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of the average prices, we add the report of order from the Minister of Finance, by the market of yesterday.

which our free port is to remain unchanged, In addition to the arrivals of English on the same footing as hitherto till further wheat, 17,699 qrs. there was a large pro- orders: and the merchants may import portion of the previous supply left over to their goods as before. yesterday's market ; the trade was in con- 22 Scpt.-Several vessels have lately ar. sequence exceedingly heavy, and although rived from Constantinople. Our situation one or two parcels of fine new white sold at is very singular. But lately, we thought an advance of 2s.per quarter, yet every other we had every reason to expect the speedy description was 23. a 3s. lower; the best commencement of hostilities; and we are old declined in the same proportion: a now convinced more and more, and every great quantity of the wheat still remains day, that we have been mistaken. Our undisposed of, although the holders were commercial relations with Turkey are, in offering damp and inferior parcels at very fact, interrupted, yet the hopes of peace depressed prices, to induce the buyers to prevail. Every body wishes to see the end come forward. There were large supplies of this state of uncertainty. of new barley brought to market last week, St. Petersburg, Sept. 28.-An impebut at a decline of 4s. there have been ex- rial ukase of the 4th instant regulates the tensive purchases, and the quantity offering trade in the Aleutian and Kurile Islands, was so reduced, that an improvement of ls. and the Russian possessions in the northwas realized on Friday's prices.— The arri- west coast of America, and the east coast vals of English oats last week exceeded of Siberia as follows. Having perceived 28,000 qrs.; the trade was in consequence by the statements laid before us, that the heavy ; a few prime parcels of both old trade of our subjects in the Aleutian isand 'new went off at a decline of 1s. but lands, and in the Russian possessions along generally the market must be quoted 2s. the north-west coast of America, is sublower. Beans met a dull sale, at the de- jected to many obstacles and disadvantages cline of 1s.-In peas no alteration whatever from the practice of smuggling, and as we can be stated.

find that the chief cause of these disadvan

tages lies in the want of regulations re FOREIGN COMMERCE.

specting the limits of navigation along Riga, September 28. Corn. There those coasts, and a standard of commercial have been some purchases lately of oats, at relations as well in those parts, as in gene40 to 44 r. per last. The nominal price of ral on the east coast of Siberia, we have holmdried rye (of 115 to 116 lbs.) is 56 to thought fit to determine these relations as 57 roubles. Potashes, 108 roub. have follows:been paid for Polish, the stock of which is Sec. I. “All trade, whale-fishery, fishery nearly exhausted. Seeds, the weather be in general, and every kind of business, in ing constantly wet and cold makes the the harbours and bays, and in general along prospect of the crop this year more and the whole northwest coast of America, from more unfavourable, and it is feared, that a Behring's Straits to the 51st degree of north very small quantity of really good quality latitude, as well as along the Aleutian iswill be brought to market, which will of lands, and on the east coast of Siberia, and course sell very dear. Hitherto there are also along the Kurile islands, that is to say, no sellers, and the imports will hardly com- from Behring's Straits to the South Cape of mence before the beginning of next month. the island of Ooroop, in 45 deg. 51 north Tallow, is rather more in demand, 145 lat., are allowed exclusively to Russian subbanco roubles have been paid for yellow jects. and white crown, and there remain pur- Sec. II. “ In consequence, every foreign chasers for soap tallow at 130 roubles. vessel is prohibited, not only to land on any Hemp, especially clean, has fallen; Po- of the coasts and islands belonging to the lish clean 110 r., Ukraine ditto 100. Russian possessions, and mentioned in the Other descriptions keep up better. Polish preceding Section, but even to approach outshot, 87 r. Ukraine, 82 r. Polish pass, them within less than one hundred Italian 74 to 77. Ukraine ditto 74r. Torse, 51 miles, on pain of confiscation of both ship 1. per Slb.

Flar, Thiesenhausen and and cargo," &c. Druiania Rackitzer, 444; Badstub cut, Hamburg, Oct. 13.---Cotton. The dewhite and light grey mixed, 38 to 38}r.; mand and sale very limited.Coffee has Risten Threeband, 29 r. ; Tow, 13 r. ; per been exclusively purchased this week, and Slb. Hemp Oil, to be had at 87 r. b. per the prices are therefore more firm.-Corn. Slb. Fine white Havannah Sugars have While our stock of wheat is considerably been sold at 184 cop. 7 months credit. The increased by fresh supplies, the sales are prices of Salt decline more and more, the limited to our own consumption, so that the last prices paid were, St. Ubes, 47 r.; grey prices of several descriptions have fallen 5 French 374 r. ; fine Liverpool 52 r. at or six rix dollars. The holders of the present, only 50 r. are offered for the latter. finest sorts keep away from the market. A

