Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 21, 1847, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 21, 1847 Page 2
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Ill - 1 . " -' *?* by lb* ord?rs of tbwir auparlorv how eool-i th?* b? Mru t, when in their own Interest* We here behold a prisoner abut np in ? citadel, watched by ? whole garrison hnr-o. his bars?thaoka to the connivance of a flentry '' It appear* that the general had only raadjt up hia mind to attempt to escape when he heard th?t"n? wan to be tried by a court martini It wan then that) hi* wife, persuaded tint his ru'ti was resolved upon disguiMd herself as a Pallcar ai-d nocomiwnled by about twenty ol the general's p'lrtisanp raa eivod him < ha gate of the jirfson on the night of the 1 "2th Instant She then returned to I hnlcia An attempt made to trmt hei th?re. but she h'irric-id?d ttwr house. and threatened U Wow out the hraina of the first person that approached This courageous conduct of a woman, whoae only oiimi was to have sived her huaband. van respected by thi ngenta, and. to the honor of the governm?*nt be it said she h'laainoe been left unmolested at Chaleis "We have too great a reapeot for the lawn.-' (says L< Courrier) " to irlve our sanction to the enterprise o Ocoeral (irlzzlottl, but the ministry, who endeavored a all rl?ks to prevent the election of a man who enjoyei the great eat lnfluenoe in Kuhora, and arreated him ai the very moment that he was appealing to the throne has not that ministry caused for itself embarrassments from whioh it will find it a very difficult to eacspe ! " Meantime a second olvil war hna burat upon ua. owing to th i scandalous proceedings of the government at the elections, to make sure of a chamber according to ita ewn ideas (Jreek blood will flow: but W rolet'l enjoys good health and that is all that is requisite to rnain'aiii the udmiraMu system so warmly supported by M O-iiiot " The >fonit'nr dree, in announnlDg the (act of the inWri-c?ion adds: ? " The /ove^tim nt bee taken measures whb*h wdl compel O-nenl Orhx otti to surrender wi'hin a few d-ys. <?ener*| Oardikf'ti fJrivas. side de c.imp of the King hn? left lor < hslcls. where a concentration of troops will lie made, and fr"m whence he will march against the rebels We daily expect the announcement of their defeat " A postscript add*. "At the moment of going to press we h.iv<-received the news that the iiovernment troops }i ,1 attacked the rebels. and had driven them back on (liff-rfiit points. The battle wan still g?ing on when the COUrliT left " ttrirnf 1s still at Prevesa, nnd at liberty ; he has been joined by a number of Mbanians According to one account Grivas intended joining the insurgents in Albania; according to .11 other he was about to cross the frontiers of (?reece, at the head of his Palicars. A'fvices from Constantinople state that, at a secret, meeting held at the psla'-e of the Orand Vizier on the Iflth tilt . it wa? derided that the Ottoman ports Hhouid be closed ami the exequaturs withdrawn from the Hellenic consult \ 1-tter from Constantinople of the 18th ultimo, announces lli? compl?t? defeat ot the Albanian insnrg?i tg at B?rat by the troops of the Suit-tn, on the 24th July \ destructive conflagration had taken place at Scut.all ; 800 houses were reduced to ashes On the same morning 90 houses fell a prey to the flames at Constantinople. India. Since our last, two overland mails from India have ar rived the first, with Intelligence fr 'in Calcutta to the 2d and from Bombay to the 8th of ./illy; and the second with dates from < Calcutta to the 8th from Bombay to the 19th ot July; and from Madras to the JOth Those from China are not later than those which had previously reached us via Ceylon The London mail of the 7th May reached Madras via Bombay, on the 13th June, Calcutta on the lftth The mail of the 24th May reached Bombay by the bark Lord Sfanley on th" 30fh June. The P and O Co'a steamer Precursor, with the mail of the same date, reached Point (Je Oalfil ou the 'J^th June, Madras on the 2d July, and Calcutta on t.he 7th. The mail of the 7th June reached Bombay by the steamer Auckland, at noon on the 6th Ju!y?28 days 11 hours from London to Bombay?the quickest transit on record. The political uews relative to the state of India is satisfactory At Bombay the rains had been remarkable, forty-two inches hail already fallen on the 3d ult.j that is more thau half the ordinary average, and there were two monthc of the monsoon yet remaining. Great apprehensions were felt respecting the fate of the Cleopatra steamer, which left Bombay on the 14th of April, bound fur Singapore She encountered the frightful hurriopnti of the 17th, 19th and 19th of April, n n fl hml n Ctf liincn Kuun huurrl nf It swan to be the intention of the Governor-General to reduce the army in India to the extent by which XI,000.0(H) sterling per unnuui will be saved. Tranquility continued to pruviiil throughout the Punjab In the Hazareb. or mountain districts, the chiefs who had refused to submit te Oholab Singh had since been pacified by being again placed under the government of Lahore To the eastward of the Nizam >* territory, in the Goomeoor country, the misunderstanding between the inhabitants still existed In Oude the disagreement between the King and his Wuaeer continued. Tranquility had not been restored in the States of the Niiam Sir Charles Napier wished to quit Soinde, in which case it was expeuted that Mr I'ringlo, at present Commissioner of Ilurum. in the northern provinces, would succeed him with the rank of Commissioner. An extra of the Culumho Times, Isleof Ceylon, of the loth July reports that a general rising of the Chinest against thi- British hail taken place at ( anton. Thii new* wuh alleged to have been brought to Columbo by the Haddington TiUanier, .which received it from a captain of h ves?e 1 who had been despatched to Calcutta foi troops, to reinforce the gsrrison at Hong Kong. The want of drtiiils. and the generally suspicious import ol this intelligence, require some more authentic statement before It can be believed. Foreign Theutrlcnl*. The Surrey Theatre is at present open, on speculation, by Mr. Kerschner. SaddNr's Wells Thoatro was oj>ened for the Beason by Mr. Phelps. The Manchester Theatre Royal will open on the 9th October, when Mr. and Mr? < harles Kean will matie their first appearance on the British stage, oil their returo from the I nited States It is currently reported that Mrs Nlabett is on the eye of being led for the third time to the hymeneal altar iler present suitor is a youug Scotch b.ironet. Jenny Lind has concluded an engagement with Mr. l.umley for the next season, at her Majesty's Theatre. Miss Cushman has so far recovered as to be able to accept an engagement for the ensuing season at Liverpool It Is understood that she will perform with Mr Macready J nuy Lind left London to fulfil her provincial engage merits. Lablache goes to Paris. Madame Orisi is to be brought down to Kdinburgh ai a set off against Mdlle Lind. whose appearance she is tc anticipate by a few days The tickets for Jenuy's con eert have for some time been bearing premiums, both li the Ldintmrgh and Glasgow rialtos. The Swedish nightingale was nnirnged to sing for thi first time in Liverpool The box ofiice was opened foi the sale of tickets and the distribution of places, wher there wasafearful rush. Noless than 11*00 was recei vet In a few hours. Mr Rooke, the composer, still remains in a very pre. carious state at (travesend. with very slender hopes ol his ultimate recovery. He has a wife and a numerous family. A French paper states that Jullien. of Drury Lane, has engaged Berlioz the comp< ser.(who married Miss Smithson.) as director of the music, for the ensuing season, at Drury Lane; and that among the engagements already made with vocalists the following are included:?Madame Viardot (mrcia and Miss Birch; Messrs Duprez, Reeves, Jones (Whitworth,) Pischek, and Staudlgl. The poet Bunn will positively hoist the standard of the illegitimate drama at the Surry Theatre, of which he has become the lessee, Mrs Davldge retiring from the management. The Italian Opera season closed at her Majesty's Theatre a few days before the steamer left. Mr. Balfe has not renewed his engagement with Mr. Lumley, as director of the orchestra at her Majesty's Theatre. Mr Reeves was to have given a concert on the 2Hth lilt . for which h* ?nirur*(i tha (nlhmlni* v/tnaliata Y1o/l un? <?risi. Signor Mario, Tamburini. and John Parry, It is stated that Madame Castellan will be eng%ged at the Royal Italian Opera, Covent (iarden, next season vie* Madame 1'ersiani, whme health in In a very preuarioa* state ' Mad. Cerito and M. St. I,eon gaveaconcertat Plymouth a few days before the steamer left The Theatre Hoyal Church at Liverpool, opened for the neason with Mr. Owen an Hamlet, Richelieu, 8tc , A proposal has been made in Glasgow for the institution of a fund tor the purchase of an annuity to Mr Sheridan Knowles. No definitive method of raising 11 baa yet been resolved on; but an amateur theatrica performance is one of the methods talked of. Dmry-lane Theatre will be opened on the 34th o October by Jullien. .with promeuade concerts, and h commence his operatio season the latter end of NoveiD ber He Is gone to the oontlnent on a recruiting tour. Mr. and Mrs. Keelcy are playing at the Surre; Theatre. Mrs. Warner has taken the Marylebone Theatre Mr. Leonard, the Irish comedian, is performing at th> Liverpool Amphitheatre. The now theatre of Teeth, built in a very short spaci of time, to replace the one recently destroyed by Are has just been opened with the opera of the " Harbor o Seville.'' The house is elegant and spacious It wil contain an audience of -10(H) persons; there are .