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LONDON n*A RKETS. CORN EXCHANGE, MARK LANE, MON, JULY 7,18451 The arrivals of wheat last week, and also to this morning's market, are small. The maiket opened with firmness, and tha CORN EXCHANGE, MARK LANE, P-LON, JULY 7,1845 The arrivals of wheat last week, and also to this morning's market, are small. The maiket opened with firmness, and tha picked samples sold at the advance obtained the middle of last! week of about Is. per qr.; but the trade was not so good at tha cloe, and the above advance was not maintained, the sampled of English wheat being generally cleared at the currency of this dav week. Flour meets a good demand at last week's prices. Grinuing badey is in better demand; and this article, and- fceans and peas, are fully as dear. We have a large arrival of oats, which, in addition to what! remains from previous arrivals, gives us a full market. The' trade this morning is dull, and prices about 6d. per qr. lower., than this day se'nnight. CURRENCY PER IMPERIAL MEASURE. I WHFAT,Essex & Kent, new red 50 53 White 50 56 Old, red 50 54 Ditto 56 -r- RvE.old 32 34 New 36 — BARLEY, grindiiig,25 27 malting 30 32 Chevalier..33 Irish 24 26 Bere 25 — MALT, Suffolk and Norfolk 58 63 Brown .56 60 Kingstone and Ware GO Chevalier ..65 OATS, Yorksh & Lincolnsh, feed 22 23 Potato .24 26 "ougliall & Cork, black. 22 v Cork, white.23 Dublin 22 23 Westport.,23 24 Waterford, white 22 23 Black.22 Newry. 24 25 Galway 20 21 Scotch, feed 24 26 Potato .25 2 Clonmel 23 24 Limerick 23 2 Londondeiry 21 22 Sligo 23 2 BEANS,Tick, new 38 40 Old, small 404 PEAS, Grey 36 38 Maple 40 White o o. o. 38 40 Boilers .38 40 SEED, Rape 271. 281. Irish..221. 261. per last. I Jjnseed, Baltic38 44 Odessa,7 Mustard, whitel2 15 brown 8 11 per bushel I FLOUR, Town-made.42 Suffolk32 per sack of 2801b* Stockton & Norfolk 34 Irish ..34 36 ¡' FOREIGN GRAIN AND FLOUR IN BOND. WHEAT, Dantzic 40 — fine 42 Hamburg 32 34 Rostock 33 36 ™ BARLEY 19 23 jgi OATS, Brew 17 18 Feed 14 17 H BEANS — 21 29 ■PKAS 28 32 !■FLOUR, American, per barrel.. J9 Baltic 18 OFFICIAL CORN AVERAGES AND DUTY, Jui.v 5. H Wht..1 Bail. | Oats. | Rye.| Beans, PeJ 1 Aggregateaverage s. d. 1 s. d.i s. d. s. d.l s. d. s.d ™ of 6 weeks. 47 3, 29 11' 22 6/ 31 5 38 1 37 g 1r* I ^r- 1 9r. I qr. qr. ni Duly onFor.Corn 20 0 { 9 0| 6 0| 10 €\ A 6 5 SEED MARKET, MONDAY, JULY 7. There is nothing of the slightest interest to report relative tfli the seed trade. l-ast week a few purchases of Canary sfed* wete made, generally under 50s.; but to-day good qualinea were not obtainable below that rate. Sl s. J II 5.- Linseed (English).. 52 to 58 Linseed cakes,1000.. 