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London Magnet (Newspaper) - September 1, 1851, London, Middlesex London monday evening 1, 1851. Price f 86 week at do 9�. -4 a it 52 week at 4jd.�?19s. 9d. Lit 6d. It Adt Lucs. To our subscribers. If any of our subscribers do not receive their papers regularly they May ensure the utmost punctuality by a ending a Post office order to the office of a the Magnet for any number of papers they May require. We Are apprehensive that some newsmen delay sending papers to their customers till the Day after the publication. This Nec Lect is quite unjustifiable for every copy is issued from this office in time to be sent by the monday evenings , no. 30, Holywell Street strand London. The Maite Lane Gazette. Express from Mark Lane. Thx9 3>ay. Close of the Market. Monday evening s september. 1, 1851. The supplies of English wheat on ale in most of the country Market held on saturday were somewhat on the increase yet the demand for most descriptions was tolerably steady at full prices. Foreign cheats were a Dull Sale hut not cheaper. In Barley and malt very Little was doing j but Oats and flour were held at extreme quotations. Letters from new York to the St ult. State that a fair average business was doing in flour for shipment to England but at drooping currencies. The French markets owing to the Large supplies brought Forward have been heavy for Rieur St further reduced rates. In the Baltic Aud Black sea ports very Little has been doing. The arrivals of English Grain up to our Market last week were very moderate. From abroad we received oui about s,000 quarters of wheal 11,000 Oats 1,7 30 sacks Aud 8,000 barrels of flour. The receipts of other articles were very limited. The Supply of English wheat received fresh up to this morning s Market from Essex Kent &e., Coastwise was seasonably extensive and in excellent conditions some of the new samples weighing globs. Per Bushel. By land Carriage and Sample the receipts were comparatively Small yet the total Quantity on offer was fully equal to the wants of the Millers. On the whole the demand for All kinds ruled steady and a Good clearance or the stands was effected prior to the close of business at fully last monday s quotations. From the East coast numerous offers came to hand to ship cheats at the la l e decline in prices but As we have an increasing Stock of foreign flour dealers operated with much caution. To were Bat moderately supplied with fresh foreign wheat Yit the show of granaries samples was Large. Fine dry qualities moved off steadily at full Ratts of currency. In the middling and inferior kind Only a limited business was transacted at late figures. No change took Pla e in the value of floating cargoes. Polish Odessi off Falmouth was offered at 33s per Quarter freight Cis and insurance. The Supply of both English and foreign Barley was smaller than for some time a St. Grinding parcels changed bands at it full quotations in malting and distilling sorts next t nothing was changed hands slowly but we have no change to no j tace in quotation. We had a limited Supply of Oats on the Market and which 1 moved off steadily at very Fud prices. Beans were a slow Sale but not cheaper. I new White peas were in moderate request but other kind were very Dull. Indian Corn without change. 1 the demand for most kinds of hour English As Well As j foreign was devoid of animation. In prices however no alteration took plan. Official Oom Keport _ a Job part of Tkv number of quakt.b11s, and the ateb1qs Price Tot goes sad Grain a old in the tvs Rel to untie of England a w�1m comprising Tho two Hundred and ninety town named in the act of tip 5 the Victoria Cep. 14 which go timed the atty cmdr the old Law. Vor the week ended August a is 1861, debt bit what. Rak Tkv. Oats. Bkan8. Gift i 1 quarters sold.  4 8 a quarters sold. Al s. . I. D. D. U4t 48 3 37 48 8 1110 20 11 921 20 8 uxbridg�., 7s5 44 10 a a a. 31 Al 6 Essex. 388� to 7 is 15 it 116, 1� a i 115 2u 5 Hertfordshire 1481 3� 7 20 24 3 40 20 a 46 88 9 281 89 8 25 0 18 28 0, 8h to 8 Oxfordshire. Six 89 a n 36 8, of <0 1 46 80 0 Wiltshire. Mic 86 5 m 46 8 �0 Al 3 to <�0 5 Berkshire. 1887 41 0 17 it 8 105 20 a 75 31 10 Surrey. M 41 9 a 87 0 60 10 5a a a 1092 is 6 in 28 0 70 20 6 so 2u 6 953 40 1 6 25 0 157 21 4 10 27 6 Hants. 1181 89 1 16 26 0 43 0 4dorsetshire. 786 89 7. As 26 1 10 1 0 16 86 10 her Ohaire. 827 41 3 8 26 6 207 19 7 7 84 7 Cornwall. 887 48 8 86 ii 8 102 20 8a a a soms nets 188 to a 61 25 8 1124 to 8 114 83 6 Moa Montah. 170 �3 10a a a. A a a choaoestsr., 1302 s9 i 9i 25 7 419 11 s 1 86 0 Herefordshire 111 42 % Tel a. A a a a ii work Torsh. 87� 41 6 a a a a a a a a a. 12 85 4 Salop. S10 44 a As to 1 a 4staffordshire. 187 15 4 see a a a. See a a a Cheshire. 873 13 2 a a a tee 101 �4 1 a a a a a a Derbyshire 145 48 0 4 28 a 12 34 0 Warwick so 2975 41 i 105 20 791 8� 1 Leicester so. 1181 41 0 a a so 24 6 12 n 0 Nordlu units. 2556 86 6 89 25 1 884 20 9 110 80 4 rat land. A m a a a a a a. Bedford. 162 s9 4 a a a. Fountin Gynns. 622 38 7 15 25 9 8� 20 5cam Bridges. 349 85 8 27 24 s s510 11 9s so 7 Saf Lolk. 690s 40 4 5s 25 9 189 so 9 25 s2 6 Ner Lolk. 7597 is 11 129 25 9 51 22 10 21 84 10 Lincolnshire. 4s04 86 10 54 26 8 69 18 8 124 81 7 Notts. 1114 41 s 2� 3 85 28 7 m 84 8 Yorkshire. 8684 40 11 45 >4 1 375 1 175 is 1 Lancashire. 448 42 s a a a 99s 20 3 106 85 0 Westmorland 42 48 9 4 80 0 118 24 Cumberland. 685 47 5 107 s2 1 169 25 5northum Berl. Uso 48 s 7� 19 11 281 24 4durham. 71s 42 8 2s 2s 8 80 25 6 18 85 4 Wales. 272 41 4 be 28 10 26 19 4imp. Weekly average. S47s s9 10 157�j v6 8 7s52 20 11 1970 81 2 account of Corn arrived in the port of London. From the 25th to the 30th August 1851. From whence. Alibro. Colchester1 5 j Harwich. 5 i . A Kent. Southwold. Yarmouth. Total English. Previously this year scotch. Kirkaldy. Leilh. Total scotch. I previously this year wheat. 2b s09 20� 64s Barley 8025 10s10s current prices of British sg4s 4e 45 wheat Essex Kent and Suffolk White a a ditto Fine selected Rone. M ditto Hod. A seem lose 85 m ditto Talavera 15 a a Norfolk line Okishin and Yorkie a Barley malting. A a grinding and distilling Ltd Bow Mait Essex Norfolk Aud Savok. 44 a a Kingston Ware and to to made 48 Oats Essex and Suffolk. A a a a scotch and Lincolnshire potato 11 34 n ditto feed. In a a a a a. Irish potato a a a in a a a a i Fri Grain and Floter. Tiu it. New. Shillings y Quarter. 41 46 49 54 Bye my a a a a a a a a a a a a my Bensma Zamanb tick and Harrow. B Pigeon. A a Long pm. My me a a my peas non boilers. M White Essex and Kent Bailers m ditto Fine s3olk a a a a a a a a Maple. Pm min been min a Grey. Hiou Ebest Marks delivered. Sack m second ditto and country. 