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Material Information

Title:
Ormond, James III, Corresponence, 1847
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, Corresponence, 1847

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:
IR00003201:00016

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Ormond, James III, Corresponence, 1847
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, Corresponence, 1847

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:
IR00003201:00016

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Ormond, James III
Correspondence:


1847


Receipts: J.Beard. Inventory of
(2) estate
J. Beard. Tax receipt
Jan. 2 R. Christie to Ormond
March 1 Ormond to McNaught
March 3 James Gadsden to Ormond .
May 1 Wm Budd to Ormond
May 31 John W. Argyle to Ormond
June 1 Union Bank of Fla. state-
ment
July 9 Gillett Haggard to Ormond
July 15 Ormond estate:
Account
I ventory
Administrator's report
Interest
July 1I L. H. Grizzard to Ormond
Aug. 13 Wm. A. Forward to Ormond


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Ormond
George Anderson to Ormond
C.W.Downing to Ormond
Wm. Forward to Ormond
W.Forward to Ormond
A.B. Hazzard to Ormond
Ormond to C.Downing
Ormond to Wm. Forward
Power of attorney. Ormond
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l)c Ne Qcy orlean tommeerrial Timets 3I)olesalc jrirc current.

OUR LETTER SHEET PRICE CUIRRENT---We shall continue to issue our Semi-Weekly Letter Sheet Price Current, containing a most comprehensive Review of the Market, together with
all Statistical Tables, and other matter of interest to the Commercial Community, printed on the best Packet Post Paper. It will he for sale ut the Low Price of FIFTY CENTS PEIR DOZEN, at our Of1ice
No. 40 Camp street. All orders addressed to the Publishers will be promptly attended to.
Exports from New OrmIcan,. ILINII. I N' I .' tl.l i.i t i LMI. f-.l. 1 .L I -.- .iL'ILLi- '.l L UI 1' 1 11,.1 .1 -1 4 i 1- lii fll L I 1 1.10 1 Nl l ,i 4*1, 1,- i -.
Firm ir .-,pt le6-nnr.i er.mn,.,r,' I. NEh1-\ 1 {LEn-I IIE LE -A LE Pt I I----- AT I IPAj AlGId TI .Ii a __ Itu- Lendl. l- nI. A ni int..
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EXP-ORTED. LseL. l. Tw. L. Gunny Bags,.....-... 14 Bear,........... stan I u uater, tOnen,... _- - ,
BESWAX, yellow...I.5 -24 Deer, shaved,..... b. 121-- -- Western,..... -
poold ................ 54 BOTTLES .......gross i -- in hair,....... --10 11 Cheese, American,.... 10 .....
.... ....50. 1ox Grey ....... -'
Gls Greenock c 148 2224 .... 1783 Bristol Porter,....... 8 00 850 Fox, Grey....... 8 12 PineApple,. none. '. ,
Cowes,Bel rat,Cori, .I Wines,.. ......... none. A, Wheat,..bushel -0 75 Potatoes......... bb. 2 00 -- .
Falmoutb,&..... _ a BREAD, Navy,...100 s. 300 325 Oats,................ -35 -40 PAINTs, Lead, Red.ewt. 7 00 -
Ttalo G. Britain. 128ii51.97 364318 651.4 Pilot,.... ......... 4 00 4 25 Corn near, .....bbl -- White Amer..... keg 1 75 ..
BRICKS, L~e,..... 1000 5 50 6 00 shelled,..bushel 50 -60 English,.........lb. 11 ,
Marines, o rde a English Fire....... 2000 25 00 Beans,...........bbl. 3 00 3 25 home Green...... 50 -" 3
Nantz, Rouen, &c. O1870 .. 421 COTTON o LpoR, Com'nkg s30 -- b ellow,E ...R ,C'nkg 50 Yello 3..0. ., -
ToaoForance. 810 _1769 13 Inferior,. .......... lb 9N 10 Sporting, ........... 600 Sp.br'wnin oil,...keg 1 50 ". .
oa -- Ordinary,............ 10 10 GLAss, Am. 8byl0,box 1 25 1 75 Carolina,..1001bs. 6 75 -Imports into New Orleans
Gottenburg, &c., 1004 3371 3877 [.JIr, 10 11 --- 10by12,.... 1 75 250 S ,Cn asia,...b. 21 .. 22 FROM 1NTEtOt101-From 1stSept .1tl0a nd184s.
AmsterdmaRot' lam ih 55 .... 2072 11 12byl8,.... 275 3 25 Cloves.............- 30 .. 35 is Lo
Brennan,.............. ..... 4369 .... 3 .I.J.ii.. iij non .____ C8ves 'AR IC ES Lean,,,,. Seas,,
Bremen,.................. 769 -1- Fair ......... HEmP, Manilla,.....ton none.- Ginger, race...... 7 8 ARTICLES. sao S'ea.s
Habergp,.............- 4 od o .....o.d-- Amer. waterrotted,.. -- Ground, .... -10 ..12. n ... ... ss 3118


