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TO ELLEN'S EYE.

THE PILGRIM IN SIGHT OF JERUSALEM.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

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REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

MARK LANE, MONDAY AFTERNOON,…

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MARK LANE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 9. 1849. At this morning's market there was a very trifling show of wheal by land-carriage samples from Essex and Kent. and none fresh up from more remote parts of the kingdom. The trifling na'ure of the supply induced factors to ask rather more money, and though buyers acted with caution last Monday's rates wert- in partial instances exceeded. The fresh arrivals from abroad were only moderate, and having a tolerably good attendance of country purchasers the trade was decidedly firm. Really fine qualities could scarcely be secured on as easy terms as last week, but Polish Odessa, unless veiy fine, was freely offered at rates at which few importers would have been inclined to sell on this day week. The nominal top price of town-manufactured flour underwent no change. Good fresh-ground country, and the best descrip- tions of foreign flour, commanded hst Monday's quotations. Barley of home growth was very scarce, and full prices were asked for foreign. Purchasers were not disposed to buy more than tequiredftor immediate use, and the transactions were, therefore, on rather a restricted scale. We must, however, quote good heavy grinding qualities about Is. per quarter higher than on Monday last. Malt was also the turn dearer. There were not many oats fresh up, either coastwise or from abroad, and the best sweet corn commanded an advance of 6d. per quarter. The inferior kinds of fireign were not dearer, and the sale for the latter was by no means active. Beans of all kinds were held with increased firmness, and for peas last Monday's currency was slightly exceeded. Nothing of interest transpired in floating cargoes of Polish Odessa wheat, Indian corn, icc. Shillings per quarter. Old. New. WHEAT, Essex & Kent, white 44 52 46 54 Ditto red 42 46 40 46 Norfolk and Suffolk — 42 47 RYE, 22 22 L!ARLEY, Essex, Kent) Distillers'& Grinding Norfolk,and Suf- com. Malting — — 26 28 folk ) Chevalier — — 29 31 MALT, Essex, Norfolk and Sufiolk. — 58 69 Kingston, Ware, and town made .— — 58 62 OATS, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, and Yorkshire, feed — 15 18 Ditto, Poland and potato. — 16 20 Northumberland, Berwick, and Scotch feed ooo.e.o, o.-o.. 18 21 Devonshire, and West Country feed or sack. — 14 16 Dundalk, Newry, and Belfast, potato — — 18 22 Limerick, Sligo, and Westport, potato — — 17 21 Pitto,feed.— — 16 19 Cork, Waterford, Dublin, Youghal, and Clonmel, black — 13 18 Ditto, white .— — 15 18 Galway. 12 14 EEANS, Ticks .— — 28 31 Harrow 31 36 PEAS, Don-boiling — 26 27 Hog and gray — — 30 34 FLOUR, town made (per sack of 280lbs.) — — 39 45 Norfolk and Suffolk, household (ditto).. — — 33 36 WEDNESDAY, JULY 11. ARRIVALS.—English: wheal, 320; barley, —; oats, 1,660; Irish: barley, j oats, —. Foreign: wheat, 9,260; barley, 1,550 oats, 40,010 qrs. English Flour, 810sacks.

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