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Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's Coffee-house-Guernsey or Jersey, 20s. Cork, Dublin, or Belfast, 20s. Hamburgh, 14 gs. Madeira, 14 gs. Jamaica, 50s.
Course of Exchange, April 4.-Amsterdam, 39: 6 B. Hamburgh, 36:2. Paris, 25:40. Madrid, 354 effect. Lisbon, 57. Dublin, 12.
Gold in bars, £3:18: 6 per oz. New doubloons, £3:15: 6. Silver in bars, 5s. Id.
The following is an account of the official value of the Exports from Great Britain in each year from 1792 to 1816, both inclusive,-distinguishing the value of British Produce and Manufactures from that of Foreign and Colonial Merchandize :
1 14 0 to
2 18 0
5 14 0 to
2 6 to
Hyson, fine 0
Wine, Mad. old 90
0 to 120 0
Port, old 120
0 to 125 0
Weekly Price of Stocks from 1st to 31st March 1817.
3 per cent. reduced
3 per cent. consols
4 per cent. consols
5 per cent. Navy Ann.
Imperial 3 per cent. Ann.
ALPHABETICAL LIST of ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between 1st and 31st
March 1817, extracted from the London Gazette.
Atmore, R. Foulsham, Norfolk, grocer
Ardern, R. Stockport, hatter
Bold, J. O. Liverpool, merchant
Birdwood, S. Plymouth, linen-draper
Baber, J. St James's Street, London, dress-maker
Brown, J. Chesterfield, Derbyshire, grocer
Breeze, W. Stafford, potter
Binion, J. Edward Street, London, ironmonger
Beech, J. Stone, Staffordshire, linen-draper
Curtis, E. Chiswick, Middlesex, surgeon
Charlton, J. Forster, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, ship
Dean, P. B. & J. Fairbrother, Tottington, Lanca-
Dunn, L. George Street, Mile-end, rope-maker
Dutton, T. King Street, Cheapside, London, ware-
Davies, J. Popping Court, London, stereotype founder and printer
Drew, R. Bradninch, merchant
Dutton, G. Brown's Buildings, London, cheese-
Dowley, J. Willow Street, Bankside, corn-merchant
Fell, J. Ratcliffe Highway, London, ironmonger
Grosvenor, J. Hart's Hill, Worcestershire, rope-
Grafton, E. Liverpool, glass-dealer
Galey, J. & W. Birmingham, brush manufacturers
Harvey, W. G. Battle, gunpowder-manufacturer
Hilling, J. S. Norwich, jeweller
Kilshaw, E. Lancashire, soap-boiler
Knott, J. Manchester, manufacturer
Lane, R. jun. Norwich, bookseller
Lush, J. Frome, Somerset, clothier
Little, W. Southshields, linen-draper
Lancaster, J. Whitley, Yorkshire, woollen-cloth
Middleton, J. King's Lyn, insurance-broker
Murray, W. Bath, money-scrivener
Morrall, W. Birmingham, factor
Morrice, D. Tenby, rope-manufacturer
Marshall, J. King's Head Court, Newgate Street,
London, wholesale linen-draper
Muir, A. Leeds, linen-draper
Marsh, T. Liverpool, spirit dealer
Niblett, F. Bread Street, Cheapside, money-scri
Noyes, R. Bulford, Wilts, paper-manufacturer
Siordet, J. M. & J. L. Siordet, Austin Friars, Lon-
Summerset, J. Shorsted, Kent, farmer
Thompson, T.E.&T.NetherCompton, flax spinners
Thomas, M., R. Fillis & W. Cock, Plymouth, contractors
Toulman, W. Carmarthen Street, London, moneyscrivener
Taylor, A. North Shields, sail-maker
Thomas, P. Mitre Court, London, merchant
Todd, G. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, spirit-merchant
Willey, W. Leicester, draper
Wroe, J. Tong, York, worsted-manufacturer
ALPHABETICAL LIST of SCOTCH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between 1st and 31st
March 1817, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.
