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Prices for Board a British

Home Con. Ship for Exporthe banues no 327

duty paid. tation. SUGAR-Double refined loaves) 1945

141 a 154s. 92 a 1058. Hambro and Turkey do.

El 112 a 125 68 a 83 Single and powder loaves

106 a 118 65 a 77 Good and fine lumps

2! 10:

108 a 1.7 67 a 76 Brown and middling ditto

Muscovado sugars pay a duty of Crushed lumps

27s. per cwt. and clayed 32s. per 102 a 116 62 a 65 cwt. for refining or home con

63 a 67 Brown candy

sumption ; and for exportation
the refined receive a bounty, and

13d. Molasses

81 a 10d. the raw and clayed a drawback 27 a 28%. 28 a 29s. Muscovadoes-Fine Jam.

equal to the full duty paid for 76 a 83 50 a 57 Good do. of other islands home consumption.

73 a 81

49 a 54, Brown and middling

65 a 74 38 a 481 Fine clayed

65 a 10 East Indian White and fine East India Sugars pay 375. per cwt. duty.

85 a 102 Brown and yellow

48 a 70

32 a 44 Havannah_Fine white Brown and yellow These are only imported for re

59 a 69 exportation. Being the growth !!!! 42 a 55 Brazil White and fine of foreign plantations, they are Brown and yellow subject to such heavy duties as

50 a 60

BE226a COFFEE_St Dom. mid & fine home consumption.

are equal to a prohibition for


70 a 76 Do. ordinary and good

2069 a 70 Porto Rico, Hav. and Brazil

66 a 72 Cheribon, Java, and Bourbon

102s 8d. per cwt.

72 a 76 Mocha

100 a 110 Demerara, Dominica, &c. fine

72s 4d.

85 a 90 Do. ordinary, mid. and good

68 a 76 Jamaica, fine

90 a 100 Do. ordinary, mide and good

66 a 80 RUM-Jamaica

11s. 7d. per gal.

2s 100 a 3s 10d. Other Islands

2s. 3d. a 2. 7d. PIMENTO

91d. per lb.

7} a

8 PEPPER-Company's black Privilege and light do,

ls. 102


7 a 74 TOBACCO-Fine Virginia

10 a 12 Do. Maryland

38. 2d.

9 a 12 Ordinary quantities

5 a 8 WINE_Port

£52 10
per pipe of 138 gal.

331. a 50%. Sherry 48 0


25 a 56 Madeira 425


55 a 75 Lisbon 52 10


38 a 40 Spanish red 480

126 CĪaret

25 10
per hhd. of 60 -

10 a 12 RICE_Carolina

36s. a' 40s. East India

26 a 28 COTTON WOOL-Pernambu.)

1s. 11d. a 2s.Od. Maranham and Bahia 8s. 7. per 100 lbs.

1 10 a 1 10% West India, Demerara, &c. imported in British,

1 ya 2 0 Fine Sea Island Portuguese, or A.

2 4 a 2 80 New Orleans merican ships, and

22 Bowed Georgia 25s. 6d. in others.

18 20 Bengal, Surat and Smyrna SPICES_Cloves

5s. 7d.

a 4. 3 Mace

9s. 2d.

70 a 10 2 Cinnamon

8 10 a 120 Nutmegs

5s. 5d.

4 3 a 5 9 Cassia

£14 per cwt.

101. a 127. 10s. TEA-Bohea and com. Congou

2s.6d. a 2s. 9d. Congou, middling and good

2 10. a 3 5 Souchong do.

96 per cent, on the Twanky sale price.

2 11 3 3 Hyson Skin or Bloom

12 10 a 45 Hyson, good and fine

4 4 a 5 8. TALLOW_St Peter. yel. cand. 3s. 2d dutypercwt. (percwt. 52s. a 53s. Dow white and

do. import in a British

51 a 52
South American 2,
ship,and3s.ld. For

52 a 53 HEMP-Riga, Rhine,&St Peter £9. 2 1 BS per ton. 401. a 42 321. à 311.'! clean & half clean &outshot 10 5 10 FS

39 a 38 29 a 30 Flax PDR. and PTR.

