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Ormond, James III, Correspondence, 1840: April-September

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Title:
Ormond, James III, Correspondence, 1840: April-September
Series Title:
Ormond Family Papers (1784-1909)
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Language:
English
Creator:
Ormond family
Donor:
Bettie Massengale Edwards
Publication Date:
Physical Location:
Box: 1
Divider: Ormond, James III
Folder: Ormond, James III, Correspondence, 1840: April-September

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Scope and Content:
Correspondence, business account notebooks, official marriage, deed, estate records, and a manuscript memoir. Collection includes family correspondence ranging from James I in 1884 to James III in 1882, the bulk (3 boxes) of which chronicles the business and personal affairs of James III. Major subjects covered include the Second Seminole War in Florida, the Civil War, the Andersonville Prison in Georgia, and business operations characteristic of the nineteenth century. Other topics include yellow fever outbreaks in Florida, frontier life in north Florida, Spanish land grant claims, and family history. Researchers may find the ongoing, regular correspondence between James III and McNaught useful for topics relating to business practices of the period. Of particular note is the handwritten autobiography of James III, dictated in the year before his death. The collection is arranged chronologically.
Abstract:
The collection includes correspondence, business letters, account books, and a memoir manuscript created by members of the Ormond family of Florida.
Biographical:
Captain James Ormond I (175?-1819), born in Scotland, commanded the brig Somerset. He owned a plantation on Exuma in the Bahamas, but then took advantage of Spanish land grants in Florida. He settled near New Smyrna, Florida, where he was later killed by a neighbor's slave. James Ormond II (179?-1829), also born in Scotland, came to Florida with his wife, Isabella (neé Christie), and their four children after a failed business venture. They lived on the Damietta plantation, near St. Augustine, Florida. James Ormond III (1815-1892) was born in Mayfield, Scotland. During the Second Seminole War, he volunteered in the Mosquito Roarers militia as a sergeant. Ormond married Elizabeth Chaires in 1844, with whom he had nine children. His business ventures included the Atlanta Paper Mill, one of the first paper mill operations in the South and other enterprises with his partner William McNaught. During the Civil War, Ormond worked as an adjutant at Andersonville Prison. He moved his family to Canada and England after the war, returning to Atlanta in 1867. He later came back to Florida and settled near the remains of his former plantation, Damietta. The town of Ormond, named for him, was incorporated in 1880. Source: "James Ormond, Merchant and Soldier," by Alice Strickland, The Florida Historical Quarterly, (41):209-222
Preferred Citation:
Identification of item, Ormond Family Papers, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
Donation:
Gift of Ms. Bettie Massengale Edwards, 1979.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - http://uf.catalog.fcla.edu/uf.jsp?st=UF001925427&ix=pm&I=0&V=D&pm=1
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IR00003201:00013

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Material Information

Title:
Ormond, James III, Correspondence, 1840: April-September
Series Title:
Ormond Family Papers (1784-1909)
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Language:
English
Creator:
Ormond family
Donor:
Bettie Massengale Edwards
Publication Date:
Physical Location:
Box: 1
Divider: Ormond, James III
Folder: Ormond, James III, Correspondence, 1840: April-September

Subjects

Genre:
Spatial Coverage:

Notes

Scope and Content:
Correspondence, business account notebooks, official marriage, deed, estate records, and a manuscript memoir. Collection includes family correspondence ranging from James I in 1884 to James III in 1882, the bulk (3 boxes) of which chronicles the business and personal affairs of James III. Major subjects covered include the Second Seminole War in Florida, the Civil War, the Andersonville Prison in Georgia, and business operations characteristic of the nineteenth century. Other topics include yellow fever outbreaks in Florida, frontier life in north Florida, Spanish land grant claims, and family history. Researchers may find the ongoing, regular correspondence between James III and McNaught useful for topics relating to business practices of the period. Of particular note is the handwritten autobiography of James III, dictated in the year before his death. The collection is arranged chronologically.
Abstract:
The collection includes correspondence, business letters, account books, and a memoir manuscript created by members of the Ormond family of Florida.
Biographical:
Captain James Ormond I (175?-1819), born in Scotland, commanded the brig Somerset. He owned a plantation on Exuma in the Bahamas, but then took advantage of Spanish land grants in Florida. He settled near New Smyrna, Florida, where he was later killed by a neighbor's slave. James Ormond II (179?-1829), also born in Scotland, came to Florida with his wife, Isabella (neé Christie), and their four children after a failed business venture. They lived on the Damietta plantation, near St. Augustine, Florida. James Ormond III (1815-1892) was born in Mayfield, Scotland. During the Second Seminole War, he volunteered in the Mosquito Roarers militia as a sergeant. Ormond married Elizabeth Chaires in 1844, with whom he had nine children. His business ventures included the Atlanta Paper Mill, one of the first paper mill operations in the South and other enterprises with his partner William McNaught. During the Civil War, Ormond worked as an adjutant at Andersonville Prison. He moved his family to Canada and England after the war, returning to Atlanta in 1867. He later came back to Florida and settled near the remains of his former plantation, Damietta. The town of Ormond, named for him, was incorporated in 1880. Source: "James Ormond, Merchant and Soldier," by Alice Strickland, The Florida Historical Quarterly, (41):209-222
Preferred Citation:
Identification of item, Ormond Family Papers, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
Donation:
Gift of Ms. Bettie Massengale Edwards, 1979.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - http://uf.catalog.fcla.edu/uf.jsp?st=UF001925427&ix=pm&I=0&V=D&pm=1
System ID:
IR00003201:00013

Full Text
Ormond, James III
Correspondence: 1840: April -Sept.


1840
April i
April :
April :
April :
April
May 10
O. May 19


|\AQV wea'e J -Jr fve~rs of
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C.H. Sass to Ormond
D. H. Cottman to Ormond
Wm. Ware to Ormond
Ormond to Joseph Lawton
Robt. Christie to Ormond
A. L.Woodward to Ormond
Deed of trust. Marriage -
of Agnes to Wm.Ware
Ormond to J. Lawton
Robt. Christie to Ormond
J.Lawton to Ormond
W.C. Courtney to Ormond
Ormond to J.Lawton with
enclosure
R.Christie to Ormond 4
J.Lawton to Ormond
W.P. Smith to Ormond
J.C. Pillans to Ormond
John G.Anderson toOrmond
WmMcNaught to Ormond
0 McNaught to Ormond
Helen Ormond to Ormond
WmMcNaught to Ormond -
MeNaught to Ormond
Invoice. Alex T. Stewart
Christie to Ormond


May 26
June 4
June 9
June 15
June 22

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July 15
July 18
July 21
Aug. 14
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COURIER LETTER SHEET PRICES CURRENT.


Charlestoan, Saturday, April 11, 1840.

*,. By A. S. WllUhh gto A Co.
Publishers of the Charleston Courier ,'s Carolina Gazette.