Gibrattarand Spain,.... .... 18376 .... 1679. C DAGE, r g l D. Wetsalted-..........- --- 3i On Plantationm....... ...... -- fLo..ian Mil il|i..bale W7M 7175
Stoakbolm ......... .... Fi,..... -- Dew rotted,.. 05 O L10 00 Nuegs ....... Bacon .....0 lk............ lb 3418M1 4n
cS. Petersr...... ............. PeppeBron.......... 51 6 olaile....i
i.etse'. r. fsur,- 6589 1 C83o5 Velveta....gross 150 275 HAY -dinary ...ze- LoafBostonn 1lora... .... 1 5s 91s
bat todN. C m.... ........ 1 2 1 the lW.andMex.llt 9 Pimento............ 0- 11 ............. so 214 7
Europe. 8otti Common La. in City. tier73s annd ln 6240 &2159
btndO Foreig,.lb. -- 10 Dried salted Mexican, 8 Suos, La. in City.b ............ks a r l 13
Haenrk, t.......... 1 .. .. 731175 American,........... 10 Wetsaltced ...........-- On Plantationn d,......... 7 Los 11 is.i..bai. 4071t 7I47
S ................ Bale Rope.. ....... 6 Dry, c r....Havana White ...... 10 Lake..................... 23 1427
IA. 1 511307 AON
COFFEERT bacco-Hh .. Nan li,... ....... 6 7 Cas O ngs, nations, oJ -- YellowE ... .te. 7 .. .................... 5. 348
Towe,Falmouth,&c... H... avana, ........... s 6- 7 Bar, are for the comn- Brown,......- 5- a 6 il.......... .......... 17 6
il. F, ,', .Bl 'Java i............... 9 -11 mol ordinary size 0 Loaf, BostonandPhil. 1 6 Florida .................... 1.394
NrTo aty,.Brita........ 784 796 2s1 Sheegguy 4.........- 78 e2 largerand smalr Loh30iaia,00 ST ...... 7 as ............ .......s o3 414











Ha7re 1162 .... Brn. Lowell Osiabu.rg. 10 -t 12 -- w.o.headin... 23 00 2800 English Blistered,... 11 ...13 is..... orcoai'loal 1511 0 7S
Border, i... so ti Do.Virginiado,.a4-4 8 -10 LEAD, Pig,.....1001bs. 350 Ameriican,........... 5 1 8.... 972228 i 52
ltar.e ................. 40 .... 6 ominago ......... 10 iar.. .. b ehargedae 4 o Cl German,............ 9 Clo 1 n...l ..bl 1t--k i ,S ( 11
iadeli ........ 0 3 Denis,.....5 CocAPar lb. 8 14 LIME, es. S REtern,.TraTERed. .bb. Bra,. 1 62 3 1 ................ s nl 0675
Stock.olm........... t oD .... ... 715 30 ThomPigasto............ton 1300 1 Crode aux........ 1... 80 200 Lard.... .............. bbb 93972 11 98 14













Amsterdamttotterdam. .... W507-- Satinetts. ...--37-75 MOLASSES,in'City,..gal. 25 30 --.American,.... 30 37t 2;.71 211001_
Breme,............ oi, v.no ... .276 COalicoPv Ca nte..l ..ton none. country .......----.....- Holland.. f............ ..10 113 3
SJen, Kentucky,... 38 NA 4d20d....b.- 5 -American... 30 St t of cotton.
W.,, rn 5ii-....: We'stern,......... 90 1 o0 English, .......... ton 88 00 -- from store, 1 35 1 40 ats............ bblse an 374 3l73l -
TatoN.ofEu.i'.l 1~. ,8 CP Sheathing..l. -- 26 Swedes assorted ....10000 --- Coarse, cargo, Pk .............. .......s 1 078215 .217S
















