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ITmxbtm info (goruntrr Money CITY JAN". 17.—'The stock markets are dull to-3av, owing partly to theintr0du6fciouof the new Egyptian Railway loan. Consols and British railways are steady, but foreign bonds show flatness, espeoauy bpamsli Passive and Mexican. Baniiii" and financial shares are inactive, and mostly guoted the same as yeSte?day; The high level of j&oiiey continues to cheek speculation in every department of the Stock Ex- change. 'fhe transactions in the<liscount pjarkets continue moderate, and the rate for the best Bills'lis' still 7?r to-7f per csiit. Consols are now quoted 83f to £ for money, and 87! to i for t e acccunt (February 8). London and North YVestern Stock is now quoted 125f to Great Western, 584 to t; Midland, 123f to t; Lancashire aid Yorkshire, 122i to 1231 South Eastern, 731 to 74; Great Eastern, 41 to J Caledonian, 126-| to 1274; Great Northern, 127 to 128; ditto A, 145-to 5 and Metropolitan, 13SJ to'f.' BANE OP ENGLAND.—An Account pursuant tothe Act < BJI and 8th Vie., e. 32, for the-week ending on Wednesdiw, Jauuary 10, 1866 I ISSUE DEPARTMENT. JNotes issued £ 26,724,840 £ 26,724,810 Government debt £ 11,015,100 Other securities. 3,634,900 Gold coin & bullion 12,074,840 Silver bullion £ 26,721849 I BANKING DEPARTMENT. Proprietors'capit'l £ 14,553,000! Rest 3,430.3631 Public Deposits 3,643,638, Other Deposits 16,231,562, Seven daya and other bills 454,815 £ 38,313,378 Governmentseen- rities (me. dead 0 weight annuity) Other Securities 22,331,194 Notes 5,»78;245 Gold & silver coin 812,989 £ 33.313.378 Jan. 11, 1866. W. MILLER, Chief Cashier. The Corn Trade. MAEE XIANE, JAN. 17.—Fresh up to our market to-day the arrivals of English. Wheat were very moderate, arid^bn the whole, in middling condition. The market was moderately supplied with foreign wheat, the demand for which was inactive on former terms. Floating cargoes of grain were in limited request.-here was a fair scow of Barley on the stands. Fine malting parcels were firm ia prices, but the inquiry for them was by no means active.- The supply of Oats was but moderate.-Tha Flonr trade ruled quiet. CURRENT PRICES.—ENGLISH. Per Qr. WHEAT. S. S. Esx.,Knt.,rd., old 44 to 52 „ „ new 36 to 46 Esx., Knt., w., old 53 to 59 new 41 to 51 Norfolk and Lin- I coln, red, new to BARLEY. Malting 33 to 40 Distilling 28 to 31 Grinding 25 to 28 MAIT. Essex,Norfolk, and Suffolk 56 to 65 Kingston and Ware 58 to 67 Brown 48 to 53 Essex,Norfolk, and Suffolk 56 to 65 Kingston and Ware 58 to 67 Brown 48 to 53 New. 26 to 28 OATS. English,feed 21 to 26 New OATS. 26 to 28 OATS. English,feed 21 to 26 potato 25 to 30 Per Qr. OATS S. S. Scotch, feed 22 t;o 26 Scotch potato 25 to 38 Irish, white 20 to 27 „ black 19 to 26 BEASS. Mazagaa 32 to 36 Tick 35 to 38 Harrow 36 to 40 Pigeon. 39 to 42 PEAS. Grey 34 to 38 Maple 38 to 42 White. 38 to 13 FLOBR. Town made, per 2801bs» 43 to 46 Hotisehokl 37 to 39 Country. 32w 37 Norfolk & Suffolk, ,ex ship 32 to 34 JFOEEIQIT. WHEAT. Dantzic and Konigs- berg 47 to 59 Rostock & Mecklen- burg 44 to 55 Danish 43 to 46 1 Russian, hard. 42 to 44 „ soft 43 to 47 American, red 45 to 49 „ white 49 to 54 BAKLEY. Grinding 24 to 26 Distilling 30 to S3 Malting 32 to 34 OATS. Dutch, brew 21 to 26 „ feed 21 to 25 OATg. Danish & Swedish. 22 to 26 Russian 21 to 27 BEANS. Danish 35 to 39 Egyptian 37 to 40 Maple 86 te 38 Boilers 38 to* 41 INDIAN COM. White 31 to 36 Yellow 31 to 35 FLOUB. French, per sack o3 to 36 Spanish, „ 33 to 36 American, per barrel 26 to 31 Canadian 26 to 32 Meat and Poultry Markets NEWGATE AND LEADENHALL.