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were about 48s. per gr. for the best Southern, and tion being thought probable, from the liberal
42s. 6d. for Kentucky white. There is doubtless foreign supplies; the only fall, however, was 1d.
a good store in the lake ports, and the weather will per 70lbs. for wheat, and 6d. per sack on flour.
influence holders there in their shipments ; but On Friday, prices there were scarcely so good.
with a return to monetary ease, and continuance of The fourth Monday was moderately supplied,
low rates, there seems no probability that exports the arrivals from Kent and Essex being limited.
will be very free.

Early in the morning, fine parcels went off at full
The first Monday's wheat market in London prices, but in the market subsequently the former
commenced on the back of moderate supplies, rates were difficult to obtain, offers of Is. per qr.
both English and foreign. Kent and Essex, in the less being refused by factors. The foreign trade
course of the morning, sent up quite an average was slow and unaltered. London remained unal-
show of samples. Factors commenced by asking tered to the week's close; Liverpool and several
higher terms, and in some instances 18. per gr. im- country markets quoted rather lower rates, but
provement was realized, but eventually sales were generally there was little difference throughout the
made at former prices. The good attendance from country.
the country was disappointing, holders of foreign The imports into London during the first four
not being able to sell at an advance, and only a weeks were 20,154 qrs. English and 48,763 qrs.
small quantity was sold. The country markets foreign, against 28,600 qrs. English and 20,067
throughout the week scarcely made any change in qrs. foreign in May, 1857. The imports into the
the quotations. Liverpool, on Tuesday, was unal- United Kingdom for April were 383,149 qrs.
tered, and Friday's rates there were hardly equal wheat and 364,769 cwt. flour, against 196,278 qrs.
to the previous day.

wheat and 189,172 cwt. flour during the same The second Monday had better supplies, espe- month last year. cially of foreign, a good deal of wheat being im. Flour during the first four Mondays in May has ported by millers direct. This circumstance was scarcely changed, town-made top quality remaining unfavourable to prices, notwithstanding a very at the price with which the month commenced, small supply during the morning from Essex, and viz., 40s. per sack. Norfolks have varied at from only a moderate one from Kent. For some time 30s. to 31s. per sack. The comparatively high factors endeavoured to obtain the previous rates ; range of prices at new York has so limited imporbut as the day wore, it was found necessary to tations thence, that really fine qualities of this deconcede fully 1s. per gr. generally; and there were scription have become scarce, and for this reason offers at the Kentish stands at 1s. to 29. per qr. have rather risen in value ; but French samples less money, without an entire clearance. The busi- have been sufficiently plentiful for the dull state of ness in foreign was very limited, at unaltered rates. trade, and have mostly left a loss to the importers, Manchester, Hull, Boston, and Bristol markets good qualities having brought ly 328. to 338. per were all rather against sellers, Newark, Spalding, sack. The imports during the four weeks have Louth, and Gloucester, and several other places been-in country sorts 68,402 sacks, in American reporting 1s. per qr. decline; but Birmingham, 3,553 brls., with 9,287 sacks foreign, principally being scantily supplied, was in favour of sellers, from France, against 71,448 sacks English and and several of the Saturday's markets were 18. per 3,761 brls. 110 sacks foreign in the same period qr. up. Liverpool, on Tuesday, was without change; last year. but Friday was decidedly easier, both for wheat The barley trade during the month has little and flour.

varied, prices of the best sorts having declined with The third Monday was less liberally supplied, the season for malting, with very little left over fit the foreign not reaching to 6,000 qrs. Kent and for this purpose, so that maltsters will be entirely Essex also sent up but a scanty show of samples, dependent on the growing crop for future business, and factors therefore required some advance in The large importations from the Mediterranean their offers; this, though generally reported, was have kept these descriptions at rates much below realized in very few instances, and for picked sam- oats, with which they have been freely mixed; and ples alone, the general runs not being placed at as the stocks of English seem nearly exhausted, a anything over the terms of the previous week. good demand must yet be experienced-equal, we Newcastle, Hull, and the early Yorkshire think, to any imports. So, with the prospect of markets noted no change in prices, the tone beginning quite bare of this grain, good malting being firm. Newark, Spalding, Lynn, and Market sorts seem again likely to be high priced. The Rasen were ls, higher. Birmingham, Gloucester, best foreign, fit for distillation, is now worth about and Bristol did not raise quotations. Liverpool, 308. per qr.; while there are parcels of light grindon Tuesday, had a good attendance, a large reduc- | ing, say 48lbs. per bush., to be had at 22s. The

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imports during the four weeks into London were ports of English into London were only 153 qr3., 2,349 grs. English, and 66,145 qrs. foreign, against the foreign 3,575 qrs., against 407 qrs. English, 1,121 qrs. English, 51,415 qrs. foreign in May last 1,147 qrs. foreign in May, 1857. year.