SpanandGibraltar,.,.... 18U 10165 .... 9843 DK, Ruat,-..-pee. 14 00 6 00 Spirits Turpne,...gall. 45 50 Whiskey, Rectified,.. 19 .. 20 b 823 1
18Af B.raiersl.. .......-. 7 Hoop............ lb. 6 7 fromstor, 1 1 pork, in blk................. Ib 8"773- 974097
.RA10ND TOTAL, . CANIDLES.Sp'm, NB.lb. 30 Sheet, ...............- 6 Tur'I.&c., ...s-ck sarc.................... 98d 89301
Twe bndi,.. cco--Hds .. 2 Na12 Rvens,......... 730 -0 NailRodsd,.......- 6 Alcohol,.--........ -- 45 50 Eporte.re..........n... 4 4
Taeallow..... .. .......... -- 38 r Casktings, Americn,- 3 -0 45 TALOE Rough.nt'd ne. - 8 stock .............onandoard.s 14







lotE.Pr. 18141457 1071 l DYES,Logw'd,Campc'y 22 00 23 00 Olive casks.....gall. 11400 110 TEASImperial,..b. 45 2
WHITHER Past Pro Last CIDETNorthern,...hbbl. 3 LM000 UEuEaxrdsclpgpric' SHsETINGS,I.us.wh'tpc 8 10 0 .,.iv.i, portsad.toJ
EXPORTED. week. oetly. T. Do N Gn Bds.pin white 1000ft 25 00 40 00 Russia, Brown......none. Cottoned TobaccoRtNewOrleans,
-- St Domingo, 13 00 14yd. 00 Sperm, Winterllow..... 10 00 16 00 SGunpT,owderop ........ 45 2 Statement of Tobacco.







NewYork, .............. 336 391 .... Fustic..........ton.1500 1 00 all .. 00 o ..... 40 For Ten Years-froandtSept.,1846......each year, to date.1704
Loeonl ............ .. Brown Shirtings,, a.b. 1..... 1 0 10 Yng Hyson, Cant-mde, noneT t-- TOBAC:O-H
BLoudon,.............. 14 1427 Mader,.- 12 -8 refine .... 45 BYoun .............- -0 E
iCodes,F andNorfol,&... 725 .... FASheetngs, Li -4 8 3 Staves, p. c ...1200 30 00 4-0 00 SonAN.Yorbrown. 3 6 T o-1

















Other Ports,............ 61 25 .... 37 FLoun, Ohioetc. upfi'e, 4 75 5 50 Tanners,. l- ..-.bbl. 13 00 1400 Souch'g. Powch'g, &cc- 35 .. 45 Exported dlrietgtlyb past week......... 39
Blcui'yShh..igs,.& a. 8 10 So. hhd c..... 5 00 30 00 Cstile .............- 96 isto l .......... ..'l .....H. SI
Tom\lDG.Bilin. 7844--6 1 Shefine,4..- 8 12 -F.re1chutts, !5 00 30 00 STEEL, Cast.. ---Ilb. .- 15 -- b17 7:7.n014B1 48 143 4408 646



















HaIvrl lNo..... e.I 11^. Loe0 __ ,bWestreurn n15 50 To7 oi Sega Lea 6 12o pe'. nNocs^e
Hre ................. LowellO ir- 10 heading.. 00 28 00 English listr....-...- 11o d ocation......... 3% 4



















H e nG l.LwOL.ll **n**3r... 5 1- 1 rime,.o .100 .. 12 50 ls 75 Fair.B.. listere .... 3 4 Atlailalnk.. ...... l 10 0 a75 pe4 t9d1
Bordeaux, rnd Nlat..T.O I 00. Do. Virginia do. .a4-.l - 1 LEA, Pig ...... 0 American ...........5- 4....1 2 73 7..11 7 9
.arsilles ...... . Ii Tick ing 2a4-4,.....- 10 1 B rri...........b. 4 46 TGerman ...... ...... 9 1 41.:1 819 7709 8:
S at ito Fran. 114 27 3 Stripes ndcheks.. 10 e s,... .- 1 do 4 50 5 Se,........... .. none. -1 9 902 overn........ 4 1










