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   Bells Weekly Messenger (Newspaper) - May 8, 1796, London, Middlesex                                SUN-DAT, MAT 8, 1796: ;4Wheat .... Fine   ____ Foreignjo. Dantzick do, Rye...... 30 to 36. o no price 1 Birley ...: - w. to 16 o is to'Jo 9' ' fine Malting 4* to 30 o 40 to 44 ^Fiae.do, Malt   ____   36 to 39 0 0ai� ! F*ns4o. .. > fitieijo, '?�>g Pease    39 to 34-0)34 to '38 �'ofi'i'ns frjlanas s. �&' 69 '� -OTIS* ?7-s (24 *76 .40" LONDON MARKETS, , Monday, May e.-We had rather a small supoly of Fnglisli Wheat, but havtig a large c|'.untiiy.of jNoreig.i arrived on Wednesday and, Friday last, prjce.vin consequence deti.meil fijjl ios. perqearter, Uut^the sale was rather broker for-fine )ingli.sli'w!it4t this moi-niftg; the best runs of Essex sold fro'T; 70s. ; tci>hf 'and th s day a rri-ai .p.ir.y Foreign vessels have at rived, the much gteruef paf& of t'ui'r carious are Wheat, -thoOgh some few have QaM, Pease, and Seed, which �.;.-' -.ocasioocd a-fall iu Foreign wheat, but has .had iu> effdVtMff kughth.-Har>/� Malt, and Oats, obtain full as good a price as on MJotidav,' as does Flour.-For particular prices see the Statement under:'..'".' __ :        -'   �__ ^ /-.. CORN E^CHAVGji, May CURRENT' PRICE OF GRAIN FOR THE WESR. FRIDAY! MONDAY s.   ,s_      s. i. 30 to 40 6' 40 to 43 o O 'to 51"' 0 30 to 33 Oi O to 34 O 27 to 2.Q O 30J0 3 f o 14 to 17 6 <9*v �9 'J�t Oto acj 6 friday S.       3. d. SO to Si O 33 to 36 O IS to 3 S 6 . at .08 t> .' �r 6j a . at' (S3 6; at 04 e| "v. d .. at 63 � .. at ea. o .'. at-Ao o .. at-ST o .. at 58 a  at 57 1 .. at 50 o ..at 5s o .. at S4 o - - at 53 p 17*0 �, .80.. i. A. at s*-o at. 51 o at s� a at' 47 0 M 46' o "I""1*' Qarsripoog. o' Ave!'.  af weighs.... Half-Prfck............. (Juarrern...........	17 lb.  60?..  odr---- 8 lb. 11 oiz.  odr.-... 4 lb.   s CZ-. 0 dr.....	.   bold tor 3s. 3d, . '........is. 7d, i-h/ .........cs. >jd. 3-f. AVERAGE PRICE. OF CORN PER. QtJAKTER,   -OF  pNOt.AN*) AND TVAJ.I-S, .FOR WK*.K  E Kl> t >^  A^R t L-JO.		 Wheat....   74s. lou. Rye...... .50s.  6d.	UaVfe^ :.;.. j$s. tod.' pats.-.,-, aas. 41L	Bea-'is____   4i�. - 3d. -Pease..,.   45s.   3d. PRICE OF S?EpS AT CORN E^CHA^G^   '		 '.m�KI�Aj(. Red Clover.'. ; NJhite Do'-. .� '"rrefoil.,.;.-.. f'-Tnrtrip... k,gvejGraw;�, )R,aBps. MONDAY. Bags. 1. s. 1. s. Kent.. 3 18 t� 4 M Sussex  3 to to 4 10 Et=ex   3  o to 4 to FRIDAY. . s.     1. : MONDAY. Pkts.   1. s.      I. Kent: .4  4 to 6  o Sussex 3 10 to s  o Farnh. 6  o to 7 in FRIDAY. IL s.      1. s The late dry wea'her and north-ra-terlv wi'.ids have been considered as onCftfr.urahle-to the- coning crop, and have caused an advance of 4s. and 5s. [>�r cwl. aRhoiijili little o; uo increase of deniand.-The warm rains jiirt fallen nre in fa'vuar of a crop.-Complaints have been received from certain Prantations j hat it Is fo6 earlv -to form any just idea. Pockets fetch fro.ti 80s. tp.oos. grid 100s.\ line, 105j. to >i2s. per cwt. Batjs, 70s. to 00^. and 05s. fine; very ordinary, 50s. to $6s. The last yeai's crop heinj; nnkmdly, few tine Hops are on hand.   Middling and ordinary plentiful.' 'thcPuty for i7-?q nnuiuutito 8�,342l. 19s. 4d. l-h. and much exceeds what .vas generally expected. . - SMITHF1ELR. TO SI HK THE  OFFAL-VEB. (STONE OF M0M�AY. FK.JDA'i. MONDAY. FRIDAY, s. d.      s. d. s.  7 a . Avarsge Price    . 3. T cwoTsHpw' R.(rs,.->.V>    (r M-.:sia |;o/i; �U'kiv.!