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   Bells Weekly Messenger (Newspaper) - July 3, 1796, London, Middlesex                                '� WEEK N�- 10.] SUNDAT, MBS �PRICE6D. LONDON MARKETS. CORN EXCHANCE. Monday, Jo ie 17.-Had but 3 short supply of English Wheat, add few buyers, the sa'c was in contr.-u � re heavv,and full is. per qr. lower; the inferior weie scarce saleso1 - \ good supply of Norfolk Barlcv, which was from is. to 2s. per qi. !0W: ; best samples sold at 30s. the latter part of the market.-Fine Malt       rather scarce, and sold as last week._Rye aid Peasr saaic as last advice,' but 'I icks pretty plentiful, and nesr u. lower; h.ijrlish Oats was rather heavy. July 1.-Our arrivals, and Buyers; since Mondav, hare been verv ie*. '1 .-.e present Sue weather has so water-ally affc&ci the minds p'f the Meatmen, true wheat has comparatively no sale. c.'u!;.tM t'aicg_qF grain for -i,H(-. um-.kk. Wheat---- Fine p- - ,?ign �J,). iia.'.fi do. Rve...... Btr'ry Fiae Mal"-i; ale    y-ao. 'i.?p 1'case MONDAV S. S.d. 60 Co 7:0 76 to So j.-; to co o 70 to 74 o1 aS to 32 o 21 to 26 o, ?.S to 30 6 36 to 4t o o to 00 3'j to 35 PI fridai s.      s. d. o to  0 o 23 to.31 ?.S to 28 13 C & WALES. Beans  .. 38s   lid. Pease .. 44.-:. 9d ! Oaimeal 84s. sd. ; Bitr ----    OS.   od. scut LAN t� .. 295. 7d-..   �. 5. 10a. ..   20S      O''. .. 26s.   3d AVERAGE PRICE OF SUGAR, from  returns  made  in  week  ending june �0. Sugai, per cwt. exclusive Of Importation Duty,______... 3I. as. id. i-f ,   PRICE OF SEEDS AT CORN EXCHANGE. MONDAY. Red Clnver..... White Do..... Tret oil.*....... Turnip........ R ye. Grass...., Cinquefoil .... Raoe Seed .... Fciday, July 1 -Rane seed, 9s. -While, do..7^ ditto. ' .        " s. 20 to 20 to 5 to 11 to 12 to 23 to o to s. 84 per cwt. 3o Do. 40 Do. 28 per bush 24 perqr., 40 Do. o per last ,-The market very od.' to 10s. per bm to 10s, do.-Hemp, FRIDAY.      s. s. Ditto..........2o to   84 per cwt;' Ditto..........20 to   So Do. Ditto.......... 5 to   40 Do. Ditto..........-11 to   28 perbush. Ditto..........12 to   24 per qr. Ditto..........28 to   40 Do. Foreign RcJClo. o to   -Qr-pe^'cwt. dull-the nlanf promising ajmudance., tiet;-Brown;Musiard, 75^19 14s. od. do. os. to 6s. 6d. do ~-Cai\3tfvysr 6i\ "PRICE OJ? HOPS monday.		.1 friday.	monday				friday. Ba^-s. 1. s.	1.	s. [ I;  s.      1 s.	Pkts.   1. s.		1.	s.	1. s.       I. s. Kant.. 3 10 to	5	o,3 ic to 5  0	Slent.j. 4 to	to	6	0	4 10 t� 6 0 Sussex 3 io to	5	0J3 10 to s   0	Sussex 4 to	to	6	c	4 10 to 6  0 Essex   3   6 to	4	143   0 to 4 14	Fafnh.^s 10	to	6	6	3 10 to 6 ;& Friday,. July l.-1 he Plantations every where improving very last, and those Binrs which a fortnight shice were very backward a;;d. weakly, a*re now the. most -.flourishing, and promise a crop.