>2 privati boxes and 400 stalls. It ia stated that Prince Torlonia. the opulent banker is likely to become director of the Theatres Royal Madame Stolts. the celebrated French prima donna, ii expected here to give a series of performances, shouli ber health permit. M. Meyerbeer has been laboring under severe indlspo sltlon. Finding his,health not improved at Fran/.unhrunnen. he has left for Marienbad. and thence intend) -proceeding to the waters of Uasteln, in the vicinity oi Salzburgh, in the Austrian .States. The managers of the Opera at Paris have engaged Verdi to write an opera, which he has undertaken t< produce this winter, and a libretto, in four ants, ha* been put in bis hands. He wished for a dramatic soprano. and pointed out Mad'lle Julia Vangelder, whom the managers immediately engaged. The celebrated Hosati is also engaged tor the ballet. The Sultan Via* conferred on the able pianist Liszt the insignia of the order of Nichan Istchln in brilliants. -m.v "i1 morning concert in aid of the poor of Pera, which produced a round sum enttiuJriW Jr"? th* London and Liverpool theatres, is engaged to perform at the I'ark Theatre rs>n?, r?>r Meptrmlxr. sv? & 1r-r are made with the mantelets to match and 7 noirs of pink. blue, or lilac tarlatan* hat-T T P merited with small tull? ruches mam- full double row up each side of th sk"rt^nd bodiTto th? shoulder, tbe favorite celor. are white or plle^ser esaspjNwiPswpm^mmsssmsmg^ ground, ooverei with wretthf *f flo??rt. Many dreiies i of grot de Naplei, pekin d'ete, and tatietas have had th? sleeves ornamented In a new style; bias sufnciently full to he a little bouffint. felling one on the other, circling the arntiole; It la a simple style of ornament, [ but very becoming to the figure Kor evenly "re'' i white pr?04nliiatea; tarlatan)'* with deep flounce* P"1*" ed and oraumt-ato of natural dowera; white crepe *'?" triple skir*k plain, atid white taflVtas relie?*? by f oarnatious; the make of the c rsages i? rather di tere it . from those of winter, light material" being lull at the shoulJero bertbea are confltn-4 to tbleker mater ? . r The ehort sleeves form jockeys over a small cu Small caps are very fashionable and th???^without * crowns are f >und very suitable with JJ? ? w blue 3 The coiffure Luisa is composed of circlets of narrow blue velvet, each supporting a row of narrowlace;, much used for dress caps, particularly r The ribbon on caps is placed all in front, leaving merely f tM,Mantelets have been made of crape, trimmed with l lace or with several rows of narrow frills pinked ; some t of tulle are trimmed with narrow velvet. One of the I most fashionable man tea ud Is the Scandinave, with deep ' revem united by brandenbourgs of silk, and a kind of I running wreath of braid on the material, whether of taffetas or batiste ecrue. The mantelet kontauge Is trimmed with frills, and instead of a collar has a fichu pelerine tyiDg carelessly in front. Ilonnets of crape, tu'le ami lace, all the lightest materials, are still in demand; pailles de riz, mixed with colored blonds, have a very pretty effect Some bonnets are ornamented with a fauchon of t"lf tna pinked, or of lace, which is in still better laste particularly if mixed with velvet. Kor straw bonnetU they are very suitable, made of poult de sole trimmed with lace or pinked ruches, or several frills, falling on the crown wit>i havolet to match. The Latest Flnttmlal Intelligence. [From the London Chronicle. Sept 8 ] The Money vi?rk?t has been buoyant to-day. and prices have undergone some improvement. Consols opened In the morning at H"J? to % for the acoount, and 87 to for money, at whioh quotation they remained until the mi idle of the day. when, on its b< coming known tbat the Dank had dsoided on a reduction of the rate of interest, they went immediately to 86>? buyers for the acoount They soon afterwards receded to 88 to J?. at which price they closed at three o'clock. After business, however, they were ugaia done at buyers for the account, and S'% for money. The other stocks are as follows : the Three per Cents Reduced. 88; the Three-aml-a-<juarter per cents , 89.S to%; Bank Stock, 196 to 8; India Stock, '238 to 42; Kxchequcr bills, 3s. to 6s. prem. i .n i 1u iii" ..i i't'lgu w-i urities. the buslnm transacted in them (luring the day having been v<ry limit) <1 The char" iimrk.-t irt Ken-rally firmer, and some descriptions of shares may tie t-aid to be better Tn? anticipations which we expressed a few days ago. as to the course which the bank wan likely to pursue consequent uyon the improved position in which the returns last published showed it to be placed, our read r? will observe, have ber-u fully realized to day. The bank has reduced the rate of interest on advances to the middle of October from />>? to !> per cent As regards the existing resources ot the bank, when viewed independently of other considerations, they are generailj felt to afford to the directors an ample justification for the step whieh they have thus taken. The general Impression in the city appears to be that which on more than one occasion we havo ventured to express, that as much of the pressure which every now and then weighs upon the money market arises merely from the temporary loss of confidence, the indication of more facile accommodation whioli is afforded by such a step as that tiken by the hank to-day must obviate to a certain extent the pressure. by bringing capital more freely into the market, much of which has been kept back, either from fear or from policy, until the approach of better times. Trade bus been sorely pressed during the last few months, and, even at the uacrifica of heavy discount charges, the obtaining of money even on first rate securities has been next to impossible The foundation, however, on which we rest is undergoing a daily improvement. Tho harvest, (n which so much connected with the movements of every branch of trade depends, is now placed, as to its safety and abundance, beyond a doubt The condition of Krance, too, in this respect is. from a similar cause, equally cheering, and there is, at least for some time to come, no reasonable doubt but that food will be both plentiful and cheap Thoso whose experience enables them to recollect for years past the fluctuations of the prices of money and corn, will not fail to remember that cheap food and dear money have never for any length of time co-existed; and if the circumstances which aifect the financial question of to-day did not involve the consideration of new Interests of importance, there could be do question of a gradual decline in the valuo of money, as applied to loans end discounts 13ut the new feature which has taken such root in this country and in France, the railway system, depending as it should do on the surplus capital of the country, is accused of fastening itself on the capital in which it had no right to participate; Instead ot living, as it were, on the interest of our capital, it has attacked the principal. This evil, it will be perhaps oon I tended,should have been sufficient to deter the director* from any relaxation in the rates of accommodation, and the movement announced to-day must be considered us made in that direction. But, from our own observation, we {pel sure that the market value of money was on the 1 decline elsewhere than at the Dank of Kngland, and that > the demand for accommodation was becoming restricted in a very great degree; and we think, therefore, that the indication which the Bank has afforded, while it involves ns decisive reduction in the price of money sufficient to 1 encourage a return of speculation, will most assuredly r bring out the capital which the return of activity in trade oannot fail to demand. The question of tbe raitway calls is serious enough, but there la a wide difference between precipitate reduction on the lace of adverse circumstances, and the prudent relaxation which in reality waits on events about to occur elsewhere. We are glad to be able to state that the drafts of Prime, Ward it Co., of New York, on Overend & Co., which have remained unaccepted for some days past, are now in order. We are iaformed that the whole of the drafts were acoepted byOverend and Co. late this afternoon. As stated by us on Tuesday, it was expected that the matter would be satisfactorily arranged before the sailing of tho packet, and we are happy to ttnd that this has been the oase Tbe continued irregularity o tbe dratts for so many days has been the subject of much anxiety. Tbe greatest variation in the chief public securities and principal railway shares within a week occurred in that ending the7tb ult,during which period Console fell from ' hH',, to a difference of no less than IJ* per cent , and exchequer bills from 10s. prem , to 5s prem. In railway shares. Kastern Counties declined from 'JO to 19, ( ?reat Western from llfi to 109, Loudon and Nerth Western froni 178 to 170. aud Midland from 127 to IM Towards the close ot the montb prices have improved, but ' corn, of which we give the official weekly averages from ' the Gnzrtte. is an exception The prices of wheat at Mark laue have been considerably under the official 1 quotations, sales having taken plnoe on Monday, tho 30th ult. at from 60s. to Otis per quaiter. The difficulty of obtaining discounts in Manchester, r and the pressure on