Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 19, 1847, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 19, 1847 Page 2
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fb iu I at the apart men', and the Initials on certain p ; i r?vJ H'?t A ll# *arah wu really the p r<x,n to wtijci i be lodging and furniture b^louged. bat the tribunal took a different view of the nu Ur, aud ordered th? pr-weeding* to b*> discontinued. Mr. Wil-oo. the popular vocalist, has closed his Mm The Ethiopian S?r*naders appeared in their natural color at their furewU perforuiaooe. They bad a few diyl previous pe-lurned twfore the Queeu, Prinoe Albert and the Duchess of Kent. That great actor, Bnuffo, commenced an engagement at the French Theatre, London, in two of hi* favorite characters?Michael Perriu in the piece of that name aud M. Olrard in Lti firux Ptcltri. Mrs NisbeU was playing au engagement at the Hay market when lb* steamer tailed. The 3 itn season of the rbllharmonio Concerts waj brought to a close with great brilliancy, the Hanovei Rooms being crowded to axoesa Moiart's noble sym phony.de<ioni dated "Jupiter," was splendidly performed by the band, under the direction of 81 < nor Costa flrsl violin, Mr T. Cooke. Mr. DUtln and hie sons gave concerts during the week at Northampton. Mtatnford Grantham, bos ten. Lincoln Leicester, Worcester, lie., with their wonted suocess Their performances at the Bath and Bristol theatre were crowded. On the repeated sollbltatlons of M Andre Donixetti, the representative in Paris of the family of M. Uaetano Donlaetti, Monsieur le Prefect dr Police has authorised the removal of the celeorated invalidr from the dt tanlt at Ivry. where he has been confined since the month of |<'ebru ?y, 184J, to Paris, where he will remain with his nephew The Keeleys are engaged at the Haymarket. They are, however, to make ? provincial tour lefoie making their appearuuce under Woimter s wanner , mey w?r? to pUy at Yarmouth on the l*th of July, when the theatre there is to open under the management ox Mr. Davenport. Mr. Harvey Tuokstt sailed In the Patrick Henry for New York on 'J3J June. Mr. Creswick boa been engaged at the tlaymarket, and will uiukf Ins appearance tijere in the after season. Mrs Fitiwilliem ban oommenced a moat successful engagement at OiuSgow bhe pron. edu from thence to Cariule, daucdester aud Leicester Tike Margate theatre. under the direction of Mr T. Do*ton (a nephew of the Uowton) will open It* portals e*rly in t.h- eii>utug month Sir L. Bulwer Lytton's ouc neoiiiul pUy of the "Lady of Lyons," will be produoed on the first ol?h . It has been finally settled that Charles Mathews and Madame Veetris are to have the Lyceum theatre They have be?'ii for foaiu time past making extendive engagementt and have succeeded in picking up itome ' good lots" at other bouses. Amongst tbe principals of those said to be engaye , are Mr Buckstone, from the Haymarket, Mrs. 8tirllng and Mr. Gran by, from tbe I'rioct-Ks'g, Mrs Kltswilllam and Mr. Seloy. from the Adelphi. Mr. Beverley, the sceue paint-r, from the Prltreess's. Mr Basil Baker, from the Liverpool and Dublin theatres will, it is reported, make his first appearance in Dublin at this house in the ensuing winter. Mr. Leigh hurray, Mr. Emery. Mr Bellingham. and iodok other of tbe Lyceum corns, remain urder the new management. Mr. Wigau. the best Frenchman upon the stage since Morris Barnett quitted it, goes from this house to tbe Hay market theatre. Mr. Maddnx, of tbe Princess's Theatre, and Mr. Knowles. ol the Theatre Royal, Manchester, nave entered into an engagement with Jenny Lind to perform four nights at the olose of the Italian Opera season?one nignt at Blrm ugham, one night at Liverpool, and two nights at Manchester?for which she is to r. oeiveXl.340. Air. ?add<<x ha* secured tbe services of Mr. Macready for it>ree years to perform at the Princeaa'a Theatre 18 months in the course of that period. When the steamer left, arrangements were ronoluded fo giviug four theatrical performances for the benefit of Mr. Leigti Hunt, two in Loudon, and one In Liverpool and Yiauobester. Fanny ElMer appeared recently at tbe Hoy&l Italian Opera, and danced a minuet with Baderna. 91 Iwellan eoua It is now confidently stated that the seaalon of Parliament will be brought to a close on or about the 23d of July .and that Parliament will bo dissolved on the day after prorogation The geuerai impression prevails that whou the new Parliament shall assemble in October, for a brief session before Christmas as it is expected, the relative strength of parties lu the House of Commons will remain about the same as at present. i ov ir?ijr ui uiuuiuorov ucLwiwa uer uniaaDic .viajeity and tbe Grand Duke of Tuscany, signed at Floleuce on the oih April, 1847. lias just beau published. Tbe Belgian Association for Promoting Kro? Trade have invited the naMstlcal and economical enquirers of Europe to assemble iu Congrosa. at Brussels, ou tbe 10th September next. The King and liuesn of the Belgians attended by the Lady in Waitingon her >l?je-ty. Major de Moerkerke. andDr Carswell, have arrived in England on a visit to the Queen and Prince Albert. In the late debate on the Irish railway, Mr Shiel took the earliest opportnmty of pronouncing an eloquent ttud pathetic eulogy ou the late Mr. O'Conn'-li. Air Shiel cl<>s?d his address * midst the general applause of the House. The Swltierland, American line of packet ship, has Arrived at Spithead Amongst her passengers were Mr aud Mr* Charlea Keau. the oelebrated tragediaus, who landed at the Quebec, and proceeded thenoe to their vest at Key DeJl, near Portsmouth Captain Matthi; *?, so long and honorably known as the commander of tbe steamship tireat Western, as same* the commaud of tbe ship Catherine, which is about to sail fr*m London for Aden and Bombay. New Regulations for thk West I*dia StkamPacifii?1'be Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty havo informed the above company that they had resolved to ( 'abllib a direct steam communication between Southampton and New Orleans. This arrangement is to come into operation on the 3d of October next. The system proposed, will enable the inhabitant* of the Southern State* of America, particularly those bordering ou the Gulf of Mi-xioo and the Mississippi, to transact their affair* with England without the Intervention of agaucie*. as heretofore, In New York and Boaton. In order to oomplete the new regulations. It will be necessary, In tbe oourse of the present year, to establish on the Atlantic several additional steamers, which, In conjunction with thoee already existing, may be clsuwitied a? follow*:? Cunard steamers, once a week, from Liverpool to Boston and NewYerk. The New Orleans line, above alluded to. once a month, from Southampton to Cat Island Harbor, near the mouth of the Mississippi West India iteamers, ono? a month, from Southampton via Bermuda, and once a month via Barbadot*. New American line of steamers, from N*w York to Southampton and Bremen French government linn, between Havre and New York. Ditto, between Marseilles, Ouadaloupe, and Martinique, blitto. between Bordeaux and the Havana. Ditto, between Havre and the Braiils. Ditto, between St. Nazaire, Lisbon and Madeira. The Sarah Sand*?The Sarah Sands has put bnck to Cork Extract of a letter from Captain Thompson, of the steamer Sarah Sands, dated Cove of Cork. Tuesday night, 2Jd June. 1847: You will be sorry to hear that I have put back to tbls harbor, owing to an accident to our machinery, after being a* far to the westward as tbe longitude of 31. 0 0 We had a good run out of the north channel, and all went on well with us until Friday evening, when a severe jar wa* perceived lu one of our cylinders, which, however, after a while wore off. or nearly so. until Sunday morning, at 8 o'clock tbe eniiine would not work, and. after searching for tbe cause,found that a piece of brass which lined the back of tbe valve bad got loose, and jarred tbe valve In the other cylinder it appears tha pleoe of brass I* all one piece?but that in this case one of tbe workman had cut this piece off In a mistake while tbe engine* were being constructed and that it was merely put in with six small pins, which were insufficient?thus causing an accident which is very mortifyiDg I determined to bear up for Cork, and have coine nearly 600 miles since Sunday at 9 A. M. I think we can munage to get all repaired and sail on Saturday. I thought this the best course to take, as with the westerly and light winds, which we might expect at this time of the year, there was every probability of our making a very long passage with sail only As it la, I have slrong nopes, It we leave nere ax I expect on Saturday, we may get out In 16 (lay*, and than In some degree mitigate the disappointment I shall start for Cork in an bour, with my chief engineer, and uh every exertion to gut repaired aa toon an possible We hare sailed about 1.30(1 milt* since we left " T*s 8ii4m?Hir Wasiiinoton?This vessel's passage between Bremen and Southampton, hare In a great measnre Justified the estimate of her qualities made In New York. She arrived at Bremen on the 19th ultimo, de?orated with the American flag and the state flag ot Bremen A grand dinner was given on board on the 33d, to oelebrate her arrival Several speeches were delivered, and Consul Oelrtehs intimated that the second ship of tbe company, which Is in rapid progress, would not be oalled the Lafayette, but would toar the name of Hermann. the liberator of Oermany. The Washington left Bremen on tbe 94tb, her regular day of sailing, and