In linseed there has again been a rise, to the The only difference in malt during the four extent of 5s. per qr, on the month's course, in conweeks has consisted in a reduction of 1s. to 28. per sequence of the large export demand. This ad

. qr. on secondary and inferior qualities, the best vance has contributed to increase the value of cake, Ware still slowly selling at 698.

which was previously declining in consequence of Oats, notwithstanding their relative dearness and the rapid growth of the meadows and all vegetation, large foreign supplies, have given way but little in The seed trade has been generally quiet

, the lo7 price, in consequence of short arrivals for five rates at which red cloverseed was forced off by months previously; the granary stores produced factors and some holders having brought on a by the gluts of last autumn and winter being very moderate speculation. American red has become much reduced, and had they not fed the market, worth 44s. to 45s. per cwt., and other kinds it a very high range of prices must have been ob- proportion ; white and trefoil have not attracted tained, notwithstanding the low value of wheat. attention. Tares remaining scarce hare sold in The first Monday, though only 19,465 grs. retail, at extravagant rates; and canary seed, from i foreign were up, was better supplied than since 7th the same cause, has risen to five guineas per or. Dec.; prices, therefore, though they had previously Rapeseed, being badly spoken of abroad, has alsi advanced, were fully maintained. The second risen ; but it is thought the reports of injury bar: Monday gave a total of about 61,000 qrs.; prices been exaggerated. White mustardseed remains ! receded 6d. to 1s. per gr.; but dealers had so long dear, and brown quite neglected. Carraway

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: been waiting to buy, that nearly the whole was anner, and hempseed much as last quoted, and ons ! cleared at this reduction, and the market has in retail demand. since been well furnished, the fourth market being rather against sellers; and at the week's end there CURRENCY PER IMPERIAL MEASURE was a further decline of 6d. per qr., in consequence Waeat, new, Essex and Kent, white 42 to 5....... red as the of further large arrivals.

Norfolk, Linc. and Yorks.,red....*

BARLEY, malting Ireland, in all parts of it, has been rapidly rising ; Distilling

34.... Grinding and as we have frequently noted a less growth in Malt Esser, Norfolk, and Suffolk ...... 57

.... that country, it seems improbable that this grain can be cheap this side of harvest, for the Russian Oats, English, feed ....... 21

26...... Potato ....... 97 !

Scotch, feed supplies coming late will be an almost exclusive

Irish, feed, white .................. 2? dependence. The imports into London dur- Ditto, black ................... 21

BEANS, Mazagan ....... 33

36...... Ticks ...... 34 S ing the four weeks have been 1,403 grs. English,

37...... Pigeon....... !! 3,380 qrs. Scotch, 16,435 grs. Irish, and 139,623 Floor, per sack of 2301b8., Town, Households..335., sness

40 45.. qrs. from abroad, total 160,841 qrs., against

Country

Norfolk and Suffolk, ex-ship 1,598 qrs. English, 761 qrs. Scotch, 9,740 qrs.

FOREIGN GRAIN. Irish, 55,328 grs. foreign in May last year.

WHEAT, Dantzic, mixed.. 46

high do. Beans have been steady in value, a decline of 18. Konigsberg ........40

fine.... 48 on the first Monday being the only change that

American, white....42 50 red has occurred during the four weeks. Arrivals Pomera., Meckbg., & Uckermrk, red 42

Silesian, red from Egypt have proved less than expected, and Danish and Holstein ..... do not now threaten to be large. The imports

Russian, hard..40 44 ..

St. Petersburg and Riga have been in four weeks 1,963 qrs. English, 8,792

Rhine and Belgium

. qrs. foreign, against 4,062 qrs. English, 936 qrs. Bars, Durch, brew, and Polands..22 21 Peed........ foreign in the previous May.

