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   Commercial Daily List (Newspaper) - December 9, 1843, London, Middlesex                                AND LONDON FZUC2 DECEMBER WANTED A YOUNG that thoroughtly understands tho Grocery age about Those whose character will bear Investigation can apply before 8 oclock this or on between the hours of 2 and at Aylesbury December 12 300 boxes wlite Havannah 50 yellow do 100 hhds Barbadocs 300 bags Java 2000 part sea damaged 45 black ELEPHANTS about 5 tons East India and 5 tons just arrived DEER 7 tons BUFFALO HORN TIPS 162 bags SAP AN 10 tons 3i tons INDIA RUBBER 10 cases ELEPHANTS LAC 1000 bis Jute 88 bis Hemp 294 qrs Teelsoed 1505 bskts Gambler 3m bdls Rattans 420 pcs Sapan Wood 1850 Partridge Canes 85 pos 2 bdls Elephants Teeth 3 cases white and black Ostrich 4 bales Vulture 30 tons Ebony 20 cwt 2 tons Deer 304 chests 200 bdls 10 cs Shells 5 Ins liulfalo Horns 2 tns Deer Horns 20 pkgs Surgical Rubber 2 cs Sheet ditto 20 cs Fancy Shells 3 cs Cowries Coquillns Nuts December 13 AT MOMJMEXT At One oclock LABRADOR 50 tierces prime ex a Labrador Well adapted for every kind of Table On view at the Brokers Offices on morning of and Catalogues to be had of KEELING Monument Yard Pudding 500 bags Plantation Ceylon 100 bags 300 500 sacks Bengal 100 chests TARTARLC 30 casks 4 2 December 14 PROVISION AT MOMJMEhT At One oClock 200 barrels and boxes American 100 tierces prime Mess do 10 5 barrels do 15 hhds and 150 loose do 11 half barrels Botognir On view the day previous and morning of and Catalogues to be had of KEELING Monument Yard Pudding AT LOMLHJiV COMMERCIAL SALE At Twelve for One oClock The following WINES and RED 117 pipes superior old of the vintage of by order of the late Laurence 53 pipes 14 hhds superior 4 10 7 Jcasks superior Malmsey 20 hhds 40 j casks 33 hhds 3 puns Hennessys 30 butts 13 hhds 17 icasks 50 cases 10 pipes 21 hhds 18 Jcasks 12 hhds Peruvian Particulars and Catalogues in due time of JOHN Wine gplrit Martins Cannon notice from yesterdays prices Consols closed at j ox div for Spanish three per cents 30J ditto fives Mexican Bonds have been up to but closed at 31 The Royal Mail Steam Ship Thames has arrived at from the West with letters and papers to the following dates Ifith Berbice Laguayra Demerara Tobago nnd Trinidad Barbadoes Port au and Antigua Matanzas Havannah Croix and Nassau Thomas and Bermuda 22nd She hai brought over on freight 6792 1546 ounces Gold 988 ounces old and 253 serons of Of the are on account of the Mcxicen The papers contain but little commercial intelligence of The weather throughout the different islands had been favourable for the and abundant harvests were From Jamaica we learn that general business is duller than it has ever been at this time of the and persons who expected a lively and brisk demand for Provisions the nearer we approached the end of the have as yet experienced great Sugar is improving in sales have been effected at from 23s to 32s according to Nothing doing in have no change to note in Sugar or Molasses are a shade purchases have been made at 4 stivers per Exchange has advanced the Mail steamer brought specie from the Island Banks to be invested in and private Hills of good repute will meet ready sale at I67 dols 474 for 480 for Produce is coming to town for shipment in great but except in the article of Molasses there nrc very few Freight for Britain 2s 6d per cwt for 2s per cwt for 3d per gallon for Tonnage state of our both as re gards agricultural and commercial operations have been to a fair and the prospects to the planters are As regards the state of we have the pleasure of informing our friends that the lands were never in a better state of cultivation than they arc at the present time and what peculiarly adds to this proud