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CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.

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CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS. BIRMINGHAM, February 23.-Fair supply of cattle and sheep, with trade low; and a moderate supply of pigs. Quotations:—Beef, 4d to Bid per pound; mutton, 6d to Sid per lb. Bacon pigs, 8s 6d to Os Od per score porkers, 8s 6d to 9s Od and sows, 5s 9d to 4fa, per score. DUBLIN, Feb. 18.-Prime heifer and ox beef, 54s Od to 57s 6d; ditto, second, 47s 6d to 52s 6d per cwt; inferior, 42s 6d to 46a 8d per cwt; prime wether mut- ton, Ed to nd per lb; ewe, 6d to 7d; choice veal, d to 9d per pound. SALFORD, February 23.—The supply of cattle was smaller. There was a fair demand, and last week's full prices were maintained. About the same number of sheep were brought to market as last Tuesday. There was a brisk demand, and better prices were obtained. A few choice lightweight hOiloi made up to 9d, the general top quotation being 8fd. per lb. The supply of calves was about the same as last market day. Trade generally ruled about the same, but for a few of the best rather more money was obtained. Quotations: Cattle, 5d to 6M per Ib; sheep, 6d. to 9d. per lb. calves, o^d to 7(1 per lb. HULL, February 23.—To-day a better show of horned atook, and rather more business done at fully late prices. Milk cows sold at Si4 to zEl7, in calves JE12 to £15, and grazing steers and heifers £8 to X12 per head. A large show of sheep, and made better trade at fully last week's prices, making 40s, to 43s. each. No pigs at market, LONDON, February IS.-The cattle trade has been quiet. The supply of beasts was short, and consisted entirely of fat bulls and rough cows, which met with a f&irly steady trade at former prices. There was a fair supply of sheep, with a few Iambs, on offer, the latter selling readily. Sheep met a slow, but steady sale. Calves sold slowly at late prices. Pigs dull; top, 3s 6d per Sib. Quotations as follows :-Beef-choice, 2s 4d to to 3a Od per 8 Ib secondary, 3a 2d to 5s 8d; prime large oxen, 4s 2d to 4s lOd ditto Scots, &c,, 4s 2d to 4a 4ri coarse and inferior sheep, 3s 6d to 4s Od second qualify ditto, 4s. 6d to 5s Od. Supply :-English- Beast,?, 100; sheep, 1,120; calves, 40; pigs, 40; and milch cows, 5. BIRKENHEAD.-Agricultnral Produce-February 23, —Hay, old, £ 3 10s to k4 Os Od per ton ditto, clover, M as to R4 10s Od; straw oat, JE3 Os Od to £ 3 5s turnip, 18s to 20s per ton. LONDON.—Hay and Straw. February 16,-Fair supplies, and trade dull at the following prices:— Good to prime hay, 60s to 88s Od; inferior to fair, 408 to 55s; good to prime clover, 70s to 96s Od; inferior to fair ditto, 45s to 65s.; mixture and sainfoin, 50s Od to 85ti Od.; straw, 208 to 39s per load. LIVERPOOL-St. John's MarketFebruary 22.-Beef, ftd te 7d per lb; mutton, 6d to 9d; veal,7d to 9d.; j fresh butter, la 3d to Is 4d per pound; salt, 12d to 14d per Th. eggs, 9a Od per 120; potatoes, 8d to lOd get feck.

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