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N.8.The Observations are roade twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, after1000,-The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first coluinn, is taken by the Register Thermorneter.
M.41 29.959 M.61)
A. 51 .999 1.611 sunsh. day. M.11 .201 M.58 )
M.373 .999 M.63 | Cold morn.
Dull foren. A.50 128.999 A. 5 . rain.
aft. warm. M.37 .938 M.58) Dull, with
1.101 M.59 1 Dull and A. 51 .938 A. 59
A.50 .910 1.55 . sunsh. aft.
Foren. cold, 2.531 .382 A. 591
aftern. mild. SM.14 .312M.60
.73 ... 59)
A.53 .576 A.56 ) dull day.
Dull, heavy warm aftern.
.23 A.571 sh. hail. M.12 .753 4.61
A. 49 .2471A. 60
Th. & light,
foren. rain. (M.50 .602 M.65Cble.
Warm and .605 A.591 sunsh. aft.
dull, with sh.
.568 1. 69)
.725 M.62 le.
.851 A. 58
Pease & Beans. Ist,.. 33s. Od. Ist,...27s. Od. Ist,...... 24s. Od. Ist....... 198. 6d. 2d, ... 298. 6. 20, ... 24s. Od. 20,......22s. Od. 2d, ......183. Od. 3d, ... 25$. 6d. 3d, ... 23s. Od. | 3d,...... 20s. 6d. 3d, .....17s. Od.
Average, £1, 9s. 11d. 6-12ths.
Tuesday, July 8.
Beans. Ist, ....31s. Od. 1st, .... 283. 6d. Ist; ... 22s. 68. | 1st, ... 195. 6d. 1st, ... 19s. 6d. 2d, ....30s. 6d. 2d, ....26s. 6d. | 2d,..... 20s. Od. | 2d, ... 178. 6d. | 2d, ... 175. 6d. 3d, .....28s. Od. | 3d, .... 258. Od. 3d, ....18s. Od. 3d, ... 16s. Od. | 3d, ... 16s. Od.
Average, £1 : 8s. 10d. 6-12ths. Average Prices of Corn in England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Week
ended July 5. Wheat, 60s. 1d.--Barley, 31s. 6d.-Oats, 25s. Id.-Rye, 36s. 7d.—Beans, 368. 73.—Pease, 36s. 5d. London, Corn Exchange, July 7.
Liverpool, July 15. 9. d. 8. d.
s. d. . d. Wheat, red, old - to Maple, new - to - Wheat, per 70 lb. Amer. p. 196 lb. Fine ditto .. 50 to 51 White pease. 34 to 38 Eng. Old 8 6 to 9 3|Sweet, U.S. - 0 to - 0 Superfine ditto 56 to 60 Ditto, boilers. 40 to 43 New . - 0 to 0 Do. in bond - Oto - 0 Ditto, new.. 41 to 48 Small Beans, new 32 to 36Foreign ..4 6 to 5 0 Sour do.. 30 0 to 32 White, old .
- to -Ditto, old. . to 36Waterford 6 0 to 6 10 Oatmeal, per 240 lb. Fine ditto .. 54 to 60 Tick ditto, new 28 to 32| Limerick - Oto - 0 English27 0 to 300 Superfine ditto 64 to 66 Ditto, old . . to 33 Drogheda 7 0 to 7 1 Scotch . . 92 0 to 26 0 Ditto, new ..
45 to 52 Feed oats . . to 23 Dublin 6 0 to 70 Irish ... 22 0 to 26 0 Rye . . . .
33 to 36 Fine ditto. . to 25 Scotch . 8 0 to 8 9 Bran, p.241b. 1 0 to 1 0 Barley, new .
27 to 30 Poland ditto. to 26|Irish Old . 6 3 to 7 0 Putter Deer le Fine ditto. . 31 to 33 Fine ditto. . to 28 Barley, per 60 lbs.
butter, Bees, c. Superfine ditto 51 to 35 Potato ditto . 23 to 26 Eng.... 4 3 to 4 8 Butter,p.cwt. s. d. 8. d. Malt. . . . 50 to 54 Fine ditto . . 27 to 28||Scotch .. 4 0 to 4 6 Belfast, new 82 0 to 83 0 Fine. i 55 to 58 Scotch ... to 29 Irish .. 4 0 to 4 4/Newry , 80 0 to 81 0 Hog Pease 34 to 36 Flour, per sack 50 to 60 Oats, per 15 lb.
Waterford . 76 0 to 77 O Maple ... 37 to 40 Ditto, seconds 46 to 51/Eng. new 3 0 to 3 Cork,pic.2d, 74 0 to 75 0 Seeds, gc.
Irish do. . 2 10 to 3 0 3d dry 66 0 to 68 0
Scotch do. 3 1 to 3 3 Beef, p. tierce. $. . d.
3. 8. d. Rye, per qr.-0 to 0-Mess 82 0 to Must. White. Ju to 12 0,Hempseed . 32 to 36 Malt per b. 8 0 to 8 101 p. barrel 58 0 to 60 O - Brown, new 9 to 15 0 Linseed, crush. 38 to 54 01-Middling 7 6 to 6 Pork, p. bl.- O to Tares, per ar. 28 to 36 01-Fine . 46 to 54 Beans, per a.
Mess 50 0 to Sanfoin - 30 to 34 O Rye Grass, 16 to 32 0||English.34 0 to 36 0 Middl. . 47 0 to Turnips, bsh. 9 to 12 0 Ribgrass, ..28 to 44 0 Irish .. 32 0 to 34 Bacon, p. cwt.
Red & green - to 0 oClover, red cwt. 18 to 54 0||Rapeseed, p.l. -- to - O Short mids. 12 0 to 44 -Yellow.
to 001-White ... 30 to 62 OPease, grey 97 0 to O Sides .. 40 O to Caraway, cwt. 54 to 60 o Coriander .. 10 to 14 01-White : 40 0 to 48 Hams, dry, 38 0 to 56 O Canary, per ar. 43 to 18 0 Trefoil .... 6 to 14 0||Flour, English,
Green .. 28 0 to 30 0 Rape Seed, per last, £26 to £32.
Up.24016.fine 400 to 45 0 Lard,rd.p.c. 40 0 to 44 O
lirish, 2ds 38 0 to 44 0 Tongue,p.fir.- Uto' - 0 Weekly Price of Stocks, from 2d to 23d Junc 1823.
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