the resources of the banks there, > appear to have l*d to tbe employment of drafts of the 1 bankers on their London ageats. in certain substitutes for cash The fact that such drafts are accepted bv the manufacturers reauirinir monev in tilu^e of f actual canh. shows how extreme the pressure on eomi mercial affairs and the want of hanking accommodation inudt be. Advices from Manchester Hate that, '* II*course has again been had by some of our bankers todts1 counting the paper for their regular customers in three months' drafts on London, which bills have been handed over to the spinners and manufacturers instead of cash However legitimate this mode ot payment may be, It has been objected to by some of the mernhants here, being rather an exception to the usual system of paying the spinners and manufacturers, who rrqulre ready cash for the payment of their work people, which, in our own district. amounts to something like i." 100.000 per week, and which must be either procured for them by the purchasers of the goods, or the bankers here " In addition to the failure of Messrs. Kirkpatrick k Co., of Liverpool, which we announced yesterday, we regret to report the suspension of payment by Messrs II. & (i (iregg, of the same place. Their liabilities are reported to be of large amount. Bank ok KnnLAivn. An account, pursuant to the act 7th and nth Victoria, cap 3-2, for the week ending August 28:? Issitf Department. Notes i??U? d ?22,566,900 Oov'l debt ?11,016,100 Other securities,,. 2.981.900 > (Jold coin tk bullion 7,606,399 Silver bullion 1,069 501 ?22,565 900 ?22,666.900 Bankinii Department. Proprietors'csp'l.. .?11,563,000 liov't securities Kent. .. .. . 3,684,203 (including dead Public deposits (iu- weight annuity).. XII,'711,340 cladinghxchriiuer, Other aecurities.., 16,711,187 8s villus' Banks, Notes.... 4,230.045 Commissioners of Oold aud silver coin 573,782 i National Debt,nu<l DividndArcouuts) 7,193,740 Other deposits... . 7,106,701 f Seven day and other n bilU... 789,710 X33,326,354 ?33 326,35 Dated tlie 2d day of September, 1817. y taru boi ikc. Thursday, Sept. 'j, Three o'clock.?Thi proceeding* for cloning the Au^uit Account were attend ed to-day with extreme difficulty. Money appeared t( be exceedingly *caree, anil the continuations for thi lionte were unusually high. At the early part of th? day, tlie( three per| cents were carried over for I3)f? 11 but toward* the clone the price had risen to 37.4,'a. In the name way the charge for the Ave* went up from 37X to67>?o. 'J'ne threi per cents opened at 7tif 86c for the I September account, and closed at 7tif. ?5c; after the " Bourse they were at 76f OiXe Hallway shares barn slightly fallen, hut as the operations for the settling ol , the account In them had been nearly terminated the preeeding day, the charge for carrying over in their case remains to-day about the Fame as before. Altogether I was a bad Bourse. Kor the account, the Krench three per cent* ha?e fallen 3fto; fire per cent* 20c Kor money, the three per cents and Ave per cents bare fallen 10c Bank of Krance shares, Ooulin Bank l.dlXif shares, and Oanneron Bank shares are unchanged. Belgian Bank ! share*, and Spanish, not quoted Unman ha* fallen x\ Rothschild's receipts are unchanged at lUlf'Oo. K*. change on I.nnden (N days) 2&f 20c; do (:*? days) Mf. I Hallway chare* for the anoount, settling of Sept 111 ' Marseilles to Avignon hare fallen ftf. Northern. Pari* to i Orleans.and Rouen to Havre, .If 7fte each; Rouen, Orleans to Vierzon, and Lyon*, If 2ftc each; Avignon, i Nantes, and Strasburg are unchanged. Kor money, Northern have fallen -.'fftOc; Rouen and Avignon. If 36c each; Nantes. Lyon*. Strasburg, and Tari* to Orleans, i are unchanged. [From the London Time*, Sept. 4.] The K.n^lish funds, after being steady during the greater part of the day, have closed at a decline of a quarter per cent The first price of Con*ol*, money, was 7'i Ji, whence they advanced to 88, receding afterward to 87 Kor the account they at onetime were 88%. but the last quotation wa* 87?? to 88. A Rale of jCIuO.OOO at 88Vf had a considerable effect In producing the dupression. which was further incr ased by uneasiness regarding foreign affair*, and by a demand for money, arising probably in *ome measure from the payment of the seventh lurtalincnt on the Irish loan Advices from Paris received thi* morning tend strongly to confirm the bellof which we mentioned yesterday a* prevalent in some quartern, that tli? Batik of Kraru.e contemplate* a reduction of the rate ot discount, from ft i | to 4 per cent, with the palpable, although not avowed, ob j*o? of proppioc up th? Government Id it? ^movements 1 regarding tbe u?w loan. The change la considered likely to be made In about three >ve?k8, the result of the harvest ud the state of the exchanges being the alleged grounds apon which it lit warranted. It app< ars that nothing is yet positively ascertained ?r to when the negotiation for the loau will be announced. but it (?em? to be a geuerul Impression that f imu Cbllc ^declaration on the suMi ct will be riftdn almost mediately. ami that the adjudication will taltn | lao in November Some lutteri we bare mna seem to indieatu that the leading Parisian banking houses have, on the whole no taste lor the operation. It is also stated that, notwithstanding the bold course now supposed to hare been decided upon by the Bank of France, tbe specie in that establishment does not cioeed (including the branches) 150.000.iHK) franss, being 70.000,000 below the amount at which it stood at the corresponding period of last year. By these accounts we have also the announcement of the failure of A Koux a merchant by whom for many years large shipments of manufactured goods have been made to Valparaiso. The liabilities are not stated, but it seems to be considered probable that they will not fall short of ? 100 000 The following statement will show the position of the currency when compared with the same period last yeaning. 15, JIur. 14, 1846. 1847. Increase. Drc'e. Biuk of England... ?fl,#33 0l0 18.7M.800 ... 1.818.1?" Private bxukt 4,361,07c 4,t\8,150 ... 104,61k, Joiul slock bauks... 3,061,27!) 2,091,351 ... 69.928 I Total in Englaud ... 28,027.365 26 034 601 ... 1 992.741 Hcmlaiid 3 37 906 3,455 651 83,745 Iieland 6,430 517 5,097.215 ... 1,383,30"! i Uuitfd Kingdom,.. .37,879 788 34 587,487 ... 3,292301 Thus showing a decrease of ?1.092,744 In the circulation of notes in England, and a decrease of ?3 292 301 in the circulation of tbe United Kingdom, as compared with the corresnondinir nerinit lint vnr I Tbe average stock of bullion held by the Bank of Eng land in both departments. (luring the month ending the 14th Of August. was ?9.410,311, being a decrease of ?821,740, as compared with tlie preceding month, and a decrease of ?6,625,185 as compared with the same period last year. The stock of specie held by the Scotch and Irish banks during the mouth ending the 14th of August, wan i ?2.710,229, being a decrease of ?66.931, as compared with the rtturn of the previous month, and a deoreasc of ?660 424 as compared with the corresponding period lust year. We regret to have to announce that at a meeting of the creditors of Messrs Lesley Alexander k Co , held j to-day. it appeared that the liabilities of the firm are much larger tban was anticipated, (tbe amount being I ? >73 000. iustead of ?400 00n.) and that the assets, which ' at l lie date of the failure It was hoped would realize 20' in the pound will not yield more than 8s. The ballot for a governor for the remainder of thi I year, in the room of William R Robinson, Esq., who ihas disqualified continued until four o'olock yesterday, wben the scrutineers declared the votes in favor of Mr J Morris The Latest Commercial Review. [From the European Times, Sept. 4 ] The continued pressure in the money market, and the numerous failures which have occurred intheoorn trade, still render It out of our power to announce any improvement in the general trade of the oountry. Whilst, however, our manufacturers are contemplating a cessation of their operations, and other branches of industry are exceedingly depressed, the colonial markets, especially for sugar, still exhibit considerable buoyancy, and importers would, no doubt, under more favorable circumstances, secure higher rates for their produce. Our corn market, since the 19th ult.. has experienced again a serious decline of prices. Tke top prioe of the best description of wheat was at that time quoted at. about 67s to 63s per quarter, the same quality will not command at this moment mere than 55s, whilst the best American Hour iu Liverpool barely sells at 25s per bbl. On market day ofth 16th ult. prices in Mark lane tell about 2s per quarter. During the week succeeding, a full of 2s or 3smore took place; on the 30th a further decline ot about 5s to 7s was established: and at yesterday's market in Mark lane wheat was again sold at from 2* to 3s per qr. reduction, bringing us down to the present rates. In Liverpool the fluctuations have not followed the London markets so invariably as hitherto, perhaps for the reason that the depression of prices has been less extensively disastrous her than in London. Indeed, during the week succeeding the 16th ult. prices of American flour rallied a shilling or two, but one or two failures iu the trade occurring, prices agaiu Rave way. During thU eventful period the weather, with intervals of some interruption, baa been splendid lor gathering in the harvest, which, as far as it has proceeded, bids fair to be an average for wheat, and fully an average one for barley and oats. Some endeavors have been made to create an alarm for the failure ef the potato crop, and in this neighborhood we have seen instances ot disease; but, comparing all the various accounts which have reached us from Great Britain and Ireland, we are of opiniou that however in particular instances partial damage may eventually arise, upon the whole, it bear* not tho most remote comparison with the destruction of the past year, and in Ireland the abundant cultivation of other esculents renders any partial damage quite of secondary importance. In Indian corn the losses to importers will be enormous. The price of best Indian corn in Liverpool is not higher than 26a. to 32a. per quarter of 460 ibt-. This article has been in extensive demand for feeding cattle, and large quantities, damaged, we know to have been taken for purposes of manure, at prices below the current VKlue of guano. Since the sailing of the Caledonia, the cotton market has been in a very dull and inanimate position, and prices for American descriptions have receded from ,'id to ,'4'dperlb The trade continue to buy sparingly, anil this is likely to be their plan for so-ne time to come, un loss a decided change for the better takes place. Th<sales since the 19th ult. are 41,310 bales, of which 2100 American and 460 .Surat were taken on speculation; and 3130 American, 200 I'ernam. 