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LIVERPOOL CORN.—TUESDAY.

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LONDON HOP, MONDAY.âOur market is quiet for every description of hops, and the transactions of the week have been exceedingly limited; but the short supply of new hops tends to keep prices firm. Yearlings are difficult of sale, even at lower quotations. Continental markets are reported quiet, and currency nominal. New York letters to the 18th inst. report the market as very dull, and holders firm. Mid and East Kent £ 7 0 £ 9 15 £ 13 6 Wealds 6 0. 7 5. 8 0 Sussex. 5 12 6 10 7 0 Bavarians 6 10 8 8 10 10 French 5 5 6 0 7 0 Americans 5 5. 6 0 610 Yearlings 2 0. 2 16 4 4 WORCESTER HOP, SATURDAY.âMessrs Piercy, Longbottom, and Faram's circular saysâ"Our market to-day was only a nominal one, as there are no new hops left with planters. Year- lings are unaltered." LONDON SEED, Mo"A.Y.-Very little English Cloverseed yet comes out, and fine qualities command very high prices. Foreign red Cloverseed was in steady request, at quite as much money. Fine white Cloverseed remains scarce, prices fdr such tending upwards. Choice English Trefoils were held higher, and fine foreign qualities were quite as dear. There was nothing passing in brown or white Mustardseeds to alter their values. Canaryseeds, both English and foreign, commanded quite as high rates. LONDON WOOL, MONDAY.âThe wool trade has remained in a quiet state during the past week. Transactions in all descrip- tions have been neither numerous nor extensive, but prices have been supported for all qualities. Choice English lustres are scarce and comniand very full rates. The next series of London Colonial wool sales will commence on February 12th. CURRENT PRICES OF ENGLISH WOOL. S. d. to s. d: FLEECESâSouthdown hoggets per lb. 1 1 1 11 Half-bred ditto 1 s £ 1 41 v Kent fleeces â 13 1 3{ Southd'n ewes and wethers â 10 1 l| Leicester ditto 1 2J 1 8i SORTSâCombing 1 0 1 5 Clothing 1 0 1 4A HALIFAX WOOL & WORSTED, SATURDAY.âTo-day's market is something flatter than last week's. There is no demand for wool, and the quantity changing hands is very little. Only the best descriptions maintain their price; other sorts are a shade easier. The position of both the spinner and manufacturer is to them an unsatisfactory one. Generally the market is depressed; why, it is not very easy to see. LONDON POTATO, MONDAY.-The supplies of Potatoes are less extensive, and the trade is steady, at our quotations. English Shaws 70s. to 85s. per ton. English Regents 100s. to 110s. â English Rocks 60s. to 75s. â Scotch Regents 90s. to 105s. â French 60s. to 65a. BIRMINGHAM HIDE AND SKIN MARKET, SATURDAY.- Hides: 951b. and upwards, 4|d. to Od. per lb; 851b. to 941b., 4id. to Od. per lb.; 751b. to 841b., 3Jd. to Od. per lb.; 651b. to 741b., Sid. to Od. per lb; 561b to 641b, 3Jd. to Od per lb; 551bs and under, 3fd. toOd.perlb.;cows,Bld.toSid.perlb.; bulls, 3d. per lb.; flawed and irregular, Bld. to Od. per lb.; horse, 8s. 3d. to 131. 61. each. Calf: 171b. and upwards, 5d. per lb.; 121b. to 161b., 7 £ d. per I b; 91b. to lllb., 71d. per lb.; light, 7d. per lb.; flawed and irregu- lar, 5d. per lb. Wools, A 1,8s. Od.; A, 6s. 6d.; B, 4s. lOd. WOLVERHAMPTON HIDE, SKIN, & FAT MARKET, SATUR- DAY.âHides: 951bs. and upwards, 4Jd. per Th. 851bs. to 941bs. SJd. to Od. per lb.; 751bs. to 841bs., SSd. to Od. per lb.; 651bs. to 741bs., 8Jd. per lb. 561bs. to 641bs., 3Jd. per lt). 551bs. and under, Bid. Cows, 651bs. and upwards, Std. to Od. per lb.; 641bs. and under, 8d per lfe; bulls, 2 to 2d per Th; flawed and irregular,d. to Od. per lb; kips, 2kii. to 4Hd. per lb; horse, 33.9.1. to 13s. 9d. each. Calf: 171bs. and upwards, 5jjd. per lb.; 121bs. to 161bs,73d. per lb; 91bs. to lllbs., 7|d. per lb.; light, 7d. per lb.; flawed and irregu- lar, 5d. per lb. Wools, 4s. 6d. to 6s. 8d. each. Fat, Sid. to Sad. LONDON FLAX, HEMP, COIR, &c., SATURDAYâHemp has been steady in value and demand. Flax has been dull, and jute has sold slowly. LEADENHALL LEATHER, SATURDAY.âModerate supplies of leather have been on offer. The trade has been steady, and prices have been well maintained. Raw market hides have been depressed.

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