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PRICES CURRENT, June 21, 1815.

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£. s. d. American pot-ash, per cwt. 3 10 pearl

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Barilla

Brandy, Cogniac,bond.gal. 0 6
Camphire, refined lb. 0
Ditto unrefiued.. cwt.16

Cochineal, garb. bond. lb. 2 0

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Ditto, East-India
Coffee, fine bond....cwt. 5
Ditto ordinary
3
Cotton Wool, Surinam, lb. 0
Jamaica.. 0
Smyrna
Ditto East-India 0
Currants, Zant....cwt.. 4
Elephants' Teeth

Ditto

Ditto

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Scrivelloes

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Flax, Riga
........ ton 90
Ditto Petersburgh
Galls, Turkey.... cwt. 13
Geneva, Holl. bond. gal., 0
Ditto, English........ 0
Gum Arabic, Turkey,cwt. 8
Hemp, Riga,...... ton 60 0
Ditto Petersburgh
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Indigo, Caraccas

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lb. 0 11 Ditto East-India .... 0 Iron British bars.. ton 14.10 Ditto Swedish c.c.N.D. 23

Ditto Swed. 2nd sort 14.0 Lead in pigs... tod 26 0 Ditto red ..... ton 27 Leadwhite Logwood chips

Madder, Dutch crop,cwt. 5 15 0

Mahogany ft. 0.1 Oil, Lucca..24 gal. jar 18 Ditto spermaceti .. ton 70 Ditto whale ........ 31 Ditto Florence, chest 3 Pitch, Stockholm..cwt. 1 Raisins, bloom....cwt. 5 Rice, Carolina.... 0 .... Rum, Jamaica bond gal. O Ditto Leeward Island

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Saltpetre, East-India,cwt. 4 10 0
Silk, thrown, Italian, lb. 29
Slk, raw, .. Ditto
Tallow, Russia, white
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Ditto Madeira

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Ditto Calcavella

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Ditto Sherry....... butt 35 Ú 0
Ditto Mountain
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Ditto Claret......hugs 20 0 0 70 0

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Insurance Companies.

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County
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Eagle 501. sh. 51. pd.
Globe

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Andaver.
Birmingham
Chesterfield
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.Div. 6..... 100
Chelmar and Blackwater......
Crinan

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Navigable Canal Property, Dack Stock,
Fire-Office Shares, &c. June 24.

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London Ship

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Warwick & Birming. Div. 147. 270
Worcester and Birmingham.. 40
Docks.
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Surry 30 gs.

Bridges.

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Union Fire and Life 1001. sh.
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Grand Junction.
Kent (old)
Lambeth..
Manchester and Salford
Portsmouth & Farlington...
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London Premiums of Insurance,

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At 15s. 9d. to 11. Poole, Exeter, Dartmouth,
Plymouth, and Falmouth,

At 15s. 9d. Yarmouth, Hull, and Newcastle
At 1 g. to 13 g. Dublin, Cork, Waterford,
Newry, Bristol, Chester, and Liverpool.
At
France;
At 1 g. Gottenburgh. Home ·

At 2 to 2gs. Madeira, ret. 27. 29. Home 8 gs.
At 4gs. East-India, Comp. ships.
At 4 gs. Gibraltar, returns 2; Cadiz, Lisbon,
Oporto; Home the same, ret. 2 gs, for convoy.
At 2 to 24gs. Leeward Islands.
Cape of Good Hope, Africa, Malaga, 6gs. r.3 gs.
Home the same

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29,6260 Showry
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,8157 Cloudy
92 56 Showry
30,10 6 Cloudy
,22 74 Fair
,05 61 Fair
29,95 62 Fair

,900 Rain
,88 56 Fair
30,08 42 Cloudy

MEAT.

Beef mut. veal. pork lam.

04 46 Showry Smithfield, per stone of 8lb. to sink the Offal. 29,95 51 Fair ,85 56 Fair ,58 58 Showry ,48 36 Showry ,56 49 Fair ,64,56 Cloudy 380 61 Fair ,87,85 Fair ,84 80 Fair ,68 57 Stormy 552 46 Stormy 33 36 Showry 76 56 Fair ,80 60 Fair

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A1 3 gs. Western Isles, home 5gs
At 3 gs. Jamaica, with convoy ; return 14. Paris, 1 d. d.
Home 8 gs. ret. 4 gs.

