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NORTH WALES.

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TAFF VALE RAILWAY.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.

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LONDON CORN EXCHANGE. MONDAY.—The arrivals of all kinds of English grain, as well as flour, for our market last week, coastwise and by land carriage, were extremely small, and the majority of the samples came to hand greatly out of condition. Scarcely any grain arrived either from Ireland or Scotland. The foreign imports were, however, very extensive, consisting of not less than 45,417 quarters of wheat, chiefly from the Baltic and the near continental ports 13,183 ditto of barley, 36,886 ditto of oats, 825 ditto of rye, 1,390 ditto of beans, 938 ditto of peas, 704 ditto of tares, 65 ditto of sundry seed, 2,807 sacks and 20 barrels of flour. The want of buyers for these heavy importations is producing a heavy accumulation of stock. The at- tendance of both town and country buyers being on the increase, and the samples more fit for grinding purposes than for some time past, the demand for those of home produce was steady. The finest parcels sold at Is. to 2s. more money than on Monday last. The supply of barley, from the late extensive arrivals of foreign, was large. Selected qualities of malting produced full prices. Grind- ing and distilling sorts were very dull, at barely rate rates. We were but moderately supplied with malt. The quantity of oats on offer was very large; hence the oat trade ruled extremely inactive. Beans were in moderate supply and lieavy inquiry at .barely sta- tionary prices. Grey anàmltplepeas moved off heavily at Is. to 2s. per quarter less money. White samples were unaltered in value. Indian corn and meal sold slowly at late rates. The top price of the best town-made flour was 42s. per 2801bs. IVUEAT- s. s. Essex and Kent, Red 36 to 49 Ditto, White, New 3S 54 Norfolk and Lincoln, Red 36 47 Ditto, White 38 „ 48 Irish, Red 38 40 Ditto, White 42 44 RYE- Old 26 „ 28 New 25 28 BARLEY— Grinding 23 26 Malting 28 30 Chevalier 31 32 MALT— Suffolk and Norfolk. 57 58 Brown 48 „ 50 Kingston and Ware 58 59 Chevalier 59 60 OATS— S. S. Yorkshire and Lincoln- shire, Feed 15 to 19 Potato is 22 Youghal and Cork, Black 14 19 Cork, White 16 19 Scotch, Feed 20 2a BEANS— Tick 26 „ 34 Pigeons 35" 42 PEAS— Grey 33 (j 36 Maple 3j 36 White 24 27 Boilers 26 30 FLOUR- Town made 38 42 Suffolk 31 34 Stockton and Norfolk 30 33 WEDNESDAY.—1The total qlfantityof English wheat received up to our market since Saturday evening has been only 420 quarters. The show of samples to-day was small in the extreme yet, owing to the pressure of foreign qualities, the demand for all kinds of wheat of home produce was heavy, at almost nominal currencies. The imports .of foreign wheat since Saturday evening have been 15,430 quarters, chiefly from the continent. Selected samples were mostly held at full prices, but all other kinds ruled heavy, at barely late rates. Upwards of 12,000 quarters of barley have come in from abroad; prices were with difficulty supported. Malt moved off slowly, at unaltered quotations. An immense influx of foreign oats has taken place this week. From Ireland no supply has reached us. Most kind of oats were the turn lower. Beans, peas, and all other articles were neglected.

SMITIIFIELD.

BREAD.

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COLONIAL MARKETS.

PONTYPRIDD.—MAR. 28.

CARMARTHEN.-MAit. 24.

IIAVER FORD WE ST.-M An. 24.

ABERYSTWYTH.—MAR. 26.

SWANSEA.—MAK. 24.

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MERTHYR.—MAK. 24.