reaohed Southampton on the 37th, In tne forenoon, performing tbe voyage In forty-six hours. In oonsequence of the eager curiosity expressed to view tbe Interior, the Amertoan oonsal. Mr Croskey, baa resolved to issue tickets of admission, to be sold at Is each, the proceeds to be applied to charitable purposes. The Washington i> to leave Southampton for New Vork on the 10th inst She has brought about sixty passengers from Bremen, most of whom go on to New York. Amongst them are six nuns. Thu 8Tr.am?nir 0?t*i Bkitai.v?Great hopes are entertained that this mighty vessel will be released from her present position in the Bay of Dundrum It is already well known that Mr Brunei, tbu eminent engU jeer, first attempted to get her afloat by mean) of a breakwater of faggots ; but this not proving sufficient, '.apt Claiton, tne eminent naval officer. directed mother breakwater of green timber to be placed beforit 'he bruakwater of faggots, and, through their combined xertions and ingenuitv. there is reason to believe that this splendid vessel will be got off during oue of the early tides of July. Abuut twenty huge boxes are being framed and placed on the sides of the vessel, In order to ?id lu g< Uir g her off. and the most sanguine expectations of suooeas ars entertained of tbe result The barrier of greeu limber has been spoken of very approvingly, even In the House of Lords, where the attention of *ne admiralty was direotcd to tne sntject. The Reieaie or the CiimiiTt.?Lloyd's List of .'one i4tb contains the following note, dated Barcelona, 17th of June: Tbe Carmellta. Lltilefleld, from Maysguer to 1 nest*, *uich mas brought in here 3d ult. by a Mexican privateer '.ins been declared by the authorities to be reie<sed. and It is expected will be able to put to r>ea about the iotu Inst. AMxaican Bucwiri?The vessel Husquehannah, recently errivedat the port ot Liverpool from Philadelphia, hits brought In additii n bamls ol flour llt>3bar? rels of our.. mr,l 43 boxe.uf ?,?f. M h?K "headVaml J4 b '*e? of bacon, lu.eoil busbeis ot wheat, nE less th"u?i? oarrels Of brend, (or common biscuit) and at,9 barrataof aaoc fancy bi^nit being, if we nustakeuotiheU?^" t importation ! the kluU which hns tuken place fr.,m tbe United States 'l bs vessel I'atrlck Henry ,ince a^ rived New Vork, has also brought the verv iarire i'Mul-ty ol 10U5 barrels of soda biscuits, nud 4ixi oKCk i^ej of bre*i or common bisouiU, the produotlr u and -4u.uuf^i:ture (>f the I'nited States of Vuerica. By a re jfel order o| the Trvawy. blteuit# I mailed frtmi *r, 1 1 11 ?? i I etgm o><untriM. other than fancy blaooit or mtuMnn I j ary, ? ? free of duty antil the l?t of iefteokher n?t. ! Slue* tha orJw k?< been Issued Nftml very Urge Impor| taiion* comprising whole ew(o?>, 1?t? taken place I from the Hkuiwtlie and other of the (i?nun HisUm of | Europe, but none that we in aware of, la comparison , with those above mentioned, have hitherto taken place i froui the other ltd* of tha Atlantic.?London Timet, \ June ?1. I Navigation or thi 8t. La^benc*.? It U stated by authority In tha Home of Cobdodi. that tha privilege , lataly conceded by the proclamation of tha Governor 1 General of Canada, relaxing tha law* affecting the na> I vitiation of tha 8t Lawrence, by which American vesm-li", small river craft, are permitted to bring their flour . and corn into tbin country. Is but temporary, and woulu cease. ai a matter of course, whi'D the navigation laws ! ceased to be suspended. German Emigration.-Emigration to Amerio?,on a wholesale scale, is still going on. The United States get 1 the majority of the emigrants, aud nearly all the best. i Home vintages are entirely depopulated by this emigration mania, and the governments are beginning to be [ alarmed at it. The CiiLiari.?The last acoounts from the north of Spain state the Carilsts are becoming daily more bold, i md that they bave shown themselves in numerous detached bodies in Catalonia. The lltraldo says that a conspiracy has been discovered in the town of Fenelloss. in Catalonia, to poison the military detachments ' stationed there. Tne Captain General of that province has Issued a proclamation, threatening to puniah the priests who trouble the consciences of their penitent* In political matters Kood Riots ?A telegraphic despatch has been received at Paris, announcing that food riots had broken out at M ulhausen.and the colonel of the troops who were called out, having been assailed and struck by the mob. the troops Bred on the populace, and three or four persona were killed. Mvstebioui Announcement.?A rumor very currently prevails in fashionable circles to the effect that ere long something wilt probably be heard of a matrimonial alliance between a venerable and distinguished military commander, high in the favor of hi* sovereign (Duke of Wellington) and a rich heiress. (Mi*a Coutts) whose munificence is only equalled by the extent of her worldly possessions.?London Morning Pott, July 3. Visit of thi Quken to Inverness and Hither land ? We have reoeiveu the following information from a source on which we place the utmost reliance Th* Queen ban taken Lag<an from the Marquis of Abel corn for the eboollng Messon The Court will remain there I'rnin the beginning of August to the beginning of Sep teuiber. Her Ylajesty. it is understood, will visit Internet* oa her way to Dunrobln, the seooud week in S?pt. coming down the Caledonian Ca. ai from Fort William We may anticipate for the Royal party a magnificent "gathering of the claus " Since the days of the Fiery Cross, no such rallying-cry has been heard as the name of the Queen, and from Ben Nevis to Ben More, in Assynt, the whole population will be poured forth to cheer every step of the Royal progress. It Isnow'JSA years sluce Mary Queen of Scots visited Inverness, and no other British Sovereign has sinoe penetrated into our northern region. The shooting lodge of the Marquis ol Abercorn siaudson the margiu of Loch Laggan, at Ard wreckie, on the property of Cluny Maepberson. " The scale on which this lodge Is erected," says the author of the Statistical Acoouut, ' may be inferred from the Act that it Is taxed lor sixty windows " The interior ae commodation is of the most splendid discription, and Mr. Edwin Landxeer. in one of his visits to the north, graoed the walls of some of the rooms with the fruits of his inimitable genius.?Invrrneu Courier. Association roa the aorawccmxnt or Science.? The present year's meetlDg has been held at Oxford, and has been honored by the presenoe of Prince Albert, the Prince Edward of Saxe Weimar, the Prince of Canlno. the Chevalier Bunsen, the American Minister, .Count Rosen, deputed by the Crown Prince of Sweden to exhibit some elaborate maps executed by the latter ; Professor Struve, the eminent astronomer ; Dr. Langberg. Baron de lit Krtsnage, Professor Vansder Hoeven,of Levden ; M. de Verueuil. Professor Nillsonnu, of Lund ; and M. Major, who is now in this oountry, deputed by the Norwegian government to make inquiries concerning lunatlo asylums in England, (to. Sir Roderick J. Murchlson, at the meeting on Saturday week, surrendered the presidential chair to Sir R H. luglis, M. P. for the University, who made an able speech on the occasion. The claims of La Verrlerand Adams, the Telescope of Lord Rosse, the catalogues of stars of Laoaille. and the Historie Celeste, were the ohief poin s of his speeoh on astronomy. Having reviewed the new disooveries in the various branches of science, Sir H. Inglls, in notioingthe eleotrlo telegraph, Bald? " The hjstem is dally extending. It wh. however in the United .States of America that It was tiret adopted on a great scale by Profesi-or Alorse in 1844 ; aud.it is there that it is now already developed most extensively Lines for above 1300 miles are in action ; and connect those Slates with Her Majesty's Canadian provinces ; and It is in a course of development so rapid, tha'., in the wt rds of the report of Mr Wilkinson to my distinguished friend, his Excellency Sir W. E. Colebrooke, the Governor of New Brunswiek, to which I have jui-t adverted, ' No sohedule of telegraphlo lines oan now be relied upon for a month In succession, as hundreds ol miles may be added In that space of time, do easy of attainment does such a result appear to be. and so lively Is the interest /elt in Its aeoomcllshment, that it is scarcely doubtful th"t the whole of the populous parts of the United States will, within two or tbrue years, be covered with a telegraphic uetwork like a spider's web, suspending its principal threads upon important points along the sea board ot the Atlantic on one side, and upon similar points along the Lake Frontier on the other. Iain Indebted to the saine report fur another fact, which I think the Association will regard with equal interest. ' The oonfldence in the efficiency of telegraphic oommunioatlon has now beoome so established, that the most important commercial transactions daily transpire by its means, between correspondents several hundred utiles apart. Oecular evidence of this was afforded me by a cotnmunieation a few uilnutes old between a merchant in Toronto and his correspondent in New York, distant about 632 miles.' 