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British Press (Newspaper) - February 2, 1820, London, Middlesex Number 5353. LONDON,, WEDINESDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1820 Viiick 7d. 1 NATIONAL IMONUMEN'l' OK SCXVibANli ROCEKDINGS. of tl-e- COMMITTER on _ live NATIONAL ^IO^l;ME^T .of SCOTLANJ), hflrf �t Ediiiliuieli on Wnliifsdiiy, iheSfi'li Jaiuisry, 1S2(); .! I'rcRrnl-The Karl of Wemjras and 'Mafch;'llie G>rl of MHoselKiy; Lmil BelliHien.; Li)r.l ItiiU.j ll)i--,Loi;4 JuHi'-e CU-rk ; l.oiii Baiwintyne ; Sir Rolxri Oick, of Presionfield, Bar!.; Sir Micbucl Sli�H> Stewart, B�ri.; Sir Jamfs PerjroBon, of Kilkjiran, Bart.; Georral Kraiiria Dundtn j Miijor�Geiir-ral Hope; Vice. Aiiiiiir.i) Praser; Kivfrcud I'rincipal B uril; Gilbert Hnlrhison, Esq. De|iii|y Jiulee Atlv'ocalc ; Doclor ' GiOfrory, M.D. ; IJr. 'lope, MD.; Rotieri Uownie, Esq. of � Appiii ; Mr. Borllnvick, yOHUgcr, of Crookstor.e ; Willjam j Arl>iil!iiiol, Esq. TnistrcB Office ; Kiricaiil MKenzie, E�q.; | Claud Knissell, Ejq. accinintdnt ; Jolm Ferrier-, Esq W S. ; j William Inglis, E>q. W.S.j John Kussell, Esq. W.S. j i Robert JohnRlon, Esq. f The Right Hou. (lie Earl of WEMYSS and MARCH in I lie Cliair. Tlir .Serrf tnry slated (liat, ajreeably to the instniclioiis of llie Ciiiiimitlff", fcmiained In itjeir Mlunteof llie JulV I la.tr. Uf hati Iraiisinitteil tlur-AIiiiisterd of tlie Giuircli .vf | So'llaud- . I The Rcsolnlions of the General Meelinf of >'oble- ; men anil Ginntlraien, held at E(liut>ur�;li on the 24ib fc- I bnisry bst, liis Grace the Diikeof Allioll in the Cliair. | 2dly, The Resolutions of the Committee nppoinli-d by the ; General Meelinf, hearing date the 13ih March last, Lord ; Rollo in the Chair. ! jJly, The I'rocetdlnjs and Resolnlions of the ComiBillee j of Ibi" 2'2d J�\y, 1S19, the Earl of Riorloti in tlie Chair; I lofff Iber with the rerommendalion of the General Assembly '� of the Church of Scotland, accontpallied with an earnest and ' rcspi clful icqueit, that the Reverend Gentlemen would take [ ^ncb measures as mi^ht appear to them best caltulaled for | prumolinj, in their respective Punshe.o, the ol.'ject of these : Rcsoluiiuns, and of the recumniciidatton of tiie General ^ C*ipirHof the Resolutions of the Genernl Meeting, and of ; ^ the Cuinnntlep, were also, apfr�'pal>Iy to appointment, trans- [ Mii I led to the Commanding Odicers of Local Militia, Yio-'^"..J Miaiiry, and Volunteer Corps, wiili a req'iest that they would i 1,1 �;'n-i.