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CARMARTHENSHIRE ASSIZES.

MERTIIYR POLICE GOU KT.—SATURDAY,…

NEATH PETTY SESSIONS.—FRIDAY,…

CARDIFF POLICE COURT.—MONDAY,…

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MONEY MARKET.

MINING MARKET.

LATEST CURRENT PRICES OF METALS.

PRICES OF WELSH MINING SHARES.…

TAFF VALE RAILWAY. ,

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.

SMITHFIELD.

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PROVISION MARKET.

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PROVISION MARKET. The arrivals last week from Ireland were 1,680 firkins butter, and 790 bales bacon and from foreign ports 7,390 casks butter. There was a moderate amount of business transacted'in Irish butter during the past week. We have but little alteration to notice in price from our quotations of this day se'nnight. The supplies of best foreign are increasing, and prices declined to 104e to 102s. The bacon market ruled quiet, and holders submitted to a further decline of Is. per cwt., wh ch caused a slight improvement in de- mand at the end of the week, and the market closed firm at 52s. to 5Gs. landed for Irish. II ENGLISH BUTTER MARKET.—We are now getting an increased supply of new butter to market, and all sorts are declining in price. As to our stock of old butter, it seems quite neglected but should a buyer appear, he may make his own terms.

LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE.

COLONIAL MARKETS.

PONT YPRIDD.-M A it. 21.

CARMARTHEN.—MAR. 17.

-HAVERFORDWEST.—MAR. 17.

I ABE ITYST NN'YTI-I.-Al AIL.…

MERTIIYR.—MAR. 17. -I

I SWANSEA.—MAR. 17.

LONDON GAZETTE.

BANKRUPT.

TUESDAY, MARCH 20.

Family Notices

-----BREAD.

THE NORMAL COLLEGE AND THE…