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LONDON MARKETS, &e. LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, MONDAY, OCT. 5. The receipts of English wheat were 6,560 qrs., of roreign 5,814. There was a good show of samples from Kent this morning, but not from Essex. F oil prices were first demanded, but former rates eventually taken, the business in red qualities being very heavy. The demand for foreign was limited, and prices unaltered. Of country flour there were 15,309 sacks; of foreign 371 sacks, 130 brls. Norfolks being less plentiful, were about ls. per sack dearer. Town-made and foreign were as last quoted. The quantity of English barley was 2,720 qrs., of forc.gn2,K)iqrs. The whole trade was quiet, there being most done in grinding samples. I WHEAT, Essex and Kent, white, Ditto ditto, red 53 59 Norfolk, Lincoln, & Yorkshiie, red 48 58 «;Q BARLEY,malting, new 40 41 Chevalier 42 2^ Distilling .37 39 Grinding 26 MALT,Essex, Norfolk,and Suffolk. 63 75n«w"'II Ditto ditto old —■ Kingston .Ware, and town made 65 76 75 Brown 58 60 — RYE — 30 38 OATS, English feed 21 26. Potato .27 32 Scotch feed 20 26 Potato .28 34 Irishfeed,white. 20 26 fine 32 Ditto, black 20 246ne25 BEAN8,Mazagan — -34 39 Ticks. — -36 39 Harrow. — -36 40 Pigeon o.o.. — —43 47 PBAS, white boilers 40 50 Maple 42 45 Grey 40 42 FLOUR, per sk. of 280 lbs. Town, Households fine 48 50 Country 42s. 44s. Household — — 45 46 Norfolk and Suffolk, ex-ship — —40 41 THE CORN AVERAGES. Aggregate Average of Six Weeks. s. d. s. d. Wheat 58 1 Rye 38 6 Barley 42 1 Beans 46 6 Oats 26 8 Peas 42 3 Oats 26 8 Peas. 42 3 METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET, OCT. 5. There was a full average supply of foreign stock in to-day's market, and some of the Dutch sheep were in first-rate condition: several pens realized 65s. each. From our own grazing districts, the arrivals of beasts fresh up this morning were seasonably good as to num- ber. but deficient in quality. As the total show was rather extensive, the beef trade ruled heavy, at a decline in the quotations realized on Monday last of 2d per 8lbs. The top figure for Scots was 4s. 10d. per SIbs. For the time of year the show of sheep was limited, and very few of them came to hand in really prime con- dition. On the whole the mutton trade ruled steadv, but not to say brisk, at last Monday's currency. The best old Downs were worth 5s 6d. per Glbs. „ s. a s. a s. a. g. d. Coarse and inferior Prime coarse woollad Beasts 8 2 3 4 Sheep 4 4 5 0 Secon I quality ditto 3 6 3 10 Prime South Down Prime large Oxen.. 4 0 4 4 Sheep 5 256 Prime Scots, &e. 4 6 4 10 Large coarse Calves 4 0 4 8 Coarse and inferior Prime small ditto 4 10 5 2 Sheep 3 6 3 8 Large Hogs 4 0 4 6 Second quality ditto 3 10 4 2 Neat small Porkers 4 8 5 2 Suckling Calves, 28s to 3"25. and quarter-old store pigs, 27s to 31s. each. LONDON PROVISION MARKET, MoNUAY, OCTOBEK 5 Butter, per cwt s. s. Cheese, s. s. Friesland 116 to 124 Cheshire, per cwt. 78 to84 Kiel 119 120 New ditto 66 76 Dorset, new 116 126 Cheddar. 74 86 Carlow 1M 114 Double Gloucester.. 58 64 Waterford 104 116 Hams, York, 86 98 Cork 110 118 Westmoreland 88 94 Limerick 100 112' Irish — Sligo 104 118 Bacon, Wilts, dried 84 88 Fresh, per oz. 13 16 Irish green 74 73 LONDON TALLOW MARKET, OCTOBER 5. Since our last report the demand for tallow has fallen off, and prices have had a downward tendency. To- day, P.Y.C., on the spot, is quoted at 57s. 6d. per cwt.; town tallow, 57s. net cash. Rough fat, 3s. 2id. per81bs. LONDON HOP MARKET, OCTOBER 5. The trade is principally in hops of first-class quality, for which fully last week's prices are obtained. Middling and inferior sorts move off slowly, without, however, any material reduction in prices. Mid and East Kents 70s., 95s. to 108s very choice rather higher Weald of Kents 68s., 75s. to 80s.; Sussex pockets, 63s., 65s. to 70s. Duty, £ 220,000. LONDON SEED MARKET, OCTOBER 5. Coriander £ per cwt ) 20s to 24s Carraway(per cwt.). new -s to 50s, old —sto—s Canary (per qr.) 80s to 90s Hempseed (none) —s to —s Linseed (per r.) sowing —s to —s crushing 71s to 72s Linseed Cakeo (per ton). £9 10sto £10 Os Rapeseed (per qr.) new 70s to 72s Ditto Cake (per ton) £ 5 Os to 25 10s FOREIGN SEEDS. Hempseed, small, (per qr.) — s 44s. Ditto Dutch, 46s Coriander (per cwt.) 15s to 20A Carraway 44s to 46s Linseed (per qr.) Baltic 69a to 72a; Bombay 7IS to 73 Linseed Cake (per ton) £ 9 10s to £ 10 Os Rapeseed, Dutch 76s to 80s LONDON BARK MARKET. gnglish Tree, per load of 45 ewt. E 16 00to f 1700 Coppice 16 0 0 18 10 0 Dutch, per ton 5 0 0 5 5 0 Hambro' 4 10 0 5 5 0 Antwerp—Tree 6 0 0 6 10 0 Coppice 6 10 0 7 0 0 French 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mimor.a. 800 900 „ • Ground 9 0 0 10 0 0 Valoma, Smyrna, per ton. 13 0 0 16 10 0 „ Camata. 