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MONTHLY REGISTER.

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

THE month of September commenced with showery weather, which was succeeded by dry vinds from the west and north-west. From the 20th, and downwards, it rained frequent ly, and at times heavily, making the quantity of rain, altogether, about three times as much as that of the same month last year. The mean temperature, at the beginning of the month, was somewhat higher than during the latter end of August, the Thermometer rising daily above 60, and sometimes as high as 68. For some days during the second week it never reached 60, but an increase of temperature again took place between the 12th and 20th. From that till the end of the month the temperature of the day gradually declined, but that of the night suffered little or no diminution. The mean of the whole month is about half-a-degree lower than that of September last year. It will be seen from the abstract, that the mean of the extremes differs from the mean of ten morning and evening only by one tenth of a degree, and that the former, instead of being higher, as is generally the case, is in the present instance lower than the latter. The mean point of deposition corresponds also very nearly with the mean minimum temperature. The range of the Barometer has been greater than any month since March, though the mean height does not differ much from the annual average. The Hygrometer, notwithstanding the quantity of rain, indicates a greater degree of dryness than last year, and the evaporation is also greater. The prevailing wind in September 1817 was east and south-east—this year it has been west and north-west. A more satisfactory explanation of the fact, however, may perhaps be found in the comparative dryness of the summer months of this year. In 1817, the ground was perpetually soaked with water till the end August, so that the atmos. phere in September, though disposed to be dry, was rapidly supplied with moisture from the earth. On the contrary, during the preceding month of this year, the ground was so dry as to absorb quickly the rain of September, and thus to prevent the atmosphere from being so soon saturated as it would otherwise have been.

METEOROLOGICAL Table, extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of

the Tay, four miles east from Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.

15th,

SEPTEMBER 1818.
Means.

Extremes.
THERMOMETER. Degrees.

THERMOMETER. Degrees. Nean of greatest daily heat,

59.1 Maximum,

4th day,

68.5 cold,

46.5
Minimum,

36.0 teraperature, 10 A. M.

55.5
Lowest maximum, 15th,

53.5
10 P. M.
50.3 Highest minimum, 18th,

55.0 ... of daily extremes,

52.8 Highest, 10 A. M.

4th,

61.0 • 10 A. M. and 10 P. M. 52.9 Lowest ditto, 28th,

49.0 4 daily observations,

52.8 Highest, 10 P.M.

18th,

59.0 Whole range of thermometer, 375.0 Lowest ditto 15th,

41.0 Mean daily ditto,

12.5
Greatest range in 24 hours, 22d,

20.5 ... temperature of spring water,

54.2 Least ditto,

29th,

3.5 BAROMETER. Inches.

BAROMETER.

Inches. Mean of 10 A. M. (lemp. of mer. 58) 29.581 Highest, 10 A. M.

13th,

30.125 ..... 10 P. M. temp. of mer. 58) 29.595 Lowest ditto,

Ist,

29.285 . both, (temp. of mer. 58) 29.588 Highest, 10 P. M.

19th,

30.100 Whole range of barometer, 6.659 Lowest ditto,

29.100 Mean daily ditto, .221 Greatest range in 24 hours, 18th,

.500 Least ditto,

10th,

.020 HYGROMETER (LESLIE'S.) Degrees. Mean dryness, 10 A. M.

21 st ,

.

20.4

HYGROMETER. Degrees. . 10 P. M. 11.4 Highest, 10 A, M.

8th,

45.0 of both, 15.8 Lowest ditto,

28th,

1.0 ... point of deposition 10 A. M. 46.7 Highest, 10 P. M.

94.0 . 10 P. M. 15.1 Lowest ditto,

28th,

2.0 of both, 45.8 Highest P. of D. 10 A. M. 4th,

59.4 Rain in inches,

2.660 Lowest ditto,

9th,

35.4 Esaporation in ditto, 1.800 Highest P. of D. in P. M. 18th,

56.0 Men daily Evaporation,

.060 Lowest ditto,

16th,

32.0 WILSON'S HYGROMETER,

WILSON'S HYGROMETER. Mean dryness, 10 A. M.

24.8

Greatest dryness, 17th, 10 A. M. .:.... 19 P. M.

