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THE ATTACK UPON THE QUEEN.

EXAMINATION AND COMMITTAL…

MONEY MARKET. —FKIDAY.

J BRISTOL -STOCK EXCHANGE.—YESTERDAY.

LONDON CORN MARKET.-FRIDAY.

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LONDON CORN MARKET.-FRIDAY. WHEAT.—There has been no feature in the grain trade at Mark-lane to-day. The supply of English grain has been short, and the quality indifferent. Of foreign grain there has been a moderate supply. The samples of English wheat have been scarce and quite as dear, other- wise the market has been quiet. Foreign parcels have been dealt in to a moderate extent at about late rates. BARLEY.—Moderate supplies of barley have been on the stands Malting produce has been quiet, but firm. Grinding sorts have been neglected. MALT has changed hands slowly at late rates. OATS. Fair average supplies of oats have been On offer, the demand for which has been inactive, on former terms. BEANS and PEAS have been in limited request, at late rates. MAIZE has been dull FLOUR,—Not much business has been doing in flour, at about late rates.

METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET.-FRIDAY.

LIVER,POOL. -FRIDAY.

IWAKEFIELD. - FRIDAY.

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