Odessa, Sept. 14.-Yesterday an ex. good deal of business has been doing this press arrived froin St. Petersburgh with an week in Oats and Barley of the best quality, as well for exportation to England (it unfavourable influence.--50 Chests have in being supposed probable that the ports will consequence been sold here lately (chiefly be open) as for home consumption, so that from the interior of Germany) at a consithe prices have risen 2 dollars. Fine Black derable advance, and one fine parcel realRape-seed has also been purchased for ex- ized 23s. Flemish. portation to England at their current Rice.-Having fallen to the price at which prices.

it stood before the sudden rise in the price Indigo.-Among the most important of Corn, a more considerable demand may changes this week, is the increased demand be expected. and price of this article. The new rise of Tobacco.Firm in price, but little doing 9d. to 1s. 5d. per. Ib. in the London sale 200,000 lbs. of Porto Rico, roll and leaf, just terminated, and the certain information have lately been imported from St. Thomas. that it was caused by the real demand, con- Sugar.-Hamburgh refined have met firm the opinion, that the cultivation of with a brisk sale this week at the current this dye has been so limited in India for prices. Lumps are little inquired for, and some years past on account of the price be- occasionally parcels might be had a trifle ing too low to remunerate the planter, so lower. Several parcels of raw sugars, hithat the stock both in and out of Europe is therto withheld, are now brought to marnow inadequate to the consumption, and ket, which, with the want of demand, still even an abundant crop would not have an further depresses the prices.

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Where the Town or City in which the Bankrunt resides is not expressed, it will be always in London or the
Neighbourhood. So also of the Residences of the Altorneys, whose names are placed qfier a [.

T distinguishes London Commissions, C those of the country.
Gazette-Sept. 22 to Oct. 23. Stuart, H. Worcester, wine-merchant. (Haj.

nam, Piazza.chambers, Covent-garden. T. Sept. 22. Arnold, J. H., Llanblethian, Gla- Oct. 2.-Mercer, H. Liverpool, merchant. [Battye, morgan, cattle-jobber. (Jennings, 4, Elm-court, Chancery-lane. c. Temple. T.

Ward, T. Seamer, York, maltster. (Lever, Gray'sColyer, w. Broad-street, St. Giles's, boot and inn. C.

shoe-maker. [Jones, 1, New-inn. T. Whitehead, R., Withnell, Lancaster, corn.merHailstone, W. Mildenball, Suffolk, grocer.

chant. (Hall, Great James-street, Bedford[Gregson, Angel-court, Throgmorton-street. T. row, C. Hancock, S. Judd-street, St. Pancras, hardware. man. (Pringle, Queen-street, Cheapside. T.

Oct. 6. Bower, J. Tothill-street, Westminster, Jones, T. St. John-street, West Smithfield, sta

grocer. [Tottie, 33, Poultry. T. tioner. (Sweet, Basinghall-street. T.

Evans, T. B. Strand, wine and brandy-nerMead, T. Sandwich, Kent, victualler. [Lodington,

chant. [Stevens, Little St. Thomas Apostle, 2, Serjearts'-inu, Fleet-street. C.

Queen-street. T. Rowley M. Bear-street, Leicester-square, dealer.

Moody, s. Frome Selwood, Somerset, baker. [Fisher, Furnival's-inn, Holborn.'T.

[Perkins, 2, Holbora-court, Gray's-inn. C. Williams, H. Plough-court, Lombard-street, mer

Rowbottom, w. Oldham, Lancaster, machinechant. [Pearce, St. Swithin's-lane, Lombard

maker. (Milne, Temple. C. street. T.

Thompson, J. T. Long Acre, coach-joiner, (Ste

vens, Little St. Thomas Apostle, Queen-st. T. Sept. 25. Beeston, J. Drayton in Hales, Salop, Wells S. Middleton-garden, Pentonville, green. mercer. [Baxter, Gray's-inn.place. c.

grocer. [Tatham, Castle-street, Holborn. T. Gibson, T. jun. Liverpool, ship-bread baker, [Chester, 3. Staple-inn. c.

Oct. 9. Bursey, J. jun. Goodge-street, TottenhamGird, H. Park-lane, Middlesex, saddler. [Bour

Court road, bo

and stationer. (Wardillon, Bread-street, Cheapside. C.

rand, Mark-lane. T. Knowles, J., and H. Walker, Salford, Lancaster,

Hamelin, P. Belmont-place, Vauxhall, plasterer, machine-makers. (Willis, Warnfordl-couri, C.

[Denton, Gray's-inn-square. T. Lavender, J. Leominster, Hereford, mireer.

Lound, W. Slo:111e-street, Chelsen, linen-draper. [Cardale, Gray's-inn. c.

[Dobson, 55, Chancery-lane. T.

Oct. 13.-Larton, J. Blackburn, Lancaster, upSept. 29. Barnby, J. New Malton, York, dealer. holsterer. [ligg, 29, Southampton-buildings, (Smithson, Old Jewry. C.