Ditto, 2 us.

Madrid

At 3 gs. Brazils, home 7gs.

At 8g3. East-Indies, out and home.-

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POTATOES.
Kidney...... 5 00 Ox Nobles
Champions 4 0 0 Apple
ONIONS, per Bushel, 2s 0d to 3s 6d

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WHEAT.

5,017 quarters average 67s 1d 1,762

... 65s 740 .... 66s 1ld 64s 33d

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FLOUR.

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12,528 Sacks, average 649
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SUGAR.

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Lumps ordinary or large 32 to 40 lbs... 140s
Fine or Canary, 24 to 30 lbs. ...
Loaves, fine..
Powder, ordinary, 9 to 11lbs..
COTTON TWIST.
May 21. Mule 1st quality, No. 40 3s. 2d.
-No. 120 8s. 6d.

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-2d quality, No. 40 3s.
Discount-12 to 15 per cent.

COALS, delivered at 13s. per chald. advance
Sunderland.
Newcastle.
46s 6d to 00 0 41s 0d to 50 6
43s Od 45 6 41s 6d 510
42s. 6d.
44 6 39s Od 50.9
43s 3d 44 0 37s 6d
LEATHER.

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21d

Butts, 50 to 561b.
Crop hides for cut. 23d
Dressing Hides. 22
45lb. per doz. 36s
Ditto 50 to 70.. 56s
Flat Ordinary 20d Seals, Large.......... 9
SOAP; yellow, 90s.; mottled 100s.; curd 104s.
CANDLES; per doz. 12s. 6d. ; moulds 14s. 24
Course of Exchange.

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Amsterdam, us. 30.6 Leghorn
43 Palermo, per oz. 135d.
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Ditto at sight
Rotterdam

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30-0 Genoa

-9-7 Venice,

28-2 Naples

28-3 Lisbon 19-40 Oporto 19.60 Dublin 43 Cork 43

Cadiz,

Agio Bank of Holland, 2 per cent.
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THE

LITERARY PANORAMA,

National Register :

For AUGUST, 1815.

AND

Notices,

PROSPECTIVE AND RETROSPECTIVE,
BRITISH and FOREIGN.

NATIONAL and PARLIAMENTARY | although under that very obedience he

himself may suffer controul, or incur a slight and temporary detriment.

Distinct communities, as institutions merely, have no radical obligation toward each other; but are in the state of men absolutely free. Neither has any one a natural right to reduce others to the condition of subjugation. Nevertheless, all civilized communities pique themselves on consulting the good of the whole connection, of which they form a part; they willingly relinquish, or rather exchange, a portion of their absolute rights, to receive the same accommodation from others, their equals in the eye of reason, honor, and virtue. Hence originates what is usually denominated the "Law of Nations: " ing, regulations assented to for general benefit; rules for the conduct of mutual na-intercourse, not enforced by the law of the strongest, but protecting the weakest against the most powerful.

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OFFICIAL PAPERS

RELATING TO REGULATION OF THE
ROMAN CATHOLICS.
No. 1. Ordered to be printed, May 1814.
No. II. Ordered to be printed, July 1814.

That there is an honest sense in which "all men are equal," may frankly be allowed. In fact, it never was denied by the judicious and steady opposers of that prolific source of misery, the proclamation of Liberté et Egalité, the curse of Gallic infatuation, soi-disant "The Rights of Man." By ture no man is superior to his fellow man; but, contemplated as a social being, the relations of life vary the comparative state of every one, and he may be either superior, inferior, or equal.

