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PEOPLE OF MANCHESTER.
If any of the persons who were so brutally assaulted, near the door of the Albion Hotel, about seven o'clock in the evening of Wednesday, the 28th of June; if any of these persons will communicate their names, and the facts, and the name of the offender, or offenders, to me, I will put them in a way of obtaining justice for such assaults. Such persons may communicate the information by letter, and leave the letter with Mr. Wroe, Bookseller, Manchester. Such persons should be inforined, that justice is to be obtained for them in London, without their having anything to do with people in Manchester, or in Lancashire. But they should observe, that there must be witnesses, or one witness, at any rate, who saw the assault committed, and he must be able to swear to the man who committed the assault. That is all that will be necessary; and the Court of King's Bench will teach ruffians at Manchester, that they are not to cleave men's skulls, or to knock them down, merely because they are assembled to see and to shake hands with Mr. Cobbett; the Court of King's Bench will teach the ruffians, that that is not a sufficient justification for such an act. The Court of King's Bench will teach them that this is not the way to keep the peace; that this is not the way to make men bear their hardships patiently; that this is not the way to soothe the minds of men, and to make them patient under calamities. That, in short, this is not the
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Friday, June 30.-There have been short supplies of all kinds of Wheat reGrain since Monday. quoted. Barley, Beans, and Pease, mains very dull, at the terms last may each be stated 1s. per quarter higher than on Monday. More money is asked for Oats, but obtained with difficulty. Fresh made Flour is in fair demand.
Monday, July 3.-The arrivals of unusually small. This morning there all kinds of Grain last week were is a fair quantity of Wheat from Essex and Kent; but scarcely any from other parts. There is an inconsiderable fresh supply of Barley,
Beans, Pease, and Oats. The remaining half of the Corn, bonded prior to May 2, is now liberated. This, with the favourable appearance of the rising crops, keeps the Wheat trade in a dull state, as none but superfine samples have obtained the terms of this day se'nnight.
There has been some speculative demand for Barley since last Monday, and the prices have advanced 2s. to 3s. per quarter since our last quotations. So few Beans have come to market latterly, and the demand being eager, this article is advanced 5s. to 6s. per quarter since last Monday. Boiling and Grey Pease may each be quoted 4s. to 5s. higher than the prices quoted last week.
The trade for Oats to-day has been good, and the terms are increased 28. per quarter since our last statement. These advances have been chiefly caused by the unfavourable state of the Spring crops; but as rain fell in many parts of the country, the buyers are not willing to purchase at the advance.
to 180,000l. Prices steady; but little doing.
Maidstone, June 29.-The continuance of dry hot weather seems quite favourable to the Hop plantations, which are going on well and bid fair for a good crop; some few grounds are a little fire-blasted, but nothing of any consequence at present. Duty called 180,000l., and but few against it.
Worcester, June 28.-On Saturday 81 pockets were weighed ; prices 9. to 10. The accounts from the plantations are uniformly, "The Hops never looked more promising. In very few places the plant looks yellow."
from Ireland last week were 1,355 Monday, July 3.-The arrivals firkins of Butter, and 2,176 bales of Bacon; and from Foreign Ports, 6,392 casks of Butter.
SMITHFIELD, Monday, July 3. Per Stone of 8 pounds (alive). s. d. s. d.
8 to 4 6
4 0 ...
4 0 4 4
Qrs. Beasts... 1,347 Pigs
Malt.... 2,343 | Rapeseed. 221
Beans. 1,142 Mustard..
Flour.... 4,767 Flax
Foreign.-Wheat, 4,763; and Oats,
Price of Hops, per Cwt. in the
Monday, July 3.-The bines on the strong good grounds continue to grow fast; but the young grounds show symptoms of fire-blast, which rain may correct. Duty 175,000l.
By the QUARTER, excepting where otherwise named; from Wednesday to
Saturday last, inclusive.
The Scotch Markets are the Returns of the Week before.
* 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 holl of Barley and Oats, is about 6 bushels Winchester, or as 6 to 8 compared with the English quarter.
Liverpool, June 27.-The drought has continued unabated during the past week here, and also throughout the north of England, Scotland, &c. The imports of Grain have been very few, and sales but limited, at about the prices of last week, for the best descriptions of Wheat. There was a brisk demand this day for Oats, and the whole that were offered went off at an advance of 2d. to 24d. per 45 lbs. upon the prices of last Tuesday. Wheats were taken but sparingly, and somewhat below the prices last noted. Other articles without much alteration since this day se'nnight.
Imported into Liverpool from the 20th to 26th June, 1826, inclusive :Wheat, 1,507; Barley, 72; Oats, 3,661; and Beans, 10 quarters. Flour, 65 sacks, per 280 lbs, Oatmeal, 882 packs, per 240 lbs.