30 Kgyptian, and ISO Surat. by exporters The imports of all descriptions during the same period are ?4,711> bales. From the tenor of the advices brought by the Hlbernia, It would appear that the yield of next season's crop will be below an average Should this be the case, it will undoubtedly prove a most discouraging circumstance for the manufacturers of thin country. American cured provisions are in moderate request ? Full prices are paid for bacon of fine quality, whilst the inferior descriptions and smoked can hardly find buyers. The supplies of beef are still on a limited scale; prices are, therefore, well supported, but the transactions reported are only of a trifling character. The better quality of cheese is sought after and is scarce, but that lately arrived, finds buyers with much difficulty at 21s The transactions in pork are limited, and hsms are rather unsaleable. The tobacco miurkets, both here and in London, have | been rather Arm during the past month, and stesdy I prices for American descriptions have been obtained The transactions, however, are upon a more limited scale, and although they may continue so, it is likely that the value of all descriptions will be maintained, ai least uutil more favorable accounts are reoeived from the United States At Liverpool, Ihe stock this year compared with that of 1816, Is now 37H hhds. less, whil*' in London it is 1410 hhds greater. Havana sorts have met with a good demand iu London, and advanoed prices are reported to have been paid. In consequence of rumors of potatoe disease?which by the way, we are disposed to regard with extreme cau tion ? rice has met with rather a better demand, and prices during the week ending August 27, slightly improved; but as the arrivals of breadstuff*. both from America and the continent of Kurnpe, are on a large scale, tto demand both here and in London has rather fallen off during the last few days; prices, however, are. oa the whole, steadily maintained. The iron trade has been more steady than almost any other branch of business during the last fortnight; for. aided by the extensive orders on railway account, it has ! not suffered that depression ho general in commercial circles. Manufactured Iron, both beie aud in London continues In good demand, and full prices are paid. A belter feeling prevails in our market for Halt, and an there are larger quantities being exported, prices rule with a degree of greater tirinuess. Since the l!)th ult the following exportation)* have taken place, viz To Baltimore, 941 tons white ; Boston !>7I do; Halifax, 38;> do; Mirnmichi. 10 bai?s do; New Orleans. f?it> do; Newfoundland. 7S>i do; New York. 33u do; Philadelphia. 102 do; Tortland. 3<Hi do; Portsmouth, A S , 400 do; f'ictou ,1n0 do; aud St Jolin. N. B., J 00 do, ami HO tens red. Sugar since our last, compared with other articles of produce. hn? not participated in the general depression A considerable business was transacted during the week succeeding the 1 estn ult., and British West India met with ready buyers. During the last ten daysthe market has indeed improved, and brown descriptions of British plantation have advanced about Is , and grocery sorts tfd to Is; and merchants generally are disinclined to furtht r sales unless at a greater advance The market is altogether tirin The arrivals in London exceed the past year by 31.800 tons, and the stock is heavier by 10,000 tons ; nevertheless, as the home consumption i* greater l?y 14,600, and for export by 3.600, the prospects lor tun luiurn. cuuniunnu^ wr nienuy cuunuiiipiiua uuw going on, are satisfactory. The transactions In foreign sugar have been latterly pretty extensive ; floating car goes of yellow Havana have obtained 24a to -JAS per cwt ; while liahla 'Jif.; brown 31s. The demand for ! crushed sugar, refined, in bond, Is less, owing to the di minished means of tho consumers in the south of Kurope Most of the articles classed under the bead of naval stores are iu good demand. As tbe stock of turpentine in this port is chiefly held in one hand, buyers, who 1 have been very cautious in their operations, and only | purchased to supply immediate wants, are obliged to ' pay advanced prioes. The sales of American rosin have been made at higher prices. The sales of tar are limi 1 ted, the article comes forward slowly, and is exhausted The state of trade throughout all the manufiftturiiig districts of the United Kinudom is gloomy and unsatisfactory. This remark applies both to cotton aud woollen fabrics. The late accounts from India?the stringent and unaccommodating character of the late movements of the Bank of England, in enforcing 6>? per cent for discounting paper of short date?the numerous aod heavy failures which have taken place in the corn trade, and rumors of the reappearance of the potato (license, have all tended to depress trade In the districts alluded to.? Our usual monthly report of trade in and around Manchester will be found elsewhere; and the accounts from Yorkshire nhow that the trade in the Halifax 1'iece-hall is duller than usual, scarcely any goods flu Ji tg purchssj ers. The yarn market, also, has been decidedly flatter ! through the last week; though the low rates so long current, not being equal to the cost, prevent any giving | way in price. As to long wool, the staplers an; anxious sellers at old prioes, aud short wool remains without alteration. A better prospect seems to be before the man' ufacturers of woollens in the Huddersfleld district ; The most recent advices from Leeds state that very I few goods are changing hands at the Cloth-halls there | At the same time more activity is expected, and prices remain steady for every description of woollens. The condition of the money market has not undergone improvement sinco the l!?th ult The succession of failures which we have recorded in our present number has cast distrust throughout the banking and commercial community, which only time and a more guttled state of aflairs can dissipate. Considerable sensation was created in LonJnn on the .'6th ult, bv the fact that i a large amount of drafts of Prime, Ward 8t Co, of New York, on Ovcrend, Ourney Co., had been refused ac, ceptance " until the arrival of the llihcraia." and that Messrs flaring, Brothers & Co. had (leotlned to Interfere for their protection. These drafts remained In abeyance several days after tbe arrival of the Hibernia, and on Wednesday the 1st, the drawee<definitely refused to acI cept them. The friends of the New York House having, 1 however, given their joint guarantee, it la said, to no Una Mount than ?4ri,000, iht .bill* wtrc finally Ace?bU>4 by Mtm. Oterend, Ourney k Co., on tb? 2d. This opportune intervention, with the Unproved quotations of the course of exchange at New York, and the fact of very large importation* of our good* for the (Ml trad*, induce the hn/ie that the anticipated mischief which the failures ?n thie side may creat' in the United States will (Ad great decree, be. conneracted. In the meantime, it eannut be concealed that very irreat distress extot* and every Improvement in the Bank weekly return* in *Htcb"U with an iutenHe degree of interest, In order to tound thereon some confident expectation of amelioration The Bank rates of discount continue an before stated at per cent for bills under two months, and B to for longer dated paper. However, at the breaking up of the Bank Court on the 2d Hint., it was announced that loans would be made until the 14th of Oct upon Stook. Kxchequer Bills, and Bills of Kxchange, at the reduced rate of five per cent This relaxation of the late stringent measures of the Bank must tend to assist the mercantile community, whilst it avoids holding out the delusion that the rate of dixoounts can for the present be reduced permanently. The amount ot railway calls during the present month is no less than ?3,411,3*27. The funds have fluctuated considerably. From about 87>?, our last quotation, they fell on the 28th ultimo, the nettling day, as low as 8?H<, but have since rallld. A uoble lady was a defaulter in time bargains, but her account was arranged during the day before her name was declared. The closing quotations yesterday, after great fluctuation* during the past week, were, Consols for the \ccount 88'?d; and for Money at 87Xd to87%d; Three per Cents, reduced, 88 to 88.'4; per cents. H9}? to 8!)