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Average prices of raw sugar by Ga- month there was a considerable improvezette : July 28........32s. 24d. ment in the demand, which, however, did Aug. 4........32. 940.

not continue. Brandy and Geneva are dull 11........32s. 9d.

of sale, and the prices nearly nominal. 18 ........32s. 104d.

Oils. The accounts of the Davis Straits Coffee.-We regret to say that the coffee- and Greenland fisheries, as far as they go, market has been very heavy for this month are considered to be very favourable; and past, and a considerable reduction has they have naturally thrown a damp on the taken place. This morning the market market

. There are sellers of Greenland was exceedingly heavy previous to the pub- oil to arrive, at 23. ; and some buyers of lic sales, and a great decline was antici- small parcels at 221. The trade have not pated ; and, in fact, the prices have expe- yet purchased, and at present decline doing rienced a decided reduction. Jamaica coffee so. Rape oil has advanced considerably, is 38. a 4s. lower than the previous market brown 401. The last sales of old Greenprices; good ordinary, which last week re- land whalebone were at 781. It is now, alised 1058. and 1068. sold in considerable we understand, offered at a much lower parcels at 100s. 6d. 1028. and 102s. 6d.; fine price. ordinary 106s. 6d. and 1078. which last week Baltic Produce.-The reports of war sold 1095. a 110s. 6d. Foreign coffee may between Russia and Turkey had some inalso be stated 18. a 28. lower :-179 bags fluence at the end of July, on the price of good ordinary Havannah, small bean, sell. hemp and tallow. The holders of hemp ing at 1085. 6d., 1098., and 109s. 6d.; 160 demanded an advance of 1l. per ton; and bags middling Porto Rico, 115s. 6d. a extensive contracts were reported at this 1178.; the St. Domingo was withdrawn improvement. The warlike reports having 'without being put up to sale. The Berbice continued to subside, the prices have recoffee being scarce, supported fully the ceded in consequence. In the course of previous prices, middling selling 1288. 6d., last week, the demand for tallow being 1298., and 129s. 6d. The quantity of cof- very languid, the holders were desirous to fee brought forward to-day was 732 bags effect sales at lower rates, by which buyers and 116 casks; and, as the sales afford a were attracted, and several purchases are criterion of the market, Jamaica descrip- reported at 44s. Hemp was in more retions may be stated at the reduction of 38. quest, because the stock is reduced. Flax a 4s. per cwt ; foreign 1s. a 28. lower, and has remained at the same noininal price as the market exceedingly heavy at the de- before. cline.

Rice. While the weather continued unIndigo.-- There is little doing in indigo; favourable for the harvest, rice rose, and the yet the holders are firm, and confidently demand increased, with an advance of 1s. look to an improvement both in the demand to 28. per cwt; but as the weather, during - and the prices. The premium on the last the last week, has been favourable, the sale is nominally about 3d. per lb. demand has subsided, and purchases might

Spirits. -- The rum-market has been be made on lower terms. heavy, except that in the first week of this

Spices at the East India Company's sale, August 13th. Saltpetre, 1000 tons Company's passed, no offers at the Company's upset price, 263, 977 tons Privilege-sold..

..248. a 26s. a few lots..

26s. 6d. and 278. Peper-Company's black, 2855 bags, sold.....

..7 d. a 7d. Licensed—black, 90 bags, sold. ....

.6 d. a 7d. Cinnamon-1485 bales—542 bales 1st quality, sold..

.78. 1d. a 7s. 6d. 807 2d

about a half sold ...68. 1d. a 6s. 8d. 136

all sold ............ 58. 3d. a 5s. 7d. Mace-200 casks, 2d quality-one lot 68. Id. all the rest out, no offers at the Com

pany's upset price, 6s. Nutmegs—500 packages-not garbled; only 112 sold..

.3s. 7d. Oil of Mace. Cassia Lignea—1002 chests—sold..

.61. 58. a 81 984 chests.

61. 58. a 81. 88. Sago-Licensed, 352 packages. ..

.58. 6d. a 6s.

and 20s. a 258, Ginger-Licensed, 593 bundles....

. 108. a 10s. 6d. Cassia Buds--100 chests...

..177. 58. a 171. 10s. 142 chests.

151, 155. a 18l. 4s. Oil of Cassia — 79 canisters..

..7d. a 8d. per oz. There is little variation in the prices since the above sale. Company's pepper 74d. to 720 ; several other considerable purchases of cassia lignea have been made at the sale prices; cassia buds have sold at a considerable advance.



