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THE MARKETS. MARK-LANE.—MONDAT. At Mark-lane the wheat trade was again firm. The nmrket was not excited, but the tendency continued against the buyer. The receipts of home-grown produce were, as utuaj, short. The demand was steady, and the prices realised were fully as high as on Monday last. Foreign wheat was In fair supply. The trade was firm, and prices tended against the buyer. Barley was in short supply and strong request, at fully late rates. Malt was disposed of at fall currencies, there was an improved demand for oats, and prices were tending against the buyer. Maize was in request at rather more money. Beans and peas were firm, and about is, per qr dearer. The flour market was steady, with a fair business doing. METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET.—MONDAT. With colder weather and less extensive supplies the cattle trade has øhè"D greater firmness. From our own grazing distrlets the receipts of beasts were tolerably good, but the quality and condition were again Indifferent. Rather moro lite was apparent in the demand, more espe- cially as regards choice beasts. Prices showed greater firmness, still the best torts were offered at fit. 2d. to 6S. 4d. per 81b. As usual, a large number ol Deasts would not make more than 6». per 81b. FROM the Juaiand and Some counties we received abeut 1,860, of England about 200, from Scotland 37, »N<* JJSLAND about SOU head. On the foreign side the supplies were less, especially ftom Spa L)e:Qmark; trade was quiet but firm. The moder- ately well filled. The demand 411 _advance ot 21. per 81b. The best Downs and half-bredi sold at 6s. 6<L to 6s. 84. per 8 b. Calves an<» PU«were quiet but firm. At Depiford there were about 1,900 beasts and 7,000 sheep. Coarse and inferior beasts, 4s. to 4I. 6d.; second quality, 4t 6d. to 5s. • crime large oxen, 5s. to 5S. 21; prime Scots, &c., 5a 2D' to 5A 4D. I coarse and inferior sheep, 4s. 6d. to 5s. 6d.; second quality ditto, 5s. 6d. to 6s. prime coarse woolled, 6s. 2d. to 6*. 4d. ptime Southdowns, 6s. id. to 6s. 6d. large coarse oalves, 4s. 6J. to 5s. prime amall ditto, 5s. Od. CO 5s. 6.1. larne pork, 4s. to 4t. 6..1.; small ditto. 4S. 6d. to 4J. lOd. per 81. SLAKING the offal. METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET.— MOHDAY. With a more moderate supply of meat on sale, trade to- DAY YAS rather more active, at firmer prloes Inferior beef, 2s. 8a. to 3s. 4d.; middling ditto, 3s. 6d. to 4s.; prime ditto, 4s. 4d. to 5s. Inferior mutton, 3s. 4d. to 4s.; middling ditto, 4S. 4d. to 4s. 8d. prime ditto, 6s. to 5s. 8<L veal, 5a. to 5A. 4d.: prime large ditto, is. to is. id.; small ditto, 45- 6d. to 6s. per 81b. by the carcase. GAME AND POULTRY. Capons, 3S 6d. to 6s. 6d. pullets, 2s. 9d. to 0.; chickens, la. 6d. to 2a. 6d live hens, 11. 9d. to Sa. pigeons, 6d. to 9d. plovers, 4d. to Sd. pintail, It. to is. 6d. partridges, 2S. to 3s. 3d. pheasants, 3S. to ba. grouie, 2.. 9d. to 4iL; capercailzie, 4s. to 6S. 6d. wild ducks, II. 64, to 2s. ad.; hares, 3s. to 4s. 3d. each. HOP. The trade for hops Is rather less active, but cholcs qualities being very scarce, their value Is well supported^ The price of Inferior hops have somewhat ot a downward tendency. Abroad the markets are reported to be very firm, especially for good bops. The prices were as follow • —East Kent, cr.olce, £ 14 10s. to £ 18 18S Mid Kent, cholc* £ 12 10s. to £ 16 16».; ditto second qualities, £ 3 8s. to £ L"» Weald of Kent, £ 9 9«. to £ 14 Sussex, £ 9 5s. to £ 12; DL«* £ inferior and diseaned, £ 3 10s. to £ 7 7s. Bavarian, £ 9 1W- » £ 12; Bohemian, £ 9 16S. to £ 12 Poperinge, £ 5 10s. to £ O Alost, iC5 5s. to iC5 1ó5. American, 411 to £ 1 £ 10S. FfSIL ditto, Trawl haddock, 12s. 6d. to 15s. per ballket, r Bib.; black 20s. to 33s. per barrel; fresh eels, 8d. T° °»I'*»<> 16s. eaoh; soles, 2S 6I to 4S 3d. per pair; turhot, • per score; mackerel, 2s. to 3S. per dozen CO<,v „«kve oysters, 18I. to crimped ditto, 8a. 6D to 17s. 6J- each; D0, per BUSHEL, 20s. per hundre common 20A. GD. to 1-J .S6- lobsters, 3*. SW. to 30s. per DOZ I HASK^V;,bloaters, 8S. to 6s.