Danish and Swedish, feed...22 25 Stralsund....! With the exception of a liberal arrival of white Beans, Friesland and Holstein peas from the Baltic on the second Monday, this Peas, feeding

Konigsberg..............34 37 Egyptian... pulse has become quite scarce, nearly the whole

FLOUR, per sack........

32 36 Spanish English growth appearing to be worked up; but American, por barrel, sour... 18 2.9 speet....... 29 " the high rates that have been paying for duns and maples has caused a liberal use of cheaper substi

COMPARATIVE AVERAGES-1858-57.

From last Friday's Gaz, 8. d. From Gazette of 1857. tutes, especially in low barley, so that their absence has been little felt. Boilers, too, being past their Barley...... 10,899 35 0 Barley......

Oats........ 9,362 season, have not rallied in price, and the month Rye ........

7 Rye ........

Beans ...... 4,618 .. in this respect has been without change. The im

.. 42 1 Peas........

- to -.... Chevalier.....
32

65 fiat 67 65

67 Brown ..........................

53 55 RYE

22

26....... Potato......

24 fine 39

Harrow

............ 34

42 45..Grey 10 $ 32...... Households.. 91 5

30

Shillings per Caeter

- extra

48

Rostock

i...4.43

40 47

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40 45

French..40 45 white # #

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IMPERIAL AVERAGES. FOR THE LAST Six Wheat. Barley. Oats., Ryo. Beang. Peas. WEEKS: 8. d.

8. d. 8. d. . d. 8. d. April 10, 1858 43 1 36 3 24 130 9 38 6 41 1 April 17, 1858 43 2 36 7 24 7 30 4 88 10 415 April 24, 1858 44 9 36 5 24 9 33 3 39 9 41 6 May 1, 1858 44 5 36 1 25 4 28 1 40 3 42 4 May 8, 1858 44 2

35 5 25 730 10 40 9 42 2 May 15, 1858 44 11 37 0 25 8 35 7 40 9 42 1 Aggregate average 44 1 16 0 25 0 31 6 39 10 419 Sametime last year 64 7 44 0 23 738 0 40 739 6

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COVENT GARDEN MARKET. LONDON, SATURDAY, May 22.- Trade continues brisk, and the supply good. Some Cherries have been imported from France, but they are not very good. Strawberries are more abundant than they were last week. Some good Oranges have been imported from Barbary. Of Pears, Easter Beurré and Ne Plus Meuris may still be obtained. Barcelona Nuts fetch 20s. per bushel; new Brazils, 18. od. do.; Spanish, 14s. do.; Almonds, 248.; Walnuts, kilndried, 208, do. Among Vegetables are Asparagus, Rhubarb, and Seakale. Winter Greens are plentiful. Prench salading is excellent; it still consists of Cabbage Lettuce, Barbe de Capucin, Batavian Endive, and Turnip Radishes. Cornish Broccoli realizes from ld, to 9d. a head. French Beans are very plentiful. New Potatoes are largely supplied. Peas fetch 4s. per quart shelled; and green Artichokes from 4s. to 68. per dozen. Cucumbers pleni iful. Best samples of old Potatoes have advanced in price. Cut flowers chiefly consist of Orchids, Gardenias, Heliotropes, Poinsettia pulcherrima, Geraniums, Violets, Mignonette, Heaths, Primulas, Camellias, Cyclamens, Tulips, Hyacinths, and Roses.

FRUIT. 8.d. 8. d.

&.d. Pineapples, perlb. .... 8 Otol? 0| Pears, per doz.

6 Otolo 0 Grapes, new, perlb..... 8 0 12 0 Apples, per half sieve.. 30 0 Nectarines, per dozen .. 300 0 0 Oranges, per doz...... 06 1 0 Leinons, per dozen .... 1 0 20 Melons

0 0 0 0 Peaches, per dozen .... 300 0 0 Filberta per 100lbs.....

0 0 0 0 Strawberries, per oz. .. 09 16 Cobe,do...

350 400 VEGETABLES. 8.d. $. d.