that there have not been less canes and there is a visible augmentation in the provision Although it must be confessed that the which were so timely and efficient for the maturity of have been in some rather late and insalutary for the perfect growth of the cane crop yet it is confidently anticipated that the quantity of Sugar manufactured and exported for the present year will not be inferior to that of the but by many hogsheads exceed it this may turn the calculating on the attach ment and improved industrious habits of the and the continuance of the present propitious are looking forward with ardent hopes to a glorious harvest in the next Trade is rather dull in this in consequence of a scarcity of of Produce shipped from Tri nidad from 1st to 31st and RAILWAY Great 29 30 17jl8i Eastern yj 10 Brighton 4 I i Croydon 154 69 Greenwich 5J Midland 84 London and prem per share ex per share per share per share ex div per share per share 86 per share 220 per shaie The Continental Exchanges were a shade lower to day j the following are the 3 months 25 Hambro 13 12 Rotterdam 12 12 25 Genoa 25 9 9 85 4J 5 95 95 574 5C4 90 974 974 58 57 We had moderate arrivals of Oats nnd from but further supplies being tho dealers held nnd the sales were mostly of a retail English nnd Scotch Oats were held nt for mer which tended the and though Irish were freely oHcred at Mondays acted In Beans and Peas little an the value of these articles undeiwent no 1841 1842 1843 demand was better today for West and stiffer rates were paid for all sorts The total sales for the week are 2300 hhds and There no public sale of any market was dull and at a public sale of 100 bales prices fell Is to 2s per good ordinary to middling selling nt fiOs to 77s per cwt bags of Rio were all taken in at fid to 33s for low to line and 19 barrels of St Domingo sold at 29s for fine In ins the full public sale 55 bairels 63 bags of Bourbon were taken in at to Is per Ib public of 185 cases of Malabar went at 80s to 85s for fine being full afternoon at public sale 24 chests were readily sold at 3s Id to 5s 9d for low middling to being rather public sale 120r bags of Madras went off heavily at 8s to 9s for low being rather under former afternoon at public sale 190 serons Honduras were all sold at 4s to 4s 4d for low to fair being the full GREEN demand for Oranges is the mild weather assisting the consumption a cargo ex Ace of the first this season from sold at full Lemons are a shade and all other descriptions of Fruit maintain their public sale today 55 dry Savanilln sold at to averaging 22 and 26 Ibs 264 Calcutta Buffalo partly sold nt 59 Penang ditto at 1456 Singapore ditto partly sold at to 34d per and 5370 dry Buenos Ayres Horse were prin cipally takenin those which sold brought 3s 2d to 5s lid of HJ Ibs weight and a small quantity of Buenos Ayres Sheep Skins sold at 7s to 1 Os per market remains quiet at 41s 6d to 41s 9d per cwt on the A public sale was brought foward comprising 4 puns 21 hhds 47 pipes New South Wales which partly sold at 40s to 41s and 47 pipes 20 puns 27 hhds South American Tallow nt 34s 3d to 40s per public sale this afternoon 101 tuns British Sperm and Headmatter were and partly sold at to 10s for the and Headmatter at 10s per About 25 tons Palm Oil were bought in at 29s per CEYLON PLANTING REPORT for From the 1st to the 5th of this month we hod light during which time planting went on and many thousand plants were put Into the It was expected that the weather would continue but on the 6th it cleared and planting and continued fine until the it may be said that nearly throughout the month the was very the wind high and and dew On the whole this month has been ttMajtytriest knovrn for the past three tho plants stood tolerably and are looking better than was but lower down