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I ULAhK WERXHAM MAUKEi. THURSDAY. «. d "White Wheat 7 S — < \Vtieat — 7 l> Ma'tin^ Uarlev 10 — » •• Griiriiog liaricy I 4 0 — ♦ oats 3 ft t t Potatoc per raeaivre .I. a ? — 0 11 6 — 40 Butter. 14 — 15 7, I-0r sili)eilce Fowls, u'Tcruple 3 0 3 8 OSWESTRY CORN MARKET, WEDNESDAY. Wh'jjt, f,s 41 to Gs SJ barley, 4s 6a to 5s Od oat@ 3s 94 to 45 0.1. GLLRSMER'-i CORX MARKET.—TUESDAY. White wheat, To bs oi (M to Os Od red ditto 68 8d to 01; oats, 4s lbs, 3s 91 tu -is Cd. MARK LANE.—MONDAT. The supplier "f wheat and barlev were moderate last week, more espo<:i«My of the tormar; but of outs and oth- er Spring corn an<i ti,)"r they were fur. The czports were 300 quarters of wheat only. Of English wheat the receipt-! were 7,r>7 quarters, of foreign CllJ quarters. From Kent and k,isex this morning there was scarcely an average phow of samples, and the%e again in very bad condition generally. Tiie few picked dry parcels went olf at about former prices other descriptions remaining uasold. The foreign trade was very slow, at thepre- vious currency. The country flour was 20.5&9 sacks, the foreign 10 sacks, 4.2 31 barrels. Norfolks remained a s'ow sale, at the previous currency; American, French and town made samples being unaltered in value. Of Uritish barley the supply was 7,3C70 quarters, of to. reign 3,920 quarters. All maltinz dlscrilitions, includ- I ing Scotch and foreign, maintained their value; but in- ferior grinding parcels were very difficult to lace at previous rates. la malt business retaxined Siack, tho lower sorts tending downwards in value. Tnewtiola supply of oats was 27,787 quarters, consisting of 6,092 quarters English, 1,671 quarters Scotch, 3,840 quarters Irish, and 16,184 quarttrs foreign. Trade generally was very quiet, though good corn brought fully last Mon- da5Js rates to needy buyers. Low sorts were very dull. Of native beans there were 1,071 quarters, of foreign 1,562 qrs. The new English being very much affected by the weather, scarcely maintained their value, and old were slow to sell. Of English Peas the eupply was 726 quarters, with 100 quarters foreign. There were more samples of dun from Kent this morning, and prices, from the damp condition, hardly so good as on last Mon- day for any description. LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET.—TUBSDAT, "The weather during the week has been boiiterouf with a heavy fall of rain. There has been no change, to note in the trade. The foreign exports comprise 60 quarters barley to Melbourne, and 13 quarters peas, 15 quarters barlev, and 130 loads oatmeal to Sydney. At our market this day the busines3 in wheat was oonfined to retail purchases for local consumption, at the rates of this day week. Oats and oatmeal were both neglec- ted. Barley and peas were dull, and beans the turn cheaper. Indian coin met a very moderate sale. There was no change to note in flour, and all descriptions closed quiet. LEEDS CORN MARKET.—TUMDAT. The supply of grain falls off. More disposition 011 the part of miliars to buy wheat, and a fair amount of business might be transacted if but slight concession in prices were made. Barley as BAT. re. Beans late rates. Oats and other articles unaltered. Arrivals: wheat 3627 quarters. GLASGOW CORX MARKET.—MONDAT. Our corn market was very quiet to day; and prices nominally unaltered. MARK LANE CORN MARKET.—WEDBEBDAT. To-day's market was scantily supplied with English wheat. The few samples on offer changed hands freely, at prices fully "qu"! to Monday but other kinds were very dull, at barely late rI. Thero was a slight im- novement in the demand for firei-n wheat; out the uount of bu.-i icss don as by no means extensive, a full prices. Floating ca is suppor.ed late rates. We htd a full liewaii(I tor t.eiley, at ful; rates of currency. The molt trace was vety inactive, bt late quotations. There was a good consumptive inquiry for oats, and renllv fine samples were rather dearer. Beans, peag, and flour, were in steady request. LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET.—MOKDAT. The supply of cattle at market is less, of sheep larger than .last week. Ine demand slow for beef, at lower prices for the best quality; middling and inferior much lower. Sheep in good demand, without change in prices Beet 5|1 to (id. iNlatton 7d to SAI. LONDON CATTLE MARKET.