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vnuti memutuned Articles of Merchandize in London, March, 1815.

Price for Home Board a British

Consumption, Ship for Era
Duty paid.

portation.
SUGAR.
Double refinert loaves

167 a 175 125 a 135 llambro and Turkey do.

Muscovado sugars pay a duty of 140 a 152 110 a 122 Single and powder loaves 30s. per cwt. and clayed 35s. per 132 a 143

102 a 113 Good and fine lumps cwt. for refining or home con. 126 a 136

98 a 106 Brown and middling do. sumption; and for exportation 121 a 133

90 a 103 Crushed lumps . | the refined receive a bounty, and

90 a 92
Brown Candy
the raw and clayed a drawback

16
Molasses
nearly equal to the duty paid for

36
Moscovadocs Fine Jamaica
home consumption; but being] 98 a 102

74 a 82 Good do, of other islands regulated by the average price go a 98

65 a 77 Brown and middling of four months, readers il sub 89 a 88

60 a 68 Fine clayed jcct to variation.

120 a 138

100 a 104 East India-White and fine

go a 100 60 a 68 Drown and yellow

75 a 80

50) Havannah-Fine white These are only imported for re.

en a 88 Brown and yellow exportation, for which they are

58 a 68 Brazil - White and fine not subject to any duties. Being

78 a 84 Brown and yellow the growth of foreign plantations,

60 a 70 COFFEE.

they are subject to such heavy St. Domingo, middling and fine duties as are equal to a prolibi

78 Do. ordinary and good tion for home consumption.

70 a 79 Porto Rico, Havannah, and Brazil

70 a 74 Cheribou, Jara, and Bourbon Nocha.

1028. 8d. per cwt.

83 a 88

120 a 140 Demerara, Dominica, &c. fine

70s. 4d.

104 a 110 Do. ordinary, middling, and good

78 a 102 Jamaica, fine

98 a 106 Do. ordinary, middling, and good

68 a 90 RUM. Jamaica

11s. 7d. per gall.

4s 2d a 6s 6d Other Islands

3 a 39 PIMENTO

12 a 13 PEPPER. Company's black Privilege and light do,

1s. 107d.

104

10 TOBACCO. Fine Virginia

10 Do. Maryland

3s. 3d.

7

10 Ordinary qualities

8 WINE. Port

621. 10s.
per pipe of 138 gall.

381 a

482 Sherry 581. Os.

156

35 a 65 Madeira 511. Os.

110

30 a 75 Lisbon 621. 10s.

138

53 Spanish red 531. Os.

126

10 a Claret

301. 10s.
per bhd. of 60

5L 10s a Gos RICE. Carolina

30 a 35 East India

16 25 COTTON WOOL. Pernambucco Maranham and Bahia :?

2s ed a 2s 3d 16. ud. per 100 lbs.

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DUBLIN,
LISBON, d.
Cadiz, dos
Naples,
VENICE,
Genoa,
LEGHORN,
ROTTERDAM

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AMSTERD
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PARIS, at
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can certainly take upon me say that" course of proceeding, but what is more, the Athenian effects were thus far without the person then acting as lucum

neglected," insomuch as the cases or tenens in that capacity, Mr. I.C.(during chests containing them were suffered to a temporary absence of the principal, ble for the space of several weeks with- Mr. B. P.) being consulted or formally New MUNTHLY MAG.-No. 16.

Vol. III.

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Table containing the Prices of Bullion and Courses of Exchange, from February 27, to March 23, 1815, shewing the Intrin

sic Value of Bullion in Great Britain, and the Intrinsic Pars of Erchange, according to the Mint Regulations for the Value of
Gold and Silver at the respective Places ; shewing also the extreme High Price of Bullion, anıt ertreme Courses of Erchunge,
occasioned by the extended Commercial Proscription that prevailed throughout Europe in the Yeurs 1811, 1812, and 1813.

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Prices of Bullion and Courses of Exchange.

35
35

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845
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17 15
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32
29 8
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HAMLURG bills at sight or on demand, per Pound Sterl.
Do, at two and a half or three months date, do.
Paris, at sight or on demand,

do.
Do, at two to three months date

do. AMSTERDAM, at sight or on demand, do. Do. at two to three month date

do. ROTTERDAM,

do.
Legiorn, Pence Sterling per Pezza, or Current Dollar
GENOA,
do.
do.

do.
VENICE, Livre per Pound Sterling *
NAPLES, Pence Sterling per Ducat
Cadiz, do. per Piastre or Current Dollar
LISBON, do. per Milrea
DUBLIN, per cent, discount
CORK,

34 3 3
34 9 0
25 21
25

45
37 50
37 100
11 4 5
49 1
45 59
46 28
42 57
37 3
67 4

9

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38 1
38 6
11 8 5
46 67
46
47 5
43 5
39 22
69 4

31 631 1631

10:31 1131 11 31 1/31 1130 21 1032 2,32 232 JB2

3.32 3132

330

9130 21 80!22 0122 22 10 22 10122 1022 1020

3019 22 022 20122 2022 3022 3022 3022 3020

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1034
2 34 2 3 4

230 6130
34 034

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6 34 634 631

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DAILY PRICES OF STOCKS. FROM FEBRUARY 24, 1815, TO MARCH 25, 1815, BOTH INCLUSIVE. Days.

