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mand for Rye is less, but sufficient to keep necessarily have in view the general inteup the prices. Barley is dull. Oats of rest, and carefully dismiss mere local inthe best quality have met a ready sale this terests from their consideration : that week. Old Rape Seed is without demand, there is, therefore, one only object to be atand there is no new yet at market.-Tea. tained, which is the adoption of general The state of the market is favourable. The measures for the purpose of relieving the 100 quarter chests Imperial, 200 sixteenth commerce and manufactures of the South of chests of young Hyson, and 54 quarter Germany from the fetters and restrictions chests of Pekoe, lately brought from under which they have so long languished. Nantes, as well as 64 quarter chests, and The Commissioners also direct their at18 j chests of Hyson and young Hyson tention to the finding of the means best from Rio Janeiro are already sold. - Sugar. calculated to make good the financial losses Hamburgh refined have had a pretty brisk which the German Governments must nedemand; the inferior sorts, however, low as cessarily experience by introducing freedom the prices already were, sold at a further of commerce in the interior of the Confereduction. It is only of some sorts that we deration. Lastly, they have under consican state the prices accurately, viz. strong deration a common system of import and middle lumps 9; fine and fine middling export duties, on goods passing to and from white Havannah 12d. to 12 d. ordinary states, not members of this commercial con. brown ditto 64d. brown and yellow mixed federation. Hitherto no difference has been 64d. middling and fine 7£d. to 7d. The observed in the opinions of the several pleprices of other descriptions are the more to nipotentiaries. There is likewise at Darmbe considered as nominal, because the hold stadt a delegate from the Society for the ers in general, ask in proportion much Encouragement of Trade. It is Mr. Mülhigher prices for them.
ler, a merchant of Ilmenstadt; but he has Saxony, Aug. 6.-While the inhabi no official character. tants of Norway are afflicted with a severe Stockholm, Aug. 7.- His Majesty has drought which threatens to destroy all decreed that the united Swedish and Norhopes of harvest, we in Saxony are com- wegian flag, being known and recognised plaining of the continued wet rainy wea- by all sea-faring nations, shall alone be ther, which hiņders the corn already cut used by Swedish and Norwegian merchant from drying, so that the grain in some men navigating beyond Cape Finisterre as instances already begins to grow. Similar well in the Meditterranean, as in the West complaints of wet weather are made in other and South Atlantic, and Indian Ocean, parts of Germany, and further northward The captains of Swedish ships of war will up to St. Petersburg.. The eight Powers, be ordered to afford no protection to, but through whose dominions the river Elbe to detain Swedish and Norwegian vessels flows, have, after four years' negociations, found navigating under any other flag in concluded a treaty for the free navigation these several seas, after the 1st of July, of that river. We shall give the particu- 1822, and the Swedish consuls in the sealars when officially published.
ports of the Mediteranean, and other seas Rastadt, Aug. 5.-We have detailed in- above specified, are not to afford any proformation on which we can rely, and by tection or assistance whatever to such merwhich we learn that the plenipotentiaries chantmen as use any other flag after the of the South German States, from the com above-mentioned time. Swedish and Normercial Congress at Darmstadt, have wegian vessels navigating the seas nearer agreed on several important points. It has home, may use the flags of their respective been adopted as a principle that they must nations.
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BANKRUPTS IN ENGLAND.
T distinguishes London Commissions, C those of the country.
[Sweet, 6, Basinghall-street. T.
Lee, J. Noble-street, jeweller. (Tucker, Bartturer. (Heslop, Manchester. C. Cox, T. Crediton, Devon, innkeeper. [Andros,
lett's-buildings, Holborn. T. 58, Chancery-laue. C.
Sandbach, J. Bird's-buildings, Islington, slater. Drake, J. Lewisham, master-mariner. [Simp. Smith, H. W. Bird's-buildings, Islington, tea
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dealer. [Badde!ey, Lemon-street, Goodman's
Great Tower-street. T.
Wells, D. Vincent-square, Westminster, merchant.
