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THE NEWS BUDGET.

THE DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE.

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The Corn Tradb.

ARRIVALS IN LONDON LAST WEEK.

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The Trade with America.—The North British Mail publishes the following:—" Consulate of the United States of America, Glasgow, Sept. 24,1X62.—Sir,—1 have the honour to inform you that on and after the 1st day of November of the present year (1862), no goods, wares, or merchandise will be admitted to enter any of the ports of the United States unless the invoice be verified by the certificate of the Consul of tbe United States.—I have the honour to be, vour lordship's obedient servant, J. S. PRETTYMAN, Consul, U.S.A.—To the Hon. Peter Clous- ton, Lord Provost." IMPORTING Tea without colour on the eaf prevents the Chinese passing off inferior leaves as ill the usual kmds. Hormman's Tea. is uncoloured, therefore, always gcod aMe. Sold by '2,230 Agents