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/WarKftss. CORN EXCHANGE, MARK LANE. Monday Aug. 8.âOur supplies, since this day se'nnight, of English wheat, barley, malt, peas, and beans English, Irish, and Scotch oats, as also seeds, from all quarters, have been but limited of foreign wheat and oats, and English and foreign flour, moderately good. In this day's market, which was well attended by London, but not very numerously by country buyers, prime samples of both English and foreign old wheat and oats, sold with some degree of briskness, and to a considerable extent, at an advance of from Is to 2s per quarter, and a few small par- cels of fine new wheat sold readily at the prices quoted but with other kinds of corn, as also malt, pulse, seeds, and flour, the trade was still dull, at last Monday's currency. Current Prices of Grain, per imperial quarter.âEnglish Wheat, 55s to 70s Rye, 36s to 40s Barley, 26s to 34s Malt, 64s to 72s White boiling Peas, 36s to 44s Grey Peas, 38s to 43s Small Beans, 00s to 00s Tick Beans, 36s to 43s Potatoe Oats, 28s to 30s Poland Oats, 24s to 27s; Feed Oats 22s to 24s Flour, 45s to 60s.âRapeseed, new, X26 to £00 per last.âLin- seed Oil-cake £10. 10s to £ 11.00s per 1000.

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