1 am anxious to call your attention to the advantsges which oth-r olasses also may experience from this mode of oommuuicatton, as I find It In the same report. When the Hibernia steamer arrived in i>oeton, in January 1847, with the news of the scarcity in (ireat Britain, Ireland, and other parts of Europe, and with heavy order* for agrioultnral produce, the farmers in the Interior of the States of New York?informed of t he state of thing* by the Magnetic Telegraph?were thronging the streets of Albany with innumerable team-loads of grain almost an quickly after the arrival of the steamer at Boston an the news of that arrival could ordinarily have reached them. 1 may add that, irrespectively of all its advantages to the general community, the system appears to give already a fair return of interact to the Individuals er companies who have invested their capital in its application.'' At the concluding meeting Sir R. Murchison, when remarking upon the presence of foreigu literati who had attended, said " First, as to America, let us rejoice that cultivators of science from New York, Pennsylvania Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and other States of the Union, have been headed on the ccasion by Mr. Bancroft. Let me remind you, gentlemen, that this is the third time we have been honored by the presence of representatives of the United States and that the last who so honored us was that eminent scholar, Mr. Everett.who now worthily presides over the Cambridge University of New England On this occasion we have had among us the accomplished individusl who unites in his own person the historian and representative of his oountrymen. and who specially loves to dwell upon the deeds of their ancestors, our common fathers." The next meeting of the association will be held on the 9th of August. 1848, at Swansea. Financial Intelligence* [From the London Times, July 3.J Friday tvcMino.?For the first time for some weeks, corn and consols have to-day simultaneously declined The English funds opened at the closing quotations of yesterday, and the first price of oonsols was 89%. from which, however, they gradually went down to 88X to % Bank stook left off 196 to 197; Reduced Three per Cents 89; Three-anii-a-Quarter per Cents, 90% to 91; Long Annuities, 9 to 1-18; India Bonds, 6s. to 10s premium; and Exchequer Blils. large. 9s. to l'is. premium; small, 16s to M*. The market for foreign securities has undergone no remarkable ohange this afterternoon, save a slight participation in the flatness which has generally characterized operations at the Stook Exchange. The bargains were Braillian, small, at 85; Mexioan Five per Cents, for the acoount, at 19X; Portuguese Four per Cents, at 31; Spanish Five per Cents, at ;J1X for money, and at -II for the account; Passive, at 4%; the Three per Cents, for account, at 33%, ex div.: Dutch Two-and-a-Half per Cents, at 67^; and the Four per Cent Certificates, at 89* In the foreign exchanges to-day bills, generally speaking, went off currently at rates rather lower than last post. Th. imu.iln.. rst IV,. \ 1.1 f\ .1 t Co , of Preston, wtui announced this morning The bouse bad for gome time been In a declining condition, from losses on advances to ita customer*, and tbe recbnt failure of a manufacturing lirm named Kcoles and Co , who were known to be considerably indebted to tbem. canned the present event to be generally anticipated. The liabilities, which are not understood to be very large, are chiefly to depositor*, and although the general assets are expected to yield soarcely anything, it in hoped that a fair (livid nd may be obtained from the private property of the senior partner, who Rome time back gave up autlve connection with the business. and retired to Settle, in Yorkshire Tbe Arm did not issue their own note*, and consequently the poorer classes are not likely to suffer to any extent from the disaster. Tbe return from the Bauk of Kngland for the week ending the 36 th of J an* gives the following results when compared with the previous week ? Public Deposits. .?9.796,647 Increase ?A38,3.V7 Other Deposits. . 7,930,706 Decrease 239.756 Kent 3,463,990 Increase 9,966 On the other side of the account :? Oovnt securKiesXl 1,707,317 Decrease ?1.041 Other secui lties 18.816,773 Increase .itwstil Notes unemp'yd 6.636.630 Decrease 39,436 The amouut of notes In circulation 1s ?10.061,016, being an increase of ?8S,396; and thn stock of bullion in both departments Is ? 10,626,406, showing an increase of ?11,400 when compared with tbe preoudlug return [From the Lendon News, July 3 J Friday Kvr.MiMu. - Some tightness in the money market was experienced to day, which may be attributed to tbe near approach of the 4th. which is understood to be a more than usually heavy bill day. Tbe rates of discount remain, however, unaltered, although tbe paper offered might be rather more strictly scrutinised as to dato. The payment of dividends, now close at band, will perhaps tend partly to remedy for a short time this temporary scarcity of accommodation, but, at tbe sante time, as the loans in gr< ss made by tbe Bank out of public deposits must be called in about the same time, and as a Urge amouut of railway calls have to be auswered I during tbe month, It may be assumed that, taking If to | account also the large payments for foreign breadatuffs fallli g doe, money, that in accommodation is not liktl; ' to be cheaper for i?'mi? llinetocoaie This may serve to show the fallaciousness of tb > assumptions in several of the papers for some time past abt ut the superabundance of money, and Immediately forthcoming reduoI tions of the lateof Interest by the official orgsn of the Rank, as well as the statements that banks and discount bonnes were taking in first cla/s paper at per cent. | It may tie safely asserted that nothing of tli? kind, in r?- I ! spe?t vf th? banks and dlsoount houses, has taken place; ! i the u<?-antlen of tb* Bank speaks 1tar ItMtf j E [Fw*WI ? *m Now. Jwly ?.] Tmih?04T Ths buk director* mat at their I weekly board to-day foT the despatch orbualneaa, and, as ?h to be expected, without making any alteration In the rate of interest. The (took market was Hat, with prices a shade lower on the average than yesterday. Consuls, after touching 8D>4. ranging merely between that price and W. left off 89)? for the opening As if by common consent. Utile deposition was evinced for active business, and the tran*aotlons therefore war* upon the smallest scale that has been witnessed for some time paat. Reduced threes were to V Three and-a-quartrr per cents. 91K to .'? long annuities. 0 to l-NJ ; exchequer bills. 8a to lis premium; India bouds, 7a to 10a premium ; bunk stock, 1WI to 7. It In evident that the decisive statement of Lord John Hussell about the Irish potato crop, that it waa in a perishing state, founded aa that statement must have been upon many scores, if not hundreds, of reports, from the many hundreds of extra official*, specially employed to wait upon tho necessities, and report upon the prospects and condition of that part ot the empire, has made a deep impression on the public mind, of which the paaalve state of the funds is but the least important sign In fact, however, this is not the only oiroumatance weighing at present upon funded values. Capitalists aro anxiously looking forward to the loan which it is known will be required for the publio service In Krunce. to make up the twofold disadvantage of deficient revenue and extraordinary expenditure The amount of the loan to be required ia variously conieotured at from eight to twelve million* sterling. The government, whilst preasing forward the appropriationa for the various department*, have sedulously put off any intimation of the sum that will be really required until they shall be forced to speak out, when the ways aad mean* shall oome under discussion. It Is, however, not understood that the whole sum will be required at once; it is thought even that the contraot of a loan may be deferred for some time should the state of money markets miiku such an operation inopportune ; but it U held to be of urgent necessity that the government should be armed with authority, by a vote of the chambers, to raise the amount required by loan at such season aa should be judged moat convenient It haa not escaped observation here that French fund* and railway shares have Utterly come with a depression uuaocountatile, whilst'prices hava been so uprising hare, except on tUe understanding that the Bourse at Pari* wax laboring uuder th? knowledge of a pressure forthcoming Some considerable amount* of stock, and masses of railway shares, tbe Northerns of France more especially, are said to have been reoently carried to market by capitalist holders, the latter both in Paris and here. The foreign market remains nevicted,with quotations for the fancy speculative stocks lower Spanish Fives were 3<>X to l>i; the Threes ware last quoted 33H to 3 ex-dividend. Portuguese. 