26 2s is 84 27 23 31 83 88 is is 41 86 24 21 50 is 51 19 21 19 24 25 27 29 be 28 80 28 17 Iki Sii. Cork. Dublin. Limerick. Total Irish. Previously this year foreign. J Antwerp. 45 j archangel. 43 . _ i Ronstadt. I Lui july. 05 i Dunkirk. Is i47 j Jln Bro. 50 i new York. 23 j k Toek. ¿3 i Ituen. 4 j Stettin. A j Struer. £6 i total foreign. 28 f 51 previously this year s5 _ gran4 total of the foreign Grain. and Konigsberg. B a Citto ditto extra. B Bottock and Wolgast. B belgian Pommer Stettin a face. B French danish and silesian. A a italian or Uaria Nople. Odessa and Petersburg. Ajse rican and Canadian. Malting. A a grinding and distilling eel Oati Poland and a a a a a a a a bean Small a a. A a eco Putian. It boilers yellow ditto a a non boilers. Flourre Yieh by Seaich leghorn Canadian and american Olp. New shillings y Quarter. 40 44a a Bijj amp by 44 41 88 is 40 84 to 21 19 16 24 22 27 s8 26 46 44 43 41 48 is 26 35 28 19 28 23 29 84 29 42 40 40 s9 45 weeks Arrais. Oats. Beaii3. So 10 55 110 �7u52 20 50j 175 43197 �0 1s225 Leas. 173 flour. Ski 40 100 "�00 Sou 95 review of the British Corn Trade during Tes fast i s5 175511 p5ss1 j. 20 4ss0 14st 4300 560 1950 s5725 19 85 121078 675 8297 10ss0 850 480 72 72 i 11460 5375s5 11s22 16924� 141 733548 11565 810 4084 175 5669 ski 26 140 135 s67 210 b�7u13 606 written expressly and exclusively for a a the notwithstanding the decline in the Barj Teeter and the heavy showers of rain which have fallen in most Parte of England a very Large breadth of land was cleared of its wheat and Barley in the Early part of the week. The Lipen log process has been materially retarded in the North and especially in the backward District toy Scotland by the prevailing northerly winds still Bowey a we May pret safely calculate upon a general conc Quaif a of Harve it work in the United kingdom by about the us it to period. Up to the present time fully two thirds of the wheat have been secured m England and Ireland and about one third in Scotland but there remains a Large Quantity of Oats Beans and peas yet to be Cut. The accounts from the leading districts in reference to the yield of the new cheats Are very favourable. Thrashing has been proceeded with to some extent and it has been Toad that the of the cheats weigh from 62 to 631bs. Per bushels to sch is about 21bs. Per Bushel above Ordinary seasons a and that the a Reable yield in Essex Kent &c., is fully 6 bushels Nore than in 1850. As Moat of the crop has been Ca med within a few hours of the Ackle having passed through it we May safely affirm that it amp undeniably Good indeed our correspondents one and at confirm this Poinier. The portion Bow oat will Post amp to amp a suffer from moist Are but if we take the country generally we shall find a audant reason to congratulate our Farmers non having what May justly be termed one of the Best crops on record. A a would that to could confirm the Prospect of higher prices held oat to them by a portion of the press. In support of the theory of advanced quotations we have been referred to the a usually depressed state of the Corn Trade abroad and the Small number of orders transmitted from this country during the whole of the present month but it must be borne in mind that towards the Clow of the navigation up the Baltic and elsewhere generally a period when shipping is most abundant the raiders of granaries 6tscks must of necessity either ship prod Noe on their own account it no buyers can be met with or the supplies must remain Over for upwards of seven months thereby entailing a ruinous loss upon the foreign growers and speculators. We therefore contend that during the months of october and november we shall have an immense importation from Dantzig As Well As from Odessa and Egypt. In the United states and in the whole of the French departments this years produce of Gram has Ben unusually Large and of very Fine Quality. Now when we consider Lor a moment the Over trading in the former country and further that the americans Owens a balance of Over 60,000,000 dollars one of the secret Springs of the Large excess in our exports since the beginning of january it is Clear that increased supplies of produced chiefly flour and Indian corny vill be transmitted from new York Baltimore amp. Whilst if we regard the unusually Large supplies in the latter and the miserably Low figures at which both wheat and flour Are Selling in the principal markets we see no just reas in to anticipate any falling off in the arrivals from France which be it observed May be received during the whole of the Winter Mouths prices Here May rally but it is evident that in the Ordinary run of years the average of wheat will scarcely exceed 42s per Quarter. The great change which has taken place in the system of cropping in Ireland has Given Rise to much speculation whilst the rapid Progress and improvement in the agriculture of France have afforded scope for general observation. On this important subject we have been favoured with several returns to which we now direct attention. In 1850, the total Quantity of land under Cereal crops in Ireland on an Are of 1.3,- fo4,s00 acres of arable land was Only j 3,14�?~.,55 acres viz., f04,8t>7 wheat 2,112,590 Oats 26sf850 Barley 57 s11 Bere 18,342 Rye and 02,590 Beans and peas whereas the cereals of 21,000,000 acres in France occupied 10,,27g acres or in round numbers half the entire area of arable land. To show the great increase in the cultivation on the one hand Aud the backward state of cropping on the other in a More precise Ferm we give the following ois Cial return a North of of Bajace. K735 ris791s 2x>1s2 17slskslt2 i Stuls Abhi Vals 05 other ki5ds of Geair it. Malt 2,958 i Tares 1,615 linseed 1,119 i rapeseed 467 Mustard 322 j seeds 6s5. Prices of bread in London the prices of wheaten bread in the Metropolis Are from 6d to 6jd a Housel old ditto 4d to 5td 4ebs. Log wheat 3.0i-t,2 i2 rye1,385 ,522 wheat and like mixed. 