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LONDON MARKETS, &c. LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, MONDAY, SEPT. 28. The receipts of English wheat were 7,926 qrs., the foreign 14,137 qrs. The samples from Essex and Kent were not numerous, and, with some conntiy buyers in attendance, higher terms were at first demanded; but eventually prices did not exceed the previous rates, though there was an increased facility in sales. In foreign .business remained very quiet. Of English flour there were 16,870 sacks, of foreign r t m" s" Norfolk* sold better, at fully unchanged T°wn"made samP1^ and foreign were CiSK tamed their valne, bat secondary were dull^ atld grind- mg sorts rather cheaper. K W HEAT, Essex and Kent, white, to^ Ditto ditto, red Ja Norfolk, Lincoln, & Yorkshiie, red 48 58 IQ BARLEY, malting, new.. 40 41 ..Chevalier 42 46 Distilling 37 39 Grinding 26 32 MALT,Essex, Norfolk,and Suffolk. 63 68new74 Ditto ditto old — Kingston, Ware, and town made 65 76 75 Brown 58 60. RYB — 30 38 OATS, English feed 21 26 Potato 27 32 Scotch feed 20 26 Potato .28 34 Irish feed, white. 20 26 fine 32 Ditto, black 20 24 fine 25 BEANS, Mazagan — 34 39 Ticks. — —36 39 Harrow. — -36 40 Pigeon — —43 47 PEAS, white boilers 40 50 Maple 42 45 Grey 40 42 FLOUR, per sk. of 280 lbs. Town, Households fine 48 50 Country 41s. 43s. Household — —44 45 Norfolk and Suffolk, ex-ship —39 40 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. The arrivals of all descriptions of corn, grain, flour, &c., both British and foreign, are this week very limited. To-day the wheat market must be quoted at fully Mon- day's rates. Fine malting barley is quite as dear as on Monday, but inferior is difficult of sale. There is not much doing in oats, but fine corn is worth quite as much money as on Monday; for inferior there is hardly any sale. In flour there is no alteration, Norfolks fetching full 40s. Indian Corn is in good demand, and quite as dear. Beans are firm. Peas are scarce, and quite as dear as on Monday last. THE CORN AVERAGES. Ascremte Average of Six Weeks. s. d. 5. d. Wheat 58 4 Rye 39 0 Barley 41 8 Beans 46 9 Oats 27 1 Peas 41 8 METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET, SEPT. 28. The beef trade was particularly active to-day, and Scots made 5s. per 81bs. The supply of beasts was large, being nearly 5,000 head but it will have been observed that latterly the receipts have been more than the average for former years. Of mutton the supply was rather short, nevertheless sheep sold slowly, but fully commanded the late rise in prices. a. d s. d «. d. s. d. Coarse and inferior Prime coarse woolled Beasts 3 4 3 6 Sheep 4 4 5 0 Secon I quality ditto 3 8 4 0 Prime South Down Prime large Oxen.. 4 2 4 6 Sheep 5 2 5 6 Prime Scots, &c. 4 8 5 0 Large coarse Calves 4 0 4 8 Coarse and inferior Prime small ditto 4 10 5 2 Sheep 3 6 3 8 Lar^e Hogs 4 0 4 6 Second quality ditto 3 10 4 2 Neat small Porkers 4 8 5 2 Suckling Calves, 29s to 31s.; and quarter-old store pigs, 22s to 35s. each. LONDON PROVISION MARKET, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 Butter, per cwt s. s. Cheese, s. s. Friesland 116 to 124 Cheshire, per cwt. 78 to 84 Kiel 112 120 New ditto 66 76 Dorset, new. 116 124 Cheddar. 74 84 Carlow 104 114 Double Gloucester.. 58 68 Waterford 104 116 Hams, York, 86 96 Cork 110 118 Westmoreland.88 94 Limerick i 100 112 Irish — — Sligo 104 118 Bacon, Wilts, dried.. 84 88 Fresh,per M. 13 15 Irish green. 74 76 LONDON TALLOW MARKET, SEPTEMBER 28. There 6 only a moderate inquiry for tallow; yet, oompared with Monday last, very little change has taken place in prices. To-day, P.Y.C., on the spot, is quoted at 59s. per cwt. Rough fat, 3s. 2¿d. per BIbs. LONDON HOP MARKET, SEPTEMBER 28. The hop picking is now nearly finished, and the greater portion of the crop has been secured in good condition. Our market to-day is firmer, with a more active demand, prices exhibit an upward tendency. Duty. £ 220,000. LONDON SEED MARKET, SEPTEMBER 23. Coriander (per cwt.) 20s to 24s Carraway (per cwt.). new -s to 50s, old -1\ to-8 Canary (per qr.) 80s to 90s Hempseed (none) -sto-s Linseed (per r.) sowing — s to —s; crushing 71s to 72s Linseed Cake.fper ton). £ 9 10s to £ 10 Os Rapes«ed ("per qr.) new 70s to 72s Ditto Cake (per ton; £ 5 Qs to £ 5 10a FOREIGN SEEDS. Hempseed, small, (per qr.) — s 44s. Ditto Dutch, 46s Coriander (per cwt.) 15s to 2C« Carraway 42s to 46s Linseed (per