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Kept at the Observatory of the Naval Academy, Gosport.
The units under “ Clouds” represent the days on which each modification of cloud has appeared.

CLOUDS.

BAROMETER.

THERMO-
METER,

HYGROME.

TER,

WINDS.

Cirrocumulas.
Cirrostratus.
Cumulostratus.
Stratus.

umulus.

irrus.
Evaporation in

Inches, &c.
Nimbus.

Max. Min. Med.

Phases of the Moon. 15 GESET=500 VOGAW1Days of the Month.

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30.24 30 22 31230173 52 62-5

33

NW 30:14 29.98 30.060|177 52 615

0-35 43

SW
30.14/30.10 30-120 1174 57 65.5

37
NW to SW

55 O 30:12 30-04 30:080 82 60 71

42

SE to NW
29.89 29 83 29.860 70 58 64

67
NW

1
30.07 29-97 30-020 65 55 60

65
NE to N

15.385 30-24 30 22 30-230 174 52 63

48

N to W
30:33 30:30 30-315 75 60 67.5

42
NW to SW

.60 30.23 30.12 30.17578 63 70-5

48

NW to SW 30.01 30-00 30.00576 57 66.5

50

SW u 29.97 29.75 29.860 78 56 67

SW tos
29.76 29.50 29-630 72 53 62.5

53
SW to NW

.30 -075 13 34-06 30-02 30-040 176 55 65.5

50
NW to W

*25 14 30.13 30-07 30100 75 51 645

48

SE 15 30-06 29-94 | 30.000 174 61 67.5 51 45

E to SE 16 29.88 29.88 29.880 179 60 69.5

35

NE to W 17

.85 050 29.85 23.84 29.845 177 58 67.5

47
NW to SW

1 ll.. 25 18 29.86 29.70 29.780 177 61 69

48

SE to N 19 29.62 29.60 29 610|175 60 67.5 54 50

S to SE 1 20

1 .55 .015 29.70 29.60 29.630 |175 60 67.5

47
SW to SE

1 21 29.74 29 70 29-720) 76 61 68.5 56 50

S to W

1 29.94 29.80 290870176 61 69 5 60 48

W 29.90 29.782908410175 62 68.5 57 66

SW

55 .190 29.77 29-70 29-735 74 60 67 63 52

SW 29-87 29-81 29:810 76 57 66.5 50

SW 29.90 29.89 29 890 1174 54 64 57 48

W to SW

90 29.91 29.81 29 560 175 61 68 50 46

S to SE

-28 .380 29-61 29 63 29 635 73 59 66 65 67

SW 29

•12550 29.69 29 62 29.655 174 55 645

53

W
111

201.200 30 29.75 29.69 29.720 172 506

38
NW

30-045 31 29-81 29.81 | 29.825 69 49'59

46
SW to NW

•10,040 34-33 29.50/29.906 1-2 49 65-95 55.6 49.1 63.0

28|27|28112425|18| 6.55 4.277 The observations in each line of this Table, under Barometer, Thermometer, Wind, and Rain, are for a period of 24 hours, beginning at 8 AM.

RESULTS. BAROMETER

I Maximum...... 30-33 July 8th, Wind NW.

| Minimum...... 29-50 Do: 12thi, Do. SW. Range of the Mercury ·

0.83 Mean barometrical pressure for the Month

...... 29.906 for the lunar period, ending the 18th instant..

30-075 for 14 days, with the Moon in North declination

30-014 for 15 days, with the Moon in South declination

30.139 Spaces described by the rising and falling of the Mercury

4.870 Greatest variation in 24 hours...

0540 Number of Changes, caused by the variations in the Weight of the Atmosphere..

18 THERMOMETER { Maximum

82° July 4th, Wind SE. Minimum

49 Do. 31st, Do. NW. Range.

33 Mean temperature of the Air

65.95 for 31 days with the Sun in Cancer.... 66:48 Greatest variation in 24 hours..

25.00 Mean temperature of spring water at 8 AM..

54.86 DE LUC's WHALEBONE HYGROMETER. Greatest humidity of the Air ...

... 840 in the evenings of the 11th and 23rd. Greatest dryness of Ditto

33 in the afternoon of the 1st. Range of the Index

... 51 Mean at 2 o'clock PM.