CHAIt.LESTON MARKET.
We have had a continuance of rain throughout the
week, which has materially retarded business. In some
branches of trade there has been comparatively nothing
doing, particularly in dry goods and groceries. The gene-
ral features of the market for our staples, however, have
undergone no change since thle date of our last. There
has been some addition to the list of vessels ir. i.....
which has consequently brought down the rate of I,...'i[, I
particularly on engagements to Liverpool.
\ COTTON.-A good business has been done iin I .,r,, ..
since our review of the 4th inst., and at the-full pr' I ''
last week. The sales are 7522 bags at the follow '1; -.
ces: 117 at 51, 41 at 5, 42 at 51. 879 at 8, 13 at 61. I ... I
6, 106 at 6, 28 at 6-, 62 at 3t4 at 7, 33 at 7, :,. it :.
667 at 7*, 42 at 7J, 536 at 7J, 352 at 7 7-8, 756 at 8, 87 at -,
829. at 8;,485 at 8), 808 at 8), 93 at 8&, 312 at 8-, 289 at 9,
80 at 91, 147 at 91-, and 146 bags at 9z cts. per lb. Dealers
have taken about 589 bags Sea Island at the following
prices: 7 at 18, 11 at 20, 30 from 17 to 20, 26 at 21, 16 at
22, 27 at 25, 31 at 26,67 at 27, 121 at 28, 8 at 29, 153 from
25 to 35, 19 at 31, and 70 from 18 to 36, with a few small
lots stained from 13 to 16, and 43 bags Santee at 19 cts.
per lb.
RICE.-The business done in this article has been to a
fair extent, and our quotations have been fully maintain-
ed. For the pasttwo days there was some demand for
choice parcels-on which an advance was asked, but the
parties closed at our highest rate, viz:--43 per 100. The
sales afthe week are 2025 tierces at the following prices:
70 at2}; 128 at 2); 132 at2 7-16; 173 at 29; 3,7 at 2 9-16;
328 at 2J; 110 at 2f, and 400 tierces at 1,3 per 100.
ROUGIH RIOC.-Tlie sales in IReugh Rice are 4000
bushels at 72 cents per bushel.:
GRAIN.-The receipts of Corn for the week are 14,600
bushels from North-Carolina. Theie is a full supply on
sale, with limited demand. We quote yellow 50 a 54,
and white 58a 60 cents per bunsliel. The arrivals of Hay
have been very light, and taken at prices ranging within
our quotations, 65a70 ets. per 100 lbs. No Oats or Peas
have come to hand.
FLOUR.-A limited business has been done in Flour
during the week forcity consumption-Baltimore has been
selling at 5) a 5}; Virginia 6 to 61; and North Carolina, 5 a
$5j per barrel.
SUGARS.-About 40 lihhds. Muscovado brought6l to 81;
and small lot Louisiana at 4*,5,and 5 perlb. Received
this week from the West Indies 60 llids. 50 whole and 12
half boxes.
COFFEE.-A lot of Rio brought 10* a 11 per lb. About
500 bags Cuba have been received (luring the week.
MOLASSES.-About 160 bbls. New Orleans have been
sold at- 27anid 28; principally at the latter pricp. We
quote this description 27 a29 ets. per gallon.
SALT.-Tho receipts of the week have been 13,981
sacks-apart of which has changed hands at prices rang-
ing within our quotations. Extremes 112, a 135 per sack.
BACON.-About 1500 Baltimore new Hams brought 13
a 14 cts. per lb. We quote Hams 12 a 14; Shoulders 8 a 8,
and Sides 8J a 9 cts. per lb.
LARD.-Sales have been made of Baltimore new and
Western within the range of quotations-9 a 101 cts. per
lb.
EXCHANGE.-Billson England 9,a 91 per cent prem.
OnFrance5 18 a5f120. Short sight on New-York 95 a
3; 30 day Bills 1I; 60 do. 1 a 1. per ct. prem.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, 7-8d. for Cotton. Our rates
to Havre remain the same as previously reported. To
New-York 1* a $1 per bag for cotton, and l. per tierce
for Rice. To Boston J a 1 cent per lb. for cotton, aiild 1i
per tierce for Rice.

Latest dates from Liverpool................ Marsh 7
Latest dates from Havre....................... Feb. 29
Latest dates from Havana................... March 2t1


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Comparativeriew of vessels loading in the United States jo
Foreign Ports
184 0. 183.




