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is not to be looked for, unless we have damage to | BEANS, Friesland and Holstein

34 88 our own crop, which appears to have borne the Konigsberg ..............35 to 39 .. Egyptian.... 30 32 cold and wet better than was expected. The im- PEAS, feeding ..............36 38 .. fine boilers.. 40

35 yellow 34 86 ports for four weeks into London have been 1,173 INDIAN CORN, white ......34

FLOUR, per sack..French, none .. Spanish, per sack 48 qrs. English, 11,565 qrs. foreign, against 667 qrs.

American, per brl..... 24 to 27... .extra and dble. 28 30 English, 11,780 qrs. foreign, in 1861. White peas for feeding rose 1s. to 2s. per qr. at

IMPERIAL AVERAGES. the end of June, after our report was in print; and

FOR THE LAST Six Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rye. Beans. Peas.
WEEKS:

8. d. s. d. 8. d. 8. d. s. d. they have sustained this advance all through the June 14, 1862.... 53 9

9 40 1 37 9 month, but the demand has rather lessened in con- June 21, 1862.... 54

32 10 23 5 36 139 11 37 10

June 28, 1862.... 55 4 32 9 22 11 36 840 0 39 2 sequence. New white peas of fair quality have July

5, 1862....

24 2 37 140 7 42 1 been harvested, but the price has not been settled. July 12, 1862.... 57 0 31 24 1 36 940 2 38 9

July 19, 1862.... 56 11

6 As to maples and duns, they have long ceased ap

2 42 1

Aggregate Average 55 7 32 4 23 11 36 540 4 39 7 pearing in quantity, and so the few parcels, espe- Same time last year 519 81 9 25 5 36

5 39 7 cially of maples, have reached to fancy prices, which

COMPARATIVE AVERAGES-1862-61. are not reliable; white feeding sorts are worth 38s.

From last Friday's Gas. s. d. , From Gazette of 1861. s. d. to 39s., foreign boilers about 42s. The imports Wheat ...... 50591 grs. 56 1! Wheat 56401 qrs. 507 for four weeks into London have been 201

Barley
806 31 6 Barley

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2896
Oats

25 9 qrs. English, 2,396 qrs. foreign, most of them Rye ........ 47 37 11 Rye

38 3 being white from Canada. Last season at the same Beans

1800 41 2 Beans
96 ..
Peas

37 10 time the imports were 67 grs. English and 16,093 qrs. foreign; and these latter lost a good deal of FLUCTUATIONS IN THE AVERAGE PRICE OF WHEAT. money, which may account for the present reduced

PRICE. June 14. June 21. June 28. July 5. July 12. July 19. quantity

57s. Od.

56s. lld. The arrivals of Linse ed have still been on so 56s. 7d. moderate a scale, in consequence of failures in the

558. 4d.

54s. ld. crop abroad, that prices continued advancing till 538. 9d. they have gained 38. to 48. on last month. Cake has not equally improved, feeding stuff being an Account shewing the quantities of Corn, Grain, Meal,

MONTHLY RETURN. abundant.

and Flour imported into the United Kingdom, and admitted While the weather was rainy and cold, all seeds to Home Consumption, in the month of June, 1862. were looking up, and red cloverseed has maintained

Importod

Imported the advance made over the season's price; but with Species of

Corn, Grain, from foreign

from British finer weather there has been less disposition to get

Meal, and Flour.

Total.
Possessions
Countries.

out of Europe in stock. New trefoil has appeared ; it was brigbt,

Qrs. Bush. Qrs. Bush, Qrs. Bush, but not heavy, seed. The new rapeseed varies, and Wheat

485117

496892 534806 7 Barley 118601

118601 seems likely to rule high for good qualities.

Oats

188811

2285 3 191097 1 CURRENCY PER IMPERIAL MEASURE.

Rye..................

16 3

16 3 Peas ............

