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THE MARKETS. MARK-LANE, Monday. There was only a limited quantity of wheat on sale here to-day Coastwise and by land carriage, and the bulk of it was In very middling tondltfon. Good and fine samples were in fair request, at prices eqnal to Monday last: but inferior parcels were very" dull, and rather lower to sell. The show of foreign wheat was good. On the whole, about an average business was transacted in most kinds, at last week's cur rancy. Floating cargoes of grain were inactive, but not cheaper. The supply of both English and foreign barley was rather limited. Most descriptions were in moderate request, at late rates. Malt was held at very full prices, but the mand for it was by no means active. The supply v&s seasonably good. Oats were the turn dearer, although the inquiry for them was by no means active. The imports of fereton were on a limited scale. Beans moved off slowly but at very full prices. In peas oalya limited business was passing, at late rates. The flour trade was steady, at full quotations. Maiae was held at quite last week's quotations. Seeds, generally, were a slow Inquiry. In the value of cukes no chaage took place. MKTBOPOLITAN CATrLE MARKET, MuNIUi. There was only a limited supply of foreign stock on sule here to-aay- Ane demand, however, ruled heavy, aud the 500piD8 tendency. Fresh up from our £ districts the arrival of beasts was moderately f^4^ftio^Pme condition. The supplies from Irelaud ruleil were rather limited. For all breeds the demand MoruiI^Vy; at/declinem 1u°tations, compared with «t°.na ,Llast' of 2d. per 81b The best Scots and crosses sold at 4s. lOd. per 81b. From Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, and Cam- oridgeshire we received about 1,600 Scots and crosses; from other parts of England, 700 various breeds from Scotland, 332 Scots and crosses and from Ireland, 170 cows, lieiicrs, &c. Notwithstanding that the supply of sheep was limited, sales progressed heavily, in prices, however, no quotable change took place, the top figure for Downs and haif-breds being 5s. per 81b. There were a few lambs on offer at late rates, namely, from 35s. to37s. per head. The few calves iu the market changed hands slowly, at last week's currency, namely, from 4s. 4d. to 51. 6d. per 81b. In pigs—the supply of which was good—very little was passing, on former terms. The highest prioe was 4s. 2d. per Sib. POTATOES. Full average supplies of potatoes are on sale at these markets the demand, on the whole, has been moderately active, at our quotations. The imports into London last week consisted of 52 bags and 199 sacks from Boulogne, 3 baskets from Amsterdam, 1,136 sacks from Dunkirk, 4 casks and 2 bags from Rotterdam, 60 tons from Rouen, 90 tons from Havre, and 17 tons and 4 sacks from Caen. Regents 120s. to 170s.; Flukes, 130s. to 170s. Rocks, 110s to no". French, 90s. to 100s. per ton. HOPS. No material alteration has taken place in this markpt The demand has been only moderate, and prices in soma instances were barely maintained. On the Co there has been a fair consumptive inquiry and in the American markets a moderate quantity has been disnosed cf The imports into London last week consists ™ >! i ? Antwerp, 13 from Boulogne, 289 from Tw J-0? bHe/ffrolU Hamburgh, 571 from Bremen 13VT^ from Rotterdam. Mid and' ifpi v ? t 1 oi. 0s.; Weald of Kents M nf t ^ents, 61. 15 s to to 61 15s. • Farnhnmo o?' k" ? to 7s- Sussex, Oi. Os. to 7L 0s.; Belgians 3/' is. t Vii08' Bavarians, 41. log. to 01.15s. 15s. to 41 15s.; yearlings, a ios. WOOL. Bu.sinØ8i1.ill colonial wool, slnee our last report, has been olaveryltmited character, at nominal prices. The next series of public sales are announced to commence on the j!7tn inst. The quantity already received comprises 34,004 bales, consisting of 6,390 from New South Wales and Queens- land, 2,988 from Victoria, 2.1S7 from South Australia 566 t 2,1 ew Zeaiand. and 21,864 from the Cape of Good Hope. In English wool very few transactions have taken place on former terms. The import into London last week consisted of 2,467 bales from Sydney, and 717 bales from Port Alfred. Current prices of Bngllah woolFleeces.— Southdown hog- gets, is. 2d. to la 2fd.; half-breds, Is. 2}d. to Is. 3Jd Kant fleeces, Is. Id. to la ljd.; Southdown ewes and wethers. Is.Id. to la ltf.; Leicester ditto la. Id. to Is. 2<L per lh. torts: olothlng, is, 2d, to la 6id.; ceubtog, la 01. to is, aid pec 10.