NewOrleans, April 4, 12 7 4 20 9 2
Mobile, April 4, 24 4 1 12 2 0
Florida, March 28, 9 4 0 1 1 0
Savannah, April 9, 10 2 0 9 0 0
Iharleston, April 10, 7 4 5 6 1 0
Virginia, Feb. 10, 0 0 0 2 0 0
NewYork, April 4, 12 3 1 16 7 2
Total 74 24 11 66 20 4-
COLUMBUS, APRIL 8.-Cotton.-Cotton has been
selling at from 4 to 6Q. The average price is about cents.
We have been unable to get the amount received and ship-
ped during the past week, but from thle casual observation
we have had of the market, we should say that the re-
ceipts and exports have been lighter than for several weeks
past.


Other Ports.J'I i S |


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GIt. Britain. W '

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NOTE.-We have deducted from New-Orleans and
Charleston, the quantities received at those ports from
Florida, Mobile, Savannah,. &c.
NOTE.-We have added to the receipts at Charleston,
the exports from Georgetown to New-York, and to the
receipts at Savannah, the exports from Darien to New-
York.


List of vessels,
In the port of Charleston, .pril 10, 1840,
Schooners and coasters notincluded.
SHIPS.
Coromando, Pierce, at Hamilton & Co's. wharf, for Liv-
erpool, loading-J. Adger & Co.
Eutaw, Allen, at Boyce & Co's. wharf, for Liverpool,
loading-J. Robertson & Co.
Trenton, Maxwell, at Boyce & Co's.wharf, for Liverpool,
loading-J. Battersby & Nephew.
Liverpool, Graves. at Central wharf, from Liverpool, dis-
charging-J. Robertson & Co.
Fanny, (Br.) Sloan, at Fitzsimons' wharf, for Liverpool,
loading-J. B. Clough & Co.
Denmark, Frost, at Magwood's wharf, for Liverpool,load-
ing-Watson, Crews & Co.
Queen Victoria, (Br.) Black, at Gibbs' wharf, to load for
Liverpool-J. B. Clougli & Co.
St. Andrew, Leitch, at Fitzsimons' wharf, from Liver-
pool, discharging-J,-Fr-i r & Co
Ljucas, ltdldge, in &Abie re. -r, i.,r LoilJO., loading-'
Leland, Brothers & Co. '
Anson, O'Neill, at loyce & Co's. wharf, for Havre, ready
-Street & Boinest.
Franconia, Jones, at Commercial wharf, for Havre, load-
ing-L. Trapmann.
Marathon, Brown, at Boyce & Co's. wharf, for Havre,
loading-G. L. Lowden.
Corea, Jackson, at Hamilton & Co's. wharf, for Antwerp,
loadiag-S. Mowry, Jr.
Belvidere, M'Kown, at Commercial wharf, for Antwerp,
loading-Higliam, Fife & Co.
La Fayette, (line) Ellery, at Boyce & Co's. wharf, for
New-York, loading-Street & Boinest.
Sutton, (line) Barkman, at Boyce & Co's. wharf, from
New-York, dislcharging-Street & Boinest.
Hercules, Gregerson, in the stream, waiting-Master.
BARQUES.
Grand Conde, (Fr.) Aubert, at Hamilton & Co's. wharf,
for Caen, ready-T. J. Roger & Co.
Gleaner, (Br.) Gale,at Vanderhorst's wharffor Greenock,
loading-J. Robertson & Co.
Waldemar, (Dan.) Grubber, at Hamilton & Co's. wharf,
to loadfor North of Europe-Herckenrath & Lowndes.
Ganges, Corken, at Price's whlarf, for Liverpool, loading
-J. Fraser & Co.
Elizabeth, Swan, at Vanderhorst's wharf, from Liverpool,
discharging-Higliam, Fife & Co.
Slakspeare, (Br.) lenderson, in the stream, from Liver-
pool, just arrived-Muster.
Robert A. Park, (Br.) Nedderman, in thile stream from
Liverpool, via Savannah, just arrived-A. Lafitte &
Brother.
Levant, Herrick, at Gibbs' wharf, for Boston, loading-T.
Tupper & Son.
Adeline Eliza, Hopkinsi at Commercial wharf, to undergo
repairs-Leland, Brothers & Co.
BRIGS.
Sea, Allen, atExkhange wharf, for Hamburgh, loading-
J. Cohen, Jr.
Preciosa, (Sw.) Asander, at Commercial wharf, for North
of Europe, loading-Leland, Brothers & Co.
Acton, Hunt, at Hamilton & Co's. wharf, for Rotterdam,
loading-S. Mowry, Jr.
Corinth, Smith, at Hamilton & Co's. wharf, for Havre,
loading-E. Davenne.
Baltimore, Jones, at Commercial wharf, for Antwerp,
loading-L. Trapmann.
Chapman, Thompson, at Price's wharf, for New-Orleans,
ioading-M. C. Mordecai.
'l *i Kimball, Wooster, at Gibbs' wharf, from Thomas-
| i.. (a .. ", .; ,,r.-in.-- & T. G.i.T .
lM'ooh 11L. i .1. ,.t '. ., i., i:I New-Yerk,
(| ,.. I Ji.i-- i\ Jnt a 'rl.iil
Geo. I '. i.,....-n. P.'...r, -i Pri iih i, i-.r New-York,
1.id u-L Bsmcj..,serm a C...
Bets( t & .i-.l ., Kim 1 i:t l: i.s %iiiijt, i.r freight or
charter-J. Chapman.
Cervantes (line) Tufts, at quarantine, from Boston-Le-
land, Brothers & Co.
Perry, Hamilton, at quarantine, from Boston-W.A.Caid-
well & Sons.
Comparative Statement of Exports of RoukRicefrom the
port of Charlestonfrom the slet of Oct. 1839.


