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————————————————————— nbon anb Coimtrp jMarhttg. 11 The Money Market. CITY, Nov. sG.—The demand fer diecctlnt at the Bank of England continues to be upon a modcfate scale. In the open market there is a good supply ct money, and the rates for short dated first-class i a J- 1 J! £ easier at 2f. Upon the Stock ExchaDsre short loans are negotiated at li to 2 per cent. In the iinglMli stoek i Consols are now at 93¡ exactly for both money and the account; New and Eednced Three per Cents. are at 92 to 9; June Exchequer Bills are at 4s to 9s prem.; and the March issue steady at par to 5s prem. j Bank Stock ft firm at'-237 to 2SS.. In the railway share market, Metropolitan are at to 83; North Western, 118t to 1191Great. Westara, &* £ to 55f; to 118; South W estor-, 89 j to 901 Great -eastern, 36 to 36t;' London and Brifrhtoif, 43.1 to 44J; South Eastern, 76i to- 76J; CsJedohtaa, 79| to 60 London, Chatham, and Dover, 16 to and Great Northern A Stock, 107 to 108. The Corn Trade, MARK-L ANK, Nov 15.—The receipts ci wibeatfroaa Stsex and iient were limited. There was a thin attendance of millers, and no disposition was shown to p-amlii--e fireely. Had sales been forced lower ratesarost hai&enatied. With, foreign wheai the market was well supplied. Only a moderate business was transacted, and "prices were barely josaiA tained. The supply of barley was moderate. The finest matting- produce was in request at fall quotations, bet-grinding and distilling sorts sold slowly. Malt was dull at late mtes, The show of oats was good. The trede presented a firmer appearance,' and late rates were well maintained. Fer tieans the inquiry was limited, at about preyjoxratTTnOtatioxift. teas were dull on former terms. For flour the xiaarket haB teen quiet, at about last Monday's prices. Tie dtmand for maize has been quiet, at late rates. CUSKSNT PRICES OF BRITISH GRAIN AND FLOUR IN MARK LANE. Shillings per Quarter. WHEAT, Essex and Kent, white. old 48 52 Bew 41 to „ red. old 47 48 new 40 45 Norfolk, tiaoolnsh., and Yorksh. old47 SO new 40 45 BASLJSY i 30 to 34 Chevalier.' new 38 43 Grinding 28 30 Distilling ,34 36 MALT (nommal). Essex, Norfolk, and Suilolk <&. 73 Kingston, Ware, and town-iaade 64 73 Brown. 49 57 RYE 31 32 OATS, English, feed 19 to'23.Potato 24 28 Scotch, feed 00 00 Potato 00 00 Irish, ieed, white 10 ■. 20.Fine. 20 22 'Ditto, black IS 19 Potato 26 26; BEAKS, Mazagan'83 40. Tiekjs 38 40 H&it v .42 44. Pigeon 43 43 PEAS V. I rs 40 41 Maple 44to 45; (*rey: new 39 41 FX/OU of 23GIbs., Town, Households 37 43 CouV— « ire 31 to 33 r M 33 Norfolk ana auft'olk, on shore 30 31 -¡ FOREIGN GRAIN. '7t SMIlings peH^dartcr. WHEAT, Dantzie, mixed £ 7 to 49 extra 5tto53 Ktuissoerg 47 48 extra..«„.4tf 4t» 46 48 tine .49 59 „ r d 43 44 white.45 47 F-^ifr Me-kberg., amd Uckermrk. red 44 47 R,lSSiJD hard, 41 to 42. 6t. Petersburg and Riga 42 4-1, Dlmsb. mi. Holstein, red 45 46 American43 46 Chilian, white 51 Califomian 53 Australian 51 52 BARLHY, grinding 24 to 26.distillineand malting 30 32 OATS. Dutch, orewing and Polands 21 to 36 k6 21 nu ,7c!d]-,h, feed 19 to 22. gtralsHnd. 10 22 m, 1 T t'<a2uto 22, Aroh.20tc23, P'sbg.-21 24 TlRi> c i p small 40 42 terire — — BEANS, 5riesland and Holstein. 4fi 42 c& 38 to 42I,,EgyptiiHi. 38 40 PE Ss 1.1 nidple .38 41.fineboilers. 40 43 v>i+e US' 30.yellow 28 29 F- u I" PrrA' Si: •S6:8pani«>.>»:ijji 6» 00 American, per carrel.21 23,extra &oQ.h. a4 25

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