[Nowles, New-inu. c. Lawrence, J. Pimlico, wine-merchant. (Brown, 108, Crauford-street, Portman-square. T.
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draper. (Stocker, 2, New Boswell-court, Lin.
coln's-ion. C. wine-merchant. (Shiers, Mitre.chambers, 157, Bullman, I. and T. Bullman, Milnthorp, WestFenchurch-street. T.
moreland, mercers. [Beverley, Garden-court, July 24. Huybens, C. W. Castle-street, Leicester Temple. c.
square, picture-dealer. [Clarke, Bishopsgate. Clarke, H. Buckden, Huntingdon, grocer. (Egan, church-yard. T.
25, Essex-street, Strand. c. Jaggar, J. East Stonehouse, Devon,
stone-mason. Hearue, J. Chalford, Gloucester, linen-draper. (Wright, 10, King's Bench-walk, Temple. c. [Hurd, Temple. C. Kirk, W. Sutton, York, jobber, [Wilson, Gre Hart, J. Edwardstone, Suffolk, maltster. [Hayville-street, Hatton-garden. C.
ward. 3, Essex-court, Temple. C. Lesingham, T. St. Swithin, Worcester, hosier. Nutman, J. West Drayton, vintner. (Kearsey, [Platt, New Boswell-court. C.
116, Bishopsgate-within. T. Monk, A, F. Tollesbury, Essex, dealer in cattle. Smith, J. Earl's-court, Bedwardine, Worcester, (Lawrence, Maldon. C.
dealer in hops. (Williams, Lincoln's.ian. C. Roberts, J. Kingston-upon-Hull, black beer-brew. Scarrow, T. jun, and J. Scarrow, Carlisle, Cumer. (Shaw, Ely-place, Holborn. 0.
berland, wine-merchants. [Cleonell, Staple'sSmith, H. Blackburn, Lancaster, cotton-manu
ion. C. facturer. (Wiglesworth, Gray's-ion. C.
Webster, J. Derby, tailor. [King, 6, Gray's-innSnowdon, J. B. Lyon, Norfólk, liven-draper. Williams, R. Llangefni, Anglesea, draper. [Ad
[Makinson, Temple. c. Stapiforth, W. Little East-cheap, wine-merchant. lington, Bedford-row.' c.
(Wadeson, Austin Friars. T. Treadway, T. Sloane-square, Chelsea, chinaman.
August 4. Garton, S. Wood-street, Cheapside, silk[Atkinson, 56, Chancery-lave. T.
manufacturer. (Fisher, Furnival's-ion. T.
Stabb, T. and J. Prestou, Torquay, Devon, and J.S. July 28. Adock, D. Melton Mowbray, Leicester, Prowse, Botolph-lane, merchants.
[Wainedruggist. (Alexander, 10, New-inn. c.
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berdasher. (Fisher, Furnival's-inn, Holborn. T. Bench-walk, Temple. C.
ham, dealer. [Blakiston, Symond's-inn, ChanDanby, M. Ísland-row, commercial-road, master cery-lane, c. mariner. (Powball, 36, Old Jewry. T.
Keech, W. Axminster, Devon, grocer. (AlexGratrix, $. W. Gratrix, and J. Gratrix, Manches ander, New-inn. c.
ter, calico-printers. (Milne, Temple. C. Popay, G. S. South-town, Suffolk, brick-maker. Haggart, J. Limebouse-hole, Poplar, victualler. (Francis, 1, New Boswell.court. c.
(Duncan, 8, Holborn-court, Gray-inn. T. Redward, C. B. Portsea, Hants, scriveper. (Wil. Hoile, 1. Beech-street, button-seller. [Platt, Green liams, Baptist Head-chambers, Chancery-lane. Lettuce-lane, Cannon-street. T.
T. Horton, W. Yardley, Worcester, timber-merchant, Room, J. sen. Bristol, merchant. [Vizard, 50, (Meyrick, Red Lion-square. "C.
