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   Commercialist And Weekly Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1833, London, Middlesex                                THE COMMERCIALIST WEEKLY No JUNE THEATRES JUNE The BEG rARS with ELLEN and The OF On there will be no for the First Time at this the musicftltomance of HKNR1 SAD IiBR 8 the accommodation of the Juvenile the New Pantomime Will be performed at an earlier period June and during the Hie performances will commence with the Hlsto n ma of The TOWER OF after FAIR ONE WITH THE GOLDEN LOCKS EQUIN OF THE GIANTS the course of II Fvcning Miss Clarke will exhibit her unrivalled per the TightRope j the whole to conclude REGENTS Proprietors of these Magnificent Exhibi tions respectfully Invite the attention of the Public to pprlnccd Prices of Admission to the following objects to the whole Interior of the tninine the Panorama of London and its Environs for miles as seen from three the saloon of the Ball and from Pauls Cathe Hal aad View from the To the Conserva tories Swiss Marine Alpine Annual Tickets may be rnHE Use of the newlyinvented INJECTING A APPARATUS is decidedly the best means of curing I niogsTioN and Sold by HAacouniy a Lower and Sweetiwgs Alley See Jukes little nublishcd by EFFINCHAM Royal wherein the Author describes the superiority of this Appa ratus over Syringes or Pumps of any ticular and extensive enquiries upon this and consequently we can speak confidently upon A GENERAL SUMMARY OF THE PRICES June SUGAR British report of an additional duty on Raw Sugars of per in duced Grocers in the lust and the beginning of the present week to purchase beyond their immediate wants but the holders asking more pre vented business to any extent being and the prices have not risen above to per Trinidad by public brought to for low brown to good middling yellow IMPORTANT TO EVERY AN eminent Medical Writer has and experl enci lias proved toi that those who are attentive tiifeStotnach and Bowels In Draper prevent and railvattain chfeerfifl afidlicialtnt old age for thstbriily desirable purpose STOMACH PILLS are particularly bfcirifc prepared With the Sulphate of and the most and Aperient Drucs of the They In all proved superior to evjeir other Medicine in the cure of stomach and Liver Doss of Indi sensation of and Oppression after Shortness Of and all Disorders incident to the Stomach and and an tellent Restorative after any excess or too free indulgence at the as they gently ptnrge and cleanse the strengthen the improve and invige rate the whole Females who value goodi health should never be without as they purify the remove and give the skin a and blooming Persons of a phle tbortc who are subject to Dimness of from too great a flow of blood to the Should take them They tie so mild arid gentle in their that children and persons of all ages may take them at any as they do not contain orjuiy other ingredient that requires conftneniieiit 6r restriction of They should be kept In every family as a remedy in cases of sudden for by their prompt Cholera and other alarming which too Often prove may be speedily cured or pre Prepared and sold by 86 High in at and1 each and may be had of Barclay and Earring duo Oxford street Hanuay and Oxford street Middle Holborh Strand Royal Exchange Gate Coronal j Great Surrey street Blackfriars Wilmott Borough Pauls Pauls Poplar Romfurd and all the principal Medicine Vendors in Town or Ask for STIRLINGS STOMACH And be sure written on the Stamp WEEKLY STATE OF la our last we alluded to the circumstance of ex tensive orders frjom the Continent for These orders have continued all this and have been with considerable promptitude in the East India market and lnrge quantities of articles of the growth of that quarter have been shipped lut holders of West India produce have been very backward in do as to enable shipping houses to complete their packages for and even tail dealers have been compelled to submit to much higher terms in their because whether correctly or not we do not stop to imagine that in the present crisis of West India produce must be much Continental orders are also very brisk m the manufacturing and foreign merchants are down there making large which circumstance has had the effect of producing considerable temporary Every steam boat that has arrived from the Continent for the last week has brought great numbers of purchasers of produce and manufac tured and the late letters from and other similar allude to the quantity of foreigners now among We lioartily wish this activity may The late commercial letters from Holland are very inte It appears that already 150 vessels have sailed trom Amsterdam on what