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LONDON PRODUCE MARKETS.

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LONDON PRODUCE MARKETS. MINCING LANE, WEDNESDAY. The produce markets exhibit every indication of a healthy and strong position, the protracted delay in entering into operations having little or no effect on current rates. SUGAR.—The market is quiet at the moment, but quota- tions are firm. COFFEE.—Native Ceylon at 60s to 60s 6d is in request. TEA.—Public sales are declared for, and but little s expected to be done in the interim. RICE.-Some small parcels of soft grain changed hands at 9s to 9s 3d per cwt., and 200 or 300 bags Dacca, at 9s 101d per cwt. SALTPETRE is held for late rates, at which there are few buyers. JUTE is again rather dearer. SHELLAC has sold at 9115s pertewt. for ruby sort, to arrive. GAMBIER.—A good business has been done at 17s per cwt. OILS.—Linseed remains quoted 27s 6d. Owing to heavy export duties about to be imposed by the King of Naples, olive oils are held for higher prices. Those now asked are 53l for Mogadore, and 611 for Gallipoli. Rape is still quoted 40s for foreign pale, and 38s for brown. METALS.—The market for all descriptions is quiet; 25 tons spelter have sold at 21l per ton on the spot. TALLOW.—Russian continues nearly at a stand still, and prices are next to nominal.