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Ifonbou nnfe Coutitrn II

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Ifonbou nnfe Coutitrn II The Money Market. CITY, JUNE 19.—THE stock and SHAVE marlreta are generally flat to-day, owing to the defeat of the Ministry' and the absence of business. The arrivals of gold from 1;1.1" York^contlnue upon a large scale, the Aleppo having- brouftbt £ 332,000. It is hoped that the influx from various quarters will be^qnite sufficient to meet the prr-sent active demand for bullion for exportation to the Continent. The demand for money to-day is moderate, and the supply gOé,à. The rate for choice bUls is 9^ per ceiit. Consols are nov qtiote(I 86 to 5 ex dLv., for money, and 86 £ to i for the aceotiut (July 10). The dealings in the railway murket continue limited, aad prices exhi bit a drooping tendency. The reduction, how- ever, is neither general nor important. London and North- Western stock is quoted 115 to llGt, ex new; Metropolitan, 126 to 127; Great Western, 51 to 52J Midland, 123 to Lancashire and Yorkshire, 120J to 121J; South-Eastern, 63 to-i; Great Northern, 120% to 121-| ditto A, 131 to 132; Caledonian, 126} to 127*; Great Eastern, 37 to £ and London, Chatham, and Dover, 25 to 26. BANK OF ENGLAND.—An Account, pursuant to tha Act 7 and 8 Viet., cap. 32, for the week ending on Wadset)- day, June 13, 1865. ISSUE DEPARTMENT. Note# issued £ 28,695,075 Government debt £ 11,015,10d igoid coin &btillfon Gold coin & bullion 18,695,675 Silver bullion — £I BANKING DEPARTMENT. rroprietors'capii'l £ 14,553,000 [Government secn- 3.4'J4..86+| ritiea (inc. dead Public Deposits 7.120,9691 weight annuity) £ 11,09S.4;>4 Other Deposits 20,127,347 Other Securities 31,270.277 Seven days and Notes 2,729.33a other bills 612,1011 Gold & silver coin 786,220* £ 45,834,281 £ 45,88-1,283' June 14, iBbb. W. MILLER, Chief Cashier. The Corn Trade. MARK-LANE, JUNE IS.-The supply of Wheat from Essex and Kent to this morning's market was small, and met a free sale. The attendance was good, and a fair lLll10unt of business was tranS:1cted,-Barley and Beana were each dearer.-Peas were unaltered in value.—Of Oats the supplies were short.—The top price of town-made ]']011'1' was raised 46 per sack, and foreign was held for 2a to 3s pes sack more money. CURRENT PRICES OF BRITISH GRAIN AND FI.OUR. Shillings per Quarter. WHEAT, Essex and Kent, white new 45 to 50 )t „ red „ 44 51 Norfolk, Lincoln, and Yorkshire, red 4.!< 51 BARLEY 30 to 35 Chevalier, new 38 4^ Grinding 30 32 Distilling 33 3S MALT, Essex, Norfolk, & Suffolk, naw 60 G7 Kingston, Ware, & town-made, new 60 67 B^own 53 58 RYE 2G 29 OATS, English, feed 21 to 26 Potato 25 SO Scotch, feed 21 26 Potato. 2b 30 Irish, feed, white 19 23 Eine 24 27 Ditto, black .19 22 Potato 24 27 BEANS, Mazagun .42 44 Ticks 42 44 Harrow 44 48 Pigeon 47 51 PEAS, white,boilers37 42 Maple39fco42 Grey,new 30 37 FLOUR, per sack of 2SOlbs., Town, Households 44. 4C Country,on shore 34 ta 37 „ 39 41 Norfolk and Suffolk, on shore. 