Guildford, July 1.—Wheat, old, 127. to 177. 10s. per load. Barley, 30s. to 35s.; Oats, 26s. to 34s.; Beans, 46s. to 50s.; and Pease, grey, 48s. to 50s. per quarter.
Norwich, July 1.-The supply of Wheat to-day was liberal, and quite equal to the demand. Red sold from 48s. to 54s.; White to 57s.; but little done in Barley, and the price considerably higher, 29s. being obtained for the best. Oats, 23s. to 27s. Beans, 38s. to 40s. Pease, S9s. to 42s. per quarter; and Flour, 43s. to 44s. per sack.
Ipswich, July 1.-We had to-day a short supply of all Corn. Wheat was 1s. per quarter cheaper, and Barley about is. to 28. dearer: No Beans at market. Prices as follow:-Wheat, 52s. to 59s.; and Barley, 26s. to $1s. per quarter.
Wakefield, Jane 30.-The supply of Wheat here to-day is large, a considerable part of which is foreign; the hest fresh samples of English go off at last week's prices, but there is very little demand for middling qualities. There is a large supply of Oats, the greater part of which are foreign; good fresh English Oats are ready sale at an advance of d. per stone; and there is a fair demand for good foreign, but the middling sorts hang on hand. Shelling is 13. per load dearer. All-descriptions of Barley are dearer. Beans are scarce, and 2s. per quarter higher. The dry weather continues, and Spring Corn is suffering materially. Beans are not likely to be half a crop. Barley at least one-third deficient; and Oats little more than half an average produce.-Wheat, Red, 47s. to 61s.; White, 50s. to 64s. per 60 lbs.; Barley, 30s. to 33s.; fine, 35s. per quarter; Beans, small, 47s. to 50s.; tick, 44s. to 47s. per 63 lbs.; Oats, Mealing, new, 123d. to 14d. per stone; Shelling, new, 33s. to 34s.; and Malt, 32s. to 47s. per load. Flour, fine, 48s. to 50s. per sack of 280 lbs. Rapeseed, 147. to 19l. per last.
Manchester, July 1.-The continuance of hot weather still causes a good inquiry for such articles as are ready for immediate delivery, and in most instances more money has been obtained. We had a moderate attendance on 'Change to-day, and a very limited shew of samples, which moved off freely at our advanced quotations.-Fine English Wheat is in fair demand at last week's rates, but foreign and inferior are dull sale at a trifling decline.--Oats are scarce, and 2d. to S. per bushel dearer; but the advance is not liberally supported.-Beans are in great request, and 2s. to 3s. per quarter higher, and very few offering at this improvement.-Wheat, Engfish, 60s, to 70s. 4d.; Irish, 54s. Itd. to 65s. 2d.; Foreign, 57s. 2d. to 63s. 5d.; Barley, 28s. 4d. to 32s.; Oats, Irish, 23s. 8d. to 20s. 8d.; Pease, 44s. to 56s. per quarter, Winchester; Beans, English, 48s. to 53s.; Irish, 46s. to 49s. per quarter, 63 lbs. per bushel; Malt, 34s. to 47s. per load, of six imperial bushels.
COUNTRY CATTLE AND MEAT MARKETS, &c.
Norwich Castle Meadow, July 1.--The supply of fat Cattle to this day's market was large and fully equal to the demand, prices 7s. to 7s. 6d. per stone of 14lbs. sinking offal; we had also a liberal supply of Store Stock of all sorts, Scots sold from 4s. to 4s. 6d. per stone when fat; Short Horns, from Ss. to Ss. 9d. Pigs plentiful and cheap.
Horncastle, July 1.-Beef, 7s. to 7s. 6d. per stone of 14 lbs.; Mutton, 5d. to 6d.; Lamb, 6d. to 7d.; and Veal, 7d. to 8d. per lb.
Manchester, June 28.-At this day's market there was a good shew of Cattle, chiefly Irish, which met slow sale at a reduction of full d. per lb. Pork and Veal being rather scarce, went off tolerably well.-Beef, 5d. to 64d.; Mutton, 5d. to 6d.; Lamb, 5d. to 6d.; Veal, 5d. to 6дd.; and Pork, 3d. to 5d. per lb. sinking offal.
At Morpeth Market, June 28th, there was a very great supply of Cattle, Sheep, and Lambs; there being little demand, they met with very duli sale, prices lower, and part not sold.-Beef, from 5s. 9d. to 6s. 3d.; Mutton, 6s. 3d. to 7s. Sd.; and Lamb, 78. 3d. to 8s. 3d. per stone, sinking offal.
AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN, sold in the Maritime Counties of England and Wales, for the Week ended June 24, 1826.
* The London Average is always that of the Week preceding.