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.............. .. Denim .......... .. 1 2 Western,. ...bbl. - Brandy.Champag.e,. 1 6C2 31. 2 3 1 .. 817, .. a 21 per5 t..
Stock r ... ....- .. Coitto.iad _........ 11 Thomasto .......... ---0 1 n5 -Bordeaux ..00... 8I9... 1 .7..... .... 2 '7
seraint,.si..i....... ...... Stinr............ -- 37- 75 oLASEs,in City...gal. 25 -30 American.... 30 3 7741 -' 1 201 7 138
Brearin -O1.77 14759 73.. .5 2.043 374982 38 .47
bnte ,,, ....... ..... .... CalicoPn. ....... 7 On Plantltion..i ..... -- Gin, olland. Dr ....... 100 .. 1
H rtkr.,........... ..... Jeans, Kentucky,... 738 NAILS, 4d a 4..... lb.. -- I American,........ 30 Statem of Cotton.
om en burg, .. ...... 6 Linsysentky,.. 28 -2 NAVAL. STRE, Tar,bd. 3 0 325 Rum, Jama... .. 25 1 8 toekon hand st Sept., 186 ........ Bales 5 49
a ;r..... .. Line ys, Ekstern,... 18..- 18 2..... 2- 7 - N E.ngland,. .. r.. dur:ngtbe pste Ie ........ a3:Sod
TotaltN.ofEurope. 81 7504 59 DAPE, RussiaB'd,pee. 1 60 170 Rosin ............... 1 2 5 New Orleans,. 3 3 rrvedel ............ 736--330
Spain and Gbraltar. .... 114 101 43 Duc, Russia ....poe. 14 00 20 00 Spirits Turp'ne,...gal. 45 50 Whiskey, IRectified,.. 1 20743
Arica ......... ....... i English .: .. ........ 11 00 15 rih 0 o Exported past wee .. ........... R2 ._._
estndier........-....- RaCens,...n........ 7 00 LLinseed .. gall. 55 60 Alcohol, ...... :....... 45 Expor ed pvilounsli ....... ...... 6773i a --ln
Legborn, Trusats, ... 3.176 2i5 American .......yd. -- 3~ Frbasket ..2 bottles 3 00 45 TALLw,l n. rond'd l. Stock on hand and n ship-boad ..... R.Bales -n4839
totall ier F.Ports. 18 1 7 7 DyES, Logw'd, Canpc'y 22 00 23 00 Olive. casks....gall. 100 1 10 TEAS, Imperial,. .... 45 ..
__._I - St Domingo, 1300 14 00 Sperm, Winter,...... 110 120 Gunpowder .... ..- 45 .. 62 Statement of Tobacco.






















nwch lr.n, .. .. ...... l. ,. _! .. r| | ..r '. f l..3. Fr 4 1847.|_1846
4wYorks,..1... ..... 036 115 Fustic........... ton. 15 00 16 00 Fall, .......... 100 10 Hyson............... 40 .. 5 Stock on Flnd, lst SepL,1846 .... Hd.....Hds. 17046
Be ..-30 1714 .... 917 Indigo ..........l. 85 Summer. 1 0 Y'ngHyson, Cant-me, ne Arrived during the past weck ........... '89
B tioladelp ........... 9 q21 M der ............. 1 05 Summer ..... Yung yen ason ... e, rrived previously ............. ...... 52-284-54023
Philnltv............184 301i 47 adder-............- 12 38 Whale, refined,......- 45 65 Young yson.........- 20 50
Rilondr, P ork. ol. FEATHERS, LiveAm.lb. -8 Lard oil ............- 50 0 ysSki ........... 4 .. 55 71069
Other Ports..........61 7 FLOUR, Ohioetc. supfe, 4 75 550 Tanners,....... bb. 12 00 14 00 Souch'g. Powch'g, &c. 45 Exported deurint pst week ......... 3916
F '.. ... .. i Il. ;n fl.; .: L ,,, 4 5 1 1 i.,...........gaR 70 75 TIN, Block, Banca, ...lb. 28 Exported previously. .................. 4Z-44
t,. Lr, ,.5 Ps i I ONSn S ..... .. bbl. Plates, I X ..... b. box 50 Stckon lad ....................... Hhd 0. 26461
6111t D Tli I..L .i H., C,, .. ..... I "' 1 lIess, Nr'thern.. one. IoACco .......... lb.
Sugnr nui i'lolae-". A,,acki r. I No. i... .LI !If 1 i N i Western,.. 15 50 15 75 Choice& SegarLeaf 6 .12 ates of Specie Bank No tes etc
-- ...... ) hlf bbl,.. Fin n................ 4 C e en ....... 3a 4. per cL dis
..O ,......3 5 P rime...........12 50 2 75 Fair................. 4 Atvhf ida7yaFlnna.............-.-.70 a76 pei c iS
DRHfr[NTON. I ZLlR. I, OL,' i ,.rrrn ... .....L. ...-- 1 f. Beef.... .... Common........... 3 t.......r.-74 a75 petrrrtds
S i............ 2 23 mprolefen.t..............84 6 .8 percltdi
I, iT, ALrr' olt b. -- I 11 Cargo .....--- Inferio ........... inli o. .... ..... a10 rtdi
..,. ... ..... I "_7 ,_-H,,r.il..... r, Fied.3 5. 6 TwINx.Bling....... 12 .14 Municipanlit.N .... 4ere.
-,,.il~lp.:h ,M.L.. .. .. .. .. .. -," i y.Tnguies;_...doz 4 50 500 Seine................ overeigs ............... $4 8 .i i eac
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G Aat Brwar......I I ConmpinrnhIie InlenellIIt Or thie leceipll, Expo-ri@ ntlli tlotks-of COTTON, nt Ithe rOellnwiig plnjae at ie ilie l annexed...........

