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Price Current of the undermentioned Articles of Merchandise at London, in June.

Price for Home Board a British

Consumption, Ship for Ex

Duty paid. portation,
SUGAR.
Double resiped loaves

170 a 180

115 & 125 Hambro aud Turkey do.

140 a 150

96 a 108 Single and powder loaves

185 a 148

92 103 Good and fine lumps Muscovado sugars pay a duly off 136 a 145

yo a 100 Brown and middling do.

30s. per cwt. and clayed 35s. per

129 a 135

85 a 90 Crushed lumps cwt. for refining or hoine con

86 a. 88 Brown Candy sumption; and for exportation

175 13 à 132 lolasses the refined receive a bounty, andi

$4.35 Moscovadoes Fine Jamaica the raw and elayed, a drawback 98 a 105

70 & 80 Good do, of other islands equal to the full duty paid for 92 a 102

60 a 78 Brown and middling home consumption.

8? 1 88

35 a 65 Fine clayed

196 a 130

99 a 98 Fast India-- White and one

90 a 100 60 a 75 Drown and yellow

75 a 80

44 2 50 Hatannah-Fine wbite These are only imported for re

$6 a 100 Brown and yellow exportation, for which they are

58 . 80 Brazil-White and fine nor subject to any duties. Being

78 a 86 Brown aud yellow the growth of foreiga plantations,

60 a 70 COFFEE.

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

80 & 86 Do. ordinary and good tion for home consumption.

78 a 80 Porto Rico, Havannah, and Brazil

76 a 84 Cheribou, Java, and Bourbon

1025. 8d. per cwt.

82 x 95 Mocha .

120 a 110 Demerara, Dominica, &c. fine

104 a 110 Do. ordinary, middling, and good

78 a 102 Jamaica, fine

48 a 105 Do. ordinary, middling, and good

08 a 90 RUM. Jamaica

11s. 1d. per gall.

4s 2d a 6s 3d Other Islands

3 6
PIMENTO
ofd.

11 19
PEPPER.
Company's black

1s. 104d.

104 Privilege and light do.

98

10 TOBACCO. Fine Virginia

10 & 12 Do. Maryland

Cs. 5d.

5

8 Ordinary qualilies ·

3ě a
WINE.
Port

301. 10s.
per pipe of 138 ga!l.

48L & 501
Sherry
481. os.

126

35 a 60 Madeira 421, 58.

110

30 a 70 Lisbon 521, 10s.

138

50 a 55 Spanish red 481. Os.

126

10 15 Claret

231, 10s.
per hhd. of 60

51 108 a 61
RICE.
Carolina

30 a 32 East India

29 a 25 COTTON WOOL. Permainbucco

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Maranliam and Bahia
16s. 11d. per 100 lbs.

29
West India, Demerara, &c.
imported in a British!

22 a 21
Fine Sea Island
ship, and $55. 6d. Fo.

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& 06 New Orleans reiga.

17d a jod Bowed Georgia

a 15 Bengal, Surat, and Smyrna

85 a 11 SPICES. Cloves

Ss. 7 d.

3$ ed a 48 5d Mace

99. 2d,

12 a 13 60 Cinnamon

23. Od.

13 a 15 60 Nutmegs

5s. 5d.

6. 8 6 Cassia

141.

322 362 TEA. Bohea and common Congoy

& 9d a 39 Od Congou middling and good

3 0 a 3 6 Souchong do. do. 96 per cent on the

4 2 4 6 I'wankay sale price,

3 5 a 3 Hyson Skio or Bloom

3 5 4 2 Hyson good aud fine

5 6 a 5 10 TALLOW. St. Petersburgh yellow Candle 3s. Id. duty per cwt.

per cwt

725 738 Do. White and Soap do.

imported in a British

69
South American

71
HEMP.
Riga, Rhine, and St. Petersburg clean

gl. 2s. 1d. BS per too 322 531 451 .
and Calf clenu and outshot

101.58. 10d. PS

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Table, containing the Prices of Dullion and Courses. of Exchange, from April 28, 10 June 25, 1813, shewing the Intrin-
sic Value of Bullion in Great Britain, und the Intrinsic Pars of Exchange, according to the Mint Regulations for the Value of
Gold and Silver at the respective Places; shering also the extreme High Price of Bullion, and extreme Courses of Exchange,
occasioned by the extended Commercial Proscription that prevailed throughout Europe in the Years 1811, 1812, and 1813.

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Silver in Bars, standard, dr.
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Prices of Bullion and Courses of Exchange.

106s. 106s, 106s. 1055. 1059. 1058, 105S. 1045. 111s. 1068 100s. 106s. 105. 105S, 1055. 105S. 1049.