33 35 FOREIGN GRAIN. WHEAT, Dantzic, mixed .54 to 53 old, extra 58 62 Konigsberg 50 56 extra 57 58 Rostock .51 56 fine 57 58 Silesian, red.48 52 white 53 55 Pomera., Meckberg., and Uckermrk.red old. 49 5 Russian, hard, 45 to 48.St. Pet a rsburg and Riga 47 SO Danish and Holstein, red 45 54 French, none Rhine and Belgium 50 5C American,redwiTiter50to51,spring50to52,white — BARLEY, grinding 28 to 30 distilling and malting 36 40 OATS, Dutch, breiviiig and Polands 20 to 27 feed 18 24 Danish and Swedish, feed 20 to 25.Stralsund. 20 26 Russian, Riga 20 to 23.Arch., 20co 22.P'sburg 22 2C TARES, spring, per qr 45 50 BEANS, Friesland and Holstein 37 42 Konigsberg .40 to 43.Egyptian — PEAS, feedingand maple 37 41.fine boilers 36 40 INDIAN CORN, white 31 33.yellow 29 31 FLOUR, per sack, French37 39.Spanish, p. sack 37 40 American, per brl. 25 27.extra and d'ble. 29 31 LIVERPOOL, JUNE 19. — The market well attended. Wheat in active request at 3d to 4d per cental advance. Flour, Is 6d to 2s dearer, with a largo business. Indian, corn in steady demand; mixed, 29s. Beans and Peas sup- port late rates. Oats and oatmeal in moderate demand, at last Friday' rates. Meat and Poultry Markets. NEWGATE AND LEADENHA.LL.-There are mosier&te snnnlies of meat, and the trade is firm. Per SIbs. by the carcase s. d. s. d s. d. to s. fl. Inferior beef 3 4 to 3 10 Caponc, each. 0 0 0 0 Middling ditto 4 0 4 4 Chickens, each 19 2 C Prime large 4 6 4 8 Ducklings,each 2 6 3 0 Ditto small 4 10 5 01 RaSbits, eack. 10 16 Large pork 4 4 4 10 f Hares, each 4 0 4 6 Inferior mutton 3 8 4 81 Grouse, each 0 0 0 0 Middling ditto 5 0 5 4 Partridges,each 0 0 0 0: Prime ditto 5 6 5 8 Pheasants, each 0 0 0 0 Veal 5 0 6 0 Pigeon3, each. 0 7 OS Small pork 5 0 5 6 Ostend fr. butter, Lamb 6 0 7 4 per doz; lbs. 11 6 13 6 Turkeys, each 0 0 0 0 English ditto. Vi 6 16 0 Goslings, each 8 0 9 0 French eggs, 120 5 6 7 6 Goslings, each 8 0 9 0 French eggs, 120 5 6 7 6 Fowls, each 2 0 3 0 English ditto. 8 0 9 0 METROPOLITAN. -A statement of the supplies anct prices of fat live stock on Monday, Jane 19,1865, as cow Dared with Monday, .Tune 18, Per 81bs. to sink the oftal. Juise 12, 1865. June n, 186C, s. fl, s. d. a. d. s. d. Coarse and inferior Beasts 3 8 to 4 0 4 0 to 4 4 Second quality ditto 4 2 4 6 4 6 o (I Prime large Oxen 4 8 4 10 5 2 o G Prime Scots, &c. 5 0 5 2 o 8 ;) 10 Coarse acd inferior Sheep 4 6 4 10 3 8 4 2 Second quality ditto^ 5 0 5 4 .,«><• 4 4< 5 0 Prime coarse-woolled ditto 5 6 5 10 5 2 f> Prime Southdown ditto 6 0 6 4 5 10 C C Lambs ••• 6 0 t in Large coarse Calves 4 4 4 10 5 0 5 6 Prime small ditto 5 0 5 4 5 8 6 0 Large Hogs 3 0 4 4 4 0 4 4 Neat emsil Porkers 4 G 4 10 4 0 Fruit and Vegetables. COVENT-GARDEN.—Although supplies are on the 11" crease, last week's prices have been fully maintained for til descriptions of first-class goods. Foreign imports comprise cherries, apricots, strawberries, French beans, artichokes, cauliflowers, and tomatoes. Grapes are plentiful, as are. ais c- pine-apples. Cucumbers are abundant. English peaa are now arriving in excellent condition. Flowers chiefly con- sist of deutzias, orchids, heaths, camellias, pelargoniums., azaleas, mignonette, and roses. FRUIT. B. d. 8 d. } e i1. 