832,771 Barley 950,412 Oats 2,8 �9,147. Buckwheat1,000,190 maize.4it,i 72 potatoes477.017 Mangold Wurzel 38,835 Colza rape 130,495 leguminous crops121,245 flax , 125 hemp120,765 hops 410 tobacco1,357 acres Ikea it. 601,867 is 342 321,161 2,142,51k> 1,317,572 62 590 y i a 10 4,558,168 acres arrivals of English wheat rate viz., 8,025 quarters the general Quality of Thi week has timed oat cheats weighing less t. Of old an now almost w entirely upon new Haalil Tore to nit Quot them for Sampus on wednesday were in attendance the the extreme at almost to on Friday produced ath the whole of the fresh feared off at prior so from abroad a ver hand viz., 8,297 Quartz by no Means extensive for Fine heavy samples Money for any kind has been landed in chive that attempts sales of wheat and. Succeed it is impossible system if noses soul we the profits of the factors have been Small yet i totally offered at 82s the Durance. No change his taken hat american qualities p to saturday evening were Mode Lin St whelly trom Essex and Kant Supply like that in the preceding a Park ably Fine none of the White 6211� per Bushel As the stocks Illy exhausted we Are now thrown v which the quire scarce any Admix e my Olin purposes the show of s Smau yet As 1 very few buyers it and for at pm a was heavy in Minal it citations. Thib wet weather More animation in the Trade and Plaj of both my and Winte were the those of monday last a Supply of wheat has come to although been Portera have , especially t Millen have refused the pay More nit a Moiety of the importations Louse to save demurrage. We per Beis made to have regular Pul Tilic foreign Corn. Whether they will the determine at present but the have a most injurious effect upon the arrivals of wheat off the coast polish Odessa has been Ine Fec per Quarter freight Cost and in the Liverpool markets. The Smithfield Gazette. Flour 3,142 sacks 7 Ace in the value of English flour ave changed hands on rather easier terms. The arrivals from our own coasts have been Small trat those from abroad Nave amounted to 1,735 a Acks and 7,913 barrels. A Only 124 quarters of English and 20 do. Of scotch Barley have reached us not supplies being reported from abroad. The Market has been fairly supplied with the late imports of foreign in which Only Al United business has been transacted at previous quotations. I in malt very few sales have taken place but we have do change to notice in its value. The Supply has been under 3,000 quarters. The total arrival of Oats including 11,460 quarters from abroad chiefly archangel has been 11,565 quarters. The dealers have purchased a lowly nevertheless on Friday Good heavy com was held for rather More Money. Beans peas and Indian corny the receipts of which have been unusually Small a ave ruled almost nominal. Abb Tais a y Wabb cab Ipoh. English. Irish. Foreign wheat. Hrs 3,025a. 8,207 Barley. A a 124a. A Oats. A a i 503511,460 913 barrels malt 2,938 quarters. Foreign Grain markets. L at set accounts. Nearly the whole of transactions in wheat our Corn tuesday was a Good healthy demand for wheat and flour at our Market this morning by holders accepting the rates of Friday last which were a Shade easier than on this Day see night. Indian Corn was in Good request at an Advance of 6d per Quarter. Oats and Oatmeal were scarce and commanded very my prices. Grinding and feeding articles command a Good Sale at late rates. It has a on tinned to rain the whole of this Day. Friday weather has been broken and of an unsettled character this w6ek, and has put. A Check to Harvest operations. The Grain Trade has Sot improved much by this Mange but at yesterdays Market we of Ted a steady demand for american and Canadian flour of Csc fully late rates. The gales por foreign wheat were limited tin moderate quantities at tuesdays prices. There was no change in the value of any other article of the Trade. The Weither is five and we have a quiet Trade to Day. T cattle monday Supply consists of 2,401 cattle and 9,843 sheep and Laus Hong 64 fewer cattle and 639 More sheep and lambs than last week and 58 fewer cattle and 1,093 More sheep Send. Lambs than the donw spawning week last year. There was Little demand for Cattles and prices were lower than last week with a part left unsold. A Goodie Man existed for Shew and Laings prices much the same All sold no. First Clase heifers a second cues Hafera and fat Bullocks,4m t�4jd half fat Bullocks and rows 3d4b 4d sheep 5d to 6$d bombs 5dto go. Wool is Twety transaction Gin foreign Woel of Caox Only been to amp limit eds Xii it there Beig Little to Aseff oath Ekine most required it Premont the recent Jon also East Indian about 1,208 Bales being held for pub for. Sale on the 12th Proximo. In scotch the Trade Purchase sparingly prices Are Well supported a and arrivals continue Light for this period of the year. Imports for the week ending August 30 i foreign 1,143 previously 47,294 total 48j l37 Bales scotch 397 previously 4,026 Festal 4,423. Cotton saturday Market has Een steady and prices Are the same As on Friday. The sales Are estimated at 5,600 Bales 1,009 of which were taken for Export and include 200 Pernavs and Maranhas 5�d to 6d 200 egyptians 5jd to 7d 400 Jurat 2jd to 4<l Smithp Eleud cattle Nib get. Tomz balt Jive vat s9.�?to-day�?T% Market was but scantily repplier with beast is to number whilst their general Quality was very inferior. Owing to the Diange weather the beef Trade was steady at a Advance in the prices of monday of 2d per 811m. The primer boots sold at is 84 per 81b. We had a Lair Copply of Theap on offer and for which the demand ruled first. Prime old Downs realized is Lod to 4��?being a slight improvement in the quotation. In lambs Only a moderate business was transacted yet Lata rates were Well supported. The veal Trad was firm and in Stoibe instances the currencies had an tues Tel tendency. In pigs very Little was doing. Kilch cows move off slowly at from �14 to �18 each including their Wolf to sink the of isl. A. Cures 4 infer Brut 8 8ecoed. Quality ditto. S pro Nee luge ohm. 8 prime sort of Morse a inverter sheep % second Quality ditto., a prime Agar wooded. Sheep i d. S. D. 4@3 6 8 s 0 24 a 8 8 s 0 a s 4 6 s 8 s. D. 8. Prime South Downs. S 9 lambs. 8-10 41 Large coarse Valrea. 8 6 8 Prhne Small ditto. S 6 8 s Laige hogs. I ass neat Small porkers. S s 6 Wacla 18 0 0 a a old Stote pigs16 0 18 a of tap of cattle of balk. Prone the body of the clerk of the Karym Douai. 8vmxn. Beasts. A it cows a 110 Steep and Lamb Llao Atvea 260 pigs. 30� mrs 81mm. Boasts. Sheep and lambs. Calves. Books 8vn%na. Beasts. 40 sheep. 12 9s 12$ m Raia , sept i Issi. During. Last week the imports of foreign Stock into London went Gaia very extensive the total Anival having amounted 10,627 nea3. Quot tit Fiti a Torresso Nadhig period in 1850, we received 8,893 in 1849, 0,335 and in 1848, 6,421 head. At the outposts the supplies were seasonably Large. Ihpobt8 17tto la soy last week. Hop Intelli Rencie. Beough. Hop Market. Korday sept. -1.