TOS. 101s. 1018. 1005. 1995.6d 1995.60.094.60.1983.6d.
81fd. 814d. 814d. 781d. 1781d.

76 d.
sod. sod. 80d,

775,

70d.
Extreme
Courses.
27 10 27 1028
4'27 10127 627 27 627

10
28 2/28 228

8,28
2/27 1027

10127

10128 2 20 019 30119 30 19 8018 60 16

80119 019 40 20 20119 50119

50 19 O 18 8019 019 20119 00
30 230 2130 8 30 020 829 829 880

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30 830 831 2 30

630

230 230 230 6
9 619 619 99 79 519 519 5.9 0
116 116 116

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114 114

11 4114
56 571 58 58

59 59 59 59
533

56 57 57 57 36
21
8021

8021 30 21 3021 21 121 21
404

1403

1471 478 1473 478
435 434

43 143 43
171 71 170 70 170 70 170

74 9 83
73

0

14341

HAMBURG 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, 1 do.
Do. at two to three month date

do.
ROTTERDAM,

do. FRANKFORT,

do.
LEGHORN, Penoc Sterling per Pezza, or Current Dollar
do.
do.

do.
VENICE, Livre per l'ound Sterling
NAPLES, Pence Sterling per Ducat
Cadiz, do. per Piastre or Current Dollar
Lisnon, do. per Milrea
DUBLIN, per cent, discount

do.

585

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Redu. Consols Consols. Navy.

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Stock. Stuck. Auns. Sea An. Ind. Bon. Ex. Bills. for Ac. Tickets.
May 20 liolidays

27
29
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31 2281 584594 2734 73 88

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2 227 228 58$ 59 873
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* 3 per Cent. Consols, and 5 per Cent. Navy, as above, with the Dividend for the opening.-N. B. All Exchequer Bills, dated prior to May, 1814, have been advertised to be p off, and the Interest thereon has ceased. 'N. B. The above Talle contains the highest and lowest prices, taken from the Course of the Exchange, &c. originally published by John Castaign, in the year 1912, and n published, every Tuesday and Friday, under the authority of the Committee of the Stock Exchange, by

JAMES JETENHALL, Stock-Broker, No. 7, Capel court, Bartholoinew-lane, London,

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

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METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER.

From May 25, to June 25, 1815. Kept by C. BLUNT, Philosophical Instrument-maker, 38, Tavistock-st. Covent-Garden.

Moon. Day.

Barometrical Pressure. Temperature
Wind. Max. Min. (Mean. Max Min. Mean.

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30°16 30'12 30*145 66 27 W

30:16 30:11 30'085 66
28 W

29.90 29'90 129.90 67
29
W

29'84 | 2978 290757 65
30 NW 29987 29:37 29'87 65
31 NW

29'87 99'81 129'84 64
Nunes W 29'89 2979 296885 66

2 W by S 30.04 30'04 30'04 68
3 W

29.97

29'89 29'917 67 4 W 29.76 29.76 29978 67 5 NW

29.63 29.54 120*577 66 6 NW 29.50 29*44 129'4167 68 71 NW

29:57 2957 29:57 67 ANNW29.80 29972 29-747 65

9 N 29'85 | 29.84 20'845 65 10

N 29:84 | 29*80 29.827 i NW

2979 | 29*79 29*79 67 12

29*70 29871 29742 65 13 W 29:54 29:54 29:54 67 14 W 29:38 29°34 29'35 69 15WSW 29°76 29:54 29.652 | 70 16 S 29.86 2978 298817 70 S

29:59 | 2957 29 83 71 1 g S

29.66 29.06 29'06 70 19 S 29*74 29.00 29.687 70 20 SW | 29'66 29-06 29:66 69 21 W

29.86 29.75 29*82 69 22 NW

29.85 29.83 29'835 70 23 NW 30 29'91 299955 68 24 NNW 30'03 29.96 29.992 68 25 NNW 30-02 30'02 (30:02

68

66

52 51 53 50 49 49 55 57 56 55 54 56 55 51 48 47 49 52 54 52 53 53 34 51 50 50 51 53 50 49 49

59
585
60
57-5
57
56.5
6005
62.5
01.5
61
60
62
01
58
56.5
56.5
58
57
6095
60*5
61.5
61.5
62:5
60.5
60
59'5
60
615
59
59'5
58.5

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Fair
Pair
Fair
Fair
Rain
Fair
Fair
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Mean barometrical pressure 29.7929 | Mean tempcrature,

56'387 Maximum, 30-16 wind at W. Maximum, 71

wind at S. Minimum, 29-34 wind at W. Minimum, 47

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

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Mean Barometrical Pressure. Mean Temperature From the last quarter on the 31st of May 1

29*745

01214 to the new moon on the 7th of June . From the new moon on the 7th, to the

29'691

38'142 first quarter on the 14th .. From the first quarter on the 14th, to the 399752

60-785 full moon on the 21st

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ERRATUM.
No, XVII. p. 426, le 16 from the bottom, for members read numbers,

GENERAL INDEX

TO THE THIRD VOLUME.

