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value 150 guineas, which had been voted he returned by a circuitous route to London. to Colonel the Honourable George Harris, He proceeded to the house of Pendrill, a by the officers who had served under him in bootmaker in Newgate Street, who was one the 2d battalion of the 73d regiment, on of their party, and who, it will be recollectthe occasion of his retiring from the com ed, was one of Preston's bail accepted by mand of that corps, in testimony of the the Lord Mayor. Pendrill received him high regard they entertain of his character with the welcome of a partizan, and it was and conduct, has been recently finished, and determined that he should wait till the prowas, a few days ago, presented by Captain bable fate of the elder Watson was known. Henry Coane.
This delay produced the necessity of imme. Iceland Fishery. The Society of Fisher- diate concealment, in consequence of the remen's Friends, at Deal, have succeeded in ward offered for his apprehension the next procuring a bounty from Government of £3 day, and a room for his accommodation, in per ton, for the Iceland Fishery, and two the back part of the house, was prepared ; vessels, of about 100 tons each, will shortly Pendrill, from his own close connexion with proceed under the superintendence of an old the party, feeling a more than common inand experienced Dutch skipper. The crews terest in the fate of his friend. He continu. are chiefly composed of boatmen belonging ed Pendrill's tenant for upwards of a month, to Deal. Another vessel of about 100 tons and, in fact, till the vigour of pursuit had is also intended to be sent. It is hoped that abated. During all this time, however, he this enterprise will form a new era in the did not remain a close prisoner, for his host history of Deal, and, if successful, will in having procured him the costume of a all probability be followed up next summer Frenchwoman, he frequently wandered forth with a more extensive outfit.
in the dusk of the evening. During these 28.-Gaelic Society. We learn with excursions, he frequently encountered peril. pleasure, that a branch of the Gaelic So ous adventures; but at last, at a convenient ciety of Perth has recently been estab. opportunity, still attired in his female dress, lished in this city. This society, like those he repaired to Liverpool, in the care of a of London and Edinburgh, has for its female friend, and there, after due precauobject the preservation of the martial spirit, tion, he took his passage on board an Amelanguage, dress, music, and antiquities, of rican vessel across the Atlantic. Soon after the ancient Caledonians. It has estab. his departure, Pendrill, apprehensive of lished a Gaelic school in Perth, and will some disclosures affecting his own safety, extend its benefits in this way as its funds sold off his property, and followed the course increase. Its efforts in this view may be of his friend, and set sail for America also. considered as closely allied to those of that Within the last fortnight a letter has been most excellent society lately instituted received by a publican in the neighbourhood for the support of “ circulating Gaelic of Moorfields, from young Watson, anSchools” in the Highlands of Scotland, nouncing his safe landing in the “ Land of which have been already productive of in- Liberty,” and expressing his gratitude for calculable advantage to thousands of old the generous protection which had been afand young, formerly incapable of reading forded him by his friends in London, and the Scriptures even in their native tongue. by whom a subscription was entered into to For the accommodation of members resi- defray his expenses. dent in this city, a commission from the Scottish Corporation. On the 26th, the parent society, appointing the Rev. Mr Spring Dinner of this admirable charity was Simon Fraser and Mr John M Gregor pre
held at the Crown and Anchor Tavern in sidents of the Edinburgh branch, with cer the Strand, and was numerously attended. tain powers, has been granted ; and at a We reckon that the company amounted to meeting held here on the 9th current, which nearly three hundred persons, who were of was well and respectably attended, the com the most respectable classes of society ; the mission was read, and suitable addresses Marquis of Huntly was in the chair, the delivered from both these gentlemen, ex Duke of Clarence being prevented from atplanatory of the nature and objects of the tending by indisposition. A very liberal institution, and expressive of their confi- subscription was made in support of the dence that these would be promoted by all charity. ' who wish well to their country. We with Burnt Fen.-The Board of Agriculture pleasure anticipate a considerable accession have received the satisfactory information, to the numbers and respectablity of this that the extensive tract of land in the Isle of patriotic and useful institution, in conse Ely, called Burnt Fen (nearly 16,000 acres), quence of the establishment of a branch in
which was deluged early in the winter, from the metropolis.
