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anh Q1:.aUHttY 'J]jarkds. --+- Money Market CITY, JUNE 21.-The stock markets to-day are again very- inactive. The funds remain at yesterday's quotations. As regards foreign stocks, there is no general movement, but a relapse has taken place in Spanish Passive and Certificates; In the discount market to-day the supply of money has di- minished, and the rate for choice bills is firm at 3 per cent Short loans on English Government secudties in requestin the Stock Exchange at 3 per cent. Consols are now quoted 90J to î, ex div., for money, and 9Oi: to -J, ex div., for the account (July 6). The official business report is as follows:—Three per Cent. Consols, for money, 90i, i, J, i; ditto, for account, 901; Three per Cents. Reduced, 89-J, I, v New Three per Cents., 89|, -f; New Two-and-a-XIalf per Cents., 72 Bank Stock, 8 250; India Five per Cent. stock, 104J, f; and Exchequer Bilis, 5s. prem.— The railway market continues dull. London and North Western stock is now quoted 1254 to 124; Great Western, 71? to i; Midland, 135} to J; Lancashire and Yorkshire, 121f to 122; Caledonian, 133% to 13-ti; South Eastern, 84| to S-J; Great Eastern, 47.1 to 48i; London and South Western, 98 to 100; Metropolitan, 141i to 112: Great Northern, 132to 133; ditto A, 147 to 148. The oorr; Trade MAKX-LANE. JUNE 19.-There being an improvement; in demand for English Wheat at tbis day's market, with only a moderate supply, full rates were realised and a clear- ance nearly made: white at 41s to *7s; red, 35s to i2s; and Talavera, 44s to 52s per quarter; the quality and condition was again generally excellent. Supply of foreign remains large, but with a f.iir demandrates ruled steady at 34s to 46s, and prime at 47s to 50s. American met a more ready sa e supply was light, and the terms obtained were, for white, 423 to 45s, and red, 398 to 41s. Floating cargoes of Wheat wanted at previous terms.—Flour in good demand, and still firm ia value: best town-made realising 37s to 40s; seconds, ;33" to 35a; country-made, 27s to 32s; French, 30s to 32s per sack; and American, 30s to 24s per bar.—Barley in small supply and scarcely any demand for malting, but a fair trade for grinding and dis- tilling at 24s to 28s. Foreign Barley dull of sale at 21s to 30s.—Malt met about the usual demand: pale realised 54s to 61P, and brown, 47s to 52s.—Of Oats there was gene- rally a plentiful supply, but with a good demand rates ruled full ip MABK-LANE, WEDNESDAY, JUXII: 21.—-CUKRENT PRICES > ENGLISH. Per Qr. WHEAT. s. S. Esx., Knt., rd., 1863 38 to 42 „ „ 1864 38 to 43 Esx., Knt., w., 1863 42 to 43 „ „ 1864 43 to 49 Norfolk and Lin- coin, red, 1884 37 to 42 BARLEY. Malting to Distilling 25 to 28 Grinding 20 to 26 31 ALT. Essex,N orfolk, and Suffolk 54 to 61 Kingston and Ware 54 to 61 Brown 47 to 51 EYE. New 26 to 27 OATS. English,feed 19 to 23 11 potato 23 to 27 Per Qr. OATS. S. S. Scotch, feed 17 to 22 Scotch potato 23 to t7 Irish, white 19 to S1. „ black 18 t.Q ;3 BEANS. 1 85 to 37 i 35 to 38 37 to 39 ri.{é:t:L. 38 to 44 PEAS. 34 to 36 ■AI 36 to 39 36 to 38 FLOUR. Town made, per 2801bs 36 to 40 Household. 33 to 36 Country 29 to 35 Norfolk & Suffolk, ex ship 26 to 28 FOREIGN. Ver W. WHEAT. S. s. Dantzic and Konigs- berg 41 to 52 Rostock & Mecklen- burg 41 to 46 Danish 36 to 38 I Russian, hard 3 i to 35 soft 37 to 33 American, red 40 to 42 „ white 43 to 46 BARLEY. BARLEY. Grinding 20 to 23 Distilling 24 to 28 Malting to OATS. I Dutch- brew 17 to 20 I „ feed 16 to 19 irer Qr. OATS. s. s. Danish and-Swedish 17 to 20 Russian 18 to 21 BEANS. Danish 34 to 36 Egyptian 36 to 37 PEAS. Maple S3 to 36 Boilers 36 to 38 INDIAN CORN. White 29 to 32 Yellow 29 to 30 FLOUB. French, per sack 30 to 32 Spanish, „ 31 to 32 American, per barrel 20 to 26 Canadian 20 to 26 LIVERPOOL, JUNE 20.-The market moderately attended Fair business doing in Wheat at fully Friday's prices.—. Flour nominally unchanged.—Beans, Oats, and Oatmeal dull.—Indian Corn steady: old mixed, 23S! 6d j new, 278 6d: Galatz, 29s 3d to 29s 6d. HOPS, BOROUGH, JUNE 21.—Messrs. Pattenden and Smith report the market continues without alteration since Mon- day last. The accounts from the plantations come rather less favourable than at first. TALLOW, JUNE 21.-The market is firm, at the follov^ ing prices :—Town tallow, 39s net cash; Petersburg Y.C., on the spot, 41s: October to December, 42a 3d to 428 6d; December, 42 9d. HAY, SMITHFIELD, JUNE 20.