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9tARKETl. WEEKLY REVIEW OF TIIE BRITISH CORN MARKET. (Frrnn the Mar k hane Express.) V, e have compiled the following table from official returns, showing the quantities of Wheat and Flour on which duty has been paid in the United Kingdom, since the commencement of the present year up to the 5th inst., particularizing each month separately:- Wheat. Flour. q, s. bush cvvts. Month ending 5 Feb. 5,278 7 5,891 5 March. 3,952 5 4,572 5 April. 3,027 0 11,086 5 Mdy.. 15,932 0 87,218 5 June.. 81,885 3 85.281 ;) .July.. 105.657 4 102,713 5 Aug. 28(i,0S>7 0 197,716 5 Sept.. 2,095,315 5 498,103 Giving a total of.. 2,597,176 0 1,002,580 which reckoning 3* cwts. ot the latter equal to a qr. of Wheat, amounts in round numbers to 2,900,000 qrs. This far exceeds general expectation, the total importation during the year 1841, takin g Wheat and Flour together, having amounted to 2,618,00! qrs. Unless, therefore, our this year's eiops prove decidedly deficient, there seems very 1-ttle chance ot our requiring any further importa, not. of consequence: afi tiioti,Ii we do not antici;rtte any mimed' tte f ill in p:iee<, we are ot opinion that no material rally can he a culated on, owing to the en- couragement held out tr; foreign growers by the existing Corn Laws, and we deem it by ro mcftns improbable that prices may ultimately settle down â¢. vea below th Irpirseit level. I his, however, must Iu u,e moik of ti.at, aud the old stocks bein g now exceedingly small all over Europe, we do not think that the surplus grown this year .n produce so great an effect on the value ot the article here as some parties anticipate. Prices have again rececteJ fully 3s. per qr. from the highest point; the improvement in the averages indicated by the latest returns wi,' :oiiseqtier. 'y be only tempore ry,' and there is little probability of a:;v decJi/ie taking ⢠lut iii thL- duty. L.tter f, ,;m Bristol state, that the trade continued wr, t it ',IliE ¡.lJrt, but that the actaa! «vrhne on whe:it Had l, pcr qr. Fiour ijdii been in slow request at i reu-,ict u, of Is. per sack. IMARK-LANE, MONDAY, Sept. 23. S-1 s. « Wheat, En?l., red 5o to ?i 1 Rye, freign -1 1 White 54 â 63 i tats, En?l.Poland 21 21 Fine red 56 â 65 Potatoc. 21 24 l)o. white 68 â 72 Feed 17â20 ^cotc'' Scotch, Potato 22 H Do. white Fine.. 23 Foreign, red.. 46 â 51 Irish, Pctato 16 â IS |>o. white Feed 14â16 Russian, red.. (Tares per quarterâ â 40 Barley, Malting.. 31 3,1 Hapeecd 37t.to 401. Distilling 27 3d; per last of 10 qrs. Grinding 22 â 26 Clov t rseed,red,for. Be&ns, 1 lck 27 321 White, do li,ii-rolv 32 -.31 English -ââ Pigeon .34 38 Linseed, Baltic and Peas, Boiling. 31 â 34 Russia 40 42 Hog. 28 30 Flour, Town-made illaple 30 32] and best country Hog 50 50 marks 44-48 Malt, Brown .50 50 Pale .56-60 Yorkshire. Rye, English 32 361 Norf,& Suffolk 40 42 Wheat I Barley I Oats Rle. Beans reau Average of the I 6 '?I ?s which regutatM the reg,,Iatesthe54 ,I" ,1,81.,31 9 33 .1.. 