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LATEST MARKETS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] BRISTOL CORN MARKET.—THURSDAY. There was some new English wheat on offer a) to-day's market, but the quality and condition wera very indifferent; trade was quiet. Wheat advanced 3s, maize 2s, and barley Is per quarter. New Irish oats were 6d cheaper. LONDON CATTLE MARKET.—THURSDAY. There were 1120 beasts, 220 foreign; 4s to 5s 4d. 3910 sheep, 1006 foreign; trade firmer; 4s 6d to 6s Sd. 360 calves sold at 5s to 6s. LONDON HAY MARKET.—THURSDAY. Good supply, trade quiet, and prices unchanged- Prime clover, 100s to 130s; inferior, 85s to 95s. Prime meadow hay, 90s to 102s 6d; inferior 40s to 75s. Straw, 33s to 43s per load. MAIDSTONE CORN MARKET.—THURSDAY. Very little new wheat at market, finest samples of red wheat for seed making 52s to 54s; white up to 58s. Good samples of new malting barley, selling freely, and making as much as 48s to 50s; some damp samples, but large in size, 38s to 40s. This is the worst market for the quality of corn known for 20 years. BRISTOL CATTLE MARKF'r Beef in moderate suppl- 68s to 70s; middling Mutton in quiet der store cattle, and Only 500 Irish porkers, 10s ? An Iris" an agric thefam can h< shee: a-11 lo. whic M anè th r. 0D. crop ihe 01 and pr, LORL AND DAI ministerii 11).S flippaii thinks that: to srive up other member. to toil for the s tablishments of mistaken. Men fairly be asked to. Turf and in rean" wives and daughters education of peasant and other equally cheap LIVELY "SCENE" a .L. A somewhat turbulent scene occurred at a lecture on the Zulu war delivered at the Shoreditch Town Hall, on Monday night, by Mr. Archibald Forbes. In commencing his lecture, Mr. Forbes stated that he would introduce no subjects of a controversial character, and therefore he refrained from criticising the action of Lord Chelmsford. When, however, he had described the death of the Piince Imperial, he stated that he would only speak of brave aien that evening, and therefore he (the lecturer) must ask to be excused from saying anything about Lieutenant Carey. This remark, which was uttered with con- siderable emphasis, was received with some cheers, but immediately a volley of hisses were raised, and cries of "withdraw that statement," and Why did you spare Chelmsford r" were heard above the din. The audience refused to allow Mr. Forbes to proceed, and, Three cheers for Carey were called for, amid evident sympathy. Mr. Holms, M.P., for Hackney, appealed for order, saying that he held his own opinion on the subject, but it was only fair to allow the lecturer to go on. This was suddenly agreed to by the discontents, but it was some time before the former enthusiasm of the meeting was again recovered.

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