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12.800

1813 18.

120.:).-Statement of Importation of the Chief Commercial Productions of the East Indies for the Years 1813 and 1814.

Bags of Bags of Chests, !90 lbs. ea., Bags, 317 lbs. ca., Pieces of Bengal, Coast, and
COFFEE. SUGAR. of INDIGO. of PEPPER. Surat PIECE GOODS. TEAS. NANKEERS. SILK. SPICES.
52.815
13,153
9,345

1,584,86

Owing to the Privato Trade and Privilege Goods by 19 Ships from China, in 1814, 99.575 26.350 23.917

43,080

1,341,317 not having been published by the East India Company, as is usual, no satisfactory
Birouot can be given of the total importation of Teas and Nankeens: but in respect to the former article, see general observations on the same in the preceding page; and for more particu.
lors respecting Nankcens, see result of sale of about 300,000 Pieces on the 13th inss. As fier Statement, No. 10.
No. 4. --Statement of Importation of the Chief Articles of Russian Produce, including Tallow from South America, for the Years

1813 and 1814.
FLAX.

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No. 5.--Statement of the Monthly Consumption of Tobacco, shewing the Proportions for Exportation and Home Trade for the Years 1813 and 1814, and the Balance of Stock at the Close of each Year.

Balance of Slock,

1813 1814.
Jan.
Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Totals
Hhds. of Virginia

5,320

695 Tor home trade, Hhds. 410 391 338 619

402 316 337 385 528 1813.

454 566 400 5,234 Hhds. of Maryland

1,740

2,095 For exportation, 160 199 09+ 722 789 457 145 414 021 157 56 771

Bales & Cazes of Varinas

3,308

118 For home trade, 305 395 370 327 163

349 450 313

165

580 621 4,339
1814.

4,418
Bales of Porto Rico.

1,074
36 1,238

1,158
556 1,183
479 218 113
110 148 158 92 5,519

Rolls, Serons, and Bales

ales} 1,612 2,600

of all other kinds
No. 6i.-Statement of the Total Importation of Cotton Uwool into Great Britain for the Year Total Importation of Cotton balool

1814, specifying the proportion at the respective Ports of Entry, with the Bulunce of Stock on into the Port of Liverpool in the
the 31st of December 1813 and 1814, by which the Consumption of 1814 is deduced both in Years
Number of Packages and in lbs. weight.

1805, 177.508 Bags, 59,682,406 lbs.
Stock Imported Stock

6, 173,074

58,176,283 , Jan. 1, 1814. in 1814. Jan. I, 1815.

7, 196,467 74,925,306 LONDON Bags, 78,530 77,366 49,400

8, 66,015 43,605,982 , LIVERPOOL 43,000 182,626 25,000 Total Supply of 1814 in lbs. weight

96,143,350

9, 207,983 92,812,282 GLASGOW

19,955 6,209 From which deduct Balance of Stock,

10, 320,59+ 136,488,035, All other Ports

689 1,271 95,699 Bags, 210 lbs. ea. 20,080,620

11, 174,132 91,576,535 In the hands of Consumers

35,000 15,000 Exports fion London, as per 58, No.1 5,023,400

12, 171,551

60.693,000 »
Total Balance of Stock of 1813

•170,17%
Do. from Liverpool
285,600

13, 141,188 »

50,966,000 , 95,622 Do. from Glasgow 430,710 25,820,330

14, 189,626

60,580,000 ,
Total Supyly of 1814

457,833
Deduct Balance of Stock of 1814

95,609 Leaves for the Consumption of Great Britain, lbs. 70,323,020 Total

1,870,636

729.505,829 ,

20,398

Commercial Report

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No. 7.-Recapitulation of Purt of Nos. 2 and 3 reduced into Specific Quantity, shewing the Proportion of the respective Articles consumed

for Home Trade and Exportation, and the Balance of Stock on the 31st of December 1813 and 1814. 01. Balance of Stock, $2. Imported $3. Making the total Consumption of 1814.

$6. Balance of Stock, Dec.si, 1813.

in 1814

Supply of 1814 $ 4. For Erportation. 65. Home Trade. Dec. 31, 1814.
COFFEE
Cwt. 690,635

727 856
1,399,491

862,823

56,088

480,585 Cwt. SUGAR

768.950 2,36,488 3,015,832

731.998
1,774,840
595,600

Or No. of Packages, as
RUM

Gals.
2,833,000
4,751,348
7,601,318

2.355,859 2,590,289 2,658,200 Galls.

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per $13, of No 2. PIMENTO Lbs. 1,154,530

699,354 2,153,914 1,321,848

170,120

661,944 Lbs. PEPPER

6,340,000 13,701,300 20,044,360

10,993,256

879,104 8,949,000

Or about 26,000 Bags, 317 lbs. ea. INDIGO

6,915,900

3,442,926

7,440,000

26,000 Chests, 290 lbs. ea. E. I. GOODS Pieces 1,996,924

1,351,317 2,577,241 1,378,241

1,200,000 Pieces.

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No. S.-Recapitulation of the two first Arni

cles of $ 11, No. 2; shewing the Pro-
portion produced in the different Colo-
nies.

No.9.-tatiment shewing the total Importation and Consumption of Sugar in Great

Britain and Ireland in the Year 1814; and specifying the Proportion Imported at
the respective Ports of Entry.