49.1 at 8 Do... AM.

55.6 - at 8 Do... PM.

63.0 of 3 observations each day at 8, 2, and 8 o'clock 55.9 Evaporation for the month

6.550 Rain, with the gauge near the ground..

4.277 Ditto with ditto 23 feet high

3.850 Prevailing Winds, SW.

A SUMMARY OF THE WEATHER. A clear sky, 3; fair, with various modifications of clouds, 15; an overcast sky without rain, 6; rain, 7-Total, 31 days.

CLOUDS.
Cirrus, Cirrocumulus, Cirrostratus, Stratus, Cumulus, Cumulostratus, Nimbus.
28
27

28
1 24

25

18
A SCALE OF THE PREVAILING WINDS.
y NE E SE S SW W NW

Days. 2

3 2 10 5 7 31

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OBSERVATIONS ON THE WEATHER,

FOR JULY, 1822. Naval Academy, Gosport.

GENERAL REPORT. This month has been alternately dry Harbour. It was brought on by nearly and wet, accompanied with strong gales of opposite winds of different temperatures, in wind, lightning and thunder ; and what is the evening (18th), when they began to more remarkable, the maximum and me- discharge their electrical contents during dium temperatures of the air fall short of twilight; and at 9 o'clock the forked lightthose of last month, the latter by 'ths of ning was succeeded by four or five claps of a degree; the heat at the earth's surface thunder, with awful and irregular detonahaving been diminished by the heavy rains, tions, which seemed to travel a great distwhich amount to between 4 and 5 inches ance before the vibrations of the atmo. in depth. But after so dry a winter and sphere ceased, accompanied by a smart spring, these copious falls of rain have evi- shower of rain. The variegated lightning dently changed the face of the country, from the passing clouds to the NW. was and have been of the utmost benefit to the discharged in quick succession throughout growing corn, to the grass lands, and to the night, sometimes in the shape of long vegetation in general. Although the mean trains of small balls of fire, but mostly in temperature of the air has been retrograde extensive sheets, with a light not far short this month, in comparison of last, yet it is of daylight. nearly 5° higher than in July, 1821. The The atmospheric and meteoric phænobarometer began to sink rapidly on the mena that have come within our observa11th instant, and has continued much be- tion this month, are l anthelion in the low its mean height since the 15th. The afternoon of the 12th, 2 parhelia at 7 AM. evaporation too, is less this month than last of the 4th, 9 solar halos, 1 rainbow, 4 by 24th inches.

meteors, vivid lightning in the nights of The lightning in the night of the 18th, the 4th and 18th, thunder on five different was almost as strong as that in the night of days, and 11 gales of wind, or days on the 4th, when the Albion's masts and the which they have prevailed, namely, 1 from Sheer-hulk were damaged in Portsmouth SE., 9 from SW., and I from the W.

DAILY REMARKS. July 1. Fair, with a brisk drying wind.

gale: PM. fair with Cumulostrati, in one of which 2. ÅM. over with Cumulostratus, and a solar modifications of clouds an Anthelion appeared at halo: PM, fine, with the lighter modifications of 5 PM.: an overcast sky and a strong breeze from clouds, which formed a mackerel-back sky, NW. by night, with light showers.

3. Fair, with a fresh wind from Sw. and a solar 13. A fine day and night, with two winds, the halo in passing beds of Cirrostratus in the after- upper one from NW. and Cumulostratus at internoon: a whitish moonlight, and diverging Cirri, vals. which stretched in narrow bands nearly across the 14. AM. nascent Cumuli and the lighter modi. visible hemisphere in the direction of East and fications of clouds: PM. clear, and dew in the West.