8. d. s.d. Cauliflowers per doz.... 1 6 to 2 6 Tomatoes, per half-sieve 0 Oto 0 0 Broccoli, per bundle....10 6 Larks, per bunch ........? 0 3 Greens, per doz. bunches 2 0 4 0 Celery, per bundle......10 19 Seakale, per punnet....! % 6 Shallots, per lb.........06

08 French Beans, per 100..1 0 2 6 Garlic, per lb.... 06 08 Asparagus, per bundle.. 30 60 Lettuce, cal., per dozen. 1 0 Rhubarb, per bundle.... 0 4 06 Do., Cox, per score...10 16 Potatoes, per ton ...60 0 1090 Endive, per dozen ..... 26 3 0 Do. per bush.......... 20 2 9 Radishes, turnp,per doz. 0 0 0 0 Do. per cwt.

4 0 6 0 Horserndish, per bundle. I 6 4 0 Do. New, per lb.......0 6 2 0 Mushrooms, per pottle.. 1 0 13 Carrots, new per bunch.. 0 6 0 8 Parsley, per 12 bunches. 3 O 4 0 Turnips, per bunch

0 4 Basil, green, per bunch.. 0 0 0 Spinuch, per sieve ......1 6 2 0 Marjoram, per bunch ... 0 0 0 0 Cucumbers, per dozen ..100 15 0 Savory, per bunch...... 0 ? Beet, per dozen .........10 2 01 Mint, green, per bunch.. 02 04

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PRICES OF SEEDS.

BRITISH SEEDS, CLOVERSEED, red -9. to -S., extra -S., white - 8. to - s. TREFOIL

- S. to -8. TARES, Winter, new, per bushel ......68. Od. to 78. Od. MUSTARDBEED, per bush., new 178. to 258., brown 138. to 15s. CORIANDER, per cwt............

........ 20s. to 268. CANARY, per qr. ............................. 868. to 1059. LINDEED, per qr., sowing -8. to -8...crushing 678. to 698. LINSEED CAKEB, per ton .................£9 9s. to £10 10s. RAPEDEED, per qr............................. 70s. to 748. RAPE CAKE, por ton...... ........£5 108. to £6 Os.

FOREIGN SEEDS, &c. CLOVERSEED, red 408. to 46s., ..........

white 50s. tr 60s. TREFOIL,...

178. to 18s. TAR68, Spring, per bushel ................ 78. Od. to 88. Od. HEMPSEED, smali, per qr. .............. Dutch 428. to 478. CORIANDER, per cwt........................... 178. to 26s. CARRAWAY

44s. to 46s. LINSEED, per qr., Baltic 60s. to 65s..... Bombay 615. to 65s. LINBEED CAKE, perton .................£9 108. to £10 15s. RAPESEED, Dutch ............................ 689. to 748. RAPE CAKE, per ton ........

.........£5 Os. to £5 108.

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TIMBER. LONDON, SATURDAY, May 21.-The transactions in Timber have rather increased during the week. Prices generally rule about stationary. Perload

£.. Quebee, red pine 35 to 4 10 DEALs, Yel. Pine,perreduced C.: Yel. Pine ...... 3 10

Canada, lnt quality. 15 0 to 16 0 Quebec Onk, White... 60 6 8 Do. 2nd do. 100 11 0 Birch...

4 0 4 15 Archangel Yellow.. 160 16 0
4 10
5 10 Memel

13 0 14 0 Dantzic Oak..........

4 0 6 0 Gothenburg Yellow. 13 0 14 0 Memel Fir............ 9 10

Do, White.... 11 0 10 Swedish....

2 10 30 Gefle Yellow, 14 ft.. 300 0 0 Masts,Qube. Red Pine 60 6 10 Christiania,perc. 12 ft. by 3 by 9 in.: Do. Yellow Pine.... 60 6 10 Yellow...

21 0 28 0 Lathwood, Dantzic fm 8 0 9 10 White...

19 0 84 0 Do. Memel ......... 10 0 Il 0 Deek Plank, Dantzic, Do. Quebec ........

5 0

per 40 ft. by 3 in.... 10 110 DKALS, per C. 12 ft. by 3 by gin.: Staves, per Standard M.: Quebec Wh. Spruce. 90 11 5 Quebec Pipe ........ 75 0 0 0

Do. Red Pine .... 11 10 17 6 Do. Puncheon.... 20 0 23 0 St.John Wh. Spruce 11 11 16 0 Baltic Crown Pipe. 140 0 145

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HOP MARKET. BOROUGH, MONDAY, May 24.— The trade during the past week has continued steady, and the market on the whole is very firm. Fine yearlings and good 1855's are in demand, and fully maintain previous rates. Our currency is as follows:

Mid and East Kents.... 70s. to 90s., choice 112s.
Weald of Kent..