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--f1c I.. F 'Im Id I 17 184 ,, 7. 1I 1 6.
F- lo.r, Pork. Baero lln nd Lnl'd 7 \ L W 'L . *.. ...i. ..i .. ... "- -,, .. 1. 40,10 19,03
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WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT,
Ii .. c '. ,- . I ,rtdy mnormn from tbe
7.., t .. . ' , . ." No. o0 Clamp street.
NF' V.ORLL ; IT 1_11. I . i' STi l 1 -17.

COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY.

Friday Night, August 13, 1847.
Tbeuaiversal lack of excitement in the gene -al
commercial market, during the space that has iri
tervened since the date of our last weekly review,
has been only such as might naturally be expect-
ed at this, the literally dull season in New Or-
leans. Transactions to a very moderate c r. nr
have taken place. and the amount of ihese, in the
aggregate, would. comparatively speaking, only
give tte air of retail ope-ations. The Money
ma'--:ct has remained in a like easy condition, as
previously noticed; whilst the fo,-mer occasional
bubbling of the stream of capital, somewhat d;-
rec'cd to invotes cents in Stocks t',.: f.r I ..;.
nowending, been placid and 1rdJil: .:...1. T11.
Banks, in general, have pursued the even tenor of
Ih.. n i, -ru,.Jlr.; such facilities to merchants
as a healthy policy would dictate; whilst the few
who have had to resort to out-door accommoda-
lions, have obtained them at ordinary rates on the
street.
The arrival at New York of rn-i .m,:,.'t.-j
steamship Washingon, and the accounts received
by her, in conjunction with those brought by the
1: .I:1. and French steamers, of live days late:
drolt sri, n i.: rTu -.gton's, have had but trilling
f 1..,l ...rn IL,. ar::. of trade here. The Cotton
market remains in the same quiet state as tour
last notice, whilst a :gradual diminution of the
stock on hand ]T :.r.i- .- w,., .'':, with amode.
raic demand.
The arrival here. during the week, of 16 bales
in all, of the new crop, gives an earnest of the
..ppr,''.-I, r,. ., z r,.::,:3 -i :.- 'I i V. I 1r. l -. r,
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supervened since nlst week, in the Stock market
are comprised, in the following purchases: 200
shares Commercial Bank, at 31 ; 500 shares City
Bank, (deliverable on the 15th proximo, dividend
on), at par; 100 shares Canal Bank, at 90; 250
shares Mechanics' and Traders' Bank, at 45
Stocis, generally speaking, are firm, and the limit
ed operations must not be taken as any evidence
of a lack of confidence in these securities. Oui
quotations.annexed, give a fair representation o
their market value:
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altered. ' i .1-,:e .-,z,.:r r anl i:.trI i:. e,
13 per cent discount; Consolidated, 3 @ 5 per
cent. discount; Exchange and Atchafalaya. no
minal; Third Municipality Notes, 7 i 9 per cent
discount. .
In Texas Securities there have only lieen one
or two transactions, and those for small amounts.
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c .,n r. -nd o .,, [,, r,.h ,:r f "iT Ir i .. r ,1 ..-.rc- 11o
need. For Red Backs, 14 1 15; Interest
Notes. 17 1 18; Eight Per Cent Bonds. 23 'a 24;
Ten Per Cent Bonds, 25' ~i26c. on the'dollar
The amount nowin market is in few hands.

T E 0 IAIKETS.
', Friday N tgi., XA ast 13, 18417.
COTI'0OjN- \,. .: % .Ii1 .r: tile past week, ot
ILo. .-r ,.., r,.j ir.,.. pi.- : hales, including l 6
bales new crop; North Alabama and Tennessee,
395-together, 613 bales. Cleared in the snme
time, for Liverpool, 12,(i73 bales: Clagows 148;