5778 6 40326 98114 Shillings per Quarter. Beans... 46403 3

46403 3 WHEAT, Essex and Kent, white....

.............. 54 to 61 Maizeor Indian Corn. 187-39 1 4900 0 192739 1 red..... 59 Buck Wheat..

406 0

406 0 Norfolk, Lincoln, and Yorkshire, red............ 53 58

Bere or Bigg BARLEY, new, malting....30 to 32...... Chevalier.. 33 38

Total of Corn and Grain 1032974 4 60907 3 1093881 7 Grinding

30...... Distilling.. 31 34 MALT, Essex, Norfolk, and Suffolk ............new 62 67

cwts.qr.lb. cwts.qr. bl. cwts.qr.lb. Kingston, Ware, and town-made

62 67 Wheat Menland Flour 345880 3 1 103033 3 19 448914 ? 20 Brown

50 57

Barley Meal...........
RYE, new ......

31 34
Oat Meal

3 1 13 1238 0 0 1241 1 13 OATS, English, feed 21 to 27 ...Potato.....

24

Rye Meal 29

Pea Meal Scotch, feed ....22 27 ...Potato.............. 24 29

Bean Meal..
Irish, feed, white 18
.................... fine 23

Indian Meal....
224 3 0

224 3 0 Ditto, black..... 18 22

23 25 Buck Wheat Meal BEANS, Mazagan ..new 35 to 37......Ticks........ 34 37 Harrow......... 35 39...... Pigeon

38 45

Total of Mealand Flour 346108 3 14104271 3 19 450380 3 5 PEAS, white, boilers , 39 41 Maple 39 to 41 Grey 35 36

PRICES OF SEEDS. FLOUR, per sack of 280 lbs., Town, Households...... 45 51

BRITISH SEEDS. Country........ 37 to 40........ Households, new 42 44

MUSTARD, per bush., white..

6s.6d, to 98. 6d. Norfolk and Suffolk, ex-ship...

39 CORIANDER, per cwt. .................. 149. 168 FOREIGN GRAIN.

CANARY, per qr.

Shillings per Quarter. TARES, winter, new, per bushel
WHEAT, Dantzic, mixed ........55 to 59......extra 59 to 63 TREFOIL
Konigsberg

..53

62 LINSEED, per qr., sowing --3. to 745. ..crushing 588.

LINSEED CAKES, per ton ..............£9 10s. to £10 10s. Rostock.... ....54 57........fine 58 RAPESEED, per qr..........

728. to 758. American, red..

56......white 57 61
RAPE CAKE, per ton ......

..£5 10s. to £6 Os. Silesian. red....

56 57

FOREIGN SEEDS.
Pomera., Meckberg., and Uckermrk, red

......... 53
CLOVERSEED, red, 40s. to 50s., white

459. to 70s Danish and Holstein, red..

52 55 HEMPSEED, small, -s. per qr., Dutch..........-S. 458. Russian, hard 44 to 49.... St. Petersburg and Riga 47 53 CORIANDER, per cwt.

................ 169.

52 French, none............Rhine and Belgium

CARRAWAY

TREFOIL BARLEY, grinding ......23 to 29........Distilling.. 31 34

LINSEED, per qr., Baltic 588. to 60s. ... Bombay 688. OATS, Dutch, brew, and Polands .. 20 to 27....feed.. 17

LINSEED CAKE, per ton..... Danish and Swedish, feed..22 to 27.... Stralsund.. 21

....... £9 10s. to £11 Os. 27 RAPESEED, Dutch.........

-s.to-. Russian, Riga 22 to 24, Archangel 248., P'sburg 24 27 RAPE CAKE, per ton ......

£6 Os. to £6 0s.

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HOP MARKET.

CHICORY. BOROUGH, MONDAY, July 28.—The reports from the LONDON, SATURDAY, July 26.-There is a fair average busi. plantations are on the whole favourable, although here and ness doing both in English and foreign chicory, at full quotathere lice and mould may be found, though not in sufficient

tions. The supplies are seasonably extensive.

