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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE AND TRADE. At the opening of the week there was a fair attendance of spinners in the Liverpool cotton market, but their opera- tons were on a limited scale, and the business did not exceed 2,500 bags, all Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. I THE FUNDS.-SATURDAY, POUR O'CLOCK. (From the Listof Mfessrs Wolfe, Brothers, Stoclc-tkeros, Change alley.) BRITISH. I Price. COuselS .............. Do. Account.......... 3 per Cent. Reduced.. 34 New .............. 34 Reduced .......... Long Annuities ...... Bank Stock Subscribers-only content

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    Co., ICs Cd-KiU. hingwortb. 1ss 9t-sNe'niarsh, 17s Cd-Belmont, 19s 3d- ftaswehl, I2e - Stewart', 20s 3d- Caradoc, '0s 3d - Cassop, ls Cd- HlartlepoOl. 2 s-Adelaide, l9s 9d - Barrington's Tees, 17s Tree Hotttin, Is-BlYth, 145 Gd-COwpeo, 68sCd-Hart. ley, 15 Subscribers-only content

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    I COMMERCE AND TRADE. I THE PUNDS.-SATURDAY, FOUR O'CLOCK. (From the Listof Messrs aolfe, Brothers. Stock-brokers, Change alley) BRITISH. Price. FOREIGN. Price. Consols 4........... S9 Belgian ............... 1,0o Do. Account .......... go90 Brazil ............... 68 3 per Cent. Reduced.. Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. I Intelligence of harvest prospects we give as amply, and from quarters as various, as our space will permit. That it is almost uniformly unfavourable, is a circumstance that deepens to a fearful extent the uncheering Subscribers-only content

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    Hetton, 20t 3d-Haswell, 22t- Hetton, 22s-Larubtwn, 22s-Rulsell Hetton, 22s-Stewars, 25s 3.1-- Whitwell, 20' Gd-B1dlly' s Hartlvpool, 20s Gd- Cauadoc, 22s- Cassop, 22s 3d-Hartlepool, 23o 3d-Kelloe, 2'o -Tennaut's Hartlepool, 21o-Victoria Hlartlepool, I4s 3d- Adelaide,2 t[,-iouwburn, 7s9;-CoNv~len'lees, Is 9d-Eves- wood, 17i-Gordon, i8s-oiehaidou'r Subscribers-only content

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    3d-Braddyll's Hetton, 22s9d-Haswell, 23s-Hetton 23s 3d-Lambtoe, 22s Od-Pemberton, 21s-RuAssell's Hetton. 22l 6d-Hinebliffe, 22s ad-Stewart's, 23s 3d-Whitwell, 21s 3d -Caradoc, 23s- Cassop, 23s- Hartlepool, 23s-Kelloe, 22s ad- Tenuant's Hartlepool, 22s-Barrington Tees, 18s-Bonbam, 20s -Brown's Deanery 20s 6d- Evenwood, 18s 0d-Seymour Tees, Subscribers-only content

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    COMMJJERCE AND TRADE. Tile circular of Mr John Bailey, a metal broker, on the state of the metal market during the past year, states that q1uicksilver had been firmly sustained at 3s. Ild. per lb., but that an advance Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. IroE FUNDS-SATURDAY, FOUR O'CLOCK. (From the Listof Messrs Wolfe,Br othter, Stock-brakera, Changealley.) BRITISIO. FOREIGN. Price ConsolS . 894 Belgian .............. 103i Do. Accoont . . 84 Brazil . ......... 6 3 per Cent. Reduced Sbut Colombian Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. The commercial intelligence from China shown that trade is proceeding as usual in Canton, although upon unfavourable terms. By forcing sales of manlfactures upon an unwilling market, their prices are even lower now than before, anu Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. The Seffieltd Independent has published a statement w hich certainly establishes strong evidence (were any needed) of the depression of trade. The following abstract of the amount of moneys paid to those workmen who have been Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. THE FUNDS.-SATURDAY, FOUR O'CLOCK. Fr'?om the Listof DresrJ Wolfe, Brothere Stock-brokerC. Change alle). Prce. flgjl'-H, Price. OKK Consuls . . ~~~Belgian . Do. Account.911 Brazil. 2 per Cent. Reduced.. 9 C obiN. 3k New ............. Danish Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. T TE FUNDS.-SATURDAY, FOUR O'CLOCK. theom ~thef Mw istfers Wolfe, re. YStock St oeer8, C hga alley.) BRITISB PrPrice. FOR eIG P Piee. Consuls olY.... ...... 901 Belgian . 1 02.... , Do. Account ........ .... Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. The commercial accounts from New York state that the prospects of business this autumn are inftavourable; the season for transacting it will be unusually short, and very little has yet been done. Heretofore much activity has Subscribers-only content

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    it in his power. Boi son was then a banksman, but he has lately been eipi4031 in puinpiag water it, Cassop pit. Oil Itonday nuitik lie 'C ceived a letter from the executors of Wilson, alpin ; that lie had Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. THE FUNDS.-SATURDAY, FOUR O'CLOCK. (From the Listofl Messrs Wolfe, Brothers, Stock-brokers, C saige aZley.) BRITISH. -Pice. FOREIGN. Price. Console '... 931 Belgian .1034 Do. Account ........ 034 . 93~Brazil ... , 3....... 63 3 per Cent. Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. THE FUNDS-SATURDAY, FOUR O'CLOOR. f(From theList of Mfessrs Wolfe, Brothers, Stock-brokers, t7.00w e , BRITISH. Price. FORSION P1. Consols ......... . Shut Belgian Do. Account ........... 96a Brazil -........ 1112 3 per Cent. Reduced. 9. ...............Colo Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. The intelligence from the trading and commercial dis- tricts is scanty, as was just at this holiday season to be ex- pected, but as far as it goes it is satisfactory, and generally pictures a favourable Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. The influence of' the holiday season has, of course, been temporarily felt everywhere, and a limited amount of bu- siness in several OF the great markets is, as usual, to be reported ; but inl this Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE AND TRADE. By a return of wool exports and imports during last year, we observe that the total number of pounds of wool exported from Liverpool in 1842 was 2,585,162, of which 454,444 were British, and 2,130,718 foreign. Subscribers-only content

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