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I BRITISH WOOL MARKET.

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BRITISH WOOL MARKET. SITY, MODD AY, Jan. 26.âAn unusualy small supply of English Wool is now on sale. For aff- kind we have numerous inquiries, but as most of the holders refuse to sell except at further adrvano- ed rates, the business doing is very moderate. The prospect of our market may be considered favourable, both as to the demand and value LEEDS WOOL MARKET, Jan. 2aâThere has been a fair extent of business done this week, and prices of both combing and clothing wools are firmly maititaii ed, with an upward tendency, LIVERPOOL WOOL MARKET, Jan. 24. SCOTCH W oOL.-There is still a good inquiry for laid Highland wool, but at the advanced rates consumers buy with great caution; stocks, however are light, and it being still nearly six mODths be-' fore the new clip can come to market, there seemr, little chance of any lower rates before them, Whitp, Highland is still wanted. The stocks of Cheviots and crossed in first hands are light, and commands full rates. Laid Highland Wool.. per 341bs. 1" 0 16 9 Whlte do do. 18 0 20 0 Laid Crossed. do. unwashed 18 0 20 0 Do. do. washed 19 0i 28 0 .⢠Laid Cheviot do. nnwashed.. 20 ol 23 0 Do. do. washed 23 0 26 6 White Cheviot do. dn. 32 0 o 0 rOREIGN WOOL. The sales that com- menced here last week, of which a partial report appeared, continued up to yesterday there were otfered altogether obout 17.000 bales, a 2,500 small ballots Peruvian. 12,021 bales were East, >' India, being the principal thing. The attendance o buyers, both home and foreign, was more nume- rous than usual: the biddmg were spirited throughout, and sold at an advance on our foriBftr rates of about ottb. per fb., exceped long stapled, which brought from Id. to 2d. more. Peruvians were a low unsaleable class, and were withdrEtwIr. Most of the others were sold, which is unusual here, and serves t'j show that the trade is reall- in want of the wool: on the whole the result is highly satisfactory.

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