a breach in the banks of the river, has been Escape of Young Watson.--Some light so well drained by the constant working of has at length been thrown on the mysterious the windmills, that the whole of it is now concealment, and ultimate escape, of young in a proper state to be sowed with oats. Watson from this country to America. It Obelisk.—The ceremony of laying the now appears, that on the night of the 2d foundation stone of the Obelisk at Chelten. December, the young conspirator accom ham, dedicated to his Grace the Duke of panied his father and Thistlewood towards Weilington, took place at one o'clock, 26th Ilighgate. On his father being captured, instant, attended by Lord Hill, and all
the fashionables at Cheltenham, in the oatmeal for his tenants. The Marquis of ground of Colonel Riddell, and immediately Stafford has sent 3400 bolls of meal, and opposite the oak that was planted by that 500 bolls of potatoes, for seed, to the tenanillustrious personage.
A band of music try on the Sutherland estate, at an expense attended, and a most pious, impressive, of nearly £7000, besides purchasing. 500 and appropriate oration was read by Col. cattle from the smaller tenants. onel Riddell. After the solemnity of the Stage Coaches. The rate at which the occasion, the company joined in hearty coaches between Liverpool and Manchester cheers. The day was fine, and the lawn are driven ought to be the subject of magiswas crowded with beauty and fashion. terial investigation. Last week, we are as.
Caution.—Mr Thomas Garton, farmer sured that one of them arrived from Manof Luton Marsh, has lost six horses in con chester to Low Hill in two hours and a half, sequence of their being inadvertently poison- averaging about fourteen miles in the hour, ed by a servant man, who fed them out of a or twice the speed of the mail. measure in which a quantity of wheat had 29.-Roger O‘Connor, Esq. This genbeen steeped for sowing. The white arsenic tleman, formerly of some figure, and greathad set and dried at the bottom of the mea. er notoriety in this country, has been appresure, and was shaken out with the corn in hended at Palace Anne, near Bandon, and to the manger.
is now in custody in this city, on a charge Provisions for the Highlands. Upon the of having been an accomplice in the robbery representation of the Highland proprietors of the Galway mail-coach, in the year of land now in London, government are to 1812, when it was attacked at Cappagh grant a considerable supply of oats to such Hill, county of Kildare, and robbed of a of them as choose to guarantee the price. considerable sum in bank post-bills, and a The Duke of Athol has greatly exerted gold repeating watch, the property of Mr himself in this praiseworthy object, and he Pearse of Loughrea. Bail was tendered to has been zealously seconded by Lord Mac the Mayor for Mr O'Connor's appearance donald, Mr Grant, M. P. for Inverness to answer the charge, but was refused, on shire, Colonel Macdonald of Lynedal, and the ground of its not being legally bailable. others. Several of the proprietors of High. A magistrate of this county having guarapland estates have met the distresses of their teed the appearance of Mr Arthur O'Contenants by lowering their rents, and supply- nor, his son, who was also apprehended on ing them with meal on credit, particularly the same charge, when called on, and his the Duke of Gordon, Colonel Grant of state of health not permitting his removal Grant, M.P., Mr Macpherson of Ballen with safety, he was suffered to remain for dalloch, M.P., and Lord Reay, who pledged the present at Fort-Robert.--Cork Adverhis credit to government for 1800 bolls of tiser.
APPOINTMENTS, PROMIOTIONS, &c.
William Pennel, Esq. to be Consul for the Province of Bahia.
Harry Scott, Esq. to be Consul at Bordeaux.
Sir William Garrow, Attorney-General (not Mr Alexander, as stated in our last, that gentleman having declined the office) to be a Puisne Baron of Exchequer, vice Sir R. Richards,
Sir Samuel Shepherd, Solicitor-General, to be Attorney-General, vice Sir William Garrow.
Robert Gifford, Esq. to be Solicitor-General, vice Sir S. Shepherd.
Maj.-General Bolton, K.C. Rob. Shafto Hawkes, Esq. John Salusbury, Piozzi Salusbury, Esq. have received the honour of knighthood.
Members returned to Parliament. Sir Samuel Shepherd for Dorchester.
Robert Gifford, Esq. for Eye, vice Sir Wm Garrow.
Edmond Wodehouse, Esq. for Norfolk, vice Sir J. H. Astley, deccased.
