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MARKET REPORTS. "V'V.V" CORN AVERAGES, For the week ending May 11. The following are the quantities sold and the prices this year and last year:- QUANTITIES SOLD. PIECES. I This vear. Last your. This ye-ir. L<wt year. QUANTITIES SOLD. PIECES. This vear. Last your. This ye-ir. L<wt year. Wheat. 44,730 32,(W) 52- 4 1. 65s. Kl. Barley. 2,360 3,275 +»s. 2 «W>s. ,• Oats. 2,688 1,043 2os. 8.1. 2bs lOd. Corn, &c. LIVERPOOL, Ti:r.s!).vv. A better tone mirket, though business was not active, and wasin were about the same as on last market day.. Wheat was in moderately fair request, and closed steadyc ^?He/ n uvei! Beans 6d. to Is. lower on the week and P««s rather in biIJ era favour. Indian corn 111 moderate demand at 2os M. to .os^9d. for new mixed American, the latter price beinD most common. PHICES (this day). s. d. a d. American Wheat, P centil of 100 lbs 10 0 to 11 8 English Flour,$280 lbs 4;» ° Foreign Barley,$60 lbs 1 ] English Oats, 45 lbs » 4 4 Egyptian Beans, 480 lbs. -••••• 34 6 Indian corn, American new vv-hite 0 0 2, 3 mixed A-in^ricfl-n 6 27 0 LONDOV WEDNESDAY.—Quietness is still the characteristic of the <rrain trade at ^ark-lane. There was a thin attendance, and business progressed slowly. English wheat was in short and business progressed slowly. English wheat was in short supply and the show of foreign was moderate. Transactions were on a limited scale, at the reduced prices of Monday. All kinds of barley met a quiet sale, and were without alteration in value. Malt sold at previous currencies. Oats and maize met a limited demand at about late rates. Beans and peas were un- altered in price and were purchased slowly. The foreign market was dull, and prices were unchanged. Arrivals: British wheat, 372 quarters; malt, 1,055 quarters maize, 630 quarters. Foreign 1Vheat, 12,410 quarters barley, 10,200 quarters; oats, 16,600 quarters; maize, 12,580 quarters; beans, 1,000 quarters; peas, 550 quarters flour, 13,700 sacks and 1,809 barrels. CURRENT PRICES OF GRAIN AT MARK LANE. Shilling qr. Wheat, new Essex and Kent (whiter 55 to 59 Ditto ditto (red). 47 52 Wheat, Norfolk, Lincoln, and Yorkshire (red) 47 50 Barley (Chevalier) 40 50 Oats, English feed 24 28 Beans (Mazagan) 30 34 Peas, white boilers (English) 38 42 „ (foreign) 39 41 Maize. 27 35 -Flour, best Town Households, iØ sack of 280 lbs., 43s to 50s. WAKEFIELD, FRIDAY.—There was a thin attendance at mar- ket this morning. Wheat was in limited request, and prices are generally Is. to 2s. V quarter lower below those of last week. Barley quiet. In beans, oats, and maize no change. LIVERPOOL, FRIDAY.—A still quieter feeling pervaded the market and only a limited business was done in wheat at 2d., and in some cases 3d. Ii cental under Tuesday's rates. Flour 6d ban-el and Is. 1iJ sack cheaper. Indian corn dull at a decline 3d. and Gd.$quarter. New mixed American, 25s. 6d. to 2os. 9(1. 4- quarter. SHREWSBURY, SATURDAY. — Our market to-day was but thinly attended. Wheat, which was in small supply, sold Slowly at 2d. V bushel under last week's quotations. Present I)ric. s. d. s. d. lvhite Whe-,tt, 76175 lbs 8 0 @ 8 6 Red ditto, 11 7 9 8 0 Barley (malting), i..) 33 quarts. 