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Commercialist And Weekly Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1833, London, Middlesex THE COMMERCIALIST WEEKLY VOL WEEKLY STATE OF Commercial depression has proceeded with rapid strides since our last communication and wo are not aware of nv branch of trade that is now not labouring under we except the Silk in which there is good business in The East and West India Markets are literally and the value of the articles in them materially reduced within the last we Have looked with peculiar anxiety to the manufac turing in their is involved the hcartpierciny consideration of unemployed artizans and destitute As we have before the silk are fully employed but those engaged uuon Cotton and arc already feeling tlie effects of the general There was a strong ex nectation in Lancashire that the American orders would be very large but that not been the case and upon a comparative statement that we have It appears that they will be less by 15 than they were The order from the United States for Woollen eoods will also be less this than by an equal 1he orders from the which wo liave not noticed for several because they have no particular are now so far important as to that the Markets there are or at least that houses at and other great are resting their and not inclined to increase One letter we have seen from Hamburgh well explain this The ureeaent state of affairs in Holland and the Peninsula is so although mercantile men we hope to see them we must be candid in acknow that are chances for things going A crisis for good or evil mast come and oar house is as we believe many waiting for it before we enter into because it must be lected that allthe which either in eqinmer cial or financial is folly whilst adverse events are not the public are not It appears that nonintercourse between Holland and lielgiuin has among other that of ren dering the former a manufacturing Some pro cress is now making both in woollen and cotton manufac tures in the interior qf LAST STATE OF THE The present improved form of our Commercialist renders the Monday Editions of other London Weekly Newspapers altogether THE ORIGINAL CORN EXCLUSIVELY TOR THIS Corn The extensive supplies of Wheat which we have re A GBNBRAl SUMMARY THB PRICES November The demand for British Plantation continues dull and notwithstanding importers were willing to ac cent a reduction q to per which had no other effect them that of inducing purchase only for The refiners were slack in their the market may be stated not above 1800 disposed of Bince our hurtu Jamaicas1 soul at to sood to middling and fr per brown to good and to 55s Average of Brown ftus covado Returns madfr In the Week endiafrtbjB59thBayvofvOctbber per cwt exclushre ofvtatB Duties of Customs paid or payable thereon on the Importation thereof Into Great i The markets for and other continue i much quantities of eoods beirigfbrced on the7markets Worn circumstances arf from ft desire on the part of holders of goods recwntty imported to Tlie season for shipping to the north Of Europe is now tinWWae to ft the un favourable accounts froth the and other and bringfrus to that state of JwWflfrSeemBitocojrrespond with the trloomy tee of In ttie flionthof a periwl 6l throughout the country regretted that no improve ment whateveroair be having taken place in this ThfrHollandereand Belgians continue by virtue of the high bounty from their to supply those with Sttgaru who used to be our regular It is that tney can afford to ship loaves aMhobghthey pay it the same In Bfffe tt tor good There is at 28s on and equal srsi the Plantation without aU Grocers perfectly quiet holders tiy no meatjs deduction may be and the above mostly By public sale Jamaica werfr nearly all bonght to good to l and no further In coBgequence of these reduced prices of Plantation Coffee Bast India such aercan be cleared at the duty of per are also Good Ceylon may again be had at to t good bright to and to beUig all a considerable and at least for the without any Boheain largeoUeitahis to 3s lOdv per paldw Othear first arrival of newTuFltey polled this was put up to public sale on Monday in large and small part only beiagf disposed ofat 58s to 60s Another cargo Is steadilyat New Sultanas sell steadily at Valencia Raisins meet a steady sale at foruier prices ildotJier sorts riot much dbtng At public on Wednesday offered in quar ter barrelsy and small barrels to 82Si chests and half chests in quarter chests small boxes to 1168 car naif quarter WiA JK Tobacco Tha accounts from as regards the cnfeitirfe very Americaa Jetfeis sReakofvery high Jw enabled holders to requjre an advance of to per The demand limitfcdoh accouit of the duU season bfthe ami cojlseqaent closing of the northern w 8il3tTht Compatryh Friday and thipugdut fuTlf neit parcel td arrive uf rbiieUbaiBbeen per MJrtW Hate kletlttted per a vejry gqod inquiry for bags by the London brewers but for there li but little ceived since this day particularly from Essex Lincolnshire and and the condition of the samples having become