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CUTTINGS FROM AMERICAN PAPERS.

THE MARKETS.

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THE MARKETS. MARK-LANE.—MONDAY. At Mark-lane the grain trade continued firm. American advices report considerable steadiness, and It Is evident that the market here being mainty influenced by the course ot events on the other side of the Atlantic must respond. Supplies of home grown produce were again very short, and proved not so plentiful as formerly. There was a moderate attendance, and a fair business was transacted. English wheat was about 2s., and foreign about 2s. to Sa per qr. dearer than on Menday last. Barley was in moderate supply. Malting was very firm, and grinding ruled about Is. higher than last week. Malt was firm in value and Inquiry. In oats more business was doing, and the tendency was against the buyer to the extent of is. 6d. per quarter. Maize was again very Arm, especially round American. Prices ruled 2s. to 3s. higher. Beans and peas were steady, and about it. dearer. The flour market was very firm, at an advance of Is. to 2s, per sack and barrel. METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET.—MONDAY. The cattle trade was much in the same position. Supplies were ample lor requirements. The arrivals of English beasts were on a fair scale, and there was a liberal display of Irleh stock, but not much from Scotland. As usual, the quality aud condition left plenty ot room for improvement. There was no feature in the market. Business throughout was quiet, and no particular change occurred in prices. The best Scots and crosses sold at 5i. 4d., but much good stock went for 6s. per 81b. From the Midland and home counties we received about 2,000, from Scotland 64.. and from Ireland about 1,000 head. On the foreign side of the market were about 380 Americans, besides a few Danish and Spanish. There was a quiet trade, on former terms The sheep-pens were fairly weil tilled. The demand was hardly so good. but values remained about the same. The best Downs and halt-breds sold at 6a. 6d. to 6s. 8d. per SIb. Oalves and pigs were quiet, but steady. At Deptford theM were about 2,300 beasts and 11,610 sheep. Quotations Coarse and inferior beasts, 45. to 4s. 6d. second quality, 4s, 6d. to 5s. prime large oxen, 6s. to 5a. 2d.; prime Scots, &c., 5s. 2d. to 6s. 4d coarse and inferior sheep, 4s. 6d to 68. second quality ditto, 6a. 6d. to 6s.; prime coarse woolled, 6s. 2d. to 6j. 4d.; prime Southdowus, 6a 6d. to 6s. 81 large coarse calves, 6s. to 6s. 6d.; large pork, 4s. to 4s. 6d.; small ditto, 4s. Od. to 5s. per 81b. sinking the offaL METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET.—MONDAY. With a large supply and mild weather, trade was very bad at the following pricesInferior beef, 2s. 6d. to, 3s. 4d.: middling ditto, 3s. 4d. to 4s. prime ditto, 4s. 4d. to. 4s. 10d inferior mutton, 8s. to 3a 4d.; middling ditto, 3s. 6d. to 4s prime ditto, 4s. to 5s. 4d. veal, 5s. to 5s. 4d.: large pork, Ss. 4d. to 3a. 6d.; small ditto, 3s. 8d. to 4s. pec- 81b. by tbe carcase. POTATO, The supply of home-grown potatoes continues very indif- ferent but the foreign Importations are amply sufflcleac to meet the demand. Prices are without much change from last week, as follows Scotch regents, 130-, to 150s. i ditto champtans, 1303. to 150s. Lincolnshire ditto 130s; Victorias, 120s. to IbOIl. per ton; German reds and Belgian kidneys, 5s. 6d, to 6s. Ed. per hag. FISH. Fresh herrings, 15s. to 2U. 6d roused ditto, 13s. to 25s. red ditto, 19s, to 2t2. kipper haddocks, 80s. to 400. plekleft herrings, 30s. to 35s.; crabs, 45s. to 60s. per barrel • Esackerel, Is. 6d. to 3s. mullet, 2s. 9d, to 5s. lobsters ids. 6d. to 49s. oysters, 6d. to 3s. per dozen bloaters, 8a, to 6s. kippers, 2s. 6d. to 6s.; whiting, 8s. M. to 12a. 6d. plaice, 14s. to 20s.; smelts, 6s. 6d, to 8s. pes aox. MP. The trade for hops presents a quielai appearance, but choice hops are scarce, and ceuomana lull prices. Medium qualities are searoely so dear, but lnierlor produce is almost uuR.ue&ble. Tho following are the q-aotalions E«t Kent, choice, Zll 1015. So AIS 18a. Mid Kent, choice..SH 10s. to £.16 16s. ditto, second qualities, £8 8s. to 4 10 Weald of Kent, £9 9f. to £ > ftisex, 29 5s. to £ 12 ditto inferior and diseased, M K*. to JN 7s. Bavarian. £9. 10s. to iCl2 Bohemian, £ 9 16s. to £ 13 Poperlnge, £ 5 10*. to £ 6 6), 1 Alost, £ 6 5S, «o £ 51&8. American, £ u to £ 1S