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SPITALFIELDS, per Cwt.
Ware.. .....3 0 to 4
BOROUGH, per Cut.
..3 0 to 4
COUNTRY CORN MARKETS.
By the QUARTER, excepting where otherwise named; from Wednesday to
Saturday last, inclusive.
The Scotch Markets are the Returns of the Weck before.
s. to s. d.
s. to s. d. 52 60 0 50 56 0
s. to s. d. 33 35 0
48 60 0
48 52 0
48 61 0 32
HAY and STRAW, per Load.
Whitechapel.--Hay....84s. to 90s.
Straw...34s. to 40s.
Clover..90s. to 130s.
30 36 0
52 62 0
52 58 0 34 37 0
58 67 0
50 56 0 36 39
0 0 0 0 0 0 00 57 0
* Dalkeith and Haddington are given by the boll.-The Scotch boll for Wheat, Rye, Pease, and Beans, is three per cent. more than 4 bushels. The boll of Barley and Oats, is about 6 bushels Winchester, or as 6 to 8 compared with the English quarter.
Liverpool, Aug. 15.-During the past week Wheats, both new and old were sparingly purchased, at the prices last quoted. Oats and Barley, which are scarce, were sold at a small advance. Flour and Oatmeal improved in value, 1s. per 280 lbs. on the former, and 2s. to Ss. per 240 lbs. on the latter. At this day's market, although a decline of about 3d. per 70 lbs. was submitted to, sales were very limited for new British and Irish Wheats, and Foreign scarcely sustained late prices. Oats and Barley were in good demand, at an advance of about 2d. per bushel, and fine sweet Oatmeal was very brisk sale, at the annexed quotations. Beans and Pease were each somewhat dearer.
Imported into Liverpool from the 8th to 14th August, 1826, inclusive :— Wheat, 16,598; Barley, 456; Oats, 5,870; Rye, 1,156; Malt, 4,036; Beans, 893; and Pease, 47 quarters. Flour, 5 sacks, per 280 lbs. Oatmeal, 1,333 packs, per 240 lbs. American Flour, 1,309 barrels.
Guildford, Aug. 19.—Wheat, old, 127. to 177. 15s. ; ditto, new, for mealing, 15. to 177. per load. Barley, 30s. to 36s.; Oats, 30s. to 37s.; Beans, 48s. to 56s.; and Pease, grey, 50s. to 56s. per quarter.
Norwich, Aug, 19.-We had a liberal supply of both Old and New Wheat at market to-day. New Red sold from 46s. to 51s.; White, to 54s.; Old Red, 48s. to 55s.; White ditto, to 56s. Of Barley, we had a considerable quantity offered, prices from 30s. to 36s.; Oats, 22s. to 28s.; Old Beans, 44s. to 48s.; Grey Pease, 40s. to 46s.; Old dito, to 47s.; New White Boilers, to 60s. per quarter; and Flour, 48s. to 44s. per sack.
Bristol, Aug. 19.-The supplies of Corn, &c. here continue moderate. Little business is doing, and the present prices are about as below quoted: -Wheat from 5s. 3d. to 7s. 6d.; Barley, 3s. 3d. to 5s.'3d.; Oats, 2s. 9d. to 3s. 10d.; Beans, 4s. 6d. to 7s. 6d. ; and Malt, 5s. 3d. to 8s. 6d. per bushel, Imperial. Flour, Seconds, 37s. to 47s. per bag.
Ipswich, Aug. 19.-We had again to-day a very small market. Very little old Corn, and only a few samples of New. Prices as follow:-Wheat, old, 54s. to 60s.; New ditto, 54s. to 60s.; Barley, 30s. to 33s.; Beans, 46s. to 48s.; and Pease, 48s. per quarter.
