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Account of Wheat, &c. arrived in Monday, Oct. 3.-The arrivals

the Port of London, froin Sept. 26 from Ireland last week were 10,733 to Oct. 1, both inclusive.

firkins of Butter, and -94 bales of Qrs.

Qrs Bacon; and from foreign ports Wheat,. 12,511 | Tares 100 12,437 casks of Butter. Barley 8,155 Linseed .. 6,650 Malt.... 5,648 Rapeseed . 1,188 Oats . 28,012 | Brank

230

Price of Hops per Cwt. in the Beans 4,037 Mustard .. 15

Borough. . 14,348 Flax

165 Rye.. 30,| Hemp

Monday, Oct. 3.- The picking is Pease. 3,723 | Seeds

115

nuw nearly finished, and in all quarForeign.- Wheat, 2,675; Barley, ters of Kent and Sussex the defi7,550 ; Oats, 2,292; Beans, 158 ciency is great, from one third to one quarters, and Flour, 260 barrels.

half; but fine New have come to market, the Planters wanting from

201. to 241. per cwt., and it is probaCity, 5th Oct. 1825. ble these prices will be maintained; BACON.

good yearlings and old are now so Very little good Bacon on hand. much below their relative value that

further advance may be expected. Landed, 638. to 65s.

Duty 22,000l.
BUTTER.
Carlow, 104s. to 105s. Waterford, SMITHFIELD, Monday, Oct. 3.
102s. Dutch, 106s. to 108s.

Per Stone of 8 pounds (alive).
CHEESE.
No alteration in price since our

Beef ... 4 0 to. 4 10
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2,917 | Sheep : 19,480 Calves. 155 | Pigs

120 very considerable. The greater part was in the hands of Factors, who NewGATE, (same day.) had been buying it up from the Per Stone of 8 pounds (dead). Dairymen at exorbitant prices, and

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HAY and STRAW, per Load.

POTATOES. SPITALFIELDS -per Ton. Ware .......£3 10 to 6.0 Middlings......2 JO 3 0 Chats .......

2 10 0 0 Common Red..00 0 0 BOROUGH.-per

Ton.. Ware ......£4 10 to 5 10 Middlings......3 0 0 0 Chats... .2 5 0 0

Smithfield. Hay....635. to 100s.

Straw...36s. to 45s.

Clover.. 84$. to 120s. St. James's.--Hay....70s. to 105s."

Straw.. 31s. to 45s.

Clover.. 90s. to 120s.'
Whitechapel.--Hay....70s.-to 90s.

Straw...38$, to448.
Clover:.80s. to 120s.

Price of Bread.-The price of the 41b. Loaf is stated at 102d. by the full-priced Bakers.

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COUNTRY CORN MARKETS.
By, the QUARTER, excepting where otherwise named; 'from Wednesday to

Saturday last, inclusive.
The Scotch Markets are the Returns of the Week before.
Wheat. Barley. Oats.

Beans. Pease.
s. to s. d.
$. to s. d. s. to s. d.

to s. d.

s. to s. d. Aylesbury

60 72 0 44 46 0 30 320 49 51 0 58 00 Banbury.

66 80 0 48 50 0 0 0046' 54.0 0 0° 0 Basingstoke 60 76 0 38 45 0 24 280 57 600 0 0 0 Bridport..... 64 66 0 36 0 0 22 26 0 0 00

0 0 Chelmsford..... 60. 76.0 38 44 0 27 38 0.40 420 44: 600 Derby..

68 76 0 36 54 0 27 33 0 50 56 0 0 00 Devizes...

56 77.0 43 47 0 20 34 0 50 58 0 0 0 0 Dorchester....

56 70 0 35 40 0 24 28 0 | 48°58 0 0 0 0 Exeter...... 68 74 0 48 52 0 247 28 0 0 0 0

0 0 Eye .. 56 68 0 34 42 0 26 30 0 36 44 0

40 43 0 Guildford 60 78 038 44 0 27 34 0 46 54 10 44 52 0

47" 55 0

50 52.0 Henley

66 80 0 1 38' 47 0 25 - 320 Horncastle, ... 60 66 0 40 44 0 20 260 49 50 0

0 0 Hungerford..... 56 76 0 40 46 04 26 35 0 48 61 0 44 58 0.3 Lewes ... 5460 0 40 42 0.24 26 0.44 001

O O OUI Newbury 50 81 0 38 46 0 26 32 0 52 - 600

51 54 0 Newcastle

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 090 0 0 0 Northampton. 66 · 73.6 44 48 0 25. 31 0 5001:52 0 0 0.0 Nottingham .... 68. 0046 0 0 28 0 0 50 00 0,00 Reading ........ 60. 83 0.1 40 48 25 35 0 58 0 Stamford.... 61 74 0 42 47 025 280. 48. 4910 Stowmarket

56 72 0

30 42 0 27 32 0 39 48 0. 43: 00 Swansea .. 68 0 0 37 0 0 22 0 0

0 0 0 0° 0 Truro . cóncor.