6 0 6 6 Barley (grinding), 11 0 0 0 0 Oats, 225 lbs 21 0 27 0 Beans,$225 lbs 20 0 -1 0 Peas, 5d 2.26 lbs 20 0 21 0 'blalt, p huperitl bushel. 0 0 0 0. CHESTER, SATURDAY.—English wheat sold at 2d. to 3d. (¡Wer than this day week. Oats and barley unchanged in price. LONDON, MONDAY.—English wheat sold slowly at Is. to 2s. Mow last Monday's prices. "Foreign also dull of sale at Is. to • 6d, reduction from the same date. Flour 6d. to Is. <$sack barrel cheaper. Best oats firm; inferior corn 6d. lower, ^nding barley Gd, cheaper; malting kinds unchanged. Maize ather lower. Beans Is. lower. Peas the turn cheaper. Seed Market very quiet. More demand for sowing mustard and rape at full prices. Home grown flax seed very scarce and aear.The following were the arrivals British wheat, 3,620 Jiarters; barley, 1,725 quarters; oats, 669 quarters; flour, 14,574 Foreign wheat, 55,952 quarters; barley 17,970 quarters; ^ts, 39 572 quarters; maize, 5,796 quarters Sour, 11,374 sacks aU(l 15,111 barrels. b WELSHPOOL, MONDAY.—Wheat, Ss. 0d. to 8s. Gd.$80 lbs.; Parley, 7s. 6d. to 8s. Od$40 quarts; oats, 23s. Od to 24s. 6d V eggs, 0 to 16 for a shilling; butter, Is 2d. to Is. 3d. V lb.; 5s. 0d. to 5s. 6d. couple; ducks, 0s. Od. to 0 s. Od. V g geese, Os.Od. toOs. Od. each.; turkeys, 0s. Od. to 00s. 0d. potatoes, 5s. 6d. to 5s. 9d.$measure; new, 2d. 13 lb. TTEWTOWN, TUESDAY (Apr. 30).—Wheat, 0s. Od. to 0s. Od. f^uel; barlev, 0s. Od. to 0s. 0d.; oats, 00s to 00s$bag eggs, *or a shilling; butter, Is. 2d. to Is. 6d. lb.; fowls, 5s. 6i. On Od.$couple ducks, Os. Od. to Os. Od. 0 couple; geese, guto Os. Od. each; turkeys, Os. Od. to OOs. Od. each; potatoes, W for sixpence beef, 9d."to lid.$lb.; mutton, 9d. to lid.; > 9d to 10jd.; lamb, Od. to la. Id. OIPT^ESTRY, WEDNESDAY (May 15).—The following were the gj^tations: Wheat, 7s. 4d. to 7s. lOd. 8 bushel; barley (malt- j8), 6s. od. to 6s. 9d.; oats, 3s. 6d. to 4s. 6d.; butter, Is. 3d. to $lb.; eggs, 14 to 16 for a shilling; fowls, 4s. 6d. to 0s. 0d. <>8 n?iU^Ie; ducks, 0s. Od. to 0s. Od.$couple; geese, 0s. Od. to l3n! each; turkeys, 0s. Od. to 0s. 0d. each; potatoes, 12 lbs. to s- for a shilling. Cattle. IItERPOOL, AIONDAY.-Tliere was an average supply of ami °n offer, the numbers being 1,464 beasts and 4,005 sheep Aw ■nljs- Sales very slow for cattle. About 600 Spanish and Co'nl'lcan beasts at market. There was a good attendance of }i.i ;rJ' customers.—Best beasts, 9d. to 91(1. lb.; second ditto, difV 83d. lb.; sheep, in wool, lOd. to 12d.$lb.; clipped co> 9d. to 1 lb.; lambs. 35s. to iSs. each. METROPOLITAN, MONDAY. — There was a good average si1 PPlv of beasts, both as regards number and quality. Trade v°vv ,;n tbe British side 6s.$stone being the top price for best ^?rfelks, and other descriptions lower, except prime Scotch. j>ut 300 American oxen sold, the best realizing 5s. lOd. to 6s.; g^tuguese, 6s.; Danish, 5s. Gd. to 5s. Sd. P stone, and business pi(ie.r dly brisk for foreign. The sheep market was well sup- Seh > c^oice quality firm at late values; inferior difficult to Lambs, 8s. to 9s. 6d.