^; Long Annuities. 9 to f> 1 -16; Kxchequer Bills. ?1000, 3 lott premium; ditto. ?&00. 4 to 9 premium; ditto, small, <l to 13 premium; India Bonds. 6 discount Thi foreign market has exhibited no remarkable feature since our last The latest prices were, for Dutch Four per Cents, 89;','; Portuguese. 24*4; Five per Went*, 81; Brazilian, 84; Russian, 108; Spanish Three per Cents, 29%. Ailvices from Paris allege that it is the intention of the Bank of France shortly to reduce their rate of discount from Ave to four per cent, if this be true, it can only be with a view of facilitating the negotiation of the French loan. The latest prices at Paris on the I st inst were, for the Three per Cents, cash, 76.70, for acoount 76 86; Five per Cents for cash 118 10, for account 118.60 Blarketi Liverpool Cotton Masbkt ?Fur the Week ending Angusi 27.?The proceedings in our Cotton market during the past week brought about little or no change in prices of American descriptions, nor has there been any relief to the dullness and depression which have been so 1_ 1-+. ? ? * I osrcity, are rather higher. What matters of interest have occurred as bearing upon our market, hare been external to the Cotton question itself, Huch ns the failures in Loudon, and here also to a smaller extent, connected with the Corn trade, and tint often repeated difficulties of disuount and dear mon y. Had we not been overlaid by questions of thin kind, itoan hardly be doubted that the firm tone of our holder*, founded upon a light stock, would have given prioes an upward tendency, rather than the reverse. As it is, our quotations remain very much as before, every thing about us continuing very dull, and the spinners pursuing a profitless or lowing business, the result of whioh is likely to drive them to a still more contracted consumption 1600 American and 300 Surat have been taken on speculation, and 1000 Americas for export. The total sales of the week are 20,710 bales.? Oeorge Holt <} Co. Anothkh IIkport.?The market has been dull throughout the week; for although there has been some demand from exporters, the operations of the trade continue on a limited soale, and prices generally close more in their favor, but without causing any material alteration in last week's quotations. Speculators have token 1000 American, and 300 Surat, and exporters 1680 American. The total sales of the week amount to'JO,710 bales.?United Bvokert. Fur the week ending Sept. 3d.?There is scarcely a novel circumstance of any kind, as connected with the proceedings of this market, throughout the past week. The same depressed and drooping state which we have noticed for some weeks past still continues, and from the same causes. In the scale of priccs of this day, and of Friday last, we can notice very little, If any. change; indeed, the present lightness of our stock would apDear to give security to the existing scale of quota tions, ana any improvement in the manufacturing districts would bo at ouoe sensibly felt smongst us. 500 American and ISO Surat have been taken on speculation, and 1460 American, 150 Surat, 30 Egyptian and '200 I'ernams for Export. Sales for the week, 20,600 bales.? George llull i$- C?. Jlnothrr llftini-l ?Tha rillllnAnj nnMoml luufr wuoir nilll continues to pervade the market, the demand having been almost ntirely limited to the necessities of the trade There in little change in prices; the current qualities of Amerloan may, however, be considered J per pound lower during the past fortnight. Speculators have taken 300 American and 160 Surat, and exporters 1460 American, U00 Ternams. 30 Egyptians, and 160 Surat.~ 360 American have been forwarded into the country unsold during the past month. The total sales for the week amount to 20.600 bales .? United Brokers. Lit Kiteooi. Maukkt, Sept. 4.?Ashes?A considerable advance has taken place in the value of both pot and pearl; 600 bi Is Montreal pots sold, to arrive, at "it's, and soma few barrels landed nave brought 31s, pearls have advanced to 36. and are exceedingly scarce. Hides? The transactions are not important, but the market is steady, aud a fair Inquiry exists. Among the sales we note 'J800 Brazil at 4d for dry salted, and 3d for wet salted A few sales of llio tirande and lliver Plate have been made at the quotations. The stock in band is very small. Iron?Notwithstanding the want of commercial confidence, arising from the numerous failures in the corn trade, the difficulty in obtaining discounts at a moderate rate on bills of the first character, and the di minifhud consumption arising from partial suspension of j employment in the manufacturing districts, the iron 'rade continues steady, and all those engaged in it profitably employed. Th* principal source of this continued employment is in the requirements of the numerous railways in course of ooustruction throughout Or eat Britain and Ireland, not only for rails, but for stations, engines, wagons, carriages, repairs, and a variety of purposes, for all of which iron is the principal material reuuired. This demand will continue for some length of time, and until its oessation no mattrial reduction in the price can be reasonably expected. Judging by past experience, low priced of provisions result sooner or later in manufacturing activity and cheapness of money ; but what effect the free trade measures recently carried out may immediately produce, remains to be discovered; but that the ultimate result, not only to thin but to all other n&tious, will be highly beneficial, we entertain no doubt. The demand for manufactured iron continues very good, and the quantity exported bus been above the average; the turnout of the workmen in Scotland continues, and trom 30 to 40 furnaces in that district are still out of blast; but owing to the difficulties in the money market, there is no *p< culative demand, but rather a disposition to realize, although the stock in hand is inconsiderable The following are thn present quotations in Liverpool No. 1, Scotch Pig, ?4 2* 6d: merchant bar. ?!> 7h (id; best rolled, ?10 IDs; hoop, ?11 IDs; sheet, .I'll l.'is; nail rod. ?10 Naval Stores?The demand for turpentine is steady; t> >0 bols. sold at 9s, and 1100 to 1200 at Hs 4 1 to 8s 6d pi r owt. which is above our last quotations. The sales of tur are contlned to a small parcel of Arohangel at 9s 3d per cwt. Of American rosin 3700 bbls have been sold tt 2s lOd to 3s for common, and 5s for good light Oils continue in fair request at full prices; 140 tuns are reported as being sold during the fortnight at prices vary ing from ?'33 to ?47 10, according to description and quality. In flsh and seed oils there is nothing fresh to notice, the business doing is very limited. Oil of turpentine is in moderate demand, and prices continue to advance Palm at ?33 10s to ?34 per tun; 20 tuns whale oil-foots have changed hand?) at ?30 to ?31) 10s. Provisions?American?Since our last report the s?lf? of beef are limited; the supplies, however, are fulling off, which will lead to a greater demand and a brisker market Pork is in better request, and the sales have been to a fair extent In mess We note that the advertisement for the government navy contract for this year does not restrict to Irish cure na formerly. The quan ity required is 11,000 tierces pork and 5.000 tierces beef The improved demand for bacon noticed in our last has continued, and the stock has become much reduced. Fine sorts command full prices. <ind are more freely purchased than middling and infe rior. Hams continue quite a drug There is no improvement in the quality of tho Imports of cheese; the sale in consequence is very slow A really fine article is much wanted. There has been a sweeping demand for lard, the st.les since our last exceeding 3U0 tons. We quote in advance of 21 to 3a per cwt, with the stock much reduced. Butterof home production is in dull re quest, the bette^qualitics not reaching !?(??. Owing to the scarcity of grease butter its value has advanced.? Rice?In the early part of the past fortnight there wax rather more enquiry, but it has somewhat abated; prices however, are higher than when the Caledonia wailed The sales reported since that time comprise fiOO cask* Carolina at 20s fid to 238; 15,000 bags Kast India at 14s tid to 16s 3d for middling to flue white Bengal, 11 n for curgo, and lis Od to lis fld for broken. 5,000 ba;;n Madras have also changed hands at 13s per cwt. Halt?The recent shipments have been on a more extended scale, and prices are in consequence somewhat firmer.? They are as follows: Btst fine stoved fer bags 13s ti.l to I Is; ditto handed squares 13s tid; ditto shute lumps list" lis fid; common tlsbery 8s fid; marine and butter 10h fid; river freight 3s; dock and town dues 7d per ton i'allow?This market has partaken of the general depression ; an J during the past ween some of St. Petersburgb V. C. has been forced off at 47s fid, but 49s may be called tbe general price. During the course of the week ending August 27, 48s fid to 4fls was paid for tho same dn scription. Odessa brought 18g to 48s fid, and North American 47* to 49s per cwt. Tea?The market has been In a quiet steady state since our last report Kor good to common Cengous there is a rather better demand; the latter has commanded a slight advancc, whilst the former has been sold at lully previous rates. Several sales have also been made in the blackish wiry leef kinds at fully previous rates. In green the sales are to a limited extent, but prices generally are unaltered. Tobucco?The sales this month amount to Wfi.'i bhds, viz : 137 Virginia leaf, 98 stemmed. 