18.4 Least ditto, 28th, 10 P.M.
Fair days 12; rainy days 18. Wind west of meridian 19; East of meridian 11.

16th,

Sep. 1

A.551

2

17{ A. 40

3

W.

5

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in

the Observatory, Calton-hill. N.B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, afternoon. The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register

Thermometer.
Attach,
Ther. Barom. Ther.

Attach.
Wind.

Ther. Barom. Ther. Wind.
M.59 29.154 M.59

w.
Clear foren.

M.59 29.207 M.51
.105 A.159

Sep. 16 rain aftern.

Clear foren.

W.

A. 40
M.60 .235 M.59

.409A. 50

cloudy after. W.

M.50
A. 47

Cloud. warm
A. 57

.692 M.52

W.

Clear.

.781 4.53 M.627.641M.57

Clear foren.

M.59
A. 45 .640 A. 59

18

.559 M.56 show, after.

A. 44

S. W. Clear.
M.60 .462 M.62

.427 A. 58)
W.

M.59
A. 533 .470/A. 63

Clear

19

.:25 M.59

s.W. Cloudy.

UA. 45 .282 A.58)
M.62
.515 M.63

W.
.315 A. 60

M.59
Clear.

20

.358 M.53 A. 173.351 4.52

E. Rain.
.260 M.62

M.59
A. 492 .286 A, 59

21

.178 M.54

S.E.

Cloudy,

A. 433 28.877 A.58)
M.60 .468 M.58

rain after. W. Clear foren.

M.59.29.170 M.58
A. 44

22.
.584A.56
rain aftern.
A. 474 .411 A.52)

S.

Clear.
M.59 576 M.55

W. Clear foren.
A. 42

.114 M.57
.576 A. 56

Clear fore. cloud. after.

A. 43
M.59 .537 M.52

.228 A. 58

cloud. after.
9
A. 41

N.E.
.537 A, 54
Cloud. show.

.279 M.56

s. E. Clear fore. UA. 49

.279/A. 58 .537 M.50

cloud, after A. 39

.325 M.58 .537 A, 49

(A. 481 M.59

.305 A. 56 11

.563 M. 49 A. 39

.184 M.56 .701 A. 51

S. W.

Rain fore. A. 44

.279 A. 55 M.59 12

clear after. .807 M.52 A. 45 Cble. Rain foren.

M.59 .995 A.54

27

.329 M.53 clear aftern.

E. .329 A. 53

Rain. 13. M.59 .955 M.52

Cloudy. .882A. 56

M.59 28

.440 M.55

A. 42 .460 A.57 Cloudy.
.547 M.58
A. 48

W.
.429 A.57
Showery.

M.59
29
•555 M.55

E.

A. 18
M.59

.555 A. 56

Cloudy. 15 .734 M.57

M.59
A.44
1361A, 50
Showery.

30

.470 M.55
A. 49
.455 A.54} E.

Cloudy.
Average of rain at Nelson's Monument, 1.8 inches.

A. 50
M.59

N.W. Showery.

8

23 M.59

24 SM.59

10 M.59

25M.59

S. W. Clear.

N. E. Cloud. show.
N. E. Cloudy.

26 M.59

A. 457

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COMMERCIAL REPORT.-Oct. 10th 1818.

Sagar. The market for this article has for several weeks been very dull; and since the beginning of last week, the prices have given way considerably. The falling in the London market is about 6s. per cwt. and at this decline the market is very heavy. The arrivals for some time past have been very considerable; but the whole of the crops for the present year may now be considered as at market, as the small quantities of produce left in the islands is scarcely worth taking into account. The quantity in the London warehouses is about 4000 less than at the same period of last year. It is therefore extremely probable that the market will soon experience a revival. No business is doing in Foreign Sugars. The Refined market has been very heavy, chiefly because the exports to Russia are closed for the