the Dutch call Expeditions which is taking out goods to and other settlements and to show the activity and mercantile enterprize that at present exists in it is stated that a in order to catch a had weighed anchor from Rotterdam at at twelve she reached and was at sea in two hours The President of the Trade Society at in a speech delivered to the share stated that cotton manufactories in Hol land had now reached that state of that they should no longer have occasion to go to Bel gium for goods of that as the Dutch would be enabled to manufacture for their own consump all but the finer for which they will come to It is customary at this season of the year to have a variety of unfavorable reports put forth by interested speculators as to the state of the hop with a view to advance the price of this important article of This has been the case in the present year but we can UPJU the best that the bines were never or the wore free from and and 167 Barbadoes went from which cannot be stated as an The quantity sold during the week may be estimated at Our present stock of British Planta tion Sugars exceeds that of the same time last year by a considerable RITIUS SUGAR Up to yesterday the quantity brought to the hammer was The trado did not buy so but speculators paid an ad vance from to per Ordinary to good and fine to to and fine dry to Our stock of these Sugars shews a surplus of about This bags Mau mostly good dry sold again uncom monly and in some instances to higher the greatest part was again bought on speculation by one of the leading Brokers INDIA SUGAR Bengal continues in and the supply at market not being an advance of to is paying on last Companys Our present stock about bags more than last In Siam Sugars there is also an improve partfcblarlr in lot anddamp bags Manilla good about 200 went today at the the rest withdrawn at to but sold FOREIGN SUGAR A sale of 840 chests supe rior white Havannah is reported at which price is not obtainable either for small parcels or by public average prices of or Muscovado computed from the Returns made in the week ending the 4th day of is per exclusive of the Duties of Customs paid or payable thereon on the impor tation thereof into Great West India Molasses are per dearer 72 brought to per COFFEE Notwithstanding the late unfavourable accounts from Jamaica respecting this and the report of an additional duty of per on British the market has been uncom monly heavy this and although there were but 60 casks Jamaica put up by public prices went full about to good to and low mid to and the biddings without any Cinnamon keeps Mace very Nutmegs to per Of Cassia 220 chests were put ob tained to Pepper rather enquired but continually parcels brought to the ham which obtain 3f to although often very public sale 5185 bags large and and 577 robins black Pepper sifted abroad and according to samples very clean sold at to which would appear an improvement it must be considered that inequality was rather superior to the general run of privilege Pep 230 bags white Pepper mostly taken in at HOME CORN EXCHANGE We had a moderate arrival of Wheat this morn and fine parcels met a ready sale at somewhat better than tliis day whilst other sorts also were taken off on quite as good Barley obtains a trifling and Beans and Peas are rather dearer than Oat trade is about per quarter dearer than this day though without much briskness in the as last of Wheat and Flour this week is and the though is not cheaper than on and Peas obtain quite as good prices and of which the arrival is very are taken off on somewhat better Essex to 66 Old 64 60 60 New H6 Barley 26 Good grinding 26 28 Fine malting28 31 55 88 32 Maple 34 BUTCHERS We have a general slackness of business this and in most things there baa been a pro portionate decline in prices from Mondays The topfigure for Beef is consequently hut and the very best Sheep are not worth more than in both ot which the reduction is per Veal the fall is nothing realising more than which is full less than Mondays quota depreciation in Lamb is but being obtained for choice the stone of 32 35 36 to 88 36 Old 40 Ticks 28 31 Old Fine harrow 32 34 10 is 19 21 17 19 20 22 23 74 25 per quarter 8 a fine Ifl ia 3 4 0 to 3 8 to 4 Head of Monday Friday 6 to 4 8 Beasts i Sheep 1 Calves 2283 is 364 I 310 to 4 160 110 AND B to 3 34 4 2 to 3 8 2 4 8 Veal 8 to 4 o to Pork 4 4 0 4 AVERAGE PRICES OF Per Imperial of England and for the week ending May 34 6 17 7 81 3 8 T Average of the last Six which regu latca the Wheat Barley 25 Oats 17 Rye 30 11 so 5 Duty on FOREIGN CORN for the present 24 4 21 3 Rye Beans Od 24 3 24 3 QUANTITIES AND PRICES OF BRITISH Sold ia Mark Lane during