0 7 11 BS

63 a 67 63 a 67 St Petersburg 12 head

0 11 10 SF

52 a 55 52 a 55


The whole of these articles are generally sold by the merchants at the exportation prices, and
when intended for home consumption the buyers pay the duties affixed, which, added to the ex-
portation price, gives the price for home consumption.

Duty free.

s pr lb.

20 a

11 a 3 8


2s. 6d.

per lb.

3 10 a


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April 1817, extracted from the London Gazette. Alder, S. J. & J. Liverpool, merchants

Jones, J. Blackman-street, London, merchant Arkwright, J. Liverpool, woollen draper

James, Richard, Hampstead, broker Blackmoor, J. & T. Helmsley, Blackmoor, grocers Jackson, Richard, & John Graham, jun. Carlisle, Battely, W. Maybank. cabinetmaker

cotton spinners Bell, J. North Shiels, brewer


Edward, Bristol, timber-merchant Bell, J. Baildon, worsted manufacturer

King, J. Yeovil, bookseller Bigland, G. Bigland-hill, iron-master

Knott, J. Manchester, manufacturer Blundell, N. W. Liverpool, merchant

Lecount, P. Charles-place, London, watchmaker Boardman, J. jun. & G. Alsop, Manchester, dealers Leeming, R. Wray, shop-keeper Brown, T. & Co. Muscovy-court, London, mer. Lees, J. Whitehall, Stafford, timber-merchant chants

Levin, W. L. Jewin-street, London, merchant Brownson, R. Manchester, calico-manufacturer Little, J. Bales, farmer Burridge, S. G. Deptford, victualler

Love, W. Huddersfield, shop-keeper Burrows, E. & W. Leeds, millers

Lovegrove, R. Arberfield, farmer Butler, S. Bristol, tallow-chandler

Lilley, Edward, Birmingham, gilt-toy maker imd Biggs, Michael, Maiden-lane, Wood-street, Lon jeweller don, hosier

Lawton, W. Wilmslow, Cheshire, shop-keeper Bower, Warburton, Wilmslow, Chester, cotton Major, T. Ostend, merchant spinner

Makins, W. Southwell, flax-dresser Bosworth, Joseph, Old Court, Hereford, dealer in Manks, J. Leeds, cloth-merchant cattle

Maude, W. & E. Otley, bankers Burghart, Claus, Rosemary-lane, East Smithfield, Milbourne, S. Skerne, fax-spinner London, sugar refiner

Mann, Benj. Bishopsgate, London, upholsterer Booth, W. Hall Bridge, York, merchant

Mudford, inixon, the younger, Strand, London, Bourne, Edward, Burslem, Stafford, manufacturer umbrella manufacturer of earthen ware

Maun, Joseph, the younger, Temple Sowerby, tanClarke, T. & C. Gray, Keswick, nurserymen Clarke, T. West Pennard, cheese-dealer

Matthewman, John, Queen Street, Cheapside, LonClay, C. Aston, coachmaker

don, merchant Cochen, E. Broad-street, London, merchant Neale, J. Wapping, anchor-smith Collet, J. Bishopsgate Street, London, merchant Newbold, D. Birmingham, tinplate-worker! Connard, J. jun. Broomsgrove, needle-maker - Newman, Thos. Allan, Newgate-street, London, Cooper, H. Portsea, printseller

printer Cooper, J. H. Lamb's Conduit-street, London, Orme, J. H. Liverpool, brewer jeweller

Parker, R. Manchester, victualler Coppio, W. North Shiels, ship-owner

Parsley, J. G. Great Yarmouth, baker Crockett, H. Hampton-in-Arden, farmer

Peet, T. Nottingham, linen-draper Cull, J. Wareham, brewer

Pendray, W. Bodmin, mercer Cunliffe, J. Manchester, merchant

Penniston, R. & J. Horecastle, brickmakers Corran, R. Pickmore, Liverpool, cooper

Perry, S. C. Birmingham, coal-dealer Dark, S. Heddington, farmer

Philips, J. Llangattock, Vivon Abel, timber mer. Davy, W. Norwich, gunmaker

chant Dow, M. Aston-furnace, paper-maker

Piper, W. Hammersmith, barge-builder Dodd, Tho. Stanhope, Durham, groeer and linen Purday, T. Margate, stationer draper