Corn, which experienced an advance Bergen, Norway, July 14.-For these while the weather was unsettled, has re- nine weeks past we have had such a drought trograded since the weather has been here, that it is difficult to procure water even warmer.

for domestic uses. Add to this, that we have The harvest in the southern counties is bad the whole time a north wind, which far advanced : in the midland districts it is still continues, attended with storms, which general: the weather has been, of late, ex- hinders the arrival of ships; and much ceedingly warm, and, in consequence, the ex- injury is done to vessels laden with corn pectation of a good crop is very generally en- not kiln-dried, because the cargoes easily tertained. There was a good supply of wheat become heated at this season. It is to be at yesterday's market ; the trade was heavy hoped, that we shall have a change soon, at the decline of 2s. on the best runs; there for in these parts every thing is burnt up, were scarcely any enquiries for the mid- so that the farmer will reap little or nodling and inferior samples. No alteration thing. The oldest inhabitants do not rein the prices of barley ; there was, how- collect such a season. ever, little business doing.—The holders Copenhagen, August 7.-Qur corn trade of oats evinced a great inclination to effect continues to be very dull, so that the sales, and in consequence a further reduc- prices are to be considered as merely tion of ls. was submitted to.—The few nominal. For the purpose of relieving purchases of beans reported were at the the farmers an ordinance has been issued, previous currency, but a great proportion allowing them to pay a certain part of of the supply remains undisposed of.-- their land-tax in corn. The prices al. Grey and white peas were 28. lower.-Lin- lowed are very favourable to the farmer. seed advanced Il. per last, in consequence We have received large supplies of su. of the very short supply at market. gar. Ten vessels with full cargoes have

Import of Foreign Corn.—The ports arrived within this week, from our West continue shut against the importation of all India possessions alone. For the enforeign grain, except buckwheat, which couragement of our sugar refiners, his Mais importable at a permanent duty of 108. jssty has granted a bounty on the exportaper quarter.

tion of treacle, viz. 13 rix dollars for Aggregate average of the twelve mari. 1000 lb. in parcels not under 1000 lb. time districts of England and Wales, for nor above 54,000 lb. the six weeks preceding the 15th of August, by which importation is regulated in likely to rise. Hitherto, however, no rise

Hamburg, 11 August.-Cotton appears Great Britain. Wheat 528. 7d.

has taken place, except in the American Oats 19s. 3d.

descriptions, of which we have had but a Rye 32s. 5d. Beans 30s. 9d. Barley 24s. 8d. Peas 318, 6d.

very short supply this year.-Coffee. Our prices, which were already low, were still

further depressed by the arrival of consideFOREIGN COMMERCE.

rable supplies during the course of last Riga, July 27.Flax keeps up at the month. A little has been doing this week following prices. Marienburg cut, 38 r.; at rather lower prices; but there are no white Thiesenhausen and Druiana Rackit- purchasers for large parcels.—Dyeing zer, 41 r.; white mixed with light grey, woods not much in demand, and therefore 394 to 40 r. ; grey, 38% to 394 r.; cut rather lower. The high price of Pernam. Badstub, 36 r.; Risten Threeband, 283 r.; buco at the end of last month caused a Tow, 14 to 134 r.-Hemp: the inferior greater demand for other redwoods, such as sorts maintain their prices, but clean is Japan, St. Martin's, &c.-Spices. The rather lower; in general but little is doing. finest sort maintain their prices, though The prices may be noted as follows:- there is not much demand. Pimento re. Ukraine clean, 109 to 108 r. ; Polish mains unchanged. Pepper very little at ditto, 116 to 115 r. Ukraine outshot, market, and prices very firm. Ginger is 80 r.; Polish ditto, 91 to 90 r. Ukraine rather lower, the demand being small, and pass, 72 r. ; Polish ditto, 78 to 79r. fresh supplies continuing to arrive.-SaltUkraine torse, 49} r.; Polish, ditto, 50 r. b. petre is without demand, as well for speHemp Oil may be had for 90 r. ; For culation as for exportation.— Tobacco of all fine Polish Potashes, 100 r. b. are now kinds maintains a good price, yet without asked. Seeds for crushing meet with more any great demand. -Corn. As our stock purchasers this week. The following prices of good wheat is rapidly diminishing, and are now demanded : for remaining

sowing the supplies are very inconsiderable, the linseed, 44 to 5 r. Druiania, 14 to 17 r. b. holders ask, and have, in some instances, Crushing linseed (of 110 to 112 lb.), 12 obtained an advance of from 5 to 15 rix to 15 r. Hemp seed (of 90 to 94 lb.), 94 to dollars, though the demand is limited to 98r. Talloze is offered as follows : yellow our own consumption. A couple of carcrown candle tallow, 145 r. ; white ditto, goes which arrived this week from Dantzig 140 r. Soap tallow, 135 r.

met a ready sale at good prices. The de

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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 in. the 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 bave so long languished. Nantes, as well as 64 quarter chests, and The Commissioners also direct their at18 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 124d. ordinary states, not members of this commercial conbrown ditto 6 d. brown and yellow mixed federation. Hitherto no difference has been 61d. middling and fine 7{d. to 74d. 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 holde 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 merchantfrom 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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