30 to 3. It may be observed, although tbe fact was known long ago, from tbe non-advertisement of the divlkende In the usual oourse, that the flaancial agency of Portugal has now given notice that payment of the July dividends Is postponed until the government shall be In funds Mexican were 19 to J*. New Grenada, 19 to K; Braxilian, 83K to 4>i; Buenos Ayres, 35 to 7. Dutch Two-and-a-Half per Cents are now quoted ex-dividend at 67,*? to ^; the hours, 89}i to 00. Tlte Corn'Trade ot Europe. [From the Mark Lane Express, Juue 38.] Though tbe weather has not been altogether favorable during the week, we hear of no complains respecting the appearance of the growing grain crops; indeed, tbe reports from the agricultural counties generally, speak well of our future prospects, and the only barm that has bean done by the heavy rains which have fallen, has been retarding tbe c irrying. and, in some cases, damaging the hay crop. With regard to potatoes, the accounts ooutinue of a very conflicting character; and though it is pretty certain that the disease of the last two seasons has reappeared in certain localities, in other parts of the country the plant looks very promising; and, in our opinion, tbe indications of the disorder are not so manifest as to lead to well founded fears of so serious a failure as many parties seem to apprehend. The enormous importance of the potato crop has been fully proved this year; for tnere can be no question that the loss thereof has had more to do with the high prices of provisions. than any serious deficiency in the yield of wheat. The. future value of grain will, therefore, in a great measure, depend on whether the blight again proves as destructive as it did in 1845 and 1846, or not?a matter which cannot possibly bo decided on for some time to come. The generally auspicious reports relative to the corn crops, and the appearance of large supplies of bread stuffs from abroad at tbe principal maritime ports, have had the effect of oausing a decided uawillinguess oil the part of buyers to purchase beyond what has been necessary for iheir Immediate wants; and though the deliveries of grain from the home growers have undergone little or no increase, prioes ot most articles have receded materially at all the leadlug provincial markets held since our last. The arrivals into Liverpool have been immense, and on Tuesday it was found Impossible to make progress in sales, even at considerably reduced terms. Wheat was then quoted 6d. per 70 lbs ; barley, beans, and peas 3s.; Indian corn 3s. to 4s. per qr.. and oats 3d. per 46 lbs lower than on tbat day se'ennight. Later in tbe week a further small decline had to be submitted to, and on Friday western canal flour, whioh was on the previous market day Etill worth 40s., was freely offered at 30s. per bbl. without meeting with much attention. At the chief oonsumlng towns in Yorkshire, the trade has also become extremely languid. At Hull, on Tuesday, an Increased quantity of wheat was shown, which sold slowly at an abatement of 3s. to 4s. per qr. an.I at Leeds lower terms had likewise to be taken before any progress could be made In the disposal of either English or foreign wheat. Thu advices from Bristol, Birmingham, and other markets in that neighborhood, are of a similar character. At the chief shipping porta on the east coast.depending entirely on the farmers for supplies, much more firmness has been shown. Neither at Spalding, on Tuesday, nor Boston, on Wednesday, was any disposition avinced to accept less money, and at Lynn wheat was actually held Is. per (jr. higher; the demand was however, very slow at each of these places, and the business done unimportant. From Scotland we learn that the grain crops were progressing favorably; but there, as with us, there was a good deal of talk aboat the reappearanoe of the potato disease: this bad, however, failed to produoe much Impression, and prices of wheat had reccded 3s. to 3b.. and those of spring oorn is. to-Js., at Edinburgh, Glasgow, and other large markets. The acoounts from Ireland respecting the potato crop, are fully as contradictory as they were last week, and the news from thence leaves the matter In the same state of doubt as before Meanwhile, large supplies of foreign oorn have arrived at Cork, and prices have grven way in the Irish markets rather more than on this side of the Channel. We hare again to report a very small arrival of Wheat coastwise into London, only 1,49? qrs. baring come to hand during the week ending this (Saturday) erenlng The quantity brought forward at Mark Laue by landcarriage samples,from the neighboring counties,has been equally unimportant: Indeed tbere was scarcely anything fresh up either on Wednesday or Friday, the show on the frssex, Kent and Suffolk stands consisting of that portion of Monday's supply then left unsold. Under these clrcumstanoes factors have not been disposed to make any concession ; and though the millers hare conducted their operations with the utmost caution, the necessity for employing a proportion of fresh-thrashed English for mixing with the foreign of inferior quality (of which there is now an abundance on the market) has obliged them tn nav the rates demanded On the whole, there was rather less doing towards the clone than In the commencement of the week, and purchasers were enabled to buy on quite as moderate terms on Friday as before. The supply of Wheat from abroad has been liberal, having consisted of no leas than 58.675 qrs.; it must, however, be recollected that our granarieit were nearly empty a few w< eks ago, that the consumption of London and ita suburb* is upwards of 30,000 qrs per week In Wheat and Flour, and that the receipts of English have been very insignificant for months past if, therefore, anything like an active country demand should spring up (which is not unlikely.) the loreign arrivals, even if they should continue on the same liberal scale, would not prove m?ch too gTeat for our wants. Manv of the cargoes from the Block Sea and other distant port*, besides being of Inferior quality, have come to hand in bad order; and these will have to be landed and restored to something like condition before theycan be,used Really good Wheat, particularly the finer sorts, from the B tltic, have met with a fair share of attention ; the demand has, however, been freely met by importers, who are naturally anxious to avoid landing expenses : the turn has, consequently, been in favor of the buyer Several parcel* of good Danzig were sold, on Wednes day, at from 82s, to 83s . and the best might then have been purchased at 86s to 88s per qr ; sinoe then sellers have endeavored to obtain a further concession, and there was in consequence less doing on Friday. In quotations of town-made flour. no change has taken place, but the sale of the article has been much interfered with by the comparatively low rates at which American has been offered ; of the latter upwards of 36,397 barrels have arrived during the week, and coneiderable anxiety has been manifested to sell from on board. The very best brands of Western Canal have uwu uurrcu at ??b., ?uu m cuauarj norm ai per doi. The market ha* been moderately supplied with Kn? Hah Barley. only 344 qra having bee a reported ; but from abroad 11.017 qrs. have coiue to band The transaction* in this grain have been on quit* a retail scale ; and It la not improbable that the sale of grinding qualitii-M will be materially circumscribed for lome time to oome. a* the priori a*lied for the lnfeilorand out ofconditioned parcels of Indian Corn lately arrived will bring thla article into competition The little Barley which ha* changed bands alnoe Monday has been parted with at ratea which would not then hare been accepted. Malt haa hung very heavily on band, and to have hucceeded In disponing of any quantity lower ratea must have been taken The supplies of home-grown Oata have be, to on the name scanty nature hh previously ; from our own o"aat only 316 qra , from Hcotlaud noun, and Irom Ireland 836 qr* have com? to hand ; having, however, received upwards of il.SUI qra. from abroad, tbe small ness of the home aupply haa not been telt, and. ao far from any rally haTlng occurred, the tendency of prior* baa been ateadily downwarda. A large portion of tbe arrival ia from Riga, and further supplier from the name port and from Archangel are believed to be cloae at hand, wbicb the dralera appear to have made up their minds to wait for before they begin to buy largely. The buaineaa done both on Weduesday and Friday waa principally in Klga Oata, which were offered comparatively cheaper than other aorta, aay at 28s. to 'i9a per qr., according to quality. Deana and Peaa have been almoat wholly neglected thla week, and it haa h?come neariy impossible to give correct quotation* : but that those artlclea might hare been bought cheaper at the cloae thau in tbe beginning of the week U oertain. Indian l orn baa been presalagly offered at ratea which have at length paused It to attraot aome alight attention, and a few retail lota have changed hand* (it 48*. to AOs per qr. The reports from the Mediterranean are exceedingly dull thla week. At Marseille* a perfect panic appeaia to have been caused in the corn trade by the extent ol the arrivals from t he Bla k Mm. and the sudden cessation of the Urituh demand. Letters from thence of the 10th inst inform ua that |Od<Mi Wheat had been frcoly offered at 4ia, and the beat I'ollsh at 44a per quarter, free on board, but tbe anxiety to sell was then DM quite so great a* It n?d previously been. Letter* from Leghorn, of the Kith June, utate (bat the crop* in Jtelt m.f fi*?Mn?. and (hjthair.it r mi * . r_. ommUIom wewUkelyto be eoMaaoad abovt the eloae q of the month. The fkvorabte appearance ot the crop* J and arrival of lance foreign supplies had caused the beat c Polish Odesea to b? offered at 40s 6d to All M, anil other 7 descriptions of wheat at corresponding rate*. Vessels t ware soareu. and freight* very high. At Genoa, on the a lath of June, wheat wa* held with more flrmnaaa; and I an Impreasion pre railed there that prloea had bean at the lowest. li Krom the north of Europe the report* are very flat ? this week; mill price* are relatively higher In the Battle I) than with us. Krom Dansig we have letters of the 19th t of June; previous to the arrival of the English letter* of b the lltb iunt. 300 lasts of wheat, emulating of red mixed 11 and fine mixed, had been fold at prioea varying froui J 74* to 78* per quarter, free on board, bat subsequently a the demand bad beoome languid, and quotations were t then little better than nominal. Considerably increaaed