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Cuba...

.....4 0

.....2 11

Cayenne...
1 10 0 0 0

PITCH, per cwt.
Demrara & Berbice I 101 0 2 2

Foreign

........0 9 il
Surinam... 0 111 0 2 1 RICE, per cwt.
Barbadoes... 0
i gi o 1 104 Carolina

2 3 6..2 4 Com. West India 0 1 7 0

19
Brazil.

i 10 0..1 14 0
Bourbon..
2 34 0 2 11 East India..

6 0..1 15 0 Bengal.

.0 0 114 0 i 18 ROSIN, per cwt
Surat.

0 1 3
1 7 English.

.0 8 6..0 9 4 ELEPHANT'S TEETH.

American.. ...0 80..0 90 l's per cwt...

9 0..01 6 RUM, per gallon
2's ditto.

1
0..1
9 0

Jamaica low O.P. O 3 0
Scrivelloes.. 1.0 15 0..1 5 0

Leeward common 0 2 8..0 0 0 FLAX, per ton

SHUMAC, cwt.
Riga,...
82 0..84 0 Sicily.

1 0 0..1 2 6 Petersburgh 12hd 3 12 0 3 14 0 STAVES FLAX-SEED per hhd.

white oak pipe 1 8 0.1 12 0 American....... .6 0 0.0 0 0

red oak hhd......0 80..0 90 Canada per bush. 0 10 0..0 10 6 SUGAR, cwt. FUSTIC, per ton

Muscovado Brit. P.
Jamaica.. 13 0 0 14 0 0

Dabs & moist brn 3 § 0..3 14 0
Porto Rico... 8 0 0 11 0 0

Dry Brown... 3 14 0..3 19 0 .16 0 0 17

Middling..

0..4 4 0 Brazil. 8 0 0 10 0

Good middling... 4 5 0..4 8 0 Zante... ..0' 0 0 0

Very fine.

-4 12 0..4 16 0 GINGER, per cwt.

Havanna, in bond
Barbadoes
0 0..4 0
Brown..

8 0..2 100 Jamaica.. 3 15 0..7 0

Yellow..

0..2 16 0 HEMP, per ton

White

.3 2 0..3 12 0 Riga Rhine.....54 0 0 55 0 0 Brazil, brown, bond 2 0..2 8 Petersburg clean 52 053

Yellow

2 0..2 11 0 HIDES, per lb.

White...

2 13 0..3 5 0 West India, dry..0 0 41.00 6 East-India, in bond Buenos Ayres, dryo 06.00 9

Brown...

114 0..2 0 0 Brazil, dry .......0 0 63.0 0 83 Yellow

2 3 0..2 100 LIG. VITÆ,per ton..7 0 0..100 0

White.

2 12 0..3 0 0 LOGWOOD, Camp ..10 0 0 10 10 0 Molasses, per cwt. Jamaica .........

9 5 0..9 100 West India B.P...15 0..2 30 Hondura g........

90 0..9 50 TALLOW, per cwt. MAHOGANY, per foot

Brazil..

4 1 0.,0 0 0 Honduras.......0 0 11..0 1 2 Petersburgh, Y.C.4 0 0..0 0 0 St Domingo......0 I 4..0 2 2

Soap 3 18 0.0 0 0 Cuba.

0 1 3..0 1 6 Archangel Soap..3 18 0 OLS, per 252 gallons

TAR, per barrel Cod...

45 0 0 4 0 0 American, comm. 0 19 0..0 19 0 Seal, pale.... 54 0 0 56 0 0

Virginia 1 0 6.0 0 0 brown,....52

Stockholm

2 6..] 3 0 Linseed, per gal. 0 4 4

Archangel ...1

9..0 0 0 Rape, pale... 0 5 4

TOBACCO, per lb. brown.....0 5 2

Faded..... 0 0 6 Olive, per 236 gal.

Ord. and sound.. 0 0 0 0 0 64 Gallipoli...... 100 0 0 0 0 Good and fine 0

0 7 0 0 0 Messina 90 0 0 97

Stemmed..... .0 0 80 0 103 Palm, per 20 cwt 63 0 0 0 0 0 Rappabannock If. 0 0 5.0 0 7 Tarpentine, cwt 4 2 0

Stemmed.. 0 0 8..0 0 9 PIMENTO per lb.... 0 091..0 0 10 Kentucky leaf....0 0 5 0 0 7} PINE TIMBER, pet cubic foot.

TORTOISE SHELL,lb.) 0 1 1 American.. -0 2 5..0 2 8 TURPENTINE, cwt.

American..... .0 18 0..0 19 0

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Commercial Reports...

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