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I REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN* TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK. Although rather colder, the weather continuing fine through the past week, vegetation has everywhere made corresponding progress. Some complaints of the young wheat are indeed still made, but the general reports are favourable. The grass lands already have a good bite for cattle; the backward sowings of the Lent corn have sprung up, or are springing vigorously, and all that is wanted is continuance of favourable weather. The intermixture of rain with sunshine has preserved the variable character of the month hitherto, and the extra heat has com, pensated for the deflciencea of March. England, it appears, does not stand alone in this respeot; as France, Belgium, ITol-> land and Germany has participated in the geniality of the month; and with no future disaster or untoward changes. Europe aÁd the world generally has the prosttafc thft n««fi. sary supplies will no be witheM. When it is ?nt d not a single country has one year's produce in ,t ? ?""?'* t bleulng can hardly be overated; while it equally .ho. 'o'h versal (lependanee upon the versal dependanee upon the bounty of heaven Had our UOt. of prices been high, a considerable fall might have bee? ted but as they hwe for some time been below remUOe exp«:. we can note no change, except it be a somewhat UP1fa:hOQ, deney, though there have been some few exceptiona W teo. sometimes had shipments of wheat from AMtrJ ?? ? beauty and weight of the samples have placed the c the fore the growers at home; but low prices have chao OOl'te be. lative position of England and its colonial po^sessio^ wheat has this week been purchased on Australian ac. 1Il. and this has served to give increased firmness to the j ¡<:QUOI; foreign, the quality selected being red Amerieact. v" ? '"? change can be noted in foreign markets, prices eve'ry"h.r¡ Iit1l4 considered low. France has rather y!e!ded in some of her 109 try markets, but there has been no general reductio !:Oil!¡. other near countries being poorly supplied, rates h*" '? ? mnch the same. I?ke reports have come from the gr b"q ping ports of the Baltic; and though in New York ..t,bij). said still to be falling, they have not kept pace with t"?" d 8te in gold. ee

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