ABERYSTWITH, report of bible society Baber, Anna, her appetite for earth, 348
at, 385

Bankrupts, lists of, 89, 189, 288, 388, 486,
Abington, Mrs. her death, 27,6-account of, 380
375

Barclay, Mr. riot at the chairing of, 273
Abo university, its present state, 45

Barrington, Bishop, biography of, 35
Academies for the encouragement of the

Viscount, account of, 33
arts, 252

Bartley, Mr. his performance of Falstaff, 361
Accum, F. on the expense of gas-light ap- Bartolozzi, F. memoirs of, 471
paratus, 441

Basing House, inquiries suggested by a his-,
Acts of Parliament, abstract of 61, 138, 260

tory of, 508
Addington, furious storm at, 483

Basnett, Mary, epitaph on, 303
Adultery, on the propriety of rendering it a Bath, order of the, new ordinances of, 67-
criminal offence, 408

on the precedency of the new knights of,
Agricultural reports, 88, 180, 287,387, 485,

401, 512
578

pin-manufactory at, 85--establish-
Agriculture, progress of in France, 339 ment of a Flour and Bread Company and
Albanians, character of, 529

Gas-Light Company at, 382-antiquities
Aldrich's Christ Church Bells, 309

discovered at, 575
Alexander, Emperor, anecdotes of, 129

Agricultural Society, adjudication of
Alford conimittee in aid of the Society its premium, 282

for promoting Christian Knowledge formed Battle Abbey, coins discovered at, 284
at, 177

Bean, Col. his account of an expedition to
Ali Bey, sketch of his travels, i

New Mexico, 398
Allen, Ralph, inquiry concerning him, 7- Beaumarchais, anecdote of, 531
Churchill's lines on, 207

Beaumont, Col. his death, 570
America, political state of, 166, 466 Beauvois, "Baron de, botanical observations

illustrations of the manners, lite- by, 237
rature, &c. of, 320

Becker's Augusteum, account of, 18
American titles of honour not legitimate,122 Bedford, Countess, anecdote of, 130
Anachronisms in painting, 16

Bedfordshire, new bridge over the Ouse in,
Anatomy, progress of in Francè, 337

77 -establishment of Sunday schools in,77
Andreossy, General, on the conduits of Con- Beetles, inquiry concerning a method of de-
stantinople, 248

stroying, 331-answers to the inquiry,
Angara, river, singularity of, 350

512, 523
Annet, Peter, his character, 7 --notice re- Begemder, S. L. account of, 185
specting, 207

Belfast, opening of a Catholic chapel at, 286
Appointments, “1, 167, 467, 567

Bennett, J. his treatise on the Commutation
Apprenticeship, its effects on trade, 26 of Tythes, 282
Architecture, neglected by the Royal Aca Berkshire, establishment of schools for
demy, 31

adults in, 77
Ardesoif, J. his horrible cruelty and awful Bethelsdorp, description of, 106
death, 500

Beza, his translation of the Psalms, 308
Aristophanes, remarkable scene from one of Bible Society, British and Foreign, report
his comedies, 313

of, 505
Aristode, remarks on passages in, 425, 505 Bingley, Rev. Mr. history of the Greenland
Arithmetical question, ambiguous, 319- whale, 496
remarks on, 424

Birch, J. account of, 169
Armstrong, Dr. J. his death, 178

Bird, R. his bombastic letter, 328
Arreton Down, I. of Wight, antiquities dis- Birds, lungs of, 114–surnames derived from,
covered at, 379

204
Artists' Fund, anniversary of, 457

Birmingham, fatal accident at, 180
Arts, fine, review and register of, 49, 154,

and Worcester Canal, improve-
251, 358, 454, 548

ment of, 393
Arts, Society of, its proceedings, 445 Births, remarkable, 86, 182, 280, 378, 568,
Ashley, Mr. J.J. account of, 73

575, 576
Aston, Sir W. his death, 374

Blackburn, Joseph, his detection, 87-his
Atlay, Rev. John, his death, 77

trial and e: ecution, 385
NEW MONTHLY Mag.--Vo. 18.

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