- thtir countenance lo the General SubsiriplioH in aid l 111' i|u-Niilional Moi.nmenl. ' A1lliou>;li every possible, and indeed the most ob'ijiuff fa- ] rililics �i le given in the department of the Post ollice, : ^ �hose very patriotic and respectable Secretary, Mr. Kerr, ; Iraiiked, in the course of the antumn, no fcvier than : ilispalclies ; although every possible facility was, in the haiid-s.miest manner, rendered in the Ailjulnnt-General's depart-^ iiHiil, hy fiirniBhiiifr lists of the Veonsaury, Local Militia, and ^ Vidunleer Corps} and although the Agent for the Cliuicb of ^Si'oiland furnished tnost promptly the rccomuienilatiun of S llu General Asseaihly; yet owin^ to the unavoidable delay iKciulani on so much detail, it �as, as the Cotninillee might ^ t'Jsily conceive, far aJiMticed in the autumn beftire (be vari-^ Oils docnincuts, and the cirgraved plan of the intended !\To-^ nttiuent, could be put in circuUtiou ; and if uny of (hem ^ ^liniild not have reached the places of their deslitiutiun, lie tl; hoped siicb ah occurrence would be ?scribe(J to accident, " ,1!!'! uol tu ffny iniriitioiial overBigUt. Tlwfro h'ls -tlicrefore i^ctyi scarcely time for any general muvri.teiit, or to receive returns front the clergy, or from the Comwaoilcrs of tlie Yeomanry �ud Volunteer Corps; he had, bowiver lo tiiention coiitributioDs from the parishes of Folvv.iitb and Currie, aveiaging at the rale of It)/, per ^ parish, w hich he hoped would be the average amount of vharts iiud donations over Scotlaml. He bad also to ac-tiiiiwieihgc returns from the Elgin and BforayBliire bat-lalion, Comprehending the Elgin, Forres, Speyrooulh, and Porhaber companies;-'tvhttse officers have paid their sub-scriptloiy into the branch of the bank of the British Liueu Company at Elgin. The gallnnl 7lst rejitnenl have also, be was infoimrd, tubs-Tfiilird a day's pay. He had ibe salisfaclion of reporting a list of additional sub5.cr>ptions, respectable both in number and value, ob-i.'iiiud since last meeting of the Committee lu the end of July ; and there would he found sraongsl the subscribers se-,. veral Ladies of distincliuii. [Here the Secretary read some i of Ibc leading names iu the subscript ions.] Ail tiie banks in Edinburgh, with tlieir country braiirhes, he stated, bad obligingly agreed to act as cashiers, and lo i>pcn an acronnt for the NatloHsl Monument; and Sir William Turbes and Company Lave alfo ugr.cied, iii (he hand-I sumest manner, to act as general tre.isurers. The Coni-miiloi-, llie subscribers, and the country, be said, were most Meicome to bis bumble and gratuitous services as Sccielary, lo which he had, f'lom the coinuicncenienl, resolved strictly lu cotitiue liis duties. Me WHS glad to report, that while the nubscriiilinn at hoHie is daily increasing, and must increase, the sulncrip-tion abruati, tu the East and West Indies, and 'in the Itri-tish settlements in every quarter of the globe, is at this ino-lOcni, he had every reason to believe, proceeding uiidjr (be must favourable auspices. In proof of this da he begged leave to read an article in The Edmhurgh Star, with which the Editor obligingly furnished him last night, containing extracts from 77ie Royal. Jamaica Gazette, which shew that our counlrynien ib the U'esteri'i Heini-Bpherc have taken up the subject, agreeably lo