-Market very dull, and very lew firfe of either cuntiy to be met with.-T he duty la.dat 9O.O0O1. and 1 00.000I. for .the whole kingdom.' HAY AND STRAW FOR THE WEEK AT SMITH FIELD. tUesdAy.       1      Thursday! .. 1- S.-.   1.   s. .  1.   s.     I.   s. Hay ---- S   5 to 5 i^jHay .... 5 10 to 6   o Clover .. 5   5 to s isjCIover .. 5 II to 6   cj Straw   ..2   O to 2   4(Straw   ..2   o to 2  6 Saturday,. July ,2.-The Prices at:St- James jatuRDAY. ,1. s.    1.  s. Hay ____ S 15 to 6   6 Clover :. 6 O '.06 e Straw .. '2 4 to 2 10 's this day were-Hay, Saturday,. July ,2.-;] ne rrices ac:o[. james s tnis �ay were-nay, 4l- 14s. 6d. to 61.:10s.-Straw, 21. 14s. to 3I. 12s.-Dirto, at Whifechapel- Hay. si. os. to 5!. izs. od-Clover, 5I. 16s. to 61. 10s. od.-Straw, 4,1. 4s. to 2|. tis.        . ,  . SMITHFIELD. TO sim THE  OFFAL-FER STONE OF 8 I.B. MONDAY. FRIDAY, s d. s. d.|s. d. s. d. Veal.. 3 6 to 4 6(3 o to 4 o Pork., s o to S .lis mo j S S'.OVUAV. FRIDAY. s. d.  s- d. s. d. s. A.' Beef.. 3 o b J 6J3 2 to 38 Mutton 3 o to 3 613 0 to 3 0 Lamb  3  2  to 3  813 2 to 3 6 Monday-Beast 1,650-Sheep and Lambs 11,100. Friday-Beast 500-Sheep and J.a;:il>s 5,400. -   >EWGAT� A-ND LEADE^UALL. M�NDA,V.' s. d.       s. d. Beef.. 28 to 3   S D. in L. .... . Mutton 3 4 to I- R1DAY. d.  v s. d 3 o to 3 10 4 O to 5 o O 3 6 to 4 2 SIONDAY.     .   I .FRIDAY., s. d.      s. d.is. d.     a  d. Lamlj  3 8' to 4 8 <3 10 to c 10 Veal.. 30 to 4  4J3 1 q to 4 10" Pork.. 40 to s   014   8 to 5 0 PRICE. OF TALLOW IN LONDON. , ,     &ION loAiKi. (pfcr stone ^ i )i).J,.s. d. St. James is MAr; ...; 3   s WhitecljapaTJilarket .S.. ' J  7 Average Price 3   7 j->, TownTallo^(percwt.) 62 o Russia Do. (cand.).... 62 o Russia Do. (Soap).... 62 o Melting Stuft'.....;.. 54 o Ditt > Rough ........ 40 o Graves ...".......... 10 o Good Dregs  ........ 10 o Yellow Soap ........ 72 o Mottled Soap ........ 78 o Cnrd 7">iiro .....:____ 820 to 00 to .6s to cc to 00 to 00 to 00 to 00 to CO to 00 to 00 Ditto.... Ditto... Ditto... d. 71-h Average Price 3	e 10	9 3	7 Ditto .j............. 6: o to 00 Ditto :............. 62 u 10 64 Ditto.............. ci o to 00 Ditto :,............. 50 o'to 53 Ditto   ..........'.... 37 o to 40 Ditto............ . 10 j to CO Ditto.............. 9 o to co D;tto   .............. Dit'O  .............. Ditto  ----'......---- COAL EXCHANGE FOR THE WEEK. NEWCASTLE.	to.	w		F.		NEW CASTLE.	M		w		F. 	d.	s.	d.	s.	d.		s.	d.	s.	d.	s. i Adairs-main,....		33	6	33	6	Walbottle,   ____			3 3	3	 flenton,........	35   0	35	6	3 5	9	WalKer.   ......			36	3	 Blyth,     ......		36	9			Walsend,     ____			37	0	 Biggs-main, ....		