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LONDON CORN EXCHANGE. onDA.y.—■ Yv itfi foreign wheat we were heavily supplied, and offers continue to arrive hither from the Continent at COlll- paratively low prices. The supply considerably exceeded the wants of the buyers. The supply considerably exceeded the wants of the buyers. Scarcely any English barley was on offer, but the supply of foreign was extensive. The best malting samples were mostly held at full currencies grinding aud distilling sorts were some- what easier to purchase, although we have no actual fall to notice in value. The quantity of malt on oiler was on the increase, and prices with difficulty supported. For oats the inquiry was limited. The best samples were mostly disposed of at lata currencies. Infe- rior qualities were somewhat lower, with a dull sale. Tick beans were quite as dear as on this day c'nnight. Most kinds, ü-f peas moved oil at la-t week's quotations. Indian corn and meal were held at full prices. Both sick and barrelled flour, the supply of which was good, was lower to purchase by from Is. to 2s. WHEAT— S. a. E.«*ex a:i'l Kent, Red S8 to 4S Ditto, Whit: New 40 52'| Norfolk nail Lincoln, Red 38 40 Ditto, White 41 „ 4 8 Irish, Red 39. 42 Ditto, White •„ 47. K V! Old 23 27 New '>3 21 B.uira-rx — Grindianr -n 25 ? 2S „ 20 3 J 33 MAT.T— Suifalk and Norfolk 57 55 Urown 43 50 Kingston and Ware 57 58 i Chevalier 59 „ 60 OATS— 8. 8. Yorkshire and Lincoln- shire, Pe.vi 16 to 20 Potato 21 21 Yon;:hal and Cork, Black 11 17 Cork, White 11 20 •Scotch, Feed 80 '23 BKAXS — Tick 2 34 P goons 40 41 PK.43 — Grey 30 33 Maple 33 33 White 21 27 Boilers 27 „ so To-vn made 41 .Suffolk 8-i 38 Stockton aad Norfolk 33 36 \Y KKNESDAY.—1 he totalarrival of English wheat for our market tins week has been only 33G quarters. Upwards of 15,000 quarters of foreign wheat have come to hand. The millers purchased cau- tioiwly, and late rates were with difficulty supported. No English barley as. raaraot, but the supply of foreign was good. All kinds moved off s:tiwuy.j at barely lace rates. In malt so little business vras transacted that prices wcro almost nominal. The oat trade was in a very depressed state, and the currencies bad a downward ten- dency. Beans, ppas, and Indian corn were held at full quotations. Flour TO lower to -purchsse.

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