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LONDON MARKETS, &c. LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, MONDAY, OCT. 12. The receipts in English wheat were 6 636 qrs., in foreign 13,115. The samples from Essex and Kent this morning were moderately abundant, with a good pro- portion fine but millers being reserved, sales could only be made by conceding fully 2s. per qr. The foreign trade was exceedingly dull, and to sell new samples a similar reduction was necessary, with some abatement on old. Shillings per Quarter. WHEAT, Essex and Kent, white, 48 to 62 fine 64 Ditto ditto, red 48 58" 57 Norfolk, Lincoln. & Yorkshiie, red 48 58 „ 57 BARLEY, malting, new.. 40 41.. Chevalier.. 42 46 Distilling 37 39.. Grinding.. 26 32 MALT,Essex, Norfolk, and Suffolk. 63 75new74 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 Irishfoed,white. 20 23 fine 31 Ditto, black 20 23fine24 BEANS.Mazagan — -3439 Ticks — -36 38 Harrow. — -3640 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, OCTOBER 14. The supply of English wheat to this market this week is very fair, but of other descriptions of corn and flonr limited. The arrivals of foreign wheat, however, are liberal, while that of barley and oats is shorter than of late. Upwards of 3,000 barrels of American flour have arrived. The wheat trade to-day is very dull, and to effect sales rather less money must be submitted to than on Monday last. There is not much doing in flour at Monday's quotations. THE CORN AVERAGES. Aggregate Average of Six Weeks. s. d. s d Wheat 57 6 Rye 37 9,1 Barley .» 42 8 Beans .46 2 Oats 26 9 Peas,, 42 7 METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET, OCT. 12. { The show of foreign stock in to-day's market was only moderate, and the trade ruled steady at full prices. The slreep were, for the most part, in good condition compared with Monday last. The supply of English beasts on,offer exhibited a falling'tfff, and most breeds were in very middling condition. The attendance of bayers was tolerably numerous, and the beef trade ruled somewhat aotive, at an advauce in the quotations rea- lised on this day se'nnight of 2d. per 81 bs The best breeds sold without difficulty atos. per 81ba. a. d s. d g £ s ■Coarse and inferior Prime coarse woolled Beasts 3 4 3 6 Sheep 4 4 g q Secon I quality ditto 3 8 4 0 Prime South Down I., e en.. 4 2 4 Prime large Oxen.. 4 2 4 6 Sheep 5 2 5 6 Prime large Oxen.. 4 2 4 6 Sheep 5 2 5 6 ;Prime Scots, &c 4 8 5 0 Lar^e coarse Calves 3 10 4 fi Coarse and inferior Prime small ditto 4 s n Sheep 3 6 3 8 | Lr.r^e Hogs. 4 0 4 6 Second quality ditto 3 10 4 2 Neat small Porkers 4 8 5 2 Suckling Calves, 27s to 31s.; and quarter-old store pigs, 248 to 30s. each. f & LONDON PROVISION MARKET, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12 B«tter, per cwt s. s. Cheese, g Friesland to 124 Cheshire, per cwt. 7*8 to 84 Kiel 11* 120 New ditto Dorset, new 116 126 Cheddar oS waterford !« "1 Hr^rToucester-i$ E^k iSS £ Sligo ^-8 Bacon, Wilts, dri« £ 84 88 Sligo ^-8 Bacon, Wilts, dri« £ 84 88 Fresh, per dz- • • 10 15 Irish green. 74 78 LONDON TALLOW MARKET. OCTOBER 12. Although prices are rather higher than on Monday last the business doing ,n our market is very moderate. To day P.Y.C.,on the spot, is quoted at 58s. per cwt. Town tallow, 578-nett cash. Rough fat, 3s. lAd. per Olbs, *r LONDON HOP MARKET, OCTOBER 12. The demand tor^tuie choice hops continues steady and the currency of last week, for such -descriptions, is fully maintained. Samples of a lower class are heavy of sale, at somewhat lower prices. The trade at Wor- cester on S 'tarday was slow, at a reduction from the Previous week s rates. Mid. and East Kent pockets 70s. to 115s. Weald of Kent ditto 60s. „ 84s. Sussex ditto. oos." 72s. Duty £ 220,000. LONDON SEED MARKET, OCTOBER 12. Coriander (per cwt ) 20s to 24s Carraway(per cwt.). new s to 50s, oid —sto—s Canary (per qr ) 80s to 90s llenipseed (none) s to — s Liuseed[(per r.) sowing -s to -s crushing 71s to 72s Linseed Cake,(per ton). £ 9 10s to £ 10 0s Rapesee4 (per qr.) .new 70s to 72s Ditto Cake (per ton 08 to 25 10s FOREIGN SEEDS. Hempseed, small, Cper qr.; — s 44s Ditto Dutoh, 46s Coriander (per cwt.) 15s to 2Cs Carraway 44s to 4fi Linseed (per qr.) Baltic 69s to 72s; Bombay 71s to 73S Linseed Cake (p<?rton) £ 9 10s to £ 10 0C Rapeseed, Dutch 76s to 80 LONDON BARK MARKET. English Tree, per load of 45 evt. E 16 0 0 to 1'17 0 0 Coppice.. 