IL.Gds. 4. C. Newborough to be Cornet and Sub
25th April 2
Maj. C. W. Dance to be Lt. Col. 27th Mar. R.H.G. Lord G. A. Hill to be Cornet by purchase,
vice Clutterbuck, retired 3 Dr.G. Lieut. W. Stuart to be Capt. by purchase, vice Ferrier, retired
15th do. Ensign C. Drury, from 33 F. to be Cornet
by purch. vice Addison, pro. 10th April M. M. French, to be Cornet by purch. vice
Clubley, pro. R. Grant, to be Cornet by purch, vice Prosser, pro.
8th do. Sir W. A. Fletcher, to be Çornet by purch. vice Inglis
15th do. 4 Cornet A. S. Broomfield, to be Lieut. by purch. vice Fawcett, ret.
10th April Thomas Magan, to be Cornet by purch. vice Broomfield
do. 5 J. L. Higgans, to be Cornet by purch. vice Walker, pro.
17th do. 6 Lieut. J. Goldie, to be Capt. by purch. vice Archdale, ren
24th do. W. F. Hindle, to be Cornet by purch. do. 7 Peter Wright, to be Cornet by purch. vice Duff, retired
27th March Rob. Warren, to be Cornet by purch. vice O'Malley, retired
to be Major in the Army 8th May 1817
3 Dr. C. Johnston, to be Cornet by purch. vice 18 Foot Robert Gordon, to be Ensign by pur. vice Stuart, pro.
10th April 6 Bt Major H. Madox, to be Major by purch. 21 2d Lieut. Peter Quin, to be Ist Lieut. by vice Miller, ret.
do. Lieut. J. Linton, to be Capt. by purch. vice
James Wemyss, to be 2d Lieut. by purch.
do. 9 Lieut. Sir C. Payne, Bt. to be Capt. by pur. 22 Lieut. A. M. M'Gachen, from 72 F. to be chase, vice Warren, ret.
do. Capt. A. F. D’Este, from 17 F. to be Capt. 27 John Green, to be Ensign by purch. vice vice Peters
15th May Cornet G. G. Smith, to be Lieut. by purch. 30 Ensign H. Robson, to be Lieut. by purch. vice Payne
13th March 10 A. F. Ellis, to be Cornet by purch. vice 33 Lieut. J. Archbold, froin h. p. to be Lieut. Browne, pro.
17th April J. Earl of Wiltshire, to be Cornet, vice Bur Augustus Gordon, to be Ensign by purch. dett, resigned
vice Roberts, dead
6th do. Hammond, pro.
38 Fred. Moore, to be Ensign by purch. vice 15 Lieut. R. Mansfield, to be Capt. by purch.
3d do. vice Dundas
9th do. 48 Lieut. W. A. Neafield, from 76 F. to be W. Bellairs, to be Capt. by purch.
Lieut. vice Clarke, retired upon h. p. vice Wodehouse
25th March J. Buckley, to be Cornet by purch. vice Ar 51 Bt. Lt. Col. S. Rice, to be Lieut. Col. vice nold, pro.
24th April W. G. H. Joliffe, to be Cornet by purch.
J. T. Keyt, to be Major, vice vice Buckley, pro.
do. Surg. G. Redsdale, from h. p. 79 F. to be
Lieut. H. Bayly, to be Capt. vice Keyt do. Surg. vice Cartan, h. p. 79 F. 15th May
Ens. G. J. B. St John, to be Lt. v. Bayly do. 16 Lieut. T. Wheeler, to be Capt. by purch.
W.G. Lord Hay, to be Ens. vice St John do. vice Swetenham, ret. 10th April
53 Lieut. T. Price, to be Capt. by purch. vice Hon. E. S. Perry, to be Cornet. do.
Lieut. Andrews, rets 19th April 1816 J. Montgomery, to be Cornet by pur. vice
Ensign R. J. Anderson, to be Lieut. vice Arnold, pro.
Montgomery, dead 20th Sep. 1815 17 Cornet T. Herring, to be Lieut. vice Haw
R. J. Anderson, to be Ens. vice A. Brown, worth, dead 12th Aug. 1816
21st May 1813 18 Lieut. T. C. Askew, from 1 F. Gds. to be
(Vol.) C. O'Hara Booth, to be Ensign, vice Lieut. by purch. vice Brett 26th Mar. 17
1st Aug. 1816 19 Cornet G. Gregory, to be Lieut. by purch. 55 Lieut. W. Dalguimes, to be Adj. vice Armvice Snead, pro.
strong, res. Adj. only 10th April 1817 Ensign H. Mitchell, from 62 F. to be Lieut.
