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Average Prices of CORN through
trade to-day for Oats, and prices are hardly so good as on Monday.
Monday, July 31.-There was a moderate supply of all sorts of British Grain last week, but considérable
out ENGLAND, for the week end-quantities of Foreign Wheat and ing July 22.
Oats to go under lock. This morning there is again a short quantity of all descriptions of Corn fresh up. A few samples of New Wheat, Pease, and Oats, have appeared, but all rather small corn. During the last eight days, the weather has been remarkably favourable for harvest operations, with every prospect of a continuance. Wheat has met a very heavy trade, and the prices have declined 2s. to 3s. per quarter from the terms of this day se'nnight.
Barley remains without alteration. Beans obtain the terms of last Mon
day slowly. Boiling Pease are not so free in sale as last week, but prices are 2s. to 3s. per quarter higher. Grey Pease are much as before. There has been a slack trade for Oats to-day, and prices may be re
Wheat.. 5,183 for 15,837 7 3 Average, 61 1
In Flour, no alteration, but the sale 2........ .50 9 not so free as of late.
Friday, July 28.-The supplies of
this week are moderate. The wea
Price on board Ship as under.
......50s. 55. Seconds .42s. North Country..40s.-43s.
ther being fine, and harvest proceed-Flour, per sack
COAL MARKET, July 28. Ships at Market. Ships sold. Price.
243 Newcastle..11† 27s. 02. to 34s. 6d. 18 Sunderland 74 31s. Od. —35s. Od.
Maidstone, July 27.-Our accounts continue much the same as last week, respecting the appearance of the coming crop of Hops, which many planters are of opinion will be so much at the top of the poles, as to cause the produce to be under the Duty as now laid. However, we do not exactly agree with that report, for if the present fine weather, which seems so favourable, should last the month of August, the old strong grounds will do every thing you can expect, and great things may be done. Duty called about 180,000l.
Worcester, July 26.-On Saturday thirty-four pockets were weighed; prices from 71. to 81. The accounts from our plantation lead us to think that the produce will not be so abundant as was expected. It is remarked that the principal blow is at the top of the poles; the plants have not
Beasts... 2,348 | Sheep Calves... 243 Pigs
Price of Bread.-The price of the 4lb. Loaf is stated at 10d. by the full-priced Bakers.
By the QUARTER, excepting where otherwise named; from Wednesday to
Saturday last, inclusive.
The Scotch Markets are the Returns of the Week before.
Dalkeith and Haddington are given by the boll.-The Scotch boll for Wheat, Rye, Pease, and Beans, is three per cent. more than 4 bushels. The boll of Barley and Oats, is about 6 bushels Winchester, or as 6 to 8 compared with the English quarter.
Liverpool, July 25.-The after-grass and pasture lands in this district are in a promising state of great improvement, from the refreshing showers of rain during the past week, and such will, no doubt, prove beneficial to the late planted Potatoes. This day's market, although tolerably well attended, was not productive of much business. Oats, which were very scarce, were at a small advance. Wheats, principally of the foreign, and other articles of the trade, were at a small decline in value from the prices of last Tuesday.
Imported into Liverpool from the 18th to 24th July, 1826, inclusive :— Wheat, 13,351; Oats, 6,079; and Malt, 470 quarters. Flour, 100 sacks, per 280 lbs. Oatmeal, 98 packs, per 240 lbs. American Flour, 144 barrels.
Guildford, July 29.-Wheat, new, for mealing, 137. to 187. 10s. per load. Barley, SOS. to 35s. 6d.; Oats, 28s. to 34s.; Beans, 50s. to 54s.; and Pease, grey, 50s. to 56s. per quarter.
Norwich, July 29.-The supply of Wheat to day was exceedingly large, much more than equal to the demand. Red sold from 47s, to 54s.; White to 58s. Barley, 32s.; but little to sell. Oats, 228. to 27s. Beans, 39s. to 42s. Pease, 40s. to 43s. per quarter; and Flour, 44s. to 45s. per sack.
Bristol, July 29.-The supplies of Corn, &c. to the markets here are short. Present prices about as below:-Wheat from 6s. to 8s; Barley, 35. 3d. to 3s. 9d Oats, 2s. 6d. to 3s. 9d.; Beans, 5s. 6d. to 7s.; and Malt, 5s. 3d. to 8s. per bushel, Imperial. Flour, Seconds, 35s. to 49s. per sack.
Ipswich, July 29.-The commencement of harvest made our market very thin to-day, yet the sale of every thing was very dull and lower. Prices, as follows:-Wheat, 54s. to 61s.; Barley, SOs. to 32s.; Beans, 44s. to 46s.; and Pease, 48s. per qr.
Wisbech, July 29.-There was but little doing in the Corn trade here to-day. Wheat, from the promising appearance of the crops, and fine weather, declined from 3s. to 4s. per quarter. Oats, (of which some new were offered,) and Beans, maintain their prices. Red Wheat, 50s. to 54s. ; White ditto, 54s. to 56s.; Oats, 24s. to 28s.; and Beans, 44s. to 47s. per quarter.
Manchester, July 29.-The favourable weather for securing harvest, which is now become pretty general, and the continued depressed state of trade in this district, have caused an extremely limited business to be done this week, the demand being entirely confined to such as purchase for immediate consumption. To-day we had a slender attendance at the Corn Exchange; and but few of the samples shown were disposed of. Wheat is in more plentiful supply, and heavy sale, at a reduction of 3d. per bushel, even for the finest qualities. The increased consumption of Oats, with the unfavourable reports of the new crops, have caused holders to demand an advance of 2d. per 45 lbs., but this is very reluctantly complied with. All other articles remain as last week, with the exception of fresh Flour, which is readily disposed of at a trifling improvement in value.
Newcastle-on-Tyne, July 29.-An advance in price last week, and the very fine weather since, induced the farmers to supply the market very liberally this morning with Wheat, and the millers availed themselves of the circumstance to effect a reduction in the prices, equal to last week's advance, of 2s, per quarter. Grinding Barley continues in demand at fully last week's prices. A few samples of New Oats were at market this morning.
COUNTRY CATTLE AND MEAT MARKETS, &c.
Norwich Castle Meadow, July 29.-We had a short supply of Cattle intended for slaughter this day, and those very inferior in quality; price of the best of them 8s. per stone of 14lbs. sinking offal. The supply of Store Stock was large, and but few of them disposed of. Scots sold from 4s. to 4s. 3d. per stone, when fat; Short Horns, Ss. 6d. We had more Homebreds shown to-day than usual, and but few of them sold at lower prices. Of Sheep and Lambs the supply was liberal, and the sale unusually Hat. Shearlings selling from 24s. to 31s. ; fat ones to 40s.; Lambs, 12s. to 16s., and one superior lot, nearly fat, to 18s. 6d. Pigs very low, fat ones to 6s. 6d. per stone.-Meat, Beef, 7d. to 9d.; Veal, 5d. to 8d.; Mutton, 6d. to 74d.; and Pork, 6d. to 74d. per pound.
AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN, sold in the Maritime Counties of England and Wales, for the Week ended July 22, 1826.
* The London Average is always that of the Week preceding.