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Ist Gren. Regt. Bombay N.I., of Wimbledon 15. At St. James' Church, Edward Ellice, Esq., Common, of a son.

only son of the Right Hon. Edward Elice, 21. At the Briars, Monmouthshire, the lady of to Katherine Jane, daughter of Lieut.Gen. BalCapt. Newall, of a son.

four, of Baltrinie, Fifeshire, N.B.

19. At Paris, Elizabeth, only child of the late

James Law, Esq., of the Bengal civil service, to MARRIAGES.

Louis Frederic Leblanc de Prébois, captain of the June 15. At St. Pancras, Frederick Doneton royal staff corps of the French army, and son of Orme, third son of the late Robert Orme, Esq., the Count de Prébois. of Malras, to Eliza, eldest daughter of Lewis 22. At Edinburgh, Wm. Gray, Esq., surgeon on Goldsmith, Esq.

the Bonıbay establishment, to Margaret H. Phil. 17. At Guernsey, Major J. K. Clubley, Madras lips, daughter of the late Jobn Phillips, Esq.,' army, to Ellenor, daughter of Staff Surgeon Pad- merchant, New Orleans. dock.

24. At Mary-le-bone Church, Capt. Geo. H. 21. At Spalding, George Augustus Moore, Esq., Sotheby, of the 34th regt. Madras Lt. Infantry, to son of Lieut.Col. George Moore, 59th regt., Bengal Catherine, third daughter of the late Richard N.I., to Anne Elizabeth, daughter of the Rev. Lane, Esq., of Argyll-street. William Moore, D.D., of Spalding.

At St. Mary's, Bryanston-square, J. Flock24. At Bray Church, William Hore, Esq., of ton, Esq., of the Madras medical establishment, the 18th regt. Bengal N.I., to Eleanor, youngest to Anna Maria, eldest daughter of F. J. Humbert, daughter of Thomaz Oxley, Esq., of Killiney. Esq., of Oxford Street.

26. At Esher, Sir Henry Fletcher, Bart., of Lately. At All Souls Church, Langham.place, Ashley-park, in the county of Surrey, to Emily Mr. A. T. Blake, of Piccadilly, to Selina, daughMaria, second daughter of the late George Brown, ter of the late Major Taylor, of the Hon. E. I. Esq., formerly a Member of the Council at Bom

Company's service. bay.

At Clifton, Richard Woodward, Esq., Ben- At St. Mary's Church, Islington, the Rev. gal civil service, son of the late R. Woodward, W. B. Boyce, Wesleyan missionary from South D.D., to Julia, second daughter of James Lean, Africa, to Maria, youngest daughter of the late Esq., of Clifton Hall. J. S. Bowden, Esq., merchant, of Hull.

30. At Charlton, Kent, the Rev. Wodehouse Raven, of Brompton, Middlesex, to Helen, third

DEATHS. daughter; and at the same time, the Rev. John C. Blathwayt, of Islington, to Magdaline, fourth Jan. 18. At sea, on his voyage from Bombay to daughter, of J. M. Richardson, Esq., of Black- Bushire, of a fever, taken at Muscat, Capt. Frank heath-park.

Gore Willock, R.N., aged 47. July 3, At All Souls, Mary-le-bone, Capt. April 2. At the Cape, J. P. Laney, Esq., secreHowison, Madras army, of Holmfoot, Lanark, tary to Rear-Admiral Warren, and a purser R.N. to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Fred. C. Lewis, May 13. At sea, on the passage from Bombay, Esq., of Charlotte-street, Portland-place.

Capt. Lucas Percival, commander of the ship At Tenby, Lieut. J. W. Noble, to Charlotte Lady Nugent. Dalston, second daughter of Lieut.Col. Voyle, of June 21. At Brighton, Sophia, widow of the late the Hon. E.I. Company's service.