Assist. Surg. A. Mackay, from 67 F. to be by purch. vice Wyndham, 60 F. 15th May
Assist. Surg. vice Martin, ret. upon h. p. 20 Robert Douglas (gent. cadet), to be Cornet
27th March by pur. vice Webster, pro. 26th March 56 Ensign W. Burrow, to be Lieut. vice Nel21 Lieut. W. Williams, be Adjutant, vice
do. Salmon, dead
Tho. Coleman, to be Ensign by purch. vice 22 Lt. E. G. Taylor, from 25 Dr. to be Capt.
2d May 1816 vice Dudley, dead
19th Jan. 58 Major W. C. Campbell, from h.p.3 F. to be -J. Proctor, to be Capt. by purch. vice
Maj. vice Kenah, returns to former h. p. Beatty, ret. 8th May
3d April 1817 Cornet J. Aslop, to be Lieut. vice Macart
Geo. Peacock, to be Ensign by purch. vice 3d Oct. 1816 Hetherington, pro.
24th do. John Clyde, to be Cornet, vice Shaw, pro.
00 W. D. Ferguson, to be Ensign by purch. 1st March 1817 vice White, pro.
3d do. 25 Rob. Turnhoe, to be Cornet by purch. vice
W. Robertson, to be Ensign by purch. vice Taylor, pro
T'hiballier, 35 F.
16th do. S.C.ofC. Cornet E. Gibson, to be Lt, vice Rooke,
George Allan, to be Ensign by purch. vice superseded
17th do. Wm Amice, to be Cornet, vice Gibson do. 63 George Cumming, to be Ensign, vice Mel1F.G. Capt. C. I. Vyner, from 5 W. I. Regt. to be
drun, 2 F.
27th March Lieut. and Capt. vice Burgess, ret. upon 64 Lieut. J. E. Freeth, to be Capt. by purch. h. p. 8 W.I. Regt.
17th April Ensign F. Vernon, from 12 F. to be Ensign
Ensign E. Lambert, to be Lieut. by purch. and Lieut. by purchase, vice Askew, 18th
D. Tupper, to be Ensign by purch. vicc Hon. W. S. Lascelles, to be Ens. and Lieut.
do. by purch. vice Vyner, 5 W.I.R. 27th do. 65 Ensign Henry Tudor, to be Lt. vice DunC. A. Lord Howard de Walden, to be Ens.
das, 56 F.
5th May 1816 and Lieut. by pur. vice Hurd, 4th W.I.
John Mulkern, to be Ensign, v. Reynolds,
10th April 1817 C.F.G. Capt. S. Sowerby, to be Capt. and Lt. Col.
Serj. Major T. Donald, from 47 F. to be by purch. vice Adams, ret.
5th May 1816 Lieut. M. Beaufoy, to be Licut. and Capt. 66 Ensign W. Rhynd, to be Lieut. vice Pardy, by purch. vice Sowerby 15th do.
6th June J. Kingscotte, to be Ensign and Lieut. by
W. Morton, to be Licut. vice Whitpurch. vice Beaufoy
do. 3 F. G. Ens. and Lieut. W. H. Hamilton, to be Lt.
Ens. & Adj. W. Gilbert, to be Lt. 14th do. and Capt. by purch. vice Burrowes, re
Ensign John Clarke, to be Lieut. vice Hartired
15th do. Ens. and Lieut. W. James, to be Lt. and
John Curige, to be Ens. vice Morton Capt. vice Montgomery, dead 8th May
25th Sept. 1815 Geo. Suttie, to be Ens. and Licut. by pur.
Qr.-Mr. Serj. John Bacon, to be Qr.-Mr. vice Hamilton
vice Macdonald, dead 18th April 1816 Horace Walpole, to be Ens. and Lieut. vice 67 Lieut. Moore Scott, to be Capt. vice Noble, James
4th Feb. 2 Foot. Ensign T. Meldrum, from 63 F. to be Lť.
Ensign D. Duff, to be Lieut, vice Scott do. vice Richmond, dead 27th March
c. Rainsford, to be Lieut. vice A. Lieut. L. R. Dickens, from h. p. 3G. B. to
5th do. be Lieut. vice Grant, dead 3d April
L. French, to be Lieut. vice Evans, James Imlach (late Staff at Albany
cashiered barracks), to be Lieut, and Adj. vice
A. K. Huston, to be Lieut. vice Ro-
5th do. 16 Lieut. G. K. Malthy, to be Adj. rice Brown,
- T. Kiernander, to be Lieut. vice resigned, Adj. only 23th March
Stevens, 22 F.
