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1:iie Money 2/Iarket.

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1:iie Money 2/Iarket. ♦ff811' stoei markets showed renewed nria&e&s tdis morning, and prices again improved, in fi ala,os'c Srenerttl anticipation that war w.U b9 A conferenoe on the Luxemburg question A rciacwon, aowever, has since taken pJace upon speculative realisations, winch have been partly induced by the circum- stance t^at t-»e Stock Exchange will be closed the 1st of th' HM-Y^"Y The rate for the best paper )n the disccunt market is 2i to 3 per cent., the demand lor money being fair, and the SUDDIV somewhat small. The charge for short loans in the Stoel Exchange is 2\ to 3 per cent. ConSwnf6 d to both f«r m°nev and the account (May 9), ana che Three per Cents. Eeducpd »rirt Hew Three ,>er Cents., 89* to t- Exchequer UUs te un- changed, at 20s to 25s prein. Tae railway market is flat, otying to a T>repon-er^-nrp nf aale3. J13etr.,po!if.an stock is now quotea lie* to Great Western, 40s-to 4; Londoa and North Western iHUn i. Midland, 110J to I; iiantoashire aad Yorkshire 'l29is tn I Caledonian, 108 to 109 (South Eastern, 65J to f*"8 G*ceat Eastern, 27t to f.; Great Northern, 110j to llli Aiift-n a 111-j to 112; LonoasvC-hathaau, and Dover, 16 to'1- Nnrt-h* British, 33 to Si: and Brixton, 5-5 to m The Corn Trade. MARK-LANE, APRIL 29.-Tbere was a very poor show of English Wheat here to-day, and the quality of the samples was by no means first-rate.—'We were tolerably well, but not to say heavily, supplied with foreign Wheat, in which a fair business was doing.—There were few samples of English Barley on sale ana trade brisk; but inferior foreign was a dull iEquiry.—Malt moved off heavily.—Oats, though in large supply, were steady.—The sale for Beans was in- active.-Botl1 English and foreign Flour was held on higher ternlS. CURRENT PRICES OF BRITISH GRAIN AND FLOUR. „ Shillings per Quarter. WHEAT, Essex and Kent, white old 65 to 76 new. 5S to 71 » „ „ » red" 65 72 „ 58 71 Norfolk, Lincoln, and Yorkshire, red 55 68 BARLEY 32 to 35 Chevalier, new 38 48 Grinding 32 34.Distilling 37 42 MALT, Essex, Norfolk, & Suffolk, new 69 73 Kingston, Ware, & town-made, new 69 73 Brown 54 62 £ ye 32 37 OATS, English, feed 25 to "Il.Potato. 28 34 Scotch, feed .23 30. Potato 28 34 Irish, feed, white 22 26 Fine 27 30 Ditto, black 22 26 Potato 27 31 BEANS, Mazagan .35 37 Ticks 35 37 Harrow 37 42.Pigeon 41 46 PEAS, white,boilers40 42 Maple41to44Grey,new 38 40 FLOUR, per sack of 2801bs., Town, Households .54 60 Country,on shore 43 to 48 f> 43 50 Norfolk and Suffolk, on shore 42 47 FOREIGN GRAIN. WHEAT, Dantzic, mixed .65 to 68 old, extra 68 76 Konigsberg .64 68 extra 68 70 Rostock .59 69 fine 69 71 Silesian, red.61 64.white. 64 68 Pomera., Meckberg., and Uckermrk.red old 62 67 Russian, hard, 58 to 62.St. Petersburg and Riga 58 64 Danish and Holstein, red 59 64 French, none .Rhine and Belgium. 61 67 American,whitcOOtoOO,red wirterOOtoOO,spring BARLEY, grinding 30 to 33 distilling and malting 33 38 OATS, Dutch, brewing and Polands 24 to 31.feed 21 26 Danish and Swedish, feed 24 to 30.Stralsund. 