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LONDON MARKETS, MONDAY, MAY 28. MAUK-L.Y?K.âThe supply of English wheat, by ? carriage samples, this morning, was exceedingly?' which enabled factors to realize Is. per quarter advag" upon a few picked samples, but upon the ord!'?' qualities no improvement could be obtained. -FOi' is held firmly at fully last week's quotations, ?.j?. demand is quite retail. Barley is unaltered in fat ¡'II Beans, owing to large arrivals from Egypt, are the tR ro lower. White peas 2. per quarter cheaper; 0,th,eI qualitic unaltered. The oat trade is dull, at iatep'? LONDON AVERAGES. > £ s. d. JE.)). Wheat.. 2225qrs. 2 7 4 Rye 108 qi-s. 1 4 Barley.. 128 1 11 3 Beans.. 212 lS< Oats 2352 0 118 1 103 1 Beans 212 1 Oats 2352 0 18 10 Peas 01 1? AVERAGE PRICE OF SIX WEEKS. Week ending May 19.âImperialâGeneral Weer: Average.âWheat, 41s. 9d.; Barley, 28s. Od.; Oats> K 8d. Rye, 25s. 9d.; Beans, 30s. 7d.; Peas, 29s. H O' DUTIES 1 0 1 0 Aââ QUANTITY OF FOHr:W GIUIX ENTERED FREE ?'. HOME CONSUMPTION DURING THE WEEK BSD4' MAY 25. Wheat, Foreign qrs 19303 I Beans qrs. 7U B,lrley 3690 lPeaans: q,s. .90 O ItS. 18519 Flour brls. l  FLOUR.âThe sudden setting in of hot weather gre.tHy diminished the sale of Flour; and the millers h* r done very little during the week. Hitherto, ho,,velef, they have not put down the top price, owing to the rei ti\"dy high rates at which choice qualities of Wheat,stCb as are required to make the finest Flour, have been Hnnsehoids, and secondary descriptions of French P? have been parted with at rather below former prices- BREAD.âThe prices of wheaten Bread in the meti'OPJJ lis, are from 7d. to Bel., and household do., 6d. to j per 41bs. loaf. ???? ¡ PROVISION.âThe arrivals last week from 2,320 firkins Sutter, and 860 bales bacon; and fron' '? reign ports 9,350 casks Butter and 1,440 bales and bolel Bacon. The transactions in Irish Butter are still Imf- moderate extent; the demand i" but limited, and li?leet declined about 2s. per cwt. Foreign is in free suPP'?' and we do not alter our quotations of this day The Bacon market continues firm, with a slow sale, manufacturers expecting advanced rates, owing to high price of pi?s. which the dealers are unwilling to P J. SEED.âThere was some slight enquiry for Clovers^ at low prices, without, however, leading to busin g The high rates asked for Canaryseed checed sal6s. i other articles no change occuried. 1 HOPS.âThis day's letters bring the report of a Af [ being very general, and many of the holders have 5 drawn their hops from sale. The market is 2s. ¡lnd dearer. The dutr is laid a2ainst £ 140,000. j TALLOW .-Since Iondy last our market has I tolerably steady, and prices have been fairly support To-day P. Y. C on the spot, is selling at 38s. 9d.? 39s. and for forward delivery, 39s. 6d. to 40s. per c?" Town Tallow is 37s. Sd. to 37s. Gd. per cwt., net caso; rough fat, 2s. Id. per 81bs. Advices from St. Petersb state that the demand for Tallow was heavy, ?t $ previous decline. SMITIIFIELD.