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1.The Corn Trade

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altered; sales probably about 5,000 or 6,090 bales. TALLOW, SEPT. 21. The market is quiet. Prices are quoted as follows xown t&Ilow, 40s pGtsrsburfir ~Y C on the spot, 41s 9d to 41s 6d; Octobe? to Decern"?, 42s 6d° December, ^os 3d; January to March, 44s 3d; March 44s 9d. HOP, BOROUGH, SEPT. 21.—Messrs. Pattenden and Smith report an active. demand for the new growths, at firm prices. F HAY, SsriTHFiELD MARKET, SEPT. 20.-Messrs" Harvey and Easton report trade slow at last day's prices. Prime mea- dow hay, 80s to 110s clover, old, 100s to 130s; second cut 95s to 120s; straw, 27s tc 32s. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES, CovEST-flAnnEir.—Sri> plies of most things are on the increase, especially those of grapes and melons. Apples, plums, and peaches are'abo abundant, and there is a fair supply of William's Bon Chretien pear, a fine kind at this season. Kent filberts fetch from 45s to 60s per lOOlbs. New walnuts promise to be plentiful. For Potatoes there is a heavy sale, and prices for them have a, downward tendency. Flowers chiefly consist of orchids, heaths, asters, mignonette, and roses.