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IMPERIAL . PARLIAMENT.

PROFESSOR HUXLEY ON THE PEDIGREE…

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CHE GOVERNMENT EDUCATION BILL.

TERRIFIC STORM AT NEW YORK.

A JEWISH DEDICATION SERVICE…

THE "PECULIAR PEOPLE" AGAIN.

AN INVITING COLONY.

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SPUTTEBINGS FROM JUDY'S PEN.

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---CHOOSING A WIFE.

CUTTINGS FROM AMERICAN PAPERS.

EPITOME OF NEWS,

THE -MARKE jCSs

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THE MARKE jCSs MARK-LANE.—MoiTDAT From Essex and Kent the receipts of wheat have been only moderate, but the quality has been good. There has been a limited attendance, and the demand for both red and white produce has been inactive, at about late rates. With foreign wheat the market has been fairly supplied. Next to nothing has been doing in any description, on former MrmL The supply of barley has been moderate. For all qualities the inquiry has been limited, at the quotations of last week. Malt has sold slowly, at the prioes of last week. Oats have been in fair supply and limited request, on former terms. Beans have been quiet, and the demand tor peas hast been restricted. Flour has been depressed, at stationary prices. METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET.—MONDAY. The tendency of the cattle trade to-day has been decidedly adverse to grariers. The receipts have been on a more liberal scale, and to this circumstance, in conjunction with the prevalent heaviness in the dead meat market, and the warm weather, must be attributed the depression. As M. gards beasts a fair supply has been on sale, and the quality generally has been satisfactory. For all qualities the demand hasruled heavy, at 2d. per 81b. less money. The best Scots and e Boldat 8(i-4s. lOd. per 81b. There has been a decided increase in the receipts of sheep. In all breeds sales have progressed slowly, at a decline of 2d. to Id. per 81b. The few prime Downs in the wool have realised 6s. 6d. For shorn sheep the quotation has been 4s. 6d. to 4s. 8d. per 81b. Lambs have been in limited request at from 7s, 6d. to 8s. per 81b. For calves the inquiry has been restricted, and pigs have been purchased cautiously. WOOL. The attendance at the public sales of colonisl wool con. tinues good. For aU descriptions biddings have been am- mated, and the value of both Cape and Australian produce has ruled very firm. English wool has changed handll quietly, but at full prices. Current prices of HWH-I^ wool:—Fleeces: South Down hoggets, Is. 0^<L to is. id.* half-bred ditto, Is. 3d. to Is. 4d.; Kent fieeoes, 1a. 8d. to la. Sid.: South Down ewes and wethers. Is. to Is. lid. Leioea. ter ditto, is. 2 £ d. to Is. 8|<L Sorts: Clothing, la. to is. 444 combing, lid. to Is. S^d. HOPS. In the hop market nothing of interest has tnantred. Tb8 supplies have been moderate, and quite equal to the which has ruled heavy. Prioes have been without materia change. Mid and East Kents, £7 to £1Z 12s. • Weald of Kents, £ 6 to £ 8; Sussex, £ 5 18s. to £ 0 12s.; Bavarians. £ 6 6S. to £ 9. French, £ 5 to £ 6 Amarlrmn. Km to £ 8* Yearlings, £ 110s. to £ 8. per cwt. —IT. A* OS. MM, POTATOES. These markets have beea scantily suppli ed with potatasm. nevertheless the demand has been inactive, at about English Shaws, 1008. to 1301.; Regents, 110s. te 1SOa. 8cotala Regents, 90s. to 12011. Iloca, 8Iia. tol<Ms.;FreMh KidmeMatasL to 96s. per ton. TALLOW. The market has bean quiet but firm, Y.C. soot 46sL Mf cwt. Town tallow, tis. Gd. nett cash