16 0 0 18 10 o Dutch, per ton s 0 0 g g g "a^bro 4 10 0 5 5 o Antwerp-free 6 0 0 Q ». Coppice 6 10 0 7 0 0 f.r.ench 0 0 0 GOO Mimosa g Q Q g 0 Q „ ground 9 0 0 10 0 0 Valonia, Smyrna, per ton 13 0 0 16 10 0 » Camata 14 0 0 16 0 0 m Mor<?a MOO 13 0 0 lerra 1 Gaaibier 18 0 0 18 5 0 Japonieaf Cutch 61 0 0 63 0 0 Divi Divi 10 0 G II 10 C Myrabolams 8 0 0 13 0 0 Sumach, Sicily, per cwt. 0 13 0 0 15 0 N ENOMSH~ BUTTER MARKET, OCT. 12. Dorset, "ne new milk 126s to 128s per cwt Ditto, middling 112s to 120s „ —LULL 12s to 14s per doz. lbs HEREFORD GRAIN MAKKET. WED. OCT. 14. ar-re?"" I S °j V 8 6 "6 Ditto, red 6 6 6 9 Peas 5 0 5 6 Barley 5 0 5 6 Oats 4 0 0 0 CURRENT PRICES OF METALS, LONDON, OCTOBER 9. (JUining Journal.) £ 8- d. Quicksilver,per lb. 2s. Id. Bottoms^ boltso 1 1* SPSLT'kr per ton. n?,WF*ch»V." 7 0 1 2d ForeiSn 30 10 0- l •••• 0 1 0 To arrive 30 15 0-31 0 0 I est selected p ton. 124 10- — zisc. Tough cake do. 121 10- — In sheets 36 0 0-36 10 0 Tile.(1° m io_ TIN. South American do. 120 — English blocks 140 0 O. Per D°. bars, in brls.141 0 0- — Bare,Wsh,in Lon. 8 10 0- — Ditto, refined ..144 0 0 — w«n°r<!dKamVe" o 0 °~ 8 26 Banoa 139 0 0-140 0 O ^taffiJrd inVA^V n 1 6" 9 0 0 6tl'aits 137 0 0-138 0 0 Stafford in Lond. 9 5 0-10 0 0 TIN-PLATES* Hoot* ° ,5 12 !"10 10 0 10 Charcoal, p. bx. 1 19 6-2 0 0 RWts sinHn I £ ~H 0 0 IXdo.lstqual. do. 2 5 6-2 6 0 PUTNo' 1IrfWiln. i 1A °IIC d0- 2nd do., do. 1 18 0-1 18 6 L 8 4 10 °- 5 0 0 lx do. 2nd do. do. 2 4 0-2 4 6 Refined metal, do. 6 10 0 6 15 0 IC Coke do 1 14 6-1 15 6 Bars,common do. 7 0 0 7 5 ojlX Ditto do! 2 0 0^2 1 6 DUtOjrarlway do. 7 0 0- 7 5 0 Canada plateston. 16 0 16 10 Ditto, Sw«d? in L.14 io 0-16 10 0 In London; 20s. less attheworks Pig, No 1, Clyde 3 7 0- 3 13 ol „ le*D- f Y.Metal sheathing,p. lb., Ufd Eni lishpig 23 10 0-24 10 0 Wetterstedt's pat.ni.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, >- 9—9 2 Ditto white 27 0 0-28 10 0 Surface Rails p. ton f ")itto patent shot 27 0 0- — Stirlin»'spatent > Spanish, in bond 23 10 0-23 15 0 Toughen'd Pigs fmGlas 5 5 0 American none Ditto Wales. 4-5 5 « TOR?IOS STEEI. Indian Charcoal Pigs ) „ Swedish in kegs 22 0 0- — in London.. [-7 10 0 Ditto, m faggots 23 0 0- — MAGNAXESF + 191 rwln 1 English spring 18 0 0 23 0 0 Groundt '+ f -^il0 Brass (sheets).. p. lb, lG lessen Lump — i'lVV' 12d. i Nassau ditto At the works, Is. to Is. 6d. per box less T REMARKS. Uur market continues to manifest a degree of easiness, transactions being mostly effected on terms favourable to buyers, prices generally have a slight tendency to re«ede, but present appearances do not threaten any MAJ6TU T J- ENSION\ INCREASED rates of discount, and the Indian mutiny, tend to create depression, and prevent speculators from entering deeply into metals. Iron. -Rads are to ba purchased at X7 per ton. English bars, also, at £ 6., f.o.b. at the worka.-specincations are needed by the ironmasters. Scotch pigs have been con- siderably affected by the advanced rates of discount the intelligence no sooner reached Glasgow than an im- ftc CM mixed numbers changed hand* at bos. yd. cash, which price was quoted by sellers here on Change to-day-No. 1 Ca'der, 74s., or 85s. ex-ship in tne 1 names. No change has been announced in fixed rates for English tin qualities; a moderate business only can be reported. In foreign, nothing of consequence has occurred. Straits is a shade lower. Tin-plates remain the same as before. Contracts for Quicksilver have been passed at 2s. per lb. LIVERPOOL, OCT. 8.—The inactivity recently ob- served in our metal market still exists, and the demand generally is now merely to meet immediate reauire- ments. The increasing unfavourable intellia««/» ceived by the Baltic has excited considerablA '? ce re' orders previously received, and alreadv in 5mVan been countermanded to some extant A„ hand, have exists as to the future, augmented by the prospect of dearer money, an addition?! A nf? °i discount having been declared ■a 8 Welsh and j ?• aro° to-day. Prices of both Md althnL? ?f0rdshire lron are ranging rather lower, .Bf.the!e,cannot ^'d to b« any very great desire to Bell, yet the feeling is favourable to reduced rates, at all events for the present. Scotch pig-iron snows bat Uttle alteration, tbe fluctuations being but tj-ipwg.

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