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SMITH FIELD. MONDAY JUNE 26.—The numbers of English-fed beasts on offer this morning were seasonably good, though considerably less than those exhibited on this day se'nnight. As the attendance of buyers was on the increase, the Beef trade was tolerably steady at prices about equal to those paid on Monday last. The highest "fipr-uvp for the best1 Scots did not, however, exceed 4s. per 8 lbs. Previous to the conclusion of business, a fair clearance had been effected. With Sheep we were well supplied, even the time of year considercd. Prime old Downs moved off steadily at full rates of currency. viz., f, oi-a 4s. IOd. to os. per 81bs. Lambs-the supply of which was a full average—moved off slowly yet prices were fairly supported in most instances. A very large supply of Calves was on offer: while the Veal trade was heavy at a reduction in value of 2d. per 8 lbs. ThePork trade was excessively dull at a tall in prices of 2d, per 8 lbs. Pi,ie.f, iier stone of Slbs. (sinking the offal). 2 s 1 Jd to 4 s Od Veal 3s. 4d.to4s. 2(1. Matton".3 10 .4 8 Pork 3 10 .4 6 f.imlis 4 10 6 0 If 4 10 6 0 [ OF C.vm.B AT SMITIIFIELD. I Beasts Sheep & Lambs. Calves. Pi^s. Monday 3,296 25,980 329 290

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TUESDAY, JUNE 27.

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