548. to 60s.,

66s. Sussex

50s. to 549.,

60s. Yearlings, &c.

21s, to 358., 50s. WORCESTER, (Saturday last.) — The reports of the growing crop are still unfavourable; the flea continues its ravages, and the nights are too cold for the bine to grow out of their reach. The planters hold back their samples for higher rates, which the merchants are unable to give, causing a very quiet market.

MAIDSTONE, May 20.- Very little improvement has taken place in our hop grounds, and the College ground, although highly cultivated, is very backward. We are, generally speaking, short of bine, and full of flea, close to the bottom of the plant.-Sussex Express.

CHICORY. LONDON, SATURDAY, May 22.-Although the supplies of Chicory are by no means extensive, the demand for that article has 1allen off, and prices are with difficulty supported. ENGLISH, per ton £ 0 0 to £0 0 ANTWERP £10 10 to £11 0 HARLINGEN.... 10 0 10 10 | DACKUM ........ BRUGES 10 10 11 0 GUERNSEY

0 0 HAMBURG ......

0 0 | BELGIUM........

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FLAX, HEMP, COIR, &c. LONDON, BATURDAY, May 22.- The Flax market continues in a most inactive state, yet we have no change to notice in prices. There has been scarcely any inquiry for Hemp, and to force sales, lower rates must be submitted to. In Jute and Coir goods very litile has been passing.

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BARK, &c. £ . ..

£ 6. English,per load of 457

Cork Tree, Barbary ... 7 0 16 Oto)7 0

710 ewt., del. in London }

Do. Leghorn ...........

6 0 7 0 Coppice..

.... 16 0 18

0 Valonia, Smyrna,p.ton 11 0 14 0 Dutch, per ton ........

5 0 5 6 Do. Camata......... 13 0 14 0 Hambro'..

4 10 5 5 Do. Morda .......... 9 0 11 0 Antwerp Tree .........

5 0 6 10 | Terra Gambier... 15 0 0 0 Do. Coppice ........

5 10 7 0 Japonica | Cuteh...... 36 0 380 Mimosa, Chopped ....

710 8 5 Divi Divi... Do. Ground 8 0 100 Myrabolams

70 100 Do. Long

60 6 10 Sumseh, Sicily, p. ewt. 0 13 015

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HAY MARKETS. SATURDAY, May 22.-SMITHFIELD.--A full average supply, and a sluggish trade.

CUMBERLAND.-Both hay and straw met a dull inquiry, at our quotations WHITECHAPEL.-Supply good, and trade generally dull.

HIDE AND SKIN MARKETS.
LONDON, SATURDAY, MAY 22.
6. d.

.. d. $. d. MARKET HIDES :

HORSE HIDES,each 8 0 to 0 0 56 to 641bs......per lb. O 3 to 031 CALF SKINS, light. % 0 3 6 64 to 72lbs............031 0 31 Do. full

50 5 6 72 to 80lbs.'.. 31 31 Shearling

011 0 0 80 to 881be............ 0 31 0 4 Half-bred Sheep......00 0 0 88 to 961be............

Downs 96 to 1041bs...........

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50s.to 809. 309. to 80s. 508. to 80s,
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70s.
100s.

1008, 70s. 100s.
STRAW

24,.
259. 288. 24.

285.

11 Polled Sheep

0 0 0 0 10400112lbs...........

Lambs .................. 20 30

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Baridi

285.

R 50... beness

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LEADENHALL LEATHER MARKET. LEEDS (ENGLISH AND FOREIGN) WOOL MARKTE, LONDON, SATURDAY, May 22.--We continue to be mode- May 21.- À fair demand, to supply immediate rants, for rately supplied with almost all kinds of fresh goods, and the de- most kinds of English and combing wools, and prices are firm mand generally is active, at fully last week's quotations. at late quotations. For colonial clothiog wool the demand is CROP HIDES.

