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The Corn Trade. MARK-LANE OCT. 6.—The weather since Friday isas Tbee fine; wind varying from N.W. to N.E. and S.E-The supply of Wheat from Essex and Kent to this morning's market was ex- cessively small, but with what was left over from last week, made a fair show, and nearly the whole remained unsold at the close, there being no buyers excepting at a considerable reduc- tion. Foreign Wheat met a slow retail inquiry at the unices this day se'nnight.—Barley, Beans, and Peas are each h. per cheaper.—The Oat trade is dull, and new Corn is 6d per lower.—In the value of Flour there is no alteration. KINGS-FORD ANKI ———— J BRITISH. OLD. ) I. row. WHEAT.Essex, Kent, Suffolk, white, per or, 50 to S6 4(> to fto Ditto, fine selected runs — to 60 48 Ditto, red — to 50 4 £ W 4S Ditto, ditto, extra — to 5i 4 > to 5# Ditto, Talavera — to 62 19 to S8 Norfolk, I inoclnshire, and Yorkshire. — to — — — BASJBY.Malting — to — 34. :o Grinding and Distilling — to — 30 i"> 3S Chevalier — to — 3S to 88 OATS.Essex and Suffolk — to — 21 tc Si Scotch and Lincolnshire, Potato — to — 22 a 36 3itto Feed — to — 22 se 28 Irish, Potato 11 — to — ir. — Ditto, Feed i to — to gra — to — ss to If BEANS.Mazagan .i — to — 3.° to 32 Tick and Harrow — to — 31 tc 3S Pigeon — to — 31 to 38 Windsor — to — — tc — Long Pod — to —, — ;.j — PEAS,Nop Boilers — to — — -j# White, Essex and Kent, Boilers — to — 3T So 39 Ditto, flue Suffolk — to — «> 4$ Maple — to — 42 to 44, „ Sr0y — to — 36 to 88 per bushel. — to — 7 s SEED.Canary .per qr. 50 to 66 — — Caraway .per cwt. -—to — — Coriander. 13 to 17 — w ^aPe per last — to — <„a „ Hempseed per qr. 38 to 44 — .Red Clover per cwt — to — BB White Clover .j — to — — t; Trefoil — to — — •/ Mustard, white .per bushel.i — to — 6 9 Ditto, brown i — to — CAE.ss.Linseed.per thousandto Z12 Sf) Fi.orrB.Best marks, delivered per sackl — to — 45 VJ. si 2nd ditto and Country J — to — K, FOREIGN. WHEAT.Danz. & Konigsb. per 496 lbs. 50 to 57 —. to, — Ditto ditto extra „ 57 to 63 — — Rostock and Wolgast 51 to 63 —. — Belgium, Pomeranian, Stettin.'andt -lA -Q Hamburg v f 10 — s.» — Hols''ein, Danish, and Swedish -to- — — French „ -to- Spanish s) — to — — M American and Canadian. „ 40 to 58 — KS — Odessa, Peterj' and Azoff „ 39 tc~51 ,j BARLEY.Malting — to — 31 IC SS BARLEY.Malting to 31 IC SS Grinding and Distilling — to — 24 to SO OATS.Poland and Brew — to 29 ^eed. — to — 17 to ft BEAKS.Small per qr. 42 to 52 — -xv — Egyptian — to — — — PSAS.White Boilers — to — 87 to 4* Yellow ditto — to — Nen Boilers — to — 34 tit 86 JAMS to — M — SEED.Red Clover per cwt. — to — in — White ditto — to — w — „ TREFOU TO zzz t,AX £ ,s.xjinseed per tor. 1160 to 200 t, Rapeseed 90 to 100 — to HLCUS.Frencn, Rhenish.per sack.».j — to — It to 40 Leghorn and Spanish — to — m w 42 Canadian and American.per brL — to — 34 to 39 AKK1 VAba IN U.HV)j<)iv OAH'f Coastwise :Wheat Barley Malt Oats j Beans1 Peas j FJ&ar e> v ('rs" <'rs" Qrs" 1rs- qrg. oris, isack* tngnsh. Soo'2 1853 ,1281812968 661 669 'itESS bcoteh 7 35 .j i' r-rish 17 SO1 7S8: Foreign 31760 8319; 16S6i; 7559 505'2U89' ii'fl ill ill ti. C. Rail ] j Gt. N.Rail S. E. RaiL ""j v" I/ONDDTF AVERAGE PRIONS OF BRITISH GRAIN FOR THY W-Frg ENDING 30TH SEPTÐIBER :Vl-teø.t, Qrs. 3927 52s 8d Barter, 453, 37s 3d; Oats, 1536, ns 3d; Beans. 130, 36s 6d; Peu, 82 328 10d. CORN AND COTTON, LIVERPOOL MARKETS, OCT. 7.—A gvod healthy business in wheat at full rates of Friday. Flour has recovered since opening, and 6d per barrel advance asked. Indian corn steady; mixed, 29s 6d to 30s. Beans, oats, and oatmeal unaltered.—Cotton rather stronger, sales probably 6,000 bales. HOPS, BOROUGH MARKET, OCT. 6. Messrs. Pattenden and Smith report a good demand for last year's growth, at firm pricesMid and East Kent, L7 to Xll inferior, JM to £ 610s Weald Kents, zC6 to XS Sussex, f5 12s to £ 7 Ms. TALLOW, OCT. 7.—The market is quiet. Annexed are the present quotationsTown tallow, 47s, net cash; Petersbnrg Y.C. on the spot, 47s 6d; December, 47s 9d; January to M&reb" 48s to 48s 3d. HAY, SUITIIFIELD MARKET, OCTOBER 7.—Messrs. Harvey sad Easton report trade slow, with a downward tendency. WOOL, LONDON.—The market continues active, and prices have still an upward tendency. Stocks on hand are very light for the season.—Rather more doing in Colonial Wool the last day or two, at late advanced prices.-At Liverpool the market was rather quiet last week, the demand for speculation having abated a little, but there has been some more business done for home consumption at current rates —Business at Havre, in the week ending Friday, was active: 595 bales Buenos Avrcs and Monte Video unwashed went at If 15c to 2f 75c the kilog; 15 ditto, damaged, 75c to If 98c; 32 sheepskin, Buenos Ayres, If to If 2 c. Tne arrivals were about 1,400 bales. This week saies have been numerous: Buenos Ayres unwashed, If 75c to 2f 65c; Monte Video unwashed, 2f 40c to 2f 55c; La. Plata at prices kept secret.—Bradford: Prices are maintained with great firmness. All low wools and some sorts of downs, which have been taken in large quantities for America, are very scarce, aai if anything, a shade stiffer in price. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES, COVENT GARDEN, OCT. 4. Vegetables and most other things in season continue good and plentiful. Importations of foreign fruit are still well kept up. Grapes and pine-apples are plentiful. Pears consist of Jersey Gratioli, Marie Louise, Duchesse d'Angouleme Gangers Berga- mot, and Hazel. Tomatoes, though scarce, and cucumbers are still sufficient for tho demand. Plums scarce. Potatoes are badly diseased. Cut flowers chieflv consist of orchids, pelargo- niums, violets, mignonette, and roses.

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