100 Kentuky leaf, and #70 stemmed. Oftheseftl Va leaf, to stemmed and 3 Kentucky leaf were taken for Ireland; 73 Virginia and 117 Kentucky leaf for exportation; 143 Kentucky stemmed resale; and 13 Virginia leaf, 03 stemmod, 40 Kentucky leaf, and 427 stemmed by the trade. The im ports are 34(1 hhd*. from New Orleans, 23 (ilasgow, and 20 Philadelphia. The exports delivered are lflO hhds for Africa, 37 Christiana, and 4 Draamen. The demand has Often nui small, yel ine marnei conunuen nrni lor an kind* ; morn so since the advices per last steamer from America, which report the shipments both from VirginiM mid New Orleans a-' likely to be smaller, interior, and much later in arrival than those of last season Iu prices we make no alteration, not at present belrg able to obtain any advance over the extreme mtes quoted, t.houirli with the intermediate, particularly western, a full '^d has latterly been readily attained Other Not F.I V 8 K L. K.H mill, tamp'd Stock, 3l?t Auk , IIU7, 2,022 4,fll!8 I fl 14 6 263 2(1 316?11,533 Ag'it. 3 ?t A"*., lit 16, 1,?3J 3 637 3,205 5,?28 25 983-11 91 i Wool?Since our last monthly prices current we hml public sales here, on the Ath and fith ult , of 1,100 bales Port Philip, 100 Australian, 260 Portugal, and 1.S00 Ka?t India, Buenos Ayres, and other low wools ; the attendance was numerous, and the fine sold sold at an advance on oar former rates of from l>fd to 3d per lb ; low sorts supported former prices Soon after that date the bank advanced her rate of discounts, which checked the demand, and for the remainder of the month we have been less active; still, for gocd useful wools our stocks being light, there Is a fair demand, several parcels of good Turkey fleece have found buyers, the short stapled of this olMi now bring u good a price *? tha Ion*. K.aat India are alio much nought after, anil tha finer kind* command very Rood prion*, the lower aorta are In leaa demand Buenos Ayres?Thla class ban been neglected. It la no Infested with bam and dirt that manufacture will not take the trouble with It when they get colonial and eape at present rates. There has been a large businesa done In Alpaca during the month at about former rates There is a fair buatoess doing in Irish, more for export than during the two previous months,still tha reports fttin Kranea, are far from satisfactory. Tha new clip of Scotch comes to market slowly: the batter class finds a ready sala at late prices; the lower hinds are in less request. The public sales bare been1 progressing in Londou since the 10th; already '25.000 bales have passed the baminer, and, conMdering the tightness In the money market, prices are mora satisfactory than could have been expeoted.?Hugh's 4 /< >naltl. K?(iohti at Liverpool, Sept. 3?Since our last report numerous arrivals of shipping hare caused a general reduction in freights, and lower rates have been accepted for nearly every part in the 1'nioa, the depression being increased by tha scarcity of gooda usual at thla period of the year. Wa quote for New York?dead weight, 8a per ton; earthenware 5a to 6s: fine goods, 'JOa; hardware 15a. Boston?dead weight 10s to 19s; fine gooda t20a; hardware'JOa; earthenware 0s. Philadelphia? dead weight 10a; fine gooda 20s; hardware U0a; earthenware 7s Baltimore?fine goods *J0a; hardware iOs; earthenware 10s. New Orleans?flue goods *i0s; hardware 17s 0d to -JOs; earthenware tisftd to 7i; dead weight 8?to lis rtd. Charleston?dead weight 15s; fine gooda :!6?; hardware 20s; earthenware 0$.?Fockt and Jfautt. lohdoh. Sept 3 ?Cotton ?The market for all descriptions has been dull. A fair amount of business has been transacted, but rather lower prices have been accepted The sales reported since our last include 7150 bales Surat at 4J,Td to 4??d for middling to fair quality; 400 Madras 4'4'd to 5d for fatr western to lair Tlnnevelly; and 70 Bengal at 4%<1 for similar quality. Of 1000 bales I'lnnevelly and 190 bales western Madras offered by auotlon, about 1500 of the former sold readily it. full prioes viz 5>|d to 5>?d for fair to fully fair Metals?The Iron market has bean rather depressed during the last eight or ten days, the scarcity of money and the late heavy failures causing buyers to operate only for actual orders, and thn limited business done has been at prices in favor of the buyers. Symptoms of au improvement begin to manifest themselves Welsh bars, however, continue in good request, and a fair extent of business has been done at firm prices Railway bars nre also in good demand, and fetch as much money as on this day week Scotch p<gs are now 69s. cash, for No I. and 07s 6il for mixed numbers; Welch bars 10s to i.'8 15s. and rail, ?8 10s Spelter continues to givu way in price, and although (here are sellers at 10s under those ol this dnv week, vet we hear of no business being done On tho spor. purchase* nan be made at JL'IO, and for arrival at -istid to 6s under thin price. Steeland continue in limited d?*raaud. and purchases might be made at a tritle under our quotations, if buyers were to come forward British tin has been in fair request for con?umptlon at lower prices. Foreign continues dull of sale, at late rates. There are buyer* to a fair extent at 8Jg to 8*28 (id for Straits, and 84s to 8As for Banca. but holders are not disposed to accept these prices Copper belug only la small supply, commands a steady sale at full prices Naval Stores? During the week ending Aug. '20. a few small sales of rough turpentine were made to the distillers at Hs 9d to 9s per cwt. An inquiry continues to exist for spirits and prices further improved slightly. English drawn were in steady demand for consumption, st 40s ; and business wan done in American at 41s to 42s per cwt . caiks Included; but the largest holdors were not free sellers at the prices noted, lu the course of the subsequent week, that ending Sept. 3. there was a very small quantity of rough offering in the market, and holders demand 8s 9d to 9s per cwt. Spirits were firm at the late advance, and the trade have been buyers at 40s for English drawn; American are in good demand, and business done at 41s to 41s (id for fine, casks included; holders are, however, unwilling to sell largely at these prices, and the prinolpal one is asking 44s per cwt. Swedish tur is soarce, and much wanted; prices are not only Arm. but have an advancing tendency Stockholm is worth 'JOs per barrel, and Archangel 20s to 21s An arrival of 1000 bbls of the latter has lately come forwurd provisions? Irish Butter continues in fair demand,but as importers are free sellers prices have receded ubout is per cwt. The deliveries are still exceeding the arrivals, and the stock is now not quite so large as it wus at that time last year. Cldow landed, first brands, 90s to 92s, Carrick 88s to 90s. Clonmel 89s to 9-2s, Cork 88s to 90 , and Waterford and Limerick 87s to 90s per cwt On board no business is reported, the advices from Ireland operating against purchases. The supply of home uiake being large, the demaud has not been so good, and the rates acoepted are about 1 s under those last quoted?fine Dorset 90s to 98s. middling 9is to 9 Is, Devon 94s to 90s per cwt, and fresh 9s to 12s per dozen lbs. The supply of llacon has continued equal to the demand, really tint kinds are scarce, and fetch full prices, but other kind* are dull, and scarcely realise former rates. Several arri vals have taken place from Hamburgh, but the quality is rather indifferent. American is dull of sale, and pur chases are made on easier terms. The stock is on the increase, owing to foreign arrivals. Irish bale and tierce middles are very scarce, and would fetch stiff rates il offered American aro in good demand at dog to 00s for tniddltsof Pork,and the saute prices for Bacon middles Prime stout Pork i? wanted, but small middles aie unsaleable. Prime lrisb Hams have been rather more in request, but all other kinds aie unsaleable. Westphalia meet with a steady sale, at full prloeg?good and fine 7('f to 7is, mid inferior and middling litis to 64s. American, are dull of sale, and lower; smoked 66g to 65s, and in pickle 43b to 60s. American Lard is less in request, but lower prices are not taken?kegs are quoted at 50* to 83f and bbls 48s to 60s. In Irish Lard no improvement hattaken place in the Inferior kinds, and from the scarcity of finer sorts little lias been done Barrelled Irish Beet and Pork are steady at previous rates. American Beei being scarce continues in good demand, and very full rates are pail. Pork has made a dull sale, and may be purchased on lower terms. Indian beef I'JOs to l'ifls per tierce of 340 lbs, mess 107s 6dto 110s, prime mess 96s to 100s per tierce of 304 lbs, and prime megs pork 75s to 6d per barrel. American ci.eese being of indifferent quality has met with a dull sale, and a lower price hatbeen aocepted--good and flue MM to 66s. aud inferior and middling 40s to4.1s. Knglish cheese remains much the same as last noted, with a fair business doing at our quotations. Foreign is in good request at full prices but for export little hag been done Kdain 60s to 00s. Uouda 3tis to 44s. and Kanta 2ves to 24s. Rice - The marKet during the week ending August -fi, was very dull and ordinary descriptions could not be sold except at reduced rates; white Bengal, though rather cheaper, hai* been better supported. By private contract the business done was comparatively inconsiderabU.and thoutrh several parcels have been brought forward by publir auction, only a small proportion lias been disposed of. the public sales were 47rtO bags, and 1900 pockets Bengal. a small part of which was sold; middling ond good white Wis to 17s; 3760 bags and 896 pockets Madras, ihc wholn of the soun l ot which was bought in at lis (id to 15* the fi*ar ilannuml h*>irnr tml l ciitiirniruttrflU nliftan ? Since the 33d a better d-taind haH sprung up at an ad vanco of 6J to In, especially on the inferior sorta; inor> business woulil have been done, but bolder* wi re not free Hellers. The public pales of 3890 bags.l7ft<i pockets Bengal. and iiioft bag* Madras; the whole of the former waa bought in at. IGs to IBs ti l for low middling to good white, except the patoel in pickets, which sold. middling r.hite, l(>? to His (id. and of the latter. th< Bengal grain wax bugtit in at 14s to 14? 