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A SONG FOR OUR FATHER-LAND.…

CONGREGATIONAL SINGING.

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SMITHFIELD MARKET.

MINING.—Sold August 18,…

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- HOUSE OF LORDS.

. HOUSE OF COMMONS.

THE HARVEST.

CORN EXCHANGE, MARK LANE.

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CORN EXCHANGE, MARK LANE. Monday, August 29.âOur supplies, since this day se'nnight, of English, Irish, Scotch, and foreign wheat, have been good of English, Irish, Scotch, and foreign oats, as also foreign flour, great; of barley, malt, beans, peas, seeds, from all quarters, and English, Scotch, and Irish flour, limited. The assemblage of buyers in this day's market, especially those of London and its vicinage, was tolerably numerous but as the abundance of the last week's arrivals of wheat and oats, together with that of the granary supply of most articles, had caused these to anticipate reduced, whilst the sellers aimed in some instances at advanced, prices the trade, though a little renovated, was, on the whole, dull with wheat, beans, and peas, at fully, barley, malt, and seeds, barely last Monday's prices. Fine flour, notwithstanding the greatness of the supply from abroad, has advanced 5s per sack, but is not expected to support its advanced position. Current Prices of Grain, per imperial quarter.âEnglish Wheat, 50s to 80s Rye, 36s to 40s Barley, 26s to 34s Malt, 64s to 72s White boiling Peas, 36s to 48s Grey Peas, 38s to 43s j Small Beans, 00s to OCs Tick Beans, 38s to 40s Potatoe Oats, 28s to 30s Poland Oats, 24s to 27s; Feed Oats 22s to 24s f- Flour, 50s to 65s.âRapeseed, new, £ 27 to £00 per last.âLin- seed Oil-cake £ 10. 10s to £ 11.00s per 1000.

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