the recommendations of the general mct-lings held at Edinburgh and Ixindon iu spring last, and every account la. vo^red the presurpptjon that the subscription from Jamaica, and our olherVVest India Colonies, whose Governors were also wriitLU to, would b'e iQosl liberal; and it is well known that the Marquis of Hastings hi India, and the Earl of Dalbnnsic in .America, will give every possible impulse to ihe measuie. ^ Till re was not yet, bowcTcr, sufficient time to receive repoits from those remote parts, the ditpatchcs having only hei n sent out afltr the Loudon meeting in the end of May lust. He.coucluded by expressing a hope, that the foundation �ilone of express thanks to their Secretary, for his riuitinued Zeal and exertions in promuViug the cause of the Natioual iVloiiumeut. ADDITIONAL .SOftSCniPTIONS. 1st, i.adiI':s. Countess of i>|oray....................... Lady Ann Stuart'.......'................ .. Lidy f.r'Hce J^Migfasi.,......'......'..... Lady Shaw Stewart ......... .Ijidy Abeicruwliy........................ Lady iMacGregor Mnrny........'.... 4. .. The Houuitrable Mrs. Huyle................ The Hunourifble Miss Hollo................ Miss Ayloun............................ Miss Ayionn.............,........... IMiss Isabella 4)'(^nn...................... Airs. Crawford.................-.......... AIiss Greig.............................. The Hon. Mrs. llnnler .................... Miss Maiiun Wilson, !\]urrayiihall.......... Miss Lilly Wilson, diiu................... Miss Janet Wilson, dillo.................. 2r), NOULliSIKN AND C F.NTLEM E!5. The Right Hon. Lord Duuu'Ias.....'......... The ilight Hon. the Earl of >Slralhinore ...... Lord Colville............................ Loi d i'oi'bes .................... Lord Chief Commissioiur.................. .Messrs. Fate and Cooper.................... Mr. Clugslon ......'...................... Sir John M'Pherson, Bart................. George Home DrumnuMul, E.'x]. of Blair Drum-moiid.................................. Rev, V Alolli.'^on, rtliui:'ter of U .ilsloii........ Cicuenil Cautpbell, Moitric................. Capl. 1'. Campbell, U N. iS'oi lliiinil>rrland-slr'et Sir .Sjieas .M'lnlush, of Jl'Inlosh, B.wt. per !\!r. .�Nl'lnlush, Grcjt King.streel.............. Mailhmd Gibson, E^i|. of (Mifloii Hall........ Sir lllay Campbell, Barl.................... GeKcr li Sir J.lnies Kui.ti, Hart.............. -. Wnuebup. Esq. of Edmunsl(iiie.......... Ptter Sjnirs, Ivij of CL-;lcreich.............. Alex. S;t!ilh, E^q. B'i!i!;ir .................. Alex. Douglas, E o. W.S.................. Joiio .Marshall, slalu:)ry.................... J;iuieB Millar, .M.D. Bro^vn's-Kipiare.......... Wm. H. l.iz.trs, 3, Jiuue.s's square .......... David Alesaiider, w-i-Iier, Etliiihursjh ...... Alex.Slrach^in, Esq A^si.^lallt.CoIIlmi'.s.lry.Gcn. !Mi, M'Reildie, booselirr, E'linburoh ........ Wm. Watson, Editor of fhe Correspondent .. Capt. John Thomson...................... .Major Charles Lenox Ciiiiiining, of Koscisle .. Cul. Alexander MacGregor iMuiray.......... Lewis Gordon, E-q ....................... John O. Brown, Esq. W S.................. Alexander Bong, St. Andrew's-streit...... John Craig, iiimes's-tquare................. Duncan Stinpaiiy, and Commercial Bank. Geneuat. TitKAsui'-tus-Sir William Forbes, niiJ J. Huntsraml Co. MICHAEL LINMNG, S-cy. Siibscriplioii papers lie at all the above Banking Offices in town aud connlry. aud al the Secretarj's Chambers, 20, Hill-Streel, Edinburgh. This dav is published, in two volumes,royal vo. price 2Valkinsim R. B. Cooper, Eq. Hcv. T. B Po-ell . Mr. Alderman Birch R.v. W. K.Hay It, Wihiiiig, Esq. � /. ? 2 5 b 5 0 1. 0 S 5 S5 II 25 0 5' 5 2 1 0 6 0 �5-. 0 lono 5 0 io � b 5 0 6 5 5 Kev. Dr. Ridley 'J Pre.Htou, Esq. liev. /'Tomliu Colonel Brown 'Risllere::i;h 50 0 1 Dr Loras Lord Dudley Ward 100 0 : The .Mayor of Hertford 1 0 2 0 I 3 1 i 3 3 i 1 1 L, Hick,'.-, E.�q. J, vv jsoii, :-.fif. J. D. P...rcher. F.sq. . 10 10 J. Chri-lie, Esq. 3 3 The Trustees of the Uie LniJ Crewe's Charily Bishop ip'f U.icliesler 10 10 Sonlhainpti'ii Committee I^Ir. Assey n�^�. D:-. Uil-ress Riv J. T. ^^�;i^'ress R. v. H. Moi-es Kev, J. I'.i2e H Sikes, E-q, J. Turlnv. Ks(]. Rev. J. r. li,; Kev G Culei iJ;;e ?i)r. S. ijeaiit Biossct .Mr. Aii.l\rick lUv, J, I). Hasller S i!i-ibt!i \ (,'oimnillee 10 0 Ml ssis, Ilatth.iid and Sail Rev. J. Kalr!i:-.rd M iss Thoyls .Miss S. Tiioyls P. .M'l.acliiaii, Esq. llcv. ^V. Duihalll Krv C. Crawley J. G. Williams,'Esq. Rev. II. P..It Hon. and IJ.v. H.CusI 10 0 Rev. K. Milles ' - 2r P Hadow, E-q. Rev. D. Sinihnii R. .S'lillou. E-q. 5 Rev. Dr. iM.ilil.v 5 Rev. C. P..Buriicy- 11)10 Mr. Clode - 1 0. Viscoanless Ly. ,Brid- port .' 10 The RfiirqUis of Blitf &0 Kev.'I'. Burrow 5 R. G Borfool, Esq. 5 J Bale, Esq. . 5 Ktv Arcluleacan Law 10 0 Ri v. 'I'. Buwdh r 2 2 Mrs. M. Burton 0 0 Bishop of Bath and WelU - 30 0 Arclideucon England 5 0 Rev. Dr. F. Pigolt Rev. H. Iloskins Mrs-Keeiie -Rev, E. H.iwkins Rev. M. Pennington Rev. D. Hall I'elerborough Committee - 15 0 Rev. S. Courtney I 1 Boltoo-le.Moors Com- uiillee - 10 0 1 1 ' Rev. G. Smith 1 1 1 I T. Carter, E^q. 1 Rev. J. I'riee 1 Rev. W R Willson 1 R. J. .M. Niblock 1 G N-cliol.sou, Esq. 1 100 0 ! Mr. J. Canning 1 ' C. M.Campbell, E^q. 2 T. Byrou. Esq. 1 10 10 ; R.ar-Admiral Gosselin 1 2 5 i Mr. Greenrll 1 5 5 ' Rev. H. P. pys 1 5 5 i R. Hey, E-q. 2 5 5 i .Mr. C. Brill-reman 1 3 3 VV. Deui. Esq. 2 10 0 1 Captain Baker 5 0 I E. Christian ft 0 I Lord Dacre 5 0 C. Baker 10 10 R.Jacob, E=q. 3 3 I C. E. Rumbold, E-q. 5 j A, .Meelkerke, Esq. Rev. A Gusseii I S. N Heatbcoli, Esq, 2 I!ev. Dr. Balten 1 Rev. J. K. .Mullbns 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 2 1 1 i 2 2 j 1 1 i 5 5 ! 