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SWANSEA.

COWBRIDGE.

MONEY MARKET.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

LONDON -CORN EXCHANGE.

,SMITHFIELD.

ILIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE.

PROVISION MARKET,

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LATEST CURRENT PRICES OF METAL.

LONDON SE.ED MARKET.

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COLONIAL MARKETS.

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COLONIAL MARKETS. TUESDAY. JUNE 11.—The importers of sugar brought forward large public sales, anticipating the duty question would be settled, iu which they were not disappointed, as the duty on British planta- tion was reduced. Is. to-day, but so desirous were they to effect saks that they submitted to a decline of Cd., and, towards the close, reduction of Is. on fine qualities was established, thus nearly the whole of the bonus of Is. was given to the trade, while it is obvious that the consumers who buy in retail will not feel any benefit. 280 hhels. of West India, 9,000 bags and 300 casks Mauritius, 3,000 bags of Madras, and 1,000 bags Bengal sold, making a fair amount of business done, but evidently the market closed with a heavy appearance. Refined steady, standard qualities 56s. Coffee has been firm. Plantation Ceylon sold at full prices, «ood ordinary native was held for a shade advance and bought in. ° Saltpetre sold heavily, confirming the decline of Is. 6d. to 2s. established by private contract. Refraction 3.] sold at 26s. Ret, 9i to lli, 24s. 24s. 64. Rice of all descriptions, except fine, has advanced about 6et Madras sold 8s., 8s. 6d.; middling white Bengal, 10s. 6d. Indigo The quarterly sales commenced to-day. Prices were irregular, averaging about last sales' prices. -f;Yr">J.

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NEWPORT.

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