�?lle�ly Fine hops of last yews a growth Are in moderate request at full prices. In ail other kinds next to nothing is doing and the quotations Are tardy supported. Duty it105,006. end East Kent packets pet cwt. 100s to l3s Weald of Kent ditto.98s to it 2s same ditto .9fe to its provincial in ask a a a a 19 81 28 so 18 the seed Market. Since eur last report the demand for most seeds has been very inactive at barely stationary p ices. A few parcels of East India linseed and rape seed i ave sold for Forward delivery. S. D. S. D.1 s. D. S. D. In Trefoil. Per cwt 18 0@s2 0 7 0@10 of Carraway is 6 s3 9 0 11 of coriander. 16 it 12 Orhum Queedo Quarter is 0 i linseed eng. Sowing 60 0 8 0� 4 6 turnip seed White new. Biichel bed and Green. Mustard Brova. White. Tarea new Winter. Old. H 0 0 Canary Ftp Quarter s9 9 4�z 0� Bye grass. �4 a so 0 of amp str bed eng cwt 40 0 55 0 White. 88 0 5s of foreign bed. S5 0 59 0, ditto White. 85 0 45 0 9 0 6 0 s 6 9 0 crushing Baltic. Odessa a. Linseed cakes a a Oguah. Foreign. Rape cites. Ï1 86 i la 48 48 04�z 044 0 Fly Toad i 5� ��7 �6 0s at of �1 0s �4 10b ,eugii�bje31 0s �24 of the following statement shows the quantities of Clover seed on wac web duty was paid up to the 2srd ult. A 1851. 1850. London. 89,019 cats. 5,462 cute Liverpool. 8,1�6 a a. 7,6s1 a a Hull. 89,477 a a. 24,629 a a Stock in Bond. 9,569 Eta. Imperial averages. Wheat Barley Oats. Bye. Bears. Peas a xxx Huinia s. D. S. D. S. D. S. D. S. D. A. D. 19 42 7 25 6 21 11 18 2 81 b 28 6 26 42 5 25 7 22 0 27 0 82 8 28 7 2 42 4 25 it 22 7 25 7 81 1 28 8 9 42 a 25 11 21 7 28 5 is 41 28 1 16 41 4 26 4 u 9 27 0 80 8 27 2 m2i 89 10 26 8 80 11 27 1 Ai a 2� 10 six weeks averages. 41 i 26 0 21 27 2 81 4 7 9 last tear. 48 �1 22 Al 18 o 22 10 27 9 27 2 the duty in foreign wheat Barley Oats Rye Beans and peas is fixed at is per Quarter flour Aud meal at 4jd cwt. Xio Ndon averages for the Wock ending August �?~�5,1851. Wheat. Barley Oats. Quarters. 2,75 82it averages. 48 cd 29s lid 2ss 8d Rye. Beans peasm., quarters. Averages. 281 311 23� 29s comparative averages of grata. From the a a London Gazette in 1850. Ftp Quarter 4ss 6d 23s id 17b cd 20> 1m 28s id 26s 3d wheat., parity Eye. Beans. Peea. Frota last Friday s a a London wheat. By Quarter 8m Lod barley26s 8d oa.ts_.20s la l liye_27s id beans81s id peas 25s lid weekly report of the imports and deliveries Grain and flour in great Britain. Of Betoni dated custom House Angust 28, 1851. Foreign. Chi Ouail. Lotau. Zirri ported. I tiered. Wheat and Ploue. Ballet. Imported. Cleared. Imported. Cleared. 131,336184,83629,038 3 8,6108,610a a a a of a a a a a a a a a a 112,976 142,976 t�,033 29,083 Oats. Feas. Beans. Ind. Corn. 36,�?��?��05s.57s0,471 6,e<3 86, i055,5786.1716,013 to fatal i Lukity paid duty ii us Hajji Imit of duty. 27,833 qua Leib 27,833 Quarter. J<rj2,2c9 5s 8d socthmox.to5.�?the annual fair was held on wednesday. The show of store cattle was very Large and in prime condition but the Sale was exceedingly heavy and not More than one half changed hands. The prices May be quoted for two years old �0 to �7 each three years old is to �10 in Ach fat Bullocks 7s to 7s go Barrners 5s to 6s 6d per score heifers and calves �0 10s to �9. The sheep Market was abundantly supplied with a very Choice lot and fat wether sheep sold at 4�d per lb., but not above Ohe third were sold store Horn ewes from 15s to 20s each. A very few lambs were shown an4 for them there was no Sale. On the u Hole the fair was As bad a one As Ever known for Selling cattle &c., the business transacted Laing much below the average. Co rut fair on the 26th inst., was not Well attended by Farmers who were Busy in the Harvest Field but there was a fair average Supply of beasts and numerous jobbers. The Trade was not so Good As was expected for steer beasts the prices ranging from t7 to �11 each and in one or two instances they realised �12 for three year Oil steers. T Ere was a Good Supply of fat beasts but they were very a nil of Sale making 5s to 5s of per Stone of 141bs. There w i i a a i k demand for in Calvers and prices ranged from �10 to �16 each. great cattle the most noted fair in this county for the Sale of live Stock was held on tue Suay. The s apply was quite As extensive As on any former occasion and the Stock shown Superior. The business men numbered Many and it was evident from their Early attendance thac business would be somewhat brisk. By seven of clock Many thousands of cattle and sheep were on the around. Store beasts were in great demand far which High prices were demanded but to effect sales the Sellers were a obliged t it make great abatement when a great Many sales took place but at much lower prices than was anticipated. Milch and in calf cows ruled steadily both As to prices and demand and such As had calves by their Side made from �6 to �8 easily. The sheep fair was exceedingly brisk the Best Wethers making 30s to 34s each wether lambs 18s the 21s ditto the Best ewes sound upon the tooth 26s to 32s ditto Ewe lambs 15s to 18s ditto. Pigs were in great demand and sold freely at High prices. Cart Colts two years old made from 18 guineas to 25 guineas each but aged horses declined in Price. In Bucu Lamb great annual land fair was held on Friday saturday and monday last at Handford Liall As usual and was attended by the principal agriculturists and dealers of the adjoining counties. Of Friday about 38,000 3bmp and Bambi came to pen generally in Good condition Aud of full average Quality. Upon the whole although business proceeded slowly satisfactory prices have been realised and fully the accustomed business of the first Day has Traus tired. The Supply of sheep certainly exceeded that of lambs in the beast a Large show of Short horns and Devon a a Tore Bullocks have been exhibited with but a slow j demand at from 2s 9d. To 3 per Stine estimated weight when fat. In Ciiab Lammas Good Supply of sheep and lambs being upwards of 4,0 i0 in the Market. Sales Dull in the morning but ultimately the greater part disposed of. Oli. Viot iambic is to i of of Grey faced lambs 10s 9d to 12s half bred lambs 15s to 17s 61 three parts bred 17s to a j. Sheep half bred 22s to 2 a three parts 253 to 29s. Mutton 5d to Oid per la. There were two sales of rams by auction in he Market Tbs one lot belonged to or. Murray Mary Gold and the average Price was �3 10s a head the Ether lot belonged to or. Makins Auchin Craw Mains and was sold on an average at �3 12s a head. In the cattle Market the Supply not so great As some years previous. Stirks �3 to �5 10s two yet a Olds �8 to �12 15s Milch cows �9 to �13 10s. A great Many Irish Stirks in the Market Selling from 50s to �3 10s, but a great proportion of these left unsold. Beef 5.