Thomas Templeton, Esq., of Calcutta. At Guernsey, Capt. George Carpenter, 41st 26. At Leamington, Miss Christian Erskine, regt., son of General Carpenter, of the Hon. E. I. eldest daughter of the late John Erskine, Esq., of Company's service, to Mary, daughter of Lieut. the Madras civil service, and grand-daughter of Col.Cardew, commanding Royal Engineers in that the late James Erskine, Esq., of Cardross. island.

July 3. At Saltash, aged 71, John Evans, Esq. 10. At Llaughare, Carmarthenshire, the Rev.

R.N., many years secretary to Admiral Cornwallis, W. W. Ewbank, B.A., of Christ's College, Cam- with whom he served in India and the Channel bridge, and vicar of Grindon, in the county of Fleet. Durham, to Justina Elinor, eldest daughter of the

5. At Shepperton, Samuel Henry Russell, Esq., late Hon. Sir George Cooper, Knt., one of the

formerly in the Hon. East-India Company's judges of the Supreine Court of Judicature at

service. Madras.

12. At his chambers in the Albany, Lieut.Col. - At Newry, Thomas S. O'Halloran, Esq., 6th

David Wilson, of the East-India Company's · or Royal Warwickshire Regt., eldest son of Brig.

service. Gen. O'Halloran, C. B. Bengal army, to Jane, eldest daughter of James Waring, Esq.

13. In Sussex-place, the Right

Hon. Lady TeignSamuel Haines, Esq., of Tavistock-place,

mouth, relict of the late Lord Teignmouth. to Ann, daughter of the late Major Kitchin, of

14. At Yeovil, after a few days' illness, Robert the Hon. East-India Company's service.

Hastie, Esq., of Calcutta. 12. At Sion, the seat of his Grace the Duke of

- At East Sheen, Surrey, in his 30th year, Northumberland, Viscount Holmesdale, only sur

Frederick Woods, eldest son of Sir Francis M. viving son of Earl Amherst, to Miss Gertrude Ommaney, Knt. Percy, fourth daughter of the Lord Bishop of 23. At Kilburn, Margaret, eldest child of Mr. . Carlisle, and niece to the Earl of Beverly.

John D. Dickinson. . 15. At Streatham Church, Capt. Edward Foord, Lately. In Italy, of fever, Eyre Coote, Esq., Hon. E. I. Company's service, to Eliza, eldest son of the late Gen. Sir Eyre Coote, and some daughter of Robert Moser, Esq., of Upper Thames time M.P. for Clonmel. Street.

At Cleve Dale, Downend, aged 19, Henrietta - At St. Pancras New Church, Capt. Thos. P. Ellen, second daughter of the late Capt. Charles Ellis, 52d regt. Bengal N.l., to Catherine Munro, Sealey, of the Indian Navy. second daughter of the Rev. H. Bethune, of Ding- At sea, Capt. Lilburn, of the ship Egyptian. wall, Ross-shire.

- In France, at Forges les Eaux, in the depart- At Greenwich, Capt. Thomas Sandys, third

ment of Seine Inferieure, Anthony Bertolacci, son of Myles Sandys, Èsq., of Graythwaite-hall,

Esq., formerly of his Majesty's civil service in in the county of Lancaster, to Frances, second

Ceylon. He was well known as the author of the daughter of the late Capt. Thomas Sanders, com- best financial work on the Island of Ceylon. mander in the Hon. E. I. Company's service.

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N.B. The letters P.C. denote prime cost, or manufacturers' prices ; A. advance (per cent.) on the same ;

D. discount (per cent.) on the same; N.D. no demand.-The bazar maund is equal to 82 b. 2 oz. Ź drs., and 100 bazar maunds equal to 110 factory maunds. Goods sold by Sa. Rupees B. mds. produce 5 to 8 per cent. more than when sold by Ct. Rupees F. mds.-The Madras Candy is equal to 5001b. The Surat Candy is equal to 7461 Ib. The Pecul is equal to 133; fb. The Corge is 20 pieces.

CALCUTTA, February 6, 1834.

fiat .

Rs.A. Rs. A.

