IREVIEW OF THE BRITISH COUN* TitADP DURING THE PAST WEEK. 1:;|1865-03-25|The North Wales Chronicle and Advertiser for the Principality - Welsh Newspapers Online
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I REVIEW OF THE BRITISH COUN* TitADP DURING THE PAST WEEK. 1:; A continuance of rough and ungenlal weather his begun to tell seriously upon the labour necessary in the fields, 1 ho 80 ing of Spring corn and seeds has been materially hindered, an,} the young wheat begins to allow the effect of a long state of in action and exposure. Complaints increase as to its general a pect the alterations of temperature have raised it from its b. and exposed it to the sleet and chilling atmosphere, and on t4 whole, there is far less promise than.when started with at the cot., mencement of the year. The ice bound ports of thy North, are however, gradually opening and the almost fai ure of forein wheat supplies may soon give place to the resumption of com. meroe, if prices hold out the slightest encouragement. Hut thi, has not happened yet, as the week's report of the Ei gli^h lJlar. kets has been a dull one and it would seem that nothing ht some unmista eable disaster or a foreign war would tempt sp^ ulators to meddle with the corn trade. With an advance, ho». ever, of 103 per qr. they might be attracted by the low price. One thing, however, is certain, that if our imports continue at the present rate, we shall be left to our own resource, aii.l far. mers will then be to blame if they neglect an opportunity to paid for their anxieties and toil. I:i France the upv-ard move ment in country markets has acted oil in s1>it f'! the hea?): stocks of flour, wheat been generally about Is per qr d^irer from the consumptive demand, though the trade is by no :n:a.i actiri1, Belgium begins to feel the influence of her neighbours; F £ olland remains mueh the samt., as do other parts of the Contiaen;; while lhougl prices are low at Odessa, no margin h for profitable exports thence, In South America they have h vd g j] crops, but the continuance of the deadly sttife in the Noriht;« Continent makes a great deartii of the neccessarics o life in l: tain idealities.with little prospect of the peaceful tillage of :he soil in the Southern states; and New York remain* too iWaraa regards breadstuff* for any important exports.

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