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CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS. BIRKENHEAD.—Agricultural Produce.-Feb. 14th. -Hay, old, 22 10s to £ 3 per ton; old clover, £3 to JS3 10s; wheat straw, 21 10s; ditto, oat, 21 10s; and manure, 2s to 4s per ton. LONDON.—Agricultural Prouce.-Feb.14th. -Good supplies, and very dull trade at the following prices —Good to prime hay, from 60s to 78s Od; inferior to fair hay, 408 to 55s; good to prime clover, 70s to 90s; Inferior tp fair ditto. 50s to 58; mixture and sainfoin, 50s to 80s: straw. 24s to ::Js per load. LIVERPOOL. Wholesale Vegetable Feb 15th.- PotatoesGiants, 28 2<1 to 2s 4d maiu crore, 2s 8d to 38 2d bruce, 28 4d to 2s 9 i per cwt. Turnips, 6d to lOd per dczen buri.-t)-s; ditto swedes, Is 4d to Is 6d tier cwt: carrots 2s 93 to 3s 6d per cwt. On- ions, E-i^lish, 6a 3d to 7s; d'tto. foreign, 48 6d to 5s 6d per ew t. LIVERPOOL -St. John's Mark-et.-February Loth Beef, 5d to 9d per lb; mutton, 6d to 9d veal. 7d to 9d; fresh pork, 6d to 8d per lb fresh butter, Is 2d to Is 4d per pound; ditto, salt. Is Od to Is 2d per Th: eggs, per 120, 8s lOd. DENBIGH, February 14th.-The supply of all classes of stock was very meagre on Tuesday. There were not any store cattle offered. Milch xows sold pretty well, at from 212 to £18 each. Biff made from old to 6d. per lb. Wethers, from 21s. to 25s. each; Welsh sheep and lambs, 26s.; and yearling sheep, from 15s. to 21s. each. SILFOBD, February 14th.-There was an Increase of 95 beasts at market, and a decrease of 155 sheep, com- pared with last week's supply. The stock at market numbered :-beasts, 2,596,; sheep, 7,184; calves, 142; and pigs, 88. The tendency of prices was against buyers, compared with last market. Quotations were as:follow :-Beef, from 5d to 6id; sheep, Sid to 81d; and calves, 4id to 8d per lb. Pigs, 7s 6d to 8s per 20 lbs. WREXHAM, February 13th. There was a larger supply of stock at the cattle market on Monday than last week, and the clearance was a good one, at satis. factory prices. Beef realised from 5d. to 6id. per lb.; mutton, 7d. to 8d.; and veal, 7id. to 8d. Dairy cows made up to 221 each, and rearing calves up to 52s. each. The demand for sheep was steady, while pigs sold very well. BIRMINGHAM, February 16th.—Fair supplies, and fair trade. Beef, from 4^4 to 6ld; for best Hereford- shire mutton, 6c1 to Sid; and veal, od tc 7|d per lb. Bacon pigs, from 7s 9d to 81j per 20 Ibs; porkets, 9s to lOa; and sows, 5s 9d to 6s per 20 lbs. LONDON, February 16th.-A moderate number of beasts on offer, consisting chiefly of fat bulls and rough cattle, for which trade ruled quite, but steady. Sheep in fair sap Fly, and trade was steady at late rates: 71st to 8st Down wethers quoted at 5s 6d to 5s 8d; 9st, 5s 4d: lOst half-breds, 5s to 5s 2d; list Hampshlres, 4s 10a to 5s; 12st Lincoltm, 4s 8d to 4s lOd per 8 lbs, sinking the offal. DUBLIN, February 16th.—Prime heifer and ox beef, from 54i1 to' 56s: secondary, 46s to 52s per cwt, Prime wether mutton, from 6id to 7d; ewe, 5d to 6d veal, 71<1 Hd to 8vjd; inferior, 4d to 6%d per lb. Lambs, 30s to 35s. each.




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