ENGLISH, per ton 421 0 to £220 ANTWERP ... $20 10 to £21 20 quantity to endanger the growth. The market is very firm, HARLINGEN 20 10 215 DACKUM ..... and any samples of the last growth offered met with a ready BRUGES

20 0 210 GUERNSEY.... 0 0 0 0 HAMBURG ...... 20 10 210 | BELGIUM

20

20 10 sale. The demand for olds is steady, at full values.

BREAD.
POTATO MARKETS.

LONDON, FRIDAY, July 25,–The PRIOR8 in the MBTRO-
BOROUGH AND SPITALFIELDS.

POLIS are, for

WHEATEN BREAD, por 4lbs. Loaf.. 8d. to 8 d. LONDON, MONDAY, July 28.– The supplies of home-grown UOUSEHOLD BREAD

6d. to 7d. Potatoes are seasonably good, but the arrivals from foreigo parts have now ceased. The trade generally rules inactive on

HAY MARKETS. easier terms.

LONDON, SATURDAY, July 26.-SMITHFIELD.-Trade firm. Regents.... 90.. to 120s. per ton.

CUMBERLAND.--A teady demaod. Shaws

WHITECHAPEL.-Trade steady. 80s. to 95s.

SMITH FIBLD. CUMBERLAND. WHITECHAPEL. COUNTRY POTATO MARKETS. DONCASTER

OLD MEADOW HAY 40s. to 105.. 40s. to 105.. 403. to 1058.
NEW DITTO
368. 80s.

Sts.

80s. (Saturday last): We were largely supplied with new potatoes, OLD CLOVER

70%. 1 208.

708. 12 .. which were in good request at the following prices : Wholesale

NEW DITTO
708. 100s. 70a.

1006. 706.
STRAW

36. 42..

366.

428. 368. 12s. kidneyı 48. to 5s., round 50, per bamper of 5 pecks; retail,

At per load of 36 Trusses. 4d. to 5d. per 5lbs. ; round kidneys 8s. 64. to 10s., retail ls. per peck. LEEDS, (Saturday last.) - The market was well

HIDE AND SKIN MARKETS. supplied with potatoes, which met with a heavy sale. Kid.

LONDON, SATURDAY, July 26.

.. d. neys, 10d to ls. per 21 lbs.; retail, 5lbs. for 3d. ; round, MARKET HIDES:

HORSE HIDES,each8 0 to 10 0 7d. to 8d. per 201bs.; retail, 5lbs. for 24d. MANCHESTER,

56 to 64 lbs..... ...0 24 to 0 3 CALP SKINS, light 2 0 30 64 to 72 lbs.........0 3 0 31 Do full......

5 6 0 0 (Saturday last.)- Potatoes 10s. to 163. per 250lbs. YORK, 72 to 80 lbs.........0 31 031 Polled Sheep ........ OO (Saturday last.)-Of potatoes of all sorts we have to report a

80 to 88 lbs.........0 39

Half-breds ..........00 0 0 88 to 96 lbs.........0 4 0 45 Downs...............00

0 0 rather limited supply. Round ones were disposed of at 9d. 96 to 104 lbs.........00 0 0 Shearlings ...........

2 6 2 10 per score of 21lbs , and 10d. per peck retail; and asbtop 204 to 11 21hs.........00 0 0

Lambs.....

2 8 4 3 kidneys ls. per score lbs., and retail ls. per peck.

WOOL MARKETS. PRICES OF BUTTER, CHEESE, HAMS, &c.

ENGLISH WOOL MARKET. BUTTER, per ewt.$. CHEESE, per cwt.

CITY, MONDAY, July 28.-Notwithstanding that the supPriesland .......**** 96 to 98 Chesbire.

........ 56 to 75

ply on offer has increased, and that nearly 100,000 bales of Jersey .................

