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The Cprn I rade. MARK-LANE, OCT. D.-The currency ruled steady for English Wheat at this day's market, and much business was transacted, a clearance being made of good qualities. White, brought 43s to 47s for new, and red 39s to 44s per quarter. Prices about the same for foreign, ranging at 40s to 5-fs, but salesflimited and sup- ply plenuful. Several parcels of American on offer, and demand goodllt 40s to 4;6s. A fairobusineS8 in Flour, but no improvement in the value: town-made selling at 3ts to 43s; country, 28s to 84s per sack; and American, 19s to 24s 6d per barrel.—Of Barley more at .market than required, and prices weak, maltingselliDg at 32s to 39s, distilling and grinding, 26s to 31s.—The Malt trade was slow, and 60s to 68s the value of pale.-Oats were largely d'alt in and at full rates: English and Irish, 17s to 23s 6d; Scotch, 21s to 25s M and foreign, 18s to 25s.—The value of Indian Corn is 28s to 29s, but not much in demand.-Beans not much wanted, but a fair trade in Peas; white, 37s to. 40s; and grey, 33s to 35s.-Many contracts in Linseed Odessa hrings Cls to 62s, and East India, 62s to 69s per quarter. LIVERPOOL, OCT. 6 —Market moderately attended. Wheat rather more (regular. Flour neglected, and no change in value. Indian corn active and steady in price. In. other. articles there is no change to report. HOPS, BOKOUGH MARKET, OCTOBER 5.—Messrs. Pattendem and Smith report an active demand for all descriptions of the new growth, and coloury samples realise higher prices. COTTON, LIVERPOOL, OCTOBER 6.—Market quiet. Sales about 5,000 bales. TALLOW, OCTOBER 6.—The market is steady. Town tallow is quoted 45s; Petersburg Y.C. on the spot, 45s 3d: October to December, 45s 3d; December, 45s 6d to 45s 9d; January to March, 45s 6d to 45s 9d; March, 46s. HAY, SMITIIKIELD MARKET, OCT. 6.—Messrs. Harvey and Easton report trade at the following prices:-Prime meadow hay, 80s to 84s superior ditto, 86s to 92s 6d; inferior ditto 60s to 70s; roweu, 60s to 80s; clover, old, 90s to 120s; ditto, second cut, 80s to 108s; straw, 28s to 34s. WOOL.-There has been little activity in the demand for English wool daring the week, nevertheless prices both of Down and long descriptions have continued very firm. In colonial parcels but little is doing, yet the quotations are well supported. The import last week was large, viz., 3/287 bales from Sydney; 1,587 Moretown Bay; 762 Melbourne: 372 Port Philip; 4,539 Algoa Bay; 229 East London; 463 Kurrachee; and 300 bales from Algiers. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES, COVEKT-GAUDKN.-—Supplies of both vegetables and fruit, with the exception of peaches, which are scarcer, continue plentiful, and of grapes and pine-apples the supply is sufficient for the demand. Of melons there is a good stock of both English and foreign. There is also a good supply of Williams' Bon Chretien, Louise Bonne of Jersey, and Marie Louise pears. Some good examples of Ribston pippin apples have also arrived from Jersey. Kent cobs and filberts are now coming in in good condition, and for the cobs a fair demand is springing up at from 60s to 65s per lOOlbs. For potatoes market is still heavy and prices are falling. Cat flowers chiefly consist of orchids, pelargoniums asters, marigolds, calceolarias, mignonette. and roses- Pine- apples, per lb, 3s 6d to 7s; grapes, per lb, 2s to 6s apples per a sieve. Is 6d to 2s 6d; Pears per i sieve, 2s 6d to 5s: Plums per j sieve, 3s to 6s; figs, per doz, 2s 6d; peaches, per doz,' 6s to 15s; nectarines, do, 2s to 5s; melons, each, 2s to 4s; lemons, p 100, 8s to 12s; nuts, small, p bush, 14s to 18s; almonds, do, 18s; walnuts, do, 14s to 20s; cabbages, per doz. Is to 2s; green peas, per qrt, Is to Is 6d; cauliflowers, each, 3d to 6d; pota- toes, York Regents, per ton, 60s to 80s; Shaw's, ditto 50s to 60s; turnips, per bunch, 4d to 6d; carrots, do, 6d to Bd spinach, per sieve, Is 6d to 2s; cucumbers, each, Is to Is 6d; "beet, per doz, Is 6d; tomatoes, each, 2d to 3d; celery, per b-andle, is 6d to 2s; French beans, per sieve, 2s to 6s; shallots per lb! 8d; garlic, per lb, 8d; lettuces, each, Id to 2d; endive, per score, Is to Is 6d horseradish, per bun, Is 6d to 4s; mushroome, per pott. Is to Is 9d; parsley, per 12 bnnches, 3s to 4s: herbs, per bunch, 8<L

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