� id to 5s d per Stone. In the horse Market the show inferior and Little business done. 11,82305 when we regard the rapid strides making in the agriculture of our Continental Neighbours a re ult brought aleut through the instrumentality of our Tariff Laws and the consequent withdrawal of capital from England we can scarce assume although the consumption of bread in France is far greater than on this Side of the Chanel a that the French agriculturists will abandon markets which have so readily supplied them with hard Cash in return for their produce. The clearances of foreign and colonial Grain &c., in England during the week ending August 23, 1850 Aud 1851, were As under a week ending aug. 23,1850. Aug. 23, 1851. Cars. Bush. Hrs. Bush 78,231 0142.k77 3 33,988 52 ,033 3 33,735 036,305 3 1,13� 51,420 4 4,143 45,573 3 5,420 36.471 1 2,412 16,043 0 foreign letters state that Tai a on English account have i it Een of very limited scale especially in the Baltic ports. Pria Sij have therefore Given Way. In France the late decline in the value of flour has Peen with difficulty supported. T4ip stocks of Grain in most of the american ports have Sider ably increased and heavy shipments of flour during the coming month Are generally expected. A Abcug aug. 26.�?the wheat Trade is heavy a decline in. Prices of fully 1 i per Quarter. We quote Wahr ii 61lbs. Per Bushel at 39s Upland ollbs., 38s 601bs., 38s pc s7s other qualities 33i to 35s per Narter. Shipments from tie lower Baltic 61slbb, May be had at 37s per quarter______0_____________ free on Board. Shipments of Barley from Denmark 21s be i begins to prevail that the duty will again recede Quarter. Kip Eseed Dull at �22 to �24 per last. Freight j , however has still much to for wheat from hamburg., per Steamer to Loudon is 3d in full to Hull 6d in Fuk to Newcastle is in full Leith is 6d and 10 per cent. Fran Hamburg per sailing Wissel to the East of oat 1� fid and 10 per cent. Eudis Channel is 9d and i per cent. West coast 2s 3d and 1 per cent. From Denmark and the lower Baltic to tie a coast 2s 3d and 10 per cent English Channel 2s West coast 3s and 10 per Ceat. Alcova Aco. 23.-j-our Market is Dull fir All articles c Grain in the prices of which no change has taken place. Dantzic at. 2o.j�?about 5,000 quarters of wheat hav changed hands at 40s fid for 6libs. Upper polish 38s tid fur Fine mixed lower polish and 36s to ass for other kinds. Pikok Akgen act. 26.�?wheat is very Dull and is 6d t 2s lower. All Spring Icom is heavy. Currency As follows a wheat Omla Ader red oollts., 37s sslbs., 35s 5iilbs, itilbs., 30s 6d 5glbs., 29s Inland 26s.�?buckwheat, 521bs., 23s 9d grinding 471bs., 22s 451bs., 20s Sty -28s Pigeon ditto 31s. Oai. 18s 401b-., 17s go 3slbs., 16s it id16s 331bs., 15s Jack 351bs 14s jul per Imp. Quarter free on Iward per last free on Board. Freight Jast los and 10 per cent per Las t of and 33s. Lyle russian 55lbs., 27c go 531bs. 5011�., 22s 3d. Barley Beans tick first qua potato and Poland 421b 3 51bs., 16s feed 351p 15s go 33r>s., rapeseed �21 to a to London or East c for Oats. Nah Tbs Aco. 23-�?f than last week. To very Dull lied when 35s White 37s 6d to Lukoic �3s 6d to 21s go 22s 0d old and new per 48011�., free on Lavau Redon 16s 9d malting Saumur 24s per 4201bs. Free on Board. Flour Best Marks 31s to 32s useful Marks 28s go wheat and flour. Barley and meal. Oats and meal. Rye and meal. Peas and Ineal. Beans and meal. Indian Corn and meal. Total. 159,073 2 227,s33 1 Baxes of English gea1n is tub above periods. Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rye. Beans. Peas. 1s50. Quarters. 81,760 1,286 7,591 105 3,149 1,275 1851. Quarters. 64,788 1,577 7,352 76 1,970 1,171 76,931 95,166 from the above comparison it will be perceived that the total sales of Home grown produce in the open markets in the week ending the 23rd inst., were Only about one fourth of the total importations from abroad in the same period our advices generally speaking Are to the effect that potatoes Are looking remarkably Well yet that they have suffered from the effects of the cutting winds is evident. The losses from disease will be but trifling and it is we conceive placed beyond a be but that the total produce will be very Large. Most of the country markets have been very moderately supplied with English wheat owing to the Farmers being mostly occupied in the Fields nevertheless the demand for All descriptions has ruled inactive at about stationary prices rather More firmness was exhibited by the growers towards the end of the week. Fine foreign cheats have sold to some extent at full currencies All Low and middling kinds have commanded very Little attention yet we cannot Call them cheaper. Really Good Barley has come slowly to Hind whilst the Sale for it has ruled steady. In malting and distilling sorts next to nothing has been doing. A full average business has been doing in malt at previous currencies. Oats have sold wholly in retail at late figures. Both Beans Abd peas have commanded very Little attention but Indian Corn and flour have been in letter request. There was rather More business doing in wheat and floor at Liverpool on tuesday whilst Indian Corn advanced of per 4801bs. No change took place in the value of other articles. On Friday Fine wheat flour Aud Oatmeal sold at full quotations and about 2,000 quarters of Indian Corn were disposed of. The Stock of the latter article has now considerably increased. At Wakefield tic general demand ruled steady but no Advance took place in the quotations. The Trade was somewhat More Active at Uxbridge and Devizes at full prices. A few samples of new wheat weighing 631bs. Per bushels were disposed of at Lynn at 38 per Quarter. New Oats sold at 21s for 401bs. Aud new peas 24s 6d per Quarter. No change Teok place in the value of any article at Leeds. The quotations of wheat were somewhat in favour of buyers at Birmingham whilst Beans and peas Wero is lower. Foreign cheats were is to 2s per Quarter cheaper at Bristol and English qualities were Tho turn in favour of per 28011�., sack weighed in free on Board. Seeds re it Clover old 46s to 4 per 4801bs. Oats 15s, cake Square �6 7s of 2,2 kllbs., All free Don and East 3s 0d. Flour Liverpool wheat 2s Gloucester and Bristol flour is 2d to is of. Flour is to is 3d, is Lod to 2s 2d. Wheat is fully is per Quarter lower change in flour. Barley and oats35� to 36s common 34s go tip 39s. Beaus Middle size Marans Rye new and old Nantes Verdre Redon 22s 9d weighed on Board i Board. Buckwheat Middle Mizett Small Verdre Loire 16a 9d. Barley 6d to 25s, All weighed on Board to 29s go seconds 27s to 27s go s per cwt. Tares 28s 6d to 29 3d to 15s 9d per 3201bs. Linseed 6d ditto Oblong �6 iss per tor in Board. Current freights a Lou of England -. Wheat per quarter3s to per sack of 2801bs.is Lod to 2s 2d 6d to 3s go flour is 7d to 2s 2d, Channel wheat 2s to 2s go Falmouth wheat is Lod to 2s Glasgow wheat 3s to 8s 6d flour Waterford wheat 2s 6d to 2s 9d Dublin wheat 3s to 3s 6d Limerick wheat 3s to 3s 6d flour is go to is 8d. Flour is Lod to 2s 2< flour is Lod to 2s 2d. Stettin aug. 25. Holders Are losing their confident in the Trade Aud some Nales of wheat have been effected at declining prices say 61lbs. To 621bs. Ted 31s 6d per Quarter free on Board Higami. A gllbs., 35s for common 60�. To 611bs. Red 34s, Cost and freight to the East coast of great Britain is offered. The potato disease is less talked of. Rostock aug. 25.