94 Double Gloucester...... 58 Dorset................

colonial Wool will be offered at the next public sales, 108 Cheddar...........

76 Carlow.............. 98 American................. 40

Euglish qualities, especially deep-grown, are in fair request Waterford............... 92

99 HAMS: York................ 84 94 Cork 90

at full qotations. The transactions in the provincial dis98 Cumberland. Limerick ............... 84

........... 82

78 tricts have certainly increased of late ; nevertheless, the stocks Sligo ...... 92 BACON: Wiltshire, dried. 74 82

in the hands of the manufacturers are limited for tbe time of PRESA, per doz.lls.od. to 148.0d. Irish, green ..........

68

year. ENGLISH BUTTER MARKET.

Per sack of 240 lbs.

Fleeces-Southdown Hogs ...........£16 10 to £17 10 LONDON, MONDAY, July 28.-We note a quiet and Do. Half-bred Hogs

............ 18 0

18 10 steady trade, with hardly any variation in prices.

Do. Kent..

18 0 Dorset, fine 106s. to 108s. per cwt. Do. Southdown Ewes & Wethers 16 10 17 10

16 10 Middling

Leicester do.

17 nominal. Devon

Sorts—Clothing,picklock.. 983. to 100s.

19

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Do. Prime and picklock........... 17 10 18 0 llo. to 148. per doz. Ibs. Do. Choice..........

16 10 17 0 Do. Super

15 0 16 0 GLOUCESTER.- About 100 tons were pitched, and found Do. Combing-Wethermatching.. 19 0 19 10 buyers at the following rates : Best singles 45s, to 49s., second Do. Picklock

17 0 17 10 do. 363. to 428., akims 18s. to 24s. One lot of best singles

Do. Common

15 0 0 0 was sold for 506.

Do. Hog-matching ................ 190

19 10 Do. Picklock matching

17 0 17 10 GLASGOW CHEESE MARKET. - There was rather a Do. Super do......

16 0 short supply of cheese, which was sold well out at improving BRADFORD WOOL MARKET, (Thursday. last.) — prices. About 12 tons passed the weigh-house scales. Dun- Prices obtainable in this market continue disproportionately Inp, old 470. to 548., new 40s. to 448.; Cheddar-made 53s, to low to those necessarily paid in the country, and cousequently 581., skim milk 178. to 198.

some staplers, knowing that the new clip is pretty well out of

farmers' hands, are disposed to hold their stocks rather than COVENT GARDEN MARKET.

part with them at present rates. The increased cheapness of FRUIT.

money also, as indicated by the reduction in the bank rate, 8. d.

..d. 1.d. will tend to establish tbat disposition. Both down wools and Pineapples, per lb... 10s0 8 Currants, red,persieve 5 Oto 6 Grapes, per Ib. ....... 80 Black do., do....... 60

half-breds are more easy to sell, and at the same time unmis

70 Strawberries, per lb... 60 10 Gooseberries, per quart 4 08 takeably stiffer in price, while, on the other hand, all deepGreen Piga, per doz... 12 0 0 Apples, per doz.......

1 0 3 0 Peaches, per doz..... 120 30 6 Oranges, per 100.

grown sorts meet a slow inquiry, and. if anything, a drooping

50 120 Nectarines, per doz... 10 0 18 0 Lemons, per 100

tendency in price. With the unusually large consumption Apricrta(Prench)p.dor ? O 4 0 Walnuts, per 100 20 0 0

going on, the quantity of wool of all descriptions changing Melons, each

4 0 60 Cherries, per lb....... 1 0 2 0
VEGETABLES.

hands is necessarily considerable.-Bradford Observer.
8.d. S. d.