0 1. and the plump fori chiefly fold ?t 13s (id The private sales were about 6<K)0 bags, landed, aud some cargo Bengal at l*Jg to arrive Co-day the market bus a dull appearance for all kind> of Kast India and the lew parcels sold privately were harely at former rates. Carolina ii dull of fittle, an') there are ready sellers of town dresged at 'is* to 3Js; but theae rates will not be ol long duration Tallow is not in much request, and prices are lower the present quo tatlons being 47s en the spot. Tea?The market during lie past fortnight has been rather quiet, but steady and prices, in some instances, have receded Whale bone ?A better demand has been experienced for thif article, and some artioles have been taken at ?100, al which price the market is Urm. London Tobacco Matiki-.t, Sept 3?Tho market hit continued in nearly the satne state as presented in out laot, and we have resumed our former quotations Salec may be estimated at HOI) hhds. (and with the exception of about 100 hhds ) consisting of home trade qualities, in some instances buyers supplied themselves freely, anil at rates which may he couni Jered advantageous, if th( prospective viewH of holder! be correct. Parcels of som? descriptions have b >en withdrawn, aud the character ol the market has become more contracted: wu allude mon espicially to western strips of flne quality. Latest advines trom t. e United Htates have brought higher quotions for line Virgiuia. but other sorts remained near!; thn Riiinii ImtmrtH 7firt hhda Oplivufioa H1A against 1114 hhds. in the corresponding month of 1846; 1.154 bbds. in 1845; 1069 hhds. in 1844; 754 hhds. In 1848; and 15 136 hhds in I84J Stock 26.005 hhds against 'it .58(1 hhds in 1846; 20,232 hhds In 1845; 28.70J hhds. in 1844; HI 206 hhds in 1843; and 15,136 hhds in I84i. in Virginia sales have boen limited, not exceeding 200 hhds.. and nearly all of spinning quality; for outing purposes the demand baa fallen off very much, and appears gradually diminishing; two or three parcel' o middling sorts may be had at lower prices tbnn westeri growth of corresponding quality, an respect leaf,and kubstance. A market cargo, consisting of 766 hbds. ej "Ayrshire," arrived early in the month. In Ken tucky leaf and strips the largest proportion o transactions has consisted, without havitig effected any change in our quotations. Hairs have bcun, with very few exceptions, of good and fine qualities, at 4%d to f>'4'd, in one or two instances higher priceiThuve bei-u obtained, and still higher prices asked; limited purcba hps ot ordinary, and part short, have been made at 4'?il and 4>)d,and of leaf, of good quality, for home trade ami exportation, fit 3\d and ld; inordinary descriptions ol the latter for exportation (and of which stock Is l'ir<i) nothing done. Maryland?Sales have been 33 bhdt at 35^d lor, heated and faded, and 4'^d to 6Xd. Ilavatii Leaf of good and tine qualities, has been in gool demand at advanced rates, mnd two or thr./e small piroeln In the hands of the trade have 1> *tu resold at full priOfc*: two small parcels of the new crop havi?nrrived, ?<f good middling quwlity, and also 163 bale;, ex Carmenaita, nol yet sampled, but represi-nted to be fln? In Havana 9c gars there ha* b?en a sllgntly improved inquiry for fl.-if descriptions ofeliglbin size and good brands, but themar ket is nevertheless languid, and sal-is have partaker more of a retail ohatacter than that of parcels.aml wbioli is likely to be I he rase so long as stock contin'les increasing; sales of ordinary aud middling have been made for exportation at low prises. Manilla Cheroots have been steady in price, with a limited demand; a few oases were tnken for exportation. Cuba, of good and Quo qualities. sultnMu lor tillers huve beei in fair request, and sales mado at full rates; n parrel of fine quality hn.< just arrired and sampled CoIambi an Leaf? Sales have been limited in ooniequenot of the small stock, and the almost general opinion ontertained by the manufacturers that prices rule muct too high, compared with th^se of oth r growths, mi' which have been, ami are militating niat< rially agalr>fi the consumption. Havana need leaf h:i- lioeu morn in quired alter Stock is small of fine quality. Uracil ' tew sales of ordinary qualify have been made at low rates. Porto Iltr.o leaf, of quality suitable for fillers, hai been in good demand In Herman leaf an improv- u business bus been done, and sales to some extent effect; recent arrivals have turned out it good dondi'lon. and evidently greater care hss been >e ' stowed on assorting and parking. Amersfoort A ? I rases of good quality have boon taken for fegar pur poses. In negro head and Cavendish there ban lieer scarcely anything done; for good and flue sorts price) i have continued steady. Common stalks more inquired 1 after. Virginia ?nd Kentucky In good demand.? Oram <J- Hodgien. f 1 1 . -I Haviu, August 3fl.?CottOM.?Th# ndtleei hi th# 4th Inst from the United State*, reoeired by tha Sarah Sande steamer. created a favorable ohaBg- in tbe situation of our mark?t, which immediately after their arrlral aMUOMd a very uioiUii aspect. The demand throughout the week has been spirited. and the attention of dealers from the trade being directed chiefly to American ordinary cottons, those descriptions have undergone an advance of ft on previous rates. A ppcculative fueling hag also been munWsstea but exclusively in lot* for future delivery, our Htoek on hand leaving little acope for extenalv* operation*; tha improvement in price haa, however, been confined to the galea for consumption, and la to be ascribed to tha firm attitude of holders, and the limited quantity of cotton brought forward. It in nevertheless more than probable that a further ameudment would hare taken place had the intelligence from Kngland been of a less unwholesome feature; but the crisis In the money market, which seems likely rather to inoreaae than' to aubaide, naata a gloom over the commercial oommunity, and acta aa a restraint upon the transactions. The season being go far advanced, purchasers are unwilling to enter Into eztenaive operations at tha close of tbe old crop, whilst so much uncertainty exists aa to tbe re orta of the oomlng one; this will account for the obvious reluctance ou the part of speculators to enter so boldly into tbe field aa they probably would have done, tlie tenor of the news from the other side of the Atlantic being upon the whole calculated to give an Impulse to business. Sales. 10.647 bales.? The imports during tbe same period amount to 4,113 bales. Pricks Pen Half Kii.oi;rammc. l-uly Paid. In Bnnd. f. e. f. c f. c. f c. I'l lwil 0 92 to 0 107 0 81 to Q 95 Mobile 0 9? to ft > 13 8 81 to 0 101 Ve-W Orleni ?"~* 0 9? 10 0 121 0 81 t> 0 113 Sea latanH 1 60 t 6 0 0 0 to 0 0 Ashes?'There hss been again a trifling business transacted nnl* ')S lihlt American notaflh. 1st brands. Iftl? having found buyers at f 40 per 50 kil, duty.(f 825) paM. | I'earlash remains without inquiry, and we quote it at f 61 for consumption. The IVscatore, from New York,had on board ISO bbls pots. and the Burgundy, from Mine place, hail on l>oard 50 bbls po(.?. Our stock consists of about 1500 bbla in all description*. Rioe?The transactions in Carolina hare been moderate, the pales amounting to 104 tleroes at f 29 50 to f.11 50 per 50 kil for consumption The imports were a lot of 67 Vans from Cart.h&geua, ex Booths?ok. and 25 tierces from New York, ex Camille. stock, 1260 tierces Carolina, and Bome bag* of East India. Tallow? Priees of Russian yellowremain withoutcliange. A lot of 50 casks in loco realised f 60 60 We quote lots delivery in the fall of the year at f 68 per 50 kil. duty paid. A supply of2l:i casks arrived from St Petersburg^ In American we have to report a sale of 30 hhds New York at f 71. and 1197 bbls lard at f67. VVhwlebone? Very little business has been done in this article since our last report, but we quote southern fishery at f 2 i5. and north-western at f 2 I2^? to 2 15 per half kit. duty paid. We have receivod 333 bnndlesfrom New York Stock on liand: 125 tons, against 155 tons last vear. Woods?The onlv sale i are R tons Cuba fustic at f 11 50, and 14 tons California at f lti per 60 kil, duty paid. In ?therdescriptions no demand has been manifested. Campeachv logwood, Spanish cut, is worth f 10 60 to 11 per 50 kil. for consumption. A parcel of logwood arrived frtm Havana. jS Havre, September 1, 1847, (evening )?The accounts brought by the Hlbernia (16th ult.) produced a fair demand in our cotton market; the sales amounted to 3300 talon, at an advannp of If; yesterday, however, there was less spirit displayed in the buying. Th? accounts from England having b?en unsatisfactory, and only 1200 bales changed hands, but at well supported pil ^es. To day there hits been a very dull market, the sales being 250 bales only. The sales in wheat., yesterday were7000 bags New Orleans, at 39f 50; 10.800 bags New York, at 50t a 64. and 8000 bags Odessa, at 60f a 51 per sack of 200 kilog A lot of 400 bbls Rochester Hour realised 32f, and 1300 New Orleans, all round, 25f, in bond The market remained dull for all other articles. 