-D.tf, KOii-ti Graves .... .. t.'ooil Drrf'/s �'�louieu Snap C';:r� ')i;ro'.. -    ii, rt-;-}i �' j 6 tf) OO  ' o tp f-^l iJi'tc; 1-4 o to oi"! Dhro fklDAV. D'tto":. t):t:o.. O.tt.j.. Ditto s. d. 3   S' 3 -8in- 3   6 to y> Average Ptice     3   71-h �0 a to 5: c to o- o to oo 0 to 00 o 10'co O IO.. CO. O to'dl l,�ittr. IttX'o D.'irh 0:t'o Ditto 61 d t-4 o-(4 o So o 32 o to 00 to,'6|i to' 00 t� 52 to 38 MEETINGS OF CREDITORS FOR THE ENSUING'WE�K. DIVIDIiNDS. R.. Branson andW, Aaher, Great Wigstoti, Leketter, worsted makers,.................. at White Hart Inn, iecester _I_IT- and W. C. Lake, merchants,..............Liverpool, 13 APPSAJJ.ANCES. F, Engleheart, Cannon-street, C^thfaflor..........Guildhall J. Elston, Leicester, iron-monger, Three C rowns, Leicester, l'. Knibbs andj. Hipkston, late of Rope-maker's-aUeVj Moor- . fields, 1 ron-foniKfers,.........................Guildhall, r. Jones, of Maid-lane,5t. Saviotir'j.SouthWark, Grocer,..Do, !j. Pavies, Grocer,VVappiag High-street,................Do. Kra. Fied. Eckhards, SI sane-street, payef-staincr.:......Do. r.Pritchaid,King-street, Goideiirsquare, Iron-monger,. .Do. S. Booth, Adam-5t. St. Mary-ie-bone, painter and glazier, Do H. Ramsden, Bethwin's Rents, Walworth,____...........Do. Do. ..Do. ..Do. ..Do. '   DIVIDENDS. J. Shakeshaft and H. Stirup, Caceaton-stfeec, Iiqea-ej(Spe-t^^&itrry, cfieesento^ger,] - ....:;". V a pre ab. *"lsfcES. ; Jos: Bmr> lKBwj_4i6atar,*mjff-malCsri- 'it -SWan, Jua;street, ,i .., i....... Birmingham, �...',....v. >-> #s&43utVm\ fjtoi ta ^ttdd^neJ^y-OTkshire,: .....:.iA,:V-.eoSefr-ho'flsey BitliwicSomeise11 Thes. Chesshire, late of MaD�bester,^eottaiv- manufac\urer, .............,.(..,. Qjteetr't Head,Bolton, Lancajhirej " DIVIDENDS, bhar. Spackihan, lat* of Bath^raker, ... ,Yorfc Hpiiss, JJath> APPEARANCES. Joi. Buce^of Birmhigttam, spiiff-nialier, at Sv^n, Buil-street: ...........'.'�"..<'....'�.  ......Biraiinghanj, Jairtes Mellor, a.e'yoiSfgeV, John MeJlflf, ^nd Eldimiod MetlbrJ '     late of VVool^le.f7*owa End,'Kirtetmrton. Yorkshire/ clothiers, at the R�se aod, Crosvft, Jnir, .in HuitfefsrWia, lRd. Hewlet, of Walcbt^ Somersetshire, builder, Argyle . .Catree-hpjiseji Bathwick, Somersetshire, [Jn. Simpson and Cornelius O'SfKen, Bread-street, Warehouse. Ife,......... ^.. .'.GnildhaJJ,; riM.. '-\- - �    - �4 |Hen. !Um&iJeo,'of B.ethwin's E Win. Hasluia, of Ievizes", Jer, Befikt of CarHsle, therce; -atj^tftopjeefper,".. ..Giuidhall,i P% H-cigh� and-Wm. Mill�, otVCrisjoI, linen-tlMpers, K P6S-! ........-...............-csa fnp, St.Thotnas's,Bristol, APPEARANCES.      " A. JefTery TbprArW, 0orset'shiret.d�il?f. tin eattlp, sx. the I     ____.____-.....MertrmitfiYeovll, Somersetshire, R. Waring Bridlingjon, Yorkshire:, grocer, at tab Whitirj .....",.^..'.�...........----.HartjiClngston-tipon-Hnll, T^Bfoadaan,, N anches , tallow-chancUerj Spencer's Tavern, ...... .-�'......i......�.........,1..Manchester, J.JLowe, Sheriieyford;, �ancasl\ire� dealer, at the Bull's Head, ...................-........ ..,......... Manchester, E, Godtel, Jan. St. D�nstati's-hill,. wine merchant,. daiWhall^] W.