.. d 3. d. DONCASTER WOOL MARKET, (Saturday last.)-We Brocoli, per bundle.... 0 0 0 0 Celery, per bundle .... 2 0

had the least supply this season : the bulk of the clip bas already Ireneb besna,per 100.. 1 0 20 Onions, pickling, 4-jeve 0 0 0 0 Green Peas, per sieve. 2 6

Asparagus, per bundle. 2 0 4 0 passed from the farmer and dealer. Prices, if anything, are Cabbages, per bundle.. i 3 16 Seakale, per punnet ...0 0 0 0 higher, and all good clips in great request. Lincolnshire par Potatoes, York Regents,

Shallots.per lb..... 0 10 per ton ........110 0 1600 Garlie, per lb. ........ 06 08 cels, one-third hop, 458. to 46a., including draft allowance of „ Plukes, do.......200 0840 0 Lettuces, each ........02 03

flb, to the tod. Rocks, do. ......140 0 1300 Endive, per score .....16

0 0 » Cips, do.... .80 0 90 0 Horseradish, perbundle 1 6

FORT-WILLIAM WOOL MARKET.-On the whole bew, per lb.......02 0 0 Mushrooms,per pottle. 1 6

there was a from last year's prices of 20. 63. to 4s. 60. Tornips, per bunch...

0 10

13 Parsley, perl2bunches 3 0 Carrois, do.. 1 3 16 Herbs, per bunch

.....02

Prices may be quoted as follows: Cheviot white 328. to 37s., Spinach, per sieve ....10 16 Radishes,turnp,perdor. 0 0 0 0 washed laid 20s. to 249. 6d., unwashed about 18:, blackfaced Cucumbers, such 10 1 6 Lettuce,cab., per score 0 0 0 0 Articbokes, each 06 Cauliflowers, each ..... 0 0

white},188. to 233., laid Highland 10s. 60. to 149. 6d. per Bost, per dorp ..... 16 0 0 yegetableMerrovs, each 0 4 stone,

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GLASGOW, (Saturday last.)-- In this market during the LIVERPOOL WOOL MARKET.-JULY 26. past week wools continue in good demand, and prices are

s.d. steady, and tending upwards. For black-faced laid the jo- Laid Highland Wool per 241bs..... 15 Oto 16 0 quiry is still considerable, and several large lots have changed

White Highland do ...............

18 0 19

Laid Crossed do., unwashed hands at full rates. Blackfaced white is in the meantime

18 0 19 0 Do.

do.. washed 19 0 21 somewhat neglected. Cheviots are more wanted, particularly

Laid Cheviot do..unwashed.... 19 0 22 0 laid, and some good clips have been disposed of during the

Do. do..Washed ...... 22 0 26 0 week. Crosses are quiet, except cross-bred washed white White Cheviot do..washed...... 84 0 40 0 hoggs, which command extreme rates, and are wanted.-F.H. McLeod.

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL WOOL MARKETS.

Per lb. ILMINSTER WOOL FAIR.-The 25th annual wool fair

German, Ist and and Elect............ 8 21 to 4 6 was beld in the George Hotel Assembly Room on Wednesday Saxon,

Prima

2 23 30 last. The proceedings commenced, as usnal, with an excel- and Secunda .................... 1 104

2 6 lent dinner. The chair was filled by Mr. J. W. Paull, of Prussian. Tertia ..

162 1 10

COLONIAL:-SYDNEY-Lambs Ilminater. The following sales were effected: Mr. Coleman

............... 0 0 0 0

Scoured do.................. 1 8 2 5 sold his lot of 540 fleeces, cross-bred, to Mr. Brown at 174d.;

Unwashed ..................0 9

1 2 Mr. Tapp sold his wool, 100 fleeces and 60 lambs, cross-bred,

Locks and Pieces............ 0 11

8 to Mr. Hine at 174d. ; Mr. Cannicott sold bis wool at 1710.;

Slipe and Skin

13 18 and Mr. Bond sold his lot, 860 fleeces and 300 lambs, PORT PHiLip-Lambs...............00

0 0 at 17d.

