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THE LEGACY OF LOVE.

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. I

DUBLIN, July 17. 1345,

DUBLIN, JULY 19.

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Corn Trade. ! i

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POETRY OF, THE RAIL.

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t L ourrap IM MA RKET8. | 69pN EXClIASGg. MARK LANE, .tl»s. Ji-i.j 21, 18", j Tftajeuppiies of are small, and ihe weather unsettled to-day^ anc! .some reapit; of the injury to the giowir.^ eiopi. We hay!e tia'd a good for English wheat this moraine, at an advance of Is. per^p on all 'descriptions since this day Fiee foreign in letiif/at ao advanoe^f Is. to is. per or., and a few parcels oi"rwheab»'i)oCd have cu'aiged hands about 2s. We hajlLa^fee sale\r>iio«r, and Ship 'flour-is 2a. to 3s. per I he'IwHplffijeafeSngriad1!ng;haf 1 <2yprices arefully Bv&ns JMHpe&s are-;sq|Bey and fylly. support late, rates. • he tepfsjit fAot sbevpa> very fiarge arrival-of^oats. There has b £ en,^fajj|rdemand by country buyers, as well as the town dealers atm co&wtiiti's, at a decline of (id. per qr. on Irish, and 6d. to Is. per qr. on foreign oats since this day se'nnight. CURRENCY PER IMPERIAL MEASURE. WHEAT.Essex & Kent, new red 50 53 White 50 56 O'd.red 50 54 DiUo 56 —• RvE.otd 32 34 36 UARLI'Y, grinding,25 27 malting 30 32 C!ievj#ier*i3 — c,S £ „jV, 24 26 Bere' 25 MALT, Suffolk and Norfolk v. 58 03 Brown .56 CO Kingstono and Ware 60 — Cii^valier ..65 — OATS, Yoiksh £ C Lincoinsh, feed 22 23 Potato .24 26 ^oughall 6c Coik, black. 22 — CdVfc, white.23 — •••• Westport.,23 24 Wateriord, white 22 23 22 — Newry 24 25 Galway 20 21 Scotch [feed 24 26 Potato .25 28 Clonmel 23 24 Limerick 23' 25 Londonderry 21 22 Slipo'23 24 BEA;,s,Tick, new. 38 40 0ld,fcmall.40 42 1 PEAS, Grey 36 38 Mapte .38 40 White. 38 4U Boil$-s .38 40 SEED, Rape ..271. :281. Irish..221. 261. |FFCR |ast l,itisc-,d, Bat 1 c33 44 Odessa^ j Mustard, white'2 lo biown 8 11 pej; bi'shel. » Fi.our, Town-made.42 Suflo!k32 r^Haciiof^i&Olbs Stockton &. Norfolk 34 Irish ..34 36 -„v FOREIGN GRAIN AND FLOUR IN ROND. WHEAT, Dantzic 40 — line -12 Hamburg 32 34 •; Roslock 33 36 I TUm.tY ]9 23 OATS, Brew IT 18 Feed. 14 17 BtANS — 21 29 i '•AS 28 32 Fi.oiai, American, per barrel.. lt> — Baltic.18 ■»-. | OFFICIAL CORN AVERAGES AND DUTY| Jui.y 19. ( i. Wht..| Barl. | °ats. Rye .| ISeatis,Pei^jji A?Sr"gaieaverage s. d. s. d.! 8. d. s. d.l s. d. s. d3H of ti weeks. 48 l} 29 9; 22 7; 32 1/ 38 9] 38.-4H qr. I qr. j «jr. J „r> K Duty onFor.Corn 20 0 {(9 Oj 6 0{ 10 e\ 4 tfj 4 6 fj SEE!) MARKET, AIONDAV. JULv 21. Vi .Caiuryseed was saleable in small yuantities at former rates reaily good being wonh 48s. to 50s. per qr. 'I'here were a few samples of new canary seed, and one or two of new rapes<ed j shewn the quality of the lormer was nol fine, the colour beina too dark; the rapeseed was very good. As yet, no puce can be said lo have been es'allished. s- s-1 f s s. Linseed ( English; 52 to 58 Linseed cakes, 1000.. 220 215 Caraway 44 46 j IJempseed, per qr 35 "sa Coriander, per cwt 12 18 live Grass ( English ) — — j i Mo-tard,brown,new 8 12 | Tares, Wintei,perqr 5 6 T,J foil (new) I Tares, old j, Rapeseed (English) 5i0 540 Canaiv, tine per qr.. 53 56 HOP INTELLIGENCE, BOROUGH, MONDAY, JUNE 21. 1 1 he business done in hops during the past vve^k has been of a limited extent. Subjoined is the present currency -Mid *w ivent, pockets £ 6. 10s. to £ 8.; ditto, bags £ C. «> £ /.