the and even the have Buffered very much from the and the berries on the trees seems quite Tho picking can scarcely be said to have yet whereas nt this time last yer the greater part of the crop had been gathered The principal operations of the past three months were weedine and felling the weather being particularly fine for the latter Parties who could not get labourers at the early part of the availed themselves of the superabundant supply they now have to go on with Ground has been prepared for nurseries for the next but little seed has been put owing to the diffi culty of procuring good ripe Within the last few days some large tracts of land have been and one tract of 2866 acres in the district of has been purchased at 13s 6d per December 103 chts Arabic 148 chts Olibanum 10 chts Animi 4 chts Myrrh 3 chts Dragons Blood 90 cs Castor Oil 5 kgs Epatic Aloes 60 ozs Musk 15 jars Balsam Peru 16 chts Gum Myrrh 12 cs Castor Oil 10 chts Arabic 1 cs Croton Oil 10 chts Brazil Isinglass 56 bskts Gambier 2 bxs Dragons Blood 10 cks Barbadocs Tar 340 chts Shellac 100 tins Castor Oil 25 cs Copal 120 chts Rhubarb 20d bgs Myrabolanes 181 bgs Turmeric 36 bskts Roll Annatto 60 pkgs Brazil Isinglass 78 jars Balsam Capivi 3 bxs Tonquin Beans 6 bis Sarsaparilla 50 cs 3 cks Cape Aloes 24 chts Olibanum 20 brls Balsam Capivi 146 bgs Turmeric 100 bgs Cubebs 200 bgs Pegue Cutch 30 chts Gum Damar 5 bis Calamus 10 bis Chcretta 50 btls Croton Oil And other Goods 6 chts Gamboge And other Goods 75 chests Gum consisting of scraped and bold and in sorts 5 cks African Copal 6 chts Gum Arabic 100 cs Castor Oil 16 casks Red Oporto damaged 21 bxs Colocynth 9 bxs White Lead 2 cks Verdigris 2 cks Brimstone 57 gds Barbadoes Aloes 6 chtsfineTurkeyOpium 80 sks Turkey Galls 7 cs Scammony lOchts pickedTragacanth About 400 ozs Otto Roses 90sksMaltaCumminSeed 1 ble Pellitory 9 bxs Ambergris 6 brls Pod Pepper 8 brls Starch 12 bis Colombo Root 1 chst Gulch 7 bis Rock Moss 1 cs Riga Balsam 200 bgs Castor Oil Beans 1 ble Seneka Root 1 ble Snake Root 2 cks Honey 2 csEau de Cologne 10 cks Argol The number of immigrants arrived in the month of was making a total since the 1st Jan of new crop of Coffee is coming to market pretty the first flower as usual fetching 5J to The Sugar market is dull at prices unaltered from our last Exchange on London no Freights nominally quoted at 50s to 60s for Great and the Mediterra Cowes 50s to and France 70 to 80 fr per Exports from 1st to 3rd Sugar Coffee Molasses United 372284 Great 21835J 2571 153458 1388 48062 972 Hambro and Bremen 58384 13C004J Holland UNO 1892 C612 2371 19821 123143 574004 315354 Italy 3115 0666 Other Parts Ifi034 557244 Exports from 1st to 2nd 18 13 Coffee 64593 7H6 4924 819 17080 Molasses 2C913 528 20873 22894 I 6112 60 sacks Persian Yellow Berries 50000 Buffalo Horns 3500 Deer Horns And other Goods 350 quarters East India Rape 150 do Linseed 21 tie Commercial Bailu AND LONDON PBICtt FRIDAY DECEMBER The business doing in the Stock Exchange continues very and with the exception of an improvement U Spanish and Mexican there is no alteration tg Sugar United States Great Britain 8034 601964 Baltic 4f954 Hambro and Bremen 388174 Holland 5405 Belgium 3848 France 90004 Spain 10953 i Italy 1322 Other Parts 158504 Papers from Rio Janeiro to the 9th October were received by a merchant vessel Exihange had being last quoted at 2ij to on Paris and on Hamburg The six per cent local stock was 714 ENGLISH Bank Stock 1814 3 per reduced 95 J f 34 per reduced 102J Money Account 954 i Exchequer Bills 58 60 Bonds 73 75 FOREIGN Buenos Ayres 6 per 29 30 5 per cent 74 75 Belgium ex Venezuela Mexican 3 i 24 per cents 4 5 per cents S 5 per sent J 5 per cent 20 j 3 per cent 340 2713 ex div ex div ex div shut ex div BllANDV id 1st Brands I8H4 183h 1837 1840 1841 