Cuancers-lane C. Richardson, J. Manchester, cotton and twist-dea.

Belcher, J. London-lane, Enfieldl. stone-mason. ler, [Whitlow, king-street, Manchester, C.

[Harmer, 29. Hatton-garden. T.

Clayton, J. Bury, Lancaster, undertaker. [Ap- Surrey, J. and J., Mark-lane, mealmen. (Druce,
pleby, Gray's-inn. c.

Billiter-square. T.
Da Bois, J. and E., ('opthall-court, merchants.
(Gregson, Angel-court, Throgmorton-street. T.

Oct. 23.-Chubb, W. P. Aldgate, chemist. [Par-
Dunderdale, N. Holbeck, York, clothier. (Ro-

ton, Bow.church.yard, Cheapside. T. binson, 26, Essex-street, Strand. C.

Davies, J. Micheldean, Gloucester, draper, Gilbert, R. T. Stockbridge, Hants, coal-merchant.

[Pearson, Pump-court. Temple. C. [Cottle, 70, Aldermanbury. C.

Dray, J. St. Agnies, Cornwall, dealer. [Hodgson,
Green, T. Alfreton, Derby, grocer. (Bromley, Francis, R. Newcastle upon Tyne, hatter. (Fisher,

14, John-street, Adelphi. T.
3. Gray's-inn-square. C.
Hamelin, P. Belmont-place, Vanxhall, plasterer.

Thavies-inn, Holbom. C.
[Denten, Gray's-inn square. T.

George, W. Haymarket, Westminster, sadler. Hole, W. M. Kingskerswell, Devon, tanner.

[Matthews, Castle-street, Holborn. T. [Darke, Red Lion-square. c.

Hughes, R. Althrey Woodhouse, Flint, cheeseJackson, W. Lusted-farm, Cudham, Kent, farmer.

factor. [Toone, 3, Craven-street, Strand. c. [Taylor, 15, Furnival's-inn, Holborn. T.

Humphries, S. Witham Friary, Somerset, inn

holder. Llewelyn, J. and N. Belcbier, Old Jewry, insur

(Perkins, 2, Holborn-court, Gray's.

inn. c.
ance-brokery. [Lester, New-court, Crutched-
friars. T.

Irving, N. Carlisle, Cumberland, innkeeper.
Kose, R. N. Holborn, book-dealer. (Edwards,

(Battye, 20, Chancery-lane. C.. Castle-street, Holborn. T.

Knibb, ‘B. "Billingborough, Lincoln, grocer,

Lambert, 9, Gray's-inn-square. C.
Spear, J. Sheffield, merchant. [Tilson, Coleman.

Les, G. Bath, baker. [Burfoot, 2, King's-bench-
street. C.
Tate, R. Market-Weighton, York, shopkeeper.

walk, Temple. c. [Jaques, Charles-street, City-road. C.

Poole, S. G. King's-road, Chelsea, brewer,

(Sherwood, Canterbury-square. T.
Thomson, P. and C. A. Thomson, Tom's coffee-
house, Cornhill, wine-merchants. [Wadeson,

Whitney, W. Ludlow, Salop, innkeeper. [Pugh,
Austin-friars, T.

83. Bernard-street, Russell-square. c. Travis, J. Oldham, Lancaster, grocer. (Searle,

Wright, J. Mill-wall, Poplar, anchor-smith. Doctors'-commons. C.

[Dennis, Westmorland-place, City-road. T. Oct 16.-Butt, T. Tewkesbury, Gloucester, miller. [Clarke, 8, Little St. Thomas Apostle,

Cheapside. C.

Gazette-Sept. 22 to Oct. 23.
Gardner, B. Leigh, Worcester, farmer. [Becke,
Devonshire-street, Queen-square. C.

Wares, D. merchant, Pulteney-town.
Horrocks, W. Liverpool, corn-dealer. [Black- Campbell, W., and R. Campbell, brewers, Lin-

Edie, J. merchant, Cupar-Fife. stock, King's-Bench-walk, Temple. C.

lithgow Inman, K. J. Blackman-street, Southwark, brasier. (Sherwood, 32, Canterbury-square, South

Wilson, R. corn-dealer, Thornton, Killbride. wark. T.

Beck, W. manufacturer, Hawick. Walker, F. Ripon, York, money-scrivener.

Cormack, A. merchant, Wick.
(Stocker, New Boswell-court, Carey-streel, Lin.

Atkinson, J. currier, Glasgow.

w. merchant, Galashiels, Edinburgh. coln's-inn. C.

Graham, 'T, merchant, Eastwood-park, Glasgow, Oct. 20.-Steel, W. Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-sq. Black, T. cattle-dealer, Perth. baker. (Isaacson, 9, Broad-ct, Long-Acre. T. Crawford, J. and W. coal-masters, Lochwinnoch.

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