HORSE HIDES. not brisk, and the manufacturers in the district generally comENGLISH

lbs. lbs. d. d. lbs. lbs. d. d. English..........13 to 18..11 tol4

plain of the dulness of trade. 28 to 35

13 to 14 Do. without butts 9 14..12 14 YORK WOOL MARKET, MAY 20.-To-day, the second 36 40 13 111 Spanish salted,

..d.s, d 40 15 15 without butts, 9..11 ( 136

market for the new clip of this year (the late rainy Feathe 46 50 145 16

beiug unpropitious for sheep-shearing) we had but a stall 30 15 17 Do. do. do. 9

14 6 55 60

16 18 Do. do. do: inferior.: 6088 supply of wo», say about 10 or 15 sheets of new clip, and the B V T TS.

Do. dry do.

8.8 0 10 6 same of old, with about half-a-dozen buyers. Several lots re

Do. do. do. 9 11..10 0 12 6
ENGLISH

main unsold, and the prices of those sold may be fairly quoted

do. lbs. lbs.

do. inferior.. 50 7 0 d. d.

at from 10d, to lld., and 120. per lb., as per qua'ity. Obe 14 16 17 20

CALF SKINS. 17 20

17 21

Av. weight. Ugrounded. Rounded. lot, in splendid condition, realised a price over those 21

lbs. lbs. d. d. d. d. quotations, but the exact figure was not stated. -- Periskire

21 20 to 28......14 to 16 .... 16 to 21 Gazelle. 29

26

35......14 17 .... 16 22 33 36 35 40......15 18 .... 16

LIVERPOOL WOOL MARKET, MAY 22. FOREIGN

40 45......15 18 .... 16 24 14

50......15 18 .... 16 24 SCOTCH.-There is scarcely an average demand for a 17 20 55......15 17 .... 16

33 Highland Wool yet, and prices are somewhat irregular. White 21 24 17 21

60......15 17 .... 16 22

60 70......119 11 .... 15 21 Highland is only in limited demand. There has been little 29 32

80......14 16 15

20 doing in either Cheviot or crossed this week. 33

21 24

80 90......14 16 .... 15
90 100......13 16 .... 14 19

d. S. d.
45 50
100 120......13 15

18

Laid Highland Wool, per 24lbs. .... 10 Oto Il 0
OFFAL. d.

KIPS.
d.

13 White Highland do...

0 nglish Shoulders ...... 13 17 lbs. lbs. d. d.

Laid Crossed do..unwashed 12 6 13
Do. Cheeks and Faces 7 10 Petersburgh.. 4 to 7 .... 17 to 20

Do.
do..washed..
..... 13 0

0 Do. Bellies............... ? 91

Do.
9 .... 17 19

Laid Cheviot do..unwashed...... 14 6 16 0
Do. Middles .......... 11 12

Do.

10 .... 16
18

Do. do..washed ........ 17 6
Poreign Shoulders....... 13 15 Do.

18 6
..11 13 .... 16 17
Do. Necks............ 10

E. Ind.drysltd. 5
12
7... 18 22
White Cheviot do.. washed ........ 24 0

0 Do. Bellies ........... 75 91

Do. do. 7

16 19 FOREIGN.-The improved feeling evinced in the daily proDo. Middles do....... 11 12

Do. seconds............. 14 17 Dressing Hide Shoulders. 10 12 Do. thirds.

gress of the public sales in London, imparts confidence in the

14

........... 12 D. do. Bellies... 7 8 Do. inferior ..........

11 trade generally, and we have more doing by private contract Kip Shoulders.............

SUNDRIES. Do. Bellies ..............

at steady prices. 6 7

Hog Skins, best......each 14 to 2!

Do. DRESSING HIDES.

seconds...

BRESLAU, May 20.- Since our last report busices has

8 14 lbs. lbs. d. d. Seal Skins, split, per doz.. 50 70 been still flatter, and prices pursuing their downward tendency. Common......20 to 24 12 to it

Do. for bindings

36 70 Yet neither a further decrease nor the near approach of the Do. ......25

28 .. 12) 14 Calf Skins, SumachDo. ....30 31 .. 12

tanned ..........