14 0 0 16 0 0 „ Morea 11 0 0 13 0 0 Terra VGambier 18 0 0 18 5 C Japonica) Cutch 03 0 0 65 0 0 Divi Divi 10 0 0 II 10 C Myrabolams 8 0 0 13 0 0 Sumach, Sicily, per cwt. 0 13 0 0 15 0 ENGLISH BUTTRR MARKET, OCT. 5. Our trade is firm, but not active. Dorset, fine new milk 126s to 128s per cwt Ditto, middling. 108s to 110s Fresh 12s to 15s per doz. lbs HEREFORD GRAIN MARKET. WED. OCT. 8. 8. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. Wheat. old. 7 0 7 4 Beans 5 8 6 0 Ditto, red 6 6 6 9 Peas. 5 0 5 6 Barley 5 0 5 6 1 Oats 4 0 0 0 CURRENT PRICES OF METALS, LONDON, OCTOBER 2. (Alining Journal.) COPPER. £ s. d. Quicksilverper lb. 2s. Id. Sheathing & bolts p.tb 0 1 li SPELTER per ton. Bottoms 0 1 2$Foreign 30 10 0-30 15 0 Old (Exchange) 0 1 0 To arrive 30 15 0-31 0 0 Best selected p ton. 124 10- — ZINC. Tough cake do. 121 10- — In sheets 36 0 0-36 10 0 Tile -do, 121 10- — TIN. South American do. 120 — English blocks 140 0 0- — IRON. per ton. Do. bars, in brls.141 0 0- — Bars,Wsh,in Lon. 8 10 0- — Ditto, refined 144 0 0 — Ditto, to arrive.. 8 0 0- 8 5 0 Banca 139 0 0-140 0 0 Nail rods 9 0 0- — Straits 138 0 0- — Stafford in Loud. 9 5 0-10 0 0 TIN-PLATES.* Bars ditto 9 10 0-10 10 0 IC Charcoal, p. bx. 1 19 6-2 0 0 Hoops ditto 10 7 6-11 0 0 IX do. lstqual. 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, No.l,in Wales 4 10 0- 5 0 0 IX do. 2nd do., do. 2 4 0-2 4 6 Refined metal, do. 5 10 0 5 15 O'lC Coke do. 1 14 6-1 15 6 Bars, common, do. 7 5 0 — JlX Ditto do. 2 0 0-2 1 6 Ditto,railway do. 7 5 0- 7 0 0 Canada plates per ton. 16 0 16 10 Ditto, Swed.,inL.14 10 0-16 10 0 In London; 20s.less at the works Pig, No 1, Clyde 3 8 6- 3 96 lEAD- V.Metal sheathing, p. 2b., Hjd En lish pig 23 10 0-24 10 0 Wetterstedt's pat. m.p ct. 2 2 0 Ditto sheet 24 15 0- — Stirling's Non-lamin-) Ditto red lead 26 0 0-26 5 0 ating, or hardened V- 9—9 2 Ditto white 27 0 0-28 10 0 Surface Rails p. ton ( ")ittopatent shot 27 0 0- — Stirlina'spatent > e „ Spanish, in bond 23 10 0-23 15 0 Touglien'd Pigs jinGIas 550 American none Ditto Wales. 4-5 5 FOREIGN STEEL. Indian Charcoal Pigs ) ,A n Swedish, in kegs 22 0 0- — in London f 7 w Ditto, in faggots 23 0 0- — MAGNAKESE-T (21 ewts.) English, spring 18 0023 0 0 Ground — — Brass (sheets).. p. lb. ll^d.-12Jd Giessen Lump — —- Wire. 12d. i Nassau ditto — — *At the works, Is. to Is. 6d. per box less REMARKS. Our market has evinced symptoms of a declining ten- dency. Copper, iron, spelter, and tin are mostly quoted somewhat lower; lead and tin-plates are also easier although the general quotations remain about the same as last inserted; the market altogether appears to hav undergone a change, prices becoming easier under n limited amount of business. Iron.- Rails ai-A J; at £ 7 per ton, f.o.b. at the works; me!cC?Tarab,e common brands, being dull of sale onnU 1 ^ars> of chased at £ 7 2s. 6d. to £ 7 5s. • safetw" d a\S0 be PUr* effected for forward delivery 'in f 8 a'jeady been Staffordshire exhibits a downward ? °? al Per toD- of best quality offerine at M s pendency nail rods Pig* have4 been sold at «7, & L°\ hefe- 8eotc-h rallied and b'8, 6<> but have again OlMRow pTJr'f U?W q00te g-m.b., f.o.b. in I Foreign k PB'wta tin remains without any alteration. f no C flutct«ated the.closing price for Banca was ftiay -Os. for about 500 slabs, £ 140 for a smaller parcel, straits, JE138 nominal. There is evidently less disposi- tion to operate on the part of speculators, although the deliveries in Holland last month were very large, at the same time it was prompt month, when it is usual for larger shipments to take place. Baiica is reported to be had at the sale price in Amsterdam. Former prices for tin-plates are maintained. JLIVBBPOOI>, OCT. I.-In the absence of any alteration in our mark et for metals, we have to refer to our report of last week. There appears to be no diminution in the demand for Welsh bars, and also for good qualities of Staffordshire iron, and prices are well supported. The exports are favourable, and the requirements for local purposes are extensive, so that the position of the trade js satisfactory. There is no change in tin for English especially, the inquiry is good, leaving stacks bare. Tin- plate* are just now easier there is no pressure to sell h'Jwever I aud it is sot unlikely that the market will rally

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