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Commercial Daily List (Newspaper) - May 30, 1843, London, Middlesex AND LONDON PRICE CUB MAY THIS AT THE HAMBRO COFFEE WATER TOWER The following WINES 150 butU 120 hhds40 qrcasks supeiior old SHERRY without reserve 140 cases CHAMPAGNE 136 pipes 20 hhds 5 qrcusks RED PORT 5 butts 14 hhds East India SHERRY 35 pipes 45 hhds 30 qrcasks East India and direct CLARET 37 pipes 4 htids Red and White duty paid 12 casks Old Cognac BRANDY Particulars and Catalogues in due time of JOHN Wine and Spirit Martins Cannon AT THE LONDON COMMERCIAL SALE MINCIXQ Sf FENCHURCH 2379 pkgs 2409 pkss 893 pkgs 4184 pkgs 60 tone Bimas Sapan 2614 baskets 400 chests Pearl 2 10000 Malacca 2000 Ground Rattans 700 Sea Horse 30 India 1530 slaU Straits and Bane t C53 Peruvian 102 bdls Swidish Faggot 1C02 pigs Spanish 300 casks South American 100 tuns Southern Whale 139 cases American Refined 5433 East India 1065 dry African 302 Penang Buffalo 266 German Hog 6430 East India Goat 2 tons Shank June Q 3100 bags Mani U June 7 60000 Squirrel SC 1750 Malacca 7400 bdls Rattans 1000 Ground do TORTOISES 5 cases CR CASSIA 1000 boxes 87 frazils 40 bales CASSIA LAC 1100 bags 24 cases 115 bales Bombay i53 bales 12 cases 3 bags Mocha 12 bags white 3427 pockets 5 bagi Bengal 161 bagu 9 cases 120 hhds Barbadoea CCJun 284 hhds 34 brls Tiinidad 124 puns 9 new St Vincents 1200 bags Mauritius 2143 bags Bengal 1106 bags in bond 500 Madras 410 chests 32 boxes 30 chests 25 10 2i0 tins Jamaica 16 kegs West India 100 boxes St Vincents 32 brls Brazil 170 csks 36 brls British Plantation 10 casks 50 brls Berbice 200 bags Ceylon 200 East India via 400 Malabar 66 Bourbon 176 serons Guatemala 33 serons Guatemala 5 Caracca 150 chests 24 40 bags Mexican June 1 1000 bags white Bengal 3000 suited Buenos Ayres Monte Video Ox and Cow 40000 Buenos Ayres Moiite Video Sheep and Lamb 70000 Ea t India Goat 250 Cape do 3000 Cape Goat 2184 Swiss do 2100 Noiwry do 6000 East India do 10000 Sheep and Lamb 18000 Buenos Ayres Sheep 134 bis sound Sunn 116 damaged do East part fine COIR 15 tons damaged 171 logs St Domingo 300 planks 536 June 2 270 bales Mocha 250 Ceylon 220 East India 150 tins Jamaica 5 barrels Rio COIR 860 bags 100 boxes 1 cask 1300 bdls 550 coils 600 quarters 15 tons Sapan 20 Red 200 tons fine Nicaragua 60 Red Sanders 76 bucks Turkey 94 boxes Bo ogna 413 logs Honduras 80 bales Persiun Yellow 101 bags Turkey part dmgd About 130 tons fine Ceylon 10000 Buffalo About 5 tons Ceylon 180 boxes Ceylon 48 chts Arabic 75 chts Olibanuin 1 chst Animl 10 kegs Epatic Aloes 10 bis Tinnevelli Senna 4 bxs grey Ambergris 20 cs Cape Aloes 45 gds Barbadoes Aloes 8 chts Gum Animi 6 chts Gum Olibanum 2 chts Uum Viabic 500 oz fine Musk 10 cs Spice Oil 84 chts Gum Arabic 159 chts Gum Olibanum 18 chts Cardamoms 60 chts Gum Arabic 400 ozs Musk 63 cs 65srnsCrownBark 10 cs Scammony 20 bis Rhatania Root 3 cs Turkey Sponge 60 bxs Camphor 150 bgs Cubebs June 8 119 Castor Oil 69 bgs Coculus Indicus 1 bag Assaiio And other Goods 37 bgs Nux Vomica 1 csk Spanish Saffron 1 chhtCr wn Bark 4 tins Paddy Bird Fia thers 5 Tiger Skins And other Goods 26 cs Tortoiseihell 2 tns Buffalo Horns 24 bxs Arrowroot 50 bxs Bees Wax 20 chts Camphor 133 chts Rhubarb 9 cks fine Narbonne Honey 2 cs Cajaputa Oil 25 bxs West India Pre 18 bxs Dragons Blood 100 Gum June 9 40 tons Buffalo 5 Dicr 60 Buffalo Tips 64 tons East India In about 14 days 500 hhds and puns Fact 314quaitersEast June 14 East India rnd China Silk Piece Goods An assortment of East India China Silk Piece Good An assortment of East India China Silk Piece Good June 20000 East Indin 15 June 2O INDIA scveial INDIA SHAWLS 22 East India and China CoUon 1uce Goods An assortment of East India and China Cotton Piece Goods May 29 PECAN 269 bags 13 barrels Commercial Oailu AND LONDON PH1CK MONDAY MAY The British and Foreign securities have been exceed ingly flat and heavy throughout the and at the close of business Consols were per cent lower than on the last quotation for Money being and for the Exchequer Bills are steady at 53 55 Spanish three per cents have been down to and the fives to but at the close of business the former was 293 and the latter the whole a fair amount of business has been The intelligence received from the brought by the RM steam ship Hibernia this with dates of the 15th from New and the ICth instant from is considered very and has given pretty general