—MONDAY. There was only a moderate supply of foreign stock on offer in to-day's market, and the whole changed hands at last week 8 currency. Fresh up t'fom our own grazing districts, as well as from Scotland, the arrivals of Beasts were seasonably good as to numbers, and ill full average condition. Although the attendance of buy- ers was tolerably numerous, the demand for all breeds ruled inactive, and, in some instance?, pricea had & drooping tendency. The beat SCtJt, &e., sold at 4a lOd per 816. About 1,200 beasts came to hand from the northern districts, 800 from the eastern districts, 600 from other parts of England, 500 from Scotland,. and 120 from Ireland. A very limited supply of sbeep was in the pens. On the whole the Mutton trate ruled, brisk, at an improvement in the currencies of 2d per Sib, the best downs having realised 5J 6d. The few calves in the market, both Englfsh and foreign, were in good request, at a further improvement in value of 2d per 81b. The pork trade was dull; neverthelesss prices were supported. GLASGOW PIG IRON MARKET.-MOKDAY. The pig iron market was steady to day, and business done at 5Ss one month, and 57s 9d cash prompt. No 3, G.M.B. 56s 6d. LONDON PRODUCE MARKET.—MOHDAT. I I Sugar: fair busines, at lolly Mondays terms. Cotree quiet, but very firm. In tea many transactions. Sound common congou Is 4d to Is 4.J paid. Rice demand moderate, but value unaltered. Tallow at 688 61 on or before the end of March, and 53s for the last three months. LONDON WOOL MARKET.-MOXDAT. There was more disposition shown to operate in most kinds of English wool, and prices are well supported- Foreign and colonial qualities command full quotations; o I. b but the demand for them is by no means active. Last week the imports were 1^1 bales from Sydney, and 719 from tho cape. HOP MARKET.—MONDAY. Our market exhibits no change of importance, the do- mand being limitd, and the currency remaining firm,, as follows ;— Mid and East Kenta .843112.. :1 WeftldofKents 63s 76s. Sussex 60s 6850 For.uox.-ThtJ imports of ioreign llopi into London last week were nil. LONDON SEED MARKET.—MoWDAY. During the past week there h is been a fair, but not much. business doing in Cloverieed, and full prices ob- tained for all doseriptioas. This morning there was more English red seed offering, but with very little fine qua. lity, and prices current during the past week were maintained. White cloverseed ia again noted 2s to 3s dearer. Trefoil steady without change. Canaryseed met more demand, and the market was cleared out at a further reduction of 2s. LONDON TALLOW MARKET.—MOXDAT. The market continues steady as to price, but business doing in it is only moderate, To day, P Y C, on the spot, ia quoted at 58s 61. Town Tallow, 603 3d. Rough fat, 3t 2d per 81b. LEADENHALL LEATHER MARKET. The supplies ot fresh leatner continue limited. Crops, butts, shoulders, and offal have sold briskly, at very fulí prices, to, in some instances, an advance of Old per lb. Other descriptions are in steady request,-at cvtreme quo- tations. LONDON fANUm MARKET.—MOVDAY. There wero no imports ot Veruvian truano into London lnat week. PRICKS CTTRREXT OF OtJANO. ,ruvi-,tn Guan.) (per ton, 30 tonq', Z Is 0 I)o. do. 'under 30 tons)..f 12 12 NEWGATL AN[) Per 81bs, by the carcase. S. d. s.d, Inferior beef 2 lito 2 10 1IlitllllilliZ do.¡ c 3 + Prime larjre do. 3 6 3 IU Do. small ditto 4 0 4 Veal 3. 8 4 61 Inferior mutton 3 a < < Middling do. 3 8 4 < Prime ditto « 4 4 » Large pork s C 4 a I Sililll Wrk 4 4 S < LONDON CATTLE MARKET.—TaruKSDAT. Trade dull, at Monday s prices. Beef, Sa 8d to 4s lOti mutton, 4a to 5s (jJ veal, 43 6d to 5s 8d; potk 38 8d to 4s 8d. Arrivals; Beasts, 1020; cows, 120; sheep and lambs, 40GO; calves, 104; pigs 12D. Holland BEASTS 130; ditto sheep, 470. LONDON PRODUCE MARKET.—^THURSDAY. Sugar quiet, prices unaltered; refined in moderate de- mand, terms easier. Good demand for coffeei rates fully its high for Ceylon. Tea firut; la 6d paid for sound common congou. Rice dull, prices 3d below last week's. Less demand for Saltpetre, but rates unaltered. Demand for Tallow limited, value unchanged. On change tallow 53s ad up to the end of Maroh. 58a laat three months. BIRMINGHAM CORN MAliKb P—Thursday. Less supply of wheat, but trade dull, and turn in fav- our ot buyers. Barley held for slight advance, but not generally obtained.

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