Alexander & Samuel, Leith, merchants
Couper, John, Stenton, tenant, partner of Scott,
Clark, Daniel, Auchaleek, near Campbletown,
Donall, Thomas, Wick, merchant
Fleming, Robert, Peathill, merchant and carrier
Ford, James, Esq. of Finhaven, Montrose, merchant
Mitchell, Alexander, Fiddesbeg of Foveran, Aber-
Michael, William, and Son, Inverary, merchants
Stewart, John, Dalnaspeedle, Perthshire, drover
Watt, James, Aberdeen, flesher
A winter rather mild, though wet, and marked by the long prevalence of strong gales from the west, has been succeeded by an early spring, and of late, by very favourable weather for committing the seeds to the ground. The spring crops will therefore probably occupy the usual space; but there is every reason to suspect that a much less extent of wheat than usual was sown in autumn, and that only upon the driest soils could there be any considerable addition made to it since. The grounds sown with the wheat of last season are in several instances unpromising. Live stock of all kinds have passed the winter well. The weather has been propitious to the early lambs.-The corn markets have fluctuated little for some weeks, excepting in the article of inferior wheat, which at present is hardly saleable: and if the supply of foreign wheat be as liberal as it is expected to be, a large portion of what remains of the last year's crop of British wheat is not likely to be in demand at any price. Perhaps oats are the only species of grain on which some farther advance may be expected, the stock of this grain in the high lands, and that of potatoes, which in many places are used as a substitute, generally, being now nearly consumed. Premiums have been offered by the Highland Society of Scotland, and by the Irish Societies, for encouraging the culture of early potatoes, which it is to be hoped may alleviate the pressure of scarcity and dearth during the summer.-The late markets for horses, cattle, and sheep, indicate an improvement in the demand; sheep, in particular, have advanced considerably in this part of the island.-Upon the whole, the prospects of all those farmers whose chief dependence is not placed upon a wheat crop, which was in by far the greater number of instances ruinously deficient last harvest, both in quantity and quality, may be said to be much better than at the corresponding period last year.
-Foreign ... 25 to 48
16 to 20
s. d. s. d Beans, Irish,
S. 50 to 66
70 to 80
19 6 to 20 0 Rice, p. c. (in b.)40 to 41 .19 0 to 20 0 Flour.
9 0 to 12 0 American p. bar. 75 to 78 19 0 to 20 0 Sour do. 69 to 70
Beans, pigeon. 36 to 45 Quart. loaf, 15d. to 174d Barley, per 60 libs.
Beef. per tierce 60 to 90- per barrel 66 to 70 . 60 to 6 Pork, per barrel 80 to 85 70 to 7 6 Bacon, per cwt.
Malt p. 9 gls. 12 0 to
49 to 59
Irish potato 5 6 to
Scot. potato 5 6 to
6-Short middles 68 to 70 -Long ditto 64 to 66 65 Butter, per cwt. -Belfast 6 2-Colerain 56-Newry 60-Drogheda -Cork, 3d.
5 6 5 6 49
78 to 80
76 to 78
72 to 74
s. Clover, p. bush. Oatmeal, per 240 lb. -White English .56 to 58 - Red Scotch 52 to 56 Flaxseed, per . 50 to 52 hhd. sowing 56 to 60 Rapeseed, p. 1.£40 to £45
120 to 140 110 to 120
Old-Wheat, 72s. to 74s.-Pease, 34s. to 38s.-Beans, 34s. to 38s.
..35s. Od. | 3d,......28s. Od. | 3d, ......31s. Od. | 3d,......31s. Od. Average of Wheat, £1: 19: 11.
Note The boll of wheat, beans, and pease, is about 4 per cent. more than half a quarter, or 4 Winchester bushels; that of barley and oats nearly 6 Winchester bushels.
AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.
By the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels, and of Oatmeal per Boll of 140 lbs Avoirdupois, from the Official Returns received in the Week ending March 29, 1817.
All England and Wales.
Wheat, 104s. 9d.-Rye, 61s. 10d.-Barley, 51s. 8d.-Oats, 32s. 6d.-Beans, 54s. 1d.-Pease, 55s. 2d.
Oatmeal, 40s. 7d.-Beer or Big, Os. Od.
Average Prices of Corn, per quarter, of the Twelve Maritime Districts, for the Week ending March 22.
Wheat, 101s. 10d.-Rye, 65s. 3d.-Barley, 51s. 2.-Oats, 32s. 1d.-Beans, 56s. 6d.-Pease, 55s.
Average of Scotland for the Four Weeks preceding 15th March.
Oatmeal, 52s. 10d.-Beer or Big, 42s. 7d
Extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of the Tay, four miles east from
Fair days 19; rainy days 12. Wind West of meridian, including North, 21; East of meridian, including
Greatest heat, 50th day,
Highest, 10 A.M. 30th.
Highest, 10 P.M. 10th,
Barometer. Highest, 10 A. M. 31st,
Highest, 10 P.M.31st,
Hygrometer. Highest, 10 A.M. 14th,
Fair days 13; rainy days 15. Wind West of meridian, including North, 27; East of meridian, including
Highest, 10 P.M. 1st,
Number of fair days 18; rainy days 15. Wind from Western side of horizon, including the North, 28; from Eastern sied, including the South, 3.
Highest, 10 P.M. 18th,