night. 4. At a quarter before 7 AM. 2 parhelia appeared, 15. A fair day, with prevailing Cirrus, in which each being 230 ll' from the Sun's centre, and a faint solar halo appeared in the afternoon: clou. about a degree without the edge of a faint solarha- dy by night, and a little light rain. lo, which was formed in an attenuated Cirrostratus, 16. Sunshine, with Cumulostratus, and nearly opthe day fine, but cloudy at intervals: two currents posite winds, the upper one from NE. and a faint of air after sunset, which united the low passing solar halo: overcast by night, and light rain toelectrical clouds, and produced vivid lightning wards morning. through the night, accompanied at midnight by 17. Afine sunny day; and a clear sky by night. several tremendous claps of thunder in the zenith, 18. AM. fair: in the afternoon the sky was and torrents of rain. Immediately before the rain overcast with attenuated Cirrostratus, in which a came on, several balls of fire fell in the neigh. faint solar halo appeared, followed by a few drops bourhood, and the forked lightning damaged the of rain at intervals, and nearly opposite winds, main-mast and main-top-mast of his Majesty's the upper one from SE. and the lower one from the ship Albion, and slightly injured the Sheer-hulk northward : lightning, thunder, and rain by night, in Portsmouth harbour: it also partly unroofed a 19. Scattered portions of thunder clouds from house at Forton near this place.

the south, and a little light rain till 9 AM. after5. AM, overcast with Cirrostratus of an electri. wards a fair day, with a strong southerly breeze : cal appearance, and distant thunder to the east- a clear sky by night and 2 small meteors. ward : at mid-day steady but heavy rain came on 20. Showery at intervals, and a gale from $W. trom SW. and produced ths of an inch in depth 21. Overcast, windy, and showers at intervals, in less than two hours : PM. cloudy and twowinds, except in the afternoon. the upper current from NW.

22. A fine day, and a strong gale from the west : 6. Calm aod a steady rain, with little intermis- the night as the preceding. sion, and a rising barometer; a circumstance that 23. AM. overcast with Cumulostratus : PM. in. seldom occurs while it rains.

cessant rain, and a gale from SW. 7. A fair day, with clouds and a brisk wind : a 24. and 25. Sunshine, and a continuation of the clear sky by nicht.

gale: alternately fine and cloudy by night, the 8. Fair, with Cirri, Cirrocumuli, and Cumuli, lower strata of clouds often passing over quickly, and opposite winds, the upper one from NW.: an with only a few drops of rain. overcast sky by nicht.

26. AM. overcast and a gentle breeze: PM. fine, 9. As the preceding, and a gale from SW. by with Cumuli, and Cirri, the former of a dark blue night.

colour at sunset, and the latter of a deep red ; 10. A continuation of the gale, and Cirrostratus cloudy and windy hy night. sweeping the surrounding hills in its passage to 27. AM. fair, with lofty direrying Cirri some. the Nwfollowed by a little light rain : a suuny tives crossing each other in a dark blue sky: a afternoon, and overcast by night.

solar halo, followed by heavy showers of rain in 11. AM. overcast with Cumulostratus : PM. the afternoon, and a strong gale from SE.: flying heavy rain, and a hard gale from Sw.

clouds through the uight. 12. AM. showery, and a continuation of the 20. a stormy day and night, the gale from sw.

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Notwithstanding the almost incessant rain during cept in the afternoon, when distant thunder was the last 24 hours, the evaporation in that time heard to the northward, in which quarter the amounts to upwards of one-eighth of an inch in united modifications of clouds assumed a very depth. Hence it appears that even in wet weather, electrical appearance; and two winds crossed each whilst the air near the earth's surface is not com other at right angles. pletely saturated, a slow evaporation is going on; 30. A fine day, with a fresh breeze from NW. and that it is increased by a wind that blows from and distant thunder-clonds : a clear sky by night; the eastern side of the meridian, and decreased by and a shower towards morning. a SW. wind, particularly if it cross the Atlantic 31. Showery and distant thunder-clouds; a clear Ocean.

sky by night. 29. Wind and showers (one rainbow early) ex

NEW PATENTS. · D. Gardner, Edmund-place, Alders- for improvements upon fire-grates, and the gate-street ; for a stay, particularly ap- means of introducing coal thereon.-June plicable to supporting the body under spinal 26. weakness,

and correcting deformity of shape. L. B. Rabant, Skinner-street, Snow-hill, June 13.

Gent. ; for an improved apparatus for the J. Wass, Ashoyer, Derbyshire, mill. preparation of coffee or tea.–June 26. wright ; for an improvement, which pre- T. Postans, Charles-street, St. James's, vents the ill effects to vegetation and animal Gent., and W. Jeakes, Great Russell-street, life, that has hitherto been occasioned by Bloomsbury, ironmonger; for an improvenoxious fumes and particles that arise from ment on cooking apparatus. June 26. smelting or calcining lead ore, &c.— June G. Smart, Pedlar's Acre, Lambeth, civil 15.

engineer; for an improvement in the maM. I. Brunel, Chelsea, engineer ; fornufacture of chains, which he denominates improvements on steam-engines.-- June 26. mathematical chains.—July 4.