Pullan, Richard, Leeds, merchant Eady, S. P. Gerard Street, London, druggist Ratcliffe, E. Cambridge, shop-keeper Elland, R. Islington, coach-master

Reilly, J. Manchester, merchant Elmitt, W. Peterborough, draper

Ridley, H. Ovington, woodmonger Entwisle, Tho. Manchester, fustain manufacturer Rimmer, J. Liverpool, brewer Enfield, Wm & John Browne, Norwich, bombazeen Roads, William, Oxford, grocer and cotton manufacturers

Rhodes, John, Stockport, Cheshire, cotton manuFarrant, W. Strand, London, tailor

facturer Farrenden, J. Chichester, timber merchant

Sadler, F. Wilmslow, calico manufacturer
Featherstonhaugh, G. Bishop Wearmouth,coalfitter Saunders, W. Manchester, mercer
Fraser, Wm. Sloane-street, Chelsea, haberdasher Shaw, J. Pendleton, cotton merchant
Grey, J. Newcastle-upon Tyne, ship-owner Slack, J. Salford, printer
Griffith, J. Tryfan, woollen-manufacturer

Shaw, J. Bond-street, London, carpet manufacturer Grubb, G. Manchester, tailor

Smith, D. jun. and J. Hampshire, Kirkburton, Grunhough, J. Bolton, yarn-manufacturer

Scribbling, millers Gaunt, Jeremiah, Gildersome-street, Batley, York, Solomon, H. Charing Cross, silversmith merchant

Somersali, J. & G. Walsall, awl-blade makers Greenwood, Robt. Todmorden and Walsden, Lans Steel, J. Sheffield, grocer cashire, cotton-manufacturer

Steward, T. Brandon, grocer Hagedorn, J. P. H. Old Broad-street, London, Suple, J. B. Bridgewater, linen draper merchant

Smith, Justin, Bath, broker Hall, T. & J. Malkin, Compton, coachmakers Sayer, Thomas, Huntsham, Devon, lime-burner Hambling, W. Wooten Underedge, clothier Stoneham, Jesse, Beckford-row, Surrey, checse Hankes, J. Snaith, brandy merchant

monger Hatfield, R. Dewsbury, dealer

Tarn, M. & S. Leamington, millers Henry, A. Haydon-square, London, Merchant Teasdale, R. Cumberland, sheep-dealer Heywood, J. Rusholme, shop-keeper

Thomas, G. Bristol, turpentine distiller
Hodgson, G. H. Watling-street, London, merchant Thomas, T. Hoxton, merchant
Hopecott, E. Mlingswick, dealer in wool

Thompson, J. Over, salt manufacturer
Horder, J. Haydon-square, London music-seller Tomkins, S. Plymouth, draper
Heynes, Stokes, Cheltenham, wine merchant Trathan, J. J. Falmouth, stationer
Homan, Wm. Barking, Essex, smack-owner and Uhr, A. R. Swan Lane, London, merchant

Verdenholm, Geo. William, White's Yard, Rose-
Harvey, W. Wymondham, Norfolk, manufacturer mary-lane, London, sugar-refiner
Hawkins, W. Bicknell, Warwick, farmer

Wibberley, J. Manchester, draper Holmes, Thos. Long Acre, London, coachmaker Wright, H. C. Portsea, merchant Hopkinson, Joseph,

Liverpool, merchant Williams, J. Morgan, Dowgate Hill, London, and Hick, John, Hillhouse, Huddersfield, dry salter Amsterdam, merchant Hunt, John, Bishops Sutton, maltster and baker Wilson, John, late of Gibraltar, now of Sidney Jackson, R. Stockport, druggist

Street, Goswell-street-road, London, merchant Jenkins, A. Marshfield, chemist

White, James, Exeler, veterinary surgeon Johnson, J. jun, Hayden, corn-dealer

Young, W. Boston, victualler Jones, G. Aston, gunmaker

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ALPHABETICAL LIST of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and