1 0 I 3 0 i 5 5 ' 2 0 1 I 5 5 3 3 0 I Sir C. Smith 0 5 0 5 0 5 5 10 10 1 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 2 0 C. Casw�ll,-F-sq. 3 3 Rev F. W Franklin 1 1 E. D. II. RadelilTe, Esq. 2 2 J. M. Piersoii, Esq. 1 1 .Mr. G. Beaver 10s. Gd. W. Wiltshire, Esq.  2 2 Arclideacon Watson 3 3 T. Nicholson, E-q. 1 1 H. Cow per, E-q 5 5 A Friend to the Cause 5 5 Mis Hadsley 1 1 Rev H. Law - 1 1 >V.Smi*, Esq. & 5 Rev. T. Loyd 1 1 T. Biistow^sil. -->-- 1- 1 Mrs. Crabb - 1 1 He. BaroiK - 10s. OJ. W. A. Slauderl, Esq. 2 2 J. Baker, Esq. - 1 1 Jobu Lilford 25 0 A. Mitchell, Esq. 3 Rev. R. R. |-l4>ustowii 1 Rev. A. Houalown 1 llcv. C. W. Slocker Krv. J. Burgess Rev. B. Woodd J. Alexander, Esq, M.P. Rev. f. Hutton Rev. Edward Smyth 3 2 G, H. Ward, Esq. 5 5 Rev. E. Patlesoii 3 3 Rev. H. H, Haves 5 5 W. Csrdale, Esq. 5 5 Rev. II. J.Ridley 5 5 Rev. M. S. Smith R. Twining, lisq. J. Twining, Esq. .Mrs Du^ipa, per Archdeacon Watson 30 LAMENTED DE.VIH OF THE KING. LACK -l>-lter lo Adam Sutiih......... 0 l-j I Bishop Watson's Apology/[or the Bible .......... 6 5 ] Bisho^i Gibson's three Pa'stuiul Letters on Iiifide- I lily, 3d, each, or together.................... 0 6 Lord Lytleltou's Observations on the Conversion of .St. Paul ................................... 0 4 Bishop Siierlock's Trial of the Witijei-ses.......... 0 6 Hear both Sides-Witnesses for and against Ihe B:ble,4ir per down, Gd. quarter liundrtd, lOd. half huudied, or ls.3ii' per hundreil, Seriptore llie Guide of Life; fid, per dozen, lOd.quarter hundred,, Is, lid, half hiip>dred ; or 2s. fid. per hiindrcil. Reasons for retainingChriiiliahily ; lOd. pcrdozen, Is 9c!. quarter hdiiditd, Bs. half-hundred, (�r53.4d. per liiuidred. 'the I'nih-liever copviiictd ; 8d. per dozen. Is. 2d. quarter hundred, 2s. half liuudreil, or3s.(Jd. per hundred. The Blind Quide, or ThouiaH Paine igiioraiit of llie Brblv ; .Gil.' [i^r diia�u, ^Od. qtiarlei' hundred, Ja. fid. half hundreil, or 2s. Cd per liuiidred. The Abaudoued and Peuitoiit'Blasphtfitjer; or. The DeSlh-beds of-Voilatrc and Lord Hochpsler; .fid. per dozen, lOil. quarter hundred. Is. 6d. half hijiulr�(},,pr 2s,6d. per Imndreil. - .TJifBifalff.ihe Woril pf GuJ.'i'n a'l)ialogiie betwceu a Be- lirver and an L'ubeliever; 8d per dozen, l8.2il. quarter bundle;), '-'s. half hnn.lred, or 3s. 6d. per biilldred. Uiu.i, niiiliigiie I! : lOd. p.T ilozen, Is 9J. qnnrtfl hundreil, 3s. h.iiniiiiiilred, or 5s. 4d per hundied Judgmiiii of Reason, upon ihe Eviilmees uf the Christian Religion. Iu Two more Dialogues, bri-*ecii-i Believer and ail Unbeliever, Dialogue 1,, It, 2d, per dozen, 2�, quarler hliudrtd, 3s. 6d. half hundred, 01 Cs.8il.per hundred. bill!', Dialogue II. Pari I ; lOd, per dozen. Is, 9d. quarter hundreil, 33. half hundreil, or 5s, 4d, per hundred. Ditio, (lillo. Part 11 ; Is. 2.1 per dozen, 2s. quarler bun. dred, 3s. Gd. halfhuurired ; or Os. 8d, per hundred. An Appeal lu Reasoo-Deism luiil Christianity contrailed ; 4il. per do7iti, 6d, rjuarlcr hundred, lOd. .half hundred, or Is. 3d. pi r hniidred. Thi; HBiiest F.irmer's Politics and Religion. A Dialogue, 8d. per d zen. Is. 9iJ. quarter hundred, 23'. half hundred, or 9b. 61I. per hwidred. A Christian Address on the Present Times; fid. per dozen, lOd. quarter hundred. Is. 6d. half hnndieJ, or 2s. 6d. i per hundred A Coiiveisaiion between Two Poor Men ; 4d. per dozen, 1 6,1. per quarler hundred, lOd. half hundrtd, or Is. 3d. per ; hui.i.