68 0 0 39 00 311 0011 *** 01040100,7 Uxbridge

66 86 0 40 46 0 26 33 0 48 52.0 50 53 0 Warminster.. 55 70 034 46 0 27 35 0 50 580 0

0 0 Winchester...

0 0 0 00 011000100000/ Dalkeith 28 330. 29 33 0 21 24 6.) 22 24 0

22- 24 0 Haddington 27. 39 0 1 28 33 0

1925 01 22 24 0 1 22 24 0 * Dalkeith and Haddington are given by the bolt.--The Scotch boll for Wheat, Rye, Pease, and Beans, is three per cento more than 4 bushels. The boll of ! Barley and Oats, is about 6 Bushels Winchester, or as 6 to 8 compared with the es English quarter.

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Liverpool, Tuesday, Sept. 27.-The wind having been favourable within the few days past, has brought in a fair supply from Ireland of Wheat, as well as several arrivals from Canada and the Baltic; added to which, we have had a tolerable quantity of New Irish Oats. During the past week there was very little business done in any article of the Corn Trade. Ati the market of this day there was a tolerably fair demand for Old Wheat: New Wheat was taken off but sparingly,, at late prices. The demand for Oats was limited, but Old ones obtained an advance of 1d. per 45lbsig, and New about įd. upon the prices of this day seinnight.

Imported into Liverpool, from the 20th to the 26th September, 1825;, inclusive:-Wheat, 14,812; Barley, 518; Oats,, 6,555;; and Pease; 6 qrs. Flour, 284 sacks, per 280 lbs." Oatmeal, 451 packs, per 280 lbs. Ame. rican Flour, 400 barrels.

Norwich, Oct. 1.—The supply of Wheat to-day was tolerably good in quantity and quality, and Red sold from. 58s. to 675.; White, 70s. The quantity of Barley was not over large, prices 15. per quarter less than lasti week, 36s. to 41s.; Oats, 28s, to 34s., Beans, 38s. to 46s.; Pease, 38s. to 45$. per quarter; and Flour, 52s. to 55s. per sack..

Birmingham, Sept. 29.- Higher prices are demanded to day for fine Wheat; the quotations, however, of this day fortnight are not altered. Malt still continues a heavy sale, and the Malting Barley trade is not brisk, nor, indeed, is it for grinding qualities. Wheat, 8s. 6d. to 98. per 60 lbs.; Malt, , 70s. to 72s.; Malting Barley, 52s. to 545.; Grinding ditto, 40s. to 42s. per ten scores; Oats, 286. to 32s.; and Pease, 56s. to 64s. per gr.; Beans, 21s. to 22s. per ter scores. Fine Flour, 56s. to 575.; and Second ditto, 52s. to 53s. per sack.

Ipswich, Oct. 14:-We had, to day; a pretty good supply of Corn, Barley was 1s. per quarter lower. Prices as follow :-Wheat, 60s. to 70s.; Barley, 388. to 42s.; Beans, old, 42s. to 46s; New; 42s. to 44s.; and Pease, 44s. to 46s, per quarter.

Wisbech, Oct. 1.There was a fair supply of Wheat to-day, fine fully supported its price, second runs a trifle lower; every thing else much the same.-Red Wheat, 58s. to 62s.; fine, 665.; White ditto, 64s. to 68s.; Oats, 22s. to 28s.; old, 30s. Beans, new; 40s., and old, 48$. per quarter.

Wakefield, Sept. 30,—There is again a large arrival of Wheat, the trade continues very heavy, and the best sorts with difficulty fetch last week's prices ; other descriptions 1s: per qr. lower.

Hull, Sept. 30.-The few samples of New Wheat that appeared on Tuesday were generally in good condition: tlrey brought rather more than last week, and but few samples left unsold. Old Beans met free sale 1s. to 2s. per quarter above the prices of last week; and Old'Oats may be considered a shade dearer, but few samples of New appear.

Newcastle-on-Tyne, Oct. 24.We had a good supply of Wheat from the farmers, bat having a great many buyers for seed, the best samples were early taken off at 1s. to 2$. per quarter advance, and the general runs were full 1s. per quarter dearer. Foreign Wheat continues to meet a very dull sale, although lower prices would be taken for quantities.. Rye selis very slowly, and prices are unaltered. A small partel of very fine Norfolk Barley arrived this morning, and was retailed to the Maltsters at 47s. per quarter. Fine Malt continues in demand. The supply of new Oats was small, and they sold at 1s. per quarter advance; but there was no alteration in the price of old Oats.- Wheat, new, 60s. to 67s.; foreign, 48s. to 56s.; Rye, 32s. 36s.; foreign, 32s. to 36s.; Barley, 47s.; Malt, 66s. to 70s.; Oats, 24s. to 30s.; foreign, 225. to 24s.; Beans, 42s. to 46s.; Pease, White, 48$. to 54s. per quarter. Flour, 50s. per sack,

COUNTRY CATTLE AND MEAT MARKETS, &c. Norwich Castle Meadoro, Oct. 1.–Our supply of fat Cattle to this day's market was tolerably good, prices 7s. 6d. to 8s. 6d. per stone of 14 lbs. Tie Store Cattle were supplied very sparingly; Scots sold from 4s. to 58. 3d. per stone, when fat. Sheep offered every week in great abundance: Shearlings, what few are sold, are from 255. to 365. A very considerable number of Stock Ewes here to-day, which sell from 28s. to 385.; Lainbs from 22s. to 30s.; but a large proportion of them remained unsold. Pigs a little cheaper, those fresh in condition, 7s. to 7s. 6d. per stone. Meat-Beef, 7d. to 9d.; Veal, 8d. to 10d.; Mutton, 6 d. to 8d.; Lamb, 8gd.; and Pork, 7d. to 8d. per lb.