ii arrival* from the interior were expected, which might, * it wan thought, cause some further decline In price*. * At Rostock and Stettin littlu or nothing appear* to * have been done, and. in the absence of business, quota- b tlons had undergone no material variation; the tenden- t cy bad. however, been downward*. ? At Hamburg, on the 23d of June, the best red Upland n wheat was quoted 86* to 87 per qr.. with but very little g doing In the artiole; and Rye, on the spot, was obtainable at equal to A3s to 64s per qr. free on board. Spring t Corn bad been quite neglected, and scaroely a bargain * had been closed either in Barley or Oat*. j' [ Krom Wilmer's Times, July 4 ] t London.?The accounts from abroad, combined with t large import* and splendid weather, have placed our grain r trade in a very dull and declining position. Trices of t all description* have tumbled down In all directions. On r the 21st ult. factors succeeded in raising the prioa of o Knglish wheat 38 per quarter. Foreign moved off slow- J ly at our last quotations. Indian Corn was procurable t at considerably reduced prions. On the 23d little bust- o ness was done, and the advance noted above was lost ? k in Indian Corn no transactions. On the 26th hardly v any business was transacted, both holders and buyers F acting oautioutly; Indeed, bad the latter shown any dis- i position to operate, lower prices for every article would 1 have been accepted On the 28th with an increased t supply there was a decreased demand; and though fuc- I lor* were willing to accept pricer (is to 8* per qr , and in n some cases 10s b>-low those of that day week, they could s not sucoeed in clearing tbe standi, formga nuctl was o likewise Very difficult of disposal: aud we mutt reduce tl quotations of the latter quite as much as those of tbe for- I: iner. The millers put down the top prise of flour to 70s pr 8 sack. and American flour was at least 2s per bbl lower A tban on Monday last. Beans were, in consequenoe of II large foreign arrivals, offered Us to 3s per qr. cheaper e Peas were obtainable at a deolu.e of Is to 2s per qr, and b Indian Corn was wholly neglected. On the 30th the o trade continued to rule exceedingly dull, in no respeot tl recovering the depression above noted, buyers all keep- si lng completely on the reserve; prices were therefore p merely nominal. The market held on tbe 2d instant a was veiy quiet, and wheat sold at a reduotlon of 6s per tl qr. Oats are Is to 2s per qr cheaper, aud llow sale at p this decline; Russian oats taking the lead, and other p sorts only establishing a comparative value. Most of the h beans are ordered to be landed, and appear to be in Arm b hands. But few transactions were reported in other d grain, the market being more of a nominal oharaoter; a but holders Arm as could reasonably be expected, and r looking for an early arrival in the demand. fi Livknpool..?Sinoe the sailing of the last West India t steamer, the trade in all sorts of grain and grain pro- * duce bus been most inactive. This has been oaused a by the large arrivals of breadstuff's wtiioh have been " pouring in from America and the continental porta of 1 Europe. At the niarkat held on the 18th, there was a 0 moderate retail demand for most of tbe leading articles, P but at very Irregular prices. A decline generally was fl submitted to ol 'id. to 3d. per bushel on wheat, 2a. per ? bushel on oats, 2s. per quarter on Indian corn, 2s per " barrel on Indian oorn meal, and is. per barrel on Ameri- ? can (lour. On the 22d a fair extent of business was ^ done in wheat, at a decline of from 4d. to 6d. per bushel ? from the extreme rates of the ISth. There was a very " large show of samples of Indian oorn, but more than * tbree-iourths of it woe unfit for purposes of human * food. Of cboioe yellow there was little offering, aud the jj best samples brought 49s. per 480 lba., which is about 4s. b per quarter lower than last Tuesday Indian corn meal ? was selling at from 21s. to 24s, per barrel. There was 11 raather a large business done in barrel flour, and * 40s. per barrel was taken in quantity tor West- " em canal, but for small parcels Is. per barrel more K was obtained. Irish and English flour was 3s. per * Hack lower A further decline of 2d per bushel on * wheat was submitted to on the 25th. Choice samples of * Indian oorn brought an advance of it per qr, but only a " limited business was done. On tbe 29th there was a " middling attendance of the trade, and an unprecedent- * ?dly large show of samples of all kinds of grain and flour. ' The market was as depressed as possible, aud prloes were ' very considerably lower. The sales made of wheat were J' at a decline of Is per 70 lbs. and in several instances Is ' rid less was taken than those of that day week. Barley was Is per tj# lb lower. Egyptian beans offered at 30s q per 480 lbs. Pea* were not aaked for. Very good white j Indian oorn was sold at 40s, and ptime yellow, in retail, at 42s and 44aper 460 lbs. Indian oorn meal realised 20s per barrel. Western canal flour offered at 37s, and Canadian at 30s ner barrel, and the transactions were verv circumscribed. The weather ia now very warm and 8 seasonable. On the 2d our market was tolerably well atteudvd; both town andcountri millers were extremely inactive, and all descriptions of British as well as foreign wheat, therefore, met a very dull limited sale at a decline from our last quotations of 4d to 6d per 70 lbs Hour being offered at a further abatement of 2s to 2s 6d per barrel, induced a rather better demand, Western brands obtaining 34s (id to 36s per barrel, and other qualities on proportionably low terms Indian oorn commanding a fair degree of attention, nearly supported our last quotations; aud corn meal, being the more saleable, was the turn dtiarcr. Average Trice or Grain. If/it. Brly. Oatt. Hyt. Bns. Peai Flour \-ny22 85 2 52 7 31 11 58 7 51 7 55 0 0 0 May 19 108 S 56 5 :?6 3 73 11 50 10 59 S 0 0 June 6. 99 10 55 3 35 II 72 0 6" 3 61 8 0 0 June 12 ? 10 52 0 31 1 67 1 57 8 59 1 0 0 June 19 91 7 52 1 33 9 70 II 57 5 56 10 0 0 Juue 26 91 4 52 4 32 11 64 11 57 8 57 0 0 0 Asrr'fe av'rage ol6 weeks... 91 10 it 0 34 6 70 8 58 3 59 2 0 0 The Pri<-k? ok Breadstuffs at Liverpool, July 3. Wheat, per 70 lb? s. d. e. d. Canadian, red . . ? 90a 10 0 White 10 0 a 10 6 United States red 9 9 a 10 3 White 10 3 a 10 9 Barley, distilling, 60 lb C > a 6 0 Oats, per 46 lb 4 7a 49 Pease. Canadian, white 6o 0 a 66 0 Indian Corn, per 4H0 lb 40 0 a 44 0 Indian Meal, per 196 lb 20 0 a 21 0 Flour, per barrel, 196 lb? Canadian sweet 84 0 a 36 0 United States sweet 34 0 a 3d 0 Do. and Canadian sour 28 6 a 29 0 Havre, June 23?Wheat and Flour.?Notwithstanding the fluctuations in most of our internal markets, and p the decline that has taken place In England, prices of flour hare undergone but very little alteration since our last report, and although the amount of imports has been considerable, the effect produoed has hitherto been of comparatively little importance. The transactions, however, have not been extensive, consisting only of 11.000 bbls, as follows .?New York and Genesee, In loco, at 61 to 63f; New Orleans, in loco, at 50 to 61f, and to arrive in the course of this month, at 48 60 to 69f per bbl We now quote New Orleans, in looo, at 60f, and New York at SIC. For delivery in July a concession of 1 ->0 to 2f could be obtained on these quotations About 4000 bbls damaged were run off by auction at 33 to 60f per bbl. During tho past week prices of wheat have experienced an advanoe. Tho sales effected were 13.000 hectolitres, say, New Orleans and Philadelphia at 93 to 9Sf. Danish at 93 to 90f, and Dansio at 98 to lOOf per saok of 300 kil. At a publio sale held, 6300 bags New Orleans, in a heated state, were offered, but the whole wits withdrawn at 80f 26o. Home lots of rye were run off at 69f 2ftc to 6!lf 75o, but the remainder waa withdrawn from the uuction. The imports were 71.190 bbl* flour, 39.079 bags wheat, 13.642 bags rye, from the United States, and 7 cargoes wheat from the Baltic, the Mediterranean. See June 30.?The propitious state of the weather, coupled with the promising appearance of the corn crops, have given a downward tendenoy to prioes of bread-stuffs, which were in a drooping sonditlon in all our markets, as well as in the English ports. The sales In flour amount to 8500 bbls. at f 60 down to 47 for New Orleans. In looo. and f 61 down to 48 per bbl. for New York and Oenesee. The? latter, deliverable la Jnly, were sold yesterday at f 10 Tl to 40 60 per bbl. in boud. Prices of wheat have also undergone a decline, and the sales effected wereaa follows, viz; ?30 0 bags New Orleans at tMto86; 4n00 bags to arrive, at f8i; 0000 hactolltres Polish at f79 to 80; 3000 heotolitres Hiohilia at f 0J to 91; and 160 hectolitres Hamburgh atf93 to 96 60, per sack of 200 kil. At the last Moutivilller* market th'* avxraso price ot home growth was f 96 per sack, making a decline of f 3 on the previous quotations The imports were 48 747 bbls. Hour, 230 bbls. rye and Indian corn flour, 39.604 bags wheat, 1433 bags rye, from the United States, and 18 cargoes wheat from the north and the Mediterranean. Markets. Liverpool Cottow Mahkkt?For Iht Ifetk ending June 26 ?The middling ami inferior qualities of American and Hurat cotton aru !