$stone. Calves continue dear, tions .firia- The following were the current quota- Veal Reef, 4s. cd. to 6s. 2u. mutton, 5s. Od. to 6s. 4d. Oge' °s- 6d. to 6s. I0d.; pork, 4s. 0d. to 5s. Od. The stock on consisted of 2,830 beasts, 14,320 sheep, 210 calves, and gs; included in which were 960 foreign beasts. tcwj^^IINGHAM, TUESDAY. — We had 277 beasts on offer Illst Y- The beef trade was slow, at about late prices; in a few <95 fnces 9id.$lb was made. Sheep 932 trade steady. Pigs which there was a fair demand. Current quotations to 9|d.$lb.; mutton, SAd. to 9.}d.; lambs, 00s. to 00s. Port-Veab Od. to OOd. lb.; bacon pigs, 10s. to 10s. 6d.$score ditto, 10s. Od. to 10s. 9d.; sows, 8s. Od. to 8s. 6d. score. aI TUESDAY. The supply of beasts was <iutl' but the quality exceptionally good. A brisk trade was at higher prices. About 300 foreign beasts were offered, *3 s)re«llized high rates. The sheep trade must be characterized favn, v> hut dearer. Lambs changed hands slowly, and prices efl buyers Calves met with a fair sale at a slight advance. es: Beef, 6Jd. to 9 £ d- -13 tti.; mutton, 7Jd. to 10d.; veal, to 9jd.; lambs, 2Ss. to 53s. W°NDON DEAD MEAT MARKET, MONDAY.—The follow- irifpthe quotations rf! 8 lbs. by the carcase: Middling and beef, 2s. Sd. to 4s. 8d.: prime ditto, 5s. Od. to 5s. 8d.; 6s. ^l0r and middling mutton, 3s. Od. to 5s. 4d.; prime ditto, 4s. n,i' 6s. 6d.; veal, 5s. 0d. to 5s. 8d.; large pork, 3s. 4d. to ■^Tho' small ditto, 4s. 6d. to 5s. 4d.; lamb, Ss. Od. to 3s. 8d. Pric was a very poor demand for meat this morning, but -vy retliained pretty firm. The supply was moderate, while er was somewhat cooler. Miscellaneous. AND AMERICAN PROVISIONS, LIVERPOOL, SATUR- ^^UaT- 'tt^r: Irish in steady request; no enquiry foi States or Bacon remains dull at a further decline of 6d. ^hoi rcl without much activity at unaltered rates. Cheese 1XIeceh qualitIes bring better prices. Beef and pork are both what lower. !CN:d°Nt PROVISION, MONDAY.—The arrivals last week 5°th /re\and were 86 firkins butter and 2,978 bales bacon, and Hh M e'SR ports 23,815 packages butter and 3,863 bales bacon. ver>" favourable weather for vegetation, we have in- supplies of butter, and the prices for Normandy &c., fayour of buyers; the demand being chiefly on best was made for them. The bacon market has con- 'Q al'd a further decline of 3s. cwt. was submitted lUyj/lambing. In Irish there was no cliange in the finest [ > ?> but other descriptions were sold at irregular rates. MTL ^KPOOL WOOL, FRIDAY.—There was but a moderate tWil-^ce buyers, and the only kinds that commanded any ,,N«.0n were Peru a!1(L Lilna- of which 1,850 ballots of the j' I,) • and 300 bales of the latter found buyers at a reduction 0 W. ^lb. since March last; 162 bs. scoured Chili real- f.^f. 1M. to 2d. lb. less than this same mark brought hist JJtti • 100 bags sreasy black Spanish sold at 6?d. lb. Very R°Se,} Uiver Plate and hardly anything of Morocco was dis- 'b u By private contract, a sale of 75 bs. alpaca at Is. 5M. v' ta i s been effected.