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GLASGOW PIG-IRON TRADE.

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LONDON SEED MARKET.

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-roJ"'<v- COLONIAL MARKETS. I TEA.—The market has been brisk during the last few days and a targe trade has been done in parcels from the recent arrivals Good and fine Congous are commanding higher prices. The sale, brought on Thursday contained 6,736 packages, of which 2 600 sold The middling class of Gunpowder and fine Hyson sold eheaper, but Canton Gunpowder went dearer, common selling at Is. 2 ;d" few low Canton Twankays sold at 3hl. to 3^1." per lb., but th" qualities were common. COFFEE.—The market being closed in'the early part «f the wcel" has in some degree curtailed the operations. At public auction there have been offered 4 casks of Jamaica,-1,550 bags Ceylon The L3 ll* Jamaica were mixed qualities, and sold at previous rates, 3!s. 64 to 47s. per ewt. — SUGARS.—Owing to the uncertainty of the measures that Govern- ment intend to propose for the relief of our West India colonics the transactions have been extremely limited.

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EBBW TALE.

MONEY MARKET.

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