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REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRAUE. i DURING THE TAST WFEIt. I From the Marlt Lane lirpress. I Fluctuations from hoar frost to fog and wet have j h atTain ruled during the past week. There is now, consequently, an unusual accumulation of water in the reservoirs, and the deep spring have poneraliy got their sunplics for the next summer. The sud- den state of the clay lands prevents their tillage, and field work has been generally impeded. Farmers still sutFer seriously in the condition of their samples so that not withstanding short supplies, 1 in many markets we have a repetition of dull accounts. In some places even prime qualities have been ra- ther brought down by the very low rates pro- cured for what has been unfit for use without mix- ing. A few markets have however, reported a sm.dl advance in useful qualitieq. But in London, with a stock of foreign about 80,000 quarters beyond this time last year, say about. 310,000 quarters, and 900,000 quarters more throughout tne kingdom millers are not eager buyers. And this is, perhaps, the more so, as the mild weather may produce ear, lier shipments from the Baltic than was once expec- led. Some quantity of old also yet remains in th- country. Whatever opinions, therefore prevailc neither the general quantity of the English wheat,i nor the prices demanded for good foreign here or abroad, are tempting to speculators.

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FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY. I

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