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English Grain Market

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Lnndon, April 11.- The Mark Laue Express, in its review of tbe Britisb erain trade the past week, savs: Vegetation lias beeu retarded by the recent ast winds. Wheat, however, appears boalthy, though backward. Deliveries of Euglish wheat were small and the scarcity compelled needed buyers to pay Is advance in ome provincial markets, bui the demand was very restricted. In Loudon business in wheat was small and prices nominally unchauged. Hed winter lias risen fifi on account of scarcity on spot. üuly one cargo of that grade arrived off the coast last week,which,aftr being some days in market sold for 49s. Long continue easterly winds prevented the arrival of grainlades vesHcls. Granary stocks at home porto are cousequently much reduced, hut spot prices have pot been affectd except in the above meutioned instances. Nearly half the IiOndon supply of foreign wheat was American. Flour was in small supply, which was absorbed by the demand al uuchanged pricos. Foreign flour was in iuiet demand at unaltered qaotations. The searcityot wheat helped the sale of tlnur. Maize was in small spot Bupply and the off coast market was bare. Mixed American ha risen 2d at Liverpool. Barley is in short supply with slow demand, prices firin; foreign barley in smal! demand auil niet. Oats are heavier, sorts finu, but trade unaltered ; foreign oats were in largnr snpplyjold, Bd dearer, and Russians 6d cheap er. Trade slackeued and close. Sales English whoat duriug past week are 20,433 quarters at 44s 4d, against 24,644 luarters at tën 2d, the orresponding week last year.


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