the week ending May frorrt the Returns to the Inspector by the Corn Imperial I Wheat 7089 55 7 I Rye 2 0 Barley 26 4 I 31 4 Oats 8 9 80 9 Town per si Yellow Russia 47 White 46 Soap ditto 44 6 Yellow to Mottled 70 72 0 16 Melting 37 Good 4 Ditto Rough 21 el o o o SHEEP Best Polled fl o 8 Halfbreds o ft Downs 4 0 6 PRICE OF The price of good Store to as follows per BKI M j s dozen discount forcmshi RAW Market Hides per to each 6 6 o 0 Horse U 0 tt GRAIN Quarters arrived fttttriMay 3jtrt Jorte Scotch sh 6818 3804 4027 7036 737 UH 38 gn sh 3580 sacks 20 1031 sacks gn Crop Hides 80 to 4 01 b each MA 40 to so Ib j2j iaj 60 60 i BullHides 11 li English to Foreign 14 Dressing Hides K jj i shaved 13 best Saddlers Hides so to 40 Ib doten li 40 to 50 Ib lfl 60 to 60 Ib 80 Small Greenland 17 Largedjtto ia English HOTBO Hides 12 17A 23 18 17 FLO sacfc to 40 46 Essex and on board 40 43 Norfolk and 3S 40 AND Inspectors Friday quarter to I to white to 68 to a J White to partfine eveti sold at to 153 bags East India Cloves sold at to 22 balesj common PIMENTO A considerable speculation has taken place in this owing to the accounts and from Ja maica and at public sales of 460 to was paid for ordinary to good middling being an advance of about COCHINEAL Much business has been and prices to TOBACCO Little done in Virginias during last Exports only about 200 Two cargoes of good quality have bnt no alteration in Good and fine leafy main tained high stocks being small and the de mand In Kentucky there has been more and more would have been done if holders had submitted to a trifling TEA The Sale commenced on and Boheas sold 0s follows i chests to being i per dearer than last i to being to to being to Congou ls 1Q 2g bdng ld to 2d f low to per the finer sorts but little alteration Common Congous to 2s Better to 2s Fine to Best only 1 break to SPIRITS Rum has participated in the general advance of all West Indian but Brandy is Considerable sales have been nearly realizing former HOPS The accounts from the Plantations are and the duty has consequently advanced to 1 The price of Foreign Butter has advanced since our last to and per cwt no sales of consequence in Bacon is still and quotations for Waterford are and and for Limerick and per cwt low qualities have been in increased de mand at CHEESE The supplies are but limited the demand coatinues aud the stocks much Prices have again ASHES An advance of to per has taken place since the last public TAL LOW The demand for this article has somewhat improved since our but prices are the same as last Yellow Candle and late delivery per INDIGO An advance of to Belfast 68 Cork 70 Limerick 71 XNOLISH per 32 36 38 York 30 Q 84 Double Gloucester Single ditto 40 6d as 3d Water ford sides 88 42 Cut 50 70 56 04 Cumberland 86 69 The highest price of Bread in the Metropolis is for the 41 There are others who sell from a half penny to threehalfpence below that HAY AND JUNK Per Load of 36 Hay 66 to 76 50 60 Clover 65 95 afi 30 Old Meadow Hay 63 80 Inferior 55 New Meadow Hay Fine Upland Meadow and Rye grass Hay Clover Hay 75 84 Oat Wheat Straw 27 30 50 70 40 Dutch 4ff 60 trefoil 25s42 8 13 Btown i Spring Linscea 45 Hempseed Sfi 252 per per Greenland jff Whale ss o tp S3 10 Sperm 0 24 0 Rape 6a a 0 K ent per New Sussex 6 Essex Vine o o Kent 7 o to 6 ft 18 STonfejrt t 0 o T 0 e 7 7 o 0 0 0 0 0 Clover 60 tc Si New 50 New Wheat Straw 22 27 New FORTUAN Old Meadow Hay 60 69 FiueUplandMeadow and Clover 80 80 New Wheat Straw 28 32 On Pig per 13 per ton ft u 0 Pateiitshot lto5 16 10 0 b 17 10 0 16 o o White Lead 0 Litharge 17 o 0 0 0 0 01 In per 77 60 bigots 73 o o Grain Blocks 03 0 o In 0 II o 0 per 41H 0 0 Mai me Metal for o 4 British Raw to Irish and 9 8 0 0 Wine 54 per 0 o Gin 22 under 8 6 0 Cognac 4 6 4 B ind ditto 8 8 4 2 Inferior 3 3 0 Bourdeaux 2 9 o PRICES OF TIMBER PER Quebec fts Oil 46 IQi 04 PineRed 4 10 0 4 18 o Riga 5 7 0 0 o Dantzic and 4 17 6 Portugal In coin 4 o Foreign In SI 9 New 0 0 9 New with o 4 New without 4 Silver In standard 04 PH1CE OF PRICES EACH Bank 3 per Reduced 3 per Consols per 3 per 31 Reduced 4 per New 5 per Bank LongAnnuitlca South Sea Stocks Old 3 New 3 per India 8s 30i pm IJ9 204 i UMJ y 894 90 17 316 204 5 95 62i 97 description of We made is asked by most of Exchequer Bank for Account India Stock for Red Ditto 3i Imperial s Ann OI4 30s s pm 5is 50b pni sus 52s pm sis 204 U 1 8QJ 604 201 51 89 90J EACH 3 20 3 103 17i 316 i 28s s pm 5 is 53s pin 205 i 5 4 80S go 17i 5i6 pm 5 is 52s pm 23 3J 9 2 4 12 8 i3 Marcs 3 days Mo Maiii Hcters burgh 3 effective U ditto Madrid 11 10 7 10 0 7i 37 47 26 6 47 393 12114 471 46 98 Mo per 6   

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