-.W�igbt, New Roa*--^--, Sfi Mary-le-bo'hfci'cbachrmakea, ................................................Do. Bell, Bttnhill-Row, Moorfie/ds, watch-maker,;;.".Do. Lythall, fen. and R.. Lythall, Covehtry, Staplers, at the ................................King'sHea.3, Coventry, Davis, late of Wapping High-street, man's mercer,Guildhall,j 5am. Booth, late of Adam-street, St. Mary-le-boue, painter ......................................and glazier, Do. Geo. Fawell and J. Ambrose, Titcbbourne-street, Westminster, linen-draper......................,........Do. Geo. Byrne, late of Vere;stree.rOxford-street, hatter._____Do. T. Pritchard, of King-sweet, Golden.square, iron-monger, Do. Wm. Haslam, of Little Bolton, Lancashire, leather-culter, at: ..............................the Cross Axes, Bolton, Js. Bronn, of Biownfow-street, St. Giles, Grocer... .Guih-'hall,'; John Smith, of Esher, Surry, grocer....................Do. Joha Fmshsrd, of theStraad, Eroker, ...-...............Do, DIVIDENDS. T. Clarkson, Bnrr-�reet, Wapping, ship-owner,.Do J. James and Wm. Brown, Great liueen-street, Lincoins^Inn iieids, glass-grinder,..............................Do. |Tho. Slack, late of Manchester, grocer, White I.yon, 'Hangin; ' ........................ .........Ditch, Manchester. Thoi. DadJey and Susannah Palmer, widow, late of Birmingham, dealers,.................. Union-Inn, Birmingham. CERTIFICATES. John Spence, of Peter-street, Sofco, upholder,................ James Longman and Francis Fane Bvoderip, of Cheapsidc,1 musical instrument-makers..........,.................. W. M. Candlisli, Piggs Lee Bridge, Bury, Lancashire, Dyer, I'hos. Benton, �f Birmingham, liutton-maker,............ Mark Dawes, ef Littte Tower Hill, upholsterer,..........., ]ame; Benton, of Birmingham, Button-maker,------,........., 1 hoi. (ifeeory, of King's Arms yard, merchant,............, John Ingham, of Al'dersgate-sfrcet, money-scrivener........ Rich. P.rdt'ord, of the King's Aims, Kent Road, Surry, vie tualler,.....................................---- Jane t)ean', e-f Edmotium, linen-draper..................... John Butler, late of Belfont, victualler,..................____ J* v. o a. COURSE OF EXCHANGE. TUESDAY,  MAY 3. Amsr-erdani,..... Do. ro Days Date, Rnrteidarn, .... ' Hanikirgh, .... 33 ^0 Altdna......... 33 - Paris, 1 Jav'sdare, Ditto, 2 Usance, ' Bourdcaux, ... Cadiz,  ....... M-drid, Kiiboa,'...;... l.cgJtoni,...... '.Genoa, ......� Venice,'....... Lisbon, ....... Ojvi'to,' ......... 71 . Dublin,',.':,.....9. FRIDAY, MAY 6, Amsterdam, - Do. 10 Days Date, Rotrerdam, .... Hnmburgti, .... 13 10 Altona',........ 33 11 PaTis.idny'sdate, Ditto, 2. Usance, Bowrdeaox, - Cadiz,.'........ Madrid, ....... Bilb'oS,   ....... Leghorn,...... Genoa, ....... Venice, ....... Lisbon, .V..... Oporto, ;...... Dublin, ......� z| U. < Q 'A O tot if 11 13 ro. 11 < a oi �o H < '4 5UN.DAV AFTER ASCENSION DAY. CHURCH SBRVICE. \Mortitttg, 1st Lesson, lit Kings, chirp, xx, 1   ?y Lesson, Matthew, chap. vi. \Evening, u't Listen, 1st Kings, ch�p. xxi.' id Lessen, Matthew, chap, -vii* '  Psalms for the Day the Month HIGH WALTER At LONDON BRIDGE. Mtrrnirrg,:'$g tnik'af.z-Afternoon, 18 rriin. af. 3. Sun rises 23 min. after 4-Jfers 37 miti. jfter 7. Easter Tehji Ends.' i Prince ^iliiam of Gloucester takes His degteej of Dodbar of Laws at Cambridge. Session at GdiidhalK High Water-M'or.^jir^fc'3-�Afterj 57'm.aF. 3., PARtJAMillTA^Y B05Ii�ESS. Report of the CotBrtjife.of Hie'Cubing ButcJier'i Peti- "\         . 1 Committee of the wMe'HaU^e oa     Alien: Bill: Slavc Carrying BUI Co�BS�mce. Sessions of Oyer and Terminer ^MijJ^I sex, at Sessions Housed Cletkenwell.   :" Court of Kustiags at GuUdhaJU ,E^h'W46^^J3^^^,-;a�'^Afte,r. 44 to, af. 4.; Mr>^x'*:Motirjn,~-�HTitScState."if the Natidii, is ap- pointed for thi*<,
                            

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