T.Gauntlett, Bath, surgeons'-instrument. J. Smith, Sheffield, book-keeper ; for an maker ; for improvements on vapour-baths, improvement of, or in, the steam-engineby which the heat is better regulated, and boiler.-July 4. the baths rendered more portable.—June J. Bold, West-street, Long-lane, Ber. 26.

mondsey, printer; for improvements in W. Brunton, Birmingham, engineer ; printing.–July 4.

COURSES OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE AT

26

35

Paris. Hamburg. Amsterdam Vienna. Nuremberg Berlin. Naples. Leipsig. Bremen ON 23 Aug. 20 Aug. 23 Aug. 7 Aug.

15 Aug.
17 Aug.

16 Aug. 19 Aag. London 25.50 37.1 40-5 10.8 fl. 10.9 7.2

6•20 618 Paris.

57 119

fr. 1194
834

802 17] 343 Hamburg • 1811

1454
1463 | 163

1478 1339 Amsterdam 574 104

1395
1403 | 145]

1403

127 Vienna.... 2487 1473

40 104

101 Franckfort. 45 148 353 99! 100

1023

100

1119 Augsburg. 2481

1473

99$ 994 | 103 1001 1114 Genoa...... 473

89 614 Leipsig.... 1483 99% 1032

111 Leghorn... 512 89 97% 569 Lisbon. 548 39 43 Cadiz....... 15:50 94 101 Naples. 432

814 Bilbao 15.50

101 Madrid. 15:55 94 102 Oporto... 548 39 42]

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COURSES OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE AT

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Breslaw. Christiania. Petersburg. Riga. Antwerp Madrid. Lisbon.
14 Aug.
3 Aug
6 Aug

8 Aug. 20 Aug. 12 Aug. 8 Aug. 7.2 9 Sp. 96 10 91 | 40% 36 52

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15 540 1524 21

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COURSE OF EXCHANGE. AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN

IN THE TWELVE MARITIME DISTRICTS. From July 26 to Aug. 23.

By the Quarter of 8 Winchester Bushels, Amsterdam, C. F.. ..12-7

from the Returns in the Weeks ending Ditto at sight

July. July. Aug. Aug. Aug. Rotterdam, 2 U... 12-8

20 27 3 10 17 Antwerp

..12-4 ..12-5

Wheat 43 843 2 42 5 42 11 43 3 Hamburgh, 2 U ..37-8..37-9

Rye - 18 4 23 5 18 0 19 3 18 4 Altona, 24U..

..37-9 ..37-10

Barley 19 5 18 4 18 2 18 1 19 0 Paris, 3 days' sight. ..25-40..25-55

Oats 18 10 18 718 518 4 18 0 Ditto..2 U

.25-70.. 25-85

Beans 26 4 25 2 24 8 24 8 24 6 Bourdeaux

.25-70.. 25-85

Peas

25 926 925 727 126 4 Frankfort on the Main

.156..157 Ex. M..

Corn and Pulse imported into the Port of Petersburg, ruble, 3 Us..... 94

London from July 22, to Aug 24. Vienna, ef. flo. 2 M ,10-16..10-20

English | Irish Foreign Total Trieste ditto. 10-16.. 10-20 Wheat 56,116 70

156,186 Madrid, effective... .36 ..363 Barley 3,455

3,455 Cadiz, effective..

.36
.364

Oats

57,662 6,805 64,467 Bilboa...

.36 ..36%
Rye 49

49 Barcelona.. .354..36 Beans 6,420

6,420 Seville..

.354..36
Pease 5,350

5,350 Gibraltar.

.303

Malt

8,840 Qrs.; Flour 41,375 Sacks. Leghorn .473

Foreign Flour-none. Genoa.