30th April 1817, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Cowan, T. jun. Craigmill, Fifeshire, corn merchant Ross, John, Balblair, Ross-shire, distiller Donaldson, George, Edinburgh, linen and woollen Swanston, John & Co. Glasgow, merchants and draper

grocers Duguid, William, Aberdeen, manufacturer

Stuart, Arthur, & Co. Leven Printfield and GlasGemmel, Thomas, Kilmarnock, grocer, nursery gow, calico-printers and merchants and seedsman

Wright, Peter, Glasgow, manufacturer Halket, Samuel, Canongate, Edinburgh, brewer Wallace, Robert, Kilmarnock, leather-dealer and Leggat, James, Edinburgh, china merchant

shoemaker. Laurie, Joseph & Benjamin, Edinburgh, stocking Wingate, John & Sons, Glasgow, merchants.

manufacturers and hosiers Laird, James, & Co. Murthill, mill spinners

DIVIDENDS. Lamont, Peter, Steilaig, Argyleshire, grazier and cattle-dealer

James Burman, Mill of Newtyle, payable by WilMackenzie, Alexander, Thomastown of Auchter liam Bett, banker in Cupar-Angus, 22d May less, farmer and cattle-dealer

Alex. Batley, Broomend, payable by William Bett, M‘Lellan, John & Andrew, Lochurnhead, Glenelg, banker in Cupar-Angus, 17th May wood merchants

James Callum, Auchenblae, merchant, payable by Moore, Alexander, Langholm, merchant and sta the Trustee, 18th June. tioner

David Jobson, senior, Dundee, merchant, payable Morton, Moses, Arbroath, merchant

by William Bisset, merchant, Dundee, 22 May. Munn, Niel, Glasgow, vintner and horse-setter William Smith, West Pans, potter, payable by Mackenzie, George, of Leckmelm, parish of Loch Robert Strachan, W. S. Edinburgh, 16th May.

broom, Ross-shire, fish-curer, merchant, and • John Sibbald & Co. Leith, merchants, payable at cattle-dealer

the office of James Duncan, merchant, Leith, Ross, Peter, Airdrie, vintner

29th May.


SINCE our last Report the weather has been remarkably favourable to field work of every kind ; and the seed was never put into the ground with a better prospect of an early and vigorous vegetation. This, however, was much retarded by the want of rain : and until the 12th instant, when we had plentiful showers, such of the grain-plants as had appeared above ground showed symptoms of feebleness in many instances, and later sown fields in general were thinly and irregularly planted. It is well known, that, in this part of the island, wheat suffered more than any other kind of corn last year; yet there is reason to fear that oats, even when not deficient in weight or in meal, have suffered in such a degree as to impair their vegetative powers. It is certain, at least, that where a comparison has been made between the oats of 1815 and 1816, by sowing both on different portions of the same field, the plants from the seed of the former year are by far the most close and vigorous. There has been a gradual fall in the prices of all sorts of grain for some weeks, particularly of inferior samples ; though in the London market, and throughout the whole of England, if we may judge from the weekly averages, they have not given way so much as in Scotland, into which very large importations have been made since the beginning of this month.-Cattle, in forward condition, find purchasers ; and grazing lands have been let for the season at the rates of last year, or somewhat more..

.Wool is expected to improve in value, the import of that article of late not having been so large as formerly.— The apprehensions which were once entertained of a great scarcity must now have subsided, for there is no doubt whatever of our having enough of corn to carry us forward to another harvest. Prices, indeed, cannot be low ;-but it deserves to be remarked, that if Government had interfered, as on former occasions, by bounties and prohibitions, and thus sounded the alarm all over Europe, the price of wheat, in particular, would have been higher this year in Britain than it has ever been in the memory of man.



Pease & Beans. 1st,...... 48s. Od. 1st,......36s. Od. 1st,......36s. Od. 1st,......34s. Od. 2d,

2d, ......32s. Od. 2d, .33s. Od. 2d, ......31s. Od. 3d,......30s. Od. 3d, ...... 27s. Od. 3d, .28s. Od. 3d, .27s. Od.

Average of Wheat, £1: 14:7 8-12ths per boll.