Liverpool ......... ........bushels 99497 132M11
London .......................... 121549 107438
North of Europe ............... ..28944 109786
Total Foreign .... ............... 249990 349435
Exports from Georgetown to N. York
Grand Total..................... 2499901 354355
MOBILE, APRIL 6.-A very active business was
transacted in our Cotton market on Saturday-in conse-
quence of the disposition manifested by holders to ac-
cede to the views of buyers-who were thus enabled to
fill theirorders without difficulty, although, as we have
before remarked, sales are comparatively as large as they
have been, owing tothe gradual diminution of stocks on
sale.




V.


CUtAR I ST, ON, P P I C E ,C RIT I NT, .A BRIL R 11., 1 8 -O..


&RnrI.FS. r D C. D. .. ,uTy
BAGGINt., Hcfiup,-m ui .1 1' i r I t f- r:[. .
Ton. %., i a I i P q,.jld,
BALE ROPE, lb 8 a S it U.'. p.lb.
BAONQ, Hams, lb 12 a 14
Shoulders, b 8a. 8
s,,,e. lb 8.a 9
BEE ', N. v York Mess, 1.. L3 a14
Prime, LI. i., Li alli
Cargo, bbl a
Me, B0oston, bbl 15 al6
No. 1. bb] ., a
Prime, bb]. a
11RE. P. N,->, i Charleston 5 50 a 6
P.1w, mada,".:' 7 a 74
Crackers cwt. 9 alO.
BT1ITTE. Go.]hen, prime, lb .22 a .
Snf r...r, lb a
BRIC(K,ICna;lI'r,It qual.mlO a12
*.i. N)or'ti'-rn mnl6, al0
CANDLES, Spermaceti, lb 43 a
Charleston made, Tallow, lb 16 a
N.-.rliern, d.o. lb 13 a 15
CHESEA. N.nrd rn, lb 6 a 8
Ci' P'EE, Cut.a in. l :. I.. lb 8 a 9
Good fair to prime, lb 10a 1 lt f 1
Choicegreen lb 10*l a irr i i.
PortoRico, lb 10 a 11
R.-.. lb 10a. 11 4
C'PPCil Si-Ln.re., lb 30 a : i..
CO'T PON-
t | Up.inf.&ord. lb .* r.
M Idlline iri.ldlr.ieI rl :d i" I
o Td I..II rllr Ir h 81a 8 i
Good lair lb .8a 9 3 c. plb.
SCi'..:. lb 91a
Sea Island, inf. togood, lb 17 a 24 1
S .Mi.lliTne Frr. ii.] fine, lb 295 a 35
[ Etra rinr, lb lb Jup'
CORDAGE, tarred, Ib I.a 1 i.1e. p.. lb.