Havre, o535; Marseilles, 150; Gottenburg. 1004: $5 25 $6 00 bbl. for St. Louis brands. These HEMIP.-Themarket for this article, since our
Genoa, 354; Tampico, 300 (600 half bales); New rates may be considered the quotations, although I"strel)nrr 1, hbee, ipiet; more from the fact of
York, 1070; Philadelphia. 5-together, 18,23 bales, some small lots are being sold at higher and lower I-,. .'...'r''.,-','d'' .. N.,ri., ..,, r o m .I.o
making a reduction in stock, of 17,626 bales, and rates, according to quality. Arrived during the .r..... . .,1. .,,,,.: In. I. I.i
leaving on hand, inclusive of allon shipboard-not past week, 3803 bbl Cleared in the same time, ir b t ,-, ..i , .] 11.1.,, .. -,nl
cleared this day, a stock.ofl48.299 bales. Ior Liverpool. 3340 bble.; ,.,I .... *',.r... ipt si r a vo I'~ .. I-.
Tha Cotton market since the date of our last 350; Havre, 2323; Sisal .,. C.'.I.. ...I. ., ,, , ,I 45 bales. .I I ..i. .r. t.
report, has again.exhibited a very quiet character. Kingston, :Ja.) 926; Boston. 507; Philadelphia, r '... l ,... l I ..i., 1.r
the total sales of the week having only amounted 489; Charleston, 100; other ports, 1051-together, 16Boston, 462; ;I I .: il l-*.-; l
04-111 i'C-.. : w rbr:esr.. En. i ttote 9890bbis.
,-. ,,,',:. i, o,,,-: lr.I:,,,, ,: ,r.Jtotle 9380bbls. .Exported'during the past week. bales::.. 774
-,r1. Ju'v I.;i' f Hc: 1, I p.. 1 r.:-, ,l,.j mar- I: I N '1 1. -The only sales of this article Exported previously ..... -e .. ...... 50267
l.. i .. L .. I ... pr,, ed r l! we have been table to learn of.
noapparenteTeetheie: and rom thelimited de t., -I '., .. I.-,..',, II. B Total since st Septemb.W t 846 T... 5101
mand that prevails, it is augured that very few BAGGING AND ROPE.-We nt, ,,
< orders have been received. Factors, however, A.IN -- 1.. rp.,r i -. ..,.. 11. 1.- l. ].' b
c-.'.rI. .u.? r .t* -i. l -. 1 ...r .i. illds, a ld th e 1' ,. ,' I ... ,,' . . . '. .l i i l ..J i ' R e.' I,.
I:..: n ..r. on ~ : ,,,:. ,., I m ly, thatnoi :, ...i ,i .. i, . .I l.: .- .. I 7.ird; 6- 1 r I ..... .
,i .."i : : ,.r. ... n. it ., ... |. e d .... I t f L .l1, 1 .,. .I ,r, ,.. ,r I o p a t 7 , 1,. r u. ,- mc x... I. ,-r
1: ,-l.r I. t ,'.- ,. i, .. crop have l L l. '" i ';..I i .
been received. viz: 2 from East Feliciana, quality Il. i .I ,I. I1 "1 i . .
I. I'. -I hi ., ll i I" -. I:'., 1 : I r 1r I IT %t . 1 -I.I I, .. . pP. i .
",, to -t v ,ru, Lr% .: 1.r ^, i : 1 TI,.,-: I,,,. been but few transa-
and 6 bales from Red I. .cr ..- r,'.:r ,. r .' -. t, .-.. .. r l ho in the Coftee market inc t' it. f.-r
rned. L t.- I, itions in thCo market ll.. a. f'h -
.Th transact.ons' I ,1- : : 'It P'. -.,,,'i '*: . ll ''.-" ,, ''I; ". IrI-.Il .-i" :iT. I., q Th stoc .on
The .tran actions- 1 .. .. .i-- i.. 1- -. I-, .: r . . 1 i... ' at about 4500 bags,
warrantusinchang -. ; L... r,...... r,.. t, i .r,, .. second h .r -.. .. i ,.. ... ul..r... ...a..i
In.. .L '... r ,.l. .. .. C! .1 . ll U i re. In ..r . i-"l .r I I.: ..... nI I '-
l, ,. ".',_ ;,i, ,1 , i rn ,,: .. .i ,? -' ,. I .. i L I ' .. .[ c n o re In .'r. i, .j, f '. h : i .r'. ..i .. ,
1 I. .. r . l e ha Lha ne o

