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Christian Reporter (Newspaper) - March 28, 1821, London, Middlesex I I THE AND MISCELLANEOUS MARCH 182 PRICK SEVEN Or per sent Post LONDON Corn March There was a liberal supply of VV heat from and Suffolk this and having hut few tlie trade was dull at a reduction o f about per quarter tor the fine samples middling interior unsaleable at several arrivals of Barley from Norfolk and wbiclj sold heavily at a decline of per Pease maintain last weeks prices but Grey Pease were about per quarter was a good supply of both English and Irish and the sales dull at a decline of about per Beans nearly the same as last and were eudi dull in sale with little Variation m their MARCU have been no fresh Arrivals since and although the supply on that day was by no means yet the major part of it re mained and for whjcn there was little or no de mand this the price of Flour having been low ered per sack at the close of Mondays Al though there was a large arrival of Barley on fjearly the whole was cleared but what few samples appeared today met heavy sale at that days The Oat trade continues very owipg to the superabun dant lu Beans and Peas there is no alter a 62 Suffolk50 a fiO 44 a 50 28 a 32 20 a 27 a 56 White a 32 Grey 26 a 30 H mall a 34 Tick a 30 23 a 25 a 24 a 20 per 48 a 55 Rapeseed per Flour American Baltic Hambro or lireujan BraS50 bro BraVS a 60 a 51 a 54 bant Rod a 28 a 25 a 24 Peed 17 a 21 White Peas 40 a 42 a 34 a 3fi Tick ditto 31 a 33 a 32 Small Beans 34 IMPORTS OF THE LAST Wheat 8411 5475 Bvrley I 10045 I 4485 Oato 10026 12800 Beans 7396 sacks PRICES OF CORN IN BNGLANP AND The Average Price of Brown or Muscovado Sugar mitud from the returns made in the ending the 21st pf March is per PJBJCE OF MEAT AT which consists of and and is worth about Head of 3 8 to5 0 50 4460 8 5 6 Beef Mutton Veal fork 2020 14100 210 280 0 10jff5 9 10 OF MEAT AT NEWGATE LEAPENHALL 2 8to3 t 2838 3850 4 0 5 4 fUJRRfiNT PRICES OF SPIRITS AND As iu the Bonded exclusive of per Gallon 4a4 6aO QaO QaO Calcavellos pr 140 gal 46 a 52 Bucellas 140 45 a 50 130 30 a 60 Mountain 25 a 38 Benecario a 20 24 a 31 24 a 34 Cargo a 20 Madeira direct 120 32 a 45 West a7 110 15ag4 Claret 7al Vin de grav 54 24 a 0 a38 a30 a Duty on Wine per excepting Madeira and the former of which is the Crattel Brand iBordeaux 2 2 2 2 2 2 MaltSptsBritishl5 6 6 15 3aO 15 3aO a 5 5a4 Oa2 PRICE Of a 22 fled and Green16 a 20 brown 8 a 5a 81 50a 54 45 a 54 fif Grass a 36 d a80 White63 a95 a 76 White a90 68 a a 15 PRICES OF AND fiO a 72 very 72 a 77 owdfr Single J2 a 1 10 HX a 90 23 a and Iine 142 a 14C Ordinary 1 26 a Fine LJ2 a 138 rdUiary 110 a 117 Triage a 10G 160 a 1KO a 136 12 a 131 160 a 1KO Dttmiugo llf a 119 90 fi lfr 90 a 100 White 110 a 221 0 a 6T i 70 PRICE OF HOPS IN THE Nevr 5 a Sussex none 2 2 a 2 New 0 a 2 10 a 2 5 a 3 none a 2 Oa 4 10 1 IT iv 3 ENGLJSH AND FOREIGN per Marino wasliS3 a 3 fi in grease1 9 a 3 3 South 4 3 0 0 Western 2 a 1 3 Long 0 Sheep Span Leon 0 a 5 0 Segovia 3 6 a 4 9a3 0 a 3 fi a 9 2d 3d 4 0 a 7 Austrian fine 4 6a6 PRICE OF LEATHER AT Butts 50 17 a 19 Dressing a 16 Fine Coach 18 for a 16 a 20 per Calf 30 to 4Hbs24 a 28 50 70 30 a 34 70 80 28 a 3ft ttenned Horse 17 a 18 19 14 a 16 PRICE OF COTTON per 10 a 1 1 10 a J 1 Hal 1 8 a 0 10 9al 0 0 8 a 0 10 11 a 1 0 yal 0 BowedGforgiaO New i 1 9 10 10 6 al aO al al aO 2 10 0 0 9 0 al W aO 11 Bank 3 per Red Shut PRICE OF Shut 104ft 3J per 4 per 5 per Long Annuities 3 per Cent Irish 5 par Cent India South Sea Stook Old New Ditto Endorsed Ditto for 30 5 2 31 2 43 Satur 33 I 2 70J1 71 70f 35 36 mm 70J71 37 39 par lp par2p Idislp n Old Brpad 40 of cotton from March to April Ay of cotton April at and May at the Old Angel Mossrs Grimsditch and Macclesfifild and and Bow Church April and May it at fate of April May at flf theHorse and Glou Lincolns inu and Vaughau and C late of straw bonnet April and May at at the George MarshaUstrfet and Blackstock and Kings Bench I of Ihien and wopHen April and May at at the Crown Ked Liverpool i and of March at at and May at at thte Kings Arras MelkT Sladeand Bedfordrow aud Woptton BawtL of wine and Spirit April at at and May at at tlie Commercial i Chancerylane and of timber April ami May at at the office of Frod sltatii aid Adlington and Bedfordrow au4 and of coach April and May at at tlie and of April at and May at at the Com mercial 1ur nivuis Inn i and and April of manufacturer of April of t lie Half Moon of dealer of April Hard of April of April of April and of April of coach March of April Otherwise of rence April of common April of April of April and of April and of April of OR Saturday at Marylebone William Baltic eldest son of William Wrigbtfcvn of in to eldest daughter of Inigo of in At the Abbey by the Thomas of to Miss Auu late pf the Abbey On Thursday at Brighton Richard of to Miss of At on the 20tb John Skel of to se cond daughter of the late Richard of On the 20th at Lambeth tho Joseph Chaplain to the East India to Arabella Amber daughterin law to Joseph At ou the 23d of of a John the aged On the 24th at his house in King David aged On the 2d at bis Lam Under Secretary to the Board of At ojx the 16th of a fit of Edmund Fleming of Berry Ac On Wednesday at bis house in in his 64th Michael Author of The Bi ographical and Critical Dictionary of Pmnters and county of Nor at an illness of only three youngest a6u of Richard of in tboSlst veor of his On the 21st relict the late Nicholas de of Upper the 2zd after an illness of only 48 in the22d year of her wife of John and the eldent daughter of John of On the at in the 83d of hie formerly of On Wednesday morning attis the wife of Thomas aged Onthe22d in the 7M year of his John lbbotr of and of Eal Jn the 20th ajftef A a few days7 the only son of of in the county pf On come Jfrbto IforV by the aud was Leeds with a neor the Black Bank dropped 11 On the Nortft aged 100 tainedhis mentaUttOuJties to the day of lu was confined by iuness one day
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