do. Manflla,. cwt 12 Si a.
Sf ,;rnr s, t.ir...vn, yd '*4a 8
o Rit Blr,'h.l, yd 6 a 14
3 Sleetingsbrown, yd 8a: 11
I BlRaehed;,i:. yd 13 a 16
W' Calicoes, blue & fancy, yd 7 a 20 p
ol Stripesj.indigoblue, yd 81a 15
Checks, yd 8 a '20
-.Plaidsi, yd 7 a, 11
SFustians, yd 11 a 18
DUCK, tu1sian, bol 5 a2l
Americancottoon, yd 35 a 45 15 pctadva
FISH, Herrings, new, .L.I I a 4 50
M'.r ker L No. 1,. -.L.I iJ al4
. ... :,t. IL al2 .
do. ,:No. , ,I. a 3 50 0315
Dry Cod, cwt 4 a I "
FLOUR, Bait. H. S. sup. b a )
Philadelphia and Viigina b "" :
Canal, bbl a $1 86s
New Orleans, bbl a
GRAIN, Corn,*. *".,, 50 a 60
rluL., NormJ Rh r. ;.iri a
Ahryli nd andJ Virrgr..j, bush a
P ., bush 40 a
'GL.\9S, .n.i'. i.r.l.:.ws,100ft 4 25 a
GUNIOWDER,; 'keg. 5 1 a 6
HAY prime Northern, 100 1b 65 a 70 a. p.r Ib..
IROW4.Vig,..' 100 lb a
Swedes, assorted, 100 ]b 5 a .,5'iL p. ton.
Russia,bar; 100 lb .5 25 a j it 1 i.:.n.
Hoop, lb 7 a i, p. ir.n.
Sheet;.,' lb :10 a
Nail rods, lb 6ja 7 >3c. p. lb.
LARD,'7_ lb 9 a: 10)
LEAD, P i and Bar. 100 lb a
L.IME. SlOnm. bol I a 1 25 c.p. lb..
STCAM A\-VTD LUnMBIER
Bo'irds and Scantlingr, aMfi I a 18
Assorted Cargoes, Mft 13 al5
FloofingBbawls, a,- -. 1ft 18 a25
*lln4l1.. MM20 a25
Sr,-.'s, rod 6ak. M:'I r''lI
MOLASSE, Cuba, eal ?.ISa 2 Sc. p. gal.'
New Orleans, 5.r.il *:7 a ''
Sagar Housw, gal a
NAILS, Cihi,4d. l, 2,).J. l.b 71a 75 c. p.-lb.
z Tr., V'lrimnisr.n, r.t.i 1 75 a 2
I T.jrpinmae, orl, l.,l 2 a 2 25
[ Pitch; 1'.1 2 2 2 25
S1 [Rosin, r.r.i 2 'a 5
I Spir.ls Turpenbie, c-d 30 a 35
s J riarirh, rl 25 a
OIL, Spf..rm, wnurte str'd. g.i 1 r aI 1 45,
Fall sirin.:d, g-.l I "1') a 1 25
Sumrmer 6traned, gal a
Lui..el, gjl, 81 a 5
Tanor ii. 12 a 15
,E? ,y -UG, IT 8 n) free,
PORK, 1~lf s, new, i.l| 15 '.
Pnme, .b, 1 0 al3 3 .I
Mle.s blos n. bbl ::! a .
PEPP? lack. lb 9 a