— Per Slbs. by the f5fi.rcfl.se • s. d. 8. d. Inferior beef 3 0 to 3 4 Middling ditto 3 6 3 8 Prime large 3 10 4 2 Ditto small 4 4 4 6 Large pork 4 2 4 101 Inferior mutton 3 6 4 0 Middling ditto 4 4 4 8 Prime ditto 4 10 5 2 Veal 4 0 5 0 Small pork 5 2 5 8 Lamb 0 0 0 0 Turkeys, each 5 0 10 6 Geese, each 5 6 6 6 f. Fowls, each 2 6 3 0! s. d. to s. (I Capons, each. 3 6 4 0 Chickens, each 19 2 6 Ducks, esch 2 6 3 6 Rabbits, each. 10 16 Hares, each 3 6 4 6 each. 0 0 0 0 Partridges,each 16 1 9 Pheasants;each 3 0,40 Pigeons, each. 0 8 0 10 Ostendfr. butter, per doz; lbs. 12 6 15 0 English ditto. 14 0 17 0 French eggs, 120 8 6 12 0 English ditto. 12 6 13 6 AIF,TROPOLITAN. -A statement of the supplies and prices of fat live stock on Monday, January 16, 1865, as compared with Monday, January 15, 186a Per 81bs. to jink the ofikL h- www 1866, a. A. a. d, d. s. d. Coarse and inferior Beasts 3 6 to 4 2 3 4 to 3 8 Second quality ditto 4 4 4 8 3 10 4 4 Prime large Oxen 4 1.0 5 <0 4 6 410 Prime Scots, &c. 5 2 5 ,4 4 10 5 2 Coarse find inferior Sheep 4 2 4 8 4 0 4 8 Second quality ditto. 4 10 5 2 4 10 5 6 Prime coarse-woolled ditto 5 4 5 3 5 8 6 2 Prime Southdown ditto 5 10 6 0 6 4, 6 8 Large coarse Calves 4 4 5 0 4 0, 4 6 Prime small ditto 5 2 5 6 4 8 5 0 Large Hogs 3 6 4 0 4 0 4 6 Neat small Porkers 0. 4 2 4 8 4 8 & 2' Fruit and Vegetables. CO VENT-GARDEN.—Notwithstanding tbe unfavourable ehaiige in tlie weatlierv winter greens are still tolerably well supplied. ,*Of good apples* both foreign and home-grown, there continues tc> be a scarcity. s t,,o, are not, over abundant, the latter consist chiefly of Winter Neils, Na Plus Meuris, and GIou -Morceau, Grapes.1m(1:pijlÐpJe:1! are sufficient for the demand. Flowers chiefly eonsiat of poinsettia, pulchêrrima, orchids, heaths, Chinese primulas, camellias, and roses. FRUIT. s. d. s. d 3. d. a. cL Apples.p.hf-sieve 2 0 3 0 Walnuts., pr bb, 14 0 to 20 0 Grapes, per lb. 6 0 15 0 Chestnuts, do 8 1.6 0 Lemons,p. 100 6 0 10 0 Oranges,p, 101; 4 0 10 0 Melons, each 3 0 5 0 Pears, p. lif-sieve 4 0 80 Nuts,cob, 1001b 160 0 0 0 „ „ dozen 3 0 6 0 Filberts, per lb. 0 9 1 0 Pineapples, p. lb. G 0 In 0 VEGETABLES. s d s d s d s d Cabbages, per doz. 1 0 to 2 0 Cucumbers, each .2 0 to 3 0 SeaKale,per punnet 2 6 3 0 Beet, per dozen .2 0 3 0 Asparagus,per bun. 80 12 0 Shallots, per lb.0 8 00 Potatoes, York He- Giu-lie, per lb. 0 8 0 0 gents, per ton 75 0 .90 0 Lettuces, per doz.10 00 Rocks, per ton. 55 0 65 0 Endive, per score .1 0 2 6 Flukes, per ton .100 0 120 0 Artichokes, per doz. 4 0 6 0 Kidneys, per cwt. 8 0 12 0 Horseradish,p. bun. 2 6 40 Carrots, per bunch 0 4 0 6 Mushrooms, p3rpot.l 0 2 6 > Turnips, per bunch ,0 4 0 6 Po.rsley.p. doz. bun. 2 0 4 0 Celery, per bundle 10 16IHerbs, per bunch .0 6 00 London Produce Market. MINCING-LANE, JAN. 17--guatr,The demand con- tinues extremely limited, and the businec s done is at prices in favour of buyers. The private sales include a landed cargo of white Bahia, at 353 6d. Refined—Previous prices are unaltered, but the demand continues extremely limited. COFFEE.—The parcels of Ceylon brought to auction have gone off with more spirit at full prices toGd advance. Plan- tation Ceylon, low mixed to middling pale, 72a to 77s; ooloury, 78s 6d to 83s. Native good and fine ordinary, 688 to 68s 6d. Mocha short berry, 108s; long berry, 95s to 100s. About 1,000 bags of Rio have been sold at 55s. TEA —The public sales are going off without spirit and at prices in favour of buyers common to fair red leaf Congou, Is 0-Jd to Is 3"d; common to fair black, Is old to Is 24a. RICE. -The market privately is steady for Bengal and Madras, but dull for soft grain. BUM.—500 casks of Mauritius sold at IS 6«a 10 7d, SALTPETRE.—6'00 bags of Bengal sold at 23$9d for retrco- tion 9. COTTON continues extremely dull- HEMP.—St. Petersburg closed too* »<*>, at which busi- ness has been done.

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