Aug. 11. Baggeley, R. and T. Taylor, Lane Delph, Flindt, G. London-wall, merchant. (Kaye, New
Stoke-upon-Trent, Stafford, china-manufactur Bank-buildings. T.
ers. [Tooke, Holborn-court, Gray's-inn, C. Hodson, F.M. Manchester, dry-salter. [Pownall, Boyd, A White Horse-street, Commercial-road, 36, Old Jewry. T.
master-mariner. (Lewis, Crutched-friars. T. Langstaff, w, Liverpool, merchant. [Blackstock, Clay, T. Worksop, Nottingham, grocer. [Han Temple. c. nam, Retford, Nottinghamshire.C.
Meredith, J. Manchester, paper-dealer. [Clare, Conner, C. F. High-street, Peckham, Surrey, soap Frederick's-place, Old Jewry: C. maker. (Hunter, 1, Great James-street, Bed Porthouse, T. Wigton, Cumberland, dyer. (Swain, ford-row. T.
Frederick's-place, Old Jewry. T. Couchman, S. Canterbury, grocer, [Pownall, Old West, J. R. Louth, Lincoln, coach-maker. [EdJewry. T.
monds, 8, Symond's-inn, Chancery-lane. c. Cracklen, J. Jun. Enfield-wash, farmer. (James, Bucklersbury. T.
Aug. 21. Badcock, J. Uptonpyne, Devon, miller.
(Brutton, 55, Old Broad-street.c. Goadby, T. Warwick, plumber. [Bourdillon, Heslington, J. jan. York, grocer. (Dickinson, Bread-street, Cheapside. C.
1, Freeman's-court, Cornhill, C. Lynch, J. Liverpool, merchant. [Battye, Chan
Holding, W. Devonshire-street, Queen-square, cery.lane. C. Pickles, J. Keighley, York, corn-dealer.. [Con. Peters, E. Redcliffe hill, Bristol, grocer. [Evans,
wine-merchant. (Williams, Gray's-ion-place. T. stable, Symond's-inn, Chancery-lane. C. Roberts, M. Manchester, grocer. (Norris, John.
Hatton-garden., c. street, Bedford-row. c.
Kaiman, H. Deptford, Kent, victualler. (Houns. Schmaeck, A. Bury-court, St. Mary Axe, mercbant.
field, 7, Throgmorton-street. T [Thomas, Fen-coort, Fenchurch-street. T. Stanton, J. Worcester, coal-merchant. (Burt, SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. 14, St. Bennet's-place, Grace-church-street. T.
Gazette-July 21 to Aug. 21. Aug. 14. Barthrop, W. sen. Lincoln, woolstapler. (Mayhew, Chancery-lane. c.
Archer, J. merchant, Edinburgh. Davies, w. Runcorn, Chester, flour-dealer. (Ches
Ferguson, R. mercbant, Danvegan. ter, Staple-inn. c.
Adam, W. and J. Adam, bleachers, Bellfield. English, F. Birmingham, draper. [Baxter, Gray's- Ross, H. merchant,
Glasgow. inn-place, c.
Chirrey, J. and A. Maon, merchant-tailors, GlasNoble, J. Salford, common-brewer. (Adlington,
Scott, R. shoemaker, Glasgow.
Hooper's-sq. Leman-street, Goodman's-fields. T. Robertson, J. merchant, flasgow.
Blackley, T. and A. Blackley, fleshers, Edinburgh. banker. (Mounsey, Staple-iun. C.
Dow, W. and W. Fenwick, merchants, Perth. Wildash, T. R. Aylesford, Kent, farmer. (Lowe,
Lawrie, A. and Co. hat-manufacturers, Portobello. Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane, c.
Smellie, R. spirit-dealer, Calton, Glasgow. Wilks, T. Liverpool, bell hanger. [Ravenhill, Railton, A. commercial-agent, Edinburgh. 29, Princes-street, Bank. C.
Sprunt, J. merchant, Perth.
Bowie, H. and Sons, manufacturers, Paisley. Aug. 18. Burnett, Long-lane, Bermondsey, Sur Thomson, A. ship-owner, West Wemyss. rey, wholesale oilman. [Thompson, George Easton, T. baker, Edinburgh. street, Minories. T.
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