220 215 Caraway 44 46 Hempseed, per qr 35 38 Coriander, per cwt.. 12 18 Rye Grass( English) —, Mustard,brown, new 8 12 Tares, W inter,per qr 5 6 Trefoil (new) — Tares.old.. Kapeseed (English) 510 540 I Canary, fine, per qr.. 53 56 HOP INTELLIGENCE, BOROUGH, MONDAY, JUNE 7. The hop market is very quiet, and our last quotations are not t supported, being about 10s. lower. The recent weather has- caused the bines to grow rapidly, but experience has shown the impossibility ot forming a correct judgment on the result. The stock on hand is very limited. per cwt. per cwt, stock on hand is very limited. per cwt. per cwt, vvSS(M irrv-!4!t0 555 Ditto ,>ass to igo* Weald of Kent .140 to 160 East Kent pockets 147 to 1Q5 Vil°i1Ci- Ut° —,0 — Faruham 200 to 215 Mid Kent 147 to 180 PROVISION MARKET, MONDAY, JULY 7. j SUGAR.—BRISTOL, JULY 9.—The West India Sugar Market remains inactive, only a very limited amount of business has been transacted with scarcely any variation in prices. COFFEE.-About600bags Ceylon in auction weut off heavily. Real good ordinary greenish selling at 49s. 6d. to £ ,0- good of- dinaq 47s. to 48s. Eighty casks Demerara sold at lower rates. Middling fetched 73s., tine ordinary 56s. to 58s., good ordinaty 48s. to 50s. per cwt. ° Ih,elatrek fr°m Inland were 986 firkins butter, butter bacon, and from foreign ports, 5,563 casks trHlite!lUUtehemaarrnet; week, business to some extent was! v a nee o t 4 s'. tofi* °f f°re'Sn ^ing cleared off at an ad-[ Itish at an arivnn/. Per cwt* caused an improved demand fori were reuorted n? i, ™per cvvt* Some sales oJ Liraericks tember. and October shipment J°ly' Se"' M M""e raMs- •—« Lard sells more freely at 60s. to 62s. for bladdered, and 48». to ozs. for keg. cured cont Ir'ucs most in detriand. Lard sells more freely at 60s. to 62s. for bladdered, and 48. to 525, for keg. Hams continue in good demand. Stocks and deliveries for week ending July 5. ) !■BUTTER. I 3ACON. 'F DeliverJr- Stock. Delivery. 5 1843 12,700 5,660 18,070 3.610 H 1844 16,2-10 3,090 14.8C0 3,«30 1845 5,0(0 4,790 18;560 4,G90 BUTTER, BACON, CHEESE, AND HAMS. IRISH BUTTER (new)s s. CHEESE, per cwt. s. s. K pei cwt. — — Double Gloucester 62 86 «j Cailow, new, on bid 80 — Single ditto 50 60 i Sligo 76 — Cheshite 56 80 i C°'kf lst 80 HAMS. £ ENCASH BUTTER. Irish 56 64 i Dorset, per firkin 46 — Westmoreland 56 — j FOREIGN. York 66 70 FOREIGN. York 66 70 Prirn, Frieslaod, ct. 88 BACON, new 46 52,' Ditto, Kiel 84 — i Middles TALLOW AND CANDLES. s. d s d Yellow Russia 42 3 White Town Tallow 43 — Mottled 52 Ditto Soap 48 — Curd (JQ Meltings-tuff 30 — Graves Ditto Rough 19 — Good Dregs g SMITHFIELD MARKET—JuLy 7. The beef trade was heavy, at a decline in the rates obtained on Monday last, of quite 2d. per Sibs. The mutton trade was in a sluggish state, and last week's prices were with difficulty maintained. The numbers of lambs were not large, while the lamb trade ruled btisk,,at fully, but at nothing quotable beyond, the cur- iencies obtained on this day se anight. ? bare"!y"stationary prYces!" B°°d SUPPb'' m8t a 'nquiry' at i In pIgs onJ) a limited business was doing, yet the rates were sup potted. Per Olbs., to ink the offal. s« d« b» d, J J Coarse and Inferior P, „ Reasti T ft t a ™m,e course wool- Second quality do.3 8 3 10 Prime^South Downs4 6 4 8 Prime large Oxen.4 0 4 2 ditto d ,n c n Prime Scots, &c..4 4 4 5 Large coarse CalVe's3 8 4 4 Coarse and Inlenor Prime small ditto 4 ,1 111 Sheep 3 2 3 6 Large Hogs q 3 a Second quality do.3 8 4 4 Neat small Porkers.3 10 4 2 IPr' Suckling Calves, 18s. to 30s.; and quarter-old Store Pigs Ifi to 20s. each. Beasts, 2,500; Sheep, 28,540; Calves '2^0-' Pigs, 280. =- LATEST CURRENT PRICES OF METALS. LONDON, JULY 5, 1845. £ s. j IKON—Bara Wales ton 8 0 *'► London 8L5 0 Nail rods 9 10 O Hoops (Staf.) u 5 o |heet 12 0 0 ^ars. 1010 0 Scotch pig b Clyde 3 7 6' Russian cCCND 0 O 0 PS1 15 10 0 Gouneff 14 10 0 Sweedish d, for arriv o II iq q t onthellpot. 0oo Steel, fngt o 16 10 0 kees e 15 lo O COPPER-Tiler. 87]0 0 Tough cake S8 io 0 Best selected o 91 JQ q Ordinary sheets lb. 0 0 10 bottoms O oil L Tin—Com. blocks 4 10 DM bars 4116 II: Refined 4 J5 0 S t r a I ts h o.o 4 3 0 Banca. 4 5 0 riN PLATtb—CIl., IC. bor 114 0 ix 2 0 0 Coke, IC 1 8 0 1 14 0 LFAL)-Sl,eet If o .o. oo 20 LO 0 Pig, relined. 20 10 0 common 19 15 0 Spanish, in .«.- 0 0 O I SF'ELTFR-(Cake) I 24 0 0 ZINC—(Sheet) 30 0 0 i QUICKSILVEK u ..TO. 0 4 Q I B.EFINED METAL. TON 7 2 6 I a Discount 24 per cent. b Net casn. c Discount I 2$percent, d Ditto, e In kegs and f-incli. Discounts I percent, g Ditto 2.J per cent, h Net cash, in bond, i j),s_ I jount 3 per cent, k Ditto 2 per cent, t Net cash bond. I TI Discount 1$per cent. n discount LJ per cent. REMARKS- lRON.- The demand continues very dull. Scotch pigs are held at quotations, but buyers not to be found. who i,re disposed to give more than 60s. to 62s. 6d. At a meeting of the masteis it Glasgow, on the 3rd inst., they reduced their price from 90s. I to 80s. ■COPPER.—Demand not brisk, or 'he manufac- turers' wishes, who have still heavy engagements to fulfil. -English in moderate demand nothing doing in foreign, ind the market heavy. ,u TIN PLATES.—Dull, and fully J»*,lo*e.r tha« last week. LEAD.—Continues in good demand, and stocks |ow no foreign n the marke t. 1 SPELTER.—Not quite so u y week sale made on Saturday last at f24. w loco. PRBHSTPWCB OF 11 N PLATES. j NEWPORT, JULY 10. [ S, (j. I 111 O \Tr £ No. IC. per box 1 0 Wasters.0 2 0 „ No. IX. per box 117 0 0 3 0 „ No.IXX. pet box J 0 03o BRISTOL HAY MARKET, JULY 8. Hav pet ton 3 0 0 to 5 0 0 Straw per Dozen 0 2 o to 0 2 l A Vetches. 0 0 9 to 0 0 1] H Newport, Saturday, July 12, 1845. I PrinAE,VT?vrPu?Sied U°IR, the Proprietor, EDWARD 5 BOWLING, of Stow Hill, ,n the Parish of St. Woolos.at the MERLIN General Prmting Office, situate in Curn-streetVin U* the Borough^f Newport,by W^UAM CHRISTOPHERS, fr of No. 1, Charles-street, in the said Borough. | Ci0^d0nAgRntu :_aoeS^S- Newton and Co., Warwick-square, 1 Mr. R. Barker, 33, Fleet-street; Mr. G. Reynell, 43, Chan- 1 eery-lane, Mr. S. Deacon, Coffee-house, No. 3, Walbrok, 1 near the Mansion House, where this paper is re¡ularly filed,, f