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Ifsnbffiit aiu! arkets. Money Market. CITY, JUNE 5.—There is a demand to-da-y for the funds, "which have risen per eent;.„ but most other securities have experienced a further reduction, owing to an almost general expectation that war will soon break out on tbe Continent. Foreign b&nds are decidedly flat, especially Italian of 1861. The applications for discount continue moderate, and the tendency of rates is downwards. The general quotation for choice bills is to f per cent., but some transactions have taken place at a fraction below. It appears that a further sum of LI,200,000 in gold is now on the way from New York to Europe, including £ 300 000 shipped by tbe steamer City of New York. The bulk » doubtless 'on English account. It is anticipated that the influx to the Bank of England will continue on a large scale, and that a reduction in the official mmimwm witi soon be announced. Consols are now quoted 85s to -1\, ex div., both for money and to-morrow's settlement, and 85i to 86, ex div., for the new account (July), The railway market remains heavy, and a fresh fall is observable in prices. London and North-Western stock is quoted 116 to t; Metropolitan. 125l to t; Great Western, 5M to 54J; Midland, 121J to 122i; Lancashire and York- shire 120 to South-Eastern, 69J to J; Great Northern, 122 to 123: ditto A, 129t to 130}; Caledonian, 126 to 127; Oreat Eastern, 36 to t i and London, Chatham, and Dover, 85 to 26. BANK OF ENGLAND.—An Account, pursuant; to the Act 7 and 8 Viet., cap. 32, for the week ending on Wediies- day, May 30, 1866. ISSUE DEPARTMENT. Notes issued £ 26,434,205 1, £ 26.434,205 Government debt *1.1,015,100 Other securities. 8,98i,90P Gold coin & bullion 11,434,205 Silver bullion £ 26,434,205 BANKING DEPARTMENT. Proprietors'eapife'l £ 14,553,000| Seat 3,419.759 Public Deposits 6,188,512 Other Deposits 20,467,080i Seven da\>s and _„J other bills 543,730 £45.172.081 Governmentsecu- rities (inc. dead weight annuity) £10,864,038 Other Securities 33,447,463 Notes. 415,Li; Gold & silver coin 444,570 215,172,081 May 31,1866. W. MILLER, Chief Cashier. The Corn Trade. MARK-LANE, JUNE 4.—The supply of English Wheat to this morning's market was moderate, and met a slow sale at the prices of last week. There was a tolerable attendance, and the business transacted in foreign was limited, there being less pressure to sell than last week. About Monday's prices were realised upon the business done.—Grinding Barley was rather cheaper.—Beans and Peas were una terec1 in value.-For Oats there was a good demand, at a decline of 6d to Is per qr. upon the prices of this day se'nnight.—In Plow there was but little done, and prices were uaaltered. CURRENT PRICES OF BRITISH GRAIN AND PiO'SIFT, Shilling? per Qzmsrtw WHEAT, Essex and Kent, white new -41 t-o S3 » red 40 4T Norfolk, Lincoln, and Yorkshire, red 41 47' BARLEY 29 to 34 Chevalier, new37 4B Grinding 29 31 Distilling 32 37 MALT, Essex, Norfolk, & Suffolk, new 60 67 Kingston, Ware, & town-made, new 60 W Brown 5ff 58 EYE 26 as. OATS, English, feed 20 to 25 Potato 24 00 Scotch, feed .20 25.Potato. 24. 30 Irish, feed, wiiitel9 22 Fine. 28 26 Ditto, black 19 22 Potato 24 27 BEANS, Mazagan .42 4t Ticks ,.42 4*> Harrow 44 47 Pigeon 47 51 PEAS, white, boilers 37 42 Maple39feo42 Grey,new 3C fr FLOUR, per sack of 2S01bs., Town, Households 42 4S Country,onshoTe32to35 87 Norfolk and Suffolk, on shore 31 3a F FOREIGN GRAIN. WHEAT, Dantzic, mixed ,52 to 55 old, extra 55 X, KSnigsberg 48 53.extra 53 55 Rostock 48 52 fine 68 5S- Silefian, red 46 48 white 40 51- Pomera., Meckberg., and Uckermrk.red old 46 51 Russian, hard, 42 to 45. St. Petersburg and Riga 45 4S Danish and Holstein, red 45 5A French, none Rhine and Belgium. 47 58 American,redwir.ter47to51,spriug46to49,white BARLEY, grinding27 to 30. distilling and malting 35 40 OATS, Dutch, brewing and PoIgnds20 to 26.feed 18 2S Danish and Swedish, feed 19 to 24,Stralsund, 19 24*• Russian, Riga 20to 22.Arch., 20 to 22,I"sburg 23 25 TABES, spring, per qr 45 ? BEANS, Frtesland and Holstein 37 tvlz KSnigsberg 40 to 43.Egyptian — — PEAS, feeding and maple 37 41.fine boilers 36' 40 INDIAN CORN, white .30 33.yellow .30 38- FLOUR, per sack, French 33 37.Spanish, p sack 88 37 American, per brl. 23 26.extra and d'ble. 27 ^VEEPOOL, Jusb 5.-The market fairly attenitetj, Wheat in better demand and y-rices are Id dearer. Mod&» rate business in Flour, which is held for Is and Oatmeal steady, at lute rates.-Indian Corn in f-Air request; fair qualities give way 3d per qr.; mixed, 29s fÓ

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