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LONDON CORN EXCHANGE. Monday.—During the week ending on Saturday evening, the supply of English Wheat received up to our market, coastwise and by land carriage, was small in the extreme, and of very middiino- quality. The receipts of all other grain, as well as Flour, by water earriage were trifling; but those of Malt and Flour by railway proved tolerably good. From Ireland and Scotland, the arrivals were confined to a few parcels of Barley, Malt, and Oats. Judging from the appearance of the Sound list, it is evident that large sup- plies of Foreign Grain are close at hand. Offers for Wheat and Flour have come in freely frotn abroad since our last. A very limited supply of Wheat arrived fresh up for our market to-day from Essex; but from Kent the receipts were slightly on the in- crease, though of very inferior quality. At the close of the mar- ket, the bulk of the supply remained in the hands of the factors. Although the imports of Foreign Wheat last week were small, we were well supplied with that article this morning. The inquiry for all kinds was confined to retail quantities, at bareiy stationary prices. There was scarcely any demand for Indian Corn or Meal, both which articles were lower to purchase. Beans, though in short supply, were much neglected. No change took place in the general quotations, yet clamp parcels were decidedly lower. White boiling Peas supported late rates. In other kinds of Peas scarcely a transac- tion took pJace. The top price of the* best town-made Flour re- mained as last. Country marks, as well as barrelled qualities, were offering at reduced figures. The large influx of Foreign Flour is greatly interfering with the trade here, "WiiJJNDSDAY.—-The present week's arrival of English wheat for our market coastwise has not exceeded 1,020'quarters by land car- riage it has been small in the extreme. To-day the show of samples were Selected qualities ruled firm, at prices quite equal to Jliose paid on Monday, The middling and inferior kinds moved off slowly at late rates. Upwards of 15,000 quarters of foreign wheat have come to hand since Saturday. That article was a very slow inquiry, but we have no further decline to notice in value. Malting barley was held ,at extreme rates. Griiidi4; and distilling sorts were a dull sale, at barely stationary prices. So little was doing in malt that the quotations were almost nominal, Although the supply of oats was small, that grain ruled heavy, at Monday's prices. Beans, peas, Indian .corn, and meal were quite neglected. No change took place hi the value of the. best town- made fiouo. Ship qualities were easier to purchase. neglected. No change took place hi the value of the best town- made fiouo. Ship qualities were easier to purchase. W h hat— .p. «. Oats— s. s « £ J§' vsTm-e\JTeecr"T.17 „ 20 111(1 Lilleoln, lled 43 47 Potato 21 21 Ditto, White 41 49 Youiyhal and Cotk, Black 15 20 Irish, lied — — Cork, White 17 „ 20 Ditto, White — „ — Scotch,, Feed 21 „ 25 r,yr,- BEANS— Old Tick .27 31 ,\»w 28 30 P.geons 36 38 Bari.ey— PEAS- (.undine 24 „ 27 Grey 33 „ 31 Vuutjiv< 29 „ 30 Maple 34 „ 35 th est? "V 31 „ 32 White 33 „ 37 Mx'T-twt Boilers 37 „ 39 Sufoltc'/nd Norfolk 57 „ 58 FLOUR- Brown 48 „ 54 Town made „ 44 -Kingston and Ware 58 „ 59 Suffolk j2 „ 34 Pitevalier 59 6() Stockton and Norfolk 32 „ 31

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