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LIVERPOOL COKN.—TUESDAY.

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LIVERPOOL COKN.—TUESDAY. Good attendance. Improve ) consumptive demand for Wheat; business large, at THREEPENCE PER CENTAL OVER last Friday's rates. F our in better reouest, at SIXPENCE to ONE SHILLING PER SACK ADVANCE. Maize 6d. dearer, and moves more freely. Round Yellow, 29s. 6d. Other articles steady, but slow. LONDON, MONDAY.- Last week's arrivals of foreign Wheat and Oats were verv heavy, and generally good of other corn. Exports, 880 qrs. Wheat, 23 qrs. Maize, 19 cwt. Flour. English Wheat 4,C89 qrs., foreign 51,541 qrs. There were but few fresh samples this morning on the Essex and Kentish stands, and the condition wes genernlly bad. The trade was therefore ull, but prices wer- nominHlly the same. There was a better tone in the foreign mr..iCt. Ami rican improved Is. per qr.. and Russian was ag.iin-t buyers. Country Flour 22,992 1 acks, foreign 1,957 s icks 8,273 b irre's. With very little passing there was no farther re-'urti m in Norfolks or other country qu-tlities. Foreign, b ith in sacks and barrels, were held at the previous value-. Town qualittt's were unaltered. Maize 5,770 qrs. This gr in wa, steady with prices much as previously. British Barley 5,077 q:'S., foreign 12,153 (Irs. The finest picked parcels were una terpd in value; lnwfr qualities remained dull. In grir;ding fnreiga there was no change. In Malt the trade remained heavy a, f rmer rates. English Oats 470 qrs., foreign 100,922. The immense supply brought fresh corn down 61., and stale Is. per qr. Native Bsils 811 q-s.. foreign 4,234 qrs. Business was du 1, but prices nnva id. Engli h Pr-as 8:'4 qrs., foreign 3,993 qrs. The demand was s ow. at former rates.

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