qr.) Baltic 69s to 72s; Bombay 71s to 73- Linseed Cake (per ton) £ 9 lOsto £ 10 0s Rapeseed, Dutch 76s to 80s LONDON BARK MARKET. English Tree, per load of 45 cwt. £ 16 0 OtojE18 0 0 Coppice 16 0 0 19 0 n Uutch, per ton 5 0 0 5 5 0 "a,nbro< 4 10 0 5 5 V Antwerp—I ree 6 0 0 6 10 0 11 Coppice 6 10 0 7 0 0 {'1r.eneh 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mimosa 8 0 0 9 0 0 „ Ground 9 0 0 10 Q 0 Valoma^ Smyrna, per ton 13 0 0 16 10 0 1, Camata 14 0 0 16 0 0 M Morea 11 0 0 IS 0 0 Terra i Gambier 18 0 0 18 5 0 Faponicaf Cutch 63 0 0 65 0 0 DiviDivj 10 0 0 II 10 C Myrabolams 8 0 0 13 0 0 Sumach, Sicily, per cwt 0 13 0 0 15 0 ENGLISH BUTTER MARKET, SEP. 28. Dorset, fine new milk 126", to J 285 per CIU Hitio, middling 104s to 112s Fresh o. 13s to 14sper doa. lbs HEUEFORP GRAIN MARKET. WED. SET. 30. 8. d„ s. d# j s d Wheat, old. 7 0 7 4 Eeans 5 8 6 0 Ditto, red 6 9 7 3 Peas 5 0 5 6 Barley 5 0 5 6 Oats 4 0 0 0 CURRENT PRICES OF METALS, LONDON, SEPTEMBER 25, (Mining Journal.) COPPER. e s. d. Quicksilverper Zb. 2a Id Sheathing & boltsp.lb 0 1 14 SPELTER per for. Bottoms. 0 2s Foreign 30 15 0-31 0 0 Old (Exchange) 0 1 0 To arrive 30 15 0-31 0 0 Hest selected p ton. 124 10- — ZINC. v u Tough cake do. 121 10- — In sheets 36 0 0-36 10 0 Tile do. 121 10- — TIN v South American do. English blocks 140 0 0- R ,,r V11'0?" Vr ton. Do.bars, in bris.141 0 0- — Bars,Wsh,in Lon. 8 10 0- 8 15 0 Ditto, refined 144 0 0 — Oitto, to arrive.. 8 0 0- 8 5 0 Banca 141 0 0- — Nail rods 9 0 0- — Straits i<ia 0 0- — Stafford in Lond. 9 5 0-10 0 0 tw'PLATES Bars ditto 9 10 0-10 10 0 IC Charcoal, p. bx. 1 19 6-2 0 0 ditto 10 7 6-li 0 0 IX do. lstqnal. do. 2 5 6-2 6 0 Sheets, single ..11 0 0-11 10 0 IC do. 2nd do., do. 1 18 0-1 18 6 Pig,lfo.1,inWales 4 10 0- 5 0 0 IX do. 2nd do. do. 2 4 0-2 4 fi Refined metal, do. 5 JO 0 5 16 0 IC Coke do 1 14 fi-i ik « Bars,common,do. 7 10 0 — IIX Ditto do.' 2 0 0-2 j fi Ditto,raUway do. 7 7 6- 7 10 O'Canada plates^ ton, 16 0 16 10 KK12 <t! '8 2 >0«. to. 2To Ditto sheet •••••24 15 0-25 0 0 Stirling's Non-lamin-) Ditto red lead 26 0 0-26 5 0 ating, or hardened, I 9-9 2 Ditto white .27 0 0-28 10 0 Surface Rails p. ton f ^itto patent shot 27 0 0- Stirlin^spateat ). Spanish, in bond 23 10 0-23 15 0 Toughen'd Piga j 5 5 0 American none Ditto Wales. 4-5 5 foreign STEEL. Indian Charcoal Pigs n Swedish, in kegs 22 0 0- — in London j u Ditto, in faggots 23 0 0- — MAGNANESE.f (21 cwts.) English, spring 18 0 0 23 0 0 Ground — — Brass (sheets)., p. lb. ll £ d.-12 £ d Giessen Lump — — Wire 12d. (Nassau ditto — *At the works, Is. to Is. 6d. per box less REMARKS. The alteration in the prices of the various articles of our trade have been of a trifling character and market for the most part remains in mnch M same state as described in late reports. Iron 1 mand for English qualities is not so satisfactory be desired, and some few of the works ♦ ory as could have submitted to a deeline of sec«re orders, chases having been effected at fl'il • 1 °n rs 5 PUr* £ 3 per ton in London. Shonld «,» • m ljlverPOol, and up, probably the ruling price spring f.o.b. at the works f hi « • .Come t0 £ 7 Per ton> tremely limited hnf enquiries for India are ex- getiing low ont'tl, that» as the st<x>ks wil' be ments JSlnlere,' a considerable increase in sh.> rodl IZS fh0Ttly l?ke P'ace. Hoops, sheets, and nail m but m moderate request) prices, for the most P > ire unaltered. Swedish bars are doll of sale. In Scotch pigs there has been a giving way, mixed numbers having been sold at 67s. 6d.; to-day, on 'Change, they were quoted at 67s- 6d. to 67s 9d., g.m b, f.o.b. in Glasgow. In English tin qualities very little is doing. Banca has improved, also Straits j holders of tbo latter quality now quoting at £ 138. A few hundred slabs changed hands at £ 134 to £ 135, since which no transaction of moment have been reported. Tin-plates slightly easier LIVBBPOOL, SEPr. 24.- We have nothing new to re- port in onr metal market. There is a con< iuued good demand for Welsh bars, and prices are steadily main- tained For Staffordshire descriptions, especially for best brands, a steady trade is reported, and quotations show no symptoms of alteration. English tin continued to be well enquired for, and current quotations remain unaltered. Foreign tin has shown some symptoms nf improvement during the last day or two, and price* «rl bi/W. "P qUiet' aDd stilt ES b1l1on..

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