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HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

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It gtarhets. CORN. WREXHAIT, Thursday.—Little corn on offer. English, wheat very "slow and samples out of condition. i White wheat f new). -d to Ss M. Red dit !■< to 8s 00. Barley (jmuauig; >1 to 4s 90. Malting bartey 4d to 58 9d. Oats (new) per 50!be. is 91 to 4s 6d. CHESTER, Saturday.—There was a larze attendance at to-day's market, and fair supplies of English grain. Wheat was in good demand at last week's rates, but only a small business was done in oats. Indian corn sold freely at the quotations. New. Old. s. d. s. d. s. d. e d. Wheat, whice, per ?5Ibs. 7 6 to 7 9 0 0 to 0 0 Ditto, red „ 74 — 76 00 — 00 Barley maltg. imp bus. 6 0 C 6 0 0 0 0 IWtto, grinding, 641bs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 S vats, 461b 4-6Ibs. 2 10 3 2. 4 6 4 6 lieans, Suibs. { 8 « 5 0 » 0 0 Ditto, Egyptian, lOOlbs. 8 10 8 jo 0 0 — 0 0 Indian corn, feed." 03 (j 4- 00 0 0 CORN AVERAGES. For the week ending November 1. The following are the quantities (in quarters) sold and the prices, this year and last year QUANTITIES SOLD. PRICES This year. Last year. This year. Last year. s (I s d Wheat 39,956 59.000 5 0 4 39 0 Barley 5S.5S5 82.8S5 41 I 39 9 Oats 5 ,452 5,452 1 1.12 11 SHREWSBURY, Saturday.—This market was moder- ately well attended, and a fair quantity of wheat changed hands, at about Is. per quarter under last week's prices. Home-grown samples were more numerous than hitherto, but their condition as a rule was very inferior. Fine choice parcels, which werie. scarce, however, realized last week's full rates.—The following v.-ere the quotations:- s. a. a. d. White wheat, per 751bs 7 V to 9 3 Ked wheat, p»r 751bi 7 0 „ 8$ Barley per 7.lb- 5 fi „ 6 0 Grinding barley per 751b- 4 6 „ 5 0 Oats, per 11 score 5 lbs 16 0 23 0 B.>an>, jjer U-core 1"> lb- 2o 0 24 0 i'eas, per 11 ?core 5 lbs 0 0 „ 0 0 Malt, per imperial bushel 8 6 „ 9 0 LONDON, Monday.—The market was very firm. On higher quotations for wheat from New York, English wheat sold at full values fine dry samples rather dearer; foreign Is. higher, with a fair business done. Flour firm but not quotably dearer. Barley, maize, and peas realised full values. Beans Is. dearer on the week. Oats the turn against buyers. Seed market active £ »fc full prices. Clover seed in demand at higher rates. No English seed, it is reported, will be saved this season* Blue peas scarce and advancing in value. Canaryseed quiet but steady. Arrivals British wheat, 3169 qrs. barley, 2619 qrs. oats, 1553 qrs. maize, ] 12 qrs. flour, 15,581. Foreign wheat, 64,248 qrs. barley, 25,097 qrs.; oats, 06,003 qrs. maize, nil; flour, 5579 sacks and 364 barrels. LIVERPOOL, Tuesday.—To-day's market was not numerously attended by buyers, and for wheat there was but a limited demand, though at Friday's full prices, and in some instances at a slight advance thereon. Flour ruled generally firm in presence of a rather better inquiry. Oats were again quiet, but in other respects without alteration. Oatmeal moved slowly into con- sumption at unchanged figures. Egyptian beans and Canadian peas, in the transactions reported, realised late currencies. Malt and barley, though attracting but little attention, obtained the rates of last market day. Indian corn, notwithstanding the present small stocks and moderate American shipments, had only a restricted sale American mixed, however, closed at a slight improvement-say 5s. 9d. per cental. The following are the quotations WHEAT, per IOOlb. s. d. s. d. BARLEY- s. d. a. a English, red 11 3 12 0 Scotch & Irish 5 9 ti „ wnite 11 9 12 9 Danubiau 5 6 6 3 Irish, red C 0 0 0 OATS, per iOulb. 11 wkite 0 0 0 0, English & Scotch 6 2 9 1 U.S.Xo.l spring 0 0 0 0 Lrisb, 6 9 6 4 So. 2 10 9 11 4 2d quality 0 0 0 0 Winter red 11 5 11 8 Black <t Xawny. 6 2 6 8 white. 11 6 11 9 BiauiJ 0 0 0 (j Canadian white. 11 C 11 S Aaicrban 6 2 6 8 red, 10 3 11 5 OATjauAL.per XOeib. Dauubian 0 0 0 0 Irish, new 10 5 12 s Californian .11 4 11 8 MAIZE, per lwlb. Chilian, wnite. 