^d per lb higher during the week ; Brazil 3id ; Egyptian and other descriptions remain uncuanged. The trade have been the leading i operator*, on Monday taking upwards of 10,000 bal?s; the demand from them has beeu kept up throughout the ..,U Ku ..n>l nr.. ol?au ?itV? iViu a<l*an/*n abore mentioned firmly maintained Seven days later aooount* have been received [torn America, which Dhow the receipt* at the dlttrrent port* to b? Hteaiiily ou the decrease. the difference during the week, oompared with i Hauiu period last year bring It) 04)0 bain, making a total deficiency of 264.000 bale* In other respecte we have nothing new The accouuU are rather better from Manchester. the d -mand there being pretty good, und In ?omrcaMt? somewhat higher prices have been obtained ; but epiunerit and uianutaCturer* require a considerable advance yet to make their trade a profitable bonnes* i American ii 00. 4l.'0U Huratc. and 100 I'ernam have been taken on speculation ; and 38oO American, Wtift Suratn aud 090 Pernau for export. The sale* for the week amount to 64,490 baled .Inother Rrfiort ?The demand ha? been very good throughout the week from the trade : exporter* and peculator* have alio bought freely The market continue* firm, with price* uraiually hardening, being now fully Hd per lb higher for American an 1 Hurat, and Hd | to l<d for most description* of long atapled (particularly | Uahia and Egyptian), than on thl* day week. 3880 American. (>60 hurat and A00 remain, have been ta??n i tor export, and 6700 Ami rioan. 100 iWnam, and 4000 | Surat on rpeculatloa. The *ale* for the week amount to ] A4.4P0 bale* ! for the Week Ending July 1-V? have pamted a | week of nonaiderable exoitument a* far a* iegard< the | extent of bualne'*. The *ale* each day have been large, aud on Wednesday nearly 40 000 bag* ohanged hand- , yenurday aud thl* morutng we have been comparatively ( quiet 1'he demand ha* extended lt.*elf not ouly to Aoe , . rloari description*, but to all Clausen of cotton, and we | hare co raUe the *cale of our quotation* ,H?d per lb since , Friday laat I he trade have been down with u* In great . number*, and have made their purchase*, which have { been considerable, with much spirit and confldenea, ; speculator* and exporter* taking likewise a large share. < The part week of favorable weather, on which the extent ) of the approaching harvest so much depend*, and the i large fall in tbe grain market., added to which the prop , question being now pretty well Moertalned, ha* o*tab i , Ilsbed growing confidence id tb? present soaje of our j , , ,1 notations of cotton The accounts latdy received from th Unwrica itlll show a falling off In the reoeipts at th* tri tort*, the total deficiency being now '270,000 bales 30,. pu 00 Ymerlcan, 1500 Hunt, and '2500 Egyptian have been gr. akeu on speculation; and 1160 American, 170 Surat. tai ,nd 400 1'ernams for export. Sales of the woek 79,7'JU eh iales. Jlnothrr Rtnrrt.?The good demand noticed in the oo ut circular has oontinued throughout the present th reek with increased spirit, a very large business having is ieen done by the trade, speculators and exporters, par- mi icularly on Wednesday; and although there has sluoe qu wen less animation, the market closed firmly at >?d per do b advance on all descriptions Speculators have taken pri 0.700 American. '2500 Egyptian, and 5500 Surat. and ex- j .orters 4150 American, 400 Pernam, and 170 Surat, mid ^ here have been forwarded into the country unsold dur ^ g the month 1000 American and 100 Bahia. The total m, ales during the week amount to 71,720 bales jj, July 3.?The market to-day has been inactive, the jn ales not exoeeding 4000 bales, Including 1000 on speou- ou it ion. Cotton has been flreely offered, and priors (with he exception of Egyptians, whloh have advanoed on au ur quotations) are in favor of the buyers. The busl- ou ioss done includes 400 Egyptians at 7>?d to 8>?d, and 60 in iea Islands at 13)?d. W( LivKarooL Mabbbts, July 3.?Ashes of all descrlp- let ions are In very limited demand; at the same time prioes fei re pretty steadily maintained. The business done, both th a Pot and Pearl, during the fortnight, 1* very small and th he'prices paid are about 30s. Bark?In Quercitron lit- er le has been done, and holders sell readily at reduced m ates. About 300 tons of Oak brought from ?4 7* 6d hi o ?6 per ton. Bees' Wax?The business done is mode- aa at* in extent, but steady, and Includes a small parcel of hi ommon American at ?6 6s, and about 4 tons Cuba at 18 6s to ?0 10s per cwt. Iron?The Improved state of at he money market, and the splendid prospects of the ai oming harvest, have had theli effect on the Iron mar- in .et, and although no positive advance haa taken place, bt et all parties are looking forward fbr better prices, gt 'resent prices in Liverpool?for pigs ?4, merchant bars hi ;? 6s. hoops. ?11 5s, sheets A'll 15s. Naval Stores? m "he market for Turpentine has been in a declining posl- vi ion and prices have receded from our last quotations luring the week ending June '25, 1000 barrels of oi di- pl lary to fair quality were sold at 6s 8d to 7s 4d; vi ince that, from seven hundred to eight hundred barrels j, f middling quxlity were disposed of at 6s lOd to 7s. The 0, ransaotions in Tar are about 1600 barrels Stockholm, tc u American Rosin extensive sales have been made at *J? i,. d to 6s per cwt, acoordtng to quality. Provisions? Lmerican?Dealers hav<? operated more oautiouMy in n< liiufainAo aiif l?siit ma tVin enrvMUa Vi.wa two.. UK. 1 ral. but the low state of stock Imparts confidence to older* On extra qualities a slight advance ha* been g, btained. Bacon has experienced a steady demand, but h he extreme figures of our last currency have not been hi npported; the great weight of the arrivals has. however. awed into consumption. Hhoulders in salt Ijave met pi n improved demand, but for smoked meats of any kind a< here is no market here Mess Pork is wanted. Of w rime mess and prime the supplies are liberal, and sales rogress slowly, without any change in our quotations. y, lams in salt or in pickle sell freely at our quotations, ut for dry we have no market, and cannot too strongly it isoountenance shipments of such. No smoked meats |t re wanted. A few small parcels of new Cheese have al- ?l eady arrived, out of which some select dairies have Dund purchasers at 46s to 64s per cwt It is to be feared p, hat the high prices obtained on this market last season i( riU lead to some serious mistakes on the part of buyers ({l t the shipping ports during the present year. It would ppear that shippers cannot too frequently be reminded Ul hat the duty and charges press alike upon the extremes j,, f high and low quality; that the former amounts to 5s K( er cwt.. and on that out of oonditlon, the latter will in m lot exceed the charges Incurred upon extra and select- g( d parcels, which meet at all tlm?s a speedy market?34i _ rkins of Canadian Butter have been imported since m ur last, and sold at 60s 6d |to 69s. That from the p, itates in grease is not yet ou the market.. Rice? ti L fair demand has prevailed, but prioes generally lave declined. The transactions of the fortnight con . 1st of 8'JO tierces Carollaa at 20s. 3d to 23s. per cwt, ocerding to quality; 17.0<0 bags Bengal at 17s. to 19s. n' d., and 1000 baus Brazil at ids. to lbs fid. Tallow has cl ieen in limited demand, but P. Y. C. has been steady at a is to 51s. 6d. Some oasks of North American have * irought 47s to 49s 6d , according to quality; the arrialfl of the latter description amount to 98 oasks. To* Pi >acco?The sales this month are 767 hhds.. viz .. 89 Vir- . inia leaf, 22!) stemmed, A3 Kentucky leaf, and 3'J6 " temmed. Of these, 16 Virginia leaf, 63 stemmed, 1 " Kentucky leaf, and 3 stemmed were taken for Ireland; 1 p Virginia leaf, and 80 stemmed, Scotland; S3 Virginia. J!' .nd 43 Kentucky leof, exportation; and 21 Virginia leaf, " 0 stemmed. S Kentuok y leaf, and 393 stemmed by the P rade. The exports delivered are -1 hhda. for Africa, 22 J! nle of Man, 12 Zante. 7 Drontbelm, and 2 Demeraru L ['be market dull, tbougb firm, holders generally showing P bi*s disposition to effect sales ?t the rates current than ~ n the earlier part of the season. 1817. 18 IB. ?' Hhda. Hhda It robaoco in Liverpool, 31ft May 17,1U 15,91) d in ported in Juue ? 305 d 17,112 16,250 Other Not h V.L. V.S.KL K.S. torts, t'pltd ' Itock, Jane 30, 1847, 2,409 4.578 2,177 7,132 20 16,3Ifi 7, Lug'*t,Juue|34, 1846, 2,116 4,038 3.391 5,476 25 232 ?15,<70 Lokiiow Markets. July 3 ?Cotton?The demand for p ,11 descriptions has been more extensive since the 19tli F ilt , and nigher prices have been paid. The sales for d he week ending June 26th amounted to (>,640 bales, of 3i rhicb 80 were American, at 7>fd for good fair, 3.600 Su- p ats from 4Hd to 4%d for ordinary to good fair, and 1960 3 iladras at 4>?d to id for fair Western, to good fair Tin ti levilley, being very full prices. The sales of the 28th A ind 29th were 6.000 bales,at rather stiffer rates. On the u st instant the market was brisk, and 4.600 bales found t! >urchasers at advanced prices; say )?d per lb. 600 h >ales were sold on the 2d at full rates, the market closing a lUietly. Hops?We have a firm market, and prices are ? iteadily maintained. Little business is done, but holders I' lo not press Hales. We quote Mid and ?ast Kent at 112s a .o 160s. Weald of Kent 90s to Ods, and Sussex pockets ii )0s to 90s per cwt. Metals?The iron market hax been ti n a languid position during the fortnight; but within F he last tew days an improved teeling has manifested it- b elf, sales having been made, Scotch Pig. No. 1, at 66s 6(1 ? o 67s 6(1, mixed numbers 64s to 66s; Welsh and Stafford- a hire 60s to 106s. upon which terms a fair business haw U >een transacted during the last few days. For manu- p actured iron the market is, however, in a dull state, a .nd rails have