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By the eastern mail we have the following: Buffalo, April 2G, 1848. There was a fair demand for wheat ycstcrday ; and we heard of the sale of 2,400 bushels Ohio, free till the lat July, at 81,10, and 5,000 í)ushels Milán at 81,11. In (lour there was a fair business doing. - Sales of some 1.200 or 1,400 barrels, mostly at 84,874! One huiulred barrels of one Michigan brand sold at S5,00._ In corn we heard of no transactions. Bujrers ofler 33 cents. There is moderate business doing in provisión, Mess pork is' Bell at 8S.9Ö a 89,00 ; prime at 66,00. Forwarders are a liítle shy about naming the price of canal freights, but are loading thoir bpats, and the prices to be determined on the day of the opening. Some boats aro loading at 75 cents for flour to New York