11 0 11 3 American, yei.it Egyptian <> 0 9 3 Mixed 5 9} 0 0 Oregon 11 10 12 1. 5 la I'LOUU, per looibs, BEANS, per English & Irish English 8 6 9 0 superiine 19 9 20 3: bcotcU & Irish, 7 10 8 3 Extra 2J 6 210 Egyptian 7 9 7 10 French hue and Alaza^aa 0 0 0 U superfine 0 0 0 0 Behera 7 8 7 9 Spring Wheat. 21 0 22 0 PCAS, per lllulbs. Canad'n, sweet 17 6 IS 0 Eagii.ibL (I 0 0 0 Extra 18 6 19 e Canadian 7 3 7 5 Western Canal 17 6 IS 3 j LONDON, Wednesdav.-Tlie market was dull and weaker. Wheat Both English and foreign lower to sell. Flour met a slow trade, but prices unaltered. Barley and maize tended lower. Oats, beans, and pea* inactive. Arrivals British wheat, 180 qrs. barley, 1610 qrs. oats, maize, and flour nil. Foreign wheat^ 37,720 qrs.; barley, 29,260 qrs. oats, 51,020 qrs.; maize. nil flour, 5650 sacks and 200 barrels. CATTLE. LIVERPOOL, Monday.—There was a large falling off in the supply of both cattle and sheep from last week, the numbers being 2501 beasts and 8929 sheep, included in which were 59 Canadian cattle and 5Ü7 sheep. No Spanish on oifer. Prices about J" i. perlo. advance from 4 last week. A numerous attendance of buyers. Prices Best beasts, Oid. to 7jd. per lb. second best, 5d. to 6id. sheep, 7d. to 8id. scotch ditto, Sid. to id. LONDON, Monday.—Trade has somewhat improved for beef since last week; the demand, however, lay principally with the choicer breeds, ot which class there was a rather better supply, and higher prices were paid. The British supply comprised 12J0 Irish, 2250 midland and home counties no Scotch a short supply of foreign beasts. The sheep market was quiet but Íinn; best foreign decidedly dearer. Calves met a dull sale at iate rates. Small pigs in demand. Prices Beef, 4s. to 5s. Gd. mutton, 4s. to 4s. tkl. veal, 4s. Gel. to 5s. 4d. pork, 4s. to 5s. The stock on oiier consisted of ;)500 beasts, 10,990 sheep, 330 calves, and 50 pigs included in which were 140 foreign beasts, and ltil) sheep. SALFOKD, Tuesday.—The supply of all stock was much smaller than last week, and the quality was generally inferior. A brisk trade was done in choice beasts at about id. per lit. advance. Uller sorts sold 2 proportionately higher. Choice sheep were scarce, and made higher prices. Calves met a sale at a reduc- tion of about Ad. per lb. Quotations Beasts, 5^-d. to 7 £ d. sheep, Cj-d. to8jd. calves, 7d. to 3d. per lb. GENEKAL PBODUCE. LONDON Hop MARKET, Monday.—The demand con- tinues limited for all descriptions of hops, and low sorts still tend in buyers' favour. Choice kinds, however, of both new and old crop, are firmly held at fully previous values. The imports of foreign produce continue large. LONDON PROVISION MARKET, Monday.—Butter Slow trade for most descriptions of foreign Kiel and Danish dearer, 130s. to 146s. Friesiand quoted 116s. to 120s. Normandy, 108s. to 126s. Jersey, 104s. to 118s. finest American, 110s. to 120s. Bacon Large fat Irish 2s. lower trade very quiet. Hams dull and tended lowei. Little done in lard. Cheese Finest American. 64s. to 68s. LONDON POTATO MARKET, Monday.—Good supplies at market, and trade remains steady at the following quotations Kegents, 100s. to 140s. flukes, 100s. to 140s.; kidneys, 100s. to 120s.; rocks, 80s. to 90s. French 70s. to 75s. per ton foreign kidneys, 4s. to 4s. tid reds, 4s. 6d. to 6s. 3d. per bag. LONDON DEAD MEAT MARKET, -Af,)-idav. -Fair sup- plies on offer, and trade rather firmer at the following quotations :-Beef, 2s. 8d. to 4s. 8d.; prime Scotch ditto 4s. 8d. to 4s. lOd. mutton, 3s. to 5s. 4d. veal, 4s. 6d. to os. large porii, 3s. 8d. to 4s. 8d. small ditto, 4s. 8d to 5s. per 8 lbs. MISCELLANEOUS. WREXHAM.—THURSDAY. Butter p, ib. ot 16 oz.) is 2 o 4 Fowls tper coaoiej 3. <$,4 0 Vucks per couple) 4 u 6 0 Turkey cocks (each) ud (id ditto hens (each) os ou r<> 0s Od •Dressf.i 1 >:tvl HHCII 2- ) 2, 6i Potatoes (per measure) ueiv 4s (>d to 4s 6d u 7 ,10, Mutton (per ib.) s-< i<)j Lamb (per lb ) 'ol od Pork (per lb.) V) Yeal (per lb.). 7d to 9a Partridges per brace 0.1 „ P,, lId Salmon i,per lb) 0, Hanisons (per quart.) Eggs 7 to 8 for a Shilling.

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