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-AGRICULTURE, COMMERCE, AND LONDON MARKETS. LONDON COR? EXCHANGE. LOlSOON CORN EXCHANGE. DEC. 10.—The arrival of wheat and flour last week was very moderate, owing to the boisterous state (,f the weather. This morning also the supply of wheat was short, chiefly from Essex and Kent, and fine parcels met a ready sale on full as good terms as this day se'nnight.-Barley is steady in value,Beaus of both sorts met a particularly dull sale, and aile full Is. per quarter lower.—Grey peas also have equally fallen in value; but boilers are Bot cheaper.—The oat trade is dull, though we do not consider it cheaper than this day se'miight.—Flout as last stated. S. S. S. 6. Wheat,Essex Red. 48 a 50 White 3H a 42 fine 50 a 52 Boilers 44 a 40 Old — a — Beaus, Small 34 a 36 White 50 a 52 Ticks 29 a 31 Fine 53 a 54 Harrow 36 a 38 Superfine 55 a '6 Oats, Feed 18 a 20 New — a— Fine 21 a 22 Bye 30 a 35 Poland 13 a S!1 Barley 26 a 30 Fine 22 a 23 Malt 54 a 58 Potatoe 23 a 24 Fme 58 a 60 Fine 25 a 26 Peas, liog 35 a 34 Bran 9 a 10 Man'e 37 a 38 Pollard,flue 14 a 16 Peas, liog 35 a 34 Bran 9 a 10 Maille 37 a 38 Pollard, fine. 14a16 PRICE OF HOPS IN LONDON PER CVVT. New Pockets. £ s £ s New Bags. £ s £ s FarnUara It 11 al2 12 Kent 0 0 a 0 0 Kent 5 5 a 6 10 East Kent 0 rt a 0 0 East Kent 7 OaS 0 Yearlings o OaO 0 Sussex 5 0 a 5 10 Old Hops 0 OaO 0 Yearlings 0 OaO — The Hop maet is very steady. Pit ICE OF TALLOW AND C A N D L KsTinTlo N L> O N_ s. d 3. d Town Tallow, per cwt. 48 0 Greaves 14 0 Russia ditto, Candle 4S 0 Good Dregs 5 0 White ditto 0 0 Curd Soap 72 0 iWetted Stuff 37 0 Mottled ditto 70 o Hough ditto 21 0 Yellow ditto 62 0 Hough ditto 21 0 Yellow ditto 620 CAN DLES.-)Iiiul(ls, 9s 6d—Stores, 8s—Inferior, 7s perdoz. LONDON COAL MARKET] Price of Coal per ton at the close of business. Friday's Prices, Wednesday s Prices. s. d. s. d. Ailairs 16 6 16' Beatunotit 1G0 Chester 15 3 14 6 West Hartley 17 15 ti East Percy 10 9 Kenton West •• Orde's Redlieugh •• 19 9 Holywell 16 G 15 9 Pontop 17 —— 16 6 Tanfield 18 186 Hebburn 15 Townley •• la 9 15 6 Shipcote IS 136 Wylam 0 -—— 16 WALL'S END. Clarke & Co. 16 0 17 Heaton Iti Dixon's Butterknowl —" ——. Oosfortb 19 3 19 6 Blake — 0 Bewicke and Co' 19 6 Hilda 17 9 —— 180 Ui-peth .—— 0 Killiiiffworth 18 I) -——. Perkins 18 0 .—— 13 3 Northumberland .] 17 9 16 Hetton 203 —— 19 0 Peareth Stewart's 206- 20 9 Tees 13 6 19 0 Newntarch «.. 18 .» 16 3 Brown RiddeU* lil 3 —— 19 3 PlUCE OF WOOL, IN XONDON. Blanket. 13d to 17d perlb. Flannel J6d. 21d Combing 17d — 191 PR IC li OF M ET A LS IN LONDON. BRITISti IIION. pjerg 500to 5100 Bars ftoti).. 8 0 0 (o 8 5 0 Bolts and llods 9 0 0 to 9 5 0 Hoops 11 0 0 to 11 10 0 Plate 12 0 0 to 16 0 0 Cargo at Cardiff 7 0 0 to 0 0 0 ..For bd.,CjC. N. D..18 10 to 19 0 0 All V. S. I. 14 0 0 to 14 10 0 I Swedit.h. Jl 15 0 to 12 0 O Archangel 0 0 OtoO 0 0 COPPER- British Cakc,3 (tou)- 10 0 0 to 0 0 0 Sheets, per lb 0 0 II to 0 0 0 Bottoms (lb.) O 1 0 to 0 0 0 STEEL. English 0 0 0 to 000 Swedish, bd, (ton) .15 50to 16 10 Q LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE. ( From the Liverpool Standard.) Dec 9. The business done in Wheat during the week was to a small extent; the Wakefield Market being I s. per quarter lower. The few sales of Irish Wheat in Manchester were at a reduction of Id. to 2d. on parcels; inferior being quite neglected. Prime Oats were in fair request, and some fresh Oat- meal brought -23s. 9d. per load. Flour continues in a depressed state, a decline of tid. to Is. per sack was submitted to. PEC* 10*—At this morning's market the sales of heat were limited the above noted decline was submitted to for inferior parcels; prime samples • ought the quotations of this day week. Oats were 1 ^°° request; some fine samples brought more Oatmeal supported the above advance, •ack °n lnUes dull at the reduction of 6d. to Is. per l-OSUi/A MAHj%rji\ CITY, THURSDAY, FOUR O'CLOCK.. Consols which were in the early part of the morning at 8S I for the Account, may be quoted at 881 ittiyers. In the Foreign Market, Spanish, 23j i Portuguese, 5(ij 7 Dutch, 50 to J. PRICES OF BRITISH STOCKS. Bank Stock *211. per cent. Reduced 961 India Stock 3-J per cent New 3 per celit. Consols,»# m>— 4 por cent. 1826 103-1 consols for Account .88 India Bonds 2*2 2-t 3 per cent. Reduced .87i Exchequer Bill PRICES OF FOREIGN STOCKS. Brazilian Blind, 5 per ct. 67 Greek Ang.Bds 5prct. 1 H Chilian Bonds, 5 per ct. — Mex. Bonds, 6 per ct. 37 Colombian Bonds, 6 pr rt 23j Portuguese Bds. 5 per ct. 57 j Danish Bonds, 3 per ct. 7:Vj Portuguese Res. Bonds 57 Dutch 2.J per cent. 50} Russian Bonds.5 per ct. 103^ Ditto 5 per cent 9Vi Spanish (1822), 5 per ct. "23i French Rentes 5 per ct. BelgianB inds, 5 per ct. 95j SIIARI':S.-Alten Miues,par.; Anglo Mexican. 89; Bola- nos 137J U2; Brazilian. Brazilian Imp. 61 2; Dt), tional, ■— Dmo St. John Del Rev. 6 7; Ditto Cocaes, 42 6; Cata Branca, 5 6; British Iron, 2S29 Mexican C unpany 81 91; Real Del Monte, 52^3^; United Mexican. 121; Ditto New Scrip, H115i; Alliance Fire and Life, Hi 12; Protector lire, 25 2G; Australian Agricult. 19; Canada Company, 48 9; General Steam Nav. 12 13.

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