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ILLIINA. ;,ila,,i.L. ta Li., .[.' I li a 'i,,,:... FROM. THE iPORTOF CHArLBF4O.TN....
RICE *? ----
R I,' r. ..n 0 IN L i i r..i . "",
Good to prime, 2 la 2 o . 1r. in ir.l,. Ir. ,\ ... l, I .r,
Choice, 2 87ja 3
SPIRITS, Cogn c,4th pf. gal 1 25 a 1 75 63c. p. gll. Firrort. toS q r r, in R, s. r 'pl.-, Rice-
Domestic, l : al 45 a 50- --- S T
Holland in, gal 1 a 1 10 57c. 1. .1 I1. r,.-.-, ..... rA ,' 'l, i":6 :rr .r., .i4.'". 73161
American Gin, gal 40 a. 50 ...li,i,,i, ..... I '-',. ,.rr .-li; 10
Jn* ..: % lr.. gal a 57c. p 2 i,,r r. I rr .... i ,6018
N E. Run l. ,it.l. .r.al M-i.. gal 27Ta
li.:h..s, PrIl. i.. IB gal .5 a T .t-.l G Britr.'i e.. .76' D i iJ i1 ; r 1.4 l'-1 ,
NI. -N, O rle-.i-, gal a I- --
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SUGAR, Musovado,,. lb 5 a 9 2.o lb Mr,..ilr. ,.... 3200 .:, 33 :.r; .
Porto Rico and St. Croix, li 6 a 10 ~r r I.. i...rt 2774 2664. ir :il'
Havana white, lb 9L a 103 c. per I. : ---- -_ -- --
do. brown, lb 6 a '. per IIr. r Ti.I rr. .'. 2817 45540 60261 1452 24802 5456j
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I.,:, ,r Ib 15 a 17 l-' .r..i. ..... 1. r 40521 944 .8119
Lum p,. lb 14 a .. ri,,hn .. l : -.. 1130 4401
SALT, Liv. coarse, sack4 bush 1 12ja 1 35 N ...i "r.... 13 *r.i 5142 5753
Fine, sack4 buslh a n. -5- --- --5
Turks Island, bush 40 a 45 T... l IN...|-. I 15869 10000 7216 18273k
Cadiz, bush 35 a -- I-- -- --
'.'AP, .Lr.-.r.."ri yellow, lb 6 a .-,. or E.r.r.. *:A 27
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-[LG\ il r?,.,JI,.I, M14 a20 2 50p. M. -
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Tr i.\itG, lb a T...t.,.i......... 6 9911- 3650J 12 12599 .7'485*
Kentucky, lb 6 a 13 &II il'.i. .. 70 4048, : 184 142 4998 517,
Manufactured, lb :8 a 13 r ,N'r lr',.... 110 20583 8840 119 20801 7417,
Cavendish, lb 24 a 32 Phiir..li-.i.,, 1946 4771 *' el 1175
TE 1?, Rohlea, lb 18 a 20 l IB l. N..r,.-.i. 1115 1746, .: 1530j,
.. .*.i lh 28 a 35 N jri..,r..ar .-, -4, 7355 .:
....d,:r, lb 62a 75 free. ii.. Sn. :- 348
Hyspno Ib :45 a 1 12 -- -
YoungHvson. lb a J Totalcoastwise 186 37603 20570* 273 43601 25828
TTI'INE, .ihits. lb 1 a 23 c. lb.--
b-rc. Il 21 a 23 r ir,.i Total .. 9776 178646 614141 4893 W629, 74541 .
VI NL., 1,, .i.ri gal 1 50: a. 3 l ..p,gal.
i' r,frl.. L. P gal 1 .3 a 1 10 ,. -. ,
MIn r-, gal ,a 35 .i..gi ;. a -' -
-'li'rlr.. .r'\,i il. ., cask 15 a ] t I 0 --.
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Havre............................ 1101 1481
Antwerp ......... ............. 405
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