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Commercial Daily List (Newspaper) - June 28, 1844, London, Middlesex AND Common PKIOB JUNE ST4Ns OAR RAW ATS COFFEE ARROWROOT i v 1400 bags Bengal 1333 1100 bags black 90 hhds Trinidad 800 puns 500bags Mauritius 600 Madras 11349 bags Mauritius 126 Bengal 131 trcs 68 brls Jamaica 3 it Jamaica 40 cases Malabar 50 brls British Plantation 50 brls Jamaica 300 tins do 40 toqs Fustic 60 Ebony 6 tons GG 90 brls 100 boxes St Vincents 600 bags Lin 100 Mustard 5 tons Cowries 4000 Buffalo 1000 Deer 20 tons Buffalo Tips A parcel 300 quarters Lin 100 Rape empty 3616 150 tons lehaboe 64 cases Havannah Principle 169 bales Havannah Leaf 186 srns Columbian do 26 Roll 50 bales Brazil Leaf 6 Amersfoort do 8 bales 150 bales Manilla 21 tons Sapan 2 cases Tortoise 3 Cowries 5 tons Buffalo 21 Junk 415 coils Rope 6 tons 881 bas 100 casks Cocoa Nut 415 bags 68 Cowries 1 case 2350 pcs Junk 10 tons Ebony 12042 pcs Red 6 tons Nicaragua 500 bags 250 Bengal do 480 bales Manilla 10 tons Sapan 180 tons 150 brls Canada 150 do Pearl July 4000 bags Java 4000 2000 bales Surat 2600 bales Surat 215 bales 20 4bales 350 bales Surat bales Madras KIPS 5000 wet salted Cape New South Wales 300 West India 15000 dry salted brined and dry East India lOtonsMemosa 1675 salted New South Wales 3924 dry salted brined and dry East i India v 200 bales Manilla Cuttings 36 tons s A quantity A quantity Cuttings 308 logs Honduras 3 350 Jogs 155 casks New South Wales 16 31 skins Cape 10 East India July 11 N 200 casks New South Wales 5 173 sks23knapsacksCape 100 Odessa 100 casks South American 150 casks South American 80 casks New South Wales 1 Italian 8 chts Gum Animi 100 bxs Arrowroot 7 chts Russia Rhubarb 339 bgs East India Galls 34 chts Gum OHbanura bgs Cowries 5 tuns Sperm 160 Southern A quantity Southern July 1291 chests East India 3167 3985 do 1302 do 966 dp 537 do 1 1421 do 1171 649 do 267 do do do 15244 July 150 bales Mocha 70 tonsSapan 10000 bdls 1000 Gwund 5000 Malacca 1361 coils Rope 81 do Manjlla 2200 pieces Junk 149 bales 2 Manilla 700 bdls 40 172 chests 2 27 Cowries 212 Elephants 439 pos about 14 cwt AND LONDON PRICE was no pMicjsi1e of any descrip tion privately only a small amount of busi was but the rates given yesterday were ully The sales of are estimated at SOo hhds and closed with rather a quiet market is firm good ordinaiy on is selling at 49s 6d 314 casks 75 brls were mtup to pubHc sale the Jamaica all sold at former middling low middling and middling 79s and good fo fine fine ordinary 45s to n Demeraraai unclean aken in it hut sold at 4Qs 6d to 42s 6d per were tew purchasers today in any bat lower prices were not PEPPER is not so much wanted at auction 40 Malabar sold at 3d to 3 Jd for middling half also bags at 5d for and 54d per for good auction a small parcel was taken n at 3id for middling publfc sale esjmtts1 20 cirtls 4 barrels lamaged Patras Currants only partly sold at 43s to 46s or and 44s to 46s which were consi auction 506 bags Calcutta wert Imposed of at previbu i white 44Ibsrefrac tion at good deep grey 71 Ibs refraction to 25s 6d and uurefracted 23s to a6s IndiaKips are less her easier rates were At auction 8065 East India only partly first light dry salted 8d to seconds 7d to dther sort to first heavy seconds fid to dry 3id to 5id 2043 salted Sio Grande Ox were chiefly taken the few sold 4Jd 7481 Baited Buenos Ayres Ox 3ow were nearly all taken in at a few brought to and J44 to 459 dry Batavia Dow sold at 5d to and damaged to 2d 7Tl dry Batavia Buffalo sold 3d to 4d 128 baskets Hide Cut ings sold at to Ifd per JUNE Ocean L D L D New K D li D Duchess of Aberdeen Whf L D Griffins Whf Erbgrtisherzoy C D Regents Qrayesend Anna and Mill Tier ID Visseryl Eel Chain Griefswald G D Geziena do off Customs sV Irongate off Customs Brewers Qy off Customs Whf Lord Dptfd of off Customs THURSDAY JUNE I There has been but a moderate amount of business transacted in the Stock Exchange both markets closed i Consols 3 per cent reduced ditto 34 Exchequer Bills 72 Spanidh 3 per cents ditto fives Mexican Bonds ditto deferred 10 East Indian and just arrived 7 tons July 3 750 bags Plantation Ceylon 20 10 casks Jamaica 7 bales Ceylon 15 cases West India bags Java 250 Java Money Continues plentiful in the discount market and in the Stock ENGLISH Bank lysjr 3 per reduced i New per per reduced i Money 98f i Exchequer Bills 72 74 India Stock 94 96 FOREIGN Buenos Ayres 6 35 37 5 percent 81 82 Belgium 103 2 tons 1 ex Venezuela f Mexican 24 per cents 62i f 5 per cents 1004 5 per sent 46 5 per cent 234 f 3 per cent 35i RAILWAY Great Western new 28 Eastern Counties 1 Hi Brighton Blackwall t 7i Croydon 18 South 25th Kincaird from with 2ob tons Guario tt G Wallace J Scott June A very extensive business has been done in COTTOK in most instances at an advance of on rates of Friday last speculators have taken 4000 and the total sales amount to We have had a