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"SKETCHES IN LONDON.

THE SNIDER GUN.

THE FORTHCOMING EXHIBITION.

iARCHDEACON ALLEN'S GRIEVANCE!

PHEASANTS OUT OF SEASON!

A LETTER FROM MR. BRIGHT.

SEVEN THOUSAND POUNDS DAMAGES!

A MURDER BY BUSHRANGERS.

THE FENIAHJAID IN KERRY.

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ROSA BONHEUR'S HORSE FAIR…

TEMPERING JUSTICE WITH MERCY!

Family Notices

THE AZTECS. -

POISONING DOMESTIC ANIMALS.

EDUCATION IN AUSTRIA.

A COMFORTABLE VIEW OF THINGS!

ARTISANS' AND LABOURERS' DWELLINGS.

AN EXAMPLE WORTH FOLLOWING!

ADVERTISING FOR CURATES!

GALLANT BEHAVIOUR.

A HORRIBLE DEATH.

A SPECIMEN OF RED-TAPEISM,

SUICIDE OF A YOUNG LADY AT…

SINGULAR ACCUMULATION OF WEALTH…

A CHILD'S UNAFFECTED ELOQUENCE;

. PROFLIGACY AND CRIME.

AN ENTERPRISING AMERICAN!

THE CHINESE IN CALIFORNIA.

A STARTLING FACT FOR THE LADIES:

--, THE MARKETS.

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THE MARKETS. MARK LANH, MONDAY. The supply of English wheat on sale here to-day was very moderate, while the condition of the produce was poor. The trade for aU qualities was very Inactive, even good and fine dry tampte* "log In slow request. In prieN, as com- pared with Monday last, no quotable change took place. About an average supply of foreign wheat wu on the stands. The amount of bualaess transacted was very mode- rate. Peal on the whole ruled firm. Floating cargoes of grain were in moderate request, at the rates current on Monday la»t. with barley the market was moderately sup- piled. There was a slight improvement In the demand, and i .T2 cnTency WM iully supported. The malt trade ruled heavy, at about stationary prices. The supply of oats on sale was very moderate. The trade for all qualities ruled arm, and late rates were freely maintained. Beans were In 'aw supply, and steady request, at full currencies. Peas, with which the market was but moderately supplied, were steady in price, and in fair demand. The flour trade ruled nrm, at late prices. Linseed and ftapeseed met a slow sale, at late rates. The amount of business doing ln agricultural seeds is still small. Cakes met a slow sale, on rather easier tefikifi METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET.—MOKDAX. There was about an average supply of foreign beasts on sale here to-day; but tne show of sheep and calves was limited. Trade ruled heavy, and prices had a drooping tendency. Only a moderate number of beasts was received fresh up this morning from our own grazing districts, but the general quality ot the stock was good. The arrivals from Ireland and Scotland were rather limited. AU breeds met w inquiry at a decline In the quotations, compared with Monday last, of 2d per 81b. The best Scots and crosses sold at 6s to 5s 2d per 81b. From .Norfolk, Suffolk, and Cambridgeshire we received about 1,400 Scots, short* horns, &c from other parts of England, 600 variolic breeds; from Scotland, 296 Soots anil crosses; and ftom Ireland, 100 oxen, &c, There was all Increased number of sheep in the pens, In good saleable condition. The demand for even the best Downs was heavy, and the quotations gave way 2d per 81b. The top figure for sheep In the Wool was 6s, out of the wool, ÓI per SIb. Shorn Lineolns prodaoed 53 per 81b. We were fairly supplied with lambs, which moved off slowly, at from 7. 4d to 81 per 81b. There wa* a steady inquiry for calves, at 4a 8d to 51 8d per Sib. In some few instances 6a per 81b. was realised. The sale for pigs was heavy in the extreme, at further depressed rates. The highest quotation did not exceed At per 810.. HOPS. Rather more business has been passing In fine hops, and prices firm. The demand, however, Is by no means active. Brown hops have been in improved request Last we;k's imports comprise 8 bales from Bremen, 98 from Oitend, 189 from Boulogne. 194 from Antwerp, and 44 ba.188 from Hambuigii. Mid and East Kents, 170s to 231s • F&rnbatn and county, 170s to 225s; Weald ol Kents, 168s to 185s" Sussex, 164s to 175s yearlings, 106a to 150s: Olds, to 95l pet cwt. POTATOES. These markets are well s pplled with potatoes, In which only a moderate business has been concluded, onr qaota- £ idBS' taI37? ? LoJ?don lfts* week oonslsted of 1,288 bags, 1?3 tons, 434 sacks, Dunkirk 60 tons, Portrieux; 167 08iue 64 barrels Odessa 3 casks, Rotterdam J" £ 82 tws from Caen. Yorkshire regents, 100s to 160s; Sootch regents, 100s to 170s; and rocks, 100s to 130s per ton. WOOL. There is an almost entire suspension of business in the wool market, in consequence of the near approach ol the public sales, which are announced for the 28th inat. The arrival amounts to about 8,000 bales. The import into London, last week. amounted to 2,103 bales from the Cape of Good Hope, and 1,075 bales from Taganrog. Fleeces: Southdown hoggetts, Is 7id to is 8*d half bred ditto, Is Did to Is lOtd; abort fleeces, Is 8d to Is 9d: Southdown ewes and wethers, is "4 to Is 8d' Leicester ditto, Is to Is 4d. Sorts Clothing, is 0d to Is 10*4 oountry, lididtpli,