-reil. . j Reasonings of a Believer in Revelation; Jiil. earh.-ls 4d. ! per dozen, 2s. oil. quarter hundred, 4s. 3d. half hundred, or Ss. pvr linij'tieil. t'oi'iy and Danger of Reading Irreligious Publications ; 6J. per ilozii, lOd. quarter hulidrea, Is. 6d. half hundred, or 2s. (ij. per Iniiidreil. A Dialogue between Parson Ivesnnd his Man David ; td. (ler iluzen. Is. 2ij. quarter hundred , 23.. half hundred, or 3s. t>il. per hundred. The Siieeial Coininiltec hold their Meetings at the So-ciely's hoiisr. No. 5, Bartlclt's Buildings, HoUioru, lo whom all coininuiiiealioiis are to be iHidressed, and by whom coo-tribulious are 1 ec^-lA'ed, as well as at Messrs. Goslings aiiil Sharpe, Fleet-street, ou account of the Tre,-�aiirer, Joshua Watson, Esq, GEO, GASKIN, D. D, Barlleli'a Buildings, Secretary, January, 18-20, CONTRACTS FOR BARRACK STORES Co.\IMISSAIllAT DEf.lRTMENT, TrEASUHY Chambers,JanuaiiT 31, 1820, C^U(]H Persons as are de.iiroiis of Conlniclini^ v'l'th the Agent for CommUtnriat Siippliet, lo SUPPLY LINEN ARTICLES of BIDDING. BI.AN-KEIS, RUGS, IRONMONGERY, BELLOWS, PEW, TER ARIICI.ES. TIN WARE, COOPERS' WARE, BRUSHES, CHA1K.S, BASKETS, and BIRCH BROOMS-may rfceive PiirliciiUrs of the Coiitracts al Ibis Ollice between llie Honrs of Eleven and Five, and deliver their Tenders, sealed up, aud directed lo llie Agent for Coin, missariat Sup)dies, inaikiiig lln-reon, *'Tender for Bairaek Stores;" on or befoic Tuesday, the 15lli February, but none will be received after Twelve o'clock ou'th:lt day; nor will any Proposal be noticed unless tn-ade.lili or an. uexed lo a printed Particular, and the Prices inserted in \Voril8 at Lenglii ; nor unless a Letter be stihjoined to such Proposal, signed by Two Pers.ins of known Properly engaging to become bound with the Party tiMidering iu the Sum expressed in the Particulais for the due Pcrforinauce of the Contract. This day is puhlishi il, LACKWOOD'S EDliN'BUHGfl MAGAZINE, No, XXXIV. for Juunai-y, 1820, Coulenis:-\. On the Progressive Change of Poetical Slylc.-2. Public Buildings of Ediiihurgli,--3. Ou the Ana-Ijrgy helwern the'.g��i�lh-�f"*i�K�**�f'nriir">'?ilitmal Genius.-4. Emma, a Tale,-5. The Vision-1>. Riflei lions on a Brumal Scene.-7. Noticps of the Aeied Diaiir.t in London. N�>, VHt.-8. Letter from the Eirick Shepherd, enclosing a Fragiiienl of Ihe Mad Ltaiikir.-9. Annals of Peterbeail, bv P- Bticliaii-1(1. Hora; Cfermanicie. No. III. The Tweuiy-iiinth of Febrnary, a Dramatic Sketch, by Adolphus Mulliier.