Rs.A. Rs. A. Anchors

Sa. Rs. cwt. 16 0 @ 20 0 Iron, Swedish, sq...Sa.Rs. F.md. 311 @ 3 12 Bottles ......100 10 0 10 8

flat

....do. 311 3 12 Coals B. md. 06 07 English, sq.

............do.

2 2 2 3 Copper Sheathing, 16-32 ..F.md. 34 0 34 4

..........do. 2 2 - 2 4
Brasiers',
......do. 31 10

Bolt
.............do.

2 12 30
Thick sheets
..do.
Sheet ..................do. 38

3 12 Old Gross ..........do. 28 0 28 4

Nails ..................cwt. 10 0 14 0 Bolt ............. .....do. 35 8 37 8 Hoops...

........F.md. 2 12 3 2 Tile ....................do. 27 6 28 6 Kentledge

.............cwt. 0 12 ( 13 Nails, assort............do. 30 0 36 0 Lead, Pig ................F.md. 4 7 4 8 Peru Slab........Ct. Rs. do. 32 0 32 8 Sheet ..................do. 4 10 4 12 Russia ..........Sa.Rs, do.

Millinery

10 A. 40A. Copperas .................do. 1 8 1 10 Shot, patent ........... . bag Cottons, chintz ..............pce.

Spelter ............Ct.Rs. F. md. 4 5 4 6 Muslins, assort. ..... ...do. 14 13 0 Stationery

5 A.

15 A. Yarn 16 to 170 .......mor 0 4 0 71 Steel, English. .....Ct.Rs. F. md 5 12 Cutlery, fine.

10 to 15A, &P.C. - Swedish ......... ....do. 6 8 7 0 Glass...

20D.

40D. Tin Plates ....... ....Sa.Rs. box 230 23 8 Hardware..

30A. 40A. Woollens, Broad cloth, fine ..yd. 30 - 8 4 Hosiery, cotton....

20D. and P.C.

coarse and middling.... ! 0 28 Ditto, silk

20D. 25D.
Flannel fine....

1 8 1 10

5 14

MADRAS, February 5, 1835.

Rs.

20

Old ..

Sheet ...

Rs. Bottles

..100 7 @ Copper, Sheathing

........candy 250 Cakes

........do. 220

....do. 225 Nails, assort. :.........do. 280 Cottons, Chintz...

..... 10 A. Muslins and Ginghams 20A. Longcloth, fine

30A. Cutlery, fine

P.C. Glass and Earthenware

P.C. Hardware........................

JOD. Hosiery...

25 A. Iron, Śwedish, .........

........candy 42 English sq...

..do.

21 Flat and bolt..

..
...do.

21

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Rs. Rs. 8 Iron Hoops

.......candy 24

@
280

Nails ..................do.
230 Lead, Pig
..................do. 35

42
230
...........do. 35

40 300 Millinery ........................ 25A, 30 A. 15 A. Shot, patent ...........

25A. - 30 A. 25 A. Spelter

.......candy 28 30 40 A. Stationery

25A. 30 A, 10 D. Steel, English. .............candy 80 85 10 A. Swedish

..............do. 140 150 -15 D. Tin Plates

.box 21

24
30 A. Woollens, Broad cloth, fine ...... 15 A. 20 A.
50

coarse
.......... 15 A.

20 A.
23
Flannel, fine ............ 10 A. -

15 A. 23

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BOMBAY, February 22, 1834.

Rs.

...ton,

.......do.

Rs. Rs.

Rs. Anchors .....

.......cwt. 15

@ 18 Iron, Swedish, bar...... St. candy 52 @ Bottles ...... ...doz. 0.12

English, do.............do. 22.4 Coals.

no demand

Hoops....

..........cwt. 5 Copper, Sheathing, 16-32 ....cwi. 49

Nails

..................do. 13 Thick sheets

52.8

Sheet

........do. 5.8 Plate.......................do.

50

Rod for bolts ......St. candy 19 ......do. 50

do. for nails

..........do. 30 Cottons, Chintz, &c., &c.........

Lead, Pig.

......cwt.

8.4 Longcloths....

Sheet.