�?the weather has improved and Harvest is progressing now the reports Are however very contradictory As to yield amp a. The potato disease is in teasing. The Market very Inan Irr ate. Pabis aug. 27.�?Thi Stock of floor amounts to 8,741,420 Kilos. The Trade is Verj Slov and Bakers Are Only inclined to Ouy at a reduction Whilt h Millers will not submit to. Merchants from Lorraine Aie Hern for the purpose As they say. Of cancelling some Sale of flour made for delivery. New wheat is 50 cents to 5 cents. Old 75 cents to 1 fraud cheaper. The prices of wheat in the Interior have likewise Given Way from 50 cents. To 1 franc for 1� hectolitres. Alexandria aug. 18.�?wheat which had advanced slightly is again Dull. Beans without change we quote wheat 15s Lod to 17s s a Beans 14s 3d to 15s 2d per Quarter free on Board. In Maze there is nothing doing a a Reight 6s 6d to 7s 3d Pic a Quarter to great Britain. New York aug. If a the Market opened on monday with a downward Cuden a and prices Are lower. The sales have been to a limited e tent both for Home use and Export and prices for some kinds Are nominal. We quote mixed and common Western at 3.6 to 3.75 dolls. Straight state 3.81 j to 3.87a d ills. Ohio 3.87�?Tr to 3.94 dolls. Pure Genessee 4 to 4.0gi dolls. No. 2 i is pecked 3.25 to 3.50 dells. Sour 3.37i to 3.50 dolls. Southern Bonds Are heavy at 4 to 4.25 dolls for Baltimore Alexandria Georgetown amp a. Lyle Ilour s.374 Della Corn Ineal is in moderate request at 2.94 dolls. S held at 3.25 wheat is quite Dull with an increasing Stock and prices Are unsettled. Sales of White Michigan at 9-3 cent Sand red Ohie 82 cents to 85 cents. Canadian w bite May be quoted at 92 cents to 95 cents., and Genessee 100 cents to 100 cents. Rye is quiet at 74 cents. Oats at 38 Centi 1 to 41 cents for Jersey and Ohio and 42 cents to 53 cents for Northern. Corn of sound condition Mai Stotte aug. 28.�?during the continuance of warm and genial weather our kindly hops moved on very prosperously those in a Forward stage growing out to a Good a be and giving Promise of a produce of excellent Quality. Hut the heavy gales of last sunday increasing to a hair Ricar in the afternoon have torn of if hops and branches uprooted the Bines and blown Down Meny poles causing much injun by in Many gardens particularly those in exposed situations. Last night again we had beating Rains with much wind and altogether the atmosphere is of a lower temperature and the nights Are becoming cold. We fear the coi Gates and a Cher backward pieces will be Small and have much to do to perfect their growth without a further continuance of favourable weather. Our gardens have passed the Meridian of their gaiety a the torn branches and a noised hops detract much from the a amp nusome appearance which they presented previous to the late winds. We Are sorry to find that the Mould is showing itself More generally than was anticipated and an opinion thew a do in ruling the impost. , aug. 28.�?-within these last ten Days our hop plantations have much improved even the Black grounds Are now looking much better and will produce two or three Hundred weight per acre. Ickles Ait aug. 28.�?tlieie is evidently considerable improvement in Many of the hop gardens where they Are in a healthy state Tut there Are Maby acres which will not produce one Forth crop. notice great improvement in Many gardens which promises a fair crop for the year. There Are Many gardens which Are looking very bad indeed cannot i produce More than 3 cwt. Per acre. Tic Kiirats aug. 28.�?our hops have improved this last week but still the crop must be a Short one should the weather Cen Tinette in their favour we May probably get 5 cwt. Per acre. Box Tbs aug. 28.�?there is a Little improvement in the hops since 1 r last report. Hawk test aug. 28.�?the hops still keep Imp Ovin. And growing out very nicely though the wind has blown and bruised them about rather Whick makes them look badly at places. Larne request aug. 28. A during the last week the hops have done Tery Little owing to the cold nights and unkindly winds. The Gale of test night has i ruined them a Good Deal in the exposed grounds. Duty stated �120,004, but co backers. Cock Siam Hill aug. 28.�?in Thi neighbourhood Hope have improved very much. We expect to grow about half a drop in most of the gardens. East 1�?Teckri.m, act. 28.�?we continue to improve in a our Good grounds and Hope Lor Mare hops than is expected a a few weeks Back. Uckfield aug. 28.�?the extreme hot August has improved our hops but not to the extent Many imagine. Upon the whole aur Parish and District May grow about 21 the 3 cwt. Per acre. Last year 13 to 15 cwt. Was the average. Heat yield act. 2s. A the hops in this neighbourhood Are steadily progressing. Consider the dirty estimated too High. Edyk Beiduk aug. 28. A the haps with us arc still in roving. There will be Grawn in the Parish very considerably More Ihan was expected. The Wail this a or Niue has blown a great Many poles about. Duty �100,000. Cow Dijt aug. 28.�?we can make but Little alteration from our last with the exception of some damage done by Vaud although the appearance of our gardens is not so favourable to Day we shall be Able to speak More aces rate v next week As to the crop. Picking will commence about 12th sept. Hebb aug. 2s.�?nothing particular in favour since our last. A Quot a from whence. Beasts. Sheep. Lambs. Calve. Pigs. Hambro. 7 1,705 a a a Rotterdam. 593 2,243 302 381 28 Harlingen. 196 59fi 10t� 113 472 Amsterdam. 31 1,288 a 123-, a a Antwerp. A a a 41 a Tonningsen. 235 71 a a a Dort. 65 531 51 14 Niew Diep. 76 1,225 a a a Bremen. 93 31 a a 1 5 total. 1,205 7,690 159 67s 505 same week in 1850.1,351 5,905 831 588 162 same week in 1849.1,050 4,595 356 311 109 same week in 1848. 