-^11. Aualylicil Essays on llie old English Dramatists, No, VIII, The Witch of Eiliniuilon, Ford, Dekker, and Rowley,-12. Sac^mtala ; or, the Fatal King -13. Upon the Relation of iMnsic 10 the Drama, Letter I.-14. A Lay of Fairy Laud (from " vol>nie of Poems, by .lohn Wilson, now in ihu Press.)-15. Verses 011 the Church of Krisuvik iu Iceland -^10. Sir Thomas Brown. -17. Living Toads found iu stones are prodn-itions of the former world, by the Rector of Pubsdorf.-18. Elements of a Plan for the Liquidation of Ibe National Debt, &c. by Richard Htatlitield.-19. The Warder. No. IV.-20. Notices to Correspoiitleuls.-21. Soiiiu't, hy the Ettrick Shepherd.-22. Liiriary and Scientific IiileHigeuce.-23. Woiks preparing fo.- Publication^-24. Moiiibly List of Ne-W Pub-licalious.-35. .Monlhly Register. Printed lor T. Cadell and W. D ivies. Strand, I-ondon ; and William Blackwood, Nij. 17, Priiice's-streel, Edinburgh. MAHKET^. [From the "London Mercantile Price Current,0/ Tuesday, J-'ebruary 1, 1820.] WE.'ST INDIA AND SPANISH MAIN PRODUCE. C* proofs us. Id, per gall, NORTH AMERJCAN PRODUCE. The prici s of TocACCO are without variatuit.. In Rotail Turpentine there is lillle vanaiiun, a e.-irgn has heeij reported since our last for which ISs. per rat. is asked, ,SOUTH AMERICAN PRODUCE. I'lic Cotton market has continued ixtieuuly inarlive during the last wer k, though the article seems lo be ai quiring more general attention ; we r.dnce our quotations tor American Cotton ^d. per lb, other kinds remain -teinly, which are however mostly nominal,' The sale* during ihe week were (duly paid) 100 Upland, good 13d, ; 200 I'eriiaiu-bucco, fair to good, 17d. a 17 jd,, due I Sd,; 10 C-n 1 i-aeuo, fine Ifid. ; (in bond) 50 Sural fair 7.;d. a gl.l , fiiVeS l.a 8til : total Olfi bags. Imported 53 United Stales, dud 1,('69 Pci-namhuceo : total 1,122 bags, T,-.A,-The demand continues l;�ely, Bohia has hrcnpht an ad-/ance of froiii 4d, to 5d! per lli, on the prices of ij:e lasl sale, Hyson 2Jd. to 3i'd. nilvauer, and Ihe other de-Ecripliuas are aelliiig from Ibe sile ^nves tu jd, per lb, advance, KEFlHllDSBOAas'wereinstoidy demand last week, but few orders liavif.g arrived by Ibe last niaiIs, lite iji^ri^el is very fljl; prices tfrc, howt ver, without nlleration at pjesjput. Fish Ojts remain exceedingly dull of demand, :^0,UtM of Sperm Oil were brought to aiicliun on FVitliyiast, but oiily one lot was sold. Linseed Oil has obtained-a small asf-vauce. Rape Oil steady. LIVERPOOL REPORT, Janoary 29, 1320. The Cotton market haii been very dull during all the week, and prices of Boweds and Orleans nwy be qoOled'^d, per lb. lower. Of 2,600 bogs offered al anelion yeslerdu^, there were only sold 420 Soials, onjinary al 7^d. fair to giioa 9J1I. b 10�d.; 390 Bengals,-middliBg lo gi.oil 7id. ;t8.l.; 90 Orleans, middling 10 fair !3d. a 13id ; Ihe remaiuder, consisting entirely of Surats. were tateu iu for want of bnf-ers. The total sales arc 3,6(10 bags, viz. 30 Sea Island til 2s. 2d.