1842 2ml br mis 3rd ditto SO per tent M proof 2 to 12 P u Q 22 32 and upwards Jamaica lOto 15 P Ifi 22 to 26 to 3U 42 and upwards extra fine 0 0 0 2 4 94 II 2 I I 2 2 2 11 U 0 2 5 2 8 2 a 3 H 4 0 proof SplritsIUxv Proof percent Gin 22 under SCOTCH ft IRISH SHICIITH GIN for cxpon for liuiue us 1 I 10 0 8 10 I 1 t 1 S 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 1 7 1 II 2 8 Proof Gd per Proof k nd llmndy Od I Spiing muiittia Soutb American Town 41 0 42 a 0 0 i U 42 6 Jl rflnrkct ct MtlteilSUitlT Rough ditto St James dill PH1CKS OF Mould Store Dllio liilerior Ditto 44 HI 8 I U 0 II 0 I I I a Nicholsons Whf Fresh Whf ditto Prince Edwards Ann Surrey Canal Symonds Whf Customs Nicholsons Whf L D Church Hole Welcome Nicholsons Whf Fresh Whf John CD Customs Qy Nicholsons Whf K Rio L B Belize W I D Sierra Charlotte ditto Standgate L D The above vessels have arrived in the and con tain as The vessel from Sierra Leone brings 4000 bushels Ground 50 casks Ground Nut 60 casks Palm The George is laden with 30 tons Mahogany and The vessel from Rio Janeiro is freighted with 4410 11720 and The three vessels from Petersburg bring 540 casks 160 bdls The two vessels from Liverpool are laden with 3080 bags Nitrate of The others are freighted with Silk and eun driesf Off 6th from Sierra for loss of Off 7th R M s from the West Liverpool s from the At LIVERPOOL 7th from sailed 24th 4206 bales 6 half bales Cotton 7750 pieces Buffalo I case Cheroots 1 Preserves 2 Sundries 360 cwt Sapon Wood from Laguna from New with 1517 bales Cotton 210 Hemp 53 hhds Tobacco 7 brls Grease 963 pigs Lead from with 977 bales Cotton 1000 pigs Lead 32 trcs 693 hhds 34hhda Tobacco 1 5 brls Tallow 2 brls Pork 1 Grease 42 casks Oil from with 300 barrels Flour 8033 minots Whcal From C30 barrels Flour Battens and Staves December id per doMu allowed I for CORN DECEMBER 104 31 div div We have had good arrivals of Wheat coastwise of and the trade has throughout the week exceedingly This morning the transactions were on a very limited but the factors declined accepting less and the few parcels disposed of realized the rates current in the beginning of the The demand for free Foreign Wheat was likewise and quotations remained In Bonded nothing of interest Flour hung heavily on and ship samples were obtainable somewhat below Mondays Canadian Flour was saleable at 30s to 31s per the quantity at this port is Having again a large arrival of much diffi culty was experienced in effecting and though really fine malting sorts were held firmly at previous all other descriptions were the turn Malt excited little and barely supported former We have had another quiet and nothing has occurred to give animation to business j but from the satisfactory nature of the commercial intelligence from India and together with the increased confi dence which has latterly been manifested in the Ameri can there is good reason for believing that com merce is at last emerging from that longcontinued depression which has been felt so severely in this We expect no great mprovement before Christmas ljmt present ances give promise of a better business for the new year and it is believed that an additional irnpulse will given by the removal or amendment of many of those objectionable duties which arc now considered to operate against the manufacturing industry of the There has been no speculative excitement in but a steady business has been carried supported by a profitable trade We have had a better demand for COTJON the market displayed The sales con sisted of 6000 9f which speculators took 10pO MONEY is still obtainable at low rates of and large amounts continue occasionally tn be invested in Shares at improving pricesthe market being in a state of unusual Mincing   

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