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The Clearing House.

Sir John Lubbock, as honorary Secretary to the London bankers, proposes weekly statistics of the Clearing House. We have no later statistics than 1839, when certain figures were given to Mr. Babbage.

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Police Game Preservation.

Schamlosester Act 1862: „An Act for the Prevention of Poaching.“ (Sir Baldwin Leighton’s Act). Polizei dadurch in Wildfänger der landlords verwandelt.  Zusammenfassende Bemerkung von Marx.
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Dabei voll der most arbitrary Clauses gegen individual liberty etc.

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Tableau General du Commerce de la France. (bis 1865, published 1867)

Imports into France, including Consumption, Transit und Bonding.
1863 fcs 1864 fcs 1865 fcs.
England 691,800,000 679,600,000 700,200,000
Belgium 360,700,000 397,400,000 423,500,000
Switzerland 330,900,000 344,500,000 372,600,000
Italy 247,200,000 278,300,000 284,400,000
Zollverein 265,000,000 286,100,000 271,900,000
Turkey 177,200,000 166,900,000 159,300,000
Russia 81,800,000 93,100,000 118,000,000
Egypt 69,100,000 101,800,000 115,700,000
Brazil 84,600,000 85,900,000 96,100,000
British India 100,900,000 117,400,000 88,500,000
Algeria 52,700,000 76,700,000 71,600,000
Spain 74,900,000 72,000,000 71,500,000
Rio de la Plata 52,600,000 41,500,000 57,200,000
United States 92,100,000 Imports from U. St. were 282,8000f. in 1860 und 393,000,000f. in 1861 75,100,000 56,200,000
Holland 55,400,000 54,000,000 54,600,000
Brit. Possessions in Mediterranean 12,500,000 40,400,000
Brit. Africa 12,900,000 13,100,000 17,700,000
Brit. America 3,400,000 5,700,000 3,900.000
Australia 200,000 100 000
Austria 21,900,000 24,600,000 27,000,000
Hanse towns 22,000,000 31,700,000 30,000,000
Mexico 4,900,000 6,100,000 5,700,000
Exports to Foreign Countries (French and foreign Productions on transit)
1863 fcs 1864 fcs 1865 fcs
England 1,039,800,000 1,145,000,000 1,294,900.000
Italy 354,200,000 409,900,000 415,900,000
Switzerland 319,400,000 359,700,000 359,300,000
Belgium 245,300,000 257,700,000 287,700,000
Zollverein 228,200,000 237,000,000 235,500,000
Spain 248,700,000 266,200,000 217,000,000
Algeria 139,300,000 131,600,000 150,300,000
U. States 107,800,000 100,800,000 133,400,000
Brazil 81,700,000 129,200,000 118,900,000
Turkey 118,900,000 129,300,000 99,800,000
Egypt 47,300,000 96,600,000 96,200,000
Rio de la plata 44,400,000 51,900,000 61,900,000
Russia 34,100,000 27,400,000 29,900,000
Holland 39,800,000 40,600,000 37,800,000
Brit. Mediterranean 20,700,000 22,200,000
Brit. Africa 17,200,000 16,300,000 14,700,000
Brit. America 2,900,000 5,300,000 3,700,000
Australia 7,300,000 5,000,000 4,500,000
Austria 11,000,000 7,000,000 7,400,000
Hanse towns 35,300,000 37,700,000 45,600,000
Mexico 22,200,000 70,700,000 70,700,000 |

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Manufacturing towns.

Manchester Feb. 14. Business dull. Just enough buying to keep prices steady, and stocks from further accumulating. Goods selling in small lots for immediate wants of buyers. The short time movement does not increase, but manufacturers all complain that they are losing upon every sale they make.

Bradford: The failures, in this town and elsewhere, have done much to injure what little confidence remained in the present range in the prices of wool. Transactions few et small. Staplers who must or will sell, have to submit to a further reduction. Prices of yarn are even more irregular and depressed than those of wool. Demands for goods quiet.

Birmingham. More favourable than a month ago. Cardinal difference between this and ordinary seasons being that there are few orders on the books beforehand.

Wolverhampton. Improved demand for iron, though far from overtaking the means of supply. Tin and copper quiet, in spite of the present low rate of discount, which often leads to large speculative purchases when prices are low.



7) Land in England and Agriculture 
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  • Crops and Harvest for 1866 (99, 100) Wheatcrop (1867) (Lawes) (169, 170) Corn Duty (41)
  • Cattle Plague. Gvt. Relief (8, 15, 51, 52)
  • Cattle feeding (85–86) Supply of Animal Food (62–64)|
  • 185
  • Ownership of Land (88, 113, 114, 115, 175) Entails (80, 81)
  • English Farmers (12, 13) Tenant Right or Leases (Improbements) (108) Farming of Leicestershire. Grass Land (118, 119) A Territorial Magnate (116, 117, 121) Yearly Tenants (178, 181, 182) Chambers of Agriculture (95)
  • Game Laws (18) Ukase (58, 59) Farmers Protest (176 76) Police and Game (122)
  • Deerfarmers (42, 43, 67, 68) Deer versus sheep (76, 85)
  • Agricultural Labourers: Strikes (12, 40, 53 52, 156) Wages (155, 156)
  • Sewage (111) Pollution of Thames (51) Of Lee (146–147)

Inhalt:

  • London. 1868.
  • 1866 „The Economist“ (Jahrgang 1866) vol. XXIV.
  • The Social Economist, 1. Oktober 1868
  • „The Economist“ (Jahrgang 1866) (Fortsetzung)
  • Jahrgang 1867.
  • Register der obigen Auszüge aus dem Economist für 1866 und 1867.
  • The „Money Market Review“. Jahrgang 1866.
  • The Money Market Review. Jahrgang 1867.
  • Register Money Market Review Jahrgänge 1866 und 1867