Horncastle, Oct. 1.-Beef, 8s. per stone of 14 lbs.; Mutton, 7d.; Lamb, 9d.; and Veal, 8d. to 9d. per lb.

Al Morpeth market, on Wednesday, there were a great many Cattle, and a full market of Sheep and Lambs; many being inferior, fat sold readily at last week's prices.-Beef, from 6s. 9d. to 7s. 6d.; Mutton. 6s. 6d. to 78. 9d.; and Lamb, 6s. Sd. to 7s. 3d. per stone, sinking offal.

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AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN, sold in the Maritime Countics of
England and Wales, for the Week ended September 24, 1825.'

Wheat. Barley. Oats.
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d. London*

66 5....42 5....28 2 Essex

...65 7....41 3....27 0

...63 4....41 6...,27 3 Sussex.

.61 7....40 9....27 0 Suffolk

62 0....40 0....27 7 Cambridgeshire.

64 0....34 9....25 2 Norfolk

.64 9....

40 1....26 8 Lincolnshire

.65 7.

....42 9....23 3 Yorkshire

.64 5....41 8....23 I Durham

61 11....40 0. .26 0 Northumberland

59 9....36 4....25 5 Cumberland

.61 7....37 2.... 25. I Westmoreland

..62 4....33 0....24 9 Lancashire ....

63 8....0 0....23 1 Cheshire

.65 7,... 0 0....24 10 Gloucestershire.

.70 8....48 3....31 2 Somersetshire

..68 3....41 10....23 6 Monmouthshire

.65 10....

50 3.....0 Devonshire.

..64 10....4L 1....23 1 Cornwall.

66 7....38 7....27 7 Dorsetshire

.64 5....40, 1....27 6 Hampshire

..63 8....40 6....24 17 North Wales

..65 4....44 1. 23 8 South Wales

0 ....34 1....20 S * The London Average is always that of the Week preceding.

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THE AMERICAN GRATE,

From Mr. Cobbett's Model. H. & W. JUDSON respectfully inform the Nobility, Gentry, &c. they may now see a great variety of the above approved GŘATE, at The KensINGTON Srove Grate MANUFACTORY, opposite PHILLIMORE PLACE, KENSINGTON.

THE EXPANDING WEDGE. H. & W. Judson have the pleasure to inform the Public, and Sawyers in particular, who are concerned in cutting up Deals, that they are the original Manufacturers of Mr. GRIFFITHS’ Expanding Wedge, (for which a Medal was obtained from the Society of Arts,) and that they have now on hand à large Stock, from which they may be immediately supplied, at reasonable Prices.-The great utility of this novel Wedge is its effecting a considerable saving in time and labcur; being inserted into a cleft in a deal, it will open it for the length of 15 or 16 feet, without requiring to be once shifted. Full particulars may be had at The Kensington Stove Grate Manufactory, opposite Phillimore Place, Kensington.

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The Nobility, Gentry, &c. are respectfully solicited, by H. & W. JUDSON, to inspect the very great improvement which they have introduced into their PLATED CANDLESTICKS, by which a Candle is supported invisibly in the centre of the Candlestick, by means of a very simple and effective contrivance, requiring no extra attention, and rendering the unsightly appearance of a Saveall perfectly unnecessary. Kensington Stove Grate Manufactory, opposite Phillimore Place,

Kensington.

ECONOMY IN DRESS, At the Emporium of Fashion, No. 171, Fleet-street, opposite SerjeantsInn.

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Elegant Great Coats, Dress Coats, &c. cut upon scientific principles, and made equal to any House at the West End, at the following low terms, for Cash:

Superfine Great Coats, from £2 18 0 to £3 15 0
Dress Coats

2 12 6 33 0
Black, or Blue ditto

2 15 0 3 13 6 Kerseymire, or Cloth Trowsers 1 1 0 1 10 0 Waistcoats

0 1 0 0 14 0 Box, Curricle, and Driving Coats, Opera and Travelling Cloaks, Ladies' Habits, and Pelisses, plain or braided, by the most experienced Work men, and every other article of fashionable dress, at such low prices as will ensure a repetition of orders. -A suit of Livery complete, from 41. 4$. to 41. 10s,

J. Charles begs to state, thatin consequence of his making his purchases with Cash, and always keeping an extensive Stock, he is enabled to defy competition.--Observe, the Emporium of Fashion is 171, Fiect-street.

Gentlemen waited upon at their own houses, by addressing a Lette post paid.

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