Wisbech, Aug. 19.-The quantity of Grain offered and Wheat, Oats, and Beans, were each from 1s. to 2s. —Red Wheat, 50s. to 56s.; White ditto, 56s. to 58s.; and Beans, 46s. to 48s. per quarter.
to-day was small, per quarter dearer. Oats, 24s. to 30s. ;
Manchester, Aug. 19.-We have had a fair demand during the week for most articles in the trade, and in a few instances higher prices have been obtained. This day's, market was moderately attended, but the show of samples was extremely limited; and those of Spring Corn quite inadequate to the demand. Wheat sold rather better, at a trifling improvement.Oats still continue extremely scarce, and were much inquired for, at an advance of 4d. to 5d. per bushel.-Beans are in request, at a further advance of 1s. per qr.-Barley commands 3d. per bushel more than last week's rates, and very little offering.-Malt and Flour is the turn lower.Oatmeal is full 1s. per load dearer, and moves off readily.
Newcastle-on-Tyne, Aug. 19.-We had rather a short supply of Wheat from the farmers this morning, which was readily taken off by the millers, at 1s. per quarter advance. Rye is rather more in demand, and prices have advanced 2s. per quarter. Grinding Barley is getting scarce, and is dearer 1s. to 2s. per qr. Fine Malt is 1s. to 2s. per quarter dearer. We had a very short supply of Oats, which sold readily, at 1s. and 2s. per qr. advance.
COUNTRY CATTLE AND MEAT MARKETS, &c.
Norwich Castle Meadow, Aug. 19.-We had not a single lot of fat cattle to this day's market, but a considerable supply of all sorts of Store Stock. A very few Scots were sold at about 4s. per stone, when fat. Short Horns, Ss. to Ss. 6d.; Cows and Calves, also Homebreds of all sorts, a very slow sale. Pigs selling more readily.
Manchester, Aug. 16.-We had a tolerable supply of Cattle to this day's market, which were sold much about the same as last week. The show of Sheep and Lambs being rather plentiful went off slowly, and barely support our currency. Pigs were scarce, and in general realized a trifling advance.-Beef, 44d. to 53d.; Mutton, 44d. to 54d.; Lamb, 34d. to 44d.; Veal, 5d. to 64d.; and Pork, 4d. to 5d. per pound, sinking offal.
AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN, sold in the Maritime Countics of
Wheat. Barley. Oats.
0... 27 1
8....33 3....24 6
0.... 0 0
.41 10....30 10
* The London Average is always that of the Week preceding.
"That it is well known to your Honourable House, that, for more than " twenty years, the particular families received a large part of the above, mentioned emoluments out of the money borrowed from the fundholders; that, during that period, more than a million of money was taken out of "the loans to be given to the Church; and that, in fact, no inconsiderable "part of the whole of the loans went into the pockets of these families; " and, therefore, your Petitioners will not suppose it possible for your "Honourable House to harbour an intention to take even a single shilling << from the Fundholders, so long as these families shall continue to receive those emoluments."-NORFOLK PETITION, 3d January, 1823.
SIR JAMES GRAHAM, BART.,
On his Pamphlet, entitled "CORN AND CURRENCY;" which Pamphlet is addressed to the " Landowners," and which Pamphlet contains a proposition for (in fuct) robbing the whole Nation, and the Fundholders in particular, for the purpose of upholding the Aristocracy and the Established Clergy.
Burghclere, 20th August, 1826. | crisy, if I were to leave the apI APPLY the word Sir to you, pellation at the head of this letter, merely for form sake; and I beg unaccompanied with this explamy readers so to understand it; nation. for, I shall have to prove you unworthy of that appellation, unless it be understood to designate a proud, insolent and unprincipled writer: I shall have to prove you to be unworthy of any appellation conveying the idea of respect; and I should be guilty of hypo
I look upon this pamphlet of yours as the precursor of an attack upon the Fundholders, by the Landholders. It is manifestly intended to pave the way to such an attack. You yourself tell us, in the title of your pamphlet, that. you are of Netherby," which
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