Bank 3 per Ct 3 perCt.4 per Ct. 5 per Cent 5 per Ct Long Irish 3 per Ct Imp. Omnium. India So. Sea O.S. S.New S.15 per Ct, i per Dy Consol St. Lo 1815. Stock. Redu, Consols Consols. Navy. 1797. Anns. 5 per Ct Imp. Anns.

Stock. Stock. Anns. Sea An. Ind. Bon. Ex. Bills. for Ac. Ticke Feb. 2+ Holiday. 645

193 16,17 234 dis. 192 701

88 78 pr. 38 pr.Isdis 64 $ 27 258 257 643 64 64813

16+
62% 316 934 dis. 19:25

7 pr., 2 pr.i dis. 64
28
643 64

493
16.
disa

6 pr.2 pr.i dis. 64 64 Mar. 1 257 256 634 63 81 80

16ik
62) 311
4 4 dis. 1911901

7 5 pr. 2 pr.3 dis.64 34
2 257 25664 3 63
811 80593

16.
62
3 44 dis.

632

4 pr.1 pr.3 dis. 643 33
3 257 2558 64 33 03 814

16
933 02
3. I dis.

63

17 6 pr.4 pir2 dis. 64 4

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dis.

6 pr. 5 2 pr. 64 64
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pr. 5 2 pr.64 dis,

6 5 pr. 4

1 pr. 64 6+ dis.

6 5 pr. 4

1 pr. 64 64
9

dis.

636 4 pr.2 pr.1 dis.043 31 10

dis.

4 pr.2 pr.2 dis. 64 21 11

54 dis.

5 pr. 3 pr.2 dis. 63! 2 13

*164
614

pr. s pr.3 dis.163
14
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92 92

613 4pr.) dis, par 5 dis. 623 14
15
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par i dis. 2 5 dis. 02 62
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91 90

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60$ par 1

pr. 1

4 dis. 61 60! 17 *6045960458 90 85

s 10dis.
65

par 1 pr. 1 4 dis. 604,58
13
*62 1462 595
915 891 *15

81 jodis.

par i dis. I 4 dis. 621 505 20 *613 6161 001 91 00

78 dis.

603
1 pr.i dis. 2

6 dis. 614004
21
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dis.

1 2 dis.'

6 dis.60
22
60 60 59

583
3 dis.

2 dis.'3

7 dis. 60,59
23
# 593 *774

151
31 10% odis

585 par 2 dis. 1
2 + Holiday.
25
-151* 58 89%

104 dis.
* 3 per Cent. Reduced, 4 per Cent Consols, and Long Annuities, as above, with the dividend for the opening.
All Exchequer Bills dated prior to the month of March, 1814, have been advertised to be paid off

, and the interest thereon has ceased. N. B. The above Table contains i he highest and lowest prices, taken from the Course of the Exchange, &c. originally published by John Castaign, in the year 1712, and published, every Tuesday and Friday, under the authority of the Committee of the Stock Exchange, by

JAMES WETENHALL, Stock-Broker, No. 7, Capel court, Bartholomew-lane, London,

On application to whom, the original documents for nuar a century past may be read.

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54 dis. 69 dis.

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METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER.

From February 23, to March 25, 1815.
Kept by C. BLUNT, Philosophical Instrument-maker, 38, Tavistock-st. Covent Garden.

Barometrical Pressure. Teinperature Moon. Day. Wind. Max. Min. Mean. Max Min. Mean.