season. The holders are therefore endeavouring to effect sales at a decline in price.-Coffee. The great depression of prices on this article has again brought speculators into the market ; but the prices do not vary much. Some extensive purchases, which had been made for cash, were brought forward, and sold at a considerable advance. The general opinion is, that the price of this article is now about the lowest rate it is likely to be for some time. The market may be considered at present as very dull.—Cotton. The extensive sales of this article by the East India Company in London have depressed the market in the capital. At the other ports the market is heavy, but the holders are less disposed to effect sales at reduced rates. Activity being now restored to the vast manufacturing districts around Manchester, by the return of the workmen to their duty, will no doubt tend to keep the market steady, in the face of the extensive arrivals. The quantity imported into the United Kingdom last month amounted to 65,164 bags, which gives an increase of 42,747 bags during last month. The prodigious quantity of Cotton imported this year is sufficient to account for the present dulness in the market. The manufactures are all in full activity.Corn. Although the ports are now shut, from the Bidassoa to the Eyder, yet it has had no effect on the London markets. Grain, which had advanced considerably in price, may now be considered as at a stand ; and the abundant harvest over all the northern parts of Great Britain and Ireland will abundantly repay the labours of the farmer in these parts, and fully make up for the deficiency in the southern counties of England, occasioned by a severe drought. The harvest in Scotland may now be considered as completely over, and the grain housed in excellent order. Potatoes, which had gready advanced in price, from extensive speculations made to supply the London market, are now returning to their proper level, and the greedy speculators have paid most severely for their folly, having been compelled to sell the article in London cheaper than what it cost them in Scotland, besides a prodigious loss, occasioned by the potatoes spoiling from being too soon raised.-Rum, Brandy, and Hollands. The demand for Rum is again become limited, and the prices, as might have been anticipated, are on the decline. Pute chases can now be made lower than our quotations. Brandy is merely nominal in price. Geneva is without any variation.-- Tobacco. The market for Tobacco is exceedingly heavy, and purchases may be made at a decline in price. The report of exceeding high prices in London has brought most extensive supplies from the United States. The stock is, in consequence, 9144 hhds. Oil. The demand for Whale Oil has been regular and steady, and the prices may be quoted as gradually improving. Linseed may be quoted at a small decline. In other kinds there is no variation. Tar is in demand.-In rough

Turpentine there is no alteration. Pitch and Rosin are without variation. The demand for Talloze has been limited.-Flax is in limited request, and the price of Hemp remains steady On the other articles of commerce there is no alteration worth stating.

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PRICES CURRENT.-October 3, 1818.
SUGAR, Muse.
LEITH, GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL LONDON.

DUTIES. B. P. Dry Brown, cwt.

80 to
77 to 81

77 to 79
. good,
and fine mid. 86

90 82
90 80

80

82 Fine and very fine,

£1 10 0 92 96 91 95 89 94 84

90 Refined, Doub. Loaves, 150 160

155 Powder ditto, 124 126

122 Single ditto, 1120 122 119

124 124

126 122 Small Lamps

116 118 114

116 1124

126 120 Latge ditto,

114 115 110

112 113

118 112 Crushed Lumps,

67
66
67 09

72 WOLASSES, British, ewt. 45 46 45

16
45

40 COFFEE, Jamaica.

07 62 cwt. Ord good, and fine ord. 142 154 140

130 136 110 Mil good, and fine mid. 154 166 152

116 1148 158 Dutch, Triage and very ord. 125 136

115 124 132 134 Ord. good, and fine ord. 138 116

126 136 141 148

0 0 73 MH mood, and fine mid. 148 157

138 148 150
St Domingo,
154 158

130
135 153

158 PIMENTO (in Bond) lb.

11dd92 10

10 92

10 SPIRITS,

Jamn. Rum, 16 0.P. gall. As 2d 18 40 3s ild 4s Od 3s 3d 4s 2d 4s ld 4s 3d
Brandy,

0 8 13 9 6 10 6

7 6 8 0 Gencra,

(B.S. 0 17 0:43 38 3 10 Aqua, 83 8 6

017 1112

14 6 WINES,

0 Claret, 1st Growths, hhd. 60

(B.S. 2 143 18 64

£50
£55 Os. (P.S.) P148 4

6 Portugal Red, pipe. 48 54

46 52 10 Spanish White, butt. 31 55

26 60 0
B.S. 95 11

0 Teneriffe, pipe. 30 35

34 0 (F.S.) 98 16 0 Madeira, 60 70

40 45 / B.S.

96 13 0

99 16 F.S.)

