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CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS. BIBKKNHEAD.—Agricultural Produce.-March 7th. -(la,. old, £2 10s to £ 3 per ton; old clover, S3 to £3 15s; wheat straw, 21 5s to 21 10s; ditto, oat, £1 to 21 5s; turnips, 91 5s; and manure, from 2 to 4s per ton. LONDON. Agricultural Produce. March 7th. — Moderate supplies, and trade quiet at the following prices: — Good to prime hay, t'rom 60s to 82s 6d; inferior to fair hay, 40s to 55a; good to prime clover, 70s to 90s; inferior to fair ditto, 50s to 68s; mixture and sainfoin, 50s to 80s; straw, 24a to 33s per load. LIVERPOOL. Wholesale Vegetable. March 8th.— Potatoes:—Giants, 2s 2d to 2s 4d main crops, 2s 9d to 3s 3d bruce, 2s 4d to 2s 9d champions, 2s 4d to 2s 6d per cwt. Turnips, 8d to Is per dozen bunches; ditto swedes, Is 4d to Is 6d per cwt; carrots, 2s 9d to 3s 6d per cwt. Onions, English, 6a 3d to 7s; ditto, foreign, 4s to 5s per cwt. LIVERPOOL. St. John's Market. March 8th.— Beef, 5d to 9d per lb; mutton, 6d to 9d veal. 7d to 9d; lamb, fore quarter, 17s to 20s; ditto, hind quar ter, 13s to 17s; fresh pork, 6d to 8d per lb; tresh butter, Is 2d to Is 4d per pound; ditto, salt, Is Od to Is 2d per lb; eggs, per 120, 7s 4d. WREXHAM, March 6th.-There was aga'n a large supply of stock at the cattle market, and the clearance was all that could be desired. There were a nice number of dairy cows stalled, and these realised from 15p. to 20p. each. Beef was in good demand, and fetched from 5Jd. to (iji. per lb. Mutton made from fijd. to 71d. per lb.; and veal, 6d. to 7Jd. The supply ot calves was very large, and these met a fairly good trade. Rearing calves ran up to 52s. apiece. Pigs made from 81 to 8s. 6d. per score lbs. Stirks and barrens changed hands at from 29 to 212 each, and bulls from 210 to £ 16 each. The market was, on the whole, a steady one. SALFOBD, March 7th.-There w-9 a decrease of 350 id the number o beasts compired with last week. but an increase of 2,423 in the supply of sheep. The stock num bered -beasts, 2,602; sheep, 9,104 calves, 237; I and pigs, 75. Prices: —Beef, from 5d to 6id; sheep, 61 to Sid; and calves, 5d to Sid per lb. Pigs. 7s 61 to 8s per 20 lbs. A steady market was experieoc d all round; and in some directions, trade was rather brikjr than last week. BIRMINGHAM, March 9th.-Trale was quiet, and supplies fair. Best Herefordshire beef, from 6id to 6id; other qualities, 4d to 6d: mutton, 5d to 8id lamb, on to lOd veal, 7!d to 91¡d per lb. Bacon pigs, from 7s 6d to 7b 9d per 20 lbs; porkets, 9s 6d sows, gs to 6s 6d per 20 lbs. LONDON. Much 9th.-There was a moderate supply, Qonsiatici t fat bulls and rough cattle, which met a quiet de Sheep in moderate supply, and the demand ru .10w at about late rates; ewes. also, sold slowly at ea rates: 7ist to 8st Down wethers, 5s 6d to 5s 8d; q'i r, ditto, 5s 6d; 10st half.breds. 5s 2d to 5s 4d; 12st Hampshires, 4s lOd to 5s per 8 lbs. Lamb trade steady. Calf trade quiet. DUBLIN, March 9th.—Prime heifer and ox beef, 54s to 56a: tip top quality, 56s to 57s; secondary, 47s 6d to 521 6d'per owt. Prime wether mutton, 61d to 7d; ewe, 5id to 6Jd; coarse sheep, 5d to rid; veal, choice, 74d to W; Inferior ditto, 4id to 6id per lJ), Hoggets, to 45* i lambs, 20a to 38a each.




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