..do. 7.12 Muslins

Millinery

no demand Other goods

Shot, patent

..cwt. 9 Yarn, Nos. 25 to 60 ..... .lb. 0.9

0.17 Spelter

..do. Cutlery, table........

P. C.
Stationery

10D. Glass and Earthenware

.......... 30 D.
350. Steel, Swedish

.......tub 10 Hardware.......

P. C.
Tin Plates

.box 20 Hosiery, half hose............ P.C.

Woollens, Broad cloth, fine ..

..yd. 4 coarse

1.8 Flannel, fine ................

1

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CANTON, March 11, 1834.

Drs. Drs.

Drs. Drs, Cottons, Chintz, 28 yds... ..piece 24 @ 4y|Smalts Longcloths

.....pecul 50 @ 90 ..do.

3. 6 Steel, Swedish, in kits. .........cwt. Muslins, 20 yds..

..do. 2 Cambrics, 40 yds

24Woollens, Broad cloth

yd. 1.30 – 1.40 ...do. 4

5

do. ex super. Bandannoes

.yd. 3.40

-3.90 .do. 15 24

Camlets... Yarn, Nos. 16 to 50..........pecul 40

pce. 15 21 55

Do. Dutch Iron, Bar

.. do. 28 29 ....do. 1.30 -1.40 Long Ells... - Rod

...do. 9 12 .......do. 21

Tin, Straits...................... pecul 155 Lead, Pig

163 .......do. 4 Tin Plates .....

... box 10

-ll

SINGAPORE, March 6, 1894,

3

-40

Drs. Drs.

Drs. Drs. Anchors ...........

•pecul 7. @ 9 Cotton Hkfs. imit. Battick, dble...corge 6 @ 8 Bottles

100 3

4
do. do Pullicat

doz. 2 Copper Nails and Sheathing, • pecul 35

Twist, 24 to 42

.. pecul 45 50 Cottons, Madapollams, 25yd. by 32in. pcs. 11 3 Hardware, assort. .... (over stocked) P. D. Imit. Irish ....25. 36

do. 27
2) Iron, Swedish

pecul 5

5+ Longcloths 38 to 40 36-37 do. 4 6 English

do. 22 - 21 do. do. 38-40 do. 5 74 Nails

.do. 3 34 do. do..... 44

do. 5
8 Lead, Pig

.do.

5
50 do. 6 8
Sheet

.do. 5
54 do. ll - 12 Shot, patent .....................

. bag 1 do. 11 12 Spelter ....................pecul 4 Prints, 7-8. single colours .do. 2}

3 Steel, Swedish

....................do. 65
9-8.

.do. 3
53 English

............... do. 41 Cambric, 12 yds, by 42 to 45 in...do. 14 - 21 Woollens, Long Ells ..............pcs. 10

u Jaconet, 20 ..... 44 .. 46 ....do. 14 - 4

Camblets

..........do. 20 -25 Lappets, 10 ..... 40 .. 44 ....do. 1 - 13 Ladies' cloth (Scarlet)..........yd. 11 2}

60

REMARKS.

Caltutta, Feb. 6, 1834.--There continues to be a considerable demand for Lappets, Jaconets, and Plain Goods generally ; few sales, however, have been made, holders being very firm in their demands for higher prices, and to which the buyers must in all probability yield, as the stock is by no means large, while there are no immediate arrivals expected. The same remarks apply to White Twist. Woollens continue much depressed. Copper, of sorts, shews a disposition to improve; other kinds of metals have undergone little change.

March 9. Mule Twist continues in fair demand at former rates. Turkey red Yarn and other Twist are inquired after, and prices are expected to improve: other dyes are dull of sale. Chintes: the market continues in an inactive state, and no sales are reported. White Cottons of all descriptions are inquired after at former prices. Woollens: the market inactive, and prices have somewhat declined. Copper: the demand from the Upper Provinces having somewhat subsided, the

prices of several assortments are expected to de cline. Spelter and Lead continue firm. Blistered Steel has given way in price, owing to the recent imports. Tin Plates continue in demand, but at somewhat reduced rates. Quicksilver, nothing doing.

