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SMITHFIELD CATTLE MARKET. MONDAY, APRIL 26. For the time of year the arrivals of beists irom our own grazing districts were very extensive, though they exhibited a falling-ofr compared with those of last week. The general qua- lily of this description of stock was exceedingly good, at barely the late decline in the quotations. We were again heavily supplied with sheep, in excellent con- dition, at prices barely equal to those obtained on this day se n.1 night. The Lamb trade was heavy, at barely Friday's prices. We bad a steady, though by no means brisk, sa!e for calves, at altered quotations. The Po:k trade was very dull in prices, however, no change touk place. The continuous large supplies brought forward here are chiefly attributed to the want of pasture food in all parts of Eng- land, and it is pretty generally thought, that during the month of June, should we be favoured with fine growing weather, stock will be much dearer than at present. Fer 81bs. to sink the of?a!. s. d. s. d. j I. d. s. d. Coarse and Inferior Prime coarse wool- Beasts 2 2 2 4 led Sheep .3 6 3 8 Second quality do2 6 2 10 Prime South Downs Prime large Oxen.3 0 3 2 ditto .3 10 4 2 Prime Scots, &c..3 2 3 4 Large coarse Calves3 0 3 8 CoarseandInferior Prime small ditto,.3 10 4 2 Sheep .2 G 2 8 I Large Hogs .2 6 3 4 Second quality do.2 10 3 1 Neat small Porxers.3 6 3 8 ■ Lambs 4 4 5 4 LONDON PROVISION MARKET, MONDAY, APRIL 26. IRIBlI BUTTEn. S. S. CHEESE. s. d. Carlow old 7 0 to il Double Gloucester. 46 to 55 Sligo 63 72 Single ditt0 4a 46 Banbridge Cliesliire 50 70 Cork,1st 66 70 Derby — tt'aterford, 66 7l American Edam and Gouda ENGLISH BUTTER, perewt. BACON: New 50 51 Dorset tG 00 lliddle 49 51 HAMS. FOREIGN, per cwt. Irish 52 58 Prime Friesland SO S4 Westmoreland. 60 66 Prime Kiel is SO York CO 66 Tresli Duller, IIS. to 15s. per dozen. TALLOW. The deliveries of taiiow are small, yet the demand is consi j dered steady. In some instances prices are a shade higher than on Monday last. WOOL. Owing to the iong continuance of easterly winds the stock of wool in warehouse is still limited. The private couiract de- mand is very inactive, yet piices are firmly supported. SEED MARKET. Lindseed moved o3 slowly, at 45s. for Odessa, ex ship. Black Sea, for summer shipment, is quoted at 42. East India is held at 44s. to 45i., and Rapeseed 37s. 6d. to 38s 6d per quarter. Cakes support late currencies, but all other articles are very dull in sile. Linseed (per qr.) .sowing to 60s. crushing 45s. to 43s Linseed Cakes (per ton) English i.3 Os. to £ 8 IOs. Trefoil (per cwt.) s. to 26s Rapeseed, new (perlast) £ 213 to £ 23 os Pitto Cake (per (on) £ 4 os to £ 4 10s Mustard (per bushel) whites, 5s Od to 6* 0d brown, 8s. to 9s B ARK. Per load of 45 cwt. English,Tree £ 12 0 0 to X13 10 0 Coppice. 13 0 0 15 0 0 ABERGAVENNY, APRIL 527. s. d. s. d. s. d. s d. W heat, per 621bs.. 4 9..R> 2 Beans 3 9..4 0 Barley. 3 3..3 8 Peas q.,4 g Oats. 2 3..2 9 Vetches 0 0..0 0 BRECON. -rrr, S- ^■ S- d. S. d. tVheat 4 10..5 4 »vhue Pease 4 0..4 3 Barley 3 3..3 6 Grey ditto 3 6..4 0 Oats. 2 6..3 0 Cheese per lb, 0 4". 