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Axn Ardor, June 18, 1846. We hear of no transaction in Whea 50 cents is the cash price oflered. Th Wool market remains without essentiá variation. The weather has been very dry for tvfr weeks past, and rather hot, and rain needed. We hear thai by the great depreciado in Flour, those whoboughtlast winter, anc have held on for the New York marke have lost heavily. The Canal Bank of Lockport is i bad report at Bufialo. Rumor says it ha faikd. Buffalo, June 16. 600 barrels Flour sold at $3,19 to $3,35. Sales very light. 15,000 bushels of Wisconsin Wheat brought 69 to 70 ets. New York, June 13. Michigan Flou is in good demand at $4,06 to $4,18 Gei essee $4,25. The Monroe Advocate of last wee says that it is the general opinión tha thè bilis of the River Raisin Bank ar nearly worthless - a different story, v believe, from that of the week prévious. There is nothing new in relation t the Banks - all are promptly redeemec except the Lewis County Bank, tli White Plain?, and the Farmers and t)ro