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LIVERPOOL CORN.—TUESDAY.

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NOTTINGHAM, SATURDAY.âThere was a fair supply of beef at market, which met a quiet trade, at prices ranging from 61d. to 7d. per lb. Small show of mutton, which made a little more money. Pork realised high quotations, while veal sold at higher terms. PETERBOROUGH, SATURDAY.âPrime qualities of beef were disposed of at rather more money, viz., 61d. to 7d. per lb. Very little doing in mutton, which made from 8d. to 8ld. Pork was a dull sale, and quite as dear. Very little doing in veal, for which higher prices were obtained. DONCASTER, SATURDAY.âThere were at market 25 beasts, 15 sheep, 2 calves, 177 lambs, and 281 pigs. There was a poor show of beasts, and late prices were fully realised. Of sheep there was a fair show, but trade ruled slow at about the prices of last week. There was a good show of pigs, but the trade was slow. METROPOLITAN, MONDAY.âThe total imports of foreign stock into London last week amounted to 7,195 head. The heaviness prevalent in the dead meat market, together with the receipts of an average supply of Btock, had a depressing effect on the cattle trade at Islington to-day, and there was a decided tendency to lower rates. From our own grazing districts a fair show of Beasts came to hand, in somewhat improved condition. There was a poor attendance of milkers, and no disposition was shown to purchase freely. The trade was dull at a decline of 2d. per 81b. The best Scots and crosses sold at 5s. 2d., but a large number of really good serviceable beasts were disposed of at 5s. per 81b. From Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, and Cambridgeshire we received about 1,750 Scots and crosses; from other parts of England, about 530 of various breeds; from Scotland, 170 Scots and crosses; and from Ireland, about 820 oxen. A fair supply of Sheep was in the pens. Sales progressed slowly at about Monday's quotations. The best Downs and half-breds sold at 6 s. 6d. to 5s. 8d. per 81b. A few Lambs were offered, and mostly sold at about 8s. per 81b. For Calves the demand was inactive, at drooping prices. Pigs were dull and easier in value. LIVERPOOL, MONDAY.âThe numbers on offer, which were about the same as last week, consisted of 2,451 beasts and 7,943 sheep. There were about 200 Spanish oxen in the market. The demand was slow on account of the high prices. Buyers very numerous from the country, and nearly all the stock was sold at the close. Quotations:âBest beasts, 7id. to 8d.; second best, 6 £ d. to 7 £ d.; inferior, 4d. to 6^d.; sheep, 7|d. to 9 £ d. per lb.

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