Canton, March 4, 1834.-White Cotton Goods, coarser descriptions, have declined in price. For Woollens there are no purchasers, even at our reduced quotations. Lead has fallen in price, owing to arrivals to an overstocked market. - March ll. There is a steady demand for Cotton Yarn and Piece Goods. Tin remains steady at our quotations.

Manilla, Feb. 6, 1834.-The market continues to improve for the sale of Piece Goods, and the greatest part of the Nornen's cargo from Glasgow, have already been sold at excellent prices.Feb. 25. The market continues favourable for most descriptions of Piece Goods, under the limited investments that have been brought.

INDIA SECURITIES AND EXCHANGES.

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At the Rate prevailing among Merchants

And Brokers in buying and selling Pub-
lic Securities, viz. 106, Madras Rs. per
300) Sa. Rs. ..........

2 Disc. Bengal Five per cent. Loan of 18th Aug. 1825. At the Rate of Subscription, vis. 106

Madras Rs. per 100 Sa. Rs.
Bonds, No. 1 to 1,000

Par.
Ditto, above No. 1,000....... from 5 to 1. Prem.

Bengal Five per cent. Loan of 15th Jan. 1830.
At the Rate of Subscription, viz. 1064
Madras Rs. per 100 Sa. Rs.

2 Prem
Exchange, Dec. 18.
On London, at 6 mo. sight, ls. 9d. per M. Rupee.

Calcutta, March 10, 1834.

Government Securities. Buy.) Rs. As.

Rs. As. (Sell.
Prem. 24 ( Remittable

23 O Prem.
1 8{. Loan
(ist, cor Oldan} 1 Class

1 0
012
Ditto

2 do. 04
04.... Ditto ... 3 do. Par

Ditto ....4 do.

New 5 per cent. from
04

Par
No. 251 to 1150....)

0 4 Prem.
I p. Cent Loan
3 0 3d, or New ditto

2 8
Disc. 08_4 per cent. Loan dis. ..1 0 Disc.
4,000 Bank of Bengal Shares--3,900.

Bank of Bengal Rates. Discount on private bills

6 0 per cent. Ditto on government and salary bills 4 0 do. Interest on loans on deposit .......4 0 do.

Rate of Exchange, March 10.
Govt. Bills on London, 12 months' date, to buy,

1s. 9 d.; to sell, Is. 10d. per Sa. Rupee.
Other Public Bills, to buy, Is. 11d.; to sell, 2s. ld.

per Sa. Rupee. Private Bills on London, 6 months' sight, to buy, 2s. Id. to 2s. 2 d.; to sell, 28. 3d. to 2s. 4d. per Sa. Rupee.

Madras, Feb. 18, 1834.

Government Securities.
Six per cent. Bengal Remittable Loan.
At the Rate of Subscription, viz. 350

Madras Rs. per 335 Sa. Rs. ........29 Prem.
At the Rate prevailing among Merchants

and Brokers, viz. 106, Madras Rs. per
100 Sa. Rs. .....

.27 Prem.
Five per cent. Bengal Unremittable Loan.
At the Rate of Subscription, viz. 350
Madras Rs. per 335 Sa. Rs.

Par.
Asiat.Journ.N.S.Vol.14.No.56.

Bombay, March 1, 1834.

Exchanges.
On London, at 6 mo. sight, Is. 10 d. per Rupee.
On Calcutta, at 30 days' sight, 1041 Bom. R's. per

100 Sicca Rupees.
On Madras, at 30 days' sight, 102 Bom. Rs. per
100 Madras Rs.

Government Securities.
Remittable Loan, 142 Bom. Rs. per 100 Sa. Rs.
5 per cent. Loan of 1822-23, according to the period

of discharge, 107 to 111 per ditto.
Ditto of 1825-26, 110 per ditto.
Ditto of 1829-30, 110 per ditto.

Canton, March 11, 1834.