30	3	36	9	Wellington, ....	35	6	3^	0	36 8 Gateshead,  ....		31	6						3 3	0	 		36	6								 Heaton-main, ..		3o	3			SUNDERLAND					 Hebborn-main,..	35   9	36	e	3�	9	Bedford-main, .			3'	9	 	-	34	9l35		0	foundry, ......					31 6 Pontop,........		31	0(33		O	Bourn-moor,   ,.	32	9	3*	c	33 0 . South-moor,____		32	9			Rtuseirs-main,..			3*	9	 Tanfield moor,..		33	I-	1							3> 9 SKLNS.											 		s. d		s.	q.		1	. s. d.		1.	s. d. Sheep Shearlings	....	0 a	to -o		8	Kid Skins per 100 in					 Wool Fells, from ....		�>	3 to 3		6			0	6 to 7		0 0 		I 6	to 2		I	Kid Skins dressed.	 3	0	0..	12 0 0	 DIARY. SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY; Dog Days begin. HIGH WATER AT LONDON BRIDGE, iVTor. 14 m. af. Midnight.-After. 48 m. af.-i2. New Moon 5it 11-Night. High Water-Mor. ri mi. af. r.- After. 54 mi. af. 1. Old Midsummer-I>ayi High Water-Mor. 24"nr. af. 2.^-After. 53 m. af. 2. Days 16 jhbuts;22 minutes long. . ' 'r Days,dccreas^i^^rflJiiUces./ . � ;u^'-j; �^.'Sl>!^%^^^�^^^^^       3--^After.       af.I?. I HjglrWatdr-^Mpp^ rrt. .afi 3;-Aft. 16 lit. af. 4, Cambridge.'Terav-ends....  - Hijlv.Wdi.er- Mor. 31 m. af. 4.-After. 52 m. af.4. Night-^7 hours 42 minutes Jong. High Water^-Mor. ia m. af. g.-After. 31 m. 5- RAW HIDES,. tuesday.     s. d.    s. d.' EestHeifersKSteers 2 6 to 2 10 Middling ........2   o to 2 4   , Ordinary........ 1 10 to 2 2 Market Skins ...   8   6 to 9 o Foreign.Hides salted (perlb.).'----o o too 31-h Ditto,-Dry, do.....o    to o . J friday.    s. d.:     s. d. Ditto.......... z Ditto......... 2 Ditto.......... I Ditto.......... 8 Ditto..........o Ditto____. 6 to 2 10 o to 2 4 10 to 2 2 6 to g. a O to o  3i-h o o to p  5 LEATHER Af LEADENHALL-per lb. > < O in W P H Butts, 6oto"7olb; .................. Ditto, 48 to 501b. .................. Merchants Backs,.................. "Dressing Hides,'  ................� Fine Coach Hides,.....,---- Crop Hides heavy.................. Flat Ordinary ...................... Calf Skins, 40 to 6olb. per doz, .. Ditto........70 to 8olb............... Ditto,.......90 to uolb.   .......... Large Seals, per doz............... Tanned Horse Hides* per Hide Price of Bark per Load-14I. ......   16' "to 17 ......   i3,to 14 ....... �3i to. I3i ...... 11$ to 13 ..... ij| to 14 �..... *3i to I4 ..... 12J to 13 ..... 23  to 27 * ..... 24 to 25 .....    21    tO 23 ..... ijo to J 70 14.   tO 28 ios. to 1.61, os. * COURSE OF "EXCHANGE FOR THE WEEK. ti3esday,"j0ne 7. Amsterdam, -Do.io Days Date, Rotterdam,..... Hamburgh, .... 33 - 9  2 U. Altona,......... 33 10 .z$U. Paris, 1 day's date, ^ Drtto, 2 IJsance, Sburoeaux, .... Cadi?, ........ 3
                            

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