been sold as low as ?8, but the general t! luotation Is ?ti 6s. The value of common Welsh bar is s! L'S 6s to ?8 10s per ton. There is every prospect, how- c ver. that there will be an Improved demand ere long si Iteel has been selling at ?16 10s for Swedish keg. and at ti ?16 to ?16 6s for faggot. There has been more disposi- g ion evinced to operate in Spelter, but merchants are de- u irous to sell at ?20 6s to ?20 10s on the spot, and at t* ?20 per ton for arrival. Tin has met with little atten- b ion ; Banca is obtainable at 88s, Straits 84s. and British p t 88s to 89s 6d per owt. For Lead the market i? c ulet. but the rates asked are ?18 10s to ?18 16h ft or British Pig, and for Spanish ?17 10s. Cop- tl i?r is in excellent demand; British Tile at ?97. tl ;ake ?98 per ton, and Sheer at lid per lb n 4aval Stores.?We have a quiet market for tar, dealer* tl raiting further arrivals. Some retail sales have been ii oade In Swedixh at rather lower prices. Stockholm and n i*nk.iniT..l ')/1a on- tiur Harrul In Amprinan no hn. t\ iness wu done ; 300 barrel* have arrived, for wbich IBs s h asked, but no buyers, except at prices much below the ii ibove quotation. About 3,000 barrels American rough 1 urpentine have been cleared off the market at fts 3d to 1< s (id; further supplies to the extent of 2,fi"0 barrels e lave since oome in?the market is flat. A large quan- t Ity of American spirits arrived during the week ending v lune 96, which has Inoreased the depression, and there I ire no buyers at a further reduction of Is ; we quote t English drawn at 37s to 38s, and American the same, g tasks Included ; present low prices of the latter are ex- k pected to check further large shipments to this market li but there Is yet a considerable quantity to arrive. Pro- t risions? Irlsb'butter has been in improved demand du- v ring the last week or two ; holders have, therefore, been 1 mabled to obtala rather more money All kinds are iD s ;ood demand upon the following terms:?Carlow landei) 1; it 90s to 94s; Cork, 90s to 94s; Vvaterford, 88* to 92s; and s Limerick, 88s to 9Js. On board fair desire has been i manifested to do business rather under these rates, but u it present little is offered. The stock Is not half of what o it was at this time last year, whilst the d?llverle are j greater, and likely so to oontlnue Of English there Ism , plentiful supply, for wbich a good demand prevails; Dor- 1 net 94s to 98s, Devon 90s to 9Js per cwt. and fresh 9s to ? l is per doten pounds. The purchases made in all kind.1 a 3f bacon have been upon a small soale only, and there Is r t desire to s?ll sizeable landed at 7U? to 82s, and heavy at t 70s io 80s The trade only purchase suflolent for their c immediate wants, as tho consumption continues small, r ??d much less than in former seasons "J he stock if * 9.000 bales less than at this time last year. For arrival there are sellers under present rates, but scarcely ?m Business has been transacted Middles are wanted whilst the supply is small, and prices continue on thi advance; b le landed selling at 084 to 74s, tier' e 04s to iOs For bams the demand has not been so good, and (here are sellers of Irish according to qualltv, at 68s t o irts The finer sorts of lard are much wanted, and still rates are paid, but the lower kinds are In limited re- , juest Prices rule at Bis to 88s tor <Vaterfurd bladdvrrd. 80s to 84s for Belfast, 80s to 73s for keg and firkin ! ind 4Bs to 64s tor Amerloan The market for barrelled pork is in a dull state, but the supply is on the increase * aud likely s? to oontlnue; prices are on the decline. In " American baoon a good deal has been done at 80s to 6.V ' per owt In English cheese large purchases bavr J been made, and rather higher rates are paid.? . American has been much in demand at 38s w bilw. Foreign sells readily ; Edam at 40s to 66s 1 Oouda, 36s to MJs, and Kautar. *J6s to 33s per cwt ? f llloe?The demand during the greater part or the fort- ' night has been very dull, aud prices have receded o?n- '' jiiLrohlv hutiiii nnr fiuot&tions Durini/ th? wm<k 1 ending Juno 26, the following parcel* were ottered foi public sale, ri( : J230 bag*, IH80 pockets Bengal, of whlcii the greater part baa beeu sold, mldullug ana good white IH i to 20b; cargo, 16? 8d to I tin 6d ; JS6 bags yellow PvDKUg which were bought in. hut afterwards s?|.| mi IBs Ovl to 17a. as also -JO casks middling Carolina ai 26 s KU bag* Italian were chiefly bought in at 17* 64 10 31<; u few Hold at 20* to 'JO* 6d Subsequently, 496 hag* Madras, at publlo tale, were all taken lu at 16 for middling yellow cargo, being above tbe value ; indigo and se.. damaged *old utl3*6d per owt. r ow transaction* by private contract have taken place. Tallow? 1 be market for Russian i* on the decline, and sale* have bean effected ' ut lower price* There hu been little dlspoittlon evinced by *oap maker* and chandler* to operate; 49c f Hd to 60b are the prloes taken for fine Petersburgh Vol- j low Candle ; and a further fall In tbe value it la expected * will take place. For delivery In the la*t three month* ol ^ the year there are *eller? at 47* to 47* 3d per cwt but . Tew buyer* are to be met with Home-made la not ?o r uuoh in request, and oan be obtained at 49* Ad to 60s net rush, there being a larger anpply. Other kind* ol J tallo' have been only in limited demand, and prices have slightly given way, wbil*t there la a good supply ( We quote Odenaa 49? to 60*; Australian good *huep ^ 19s 6d to 49s 9d, rather dark 4t)a 6d to 49 3d. dark aud u Kreasy beef 484 to 49s per cwt. Rough fat I* 2* lid per none of 8 pound*. The stook of taliow I* not much l*rs ban It was at thU time laat year, but prlee* are 8* to Us I :>er cwt. higher and the Importatmu this *eaaoin is ex- t jected to be greater tuan it was In 1846 ?? { nstant the publlo sale# of 64 ea*k* l-.ast India. ^c *k* Vew South Wale*. 210 casks of ' handle, 80 casks of Odes*, 264 casks leavily, nnd at rather lower rate*. 1 The market I ias at length assumed a brisker appearanoeforallklnd* f ind prices have taken an upward turn ^h*,.1?"l'tl?*1 J Lipeoi of affairs between tbta oountry and ^Ina art lot ooasldtrwd ?atUto?*ry. ?<? **???* l?w whu* ' >111 w I?w *, >iW>w#rtMwn. ? ^ a consumption la extansive the town w?4 oonntry nl? *r? more Inclined to get Into stock Wool?The bllo a<>lug un about to terminate They have prowith ruber mor? animation. but the price# obIned Were about Id to l>i under the May aalea. The ief portion of tha Colonial pajae l the hammer ha* en (old. and a good quantity has bean taken for tha otinental market*. The attendance of buyer* from 8 '"anu'ttcturlnK dlatiicts was pretty Urge, but there till complaint made of the bad sorting and waahlng, my pareeU being much deteriorated iu Talue by the antity of the givi aeeda and bur* In several of tha oka. In Kngllah aoaroely any bualneM done, and loea much the itame ua before. London Tobacco Markkt, July 3 ?BuMneaa haa en very limited in all deacrtptiona during laat month, lea not having exceeded 500 hhda ; the trade having inifeated no diapoaitlon to purchaae beyond their Immeite want*, and holdera have been equally Indifferent effecting aalee to any extent, except at an advance on r present quotations, more eapeclally for aome sort* jioh are becoming anarce. and, in one or two in.itaocea, improved price haa been obtained. Wi noticed In xlast that prices were Arm. with an upward tendency, the United States and in the European marketa; ) are now In poasesaion of later datea from New Orins, which report that considerable aalea had been ef;ted at a trifling advance, and that the reoelpta up to e 4th ultimo were 31,045 hhda, against A6.836 hhda In e previous year. I iu porta have been 38 hhda Dellviea. 1741 hhda against 1391 hhda in the corresponding onth of 1848; OU hhda in 1843; (Mil hhda in 1844; 844 ida in 1843, nnd 748 Uhds In 1842. Stock, 27.000 hhda alnit 24,103 hhda In 1848; 28.7B1 hhda In 1846; 34,034 idaIn 1314; 1?> 187 hhda In 1843, and 13 579 hhda In 42 In Virginia, aalea have been extremely limited, id with the exceotlon of a few hhdB taken fbr Ireland id Scotland, there have been no transactions deaervg comment. Stock of good and fine quality la getting ire. and held at firm prices ?In Kentucky Leaf and Tips the principal galea of the month have consisted ; id. aa beforo observed. have been very limited ; tha arket ban assumed a firmer tone, aud a smaller admce has been submitted to. in doe or two instances ; imo holder* apeak confidently of higher price* in roapeutive, and It la not improbable that their ewa may be realised, but for the present we have not eemud it necessary to alter our quotations The forth>mint import of Strips has been estimated at liaoo >13 000 hbds Maryland?Nothing done For Havana af we hare had a good demand, and a fair extvnt of nslness baa been done, both for home trade and tor ex>rtatlon, chiefly from parcls in a?oond handa Recent counts speak more fn?oribly of the quality of the prent crop, but report It aa bciug ahort in leaf and de? sient in quantity, and that prisea were ruling high ? avana aegars. except low qualities for exportation, ive been extremely dull, and very few sales have b^en feoted ; our prea nt large and increasing stock haa evented the trad* from purcha^Jng. except as in need, sting on the supposition that lower rates must be subiltted to ; holders of fine qualities and good brands are, I'vertheless, firm at pruTlous rates. Manilla cheroots? ales have been made to a moderate extent, chiefly for iportatlon : demand for home trade has been very limed. Cuba haa been in fair request at steady prices ? i Columbian leaf. Imports have been I0S7 serons, consting of good and fine descriptions, and we.have had a eady demand at our quotations. St. Domingo?The ireel alluded to in our last has been taken for exportaon. Havana seed leaf?A few cases of good middling iiality were sold at our publio sale on the 34th last, at Id; for fine quality there has been no demand Brasll? othing done, good and fine parcels have been offered at wer rates. Porto Hicp leaf?Sales have been made of >od quality,^'suitable for fillers, at low rates For an leaf there has been a steady demand, and parcels of >od and fine bave been sold at full prices. Amersfoort Demand very limited In Negro head and cavendish, ilea of good and fine sorts have been made at steady rices Common stalks dull of sale Virginia and Kenicky in good demand. Smalls, nominal. Olasoow, July 1.?Wo had occasion in ourjclrcular of >e 1st May, to notice a most severe tightness in our moey market; this, during the month, continued to lnrease. and for a time business operations were nearly at stand still. We believe that there never was so great pressure before felt in this country, and had it not sen for the shortnecs of its duration, it must have been (tended with most serious consequences to the mereanle oommunity generally. As it la. however, payments ave been mot with extraordinary punctualllty. and we ave bad very few failures of any consequence. The resent fine weather, giving, as it does, promise of an irly and abundant harvest, bu caused an improved 'eling in business generally; and should oar resent anticipations be realicrd, we trust noon ) see a return of prosperity:?Ashes ?Free: nited States pot, per cot, 30* to 33s Od ; do stirl JOh Oil-seed Caks, free?American, per ton, 9 10s. Hemp, free?American. Jt'26 to ?30 per ton.? [ides, free?American, salted. 2d to 2X<1 p>r lb do dry, J to 6>gd. Tobacco, in bond?Virginia middling, per i, 4>{d to 4Xd: do good, fid to 6>?d; do Ann 6>id to 6d; o strips. 6d to 7d; Western strips. fiXd to 6d Tallow, uty, foreign, Is 6d per cwt?American. 47s to 60 per owt. rovlslons, free; hams. 7s per cwt?Beef. Amerioau,new, )s 110s per tierce; pork, do, new, 71* to 86s per barrel; ams, 60s to 70s per owt. Cheese, duty foreign. 6s per wt?Amerloan, 64s to 66s per owt. Rice, doty foreign, per owt?American, lsts, cleaned Ms 6d per owt; do2ila. )?. Turpentine, free?Spirits, fs per owt; rough 7s to 8a er cwt; rosin, 3* (id to 4*; spirit* 30* per cwt. Lard? ree?American, 46s to 60s per cwt. Oratn and flour, , uty free?United States wheat, per 240 lbs, 31s ttd to 5s 6d; Canada wheat 28s to 30s; peas, white or grey, K 28 lbs, 27s 6d to 30s; beans. 26s to 27s: barley, per 9 lbs, 26s 6d to 28s; flour, American, per barrel. 33s fld )ft5s6d; do Canadian, 36s. Indian corn, dutyfree? imerlcan yellow, per 280 lbs, 28s; do white, 23s 0d; cor* teal, per barrel, 23s 6d. Ashes continue in demand, le import being light, as also iiro the stock* on and; JVlontreul pots would readily find buyers ''to rrive," at 328 per cwt We think mat ius ana as 'ill be the ruling rates for Home time to come, rovisions still continue in good demand; and price* re high, especially for beef, which is exceedingly souroe i thia market, so much no indeed, that ships have had d sead round to Liverpool for their stores. Urain and lour?The fluctuations in the prioes of bread stuffs are been so great during the last two months, and, rlth such apparently slight grounds, that we feel quite t a loss what opinion to give as to bow thi y may rula )r the future. For the next two months, at least, the rice of grain must entirely depend upon the weather, nd the reports from the interior of the country, a* to tie prosp cts for the crops, both of grain and potato*; bould these be good, prises will probably be depressed onfiderably below what they are at present : Indeed, tiould the harvest bo well got in, the reaction ia tie feelings of corn speculators will probably be so reat. as to render flour and wheat lor a time, almost nsaleable, at any prioe. We however still incline 5 the opinion, that with the moat abundant arvest ever produced, wo shall need large suplies from abroad, as the whole of Great Britain 'under orn cultivation will by no means produce sufficient food >r the supply of our population without potatoes, and bese, besides, only being planted In much smaller quanIties than usual, will undoubtedly this season again be lore or less afftcted with disease; we therefore think, hat however low the prices of Whe..tand Hour may go, l the meantime, that towards next winter they will rule loderately high, and that purchases at a low flgure in tin United States, If held six or eight months, must reult well. Indian Corn?The demand for Indian corn i now almost, entirely dependent upon wheat and flour, 'be stocks in the hands of the needy importers beirg jsb, however, the pi ice has not given way to the same xtent; wltb a good harvest in tnis country, we price or his description of fiod must, we think, rule very low, an re have reason to expect a very heavy import rrora the Jolted States next season, as the whole surplus prodncIon, which this year we are led to suppose will be much reater than last, will probably find its way to our mareta Cotton?Although cotton bas, at times. during the mt two months, been most difficult otsale, It has neverheless sustained its price in an aatoulshiog manner, and rithin the last lortnlght bas been gradually advancing. The future prospects for cotton depend, in a great meaore. upon h< w the prine of food will rule Should this utter continue to decline, it will probably advance to ome extent; althouuh we must confess, we are Ity no Deans rauguineof any material advance, so long a* the uan?faot"rlng interests are lostug money. The stork* if cotton in Glasgow show a mateiial reduotion as noinlared with last year, being, ac this date, only 27.831 bales American, against 63 65> at the samo period of IMd. This leads us to suppose, that unle s the import direot fter this time, be much gi eater than we havu reaeon to .ntloipate. prioes must, foi the remainder ef the season, ule higher here than In Liverpool, the expense of get* log it round being fully per lb. The oousumpilon f eotton this year In Glasgow will, we think prove fully <|ual to the last, as few of the wills have been working hort time. Havhk, June 30 ?Cottons ?During newly the whole >f this week our market has exhibite i a want of animation. the only exception occurring towards tbe close if It. when a sudd-n revival was manifested In the denand, and the transacting were to a fair extent lor lonsumption The absence ol ("peculators hml cnntrlmted to the previous flatness In business, which, under he favorable Intelligence from England and the United itates. might have been expected to assume a Certain MgTM of activity ; and this w*s more than llaely to lave been tbe case, as the decline In Wheat and Hour very where, wbioh in soine parts ha* been r nsiderable, tdded to the general appearances of plentiful Corn rops, weie calculated to impart a more than ordinary piritsd character to the buying. Not withstanding, mwever, these enoour?gii?g prospeots, tbe operation* iav? been restricted to the Immediate want* for splnlers; dealers from the trade carefully refrain from purhadni: beyoua these, which oan only be accounted for ly the b*d lfi-cLs produced in the Interior fro? the reent failures, and the apprehensions of- further derangiiiHnts takinir nlace. In cousecjueuee of tbe continued all in all the Oram nuttkrts But although t/i> re is at iresent no eoeculatlve teellng displayed. the coutidi nro >f bolder* appears to b* unahaaeq and u> thli may bo rholly attributed an n4vunne of f I on ordnary and iuerior American Cottons. priori of which have been ore d up by the tirra attitude they have uvinoml \dlii H I here in no change to notice ill I he situation if our market, wbieh ia still devoid of activity VV?* inotrt American lntn?h new, at 4ftf. and old at 44f. per U kit , du'y (f 8 24) paid Pearlash new. n worth oof. or hoine ut-e We nave received 434 bbls by several HMela from New York. Hops- We have to notice % ale of U3 bains, American growth, 1st sort, 1840. at Mf. >er 60 kll, In bond, equal to 71f duty paid. Our stock lonsists ot about 100 balsa. Rice?Very little Inquiry las taken place In Carolina, only I'2 tleroea having Mien run off at 30f. per AO Kll. for consumption. Wt? [note prices at afif to S3, according to quality. Tho \lbaoy and O A. Hopley bad on board 1446 tlercus. Tallow?A brisk demand has been manifested In our narket, and prloas have a slight tend" cy towards lmirovement. The sales consist of 70 casks Russia, old, it 70f: 47# ca?ks. new, to arrive, at 70f ta lit ; 60 :asks New York at 70f to 7060, and 11 cbesta Buenoa lyres at 70f per 60 kll, duty paid. Nn supples lave been received Our stool Is nearly exhausted; ill that remains on hand being Uulted Suites Tallow. Bin (tit pork, May d. ?Krom Singapore w? have ootnnerclal Utters and papers to the 7th ot May Among*! ither Hems ot Interest w?- observe that rvgular mail Mid taesuge vessels had l**an established to run between that ilaoe and Java. Under date of the 8d of May, our corespondent remarks that, since the departure of tha Ipril mail, the arrivals from Kurnpc have been the Romrt Kulton, and Belhavan from London. the Blonda rom Liverpool, and the Borneo from tha Clyde, all bring* ng supplies of Kuropean manufactures. During tha nontb there haa been little disposition to buy grey im<i vhlta sblrtlngr nn tha Utter goods a slight

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