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LOVE'S ELOQUENCE.

TO ELLEN'S EYE.

THE PILGRIM IN SIGHT OF JERUSALEM.

Caerieon Antiquarian Association.…

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

GENERAL NEWS. .

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

MARK LANE, MONDAY AFTERNOON,…

SM1THFIELD CATTLE MARKET,…

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SM1THFIELD CATTLE MARKET, MONDAY, JULY 9. The fresh arrivals of home.fed beasts were considerably less than those reported on this day se'nnight, but their general quality was tolerably good. The primest Scots, Devons, &c., commanded a steady though not to say brisk inquiry, at an ad- vance in the quotations cf 2d. per 81bs. For the time of year, we were well supplied with sheep, aU breeds of which met a very dull inquiry, and the currencies gave way 2d. per 81bs Lambs, the supply of which was extensive, were dull in the extreme, at a fall in value of from 4d. to Sd. per Sibs. The veal trade was in a very depressed state, owing to the large number of calves on sale, and prices were with difficulty supported. PIgs ruled heavy, at almost nominal quotations. Per Bibs, to sink the offal. s. d. s, d. s. d. s. d. Coarse and Inferior Prime coarse wool- Beasts .2 6 2 8 led Sheep 3 6 3 8 Second quality do-2 10 3 2 PtimeSouthDowm Prime large Oxen.3 4 3 6 ditto .3 8 3 10 Prime Scots, &c..3 8 3 10 Large coarseCalves3 0 3 6 Coarse and Inferior Prime small ditto..3 8 3 10 Sheep 3 0 3 2 Large Hogs 3 2 3 6 Second quality do.3 4 3 6 Neatsmall Porkcu.3 8 4 0 Lambs 4 0 5 0 Suckling Calves, 18s. to 26s.; and quarter-old Store Pigs, 16s. to 21s. each.

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