Beans. 1st,......45s. Od. 1st....... 40s. Od. 1st,......36s. Od. 1st,......35s. Od. 1st,......35s. Od. 2d, ......38s. Od. 2d,......36s. Od. | 2d, ......30s. Od. | 2d.......30s. Od. 2d, .30s. Od. 3d, ...255. 63. 3d, ......34s. Od. | 3d, ...... 26s. Od. 3d,...... 27s. Od. 3d,

Average of Wheat, £1:14:10: 4-12ths. Note. The boll of wheat, beans, and pease, is about 4 per centmore than half a quarter

or 4 Winchester bushels ; that of barley and oats nearly 6 Winchester bushels.

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* Beans, Old May 12


Turnip, green

-New ditto
-Old White

New ditto Mustard, brown, so

Old, per bush. 14 to 18 -Swedish white.15 to 20 Trefoil - Foreign . . . 22 to 16 -Potato (new) 38 to 46 yellow . 18 to 25 Rib grass

115 to 126 Coriander Canary, per qr. 75 to 80 Carraway(Eng.) 66 to 72 Wheat, per qr. s.

45 to 56 -Foreign Select samples 130 to 136

. 20 to 26-For. red

30 to 35 White -Poland (new) 18 to 40 -Scotch Barley English 32 to 54 –Gray

20 to 281-White

. 8 to 10 Clover, English, -White runs. 80 to 122 - Tick

Seeds, fc.--May 12.

5 to 81-Common

10 to 16 Cinquefoil
Red ditto. 70 to 115 -Old
Beans, pigeon. 35 to 41'Quart. loaf, 15d. to 17340 English
Oats, Feed(new) 17 to 37 Flour, per sack

60 to 78 Brank
40 to 42 –Second

0 Bran

S. Hempseed, new, s. 45 to 56 Pease, boiling


8 to 10 Rye-grass(Pacey)28 to 34|| -common London, Corn Exchange, May 12. 39 to 44 Pollard, per qr. 24 to 30|| Dantzio per quarter

48 to 54
42 to 55
55 to 58
30 to 38
60 to 63

per quar. . 96 to 105| Oats per 45 lb.

14 to 18 | English:
80 to 90|| Irish

4 to 25|| Flour.
45 to 54| Oatmeal, per 240 lb.
40 to 9011-common

42 to 951-common

. 16 to 20 Wismar
-Red, per cwt, 40 to 96 | Scot. potato 5 3 to 5 8-Long ditto


- Sour do..
85 to 95 English
15 to 17 | American


: . 28 to 35 Eng. potato 5 0 to 5 9

40 to 92 Welsh potato 4 9 to 50-Belfast

12 to 40|| American p. bar. 70 to 72-Drogheda 74

s. Malt p. 9 gls. 10 0 to 13 6.
60 to 74 Wheat, s. d.

Barley, per 60 libs.
10 to 25|| Irish potato 5 0 to 5 9 Bacon, per cwt.

4 3 to


50 to 521 • 5 6 to 8 ol

5 6 to 6 6 Rape-Cake, £9, to £10.

• 62 to 64 -Cork, 3d.

13 0 to 16 6 Irish
5 0 to 5 1 Butter, per cwt.

4. 61-Colerain
9 0 to 18 O Irish
5 0 to 5 4 -Short middles 56 to 60
16 0 to 18 6 English

-Newry 4 3 to 5 6 Pork, per barrel 75 to 80 16 6 to 17 6 Pease, per quar. Liverpool, May 10.

-Boiling 8 0 to 10 0 Beans, per quar. 5 6 to 8 0 Rice, p. c. (in b.)31 to 37


Cake, at the mill, £16, 165. per thousand.
London Markets continued.

Beef. per tierce 95 to 100

2d pickled 86 to 88 New Rapeseed, per last, £44 to £48.-Linseed Oil

per barrel 60 to 65 Provisions, &c.

76 78 80 82 52 to 55 60 to 65 40 to 53 46 to 63 45 to 48 48 to 50

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In our Meteorological Report for the first three months of this year, we gave the results of our observations, without any comparison between the last and the present year. It may not however be uninteresting to our readers to state, that the mean temperature of the four months of this year that have just elapsed, considerably exceeds the mean temperature of the corresponding months of last year. The difference of the month of January, is 5*, February 6°, March 3°, and April 4°. The effects of this difference are quite obvious in the unusually forward state of vegetation in gardens and orchards, and would have been equally conspicuous in the corn-fields, but for the severe and long-continued drought.

Extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of the Tay, four miles east from
Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.

APRIL 1817.



Degrees. 53.433 Mean of greatest daily heat,

Greatest heat, 14th day,

63.000 37.616

Greatest cold, 9th, .....cold,


14th, 47.566 Highest, 10 A. M.

58.500 temperature, 10 A.M.

Lowest ditto, 41.700


33.000 10 P.M.


52.000 of daily extremes,

Highest; 10 P. M.
Lowest ditto


30.300 44.633 10 A.M. and 10 P.M.



Highest, 10 A. M.


30.580 Mean of 10 A.M. (temp. of nier. 54) 30.148

Lowest ditto,

29.630 ........... 10 P.M. (temp. of mer. 54) 30.136

Highest, 10 P. M.


30.570 both, (temp. of mer. 54)

Lowest ditto,


29.560 HYGROMETER (LESLIE'S.) Degrees.

HYGROMETER. Degrees. Mean dryness, 10 A. M. 33.366 Highest, 10 A, M. 28th,

53.000 10 P. M.

9.766 Lowest ditto,


8.000 of both, 21.566 Highest, 10 P. M. 19th,

25.000 Rain, 0,596 in. Evaporation, 3.127 in.

Lowest ditto, 3d,

0.000 Fair days, 24 ; rainy days, 6. Wind west of meridian, including North, 19; East of meridian, baby

including South, 11.





18{ E. 46 19{ E.49 20{\€.49

N. W.




Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Calton-hill. N.B.The Observations are made twice every day, at eight o'clock in the morning, and eight o'clock

in the evening

Ther. Barom Ther. Wind.

Ther. Barom.

Ther, Wind.
M.48 29.976 M.45

Fair, and
April 1 {

M.40 29.650 M.461
E. 50

Fair, cold & .968 E. 51

April16{ high wind.

E. 37

N. .805 E. 44

high winds. 16. IM.46 .977 M.48

Fair, frost in

M.37 30.167 M.41
2{E: 42 30.160E. 49

Fair, mild the evening

E. 37
.105 E. 43

afternoon. M.41 .328 M.46

M.39 .105 M.43

E. 41 1.260 E. 46

Fair, frost in

W. .150 E. 49

the morning. M,41 2.226 M.45 Fair, frost in


. 155 M.48
E. 41
.212 E. 47 the morning.

W. Fair.

.227 E. 54
.168 M.47
Fair, and
M.52 .262 M.54

Fair, and
E. 44 2271E. 51

.253 E.54

mild. M.40 .385 M.46

203 M.54

Fair & mild E. 38 ..580/E, 44

frost at night.

E. 46
.180 E. 51

M.38 279 M.14

Fair, high

.160 M.48

Fair, but
E. 15 29 127 E. 46 N. W.

E. 49
.167 E.52

M.47 Showers, and

M.17 8

108 M.52 E. 41 :629 8.46} N. W. high wind.

E. 40

Cble. .126 E.50

cold wind. M.34 775 M.41 Fair, hail in

M.17 .191 M.52

24 .733 E. 38

Fair, frost in E. 42

Cble. 166 E. 47

the morning. M.32

Fair, very

M.44 to {

.116 M.48

23 ..971 E. 39

Fair, but

E. 40 .116 E. 47


cold. .995 M.39

Fair, frost in 11



9.898 M.48

Fair, very
the morning
.804 E. 44

E. 45 .830 E. 49
M.46 .762 M.46

Fair, shower

M.46 .894 M.50

E. 47
762 E, 49

E. 19 .886 E. 19
M.49 .841 M.51


.848 M.17


Fair, cold .841 E.51

E. 49 741E. 52

M.50 .788 M.51


Showers of
.416 M.50
29 {

N.W. .655 E. 53

E. 38 .441 E. 47

hail, & cold. M.45 15

Fair with
.656 M.50

N. W.



Rain atnight." E, 46 .468 E. 51 high winds.

IE. 40 .808 E. 45

day cold. Rain, 0.236 in.

Very mild.
N. E. Fair, hard

21 S M.48

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E. 31

N.W. the evening. .861M.38 N.W. cold wind.

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