67 Foot Ensign W. Jones, to be Lieut. vice Came 4 W.I.R. Lieut. T. Hind, from 1 F. G. to be Capt.
Ensign, J. Hamilton, from 60 F. to be En20th Sep. 1815
sign, vice Monckton, retired upon h. p. N. J. Cambulege, to be Ensign, vice Duff
25th March 4th Feb. 1816 5 Lieut. C. J. Vyner, from 1 F. G. to be Capt. 69 Lieut. A Poyntz, from 17 F. to be Capt.
by purch. vice Roberts, ret. 27th do. vice Wast, dead
R.Y.R. Bt. Lieut. Col. M. Stewart, to be Lieut.
Col. by purch. vice Starch, ret. 13th Ap.
Capt. Wm Manley, to be Major by purch.
Lieut. T. Jones, from Rifle Brigade, to be 75 Assist. Surg. M. F. Lane, from 103 F. to be
Capt. by purch. vice Manby
1st May Ass. Surg. vice Jameson, pro. 27th March
Assist. Surg. J. M'Cabe, to be Surg. vice 81 Lieut. F. Home, to be Capt. by purch. vice
17th April Stevenson, retired
Hosp. Assist. C. Q. Palmer, to be Assist.
Surgeon, vice M Cabe
do. Fenwick, pro.
24th April Y. Ch. Lieut. Col. G. Arthur, from 5 W. I. R. to 84 Lieut. E. Croker, to be Capt. vice J. Fraser,
be Lieut. Col. vice Ewart, ret. upon h.p.
5 W. I. R.
J. Twigg, from 5 W.I.R. ditto,
9th do. 86 Lieut. L. M.Quarrie, to be (apt. vice W.
Capt. C. Vallancey, from 5 W. I. R. to be
5 W. Ensign A. Reid, to be Lieut. vice M'Quar
24th April rie
do. James Law, to be Lieut. vice Hod
Staff and Miscellaneous.
8th do. Lieut. Col. E. J. M‘G. Murray, to be D. A. Gen. Joseph Morton, to be Lieut. vice East Indies, vice Stanhope
24th April Cannel, resigned
--Hon. L. Stanhope, to be D. Q. M. Gen.
21st do. Capt. J. G. Peters, from 9 Dr. to be Major of Ca-
25th Dec. 1816 .98 Lieut. T. Armstrong, to be Capt. vice Bur. Lieut. T. Chadwick, from h. p. 2 Dr. to be Lieut. ton, dead
8th May, 1817 of Cavalry for the purpose of assisting in the RiW. Battier, to be Ensign by purch. vice ding School of the Army 8th May 1817 Brown, pro.
do. Major John Gillespie, Superintendent of the Re 104 Lieut. J. Le Coutour, to be Capt. by purch. cruiting Service of the East India Company, at vice Holland, retired
15th do. the Depot, Chatham, to be Lieut. Col. in the East Rifl. Br. 2d Lieut. R. Fowler, to be Ist Lieut. by Indies only
do. S Hosp. Assist. J. Ilutchison, to be Assist. Hugh Bone, M.D. from h. p. to be Physician to · surgeon, vice Payne, dead 24th do. the Forces, vice Wray, dead
do. Capt. J. Watts, to be Major by purch. vice George Middleton, froin h. p. to be Apothecary to John Read, retired
do. the Forces, vice Hoffe, ret. upon h. p. 17th do.
Macartney, 24 Dr. 3 Oct. 1816 Shorter, 87 Foot 25 Sep. 1816
Perrin, (drowned off the Isle of Bell, 1 W. I. R. 15 Feb. 1817
Culmer, R. Y. Rang. 25 Feb.
Miller, 1 W. I. Reg. 4 Feb. 1817 | Sharpe, 55 Foot
Bushman, h.p. 8 W. I. R. May Assistant Surgeon.