1,092 4,579 129 430 5 our Market to Day was again heavily supplied with Beth English and foreign beasts the general Quality of which was by no Means first rate. Although the attendance of both town and country buyers was tolerably numerous the beef Trade ruled heavy at last mondays quotations the top Price being 3s 6d per 81bs thus it will be perceived that Friday s Advance of 2d per 81bs. Was wholly lost. From Norfolk Suffolk Essex and Cambridgeshire we revived 2,200 scots Hereford Short horns runts amp. From other parts of England 600 of various Breeds and from Scotland <16 homed and polled scots. Letters from a St of our grazing districts As Well As those from Holland and Denmark state that immense supplies of a Flats and sheep Are ready for this Market. 5 a withstanding that the Supply of Leep was very extensive. The demand for that description of Stock was tolerably firm and previous rates were Well supported. The priest old Dot Swiss sold at from 3s Lod to 4s per slbs., and a Good Clear Uit was effected Ai the season for Lamb is now nearly closed All Breeds met a very Dull inquiry but we have no material change to notice in value. Frame Small calves moved off steadily at full prices. In other kinds of veal very Little was doing. The e pork Trade was heavy nevertheless the quotations were. Firm. V 8t>s. To sink the offal. A. D. S. D. Coarse amp infer beasts s second Quality ditto. 2 prime Large oxen. 8 ditto cots amp a. 3 coarse amp infer sheep 2 second Quality ditto., g prime \ a a Shae s 4-@2 6 8 2 1� 0 3 2 4 8 6 8 3 10 a 34 a s 8 pile South Downs. Lama. 3 Largs coarse Waltes. 2 prime Udall ditto. 3 Large. 2 neat Small porkers. 3 Uckun z e lives each 18 add tort uss. 16 head of cattle on Sale. From the Boot of the clerk of the Market e. D. 3 Loi 1 is 2 8 3 6 2 4 4 0 0 a. A not 4 8 9 let 8 total so Flers. Beasts sheep a d lambs calves. Pisa. 4,67933,260 335 385 foreign so poliss. Beasts.1.3q� sheep and Lambe .�?T4.770 a33 pics. I3a a and comparison of the supplies and big Jas of fat Stock exhibited and sold in Smith Filiai cattle Market in monday september 2, Isoo and. This Day monday september 1, 1s31. September 2, l?j0. C. Coarse a l inferior beasts.2 set Ond Quality ditto 2 prime Hage oxen3 prime soot amp a. 3 coarse inferior sheep .3 second Uit Ity ditto a prime loan it Leo Rietl sheets prime so Iii Down Ditt a lambs. 3 Large coarse calves it prime Taall ditto. Large bogs. Neat Small porker. September 2, 1830. Blasts. Steep and lambs. Claws. Is. Septemo i 3, Isis. Reacts. Sheep and Lambe. Calve. Plo. 3 8 2 38 supplies. D. 4@2 8 3 2 3 6 s 0 3 4 s 8 l0 6 2 8 september i l?5f. �?�1. S 45 a 8 2 s 10 4 fat 4 6 5 6 4 0 5 6 4 0 a 4 8 0 6 10 10 8 6 4 4. A. E 10 2 8 19 4 a o 10 4 a 2 8 4,70s 32,810 s30 804 4,113 31,58� 214 225 september 1,1851. Beasts. Sheep and lambs. Calves. Rigs. September 1, 1848. Beast. Sheep and lambs. A a. Calves. Pi�34,6?� s s.2s# s35 ss5 4,375 27.060 i#6 s9l> were do Sjo used of last seek. Per 8 . By the carcases a -. . . 5. D. 8. Wind has misplaced Many poles As Well As bruised j i?7??r a ? a ? Newgate and in Edenhall markets. Moury sept. very great change Luvino taken place in the Westher since most Fly last and the arrivals of meat having been com Jurat Ivein Small Tho general Dean and is steady and prices Are Well supported in every a a stance. About 2,800 carcasses of foreign meat Corn of sound condition is scarce but a material Deelite has taken place within a few Days. There being but Little or to demand except for Selling to we was 53 cents to 55 cents for a to 50 cuts for damaged. Hound l. We. A a contracts. The closing Western mixed 45 cent the Bri taht Ukaj we Vav it it Yumul Jcu Jobu Liitt yellow is Domitial at 58 to Liverpool dour is 3d Gritu 4d. To London Ilour is do. To Glasgow is 7d to is 8j. Buyers at Ipswich. In the various other markets holders j Tern steam navigation company o alter the time of their lint a iia Aii Ltd it n�>/1 no Ian Inna i invt intr Ali to i i finn i All i foam of i it it Ai arrivals of Grain &c., per Eastern counties railway. From the 23rd to the Sot i August 1851. Wheat. . 818 5 8,56� 210 Beans quarters a peas. Is backs. Floor. 4,683 , aug. 30.�?Trade Here continues steady in the various branches of brass foundry brass Bedstead making lamp and chandelier making sword cutlers and electro players there is a Good Deal of activity and plenty of orders. From the District we learn that Trade is tolerably brisk there the manufacturers of tin plites have a abundance of orders a so much so As scarcely to be Able to meet the demand. Here the Edge tool m bikers Are Busy a circumstance which is chiefly attributable to the Low Price of Iron. Within the last four years immense quantities of Edge tools have been exported to South America. Have been firm Aud prices Bave been Well supported. of our Irish letters state that the lately complained of disease in potatoes has almost entirely disappeared and that the whole of the markets have been Well supplied with that Esculene in excellent condition. The Corn Trade although the imports of foreign Grain have been on a very limited scale has continued lifeless but no quotable change can be noticed in the quotations of any article. Fair receipts of new Oats have been reported and we Are informed that their weight and Quality Are Superior to. To it former seasons. As yet the shipments to England have been very Trilling. unusually Small amount of business even for the time of year 1ms been transacted in Tho different markets in Scotland. Very moderate supplies of foreign Grain have been brought Forward nevertheless in Many instances they have exceeded Tho wants of the buyers who have purchased Only for immediate use. Mark in the fort of London the steam packets leaving m the packets have left on leave on thursdays. The these boats will tour Tofuri Days sent to London on of Nuu Vutci i Duli it u him on sunday will be quite ready for Smit Litiola Market on monday. A Days keeping Aud housing in this country will full Vlf Lfan a inv 1-- therefor., be saved by this or a Midred Aud to wont something considerable. Hers have induced the South we in Laid for Southampton. Hitherto wednesdays in future they will i cattle exported from Morlais in1>3 landed at Southampton on Fri a saturday and after resting poll Day s arrangement which for a Hundred beasts in a single cargo amount to this Trade in cattle France by Means of the Southampton Aud mor Luix boats is thriving. The beasts Are driving to Morlais from a distance of Between 30 and 60 Miles Frem to o Rich grazing lands of St. Pol de Leon anti la seven in to e department of finisterre. Mining ores so d at Redruth aug. 28.