Exchanges, &c.
On London, 6 months' sighi,---4s. 10d. to 6s. ; per

Sp. Dol.
On Bengal, Cos., 30 days', Sa. Rs. 207 per 100 Sp.

Drs.-- Private Bills, 209 to 211 per ditto.
On Bombay, ditto Bom. Rs. 216 to 218 per ditto.
Sycee Silver at Lintin, 3 per cent. prem.

(2 R)

LIST of SHIPS Trading to INDIA and Eastward of the CAPE of GOOD HOPE.

Reference for Freight or Passage.

527 Charles Beach

Charles Beach W. I. Docks Thomas Haviside & Co., Leadenhall-st.
Aug. 18 Wellington 500 Gustavus Evans James Liddell....W. I. Docks Mac Ghie, Page, & Smith, Exchange-buildings.

20 Mary Annn 500 William Hornblow William Hornblow St. Kt. Docks Edmund Read, Riches-court.
10 Lady Flora
756 Robert Ford

Robert Ford W. I. Docks Tomlin, Man, & Co., Cornhill.
Sept. 1 Abberton

500 Henry Shuttleworth H. Shuttleworth.. St. Kt. Docks John Campbell, Leadenhall-st., & Tomlin, Man, & Co.
Aug. 1 Catherine
523 Bernard Fenn

Bernard Fenn.... E. I. Docks Tomlin, Man, & Co.
Sept. 5 Baretto Junior 522 Reid, Irving, and Co. Richard Saunders W. I. Docks John G. Bowring & Co., Leadenhall-st.
Aug. 31 Protector
550 Thomas Heath. Thos. Buttenshaw

Thomas Heath, Fenchurch-st.
Sept. 5, Duke of Argyle

600 John Pirie and Co. Robert Thornhill E. I. Docks John Pirie & Co.
- Larkins
650 Charles Ingram

Charles Ingram

E. I. Docks Thomas Haviside & Co.
Dec. 5 George the Fourth 1438 J. Nicholson and Co...

E. I. Docks John Nicholson & Co., Fenchurch-st., & John Pirie & Co.
Aug. 20 Malcolm..
650 R. W. Eyles.....

James Eyles..

W. I. Docks Thomas Heath, & Thomas Haviside & Co. 5

{ Duke of Nor-} | 630 Thomas and Wm. Smith William L. Pope W. I. Docks John Pirie & Co.

thumberland.. 15 Roxburgh Castle 600 Green, Wigram, & Green William Fulcher. . E. I. Docks John Pirie & Co. David Clark

608 Gledstanes and Co. :: Robert Rayne.... E. I. Docks Edmund Read. Sept. 1 Childe Harold ... 550 Rawson, Holdsworth&Co J. R. Lancaster .. St.Kt. Docks Arnold & Woollett, & Capt. Jas. Barber, Leadenhall-st. 3, Orient 600 Thomas White

Thomas White E. I. Docks Small, Colquhoun & Co., & Thos. Haviside & Co. Aug. 5 Lady Raffies. 647 Richard Green .......

Robert Pollok....

E. I. Docks John Pirie & Co. 15 Victory

712 Christopher Biden Christ. Biden E. I. Docks W. H. Hunt, Crown-ct., Cheapside, & T. Haviside and Co. Sept. 1 Buckinghamshire 1369 Capt, Thacker & Mangles Wm. F. Hopkins E. I. Docks F. & C. E. Mangles, Austin friars, Capt. J. Thacker, Lea

[denhall-st., & W. Abercrombie. 30 Į Duchessof Nor

600 Robert Jobling thumberland..)

Robert Jobling

W. I. Docks John Pirie & Co.
Jan. 5 Edinburgh ..... 1414

David Marshall .. E. I. Docks Gregson, Melville, & Knight,--Gardner & Urquhart, and
Dec. 5 Moira

[John Pirie and Co.
650 Henry Templer Thomas Johnson Expected John Pirie & Co.
Jan. 5 William Money 834 Henry Templer

John O'Brien ....

Expected John Pirie & Co. Aug. 15 Favorite 319 Beadle & Co.......