cold and owing to the damp state of the rendered the trade extremely and very fine maintained their pre vious not only with but at all the leading Coun try and the currency in all re main firm for the present and in the event of any de mand will advance Ordinary and those out of are susceptible of little hn more especially as the imposts from Ireland we have every reason to be and though the produce of the Irish Wheat Harvest is generally repre sented as inferior to that of last and the grain and ear yet it is estimated as yielding a better return to the Miller in addition to when it is recollected that the increased breadth sown is calculated to amount to a seventh or an the no of this season will turn out more than adequate to meet the defi ciency in the We had this morning few fresh sam ples from the Home but the accumulations ol the previous week caused the stands to be well Selected parcels met a slow sale at the quotations of last but all other descriptions hang very heaVily on though offered at a reduction of per quarter and at the close of the market very little progress had been effected towards Old Wheat continued to meet on fully as good No transactions took place in Bonded The of fine Malting Barley being and barely equal to the the samples offering were in fair at fully the quota tions of last In a few for prime Nor rather more money was realised secondary Malting descriptions were difficult to and sustained no im provement In distilling qualities remained without Old feeding were rather more in request at their former The sale for Malt continues extremely even for the best parcels and Inferior samples are nearly though to be procured on lower The largexecelpts of Irish Oats last week amounting to rendered the trade excessively languid and though this we had few samples of either or Irish put yet the quantity left over from last caused the show of samples to exceed the and the article found a slow sale at a redaction of per from the prices of t bis day New moved offhand rather Old underwent White Boiling being In better Essex were and prices tending do and Grey rather and the turn Linseed continued to meet but the samples offering are extremely In Bapeseed little but prices rThe arriValB of Flourliave been large past Tftwn allowing the inteiTncdiatc prices to fluctuate according to the actual rates Tha few fine dry parcels of wheat today at were held at last Mondays cur rency but all and secondary were quite though offered on lower say per quarter and some quantity of Lincolnshire and Yorkshire wheat was left unsold at the close of thft Barley was in liberal and the demand proving the better description of malting quality gave way per and distilling and grinding parcels were dull at the same Prime samples of malt support their former but inferior sorts are nearly and the quotations perfectly The supplies of oats have been remarkably amount ing only to 950 quiuters in consequence of adverse not a single vessel arrived from The late accumulated stocks moved off slowly at Mondays and good fresh English and Scotch old and new were much enquired Beans met a limited at last weeks The supply of peas was boiling as well as maple and remained unaltered in to the decline in the bonded peas were iu and boilers would have realised to BUTCHERS The market continues in a very depressed scarcely anything being Tiie Monday so low that We cannot from with the exception of which then made bin is now down to and that the very utmost the quality being so quotation for Mut ton remains at and for sells very and barely obtains is so littlo Lamb to be that we do not put any figure for To sink the per stone Beef 10 to 3 4 to 4 o 3 0 3 8 4 2 Veal Pork o to 4 4 to Head of Cattle this 605 aflio 164 Head of Cattle on 2877 130 320 NEWOATk AND UY THIS Beef 2 6 to 3 0 to 3 4 VCal a 8 to 3 8 to 4 3 0 3 PoTk 8 3 OdJ Essex and Red 52 to 66 Old 57 New 60 Old 61 Suftolkand Norfolk RedNewandOld48 60 West Country Reds 3 56 Northumberland Scotch rdd 50 53 68 Irish 47 60 Barley 31 34 Distilling 28 50 Suffolk and Norfolk Ware 64 63 Hog ana Grey 33 36 35 38 White Boilers 36 39 Harrow Ticks 35 30 31 ENO Lisa feed 16 18 Short small 18 22 Poland SCOTCH 20 24 28 26 IRISH 19 20 Potatoe 21 24 per quartet 8 9 nne u 16 GAME AT LEADENHALL GROUSK from Scotland axe from to those from and of BLACK at and a few at a very at a T1UUGK3 are at wnilst the Scotch fetch a to and those from to WILD and and a from not very at and and from Cambridge and a and tne COMMON a from to a market generally is and trade raiher FOREIGN GRAIN AND FLpUR IMPORTED INTO the Clyde and for the Week ending the Both experienced a slow and prices inclined Wheat Total for the Week 2280 Previously 66329 65639 Total thw Year PRICES OK POTATOES AT Marsh od per Od 458 408 Od AND IRISH 80 85 73 76 Belfast 82 0 76 J7 Limerick 77 0 78 40 44 4u 4i 00070 York Doable Olobcester jSmgle ditto k Cheshire 70 50 Fpreujn Belfast New 40 60 74 56 FOREIGN In very difficult to 4is to befltMarifs Irish Blouir short obtains in retail of theIata arnviila Dantzic were of qualify proved fully