17 May | Prentice, Dep. Ass. Com. Gen.
25 Feb. 1817 Haworth, 17 Dragoons
Lefebvre, do. Greville, do. 15 Nov. 1816 | Piggott, 25 Foot
COLONIAL PRODUCE..Sugar.-The market has been rather heavy since our last, and a small reduction in prices has taken place. The Refined market equally dull, notwithstanding the very limited supplies. Coffee. In this article there has been much business done during the last two weeks, and prices of British Plantation and Foreign have advanced 2s. to 3s. per cwt. Good ordinary Jamaica, 75s. 6d. to 78s ; fine ordinary, 79s. to 83s. ; middling, 80s. to 88s. Dutch Coffee has advanced proportionally, and with equal brisk
The Coffee of the last India Sale went off, in some instances, at a small advance, but there was no general improvement. The Stock of Coffee in this country is at present very small, compared with that of some preceding years, yet too great to lead us to expect any permanent improvement in prices. Cotton has been in very litnited demand since our last, and prices declining. Pernambucco, 2s. Oļd. ; Maranham, 23 d. ; Mina, 21 d. ; Carriacou, 22}. ; Sea Island, 2s. 21 d. to 2s. 3d. ; Bengal, in the house, 9 d. to 11d. ; Surat, 143d. to 184d.- The total imports into London, Liverpool, and Glasgow, during the last month, were 46,178 bags, being 9591 bags less than during May 1816. Tobacco. In consequence of the contract with the French Government, considerable parcels of ordinary have been sold about 8d. and under that rate, to the extent of 4 to 500 hogsheads ; but no alteration in prices can be stated, our market currency continuing too high for the export orders. Rum has rather improved in value. Rice. --The demand continues extensive, and prices advance with great rapidity : good new Carolina has been sold at 45s. to 48s.; the export demand chiefly for France.
EUROPEAN PRODUCE.--Hemp, Flax, and Tallow, in very limited demand, without variation in prices. Irish Provisions continue in considerable request, at improving prices.
We learn, with pleasure, from the Manufacturing Counties, that trade is reviving considerably. The manufacturers are now giving 8s. 6d. for the manufacturing of Calicoes, which they could have got done last year at 5s. 6d.
The following duties have been paid to government by the twelve principal Fire Offices, from January 5, 1816, to January 5, 1817 : Sun, 118,076 16 3 County,
25,851 3 7 Phænix, 78,747 5 3 British,
18,700 19 Royal Exchange, 52,028 8 4 Albion,
17,545 10 2 Imperial, 37,926 ✓ 2 Eagle,
17,308 17 11 Norwich Union, 36,210 17 6 Hope,
16,718 6 8 Globe, 30,385 15 0 | Westminster,
14,185 19 3 Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd's-Guernsey and Jersey, 15s. 9d. Cork, Dublin, and Belfast, 20s. Hamburgh, 12s. 6d. to 15s. 9d.' Madeira, 20s. to 25s. Jamaica, 40s. Greenland, out and home, 3. guineas.
Course of Exchange, London, June 10.-Amsterdam, 38 : 2 B. 2 U. Agio of the Bank of Holland, 2. Antwerp, 11:15. Paris, 24 : 85 U. Bordeaux, 24:85 U. Madrid, 35 effect.
Cadiz, 35. Gibraltar, 311. Lisbon, 58. Rio Janeiro, 59. Hamburgh, 35: 2:20. Frankfort, 147 Ex. M. Leghorn, 48. Genoa, 45. Venice, 27. Malta, 47. Naples, 40. Dublin, 12} per cent. Cork, 12 per cent.
Prices of Gold and Silver, per oz.- Portugal gold, in coin, £3: 19:0. New dollars, 5s. 2}d. Foreign gold, in bars, £3:19:0. Silver, in bars, stand. 5s. 3d. Weekly Price of Stocks, from 1st to 31st May 1817.
13th. 20th. 28th.
255, 255, 255, 251 255, 255 2551
719,72 717, 71,
shut. India stock,
211, 210 210, 2103 210, 2101 bonds,
71, 74pm. 84, 82pm. 80, 82pm. 86, 33pm. Exchequer bills, 2 d p.day, 5, 11pm. 9, 11pm. 9, 11pm. 8, 11pm.
3d. p. day, 17, 14pm. 15, 16pm. 14, 15pm. 13, 14pm.
31d. p.day, 16, 17pm. 10, 16pm. 12, 15pm. 9, 14pm.
723,72 733, 734
63, 64 new loan, 6 p. cent.
103, 1031 French 5 per cents. meron
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