the ports since the st Septemaber, e hibit a de L .I ". .r our last. As regards price .: ri..- 'I-' L, i:..
crease, as c: l -.,i. l w ith last year, (.' 1.11 ..t I T ..I. .I.:.. w ( ..i elphi 1866; 0,' r''i .. r q -'-.'.,1 "'i I I i
bales. The exports to. Crest E -itin d rig the 'l ; r. l 2t,499sack ... i. r .I. '' . ,,
sameperiod, show 1. F, .. ,-.r 289,066; those i '. 0 Ir. Ioi ,..6.- -- sales of 6100o ,.
to France, of 117.4A2. t ,: ..r..l those to other ,'..-i -im.. ,,. ,, 71 -in....,, *:r. .. WHlIKEY.-Forthe pastweek tie m market has
foreign ports, of 23, t i ,i .: denciency in .* .. to present the si.'. -b. 1 ,. i. ; t
F , the slesalhbace ... tI i- ,. I I III .
in the receipts at tb:s.port, aga:ost last year, l tr, 1 n... .- r .,i. .- l ,.. ,.. to snall lots, at 19 1& 20c.
a.nounts tot lt 73bales. -: : -I.I ... ,. .. .., . .. ..-.. _. ,- 1 .... I o. Dexter's brlnd sold'at22c.
The sales of the week, w-ich a'nount to 4- I ti. r : I. 1.. I .., 1. ..,, .. ls .; cleared in 1,. ... I, N.' ..
bales. are no,:ced in the fo:owing particul.. i. ".,. I r. I i, Arrime, 7 @- 7 350bbls.; Charleston. 100; other ports, 149-to-
1612bales North Alabama, at-; 1030 do. at : .. i, ', '- ,r 9 bl. .red in t same getier, 99 bls.
S-r LEAD.--We Ihave Is. . c.r- : I-.f T.ead
470 do. Tenessec, at -- 40 do.. Lov 'sana :..- .;.. 'I r -C . .. 1 I *.. I 4 bbls.; Galves since ourlnat report. II: ... p, I I .,:n ton
SMissisippi. at 10; .20 do. at 90; 114 do. at o10I; iio o.i 1 ii l, I a, -- ..r. 4 hhds. and 11 a very lair extent, and the demand seems to have
do. at-; 200 do; Alabamas. at -: 70 do. at -s 46 HAVANA SUGARS.-No sales worthy of note suddenly died o, The last lot sold was at 8350
dA.V LA,,, ,d ,r our lh, st, P 100 lb.. -f I '. r '.o- ;ved during the
I.. ... ti I , l., r, 1 -r sinc, our past week, .c F, ,. I. I.,'I .1 the same time,
.T.s ,1 Iil i.i,I) 't.1 I d." ,i til .; I11, ; :i''ra '. h.1' ,.'r.r"r','; of osto pr. o P -l,,,r; ,.. .:III "- : 'I *' rii ;1 o;: Buos.
Sdo. at 10C; 2 do.tw crop, at--; and 20 baes nan- report, we have heard of no sales f o classes o ,f ."' I ,1. -: ., ,, t ,, Il taken

S Liverpool Classificalon. for Prime; and 96 1 2Sc: galll;n, for Inferior , i ', ,'. ine, delivered. No
Fs :rvit,,r" l.Iaaudlo s5liwtpi I Tc 'Oness dnit a ba ma. .r., ....,lj., ; -' ,.. d,, ..r ,:".[l t l l. : I' , .j ii l C Jl delivere,. .O
al r0ot toI O.. v 1. Z. I...a '
s 'F a II ;' *r r 1"1 E '-.1li lb-lC - .. r er, i, r,, s. .vity has
I, ,, "' ' oderageLrsFt ill I- F -Trr ,. hr r,.- ; r.. .,.r . , h n I, l .I tr,- I .n Irnrli:t during
. I-oo ............. :m-,I. r... ... .rt i.: ... the past week, and the rates have advanced in
.oIa- n ...........
: ," - .I t,.eu e pn ,ces.... ,. . .: ..: I1. . ,. *..nt : .: a r.' -
, a";p ,. Prim e M ess, or:'" ;;?.Pr, ;at $17 50 'n I ., .rh,; I. ,.. r,,,,,.,: ,,? [ [,ii : -, I, l..,i, '.F
S" ' 1i transaction in this articl-e .i -. i. i, i.:."" '- : ,.' .
r r, V.,J ,,, ... 1i,,: p ,,-. Ir, .. r , r 1 -:, '
f IT \cr,:,- T transactions ; this article C I,- ,.,- .1 I ;.,.-. r, vI, F.a I ,, It
T 1.i': .'' 11, ..r, i,:, l ",r -I ['d .Ia J, ,,, the
1 .: l.[ i. l. beeatoaveryl'-nited extent, i-)r !.-l .:. r ,.r r..., r- 1 r r. r ,,
I., .' i 'i r .-..r- : d It. ,, 1.1.... ,1 111 lila ited busi .. ,I ,, ,.I, I r. IIt F Il I,' I:- l r I.o iF reportt; ve notice
.1 ., r tp- Mess : ,n, -' i :,,. :r, ,, i .,.. ,iz: i ship for Bris-
i h, ,: *,,.l~ h t-, h rb,', ;i -: ,,' i" ;" 1.'.1 ,'I ,-..,:, t., i .Ih ,.,... a r,.i_ ,,,n I'. 1, 1 Ft, .F ,-,Fs,,.l,_ .1, lot- ri..,,,, a ship
duced. and from all we could leanm, is not estl. but: I.,," .I.. ,, ,i1 r.r r L,. i i, for C .-r a ship
mated over 00hhds. There i also less demand, the tr.-,i- o: .- i F o:te l :- Ir t: 1I : i r,,,,:.i..- ,r I I I ..r,,. for Tobacco; and
ut we notice no alteration n pries. Amongst Undertheae r,, .,,:. : : I ,', ;r, -.,,; ;. I ,,,r at d.a f lr
S: .c. .,. .r F, ..I. da -.J I r- I. ., r .i.- t i 'r '