William Cobb ....

St. Kt. Docks John Pirie and Co. Sept. 1 Australia 390 Walter Buchanan

John Lobban ....

Expected Walter Buchanan, Leadenhall-street.
Aug. 30 Iris

300 William Tindall Wm. Mackwood.. St. Kt. Docks John Lyney, Birchin-lane.
25 Eleanor

300 Godwin and Lee William Havelock St.Kt. Docks Godwin & Lee, Bishopsgate-street-within.
Sept. 1 Symmetry... 400 William Tindall. James Stevens

Lon. Docks John Lyney.
Aug. 5 Royal Admiral 414 William Bottomley D. Fotheringham Dublin .... Lachlan, Sons, & Mac Leod.

Henry Porcher 485 Aloof and Griffiths John Baxter. Sheerness .. Lachlan, Sons, & Mac Leod.
Eveline
301 James Gale & Son. Alex. Jamieson

St.Kt. Docks Buckles & Co
Nimrod

...... 274 Thomas Hepburn Fr. Wm. Hepburn St. Kt. Docks George Bishop, Jewry-street. Lotus 300

George Gore St.Kt. Docks John Masson. Sept. 15 Augusta Jessie .. 450 s. Edenborough H. Edenborough.. St. Kt.Docks John Gore & Co. Lawrence-lane, & John Pirie & Co. Aug. 15 Dublin Packet 149 Wm. MacNeill Wm. MacNeill Lon. Docks Edward Luckie.

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Appointed

to sail.

Destination.

Ships' Names.

Madras
Cape and Madras
Madras ...
Madras & Bengal
Bengal
Madras and Bengal
Cape, Madras and Bengal
Madras and Bengal
Madras and China

Bengal.

1834.
Portsm. Sept. 1 Madras

Bombay

Bombay and China

Singapore
Singapore and China
Cope and Ceylon.
Mauritius and Ceylon.
Ceylon.
New South Wales
Van Diemen's Land
Hobart Town and & N. S.W.
Launceston
New South Wales
Cape and Swan River

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£. s. d. £. &. d. EAST-INDIA AND CHINA PRODUCE.

Mother-o'-Pearl £. s. d. £. $. d.

Shells, China cwt. 3 130 @ 4 2 0

} Barilla

cwt.
@
Nankeens

piece
Coffee, Java
? 12 0 2 19 0 Rattans

.100 2 6 0 4 6 Cheribon 2 14 0 3 0 0 Rice, Bengal White. cwt. 0 10

0 11 6 Sumatra and Samarang 1 18 0 2 5 0

Patna

0 12 0

0 14 0 Ceylon 2 9 0 2 11 0

Java..

0 7 6 0 8 0 Mocha 3 0 0 5 17 0 Safflower

2 0 0 7 10 0 Cotton, Surat.... lb 0 05 0 0 78 Sago

0 9

() 12 0 Madras 0 0 64 0 073 --- Pearl

0 13 0 1.30 Bengal

0 0 6
007 Saltpetre

1 5 6 2 8 6 Bourbon

none
Silk, Bengal

tb 0913 0 0 19 0 Drugs & for Dyeing.

Novi Aloes, Epatica ......cwt. 9 10 0 16 10 0

Ditto White Anniseeds, Star. 3 15 0

China'.

0 19 0 1 0 0 Borax, Refined.

3 8 0

3 100 Bengal Privilege. 0 10 6 0 16 0 Unrefined

3 3 0 3 50 Organzine Camphire, in tub 6 10 0 6 15 0 Spices, Cinnamon.

