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., of Scotland, and W. S. Lindsay & Co., of London, are the houses with whom I had the negotiation about the steamers. I request Captain Sinclair, of the Confederate Navy, to make all preliminary arrangements for the contract by my return. See him first. He will meet you in London. Geo. Thompson & Co., Glasgow, will make proposals for the construction of at least one steamer. They have the drawing and estimates complete. Lindsay & Co. will negotiate the naval store bonds. B. Rice & Co. may undertake enough to load one vessel (Nova Scotia) with shoes and clothing under the North Carolina contract.--Turpen 100 should bring per gallon $2; rosin should bring $5. C. S. Navy Department, Richmond, Oct. 27th, 1862. Hon. C. G. Memminger, Secretary of the Treasury: Sir --I have the honor to call your attention to the copy of the secret joint resolution of Congress, which was sent you on Saturday, and to so much of my recommendation to Congress upon the subject
t 84 bushel, with an advancing tendency. Tobacco.--The market continues animated and prices firm. We note recent sales as follow; Legs, $3.50 to 15; Common Leaf, $12 to 20; Fine Manufacturing, $30 to 45. Breaks and receipts very light. Groceries.--Sugars — Brown, in hhds, fair to good, 88 @92c; prime 9½@9 in bbls, 89½@ $1.04; White Clarified, $1.10. Molasses had declined-- sales by auction at $9.87 gallon. Coffee, $4@4.25--retailing at $1.50. Tea — retail price $16 P Salt, 30 Rice, 10@12½c. Provisions.--Bacon hoground, 75@80 cents in demand. Butter, $1.25@1.50. Cheese, $1.25@1.50. Lard, 95@$1, and in demand. Eggs, 90 etc @$1 p dozen. Irish Potatoes, $1 per barrel, Sweet, very scarce and high. Onions, $46@30 p bbl. Beans, $5@6 p bushel, Peas, 3½@4 p bushel. Turkeys, 60 cts. p Fruit.--Apples scarce, and in less demand. We quote at $35 @40 p bbl; Pippins, 40@45 p bbl. Dried Apples, $5@6. Dried Peaches, $10 @12 p bushel. Seids.--Timothy, $7; Clov