0 5 Malt per sack. 0 0..0 0 Salt Butter per lb. 0 9}.0 0 HEREFORD CATTLE MARKET. Prices per 12ibs. to sink the offal. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. Fat beasts 4 fi..o 0 Lambs. 0 0..0 0 Calves 4 0..0 0 Bacon Pigs. 4 3..4 C Sheep 5 6..6 0 Porkers. 4 0..4 3 LATEST CURRENT PRICES OF METALS, LONDON, APRIL 23. (Mining Journal.) ENGLISH IRON, a per ten ENGLISH COPPER. d Bar,bolt,& square, Lon- Sheets, sheathing, and ( 0 10 don £ i 15—5 bolts, per lb. S Xailrods .5—6 Tough cake per ton. SS 10 0 Hoops 0 12 6—6 17 6 Tile 87 10 0 Sheet*, (singles).72 6—7 10 Old copper.. per lb. 9d Bars atCardilf&Ne'.vport.. 4 7 fi-4 10 toREtox COPPEII. f Refined metal,Walesf ,3-35 SouthArnerican 7S 0 0 Do. anthracite! 3 lo 0 ENGLISJ LEAD. Pigs in V/ales 2 15 0 Pig, per ton 16 M 0 Do. do. forge 2 i-2 10 Sheet 17 10 0 Do.No.Clyde,nef cash.l 16-1 16 6 Red lead 19 10 0 Blewitt?sPatentRefined"\ White ditto 25 0 0 Iron for bars, rails,&c. ( „ r Shot (patent). 21 0 6 free on board at New- [ 0 J FonEi«R< LEAD, h port* ,.j Spanish, in bond .16 0 0 Do., do., for tin-plates,") American, ditto boiler-plates,&c.,ditto.) ENGLISH TIN. i Stirling'sPatent) inOlasg 2 10 0 Block per cut 4 4 0 ToughenedPigs J inWales 3 10.3 15 Bai 4 5 0 Staffordshire bars, at)_ 5 5 0 FOREIGN TIN. k theworks.) Banca, H. C 3 IS—3 19 Pigs, ditt0 0 0 0 Ditto, for Export only Rails ditto 5 5 0 Straits 3 17 jj 19 D ittc (Wales )•• ..4126—4176 TIN PLATES. I foreign IRON. b IC Coke per box 1 9-T 9 fi Swedish .H-tl 5 IC Charcoal. I fi f) I fi CCND 17 O 0 IX ditto I 13 0-1 14 fSI SPELTER, m GuonefT F1.ates,warehousedp.;on, 14 ,5 0 TOREIGN STEEL, c Ditto, to arrive >>>> 14 5 C Swedish keg 15 0 0 IINC. n Ditto faggot 15 0 0 Enghsh sheet.. per ton 20 0 0 QUICKSILVER, 0 per lb, 3g 2d TERMS.—a, 6 months, or 2 J per cent, dis.; 6, ditto c, ditto; d, f months, or 3 per cent. dis. e, 6 months, or 21 per cent. dis.; f, ditto. g ditto; h ditto; i, ditto; k, net cash; I, Ii months, or 3 per cent. dis.; m, net cash; r., 3 months, or 1J per cent. dis.; 0, ditto, 1$discount, t Cold.blast, free on board in Wales. REMARKS. The Iron Market is without change in prices since last week; there is, however, more life observable in the trade, and a bet- ter feeling pervades the Welsh and Staffordshire districts. Bars are in moderate request for exportation. Rails continue in good demand. Scctch pig has shown a slight improvement in prices this week, but few transactions have taken place; offers of 35s. 9d. per ton have been lefused for Mixed Nos., sellers at 36s. free on boaid Sn Glasgow. In Spelter 'we have no sales of any magnitude to report— £ 14 5s, is the nominal price. J Copper continues in good request, but orders are often refused at the standard price. Lead is very steady, and in good demand. A parcel of about 570 tons of East India Tin i> reported to have changed hands this day, at 78s. for Straits, and 79s. for Banca. Tin Plates have been dull, but prices aye unaltered

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