6 NOVEMBER 1847, Page 9

The accounts received this morning in private letters from Manchester

are exceedingly unfavourable; the accounts received by the Indian mail having brought down several more of the houses in that town and neigh- bourhood. In addition to the firm of Marsland and Co., of Manchester and Stockport, which was known last night in town, the letters of this morn- ing add one general merchant, one calico-printer, and one extensive fustian and cotton manufacturer, as unable to meet thsir engagements.—Standard.