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LIVERPOOL CORN.—TUESDAY.

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LIVERPOOL CORN.âTUESDAY. Wheat Slow Sale, at FULL PRICES of FRIDAY Last. Flour dull; no change. Beans, Is. per qr. cheaper. Oats and oatmeal neglected. Indian corn, 3d. to 6d. lower than last market. Round Yellow, 16s. Od. to 27s. 6d. LONDON, MONDAY.âThere was a great falling off in Oats last week, the other supplies being fair. Exports: 320 qrs. Wheat, 130 qrs. Barley, 65 qrs. Oats. English Wheat 6,619 qrs., foreign 19,924 qrs. There was a better show of Wheat on the Es-ex and Kentish stands this morning, but with mild damp weather the trade was slow, at a reduction of 2s. to 8s. per qr. In foreign also but little was passing, and the rates made were at Is. to 2s. per qr. less money, more especially in low qualities. Country Flour 21,298 sacks; foreign do. 1,024 sacks 1,458 brls. The trade was excessively heavy throughout. Norfolks as well as all other country marks were down Is. per sack. Foreign sacks partici- pated in the decline, and barrels were down 6d. Maize 22,741 qrs. This grain, from the large supply, was Is. per qr cheaper. British Barley, 3,856 qrs.; foreign, 12,142 qrs. Business in all qualities was limited, malting sorts being Is. per qr. lower, and grinding 6d. In Malt scarcely anything was doing, excepting in the finest qualities, at about former rates. English Oats, 398 qrs.; foreign 15,633 qrs. Notwithstanding the small supplies, all descriptions gave way 6d. per qr. English Beans 888 qrs., foreign none. New English wera again down Is. per qr. Native Peas 451 qrs., foreign 121 qrs. White Peas would only sell at lower rates.

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