13 rj. Apples,p.hf-sieve 4 C to 8 0 Peaehes.per dcz. 18 0 30 0 Grapes, per lb. 5 0 10 0 0 0 9 0 Lemons,p. 100 6 0 10 0 j „ dessert 0 0 0 0 Gooseberries qt. 0 6 0 9; Pineapples,p. Id. (; 0 10 0 Nuts,cob,1001b 0 0 0 0 I Strawberries,p oz. 0 0 0 9 Filberts, pr lb. 0 0 0 0 Walnuts pr bh, 14 0 20 0 Oranges,p.100 6 0 12 0 I Chestnuts, do 8 0 JG P. VEGETABLES. S d s di pd VQ Artichokes,per doz.3 0 to 0 01 Mushrooms,perpott.S 0 5u Asparagus,per bun. 3 0 8 0,jyIustard& Cress,p.p.0 2 0 0 Beans,kidney,p.100 1 0 2 0 Onions, perbushel.t.7 0 10 0 Beet, per dozen 2 0 3 0| (, pickling, p.qt.i 0 0 0 Broccoli, p. bundle 1 0 1 6|Pars1ey, per £ sieve 2 0 3 0 Cabbages, per doz. 1 0 2 Oj Parsnips, per doz. 1 G. 2 0 Carrots, per bunch 0 4 C 8|Peas, per qfc. ,2 0 3 0 Cauliflowers,p.<loz.2 0 6 0|Potatoes,YorkEa- Celerv, per bundle 2 0 2 6 gents, per ton 80 0 9,' 0 Cucumbers, each 0 3 10 Rocks, per ton (iO 0. 70 0 Endive, per score.1 0 2 6 Flukes, per ton 105 0 125 0 Cucumbers, each 0 3 10 Rocks, per ton 60 0 70 0 Cucumbers, each 0 3 10 Rocks, per ton (iO 0. 70 0 Endive, per score.1 0 2 6 Flukes, per ton 105 0 125 0 G-arlic, per lb 0 10 0 0 Kidneys, per cwfc.8 0. 12 0 Herbs, per bunch.0 6 0 0 Radishes, p, 12 bn. 0 0 10 Horseradish, p. bn.2 G 4 0 Rhubarb, p. bundle 0 4 0 8 Leeks, per bunch.0 3 0 0 SeaKale,per punnets0 0 0 0 Lettuces, per score 1 0 1 6 Spinach, per bush. 2 0 S Mint, per bunch .0 3 0 4 Turnips, per bunch 0 9 10 London Produce Market. KINGING LANE, JUNE 19.—SUGAR.—The market jliae opened very quietly, at last week's currency. Refined: Prices are firmly maintained for both dried goods and pieces. The supply offering is limited. COFFEE.- Very small lots have been disposed ot. ebicey Plantation Ceylon bought, in at public sale at 6d decline. TEA.—The public sales of China have com aiencedte, a bo it the currency ruling at the previous auctions. RUM.—The market is firm, but quiet. RICE,—1,000 bags' of cargo Bengal sold AT;_ 12s 4 £ d to 12s 94 for common; and 200 bags of low middling white at 14s 3d. SPICES.—A small parcel of Zanzibar cloves sold at and African gingèr at 38s. SALTrETEiB.—No sales of importance reported. < COTTON continues dull of sale, the sales ail confined to small parcels. HEMP.-£33 is now the price of St. Petersburg clear,, PRICES OF BUTTER, CHEESE, HAMS, 4c,, at per ewt„ —Butter: Friesland, 106s to 108s; Jersey, 90s to 100s; Dorset, 114s to 1203. Fresh: per doz., 10s Od to lis Od; Cheese: Cheshire, 72s to84s; Double Gloucester, 74s to 78s j Cheddar, 76s to 84s; American, 66s to 74s. Katns: York, now, 90s to 100s; Cumberland, new, 90s to 100s Irish, new, 90s to 100s. Bacon: Wiltshire, 72s to 78s Irish, green, 883 to 72s. TALLOW, JUNE 19.—The market is firm; prices are- quoted as followsTown tallow, 41s 90; Petersburg Y.C. on the spot, 45s 6d; July, 40a; August to September, 47s j October to December, 483. COTTON, LIVERPOOL, Juira 19.—Tue market reiaain-s quiet. Sales about 5,000 bales. HAY MARKETS.— | Smithfleld. 1 Cumberland. | Whitecfiapel» I e. d. s. d. s. d. s. d.! s. d. s. <L Meadow Hay.. 80 0 to 110 0 80 0 to 112 0 8Q 0 to HO 0 Clover ..JlOOO 135 0 100 0 132 Q 10# 0 135 U Ptraw .J 38 0 4'4 Q| 40 0 44 <51 33 0 U 0