satisfaction to the merchants and holders of American Exchange on Lon don had advanced to 8J per cent and just as the steamer was leaving as high aa was Should the above rate keep until the sailing of the Great which was fixed to take place on the 25th gold will come forward instead of The general appearance of business is daily and the community are recovering from the depression and gloom which have so long prevailed a better feeling is evidently and more disposition is manifested to engage actively in The long now nearly or quite 12 millions of In Boston and Philadelphia the amount is much larger than in ordinary while the millions which during the season have been received in the Southern becoming gradually disseminated in the to a greater the paper circulation of which they haVe been deprived by the failure of their or the want of confidence which exists in those still To all we have the most ample mate rials upon which to reconstruct the fabric of public aid to furnish a sound and wholesome cir There have been and still are good and sound reasons for a gradual improvement in our but it is thought by some that in some respects we have anticipated more than we shall However sound the present method of carrying on the exchanges of the country may it does not they the prin ciple of an expansion of the and cannot be viewed as the most favourable to an increase of our internal The expenses attending the constant transmission of specie to regulate the balances are neces sarily and as the business of the country increases the shipments and reshipments will become more and more and it is contended however beautiful in theory may be the system of regu lating the exchanges by individual like all other beautiful it is illcalculated for general The operations in stocks during the last thirty days bear a closer resemblance to those of 183G than anything which has been known since that Not in the price obtained for but in the rapidity of the advance and the magnitude of the In some descriptions an advance of nearly or quite twenty per cent has been and the sympathy which is well understood by the as likely to connect in the rise the sound and solvent with the unsound and has been the cause of an advance in the more doubtful equally great with that in those more Stocks which a few months since were almost are now freely aud the transactions of the stock exchange are fast regaining the mportance with which they have been viewed in former It cannot be doubted that part of this improve nent has been caused by founded upon the of and the anxiety of the banks to make It is well understood that loans to a onsiderable extent have been made at a low rate of upon the hypothecation of and while he advance has been in a measure sustained by pur ihases for the bulk of the operations are for ales Should the expectations which seem rery generally to be of the continuance of he present abundance of be the prices now current may be sustained but should any stances occur to change our position in this the reaction would be sudden and The arrival of the Western with more in iias again put up the price of The amount offer ing is Our importations of specie have proba bly been greater than the business of the country and the rapid advance in sterling bills leads to the expectation that we shall again ere long become exporters of Should this be the case the money market would become more contracted and the prices of securities would The rates generally have advanced since the close of last and sales to a fair extent have been made for transmission per the steam packet via Bos There is a good demand for sterling bills this at 8i to 9 per cent premium we quote on Paris 5 f 30 to 5 f Amsterdam to and Bremen 77 to 77i ENGLISH Bank 180181 ex div shut 3 per ex div shut 34 per reluceu 101J ex div shut Con 95 ex New 3i uer 102 Exchequer Bills 53 55 India 266267 div 53 55 prem FOREIGN Buenos Ayres 6 per 28 30 5 per 74i div Belgium Columbian 3J Mexican 4 per 55 J 5 per 99Jr 100 percent 4IJ ft per 20i J 3 per i RAILWAY Great 3 24 15 j prem Eastern 94 per share Brighton ex per share 44 per share Croydon 9jlOi share 644 ex div per share Greenwich 4iJ per share 212 per share Midland 64 C6 per share The quantity of Barley on sale was and though the enquiry for this grain was by no means sellers refused to take less and the business done was at the currency of Monday Malt moved off in retail quantities at about