dull market today aai closes Jqnt 10 tons Memosa at auction were taken in 7s 6d v fair busineas wasdone today at full prices P Y C on the spOt 41s to4is and tbrdeli very42s 3d to 42s 6d per cwti The above vessels have passed Gravesend since our and contain as follows cargo of the from we noticed on the itith Slains Castle 6115 chests 2388 icheats The Laura 92 hhds IcO pkgs Mof 50 do 15 do 50 do The Mediator 1650 brls 600 pkgs Cheese 300 do 100 do The others and Our first hand CoFFGEsales since we last wrote you consisted of about 5000 bags imported by the at 214 to Generally prices are well andin particularfair ordinary Java at 22 cents is enquired but at that price hardly In other sorts little took plage Sumatra is worth 174 Brazil 184 to 21 cts of the latter 4400 bags haverecently Of unrefined SUGAR upwards of casks half of the quantity for were this week disposed of this sort is at present quoted 19 to East India to and fair Havannah 27 to 32 In the course of the last days about 7000 bags Java RICE found by private contract at different ac cording to quality cleaned Rice has been sold at 7 to Table at to I and cleaned Carolina isheld at 11 to according to New Malaga RAISINS are worth 15 Smyrna Zante BANTS ALMONDS are becoming very without any variation brown Pepper 20 and Pimento 21 TEA since last weeks sales has been in more some packages have realized a reasonable profit the Commercial Company has retired from the market with the quantity bought in by sin save afew parcels Surinam and Nickerie which sold at full nothing of any importance came to our knowledge the general opinion respecting the article much particularly for United which is held at a higher excepting 25 packages of Porto no first hand sales were effected since the last eight days in the course of the present week about 500 hhds ex will be brought into the hut of the 246 hhds Kentucky now for being held at too exorbitant no buyers have ab yet appeared towards the 4th ot 307 pkgs 60 serons and 37 serons Dpmingo lately have been declared for American J0t ASHES remain ne glected New York of 1843 have been sold at 14 and newditto both in Pearl 16 fl in bond have beent and may be bought at that price Petersburg on delivery has been paid with 16 in and on direct may be bought at 174 June Business in COFFEE has been less brisk in this than the preceding but prices remained the same our sales amounted to 350 bags ordinary to fajfr ish at 26 to 26i 80 bags Sumatra at 19 to 1500 ordinary to good ordinary Do mingo at 21ii 214 to and to good ordinary green Brazil at 22i to 23 Unrehned remained in the sameposi tion as last and 500 boxes yellow Havannah sold at to in COTTON was in fair 2200 bales having been taken at an advance of 1 to 14 cento per besides a small parcel of 40 bales Surat were placed at a price we could not HIDES fully maintained last weeks rates 8000 dry Buenos Ay i es and Mpue and salted besides 4UO dry Rio having found buyers at differ ent according to quality good sorts are actually and would meet with an immediate shut shut opening July shut div June ex prern per share ex per share per share ex per share ex div per share 6i7 per share Midland 934 div per share London and 218 220 per share Bristol and Eketer Off the START 26th Sir Charles JVopter from sailed 27th Mauritius 16th Cape Helena i With From 1500 bags 300 bales Jute 612 binds Saltpetre 4390 Sugar 390 11555 gallons Rum 26th Coofifrom sailed 23th with 6981 bags 126 jcaaks Sugar Off the 26th Mary Hay from V D sailed Launceston 29th In the 26th Osbert Bell rota Jean van Eych from Havannah for Off 26th Johann from Batavia for sailed St Helena 27th At 25th 26th Terra Nova trom sailed 3rd Fenelljitom Buenos sailed 16th for i At 26th Hammerton from Cape Ibroftirta from New Our SUGAR market since the last eight during which we had no hasnot undergone any varia and the sales were confined to 19 bads on the spot at 36 fr per 50 in bond on delivery several lotd of about 350 hhds were taken at the same and about 400 hhus Foreign Sugar 30 in bond of 675 bags by private con 64 duty by public at different besides about 1000 boxes Havannah Were sold on delivery at 40 fr for and 30 for The transactions in COFFEE were limited to bags Havannah at 55 fr in a few bags Brazil at 40 and some ordinary Yago at47 j On contract 2000 bags Aleppy deliver able by a French were taken at 70 fr per 50 kilo tluty We have also to remark the sale of 548 bales ordinary to good ordinary Georgia COTTON at 70 which after the news from the leading markets had that a rise of 2 fr had taken place in that article in JJunel not a single sale was Printed and Published at the Office for the CHAMBER OF Mincing where all communication are to be to the Editor 10s per quarter in and 6d in the free of this LIST be npt delivered it is particularly requested lhat immedute notice be given by Post or any Qtfaer UmoLof T
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