..432

Price of Hops per cwt. in the Borough. Venice, Ital. Liv.. ..27-60 27-50

Kent, New bags

...508. to 90s. Malta

.45 Naples

.39}

Sussex, ditto

.......459. to 65s. Essex, ditto

Os, to 0s. Palermo, per oz. ..117

Os. to Os. Lisbon

Yearling Bags :514..52

Kent, New Pockets 56s. to 90s. Oporto

..52 ..524

Sussex, ditto. ..46 ..47

50s. to 70s. Rio Janeiro

Essex, ditto

Os. to 0s. Bahia

1.50

Farnham, ditto..... 08. to Os. Dublin

.94

Yearling Pockets 08. to 0s.
Cork

Average Price per Load of
Hay.

Clover. Straw.
PRICES OF BULLION.

£. s. £. s. £. $. £. $. £. s. At per Ounce.

Smithfield. £. s. d. £. $. d. 3 0 to 4 0..4 0 to 4 4.,1 2 to 2 0 Portugal gold, in coin 0 ..0 0 0

Whitechapel.

10 to 4 4..4 0 to 4 15..1 10 to 2 0 Foreign gold, in bars 3 17 6..0 0 0 New doubloons .... 3 13 9 .3 13 6

St. James's. New dollars 0 4 94..0 4 9

2 10 to 4 0..3 15 to 4 8..1 7 to 1 19 Silver, in bars, stand. 0 4 114..0 0 0

Meat by Carcase, per Stone of 8lb. at The above Tables contain the highest Newgate.- Beef ....25. Od. to 28. 8d. and the lowest prices.

Mutton..28. Od. to 28. 6d.

Veal ....25. 8d. to 4s. 4d. Average Price of Raw Sugar, exclusive

Pork....28. Od. to 4s. Od. of Duty, 278. 61d.

Lamb...28. 8d. to 38. 4d. Bread.

Leadenhall.-Beef....ls. 10d. to 3s. Od.

Mutton. . 2s. Od. to 28. 6d. Highest price of the best wheaten bread

Veal ....3s. Od. to 4s. 8d. n London 83d. the quartern loaf.

Pork ....25. 8d. to 3s. 10d.

Lamb...38. Od. to 38. 8d.
Potatoes per Cwt, in Spitalfields.
Ware ......£0 2 0 to 0 4 0 Cattle sold at Smithfield from July 26,
Middlings. 0 1 6 to 0 2 0

to Aug. 26, both inclusive.
Chats ........0 1 6 to 0 0 0 Beasts.

Calves. Sheep.
Common red 0 0 0 to 0 0 0 14,140 3,325 187,190 1,860
HIGHEST AND LOWEST PRICES OF COALS (IN THE POOL),

In each Week, from July 29 to Aug. 19.
July 29.

£. 8.

Pigs. 47

Aug. 5.

Aug. 12. s. d. 8. d. 8. d. 8. d. $. d. $. d. $. d. Newcastle. 35 0 to 40 6 32 0 to 40 6 35 6 to 42 6 35 0 to 41 3 Sunderland 33 6 1041 6 32 9 to 41 9 33 0 to 42 6 33 6 to 41 3

Aug. 19.

8. d.

ACCOUNT OF 'CANALS, DOCKS, BRIDGES, WATER-WORKS, INSURANCE AND GAS-LIGHT

COMPANIES, INSTITUTIONS, &c.
By Messrs. WOLFE and EDMONDS, No. 9, 'Change-Alley, Cornhill.

(Aug. 17th, 1822.)

Per
Share.

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£.

£. $.£. s.

£ Canals.

Bridges.
Andover.....

5
350 100||Southwark

7356 100 Ashby-de-la-Zouch

16
1482 100||Do. new ...

70

7p.c. 1700 50 Ashton and Oldham

100
1760 Vauxhall

20

3000 100 Basingstoke.

6
1260 100 Do. Promissory Notes

54,0001. Do. Bonds....

40
54,0001. Waterloo

5000

100 Biriningham (divided) 580 24 2000 25

Annuities of 81. 33

5000 60 Bolton and Bury

95
477 250
Annuities of 71.

5000 40 Brecknock & Abergavenny 80 4

958 150

Bonds.

102

60,0001. Chelmer and Blackwater. | 93 5

400 100 Chesterfield 120 8

Roads.

1500 1001 Coventry .... 1070 44 3 500 100 Barking......

300 100 Croydon.......

