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THE EXECUTION AT ST. PETERSBURG.'

THE SAINT GILES'S MURDER.

-.-STATIONS OF THE BRITISH…

THE LONDON M A K K E 1 S,

Rhestrau Manwl, Canlyniadau a Chanllawiau
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

THE LONDON M A K K E 1 S, CORN EXCHANGE, MARK-LANK, MOSDAT, Sept. 2K— Thfre was a short supply of wheat from Essex and Kent this morning; that ot barley, beans, and peas was mode- rate; with limited arrivals of oats from Scotland and Ireland, and not many English by the railways. The imports of foreign wheat and barley were small; those of oats were only moderate, with a limited quantity of other articles of the trade. On the whole the fall of rain has uot been so heavy the past as the previous week, but too much for good progress of harvest work. Satur- day was very wet. Yesterday dry up to to-night, then rain. This morning early was wet. Wind SE. English wheat met a steady sale at Is per quarter advance on picked samples of new, and at full prices for all good qualities; damp sorts remaining dull and difficult ofchsposal. The demand for foreign wheat was limited, and prices were the same as last week. Tho top price of town flour was unaltered. Country marks were fully as dear. French and American fully as dear. Barley was in slow request at Is to 2* pt r quarter more money for fine malt- ing qualities. The advanced rates checked sales. Malt was held for high rates, but the demand was not active. Beans were fully as high. Peas met a fair sale at last, week's prices. A good extent of business was transacted in oats, and prices were Is per quarter higher on Russian, and about Gd per quarter 011 other descriptions. Linseed has given, way in price, with a less ready sale. No quotable change in any description of rapeseed, but prices were firm. Cloverseed was held for more money, and little offering. New white mastardseed has settled down to moderate quotation". The wet season has pre- vented the usual demand for trifolium, quotations are therefore purely Hominalj and none now saleable to hold over, Winter tares were offered freely, at no variation in prices. BRITISH. Shillings per Qr. Shillings per Qr Witeat-Esgcx and Kent, \0ats—English feed. 24 26 white, 52 S2 Polar.d 28 29 Ditto, red 47 Scotch feed 27 28 Norfolk, Lincoln, and Ditto potato 32 33 Yorkshire, red 48 53 Irish feed, white. 23 26 Hurley—Malting 37 47 Ditto, biack 23 24 Distilling 31 3G —Green 40 42 Chevalier Ticks 43 44 Grinding 32 33! Harrow 46 48 Pigeon ^le1'f°lk'and G7 J^-White boiiera" 42 44 cS5&p'z -1 & 2 Si K™S?nC'W*'e,S"W'' „ l»»r-Tiw'C k™Soid(8 58 i? 1^1 Household 45 4C Browu 5b 55j Country V. 41 44 Rye 32 34, Norfolk and Suffolk 3S

BREAD.

METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET.

HOP MARKET.

POTATO MARKET.

-SOUTH WALES RAILWAY TIME…

MILFORD BRANCH LINE OF RAILWAY.

PEMBROKE AND TENBY RAILWAY.