■Fist 1 Ken. pockets £ 7. to £ 10. lUs.Weald, £ 6. To £ 6. IfiV; Su* 1 sex, £ t>. to it), las. S per cwt. per cvv(> S xvSS M •;•; l4" f0 ,S&5 Di«to bags 120 to 140 1 Vvealdol Kent .140 to 160 East Kent pockets 120 to 160 '■t-noice ditto —to — Farnham 200 to2!5 '■-Mid Kent 130 to 160 ■I. PROVISION MARKE f.ln.TI lv 21. '•h-e.Sah 'ftWeek lrfe,Md wtre firkins'butter, 1 anu o,3G!> bales bacon, and from foreign ports 7()?3c.ksb ft Dunn? the p.st «eek there was an active'tnide done in'lrfsh butter, the qu»»»ty offering being barely sutiu-ient to supply ,he J demagd. and theadvices from Ireland corainc vei y hi-h^warda 1 t^cose ot he week caused an advance of Is. to 2s. pe7cwt on ourtjuotations of this dav cp'nniirh. V' fr>' fo'waid deliver* afcrai^ i n nnighi, some salts were made prices dtuverj afcrales fully in proportion wit!, our Present cmed mi'l? hl'?n'° 1laVe a S,eady tr'i(!e in bacon, the fresh mild laid ovi/, ^"arid. Trices remain without change. a fie i an '| 'i' ,le improvement in butter, is mure inquired f- and higher rates are looked for. H In other a,tides no alteration to notice. BB,STOL. TI'*SBAY, Jut.y 22—There appears. SInce our last, to be rather more inclination, on the part of the t-ade to purchase West India :Sn::ar. Merchants generally are 1 !ÎrIlI, hilt there is little variation in prices. M CUfFEE.-3üU bags Ceylon, oflertd in auction, sold at lower 1 rates; good oidinary pale native fetched 46s. to 4?s. ieu-1 good "I ordinary 47s. <;d. to48s. 6d. per cwt. 9 TEA.—The deliveries are rather smaller than in the last week a being about 470,000 lbs. The maiket is very steady. Common* S coniou ;.ie selling at 9d. to 9 £ d., and good commoy -lOd.'to lid I pei pound. V '/s- ,f| I Stocks and deliveries for week ending jul-y II v/i k"TKR- I 3ACOH. Stof*. Delivery. Stock. Delivery^- 1012 20,940 4,210' 17,930 2 1844 14,300 6,520 8,700 OILGQ 1815 8,110 5,400 19; 1 TO .'4,210* BUTTER, BACON, CHEESE, AND HAMS. t'tiSnBuTTm (new)s s. CHELSE, pei cwt. s. s. per cu t. — — Double Gloucester f>2 86 Callow, new, oa brd « 80 — Single ditto •» na < 5,8° 76 — Cheshire r.t- co'Mst so ~i hV; 80 KMOLISH UUTIER. I Irish 56 64 Dorset,per fiikm 46 — V\ estmorelaad FOREIGN. York «6 70 •; Prim, Fr.esland, ot 88 -I BACON, new 46 7> Onto, K.e! 84 — ) Middles IT TALLOW AND CANDLES. Yellow Russia 42. 3 Whi(e 1' Town I allow 43^ M6u, d Ditto isoap 48 (jurd Melting stuff 30 — Graves* 1? Ditlo Rough 19 Good Dregs" 6 — SMliHrltLD MARKET-JuLY 21. ç. I be heel trade-as was the case on Friday I.lst—ruled inac- tive, at adeehne in the currencies obtained onlh.s Lyse'nn/ghr, of 2d. per Bibs. JE'. Compared with those exhibited at corresponding oetiods last year, the nember* of sheep were small, i|ie falling offin them heinu about 7,000 head. Pume old Downs commanded a steady demand, at last week's quotations. A slight improvement was noticed ui quality. The supplv of lambs was but moderate while the trade was tolerably steady at previous figures.. For calves we had a slow inquiry, and in some instances the I Plices bad a downward tendency. C, The pork trade was very dull, at last week's currencies. Per Sibs., to sink the offal. s. a. s. d. s. d. s.d. < Coarse and Inferior Prime coarse wool- fl Beasts -2 8 3 2 led Sheep .4 6 4- I Second quality do.3 4 3 6 Prime South Downs I Prime large Oxen.3 8 3 10 ditto ..4 10 5 0 I Prime Scuts, &c..4 0 4 2 Large coarse CalvesS" 644 I Coarse and Inferior Prime small ditto..4 6 4 8 I Sheep .3 2 3 6 Large Hogs .3 0 3ft I Second quality do.3 8 4 4 Neat small Poikers.3 10 4 jj I i.,amus, os. to 6s. ■Suckling Calves, 18s. to 30s.; and quarter-old Store Pigs, 16. I to 20s. each. Beasts, 2,3/5; Sheep, 26 100; Calves, 177•' I PiSs, 315. B

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