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MONEY MARKET—FEIB.\V. The inquiry for discount at the Brink was limited. In the open market there was a fair inquiry, and rates were steady, at 21 to 2 per <>ev.t. <. 1 The markets for Pv.blit- Securities remained in tne d-li andinanimated condit.i« in which has characterised them dur- ing the last week, and as the husivifcssgoing forward is in a great degree com t,(ise, i sales, prices are flat, and have an unsettled aspect. Foreign Bonds are heavy, and sym- pathy with the weak prkp", received from the Continent, and Egyptian, French, lld Italian are all lower. English ltailway Shares are generally about 5 lower, owing to dealers closin, the engagements previous to) leaving for the holidays. The Home Funds lire tiat, notwithstanding the brilliancy of the weather, and Consols have fallen k. In the American Market there is no important change, but the tendency is to buy United States Government Bonds. Miscellaneous Shares are neglected. Joint- Stock Bank Shares exhibit strength. The Directors of the Union Bank of Australia an- nounce a dividend of El 12s. 6d., equal to 6! per cent., fjr the half-year. The dividend of the Reversionary Interest Society will be at the rate of 15 per cent. per annum.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.—YESTERDAY.

LONDON CORN MARKET.-FRIDAY.

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