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GREAT WESTERN AND BRISTOL…

BRISTOL TO BIRMINGHAM.

1- BIRMINGHAM TO BRISTOL.I

TAFF VALE.

MONEY MARKET,

MINING MARKET.

CURRENT PRICES OF METALS.

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CURRENT PRICES OF METALS. ENGLISH IRON, a R. S. d.1 ENGLISH ORPKE. (I 1;. S. d. Bar, "bolt, &sq. I^on. per ton 6 0 0 Ordinary sheets .per lb. 0 0 9 Nail rods 6 15 0 Old copper e 0 0 s of00?? c n FOREIGN COPPEK. Sheets (singles). 8 lo South American in bond Bars, at Cardiff&Newp. 0 5 0 ltefinedMetal, Wales* „ 3 15 0. ENGLISH MAD. ,J Do. Anthracite* „ 3 15 0 per tun 10 0 t- Pig, 1,Wales, cold-blast „ 4 5 0 -^lieet „ 17 0 I)o. hot-blast „ 3 5 0 .» n, 0 I)o., 1, Clvde,n^c. 2 5 0 White >> () Blewitt'sl'at. Heti.Iron Shot (Patent) 19 10 0 for bars, rails, &c. free FORKIGN LEAD, H on brd.tt Newport* 3 15 0 Spanish, in bond 15 IG 0 Do., do., for tin-plates, American ditto —— boiier,plates, &c. do. „ 4 10 0 ENGLISH TIN. i Stirling s 1 at., lough- Blocks per art. 3 17 0 ened, in Glasgow. „ 3 2 6 3 16 0 a. ^i'l0S "T 1 ltefined 4 4 0 Staff, bars at the works 6 10 0 Pigs, ill Staffordshire" 3 10 1) FOREIGN TIN. Xtails 3 5 0 Kanea, in bond 4 in u Chairs' „ 4 0 0 straits 4 8 0 l'eruv.6mo.2.Vp.et.dis. „ I'OUHIGN IKON-, b Swedish „ 12 0 0 rpp "NPLATBS. I ICCokc .per box 1 7 0 IC Charcoai 1 13 G Gourieff! ■— excutto „ 1 n 6 Archangel —— SPELTER, TO EOREION STKHL. c PLATCSJWCHOUSED/VRFO* 15 0 0 Swedish kegs „ 14 0 0 Ditto, to arrive. „ 14 0 01 Do., fagt I, 15 0 0 ZINC, n Momn COPPER. d English Sheet 21 0 0 Tough cake 79 10 0 QUICKSILVER, O Tile 78 10 Oj Per lb 0 3 2 Terms.—a, (i months, or 2i per cent. dis b, ditto; c, ditto <1, 6 months; or 3 per cent. discount; c, 6 months, or 2,1 per cent. dis.; f, ditto; g, ditto; h, ditto; i, ditto; k, net easli; 1, 7 months, or 3 per cent. dis.; iii, net cash; n, 3 months, or U percent. dis; o, ditto, If dis. « Cold blast, free on board in Wales. RKMARICS.—The market continues dull for all kinds of metals, and the transactions ofth lost week have been upon a more limited scale than heretofore. Welsh bars must still be quoted at E5, free on board at the port, but a portion of an old stock is ofiered at lower rates. Staffordshire hoops, sheets, and nail-rods have been in dtmand to a moderate extent for India. In Scotch pig-iron there has been very little variation in price, and our quotations must be considered nominal at 43s. 6d. for mixed Nos., and 45s. for No 1 Gartsherrie aad Calder—net cash, free on board at Glasgow. Swedish iron is scarce, and a fair assortment much inquired for.- Of Sweetish steel there are buyers at £ 13 10s.—no sellers under i 14.-Copper was last week reduced Id. per lb. on sheathing, and £ 9 per ton on cake and tile.—The price of English tin has again fallen £4 per ton.—Tin-plates are obtainable at 27s. per box IC coke, and 32s. per box charcoal in London, and Is. per box less at Liverpool.—Lead is in moderate demand at quotatiuns-Spelter is iiat, and the price cannot fairly be quoted beyond jLlo, although sales were made within the last few days at E15 5s. The stock in London on the 1st was 2,300 tons against 3,500 at the same period last year.—Quicksilver is 3s. 2d. per lb. for ordinary quanti- ties. THE IRON* TRADE.—BIRMINGHAM, MONDAY.—The gloomy state of the iron-trade, as described in the Times of the 4th instant, is fully confirmed by the latest accounts from the manufacturing dis- tricts. It has been discovered that previous to the last reduction several large houses were selling from 20s. to 30s. per ton lower than the price fixed at quarter-day. A writer in a local paper this morn- ing states, that several furnaces in the neighbourhood of Wolver- hampton have already been put out of blast, and the amount of work done in mills and forges has been considerably reduced. Many others, rather than lock up their capital in stock with little probability of realising a profit, are preparing to adopt the same alternative. The cause of this unexpected stagnation is attributeato the interruption of our commercial relations with Austria and Germany, and the depressed condition of the agricultural interests.

TAFF VALE RAILWAY.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.

LIVERPOOL (JOHN EXCHANGE.

SEEDS.

UllIiAD.

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WOOL.

HIDES.

HOPS."

COLONIAL.

PONTYPllIDD.—JUNE 13.

HAVERFORDWEST.—JUNE 9.

ABERYSTWYTH,—JUNE 11.

MERTHYR^—~

SWANSEA.—JUNE 9. }

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CARMARTHEN.—JUNE 9.

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