Ifnot the sliipmenjs from The Wheat uad been of the best Polish qualities and higher The arrivals of English Wheat during the current week vary and though many of the samples are particularly from some jed par yet the dampweather has so have become reluctant no were at the com menqement short of stock but latterly they havebeen become some and only inclined to take off the selected rain having replenished the the mills have been enaTded to get into and we maytherefore anticipate a plentiful supplyof Flour for several succeeding and depression Of to per not apprehend that the decline will be sufficient to the toj quotation though sales will doubtlesstake place at to j but the difference in price not f The present currency will be norofoajiy at once erro irequs it present adopted of only or j 54 a 65 42 a 62 62 a 60 66 a 44 a 48 50 a 68 and 49 SUesiail and 6i flfia Mecklenburg and 47 o 58 Zealand and Brabrant Danish and Hard 48 a Spanish 44 a soft a White Tuscan and Red 50 a Ditto OdessaHard 44 a Red 60 a 66 White Indian Red and Yellow 30 a White 32a36 BuckWbeat Barley baale and 204 31 Danzig and Russian 26 a27 Pomeranian and Holstein and 22 u 2 a small 35v3 31 ti 3 Non 33 a Boilers 38 a 4 Dutch and feed Mecklenburg and 15 u 1 H61steih and ISoji The and foreign Currency of as remawedunalterftt Oa45 24 tt34 5a36 4 d96 8 a 93 6a43 6 a43 2 a 32 Town per Yellow Russu 48 Soap ditto Melting 37 Ditto 31 Yellow per da PRICE Crop to each I 14 13 r iu 60 w v English to 12 iouii and ivanfaing qliotationa of Fliur I and rninimton the of or to m preference to quotations 18 jjj EugnshHorss Hictes There was a larger and business brist THE LONDON GAZETTE OF REPORT the N1IMJBER of and the AVERAGE PRICE of CORN and GRAIN sold in the several Counties of England and Wales com prising the Hundred and Fifty Towns named in Act of the 9th which governs WEEKENDED OCTOBER M cheapest FUENISHING mgst and Metrppolis is Proprietors bfl and Warehouses London near ITinobury jtheaaMan the Public are 1IRST from a stock of at least200 with appropriate an equally o GENERAL The whole conducted upon the same tftat have governed these Establish ments for tte Itiist ard at positively WHOLE SALE Trade and Country Dealers are reminded tuat a considerable reduction took place to them oa the 25th of March late Kent and Car penters and Londonwall near Finsbury THE APPEARANCE OF A GENTLEMAN JS uniformly Improved by the FOXS PATENT METALLIC FEATHERWEIGHT manufactured upon principles peculiarly so as to eii bure aji exact At to the without the possibility of The increasing patronage it continues to re ceive is the teat of its use and W M thinks it necessary to state that he does not keep a large Stock on that Gentlemen may be im poseii 011 with he pledges himself to make to every without having recourse to old stock for that whicli he himself is enabled to accomplish with skill and promp Solo proprietor of the celebrated CIRCASSIAN for the GROWTH OF and BOTANIC SHAVING j t 1 1 in Londop 53 32 a w sj 4101 61 31261 45 31 9 33 U 6j 82 11 21061 31 25 6 18 4 20 9 21 34 8 4 34 10 3 0 31 5 1 40 0 36 11 Kent 82 ic 53 31 0 Bedford 52 32 S Berkshire 29 Aylesbnry Oxford 51 b 170 51 2tf 10 233 2 4 20 10 38 40 i Huntingdon Suffolk 51 3779 50 U 402kl 50 30 42U 30 9 48561 29 984 4 16 4 19 b 35 4 91 39 Norfolk 51 29 Yorkshire 60 0 976i 49 so 6 407M 31 6 19 3H 42 Durham 47 34 47 26 02 27 52 29 CheBhire 45 32 e Lancashire 48 54 Nottingham y M U4 62 4 as 43 W arwicktih U 53 l1 33 1 45 Worcester 62 K t 1 18 1 20 Cornwall 25 Dorset 36 G 10 9 42 STOCK Of BONDED GRAIN and SEEDS tot the Week ending S7di Barley Rye Beans V Blanket liWtO Flannel J8d Combing 1 d Trade brisfc KAW Market Hides to Call Skins 0 HorsaHHtes lit 0 0 seed 106 i44 439 M Aggregate of the last Six whicli regulates the Barley 30 8 Oats 19 11 35 4 3611 Peaa 40 4 Duty on 1ORK1GN COKJN lor the present Wheat Barley Oats Peas 16 18 S 16 9 15 6 9 6 PoUed Lambs 3a Od to Dowii 2s fid to Od PolledBkina 58 to 7s 0d jod to 4ji Fish 252 per seed Greenland if r Whale 21 0 to 32 I Gallipoll Seal 22 0 23 o I ooto o Sperm 368 o Portugal In coin Foreign Inoars New Doubloons New Dollars with New Suver iu pel 000 a i loj ooo 0 4 11 Inspectors u 5s Os quarter 28s to 35s Oats 2us to 27 s Beans 34s to 42s 8sa 42s Rye to 3as per ton 16 16 17 oij W IntfQfs firidn CQ 40 26 Per sack of Townmade 1st Coiui try Marks 46 to 60 West Country 40 4i Norfolk and 40 Stockton Yorkshire as Irish 40 Ditto per barrel of 190 American 30 In Bond ib Dauuic 30 Ditto Canadian 70 vH 1 0 22 62 43 New to 40 to 6Bs White 6U 72 French 40 Dutch 46 Trefoil 24 brown I white 12 Lunwea per 45 Hempaeed 30 lronCCND4il8 10 bd 11 10 English inBarb 8 0 Kent Pockets per cwt Choice ditto a o 0 9 0 SosbexPockets 6 0 6 i o u Eastkeut 7 0 0 Farnhaw fine ill to 121 12s Ditto seconds to 111 is Old Duty laid at to 9 British Raw Irisll and Scotch y 10 Wiue 64 per I Gm 22 under tt Bruuuy Cognac 4 0 iudUiouab Hourdcaux 2 tt 0 OF TIMBER PER Quebec Oak Jt6 uu Orf 4b 0t Pine 4 lo 0 4 12 fi Riga Fir ft 000 Duitzic and 6 ft o i
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