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IREVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN…

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REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE I DURING THE PAST WEEK. The wind having become southerly this week we have had a return of damp mild weather, so vegetation as yet has had very little to endure from fro,t and though on the Black Sea as well as Baltic much ice has formed, we question whether the stoppage will be peramanent at all poits with'suuh sudden fluctu- ations. Nothing can exceed the healthy look of the early planted wheat, which in some places so covered the ground that it can scarcely be seen, and plants in such condition have become too strong to be seriously affected, even by a severe winter. It is the changes of spring and the ravages of insects which have most to be feared. The trade yet drags on heavily, but we hear of such a free use for cattle that such a necessary, and yet we cannot help saying a mal-appropriation, cannot fail greatly to diminish our reported super-abundance. But while Spring corn remains so scarce and dear, what else can be expected? Barley it seems, however, has passed its zenith, and the subsidence of the American demand must be considered a benefit to the coun- try, for growers might have appropriated more land to its growth than an average consumption would have warrauted; and should wheat be only of secondary consideration with the grow- ers, the population wouldsoon find the difference. A rise of 5s in spring would be a mere bagatelle on present rates and as noth- ing now pays importers, and importations must fall off, it is not at all Improbable we shall see it, notwithstanding the present imperturable dulness. The elections were lately blamed, but since they are over we have bread at 13d. The fact is, we have not been used to such a quality, and the double blessing to the community is lost sight of in the dissatisfaction of middle men. For mildew, rust, and the pets of a certain class, whose sympa- thy seldom exceeds the circumference of their pockets. The duluess lately noted in Franco has continued, with several mar- kets rather lower. Belgium has taken the same turn, but Hol- land, though dull, has not yeilded. Hambro', Dantzic, and several places in Germany, remained much as previously, not being so much depressed by the probable closing of the ports as expected. New York has rather given way, but exports were only moderate.

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