These principles are obvious and undeniable-but, the existence of a community within a community, is an ob

Become a component part of a com-ject of a totally different kind: at once munity, the citizen has relinquished a dependent and independent: national, portion of the enjoyments attached yet alien: governed by the same laws, to a state of absolute liberty, and, yet governed also by laws of its own, it instead of consulting his own individual is a solecism of that heterogeneous nabenefit, ex animo, according to the im- ture, which can only be endured, in a pulse of his own heart, or the decisions well-governed state, under very peculiar of his mere will, exclusively, he now is and favourable circumstances. It may bound, to admit the welfare of the com- be admissible, or it may not be admismunity into his contemplation, and to sible; it may be innocent, or it may be seek his own advantage in conformity to noxious: it may be weak and inert, or, the general laws which extend their on the contrary, it may be active and protection over the whole. For, it is powerful. In proportion as it is weak evidently much better for mankind,-it and inert, it is safe to the general inis an incalculable gain to the race at terest: in proportion as it is strong and large, that the whole association should active, it is dangerous and unmanage be greatly benefited by his obedience; able. VOL. II. Lit. Pan. New Series, Aug. 1.

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A community that professes obedience to a power without the general community, is dangerous to the state; for, who will insure that this community shall never receive injunctions diametrically opposite to those which the general community has thought proper to adopt?-And, if it be dangerous to the state, it is no less distracting to the individual; for who will give him that counsel which shall guide his actions? shall he adhere to this, or to that? shall he violate his obedience here, or there What a situation, at once pitiable, and embarassing!—to an ingenuous mind, how anxious! how distressing!

The PANORAMA has, on all occasions, raised its voice for liberty; for religious liberty neither a Mussulman, nor a Jew, has it so much as despised, much less persecuted; never has it, with the Holy Inquisition, cried out, as at an Auto da Fé, "Let the Dogs' beards be singed!"

These, and such like considerations have led the potentates of the earth to view with extreme jealousy whatever communities in their dominions acknowledged obligations of obedience to any foreign power. If those obligations were political, they expressly allowed such institutions to settle in their counNever may such exclamation stain its try only on certain terms, and on wellpages! Nevertheless, if the number defined conditions. Perhaps, no nation of Mahometans, or of Jews, in our counhas at this time a greater number of try, amounted to millions ;-if they profactories in foreign parts than our own : fessed obedience to the mandates of a but, which of these is not the creature Mufti, or a Kadi-el-Esker, at Constan- of convention? and why? because those tinople, or of a High Priest established admitted to conduct them profess obeat Jerusalem;-if they formed one body dience to a foreign power. But, if animated with the same sentiments, di- those obligations were religious, the rected by the same head, capable of the duty of the Government has not been same movement as to object, as to time, therefore annulled every Government as to means, we should think comhas found its safety in superintending mon prudence would justify the country its own rights; in supporting its own laws; occasion dein taking proper measures for securing in exerting, as the public peace, in proportion to themanded, its own force, in order that it possible power of these people, and to might be enabled to maintain its own the extent of their connections. Their peace and dignity, and to be really, as number, so far from becoming an argu- well as nominally, independent, as well ment in their favour, should they de-of religious as of political foreigners. mand certain privileges, no matter of what kind, acts in a manner directly the reverse, and demonstrates the propriety, rising to necessity, of national vigilance and firmness.

community within the National Community, we should be the first to recommend to observation: for what conscience has a community, as such? Where are its rights defined ? Where are its powers limited? Who is to check the operations of this community, if they overleap the bounds of propriety? Who is to suppress the extravaganzas of this community, if they encroach on the rights of its neighbours ? Individuals may be brought to justice; or they may be enlightened by reason: but who shall bring to justice a community; or who shall hope to enlighten a formidable body without a rational soul?

Do we mean by this, to interfere with their religious sentiments,-to detract in any measure from the free exercise of their worship, to diminish the rights of conscience? No: the rights

On the subject before us, it is wise to consult the conduct of neighbouring sates. The Pope, as a religions person, the head of the Church upon earth, the Vicar-General of the Son of God, assumes the power of governing the conscience of every individual Catholic to whatever state he may be politically subject. Before such an one, he sets the terrors of eternal damnation in case of disobedience ;—of mi

of conscience appertaining to each indi-sery infinite in duration and degree, in vidual, we would be the last upon earth that state to which every son of Adam to diminish; but the motions of this is hastening with all the rapidity of

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