—Quotations are: East India, white, &*W3id- « yellow, 4/.d. to Ujd-; gTay, &c aid. to lOd.; .a Peruvian, Md. to 14id.; washed River Plate, 10id. to I T?,loliUt,WHshed River Plate 6il. to 9kl.; washed Morocco, 8d. unwashed Morocco, 5dto7d.; tigyptian white, 8d to Wa ^Porto fleece, 12 £ d. to 13d.; mohair, 2s. 6d. to 2s. 8d.; ls- 6d. to Is. 8d. a.!4e O HOP, MONDAY.—The market remains about the «»last week. The inquiry was fairly good for the time of nving that brewers are low in stocks. Plantation ac- ;'j'V<-are generally favourable, but fly has appeared in the 116 'Strict. bott,o ESTER HOP, SATURDAY. Messrs. Piercy, Long- ofVa,!d Faram, in their circular, say—There are very few bi fieiin £ 011 this market by planters, and the^ seem disin- "tysfs ''P'Tt with them unless they can get more money than I r °her. a slightly better tone generally is maintained. I POTATO, SATURDAY.—The trade in potatoes has eD, ari'y heavy during the past week, and prices, as will be e considerably better. Regents 120s. to 100s.$ton. HQM Regents i00s. to 120s. „ 80s. to 100s. Virtkes. 140s. to 160s. n, ^°Has loos, to ISOs. HIDE, SKIN, AND FAT, SATUR- Si3Sd • l £ es' 95 !t\ and upwards, 5il. W lb.; 85 to 94, 4kl.; 75 to #■ to'o6,5 to 74, 3Jdv; 56 to 64 3J,-d.; 55 alKl under, 3d.; Cows, 1u' fr.l-; bulls, 2gd.; flawed and irregular, 2^d.; kips, Od. to 4 hides, 0s. Od. to 12s. 3d. each. Calf, 17 lb. and e?'1. 12 to 16, 5?d.; 9 to 11, 51d.; light, 4d.; flawed i r,1}1}' 3[d. Wools, A-l, 0s. 0d.; A, 0s. 0d.; B, 0s. Od. CL 9'1 s> A> Is- ^-5 lrt- ea°h. Lambs, A, 2s. 10d.; 21 d. to 2;]d. -# lb.—JNO. S. D'ARCY, Broker, lu-street. I LEATHER.—LEADENIIALL, SATURDAY. idlJ lb. s. d. s. d. Pitto 28 'bs. to 40 lbs 1 0 @ 1 4 40 1bs- to 60 lbs 1 3 1 9 Pitto h hutts, 14 lbs. to 24 lbs 1 2 2 5 25 lbs. to 30 J 5 2 10 ^op^hutts, ic lbs. to 50 11 2 3 K^Ulrl 68 ° 7 0 n 0 10 14 n'tto11^ hides, common 'J 11 1 6 shaved.: 1118 14 2 0 KT4 NT ATWLTP!I(>I^T^E, SATUURDAY. — Sugar: Market very Hipp JTevions values. Coffee remains steady, but little rrw., Floating cargoes continue in request at full prices. ,ales firm, :ind moderately active. Jute remains dull; 6<i1 *ertised for sale next Wednesday. Tallow quiet; old, 37s. 3d. on the spot. Petroleum, Old. LIVERPOOL PRODUCE, WEDNESDAY.—Sugar in moderate demand, at steady rates. Rice continues very firm. Nitrate of soda, 16s. to 16s. 3d.$cwt. Tallow quiet, at 38s to 38s. 6d. » cwt Petroleum dull, but maintains previous quotations of 9(a. to lOd. ? gallon. Lard firm, at 36s. 1;1 cwt. Palm oil Bonny, £3G. Spirits of turpentine, 25s. to 25s. 6d. AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE.—LIVERPOOL, WEDNESDAY. Hay,$29 lbs. s. d. s d. Old 0 10 @1 1 New 0 0 0 0 stll:t"- Wheat 0 S.V 0 9. Oat 0 6.} 0 S Barley 0 0 0- 0 ;¡,q ton. s. d. s. d. Carrots 0 0@0 0 Turnips 0 0 0 0 aiigel Wurzel 0 vo 22 0 Manure 5 6 7 6 Grass, 20 lbs. 0 H 0 3 HAY AXD STRAW.—LONDON, TUESDAY. s. d. s. d. Prime meadow hay (1? ton) 85 0 @ 9o 0 Inferior ditto „ 7° 0 „ 80 0 Prime clover 100 0 137 0 Inferior ditto 85 0 95 0 Stmw ("fl load) 30 0 50 0