Scoured do................... 1 10 29

Unwashed .................. 0 10 1 3 LEWES WOOL FAIR.—This annual wool fair was held

Locks and Pieces............10 on Monday last, at the White Hart Hotel. The chair was S. AUSTRALIAN-Lambs............... 0 0

0 0 taken by Viscount Pevensey, M.P. At the commencement

Scoured do. ..................! 4

1 10 of the business proceedings the buyers positively refused to

Unwashed.. ................08

1 2 accept the wool at the prices asked, and consequently the

Locks and Pieces............ 0 10

1 2 business was very slow. Ultimately, however, a compromise

V.D. LAND-Lambs

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Unwashed

.............. 0 9 ranged from 18d. to 20d. for ewes, tegs, and other sorts; 18d.

Locks and Pieces............ 0 11 16 was freely offered by the buyers, but in some instances à con

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE-Fleeces........13 1 10 siderable advance upon this figure was made before the close.

Lambs ...................... 0 0 0 Mr. John Saxby sold about 750 ewes and 250 tegs at 18d., to

Scoured .................... 0 0

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08 Mr. Breach. Mr. E. Saxby sold 420 ewes and 230 tegs to

10 Mr. Breach for 18d. Mr. Nye sold 423 fleeces of the Rev. J.

BRESLAU WOOL REPORT, July 24.—During the last Harrison's, and 343 (18

fatting sheep, and tega in proportion) of three weeks we had some more activity in our trade, and sales his own at 18d. Mr. Thomsett sold the Piddinghoe wool amounted to nearly 2,000 cwts. This quantity chiefly conabout 1,600 fleeces, at 18d., to Mr. Legg. Mr. Colgate sold sisted of fine Polish fleeces at from 78 to 80 thalers, as well the Hon. H. Brand's wool-1,600 fleeces, including 220 tegs, as of refuse at from 65 to 68 th., Charkow scoured wools at at 50s. per tod. Mr. Breach gave Mr. Cane 13 d. for his from 84 to 88 tb., and old Russian combing wools ordinarily. wool. Mr. Lucas purchased Mr. R. R. Verrall's wool-800 washed at from 46 to 48 tb. A few bargains bave also been ewes and 256 tegs-at 18}d. Mr. Aylwie, of Plumpton, said concluded in Silesian one-shearlings and lambs-wool at from he and Mr. Trower, of Cooksbridge, had sold their wool to

83 to 93 th. for English and French account. As to the bulk Mr. Isard at 183d. The following sales were also effected :

of the quantity disposed of, Saxon combers and manufacturers, Mr. Madgwick, of Balmer, sold 792 fleeces to Mr. Lucas, at

as well as some Silesian firms, have been the buyers. Prices 50s. per tod; Mr. Charles Ellis sold 460 tegs, 300 ewes, 80 have been firmly maintained, and in some instances were a few fatting sheep, and six rams, to Mr. Legg, at 50s. per tod; per cents. higher than in the month of June.-GUNSBURG Sir J. V. Shelley's wool, 410 fleeces, was sold at 1870.; Mr. BROTHERS. Breach bought Mr. Cooper's wool at 1840., Mr. Hodgson's at 174d., and Mr. Lambe's at 18ļd. Mr. Legg bought Mr.

MANURES. Botting's at 508. Mr. Adams bought Mr. Wood's (Plump

PRICE CURRENT OF GUANO, &c. ton) wool at 19d. Mrs. Guy's wool was sold to Mr. Lucas,

Peruvian Guano, direct from importers' stores, £13 03. to £13 18s. p.ton,

Bones, crushed, £6 58. to £6 108. per ton. at 50s. per tod. Mr. Madgwick, Alciston, sold at 1930. Mr. Animal Charcoal, £5 to £5 Bs. per ton. J. W. Prior bought of Mr. Joo. Gorringe, 676 ewes, 230 tegs,

Coprolite, Cambridge, in London, whole 428. to 446., ground 589. to 60s.,

Suffolk whole 358., ground 46s. to 488. per ton. at 181d.; Mr. Ellis, Exceat, 743 ewes, 300 tegs, 181d; Mr. Nitrate of Soda, £14 10s. to £13 10s. per ton. Jos. Gorridge, 470 ewes, 160 tegs, 18}d.; Mr. Emery, 630 nlphate of Ammonia, £16 to £16 108. per ton. ewes, 300, tegs, 18d.