6 LOGWOOD, Jam. ton. '£10 0

8 5 8 10 8 10

8 15 90 Honduras,

10 10
8 10 9 0 8 15 9
0 9 0

09 10 Campeachy,

11 0

9 0 10 0 90 9 10 9 15 10 0 FUSTIC, Jamaica,

12 0
10 10

10 15 11 0 21 012 0
Cuba,
15 0
13 10 14 0 13 0 15 0

1 4 64 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, Ib. 9s 6d ils 60 8 696

11 Od 11 6

0 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot. 2 2 2

2 3 27 2 6

0 2 Ditto Oak, 5 0

3 1 3 11

5 Christiansand (dut. paid) 2 3 Honduras Mahogany

1 8 0 10 18
1 23 1 6 ls 2:0 ls 4d

16 0 St Domingo, ditto 2 3 0 1 8 2 0 2 0

14 2 TAR, American,

15 0 16 6 20

21

B.S.
(F.S. 1

2 113 Archangel,

23

18 0 20 0

21 6 PITCH, Foreign, cwt. 10

11

12

B.S. 1 8 6

F.S.S 1 10 1 TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Cand. 91 93 92

94 98

93
94

0 3 2 Home Melted,

92
94

76 80 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton. 51 53 51

53

£50 0

B.S. 0 Petersburgh Clean,

9 18 50 52 50 52 48

49 0 FLAX,

) 0 10 0 Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak. 80

82

82

85 Duteh, 110

80

SB.s. 81

0 0 75

F.S. 0 0748 MATS, Archangel, 100. 105

105

1 3 9

F.S.S 1 4 114 BRISTLES,

0 3 64 Petersburgh Firsts, cwt. 15 0 16 0

14 10 15 0 F.S. 0 3 111 ASHES, Peters. Pearl, 50 52

50

0 4 67

06 (F.S.

4 Montreal ditto,

60
60
58

63
Pot,

55
56 53
54 50

0
53
52
54

1 7 OIL, Whale,

tun. 43

43

40 80 (p. brl.)

16 TOBACCO, Virgin. firie, 1b. 11 12 127 13

1 1

093 1 03 Middling,

1 2
10
102 10%

11 0 8

09 92 11 Inferior,

0 3 10 9 10 97

1031 07

0

8 COTTON'S, Bowed Georg.

93 1 8

1 93 1 7 1 95 Sea Island, fine,

3 10 4 0 31 3 3 good,

5 6 7 9 9 10 3 middling,

2 0 2 4 Demerara and Berbice,

B.S. 08 11 2 2 1 9

3

2 West India,

103 2 17 F.S.

2 0 18 1 9 Pernambuco,

17 1 10

2 1 Maranham,

115

2 04 1 115 0 VOL. IV.

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Weekly Price of Stocks, from 1st to 29th September 1818.

1st.

8th. 15th. 22d.

29th.

ako

1054 6

743

Bank stock, ....... 2684 94
3 per cent. reduced, 744 31
3 per cent. consols.com 73 75% 6! 75

74: 51 4 per cent. consols, 931 5 per cent. navy ann... 1034

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105 1 Imperial 3 per cent. ann. India stock, bonds, manoma

78 7Opr. 84 85pr. Exchequer bills, 2}d. p. d. 17 18pr. Consols for acc. mamansara

761 751 American 3 per cent.com

new loan, 6p.c. French 5 per cents.

174 90 cents. Course of Exchange, October 6.-Amsterdam, 37 : 6 B. 2 U. Antwerp, 11 : 14 Ex. Hamburgh, 34 : 824 U. Frankfort, 143. Ex. Paris, 24: 90, 2 U. Bordeaux, 24: 90. Madrid, 39 effect. Cadiz, 39 effect. Gibraltar, 34. Leghorn, 50%. Genoa, 465. Malta, 50. Naples, 43. Palermo, 129 per oz. Oporto, 58. Rio Janeiro, 67. Dublin, 91. Cork, 9. Agio of the Bank of Holland, 2.

Prices of Gold and Silver, per oz.- Portugal gold, in coin, £0:0:0. Foreign gold, in bars, £4: 2:0. New doubloons, £0:0:0. New dollars, 5s. 44d. Silver, in bars, 5s. 4£d.