—Mr. Charles James Easton reports trade firm at the following prices :—Prime meadow hay, 95s to 110s; inferior, 80s to 909; new, 60s to 80s; clover, old. 110s to 130s straw, 26s to 30s. COTTON, LIVERPOOL, JUNE 20.—The market is very finn, and sales will probably foot up about twenty-five thou- sand bales. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES, COVENT GARDEN.—Oat- door produce of excellent quality is now abundant. Of strawberries there is a good supply. Peas are also plentiful. Cherries are extensively iiaported; prices for them vary from 6d Is to 6d per lb. Grapes and pineapples are now abundant. Cob nuts fetch from 50s to 60sper lOOlbs. Aspa- ragus is still well supplied, as is also broccoli. Good new kidney potatoes fetch from 2s to 4s Tter dozen lbs. Flowers chiefly consist of orchids, heaths, "azaleas, pelargoniums, mignonette ana roses. ib., 6stol0s; Grapes, per lb, 5a to 10s: Peaches per doz 12s to 42s; Nectarines ditto, 12s to 24s; Figs, ditto, 8s to 12s; Strawberries Der lb, Is to 3s; Baking Pears, per doz, 2s to 4s; Apples per sieve, Is to 2s; Oranges, per 100, 10s to 14s; Lemons' per IOO, 5s to 10s; Nuts, eoc, per 1001b. 50s to 60s; Brazil, per bushel, 18s AlmoBde, ditto, 18s to 20s; Cabbages, per doz., J.H (3d to 2s 6d; French Beans per 100, 2s Peas, per sieve, 5s to 6s; Asparagus, per 100 2s to 3s 6d; Email, ditto, Is to Is 6&; Potatoes, '7ork B.wjeuts, per ton, 100s to 114B; Rocks, do.. 60s to EL5;, Flukes. 130s to 150s; new, round, 10,to 18s per cwt.; do. kidneys, 2s to 4s per doz; Carrots, pr. bunch., 6d to8d; ditto, new, Is Tarsip«=, per bunch, 4d to 6d; Cucumbers, each, 6d to Is 6d: Beet, per doz., Is 6d to 2s; Shallots, per )b., 80; Garlic, per lb., 8d; Lettuces, per doz. Is to Is dfi; Endive, per score, Is to 2s 6d; Arti- chokes, per doz. 4s toO t,, Horseradish, po," bundle, Is to 4s; XuTisbroomn. per pott., Is to Is 6d; Parsley, per balf sieve, 3s to 4s; Herbs, per bunch, 61. Cattle Market. METROPOLITAN, JUNE 19.—We have a larger supply of Beasts, and consequently there is an effort on the part of buyers to reduce prices. However, choice qualities cannot be quoted lower. There are a few more Sheep, and on the average prices are rather lower, yet a fair clearance is effected. Trade is very dull for Lambs, at lower rates. Calves are selling about the same as on Thursday From Germany and Hollaad there are 2,080 Beasts 8 720 Sheen 397 Calves, and 20 Pigs Scotland, 520 Beasts •' Norfolk abi Suffolk, 1,640; and 680 from the midland COZ'HI a Per stone of 8Jbs. s. d. s. d. Best Scots, Hfds. 5 0 5 2 Best Short-horns 4 8 5 0 2nd. qua!, beasts 3 0 4 0 Calves. 3 8 S 4 Figs o 4 8 BestDns&l-bdss. 0 0 0 0 "U..I,J. Per stone of fflbs. s: d. s. &. Best Long-wools 0 0 0 0 Do. do. shorn 5 4 5 6 Ewes & 2d. quai, 0 0 0 0 Do. do. shorn. 4 4 5 0 Lambs 6 0 7 4 436° PigB, 400 Shaep and Lambs, 23,590 Calves, 436 j PIgS, 400 The Prod use Market. I. MINCING-LANE, JUNE 19.—Sugar: Business to a large exte" t, and rather higher rates were obtained to-day Mau- ritius, of brown quality, selling at 27s to 32s; yellow and re- mung, 32s 6d to 34s 6d; grainy, 34s to 41s; Cuba Musca- I _a- vaoo, 29s to 34s; Porto Rico, 30s to 37s; Havannab, brown -9s bd to 32s yellow, 32s 6d to 36s 6d; floretts 37s to 40s'- white, 4013 6d to 42s 6d; Madras, native, 26s 6d to 29s and Jaggery, 24s to 26s. A more ready sale for refined Sugar: rates for brown lumps are 42s 6d common to fine grocery, 43s to 45s; and tittlers, 43s to 46s.—Prices for Coffee are still steadily on the advance, there being an exten- sive demand: clean Native Ceylon bringfs 66s to 73s Plantation, fine ordinary to middling, 80s to 85s 6d- eooif midd. to fine, 863 to 102s; and Costa Rica, at 70s 'to per cwt., according lo quality. — &. free sale for COCOP red Trinidad brings o7s to 102s; and grey, 60s to 661 — Extensive transactions m China Green Tea, aad ah r,rWa above last week: Congou at Is 9d to 2s lOd; also in demand, but sorts under the former prices oulv in moderate request. Scented and iw And a ready sale, and rates are rising transactions in Spices: rates for BLIOV TV, 2|d to 4id; white, 5id to Is; Pimento Cochin Ginger, 58s to 110s.—Dried Fruit- olt 1 V i taiaed at previous moderate prices — A ?aa<. y °^" sions: the terms obtained foTcOTkltatf^ ^V01' S2s to 102s; fine Freizland, 96s to otf as tp quahty, Bacon, 56s to 70s.—The va ue ol oW' .Ins £ gree-n £ 27 10s to £ 28; and of ropin- ManillT 1S mOils srenerallv i„ l u»_fxamlia, £ 27 to £ 31.—Business to £ 92; pale Seal, £ 42 CocUm Vi^ foreign refined ZffiZ&ffgXX'

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