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IRON. BARROW-IN-FURNESS, Monday.-No change for the better can be noted in the condition of the iron trade of this district. Oue or two fair contracts for the supply of forge iron in hand, but the general request for this class 01 iron is much below the average. In the steel trade the works are, comparatively speaking, fairly employed, but the prospects for the winter are not encouraging. On this morning rue attendance of gentlemen interested in the iron trade was moderate, and the transactions did not represent any great amount of busi- ness. The iron trade was again reported—No. 1 Bessemer is quoted at 77s Gd, and No. 3 forge atf.Js (ill; iron ore at 14s. MIDDLESBOROUOII, Tuesday.—The irull market to-dtv was not largely attended, and business taken on the whole was dull, though forge qualities of pig iron were much inquired for, and as they were scarce higher prices were paid. No. 4 being not le s ,i-.in 49s 6d cash for immediate delivery. The "bears" 1I::ve been successful In beating down the quotations fcr foundry iron. No. 3 was to-day sold at 51s 6d cash. Merchants in i-not cases were offering Is less than this, but makers would not do business at that figure. Finished iron was not much wanted, and altogether little business was transacted. The gen-rul opinion now is that trade will be ex- tremely dull throughout the winter, anduo improvement.need be looked for till the spring shipments-commence. Tlie ship- yards and foundries are very badly supplied with work. WOLVERHAMPTON, ■Wednesday.—Quotations strong all round, with a tendeney to further strength. Consumers of pigs are accumulating heavy stocks. and there are large ar. rivals from other districts. The mills and forges are doing more this week than for some time past, but ihe orders are not great. Colliery operations are being impeded by the rain occasioning a flood, which is. drowning out some of the pits, alia sending tho to the surface Certain ironworks are similarly affected this afternoon. The fii-el in the mills on the Stour were put out by the overflowing of that river.

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