2 101
4546 100 Commercial

108

1000 100 Derby..

140
600 100

East-India
Dudley

63
2060 100 Branch

100

100 Ellesmere and Chester 63

3575
133|Great Dover Street.

1 19 492 100 Erewash

1000

231
100 Highgate Archway.

2393 50 Forth and Clyde

470
1297 100|Croydon Railway....

1000 65 Gloucester and Berkeley,

Surrey Do...

1000 60 old Share

1960
100 Severn and Wye Do.

31 10
1 10 3762

50 Do. optional Loan....

60 Grand Junction

244
11,815 | 100

Water Works.
Grand Surrey

54

1521
100|East London.

97 2 3900 100 Do. Loan

101
60,0001. Grand Junction

58

2 10 4500 30 Grand Union

20
2819 100||Kent ...

35

1 10 2000 100 Do. Loan ......... 100

19,3271.
London Bridge..

50
2 10

1500 Grand Western.....

3

3096
100 South London

30

800 100 Grantham...

145

749
150| West Middlesex

55

2 5 75-10 Huddersfield

13 10

6312
100 York Buildings.

24

1360 100 Kennet and Avon

18 5 17| 25,328

100 Lancaster .. 27

Insurances.

11,699 100 Leeds and Liverpool.. 365

2,879| 100 Albion

50 2 101 2000 500 Leicester

300

545
Atlas ........

5

625,000 50 Leicester & Northampton

Bath .....

575 40 Union

70
1895 100|| Birmingham

300 25

300 1000 Loughborough..

3500 170

70
British

50

250 Melion Mowbray,

221

250
100||County

40 2 101 4000 100 Mersey and Irwell

Eagle...

2 12 6

40,000 50 Monmouthshire

160
2409 100 European

20

50,000 20 Do. Debentures

100
43,5261. 100|Globe...

135

1,000,0001. 100 Montgomeryshire 70 2 10 700 100|Guardian

10

100 Neath

410

2-47
Hope

4 5 6 40.000 50 North Wilts

1770 25||Imperial

96

4 101 2400 500 Nottingham...

200
500 150||London ..

28
14

3900 23 Oxford

73)
1720 100||London Ship

20

1 31,000 23 Peak Forest

70
2400 100|Provident

18

181 2500 100 Portsmouth and Arundel 40

2520 50||Rock ...

1 18

2 100,000 20 Regent's..

37 JO!
12,294 Royal Exchange

265 JO 745, 1001. Rochdale

56
5631 100 Sun Fire....

8 10
Shrewsbury
170 9 101 500 125|Sun Life

23 109

101 4001) 100 Shropshire

125
500 125 | Union...

40 1 8 1500 200 Somerset Coal.

107 1017

771 50 Stafford & Worcestershire.700

700 140

Gas Lights. Stourbridge

200

300 145 Gas Light and Coke (CharStratford on Avon

17
36-17
tered Company)

71 4

SOO
Stroudwater
495
Do. New Shares

65 312 4000) Swansea

185
533 100 City Gas Light Company

114
6 12

000 Tavistock

90
330 100 Do. New

60 2 16 1000 Thames and Medway.. 20

2670 Bath Gas

17 16 2500) Trent & Mersey, or Grand

Brighton Gas

20 5 1

1300 Trunk

1900
1300 200 | Bristol

1 14 2300 Warwick and Birmingham 230

1000
100

Literary Institutions.
Warwick and Napton
.... 210
980 100 London

28

1000 759s Wilts and Berks..

6 10
14,288 Russel ......

11

700 23gs Wisbeach...

126 105 Surrey.....

5

700 30gs Worcester and Birmingham 26 10

6000

Miscellaneous.
Auction Mart ....

1 5 1080
Docks.

British Copper Company.

2 10 1897 Bristol

20
2209 146 Golden Lane Brewery

2200 Do. Notes

101)
268,3241.] 100 Do......

3447 Commercial

87 3 10 3132 100 London Commercial Sale East India 159 8 430,0001. 100 Rooms

15

2000 East Country

31

1038 100||Carnatic Stock, Ist Class .. 92 London .. 1102 4 10 3,114,0001. 100 Do...

2d Class .. 79 West-India 183 10 11,200,000L. 100 City Bonds

109

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