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- PARLIAMENTARY JOTTINGS.

ON BOARD THE GREAT EASTERN.

GREAT BOAT-RACE AT NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE…

FENIAN PRISONERS.

THE GRAND NATIONAL BIFLE MEETING.

OUR "CITY" ARTICLE. ;-

ENGAGEMENTS AT MUNCHENQRA…

Money Market.

The Corn Trade.

Meat and Poultry Markets.

Fruit and Vegetables.

London Produce Market.

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London Produce Market. MINCING-LANE, JVLY 10.-SUGAR.âThe market has opened quietly; the business done at present is limited, cbiefly comisting of British West India, at about last week's currency. Refined dried goods continue in active request at firm prices. COFFEE.âFor plantation Ceylon there is an active demand. About 200 casks sold at full to rather dearer prices; also about 300 bags of native at 59s Gd, and GO casits at 58s. TEA.-The public sale3 are proceeding at about the cur- rency previously ruling, except for Canton new make Con- gou, which shows a further decline. RUM.âOnly a. few puncheons of Jamaica. sold at the pre- vious vsiue. PEPPER.âA small parcel of Singipore sold for cash at 3kd. "INDIGO -The quarterly public sales of East India have commenced very heavily, the bulk of the parcels offered were nearly all withdrawn or bought in. The few lots sold went at lower prices. COTTON.âThere has bscn an improved demand at firmer prices, equal to those paid on Friday last. The demind now is less active, but the advance is maintained. JUTE.âAbout 5,0Qj bales sold, at about JE20 10s to £ 21. PRICES OF BUTTER, CHEESE, HAMS, &c., at per cwt. âButter: Friesland, lOGs to 103s; Jersey, DOs to 100s; Dorset, 114s to 120s. Fresh: per doz., 10s 01 to 14s 0d Cheese: Cheshire, 72s to 84B Double Gloucester, 74s to 78s; Cheddar, 76s to 84s; American, 66s to 74s. Hams: York, now, 90s to 100s; Cumberland, new, 90s to 100s; Irish, new, 90s to 100s. Bacon: Wiltshire, 72s to 78s; Irish, green, 68s to 72s. TALLOW, JULY lO.-The market is quiet. Town TaHow is quoted 41s, next cash; Petersburg on the spot. 44s 6d; July, 44s 6d; August to September, ud; Octooer to December, 46s 6d to 47s; December, 4#s COTTON, LIVERPOOL, JULY 10.-The market very steady. Sales about'lS,000 bales. HOPS âBOROUGH, JULY 9.âMessrs. Pattenden and Smith report little or no alteration in the hop market since last week trade being quiet at firm prices. The plantation ac- counts this morning are no better, most districts being very short. of bine. and vermin on the increase. HAY MARKETS.â I Smithfield. 1 Cumberlan(L I Whitachape1. HAY MARKETS.â | Smithfield. | Cumberland. | Whitachape1. I s. d. s. d.1 s. d. s. d.| s. d. s. d. Meadow Hay.. 90 0 to 115 0 SO 0 to 115 0: 88 0 to 115 0 Clover 100 0 140 0,100 0 135 0.105 0 140 o Straw 33 0 45 0! 40 0 45 0; 33 0 45 e A â

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