23 26 Russian, Riga 25 to 27.Arch., 24 to 27 P'sburg 26 29 TARES, spring, per qr 38 40 BEANS, Friesland and Holstein 38 43 Konigsberg .37 to 41.Egyptian 38 39 PEAS, feeclingayid maple 37 39.fine boilers 38 41 INDIAN CORN, white .38 42 yellow 37 40 is FLOUR, per sack, French 41 52.Spanish, p. sack 46 52 American, per brl 27 31. extra and d'ble. 31 34 LIVERPOOL, APRIL 30.—Wheat and Flour in good de. mand, at fully late rates. Beans rather dearer. Oafs and Oatmeal unchanged. Indian corn in fair demand, at Gd per quarter less advance; mixed, 4-Is 3d. LEEDS, APRIL 30.—Prices of Wheat were very firm, but business passing was not extensive. Other articles un- altered in value. Weather very wet. .WAKEFIELD, APRIL 26.-Better tone in the market. Best Wheat in large demand, at Is advance. Barley neglected, Beans Is dearer, Oats firm. Meat and Poultry Markets. NEWGATE AND LEA.DENRALT,-There are moderate supplies of meat, and the trade is steadr. Per 81bs. by tha carcase S. cl. B, d Inferior beef 3 4 to 3 8 Middling ditto 3 10 4 2! Prime large 4 4 4 61 Ditto small 4 6 4 8 Large pork 3 0 3 6 Inferior mutton 3 8 4 4 Middling ditto 4 6 4 8 Prime ditto 4 8 4 10 Veal 4 6 5 8 Small pork 3 8 4 2 Lamb 6 4 7 0 Turkeys, each 0 0 0 0 Goslings, each 7 0 9 0 Fowls, each -5 0 7 0 i!. d. to s..¡] Capons, each. 0 0 0 0 Chickens, each 4 0 6 0 Ducklings,each 3 6 6 0 Rabbits, each. 10 2 0 Hares, each 0 0 00 Grouse, each. 0 0 0 0 Partridges,each 0 0 0 0 Pheasants,eaeh 0 0 0 0 Pigeons, each. 0 8 10 Ostend f r. butter, per doz: lbs. 0 0 0 0 English ditto. 12 0 16 0 French eggs, 100 6 0 0 0 Epglisb ditto. 7 0 0 0 METROPOLITAN. — A statement of the supplies and prices of fat live stock on Monday, April 30,1866, OB Com> pared with Monday, April 29, 1867:— Per 81bs. to sink the offal. April 30, 1866. April 29, 1867. s. d. s. d. s. d. a. d. Coarse and inferior Beasts 3 10 to 4 2 3 4 to 3 6 Second quality ditto 4 4 4 8 3 8 4 2 Prime large Oxen 4 10 5 0 4 4 4 8 Prime Scots, &c 5 0 5 2 4 10 5 0 Coarse and inferior Sheep 4 2 4 8 3 6 3 10 Second quality ditto 4 10 5 8 4 Ú 4 10 Prime coarse-woolled ditto 6 0 6 4 5 2 5 6 Prime Southdown ditto 6 8 7 0 5 8 5 10 Lambs 8 0 9 0 7 0 8 0 Large coarse Calves 5 4 5 10 4 6 5 4 Prime small ditto 6 0 6 4 5 6 6 0 Large Hogs 4 0 4 4 3 2 3 6 Neat small Porkers 4 6 4 10 3 8 4 2 Fruit and Vegetables. COVENT GARDEN.-Last week's quotations have been fully maintained, forced fruits being considerably in excess of the demand. Both grapes and pine-apples are plentiful Forced vegetables comprise French beans, potatoes, set kale, and rhubarb. Pears are now over for this season. Apples comprise nonpareils, Court Pendu Plat, and one or two others. A few Kent cobs may still be had. Broccoli continues to arrive from the West of England and the Channel Islands. Potatoes continue to realise improved prices. Flowers chiefly consist ot orchids, Chinese primulas, violets, pelargoniums, cinerarias, cytisus, migno- nette, and roses. PR XT. s. d. a d. s. d. a. A Apples, p. bushel 4 0to8 0 Oranges, p.100 4 0 8 0 Chestnuts, per bs.O 0 0 0 Peaches,per doz. 0 0 0 0 Currants, pr. siv. 0 0 0. 