previous The fresh arrivals of Oats were and full prices were demanded by factors superior English and Scotch corn could scarcely have been bought on as easy terms as 01 this day and Irish samples were saleable at fully former Beans found purchasers to a moderate and for fine samples quite as much money was In Peas there was not much but prices were well May off Customs Fresh Whf do do off Customs C D Prince Norway Whf off Customs IHn K D Johnnn C D W 1 D St Lucia L D W t D L 1 Black Fresh Whf K D Surry Customs Qy Rarl of E I D K D nnd Prince of E I D do Rail of Union Tier Irincru L D Fennings Whf do W I D K D St N ttr C D Buoy New L D Emuhttta L D W I D Symonda Whf lio W I D Qy Brewers Qy Jane and K D Madras and Mary W I D 1 Brewers Qy do W I D Irongate Since Saturday the above vessels have passed and contain the following The cargo of the Edward from New Orleans we noticed in our list of The six sessels from the West Indies are laden with 1141 hhds H32 trcs 170 brls 195 cks 80 cks puns 47 tons Log 26 tons The Charles brings 393 cs 11 sks 205 brls The four vessels from Calcutta are freighted with bgs 4000 bgs bgs IGIO chts 430 bis 123 bis 243 chts Lac 244 chts Shel 60 cs Silk Piece 530 bis 182 cks 20 cs 171 cs Castor 36 bis 730 pkgs 300 bgs 2000 pkts 4 bis Goat Buffalo 1000 bdls L8 Elephants 526 pkts Nux and 252 pkts The Mary Ann is laden with chts 172 bis 36 tnks Handker 58 bgs 1400 bgs 10 cks 350 logs The two vessels from China bring 8752 chts 1203 4 chts 19 i chts 23 pkgs and 70 ca 15 bis The Piinceia Victoria is freighted with 90 bxs 280 brls An 390 pkgs 250 bgs Juniper The vessel from Trieste is laden with 105 bis 835 bdls 50 cases 50 pkga 40 casks 205 bales 50 cases Ma The lYilliam brings 75 serons Bitter 250 serons Sweet 50 serons 30 pipes The vessel from Naples is freighted with 125 casks 35 bales 225 cases Li 45 boxes and The Jane and Margaret is laden with 1020 pkga The otheis are freighted with casks 125 t 1245 pits is a fair demand for the useful descrip tions of and a steady business is doing at the prices obtained at the late INDIGO is rather more enquired and full prices are paid for small TALLOW continues dull of and the market is PARTICULARS OF May I 1841 1842 Stock this day casks Delivery last week Ditto from ist June Arrivals last Ditto from 1st June Price this day Ditto Town last Friday 17789 1134 95908 713 98538 46s 48s Od 19389 926 98752 106 100013 50s Od 1843 19372 947 89404 974 42s 45s Od LONDON GRAIN MARKET MAY We had a moderate show of Wheat from and Suffolk this and the weather being ex conUnued abundance of and the favorable terms ceedingly wet and cold factors asked high prices at he upon which financial operations can be have commencement of business this tended to check the exercised an important influence in reviving but a fair clearance was ultimately made at and restoring The movements in Wall about Is per quarter above the currency of Monday Street have been such as rather to stimulate the dormant Holders of duty paid Foreign insisted on Is to 2s energies of the and arouse a disposition for which caused the millers to purchase not to say Such a result would and the transactions in this article were not naturallv follow upon the large receipts of specie from i We heard ol no sales of bonded Wheat Europe and as it became distributed through the counI Flour was generally held at slightly enhanced delivered it u trvU would be followed by a revival of trade aud an but we do not deem it necessary to make any alteration nunedute notice be gueu by Post or augmentation of The banks in our city have in I w I n and In the 2lth ins from Charleston 18033 bushels ro Rice 439 bales Cotton from New from May Our COTTON market still remains and pricej This day only 800 bales were reported as including 500 bales of yesterday May The transactions in all kinds of Colonial Produce since the last eight days amounted to very little or no Buyers as well as sellers of SUGAR appeared generally very little disposed to run any and it was therefore with some difficulty that about 2000 bags in different lots were disposed Our stock of Bou with the late may be estimated at Printed and Published at the Office for the CHAMBER OF Mincing wherj all communications are to be addressed to the Price 10s per quarter iu and I7i Cd in the free of this LIST be nut U particularly rejueateJ tlu or any way tj Mitlcing
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