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Christian Reporter (Newspaper) - March 7, 1821, London, Middlesex AND MISCELLANEOUS MARCH PRICK SEVEN Or per sent Pant Free price each or per THE PROTESTANTS A SERIES of Tracts 1 to pointing out the danger to Protestants conceding what is erroneously termed ROMAN CATHOLIC Sold by CLERK N a General Mercantile about Sixty Miles from London where care of Money keeping transacting business with accu racy and and constant application will be ex The Principal resides on the The Salary per Character for and must be and come front the most respectable by letter post containing full and particular must be made to care of and Lon don but no letters will be answered which are not deemed worthy of particular nor any received after tba 20th of the present LONDON Corn There was a liberal supply of Wheat this morning from and Suffolk prime samples were readily taken off by mjllejs at rather higher prices than last Monday middling and inferior qualities continue verv dull in Malting was and full per quarter dearer but there was very little demand for any other Peas were heavv in and rather lower likewise Grey tfas a short supply of English and Irish yet the sales were dml at laat weeks Rye and Beans little Cloverseed a dull sals fine White being in supported quoted Rapeoeed and Linseed very little MARCH had but little Wheat fresh In this and the demand for that of fine quality beiug rather brisk prime Samples readily obtained Mon days prices bijt the inferior descriptions met heavv but are dot Fine Malting Barley sold full a s well as on but all other sorts weqt off heavy at that days Beans met ready as well as fine Oats at In Peas and other urti no 54 a 60 48 a 51 32 28 BraV50 a 54 58 bant 32 a 28 30 a 25 a 24 17 a 21 26White a 42 25 32 a 34 21 Small 34 a 36 55 Tick a 3 Flour a a 50 a 44 a a a a White a irey a Small a 34 An M n a a 16 a 50 a Rapeseed per IMPORTS OF THE LAST 5460 6840 40 Barley 5775 370 I 4976 3909 1500 Flour 9672 sacks PUICRS Or CORN IN ENGLAND AND 10d The Average Price of Brown or Muscovado putttd from the returns raadfi in the ending the 28th 4f is per PRICE OF MEAT AT Exclusive of the which of and mid worth about per 3 8 to 5 0 4050 4060 3 8 S 4 per 04 Head of 1910 16100 190 290 0 5 10 CURRENT OF AND 60 a 72 very fine 73 a 74 WJa 110 Single Brow 90 a Ul 23 a and fine 134 a a 120 Fioo 180 136 13 per a Bourbon 126 a 129 a a 180 116 Utt Trinidad 90 a White 105 90 a 100 lid at Beef Mutton Veal 2 8to3 6 24 3 6 1 38 5 0 3 8 5 0 PRICE OF HOPS IN THE per New 5 a 0 Sussex none 2 2 a 2 16 1 15 a 3 5 Now 0 a Kent 2 10 a 5 Sussex 2 5 a 3 Essex none a 2 Oa 4 7 5 10 CURRENT PRICESOF SPIRITS AND As in the Bonded exclusive of rfDirrc per Cognac 3 Bordeaux 2 2 Naples 0 2 Hollands 2 Jamaica 2 Leeward 2 MaltSptsBriUshl5 15 Scotch 15 Calcavellos pr 140 gal 4fi a 52 Bucellas 140 45 a 50 Sherry130 Benecarlo 126 J5a 20 112 34 Madeiradirect 120 32 a 4ft West India 110 35 a 70 a 25 Claret110 3ftn60 Ta 14 Viu degrav 54 24 a 30 54 a 30 Port Oldper 45 a f a 38 35 a 40 Duty on Wine per excepting Madeira and the former of mtichjg the Crattel PRICE Red and Green bww White 50 Cinque Foln Grass a95 n 76 a 90 a 72 15 PRICE OF LEATHER per a 28 50 70 30 a 34 70 80 28 a 35 Tanned Horse 17 a 18 a 11J Ha 16 Butts 50 561bs 17 a Dressing a FiueCoaph Crop tq40Ibs for PRICE OP Bank 3per Red 3f per 4 per 6 per Long Annuities 3 per Cent Irish 5 per Cent India South Sea Stock Old Annuities New Ditto Endorsed Ditto for UT 44 45 5 3 73 Satur 22ft Shut mm Shut Shut 4243 40 3 42 44 35 43 44 4 5 I06gf 435 From the 73JJI Old Brpad 1 73JM Stock BANKRUPTCY of Clerkenwell watch from March 10 to April of March and April at at the Sandwich and Messrs Loading ton and Kings Bench of March and April at at tbe Star Inn and WarnRwdcourt and of March and April at at the Star WiHia Wornfordcourt and of Wells next the mer March at at at the Red Lioo and April at at Crown Plexttey and Bedford row and Trough and of March and April at at the Craven Arms Sail March March marble tallow March Hentley and watch and clock hosier March rope iWarch and Macmi corn Lawrence Warmington and Gracechurch in i Ottery Saint currier and Stotkport cotton Ke corn March Bishops Eaton timber Mafr c GPotter i i ieyA merchoot April Cuthbert and wine n On at Andrews Pet of to rfaly daughter of James of and of Basiughall On at the Dale of in to Miss daiurJi ter of Edward town Clerk of On Miss Brownbridge and Edward to Miss Mary daughters of Samuel all of i On the 28th at Seven a to widow of the late OH by at GeorffeTB Wyudham Wadbain VVjndhaih Ew E1ia daughter of General ol Ou Tuesday weckv at hie in Upper Cadoeah the Lady fit John Charles on Tuesday t p On the 28th wife of John of and eldest daughter of Jobu Shut tle of on same Sarah Fiances younsest daughter of the aged 14 Henry Edinond of rector of Fciihy in the coun ty of On Monday the 5tb at aged the only Son of of Lincolns and the Tem at Matil wife of Jqhn Ute Ordnance Barrack at m On Sunday the4th at his Lime Nathaniel up wards of 50 yearsvestry clerk of thepariih of Qo WwhoMdAy 28th of the London aged 451 and on Saturday Martha Gardner f mother W the above of the New aged 71 i leaving a numerous family to lament her On the 26th wife of the S of in the 28th On the 24th at the Royal tothewyal the 83dyear of hifc age V J On tbe 27th athis at in the66th of fait acei deputy lieutenant for the county of r On 28th in the 87th yearof oftheQuarterSessions OnMouday senoightf at of a aged fourteen Edawdd eldest of Ed mund of inthe CouniySf Odtbefti athjihousottt inthe 6Sd year of hw tbe Sir Thomas of Chad m the county of and rtctor w toe Wert Jflidink of Yorksniw On Daniel OnMonaaly 66th year of his tf veara e gation of Independent mkiodolrdeatb he alwayt J Mad Provideoce mranted him he three a WeH as JS
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