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25 to 1.50 per lb, for a good country-made article. Lard firm at $1.60 per lb. Beans, Dried Fruit, &c., but little in market, and we omit quotations. Nearly all the baled hay brought to the city has been obtained and sent here by Government agents; it may be quoted at $10 per cwt. But little new wheat has been received in market--two boat loads only--one of which was consigned to the Government, and the other to Warwick & Barksdale, to be ground into flour for its owner, General Joseph. R. Anderson, whose purpose is understood to be to distribute it among his operatives.--The Government price for new wheat is $5 per bushel. The flour market is in such a condition that it is impossible to give exact quotations. The stock is very small, and held at prices ranging from $40 to $45 for Superfine, and $50 for Family. Farmers are urged to send in their crops of Wheat at the Government price, $5; if they do this, millers will be enabled to furnish flour at $25, and thus replenish the mar