30 new clipping could attract a greater number of parehasers. Do. .....35

40 .. 13

15
Do, white.......

25 35 Baddlers .......30

Manufacturers were persisting in their reserve, and speculators 35 ..14 17

Horse Hides, white, each.. 8 13 Do. .36 50 .. 15 18 Sheep Skins

d.

directing their attention to fresh wools. Transactions did not

d. Balls

... 12 13 Basils, unstrained, per lb. I 131 surpass the amouut of 2,500 cwts., consisting cbiely a Shaved ......14 16 .. 16 17 Do. strained

7 14 Do. .......17

Russian wools, ordinarily washed and scoured, as well as of 19.. 15 17 Do. facing, per doz.... 5o. 168. Do. .......20

23 .. 14 16 Tan, Sheep, & Lambs 10 fine Silesian one-shear, skins in bundles, and slipes. The fol. Do. 29 .. 14 16 White Sheep, per 120°

90 Scotch do.....16

lowing prices have been obtained :-For Russian Fools, ordi. 21 .. 14 17 Do.

Lambs,

.. 40 80 Coach, per Hide........ 258. to 30s. Do. Sheep & Lamb's,

Darily washed, at from 52 to 62 thalers : ditto, scoured, 80 to

strained, per doz. HORSE BUTTS. SHAVED. Sumach Roans, per dos. 16

86 thalers ; fine Silesian fleeces, 87 to 91 thalers ; foe locis, d. d. d. d. Do.

Skivers,

5 62 to 65 thalers ; Silesian slipes, 58 to 65 tbalers per crt. English ....... Il to 12 ..14 to 16 Bark Skivers,

12

The chief purchasers were the Zollverein combers and dothiers, Bpanish ........103 11 ..14 16 Hide Splits,per lb. 9 to 11d.

as well as home commissioners, who were acting for French

and English account. More vivacity bas been exhibited in WOOL MARKETS.

transactions on the sheep's backs, and more than 3,000 esti. ENGLISH WOOL MARKET.

of all descriptions have been in this manner contracted, at a LONDON, May 24.—There is a slight improvement in the reduction of 10 to 15 per cent. compared with last year's June demand for fine English wools, at fully last week's quotations,

fair quotations.—GUNSBURG, Wool-broker. although several parcels are announced for pnblic sale in London after the close of the colonial series. In prices, no quotable

MANURES. change has taken place. Low qualities of wool are a dull

PRICES CURRENT OF GUANO, &c. inquiry; nevertheless, holders generally are firm, and prices PERUVIAN GUANO,(perton, for 30 tons nominal £ IS to €

Do.

Do. ..........(under 30tons).... 14 0 0 are well supported.

BOLIVIAN GUANO .........................none
Per pack of 240lbs.
Fleeces-Southdown Hogs............£18 Oto £14 0

ARTIFICIAL MANURES, &o.
Do. Half bred Hogs ............

12 10 19 0

Nitrato Soda?
(per consoda} £18 0 000 £20 00

Sulph.ofCopper) £s.d.
Do. Kent
12 0 13

( Roman ViNitrate Potash

45 O to @ Do. Southdown Ewes and Wethers 11

triol, for Wheat 12

} 2900 30 00 or Salt petre

steeping......) Do. Leicester do. ...............

18
13 10
Sulpht.Ammonin 19 10 0 2000 Salt ....

110 Sorts-Clothing, picklock

15 0 16 0 Muriate ditto... 27 00 28 00 Bones, Dust,perqr.1 30 Do. Prime and picklock.

14 0 14 10

Superphospht.
of Limne...
5 10 0 6 0 0

Do. -inch....

Oil Vitriol,
Do. Choice........................

18 10 14 0
Boda Ash, of} 900

concentrated
Do. Super....
12 0

10 00
13 0
Alkali.......

per lb........ Do. Cornbing-Wether matching 14 10 15 10 Gypsum........

200

2 10 0 Do. Brown..... O oot Do. Picklock

18 0
14 0

Coprolite....... 3 10 0 9 150
Do. Common
12 0 19 10

OIL-CAKES.
Do. Hog matching

16 0 16 10
Linseed-cakes, per toa-

Marseilles ...... 19 0 Oto 49 100 Do. Picklock mat:hing...

14 0

Thin American,
15 0
in brls.or bags
£9 150 £10 10 0

English ......... 1000
Do. Super do. ......
12 0 12 10

Rape-cakes,prton 5 100
Thick do.round (none) 000

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