60 bbls Pots were taken at 4If. Havpe, Sept 2.?Our Cotton market has relapsed Into avery dull itate. only 120 bales having b?en tak?n today. During the month of August the decline on wheat, in our French markets, according to the official return, was 5f 60% per hectolate, the average being 24f29X ngainst 24 10 last year Our stock is v?ry reduced, being 10.000 barrels American Flour and 25 000 hectolates forelgr/Wheat. The market closes very dull to day for all articles. Bo.mhay, July 19.?Since our last monthly report, on the 19th of June, the amount of business transacted hxs been trilling, which is the natural consequence of tho season, but we are happy to state that the progress of the monsoon has been as lavorablu as can be desired throughout the agricultural districts generally, as far as the accounts have reached lis. and thus the prospects are encouraging for a healthy trade in the approaching active season. The sales whfoh hare taken place in cotton manufactured goods during the month are considerable. We may shortly, howevi r, except to see local dealerr. show some activity in laying in stocks for the opeuirg ef the season after the rains and we may add that already there is some inquiry for stout grey oloth of domestic make, suited for dyeing for til') Arabian market, but the prices offered have not yet come up to th? expectations of holders, who are encouraged to be firm by the prospects held out by tho favorable fill of rain, and by the curtailed supplies of goods from Great Britain Kxports?Cotton Wool?In this staple transitions have been limited in consequence of the scarcity of tonnage and high rates of freight. The purchases consists of about 1500 bales of broach at !)0r to 9lr; 1-200 bales Dhollera at84r to 84%r; 50o bales (;oinpta. at 7 or; anil a small quantity of Oomrarautty at rttfr per evidy Cochineal?At the close of last month a demand arose for this article for China, and sales were effected to the extent of 30701b silver. at4r Jt>?a per lb, and 12001b at 4r 14a per lb; and we understand that some transactions took i plaoe in the bszaaras high as 6r Ua per lb We quote ftr as the present price for silver, and 4)^r for blRek Of the former there is little or none at market Imports ? British Cotton Piece Goods.?Some slight symptoms of improvement are beginning to manifest themselves in the inquiry for goods under this head, but.>ot to the extent which might naturally have been looked for at thin season; still the sales reported in grey shirting* continue to a fair extent, confined principally (as we have bad occasion to notice for some time) to the lower descriptions of 39-inch goods, and the same may he said of bleached shirtings; grey and white inadapollamn. jacco- ' nets, &c. Colored ami printed goods have continued in moderate demand, and sales to some extent are report eJ, but at very low rater, 2r 3a to 3r '2a being about the figure obtainable. Woollens continue difficult of snie, and any that have been moved off have been by auction fur local consumption, there being apparently no demand for up couutry at present. In mule twist importers continue reu?y sellers, and considerable quantities have b*en placed at, for some count!, a slight reduction in former rates In colored yarna. within the last few days, there has been little, if anything doing, and prices remain nominal; the same may fc? mid of Turkey red cloths, which have not been so much enquired after. Cotton Yarn?A sale of gray yarn waa effected a few days bark to the extent of 64 bale* of mule of 3001b each, at the following prices:?No 30, at 7*4; No. 40. at 7\; < No. .")<>, at annas per lb And it is reported that a urther fuIu of 47^ bales has just been concluded a? lollows: -Mule, No '20, atom; No 30,at7; No. 40, at 7>?; No 60, at 9.H4; Water, No. '20, at 7; uud No. 30. at 8 annas per lb In dyed yarn nothing has been done, and prices are without change Freights - Tonnage has continued very scarce, and the rate to Great Britain his advanced to, and is maintained firmly at. ?7 per ton of ">0 cubia feet Kxchange ? The rate on London has declined to Is II '4d to Is 1 l>{d per rupee six months' sight, at which considerable operations have had effeot. The money market is easy. Calcutta, July 8?F.xports ? Indigo ?Our advices rrom the indlg districts since the date of our last report, contain nothing to induce us to alter the opinion then expressed, that a larger crop than an average one could not bx anticipated, although the favorable weather experienced in Calcutta had extended to most parts of the * interior Our market being nearly cleared of last sea A purcli**" of I7('0 maunds of up-country indigo has own made for the English market at 109 Company'* rupees per factory maund. Sugar?Th? comparatively low rated at which the fluer sorts of Benaren have b?en procurable, caused souin buyers to come forward, and a Tew purchases were made at our former quotation*. say ' 8-l'J to 9 4, but since the receipt of the last Intelligence, the market hss been quiet; nor do we nee any prospect of activity until the native holder* submit to a eeneldemble decline on the prices they are now asking. Mice ? , I'here has been a brisk demand for all descriptions of rioe since the arrival of the last mail, and a slight advance in prica has taken place, which will in all probability be maintained, as it is reported that a large amount or tonnage expected in the course of nest month has been taken up for the conveyance of the stapl- to the Kuropeau markets. Exports In all June were 77 688 maun.In. Haw Silk ?Notwithstanding the unfavorable state of the 1 honi * market lor this staple, purchases continue to be made to u moderate extent, the low prices now ruling ' here apparently holding out an inducement to operate ' fur the English market. Cossimbacar has been plaoed at 7r H? to7r l'2a , Ueauleah at flr to Or. 12a per facI tory seer ; Kadnagore and Hurripaul have aUo tound . purchasers at 6r 8a to 8r per bazaar seer Exports in *11 June were to Great Britain, 933 maunda. Imports? Uriti'ih ( otron Pleee (inrtAu?W? huvu villi *r> - I ? ' - ~ - PT" quint market for nearly all description of good* under this head, the sale* of the month being principally conlined to the demand for local consumption, the demand I bf the up ountry marts generally frit at this season of the yimr not having yet taken pla-e, the greater amount I of h ili-g reported have been in low gray shlrtirgs, which continue inquired after, being light In stock; the better ' sorts c*n only be pWMfl off by importers submitting to a | lifeline on the low prices ruling previously, whioh in , I -?.mn instance* have been dene, and canslderable parcels htve found buyers The low description! of bleached shirting* have ulso been sold to some extent, but the tin r n.irt* ctnnot be pUced except at a considerable ' sacrifice (irey Madapadam* of low qualities are milenhle. but better sorts are neglected; white* are also difllcult of sale. Low gr?y Jaoonete bare met with a reedy s?l-. in some instances a slight advanc* on former rates, > nut in these, as in i.euily oil cloth, the finer sorts have been neglected, and are difficult of sale unless at a saorllice; there is a slight inquiry for the tiuer threads of bleached, the stock of which sort is light Colored and Printed Ooad*?There continue* to be a slight demand experienced for these goods, but the prices obtained aro very low Tbe sorts principally Inquired for are low ' Uetjgtl stripes, which have been plsced to a considerable exieut at. for <v ntmon. 2r Ha per piece, and for iietter s irts :ir. for which there is a fair inquiry. Most other description* ?re neglected, and can only he forced off hy ? heavv sacrifice being submitted to I urkey red cloths, b ull phiin and printed, meet with a ready sale at reran ' nerittlng rate* Wo liens Ou' market for these goods 1 b in betu unusually dull at thin season of the yar, wiiicli ' is generally b oli< d on as I be hriHkunt. all.) sales can only he ff oted tiy importers submitting to h discount of l.'i ( to y.i per cent i n invoice. Mule l wist-Hi Iders having I ihown uiore ai>poeition to reduca their stocks by su'.- B r ! nii.tbg to ii rl<ght decline on former rates, sal< s to a consl'lerabl - ext' nt have be<-n made, rnu?iriting prliiOlpally k I of N'., ill .>! ! I \ am I 111 r.'li'iH lie. u a si gh r ! prnv' in ..ii t in the demand for German dye Turkey r?d, , ! wbinh lias h' en placed to some extent at. Ir Ha p>-r lb I Sab s are siwi reported of Knglieh dye at lr 4aper lb, but p j theUtter Ifl ill in .derate d inaiid In other colors we , h ive not h'.'ard of liny transactions The Corn Trade of Kurope r [ From Wllmor's Liverpool Tinea, Sept. 4 | London.?The weather during the past fortnight ha-t i been of a very favorable character Harvest operations have, therefore, proceeded with much activity On all I hands the accounts of the new crops are cheering and I satisfactory. 'I his desirable state of things, added to the oontinu?d importations of "bre*datuff?" from abroad

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