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30:43 3033 300395 50 28 NW

30'3930'28 3031 46 Mar. 1 SW 30:19 30.11 130145 54 2 SW

30:18 30'18 3018 50
3 S W 30:16 30:12 30-14 50
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30.18 30.13 30:16 7 55 21 SW

2999 2975 29'80; 51 8 W 29:46 29'37 29397 50 9 W 29'37 2930 29325 48 10 NW

29:56 29'42 29'477 49 I NW

29:56 29 41 29'49 48 12 NW

28.95 28'95 28'95 49 13 NW

2919 28*92 29'035 50 14 NW

29'85 29'59 296682 50 15 W 29.93'29'83 290892 55 16 SW

20085 | 29.68 29*773 61 171 NW

29.97 29.91 294937 18 NW

30'03 | 30 30.012 55 19 NW

30 130

56
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22 W 29:

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W 29.20 29:30 29'30 57 25 W 29:41 29-32 2937 57

43 40 41 38 34 32 33 37

46
43
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Fair
Fair
Fair
Fair
Fair
Rain
Fair
Fair
Cloudy
Fair
Cloudy
Stormy. Wind & Rain
Rain
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Fair
Fair
Fair. Wind, hail,&
thunder, at 5 P.M.
Rain
Rain
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Rain
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Cloudy
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Stormy, Wind
Wind & Rain
Wind & Rain
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Mean barometrical pressure 29*7867 Mean temperature

46:515 Maximum, 30.43 wind at N.W. Maximum, 61

wind at S.W. Minimum, 28.02 wind at N.W. Minimum, 30

wind at N.W. SCALE EXHIBITING THE PREVAILING WINDS DURING THE MONTH. N NE E SE

S SW W NW

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NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.

No. 16.)

MAY 1, 1815.

(VOL. III.

MONTHLY MAGAZINES have opened a way for every kind of inquiry and information. The in. telligence and discussion contained in them are very extensive and various; and they have been the means of diffusing a general habit of reading through the nation, which in a certain deyice hath enlarged the public understanding. HERE, too, are preserved a multitude of useful hints, observations, and facts, which other wise might have never appeared... Dr. Kippis.

Every Art is improved by the emulation of Competitors.--Dr. Johnson.

ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.

MR. EDITOR,

out any mcasures being taken to have AS a reader of your magazine, (the then opened, and the contents exposed conduct and principles of which reflect to the air; and as it was well known much credit on its literary manager,) I that they had been drenched in the sea, have of course observed all that has (Propontis,) and contained drawings hitherto appeared on the subject of the and MSS. of great value, I leave it to Tweddell MSS.; and I may say, indeed,' any impartial and sensible person to that I have read the observations of your decide whether this was not neglect," different correspondents with all the in- or rather, whether it was not a gross terest which such an extraordinary ques- and scandalous omission. And in regard tion as the y involve is calculated to in- to “misappropriation," thus much at spire. I certainly am not without the least is certain, that the packages were means of stating some pertinent facts not suffered to be delivered, in the first illustrative of that discussion, and at instance, to Mr. J. S. S. to whom they some future time I may possibly, with were regularly consigned; nor have they your leave, give expression in some de- to this day been “ appropriated” to the gree to what has come within my own use and behoof of the only persons who knowledge : at present I have no farther have the right to possess them—the fa, object than to address a few remarks to mily or nearest representatives of the dea gentleman who styles himself Vinder, ceased. There is, therefore, a two-fold (in your number for February, p. 24,) and “misappropriation" in the case. whose apparent ingenuousness, and want Equally true I can assert it to be, that of more complete intelligence, have some of Mr. T.'s drawings were in tempted me to make an endeavour to en- English bands, perhaps at Leghorn," lighten his mind on certain points on but assuredly at Naples; and that copies which he seems evidently uninformed. of them were taken at that place, and

“ Were it possible," he remarks," for are now in this country. I have seen a moment to suppose that Mr. T.'s effects those copies myself! were treated in the manner there insi Concerning that, in the next place, nuated--that some of his drawings were which Vindex thinks “is least of all to in the hands of Englishmen at Leghorn- be imagined,” I mean the “irregular" that copies of them were taken and are removal of the property from the L. C.'s now in this country—or, what is least of chancery, I must request him for the all to be imagined, that the property was present to give me credit for the veracity irregularly taken out of the Levant Čom- of a gentleman in affirming, as I do in pany's chancery ... no terms of confident terms, that the effects of Mr. reprobation could be too severe," &c. J. T. (such of them I mean more espe

To touch briefly on each of the above cially as came from Athens) were in the points. As to the manner in which Mr.

irregular" manner withdrawn T.'s effects were treated, or, as your from the public chancery, or registercorrespondent is pleased elsewhere to office, of the L. C. by the A*********, express it, as to "the charge of neglect or not only without a written voucher by misappropriation,” though I am not the the Chancellor, which is the only cor. person to prefer that charge formally, rect, regular, (and if I mistake not) legal I can certainly take upon me to say that course of proceeding, but what is more, the Athenian effects were thus far without the person then acting as lucum" neglected," insomuch as the cases or tenens in that capacity, Mr. I.C. (during chests containing them were suffered to a temporary absence of the principal, lie for the space of several weeks with- Mr. B. P.) being consulted or formally New MUNTHLY MAG,No. 16.

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