4 ?ties payable 18 0 9 0 8 0 10 6 9 6 J 6 Ditto ou gram ) fromBritish pos- I j I sessions out of E-L_ 01 2,_6L_O PRICE OF BREAD. The prices of Wheaten Bre,,d in the '%fetrooolis are from Hd. to 8d. of Household ditto, 6d. to 7d. pei 4lbs. loaf. BUTTER, BACON, CHEESE, and HAMS, per Cwt. XEWIUISHBUTTEB.S. S. CHEESB. S. A. S!:?<). 76 78 DoubleGloucester 56 64 Carlow. 94 â Sin?e ditto 50 56 ENGLisHBuTTER,per firk. Cheshire 56 76 Uoraet. 56 â BAcoN.Ne?. 36 54 FOREIGN Middle. 48 PrimeFriesland.ct.l 10 â IIAMS, York 70 80 00. KId.. 104 â Westmoreland 66 74 SMITHFIELD CATTLE MARKET, Sept. 26. (Per 8 !b.to sink the offal.) a. d. s. d. s. d. s. d Inferior Beasts 3 2 3 4 Southdown SheepV 4 4 6 Second quality.. 3 6 3 8; Largf coarseCalves4 0 4 0 PriTtie large oxet13 10401 Prinie sniall do. 4 8 5 0 Prime Scots, &c.4 2 4 4 Large Hogs i 0 4 6 1 tiferii)r Slit.(-p.. 3 4 3 8 Small Porkers..4 8 5 2 Second quality..3 10 4 OiSuckimg Calvesl8 U 3D 6 PRICES OF SOAP. YellowSoap 46sOd to 50s 0d,MeltirigStuff'34s0d toâsOd M(,ttled do.52sOd 54s Odj Rough Jitto.2h Od -b ùd Curd do 62s Od Os Od Graves, 16s.; and good dregs, 5s. per cwt.; Rough Fat average 2s. 9d. per 81bs. CURRENT PRICE OF HOPS, Sept. 26. 1840. per cwt. I 1841. per cwt. 1840. I 1841. Kent Pockets. 90s 102s I Kent Pockets. 110i 126 Choice 108s 130s Choice Pockets. 135s 170 Sussex Pockets. 80s 90s Sussex Pockets. 106s 112 Choice. 96s 102s Choice Pockets. 116a 122 bast Kent 100s 108s EastKentpockets 130s 140 Choice 115s 132s Choice 180s 200 RAW HIDES, SHLLPo. CAS t SKINS, at per stone of 14lbs. d. 1 Per skin. s. d. s. d. s. d. s d. Best steers&heif. 5 8 6 0 Market CaU. 7 0 8 6 Middling hides.. 5 2 5 6 1l, ,orig %voolled 5h. 2 0 3 6 Inferior ditto. 4 85 0 Short ditto 1 10 3 0 LONDON HAY MARKETSâSATURDAY. Smithfield. Whitechapel. Coarse Meadow llay 65s 80s 85s 80s Clover Hay 90s 115s 90s 120s Wheat Straw. 38s 40s ass 40s Fine Upland and Rye Grass 90s 95s 9js 95s WOOL l\I:\HKEl'S.-fj;;lTlSH. Down Ewes and Wether lOd. to IOAD. Down Teggs lid. tol2d. Down Wethers 0.1,1 Down flogs 9d. Half-bred Hogs 12ti to 12Jd. Flannel Wool 8id. to 12d. Blanket Wool. 5d. to 1d. METALS. iC. s. d. IRON, Eng.âBar ton 6 0 0 Do. Carg. in Wales ton 5 10 0 Hoops .ton 800 Sheets ton 9 0 0 Pig, No. 1 ton 4 0 0 Do. in Wales ton 4 0 0 STEEL, Eng.- Blistered 25 0 Oto45 0 0 Shear, do. do. 45 0 0 to 80 0 0 Cast, do. do. 45 0 Oto84 0 0 COPPER, Brit.râCake ton 88 0 0 Tile. ton 84 0 0 Sheets lb. 0 0 0 TIN, Brit.âBlocks cwt. 3 8 0 Bars. cwt. 3 10 0 Banen 3 8 0 to 3 9 0 Str-iits 3 3 6 to 3 4 6 Tin I latf esâi.c. (box) 1 7 0 to 1 10 0 LB" t.x. do. 1 13 Otol 16 0 LEAD, nt.-Plg.too 19 0 0 £ ton 18 10 6 Shnt ton 22 0 0 White (dry) ton 24 0 0 0 Oto27 10 0 For deiivery. 0 0 0 to 0 0 0

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