0 4 0 0 10 6 Cardamoms, Malabar.. fb 03 0 0 3 3

Cloves

0 0 11 0 1 3 Ceylon 0 1 7 0 18

Mace

0 3 0 0 8 0 Cassia Buds cwt. 3 15 0 4.5 0

Nutmegs

C 6 8 0 7 0 Lignea 3 8 0 3 10 0

Ginger

cwt. 1 8 0 1 10 0 Castor Oil

fb 0 0 7 0 1 2 Pepper, Black 1b China Root cwt. 25 0 0 27 00

White

0 0 10 Cubebs.. 2 8 0 2 13 0 Sugar, Bengal

.cwt. 1 2 0 1 13 0 Dragon's Blood. 0 15 0 - 2800

Siam and China

1 2 0 1 7 0 Gum Ammoniac, drop 600 7 00 Mauritius (duty paid) 2 8 0 3.00 Arabic 2 2 0 3 0 0

Manilla and Java

1 3 0 1 6 0 Assafoetida 1 10 0 4 10 0 Tea, Bohea.

lb 01 11 02 03 Benjamin, 3d Sort.. 3 10 0 -10 0 0

Congov

0 1 74

0 4 1 Animi... 5 0 0 8 10 0

Souchong

none
Gambogium.
7 10 0 18 00

Campoi

0 1 105 0 3 0 Myrrh 2 0 0 90 0

Twankay

0 1 940 2 11 Olibanum 0 14 0 2 0 0

Pekoe.

0 3 0 0 4 8 Kino... 12.00

Hyson Skin

0 1 93 0 2 4 Lac Lake. ..th 0 0 3 0 0 8 Hyson

0 2 11 0 8 2
Dye.
0 2 3

Young Hyson
Shell
.. cwt.

Gunpowder
Stick
2 4 0 2 17 0 Tin, Banca

cwt. 2 16 0 3 2 0 Musk, China

oz. 0 10 0
1 70 Tortoises hell.

.tt 1 70 2 2 - 0 Nux Vomica . cwt. 0 10 0 0 14 0 Vermilion

.tb0 3 0 Oil, Cassia oz. ( 0 6 0 0 61|| Wax ...

cwt. 5 10 0 6 5 0 Cinnamon

0 3 0 0 5 0 Wood, Sanders Red....ton 12 0 0 12 10 0 Cocoa-nut. 1 11 0 1 14 0 Ebony

....800 10.00 Cajaputa 0 0 5 0 0 8

Sapan. .........12 0.0 20 00
Mace

0 0 2 0 0 3
Nutmegs
0 0 11 0 1 2

AUSTRALASIAN PRODUCE.
Opium

none

Cedar Wood............foot 0 0 5 0 0 7 Rhubarb 018 0 2 3 Oil, Fish...

tun 22 10 0 23 14 0 Sal Ammoniac cwt. 3, 00 3 2 0 Whalefins

ton 100 0 0 Senna

.. 1b 0 0 31 0 1 2 Wool, N. S. Wales, viz. Turineric, Java cwt. 013 - 0

0 18 0 Best.

•tb 0 3 6 0 4 6 Bengal 0 12 0 0 17 0 Inferior

0 2 3 0 3 10 China. 0 18 0 1 3 0

V. D. Land, viz.
Galls, in Sorts

3 10 0
3 15 0
Best.

0 2 6 0 2 11 Blue.

4 13 0
4 15 0
Inferior ..........

0 1 0 0 2 1 Hides, Buffalo, Ox and Cow...

SOUTH AFRICAN PRODUCE. Indigo, Purple and Violet

Aloes

cwt. 1 7 6 1 90 Fine Violet

Ostrich Feathers, und .... tb Mid. to good Violet

Gum Arabic

cwt. 1 5 0 1 10 0 Violet and Copper

Hides, Dry

.th 0 0 413

0 0 8 Copper

Salted

0 0 44 0 0 55 Consuming,mid.to fine

Oil, Palm

cwt. 1 8 6 Do. ord. and low

Raisins

2 0 0 Do. very low

Wax

5 15 0 6 0 0 Oude, ord. to good md.

Wine, Cape, Mad., best..pipe 17 0 0 19 0 0 Madras, gd. to fine md.

Do. 2d & 3d quality 14 0 0 15 0 0 Do. ord. & mid..

Wood, Teak...

.load 6 10 0 7 10 1 Do. Kurpah:

Wool

Ib. 0 1 0 0 1 10

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