0 I Pears,kitchen, dz. 0 0 0 0 Grapes, per lb. 6 0 10 0 „ dessert „ 0 0 0 0 Lemons,p. 100 7 0 9 0 Pineapples, p. lb. 5 0 8 0 Nuts,cob,1001b 75 0 80 0 Straw berires, p. lb. 0 0 0 0 filberts, pr lb. 0 0 0 0 j Melons, each 0 0 0 0 VEGETABLES. sdadj sdsd Artichokes,per doz.2 0 to 4 0 Mushrooms,perpott.l 6 2 0 Asparagus,per bun. 7 0 8 0jMustard& Cress,p.p.O 2 0 0 Beans,kidney,p.^sv.O 0 0 01 Onions, per bushel 4 0 5 0 Beet, per dozen 1 0 2 0 „ pickling, p.qt.O 0 0 0 Broccoli, p. bundle 0 0 0 0| Parsley, per bunch 0 6 0 8 Cabbages, per doz. 1 3 2 0i Parsnips, per doz. 00 0 0 Carrots, per bunch 0 6 C 8jPeas, per qt 0 0 0 0 Cauliflowers,p. doz. 3 0 6 01 Potatoes,York Re- Celery, per bundle 2 0 2 61 gents, per ton .140 0 160 0 Cucumbers, each 1 0 2 01 Rocks, per ton 100 0 120 0 Endive, per doz. 2 0 3 OjFlukes, per ton 150 0 180 0 Garlic, per lb 0 8 0 0 Kidneys, per cwt.0 0 0 0 Herbs, per bunch.0 2 0 4 Radishes, p. 12 bn. 0 0 0 0 Horseradish, p. bn.i 0 6 0!Rhubarb, p. bundle 0 0 0 0 Leeks, per bunch.O 2 0 4|3eaKale,per punnet 2 0 3 0 Lettuces, per score 2 0 3 0| Spinach, per bush. 3 0 4 0 Mint, perbunch .0 4 1 OlTurnips. per bunch 0 6 0 0 London Produce Market. MINCING-LANE, APRIL SO.-SUGAR: The market has opened quietly, but steadily, at last Friday's currency. The opened quietly, but steadily, at last Friday's currency. private sales include a swdl parcel of Mauritius at 31s. Refined—A fair general buHfj^ess is doing at fully last week's currency; common lumps4 V2s to 42s 3d. COFFEE.—There is betttii export demand, at prices which show an advance of Is per cwt. from the late decline. Native is saleable at previous rates, at which there are few sellers.. « TEA.—A fair amount of business is doing at steady prices. RrcE.—There is a good general demand. Rangoon, on the spot, sold at 128 7 jd; fine cleaned Patna, 28s for arri- val; white Bengal, l,s 6dj Dacca, 13s 6d: Ballam, 12s 6d; Rangoon, landed, lis. COTTON.—The improved demand continues. Prices show an advance of id per lb. PRICES OF BUTTER, CHEESE, HAMS, &C., at per owt. —Batter: Friesland, 104s to ilos; Jersey, 90s to 114s; Dorset, 000s to OQOs. Fresh: per doz., 14s Od to 16s Od; Cheese: Cheshire, 78s to 88s; Double Gloucester, 74s to 78s: Cheddar, 80s to gofi; American, 66s to 74s. Hams: York, new, 80s to 86s; Cumberland, new, 80s to 86s; Irish, new, 80s to 86s. Bacon: Wiltshire. 61s to 68s Irish, Sfreen, 58s to 64s. COTTON, LIVERPOOL, APRII. 30.—The market is very strong. Sales about 15,000 bales. TALLOW, APRIL 30.—The market is quiet. Town Tallow is quoted 44s; Petersburg Y.C. on the spot, 44s to 44s 3d; June, 44s to 44s 3d; October to December, 443 6d to 44s 9d. HOPS, BOROUGH, APRIL 29.—Messrs. Pattenden and Smith report the trade in a healthy state, a continued steady demand for immediate consumption, with a very limited supply. Prices the turn dearer. HAY MARKETS.- Smithfleld. Cumberland. | 'Whitechapel. s. d. a. d. s. d. s. d.j s. d. b. d. Meadow Hay.. £ 0 0 to 95 0 60 0 to 90 0 60 0 to 90 0 Clover 80 0 110 0 80 0 112 0 80 0 110 6 Straw 40 0 46 0 40 0 48 01 40 0 46 0 -I- -1 In consequence of the Seduction in Duty, Horniman's Teas are supplied by the Agents EIGHTPENCE per lb. cheaper Genuine Packets are signed Horniimn & Co., London..