-a 29. 5d.; 1,250 Boweds UJd. a 13d. ; 100 Orleans 121d. a 14d. ; 160 Peruams I7d.a I8d.; 190 Babras lad. tf. leid. ; 160 Mnranhaimi 16,1. � lO^d.; 4n .�ina Ntfvrts J.5ld.; 80 Barbadoes 13d ; 20 Carlbngimas I'id ; IS^iyv-uas 12.1 ; .-JOO Surats 7..d. a 9.1d.; 20O Be�sals7d, u 83. per lb. 1 he import is I l.fiiU bags, viz. 269 bags Berbice, 98 N-ew Prnvideiice, 6,676 Churlestou and Snvniush, .2,376 olh-r parlsof US, 2,!8� Brazils. We coiitiue to have a good liemand'for B, P. Sugars frorii. the grocers and refiners, as iell asl'rcigi the Irish l>uyers,aiid iiearly-1,000 hogsheaiis- faive been taken out oT (he iii'rtrkVI, � itb Utile variation from (ant week's prices. 'I1ie alDck lU:' lii-it bauds is now ri-dnceil to 4,200 casks. Fnreigu desfrip-lioilM iind'EasI I lulia r/iiiain lirgticled. have had more ioqsiiry for Coffee, of which 400 bags of oriliii-irv Brazil have brought 116s. nod 60 tierces of line luiddiing Berbiee 136s 6.1.; some snmll hits have also been laken by the gro- and good St. Domingo was sold at 130s. but there are not numerous buyers thereat. FliOiM LAST MCHrs GAZETTE. MILITARY PRO.MOTIONS, Office of Ordnance, January 29, 1820, Royal Regiment of Artillery, 'o be Second Lieutenants-Geulleinan Cadet Robert Lnaril, Gentleiuai) padel Henry G. Teesdale, .-.ml Geuilemau Cadet John Gore-all dated Decembers, 1S19, BANKRUPTS, John Buuyer, of Wheisione, Middlesex, dealer, to so.--render, Febi 'uary 5, 22, and 5Iarch 14, at leu, at Ciiiild. ^ hall, London, A;tqrney, Mr. Weslcrn, Great Jamesstrert, Bedford-row. g Jirfin Thomson, of Manchester, bookseller, lo surrender, ~ Febiuaryl4, 15, aud March 14, at nine, al (be Dog Tavern, Deansgale, IMancIiesler. Attorneys, iMessrs. Hol-cliinsun square, Loudon, Michael Powles, late of Ross, Hereford, oiesliijaii. to spr-rei.iUr, February 11,12, and .Mnich 14, al leu, aj ifie Suini lim, Rosa, Allurneys, .Messrs. Bridges �^v^ Qniller, (!id I.i.iii.s(|uaie, Luiidou ; ai|d Mr, John Sliatl'or,d (ollins,' R.iss. � John VViod, laleof Hottinghaqa, jiotie.-, l-i suri-epder, fe nruary 10,11, and .March 14, at eleven, -.; the Fly'iug Horse Iniu- Noltingham. Alloriieys, .Mr. '.'.'ills, ^�oMl|l^L.: ham; aud .'Hes-ri;. Baxters and .jiowker, Gra.'.^iin, Loiidoii , Thoiiiaa Summers and William Slam.i.ers Buliou, (ft, Sudbury, Suft'olk, and Tbuinas Adkiu, ofColi hester, l-jsrn, millers,' to suicender, Ecbruary 14, at three, ip, ditd B1�r#'Jij J4, at ten, al Ihe Swaii |ii-.i, Sudbury. Al^-'i'i^'i's, .M/ss/fc!_ WJnglesworltiSudCrusley, Gray's^nitsqusie, ^uudoH'; ��d*-Missis. Fiost and Stcdman,'�udbiiry; ,. - ' ' "3 Samuel Uulton aud John U'liun, of ^.tvcrpiiul, marc)j;�>>��^H �o'l.nrin.dcr, Ft bruary 25,26, ^nd SJarBh U,.'*'' Oli.r, 6',^be." George Iniij Liverpool, ^ilotae.ys, AItsi<�-�; .A4llinf]tiii^i;,a.ii^' I ;

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