Imported

1815.)

Balance of Stock,

Dec. 31, 1814.
40,392
17.300
18,1%+

in 1814.
211,829
01,650
4),897
36.1900
10,000

Bainnce of Stock,

Dec. 31, 1813.
LONDON

Casks and Boxes 63.351
LIVERPOOL

12,500
GLASGOW

11,077 BRISTOL

6,500
All other Ports

Casks none
In the Hands of Trade

60.000
Refined Rewarehoused for Ex.

17,500
Total Balance of Stock, Dec. 31, 1813

JAMAICA
Other BRITISH Islands
FRENCH
DUTCH
DANISH
St. DOM., HAV., & BRAZ.
EAST INDIES

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SUGARS COFFEE.
Cwt. 991,794 101,301

850,637 38,521)
233,783 33,950
9:2031 54,000)
83.0110 51,880
80,700
40,000 98,759

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132,016 Balance of Stock, 31 Dec. 1814.
90,000 Estimate of total exported, 1014.

Total Supply of 1814
Deduct Balance of Stock and Exports

Totals, as per $ 9, of No. 7

9.313,138

747,856

202,010 Total to deduct froin total supply

Leaves for total Consumption of Great Britain and Ireland 313,883

Commercial Report.

No. 10.--East India Serchandize sold and declared for Sale, January, 1815.
Jan. G. 6,066 Bags Bourbon Coffee, 80s. ed. to 100s.; partial damaged, 908, clown to 80s. per cwt.
5,496
Java
95v. to 100s. ;

81s.
11. Sundry Parcels of China Silk and other Piece Goods.
13. 781,300 Nankeens:--viz. 140,200 Company's 7 yards Yellow, 7s.7d. to 8s. 6d. ; 99,500 5 yards do.. 55. 11. to 56. 11d.; and 7,400 7 yards White, 75.7d. to 7s. Od.

17,3091 Private Trade 7 yards Yellow, 75 5d. to Os. 3d.; 396,91 4 yard do., 4; 71. to 5s. 1d.; and 30,919 7 yards White, 7s. ki. to 78. 3d.
10. 513 Bags of Pepper, 111 to 12:09 Cheats of Cassia; 36. to 317. per cwt.; ordinary, 27 down in 1; various Gums, Drugs, &c. &c.
20. 2,237 Bags of Sugar; White, 35«. 6 to 876.; Yellow, 745.6cl. to 70s.; Brown, 713. nl. 0,127 Bags of Bourbon, Cheribon, and Java Cosec, 87s. to 91s. for good; middling and
partial damaged, downwards to 75%. 130 Parkiiges of Cloves, 3s. 5d to 35.94. 230 [ons of Salt Petre.

Prompt.
Feb. 3. About 100 Dates of Surat, and 3,000 Bales of Bengal Cotton Wool

May 3.
10 300 Bags of Coffee

1,797 Packages of Carnphire; 31 Do, of Candeinoins; 150 Chests of Laclake; sundry Gams, &c. &c.
March 7

7.10),000 Tea.
15. 910,187 Pieces of Bengal Goods:- viz. 13,80)Muslins; 63.579 Baltaes; 20,047 Callicocs ; 8 860 Emmerties; 19.976 Gurrahs; 5,353 Iluminums : 4.097 Ma-
moodies ; , 3495 Sannaes; and 2,500 sundry other white; 15,976 Bandaunae; 3,235 Blue Emmerties; 33,308 Soot Romals; aurt 3.1,000 shadry.

July 14 and 21.
21. 514,300 Pieces or' Coast and Surat Goods :-viz. 51.296 Long Cloths; 119,585 Salleinpores; 25,5+7 Nicannees; 15,100 Romais, 10,402 Guinca Stuffs ;

17,190 Blue Bejutip vuls, +911 Reddo, ; 18,293 Blue Byzampauts; 13, 139 Blue Chelloes
29. 8,191 Bugs of Black, and 200 Bags of White (Co:npany's) Pepper; about 350) Bags of White, and 10,0.10 Bags of Privilege Black Pepper

98. 170,000 lbs. of Cloves; 50,000 lbs. of Mace; 130.000 lbs. of Cinnamnou; 100,000 lbs. of Nutmegs; 181 Bottles of Oils; &e. April 1. 10,033 Chests of Ludig.

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Table containing the Prices of Bullion and Courses of Erchange, from the 27th of Dec. 1814, to Jan. 24, 1815, shewing the Intrin-
sic Value of Bullion in Great Britain, and the Intrinsic Purs of Exchange, according to the Mint Regulations for the Value of
Gold and Silver at the respective Places ; shewing also the es tieme High Price of Bullion, and extreme Courses of Exchunge,
occusioned by the extended Commercial Proscription that prevailed throughout Europe in the Yeurs 1811, 1812, and 1813.

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All Exchcquer Bills dated prior to January, 1914, have uren advertistil to be paid off, and the interest thereon has ceased.
N. B. The above Talle contains the highest und lowest prices, taken from the Course of the Exchange, &c. originally published by John Castaign, in the year 1712, and now
published, every Tuesday and Friday, under the authority of the Coin millee of the Sinck bachange, ly

J.LJES IIETENHALL, Stock-Broker, No.7, Capel court, Bartholomew-lane, Lordon,

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