�?total, 2,401 tons. Amount �11,011 10s cd. Average Standard Jolt 3 8s. Average produce 7 i average Price per ton �411 i6d. Quantity of Fino Copper 170 tons 7 cwt. Many hops Pebb Kukst aug. 28.�?a Short crop must take place Here this year. The Beauty of our gardens where any was is Deal Royed by wind. Com Kingstone aug. 28.�?some gardens live maintained their position from our last. Some scarcely any improvement at All. Wind done much mischief. Hatfield aug. 28.�?we Hare received some Danage from the High winds but we Hope net to any serious extent in other respects we Are progressing As favourably As we can expect. Withyham aug. 28. A the majority of car gardens Are looking quite As Well As we can expect under circumstances with the exception of a Little damage from the High winds. Kotzer Sibli it aug. 25.�?we have this week to report rather More favourably than of late it appearing that we shall probably have a better crop than was expected but at the same time far from a Good one. We Are now coming out slowly but the hops to All appearance will not be Large. Battle aug. 29. A the gardens have continued to improve up to yesterday and then a change in the weather occurred and a cold bight ensued. To Day it has been Fine again but the wind has been High and the inevitable consequence must be some damage to the tend a clusters of the hops that now decorate the most favoured spots. Mayfield aug. 27.�?our hops in some places look tolerably clean and Promise a slight crop but in the majority of case3 our gardens Are in a very foul condition. Tho hops look weakly and half inclined to Wither away. We think there is now very Little Chunco of any improvement. Middling a Ito. Prime 1erge �itto., Dico Small ditto i Are be pork. Lamb inferior a in too middling ditto. Prime ditto. Veal. Small pork. A. D. G. It 2 0ig2 8 2 103 4 3 8s 10 2 8s a 8 8s 8 St Export Marcet. Beef from 2s Titi Tojo a 4d Mutton 2s Lod to is Lod Lamb 4s to 4s 10j veal 2s 8d to said and pork 3s to 3s so per a be. Whitechapel Market. Beef from 2a 2d to is id Mutto is cd to is Lod Lamb a 6d to ii so Vea. 2a cd to is 6tl and pork is 6d to is 4d per Sill Billings Gato fist in Arsenti. Turiloa is to 14s Haddock so to is Feti list 6s the 12 lobsters so to is so and cd to 2j so each. Solea. So to 2s 6d per pair founders Tud to is 3d smelts 2s to 2s 6d per Doten. Whiting ids to 15s pet 15. Eel 4d to lid and Eal Raou Lod to is old Perl. Twp Hii Riim a a a a Vare go to Ltd ters Idi to 3gs per Bushel. oys killing weeds on go Abl Best thing to kill Small weeds and Lichen on Fine roiled gravel walks is vitriolic acid the common material used in manufactories at about a shilling a gallon. Get an old them mop and dip it in a bucket of water infused with about a quart of Tho acid or As much More As you choose to afford lightly dab the netted mop on the top of the weeds on the walk Aud the acid will effectually kill them. Avoid the Box edgings by Osing As Little liquid As possible Liutas the ladies dresses Anil shoes Are in danger from the operation the walk should be stopped up until a Good Shower of rain Falls or if you get a bucket of water the next Day infused with common washing soda and apply it in the same Mauner with a mop but rather More plentifully you neutralise Aud rev cd or harmless Tho acid not until after it has killed the weeds. This does not Reter to thoroughly untidy walks full of weeds but to neat walks partially infected with them. New Market at weekly Market has been established at Prince town dartmoor for the Sale of All kinds of commodities. The Large number of put runs in gaga god at the prisons with the lieu dress of convicts placed there enables those the find a ready Sale who attend. New metropolitan cattle latest project for the substitution of a great metropolitan cattle i Market for Smithfield proposes Isle Wortlie contiguous to Hron Ford As Tho locality for that purpose. The projector or. J. A Taku of Liren Ford has submitted his plan to the City markets committee. Bristol sugar Market aug. 29. A a moderate amount of business has been transacted in our Market this week of former terms and importers Are evidently less anxious to Realise at the present currency lev feed continues very firm. In rum there is very Little doing but prices Are supported. Borough and Spitalfields potato markets. Mono to sept. 1.�?since our last report very Large supplies of potatoes have been on Sale in these markets chiefly from Essex Aud. Kent. Fur Idi kinds the demand is exceedingly heavy at barely stationary prices. Essex and wat be Ente per ton. 60s 0j to 70s of ditto Shaws. 50s 04 to 70s of ditto middling. 25s of to 35s 0 Hay and Straw a a Luneta. Smith Telb aug. Jle Adew Hay �3 5s to �4 0s new ditto is of to 5? 12s old Clover ditto �3 10s to Loe new ditto a a 5s to �1 0s and Straw �21 is toil los per Dall Trade at late rites. Cumberland. Aro. 30.�?old Meadow Hay is 5s to �4 4s new dillo,.�3 0s toil 15s old Clorer Ditte is is to �4 is new ditto a Quot 5s co it t 0 and Straw �1 is to �1 in per Dell at our quota ions. Wry it Chapkis act. 80.�?old Meadow Yin �3 is to �8 new ditto �3 0s to is 2s old Clover is it s to �1 10s new ditto. Is 5s to �4 0s Aud Straw �1 is to �1 10a per Tuli average Supply and a sugar Isle demand. Market hides re &6ils to 64lhs�?z 64lb to Quot Albs. 72lbs to so . Soils to is Hsy a. A to 3 i pcs. Seibs to uus is. 104�w to i Subj. Hide and skin Market d. Ltd Nan 1 2 o a a a a is 8 0 0 0 0 calf skim a Aeh horse hide. Polled Lieut and Waif Beds in ivs. to Chw. 6>kt a i a a. Load shall leather Market. D. Crop hides so to 40hvs, Luto 50.lis. 9 14 58to clubs. 11 15 Bull hides7 8 vitriol butts0 0 Angll a liuits10 a 31 Force a butti10 15 foreign hides�8 u dressing liidm8 10 ditto lilies saddlers iddes11# 13 it Utah horse hides. 9 10 Spanish ditto. Calf a Kins Soto 40tia. 4i 50lhs. A to 60lbs. 7,1 to Loo . L arge Seal skins. itis a. Kips. Basils. Ltd lick. Us . A. D. 0 g4 a 0 5 6 a 1 6 9 s 8 i it 0 3 8 l1 s. D. 11 to is is 17 11 15 is 17 15 19 18 16 0 o 0 a la 14 6 10 a h 7 u a action to thursday see night a Field of wheat consisting of about twelve bushels was carried from a Field in Tho neighbourhood of auntry near ride Ford and placed in the barn for to nesting intended for slide Ford Market on the tuesday following but being found in a very bad state it was carried out to the Field Arain to dry Aud re brought Back on the thursday lol loft in.-, Thia extra expense being caused by being too precipitate i i Laving a the Honor a of Selling new wheat in the Market

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