and h!i..I -1.7. .:.J .11 ..- '. I.... ; ,] . .1 1 I H
r21 dn. F. . -I *a .', .. 1 1. .- II. .1... i.. , C. i .. ., .. D
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do.ati3ie.P lb. .The balance was in small lots, : . ...p ...' .. .' ,l :,
theb particulars of. whichwe didn't obtain. W e r .., ,I. ', ,, ir r, t i I -' i .- - a
Continue ourprevious particulars, viz: Inferior, 2 r.:i,, ,:. nr ..-. : ,r ..'.. t.h, r ,,', le'"'-, ", r ,' 'h r
1 2j; Common.2 0j 3J; Fair3,1 1 4 ; Fine, 4 5 :pr I- 1. i. A 1 . . I I I a ,
5tsChoiceand Selections, 6 7; Segar Leaf,24.- r 1.m , I' I ts. H J, ,o I . .. ... ...
12.c; lb. .\rr.- .1.ariur. the pastweek,789 \,,,l-.3 j r..r *, .. .i--. C- t r. ..
bhds. Cleared in the same time, forLiverpool, in sT i.: I ,,. i-r H, -,r. i .-- i t '. i ,.i I.... "... .. t
92 bhhds.; Marseilles, 114;1 Bremen.;: 2l (-.l.lr, phi, 47; Charleston, 22; other ports 23-together. I .
.burg, 394; Alicante, 1564; Cadiz, 250; New York, LARD.-At the date of our last report, we ': .. .
331. i r' ..r. P,,I f -i.li., .154; Charleston. 6 noticed but little movement in this article, and I. "
-. l. I i L. r--kli in warehouses ant .- I '';" "' I InteriortoPrime,7 lc. ..
:on shipboard. 26,461 hhs. i tr..F,,.. a seek there has bn more i .' ....
FLOUR.--;, r:.. l-,.: date of our last report, but I t .' .n1 F- i .. : P. , ',
a very moderate amount of business has been t I.. ..I ,l, rior o Fl a. .:. I
V 4b. 'he stock of Inferior to Fair-No. Q a .1'., .I' a['.I -
done in the Flour market, and the upward ten- I,;a, r..- r fi,. .i I-nf T .".I Fr Ir 1..:... I .'' .
dency then 'n..ti A . ... n rr,'. m ; f ... w ay, r:.: :r li, i. .,. ,, ..r,. ,ja t.i i.. >. i .- . ,, ,,
althoc2gh good fresh -. ,a I i.,11 rr.,In -rd our t-..." : -ii i i a ,,,r . ., .. . ,',,.,I
I..: "-,- 4 a- I, IA i4 RL7; C.JP ,, r, n] ',.,,.....i .
.,.,'..... quotations. i .i o rc .,o m rr... r br,- "i Ft l .A 1 ,- ,
in a great measure,caused thisstay inthemarket. C- .- .:- : r..I F ri I ': I... I.... I,. I I
and buyc.e, at present,.evince no iaclinat:on t .: ' I. I "' ", ,' ,.
whatever to operate. The total sales or week IHAY.-Owing to 011- ",, -.,1.,1 :f h .. .... -[ h..- .. r1r '.
alo o 0 '01 ticle in first hands "l -.1- J, 'r. -e :,,,,, .
amount to about 6000 bbls., at frotm $1 50 a taken place. and we notice a sale yesterday of ......
;$ 73 for Ohio, $4 75 1 $5 25 for Illinois, and tons Western, at $2500 ton. , .,
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IN aTESTIMONY WHEREOF, I e, a hereunto subscribed y name, and affixed
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