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ENGLISH BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 20th of

August and the 30th of September 1818, extracted from the London Gazette. Bonsfield, W. May's buildings, St Martin's Lane, Hopkins, J. Hopmarket, Worcester, hop-merchant woollen-draper

Jones, M. M. Blackfriars Road, livery-stableBruford, c. Gallway-street, St Luke's, cabinet- keeper maker

James, W. Clement's-lane, merchant Burton, W. Hinckley, hosier

Jorden, W. Barnwood, Gloucester, corn-dealer Boyle, R. Upper Thames-street, merchant

Johnson, J. E. Hyde-street, Bloomsbury, master Buckland, M. Bayswater, victualler

mariner Ball, G. R. Exeter, perfumer

Ker, R. Hull, merchant Brown, W. College hill, merchant

Leigh, W. Bath-street, Bethnal-green, merchant Bragg, J. Birmingham, tye-maker

Lumley, W. Jermyn-street, merchant Buck, c. Southwark, hop-merchant

Lane, J. E. Evesham, Worcestershire, jeweller Bolt, J., and J. Jones, Bath, grocer

Lear, F. Strand, brush-maker Belt, w. A. Great Driffield, Yorkshire, currier Latham, N. Manchester, baker Cook, W. Chapel-street, New Road, grocer

Marshall, J. Sheffield, shoemaker Cowper, W. Bell-court, Wallbrook, paper-merchant Maussar, A. Gwynne's buildings, City Road, merCooper, H. D. Back-street, Horslydown, hop-mer- chant chant

Mackennel, J. W. Keith, late of the Old South Sea Carpenter, H. and W. Alresford, Hants, brewers House, merchant Cumbers, F. Boar's.head-court, King-street, coach- Morton, w. Worksop, Nottinghamshire, portermaster

merchant Cross, T. Bath, butcher

Moran, T. Holyhead, innkeeper Coffin, J. W. Plymouth Dock, merchant

Marshall, E. Adlington, Kent, factor Curriage, T. Hersford, Norfolk, grocer

Moody, ). York Mews, Paddington-street, livery: Devereux, F., and M. Lambert, Brabant-court, stable-keeper Philpot-lane, merchant

Mcad, J. Stone, Buckinghamshire, wheelwright Durand, J. N. Upper Cumming-street, Pentonville, Moat, T. Cheapside, broker merchant

Moreton, C. Derby Arms, Croyden, Surrey, stableDavidson, W. Little-street, Thomas Apostle, keeper wholesale stationer

Norton, C. Birmingham, builder Dawson, J. Burnham, Westgate, Norfolk, book- Pagely, G. Cranbourne-street, silk-mercer seller

Penn, F. jun. Walthamstow, plumber Damm, J. Warntord-court, merchant

Prosser, W. Birmingham, builder Dyson, W., J. Fowler, Sheffield, Yorkshire, and Rose, J. St Michael's Alley, provision-merchant

W. Russel, Hough, Yorkshire, scissor-manufac Rhodes, W. East Smithfield, baker turers

Roberts, G. Marton, Shropshire, maltster Dussard, P. Welbeck-street, Cavendish-square, Ryde, W. Cannon-street, grocer milliner

Rúmford, R. W. Bartholomew-lane, stock-broker Durrant, J. East Dereham, Norfolk, innkeeper Roach, W. Clifton, Bristol, victualler Dafter, M. Whitminster, Gloucestershire, linen- Spooner, R. Cornhill, woollen-draper draper

Saunders, E. Feversham, grocer
Evans, G. sen. and G. Evans, jun. High-street, Storey, T. South Blyth, Northumberland, ship.

Southwark, hop-merchants
Felton, R. Lawrence Pountney-lane, merchant Stephens, T. Torkington, Cheshire, dealer
Furnival, D. Liverpool, grocer

Simmons, S. Hilperton, Wilts, hawker Fowler, W. and J. Alder-mills, Tamworth, Staf Shane, J. E. Fleet-street, boot and shoemaker fordshire, corn-millers

Thomas, R. Northumberland-court, Strand, dealer Griffiths, J. Bristol, victualler

Thorogood, C. Strand, dealer
Gafney,
M. Manchester, cotton-broker

Thorne, W. H. Strutton-ground, Westminster, Hoare, J. Bristol, calenderer

oilman Hyne, R. sen. Dartınouth, inerchant

Trustrum, J. King-street, Goswell-street, carpenter Head, J. O. Liverpool, merchant

Varley, W. Slaithwaite, Yorkshire, woollen-cordHowarth, J. Warminster, linen-draper

manufacturer

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