Sulphuric Acid,concentrated 1.845 1d. perlb., brown 1.712 04d.

Superphosphate of Lime, £6 58. per ton. Hide Salt, 24s. OBAN WOOL MARKET.-The available clips for sale

Blood Manure, £6 58. to £7 10s. per ton. Dissolved Bones, £6 106. do.

Dissolved Coprolites, £5 per ton. were reduced, and dealers picked them up at an advance from Linseed Cakes, best American, £11 per brl., ditto £10 per bag : last year of from 39. to 58. per stone of 24lbs. The following

English, £10 to £10 108.; Western, £10 to £10 58. per ton.

Rape Cake, £i. German green, £6 15s. to £7 per ton. may be given as the current rates : Washed Cheviot 349. to Cotton Cake, to £6 5s. per ton. 36s., ditto Laid 26s. to 273., unwashed ditto 22s. to 249.,

E. PURSER, London Manure Company, washed Highland 18s. to 23s., unwashed ditto 16s. to 218.,

116, Fencburch Street, E.C. and Laid Highland Ils. to 148. 3d. per stone. A good oum. ber of sales took place at from 12s, to 13s. per stone.

LIVERPOOL SEED AND GUANO &c. MARKET.

Guano, Peruvian £13 00 to £0 0 0 Linseed Cake, per tonPEEBLES WOOL FAIR.—The only transactions were Do. Upper do.7 128 7150 American, thin £10 0 0 to 0 0 0

Patagonian ...... 2 5 0 3 50 Barcelona ...... 0 0 0 OOO in Cheviots, crosses, and blackfaced, which may be said to

Kooria Mooria.... 4 5 0

English ........10 0. 10 50 bave obtained the prices of St. Boswell's. Mr. Wilson, manu- Bone Ash ........ 4 15 0 5 00 Cotsd. Cake, decort.0 0 0 0 0 0 facturer, Inverleithen, bought first-class Cheviot at 368.,

Saltpetre, Bengal,

Brimstone, 2d & 3rd 6 0 0

% per cent. ....2 4 6 000 Nitr.of Soda, p.ct. 0 14 6 0 14 9 second ditto 34s. ; first-class cross 33s., second ditto 288.; Cloverseed, A inerican,

Linnd. Bomby,p.gr.3 90 first-class blackfaced 216., second ditto 20s. ; which prices may

red, new, per cwt.1 180
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SAMUEL DOWNES AND Co., General Brokers, be taken as the general ran of the market.

Exchange Court, Liverpool. SANQUHAR WOOL FAIR.-Cheviot white, washed,

AgrienlturalChemical Works, Stowmarket,Suffolk. ranged from 32s. to 35s., the general prices being 338. to 348.

Prentice's Cereal Manure for Corn Crops .............. per ton £8 10
Mangold Manure

8 00 The advance on last year is 4s. to 58. per 24lbs. Blackfaced Prentice's Turnip Manure.....

8 10 0 wbite 18s, to 195, 6d., being an advance of 2s. 6d. to 3s, over Prentice's Superphosphate of Lime...

Manufactured by Hodgson and Simpson, Wakefield, and

Matthews and Co., Driffield, Yorkshire. ST. BOSWELL'S WOOL FAIR.-All-hogg sold as bigh Nitro-Phosphate

£6 10 0 as 43s. 6d., balf-bogg and half-ewe as high as 40s, and one

Ammonia-Phosphate ........... lot of two-hogg to three-ewe at 425 Cheviot was selling at 34s, to 385,

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