 to 34 | Waterford 8 3 to 9 0 Do. in bond 24 0 to 26 Ditto, old - to - Ditto, boilers. 35 to 36|Limerick. 8 3 to 9 Şour do. 33 0 to 360 White, new 48 to 54 New ditto, -to- Drogheda 8 6 to 9 3 Oatmeal, per 240 lb, Fine ditto 55 to 62 SmallBeans, new 30 to 33||Dublin 8 0 to 8 8 English 28 0 to 31 0 Superfine ditto 65 to 70 Harrow 28 to 30 Scotch 90 to 96 Scotch .. 26 0 to 300 Ditto, old + to -Tick, new 25 to 28 Irish Old . - to
25 0 to 29 0 Foreign, new - to Ditto, old . to – Bonded 4. O to 5 0 Bran, p. 24 lb. 1 o to i i Rye 28 to 32 Foreign .
.to - Barley, per 60 lbs. Fine ditto, to Feed oats. 18 to 20 Eng. 4 6 to 5 0
Butter, Beef, &c. Barley
24 to 26 Fine .. · 20 to 22 Scotch ..4 0 to 4 6 Butter,p.cwt. s. d. s. d. Fine, new .
26 to 27 Poland ditto. 20 to 23 Irish .. . 3 10 to 4 0 Belfast, new 79 0 to 800 Superfine 27 to 28 Fine .
23 to 24 Oats, per 15 lb.
Newry, 78 0 to 79,0 Malt • 42 to 52 Potatoe ditto
24 to 25 Eng. pota, 3 3 to 3 Waterford 72 0 to Fine 56 to 60 Fine
26 to 28|Irish do. . 34, 1 to 3.5 Cork,pic. 2d, 72 0 to 74 0
Scotch do. 3 4 to 3 5 3d dry 68 0 to 0 1
Rye, per qr.30 0 to 32 0f Beef, p. tierce.
Mess 110 0 to 115 0
Fine ..93 to 9 6 Middl. 65 0 to 75 0 3. d.
Middl. 8 6 to 90 Pork, p. brl. Must. Brown, 7 to 12 6 Hempseed . to -Beans, per qr.
Mess 56 0 to 0 -White .-- 5 to 8 0 Linseed, crush. 46 to 52 English .34 0 to 3.0 Middl. . 54 0 to 550 Tares, new, . 56 to 16 0 New, for Seed – to irish.. 34 0 to 36 0 Bacon, p. cwt. Turnips, bsh. 22 to 28 0 Ryegrass, 18 to 26 Rapeseed, p. 1. £30 to 31 Short mids. 30 0 to 32 0 -Red & green - to- 0 Clover,red cwt. 50 to 60 Pease,grey300 to 32 0 Sides 28 0 to
-Yellow, - to-0-White ... 66 to 100-White : 40 0 to 46' of Hams, dry, 50 0 to 55 0 Caraway, cwt. 56 to 65 o Coriander 8 to 14 Flour, English,
Green 30 O to 32 0 Canary, qr. 42 to 16 0 Trefoil ::.. 14 to 30||p.2401b.fine41 O to 13. 0 Lard,rd.p.c.42 0 to 0
Rape Seed, per last, £29 to £31. llIrish · 39 0 to 42° O Tongue,p.fir. 42 0 to 48 O
Malt per b.
Pease & Beans. Ist.......36s. Od. 1st, .....22s. 63. Ist.......20s. 60. 1st.......19s. Od. .33s. Od. 2d, .20s. Od. 2d,
Average of Wheat, £1 : 12 : 4d. 9-12ths. per boll.
Tuesday, September 11.
Os. Od Mutton
Os.' 4d. to Os., 6d. New Potatoes (28 lb.) Os. 10d. to' Os. Od Veal Os. 5d. to Os. 8d. Fresh Butter, per lb. ls. 4d. to
Os. Od Pork
Os. 5d. to Os. 60. Salt ditto, per stone 16s., od. to Os. Od Lamb, per quarter 18. Od. to 28. 6d. Ditto, per lb.
Os. Od Tallow, per stone 78. Od. to 9s. Od. Eggs, per dozen Os. d. to