âThere has been a further slight increas in the imports of foreign stock. into London in the week. The arrivals of beasts from our various graZ'^ districts fresh up to this morning's market, were "10 derate as to the numbers, but of excellent quality. :NO. withstanding that the weather was unfavourable slaughtering, the beef trade ruled tolerably steady,?' prices about equal to those paid on this davse'n?:?' The primest Scots sold at from 3, 6d to 3q 8?.? Slhs., and at which a good clearance was effer'tej the conclusion of business. From I^ovfollr, S»ffa& Essex and Cambridgeshire, we received about Scots and short-horns; from. the western and mrdlaJIr counties, 700 Hereford-, Oevons, runts, &e. from otaer parts of England io!) of various brmds and from Scdt. land, 300 horded and polled Scots. With sheep we W? season.?y well supplied. Prime Down qualities moY? off ireely, at felly, but at nothing quotable beond, t week's currencies. All other breeds were in moder? request, at full prices. Lambsâthe supply of ??' was good-moved off steadily at fully previous M.?' The best Down lambs sold ?t 6s. per SUn. The saW for calves was heavy, at drooping currencies, The atf"1' bors were somewhat extensive. Pigs were a. slow f qulry, but not cheaper. Per Slos. to sink the offal.-Coarse -in i inferior be 3s. Od. to 3s. 4d., second quality do. 3s. 4d. to 3s. j prime large oxen 3s. Gù. to 3s. 8d., prime Scots, ltc., 3s. lOd. to 4s. Od., coarse and inferior sheep, 4s. Od. to 4s. 4d., second quality do. 4s. id. to 4s. 6d. prime coaro woolled sheep 4s. 6d. to 4s. 8d., prime South Dod 4s. lOd. to 5s. Od., large coarse calves, 3s. 8d. to 4s. 4d.. prime small ditto 4s. 6d. to 4s. 8d., large hogs 4s. Od: to h. 6d., neat small porkers 4s. Sd. to 4s. 10d., suckling calves 18s. to 27s., and quarter-old-store pigs 17s. &0 21s. each. Total supplies: Beasts 3,199, sheep 2-3,1901 calves 161, pigs 230. Foreign: Beasts, 5, sheep 29 calves 90. BARK. Per load of 45 cwt. 0 0 to fIG 0 0 C;)PPlce £ 15 0 0 E 17 0 0 LIVEltPOOL.-( Duty Free).â Quercitroii, ES 6s. to fg 6s.; Dutch Oak, per ton, E4 to E.5 Germ! £ 3 10s. to EG. METALS. EXOLisH IRON. a. Patent, shot .19 10 Bars at Cardiff & FOREIGN LEAD. h.. Newport 5 0 0 Spanish, in bond. 15 10-1" FOREIGN STEEL. C. ENGLISH TIN i. II Swedish keg £ 14 5 0 Block per ewt 4 1 0 Do. faggot 15 0 0 Bar 4 2 EXGLISH COPPER, d. Refined 48 Sheets, sheathing FOREIGN TIN. k. & bolts per lb. 0 0 10 Banca, in bond.. 4 7 0 Toushcakcpo- Straits ..?. 4 5" ton 88 10 0 TINPL 1,1 Tile S7 10 0 IC Coke per box. 1 7 9 Old copper e. per IC Charcoal 1 13 0 pound. 0 0 8 IX do. 1 18 FOREIGN- COPPER SPELTER M. South American, Plates warehoused in bond.. £ 73 â75 0 0 per ton 15 0 ESGUsH LEAD. g. Do. to arrive.00 0 Pig per ton 1(3 0 0 ZINC. r,. Sheet ..17 0 0 I English sheet 21 0 0 Red lead 17 10 0 Quicksilver, o. if" 2 White ditto .22 0 0 pound 0 3" TERMS « 6 months, or 2' per cent. dis.: c. do; d. 6 mont h or 2 per cent. dis. c. do; d. 6 months, or 3 per cent. dis.; e, 4 months, or 24 per ccn1; dis. ditto; g, ditto; h, ditto i, ditto; k, net cash,. l, 6 months, or 3 per cent. dis; m, net cash n,3 month. or 14 per ectit. d;s.; o, ditto, li dis.

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