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journals are admitted to free circulation in the Empire of France. Hostilities at Gaeta had been suspended. The Etna brings $1,500,000 in specie. Commercial. Liverpool, Jan. 16. --Cotton — Sales for two days of 40,000 bales. The Persia's news caused an advance of fully 1--some say ½ Lower qualities improved most — Orleans middling 7-9-16. Breadstuffs quiet and steady. Provisions dull. Consols 91½@91½. Hewitt's circulars say Cotton had advanced ¼ on Wednesday on all qualities. Latest. Liverpool, Thursday, Jan, 17 --Via Queenstown.--Sales Wednesday and Thursday of Cotton reached 40,000 bales. Hewitt says all kinds advanced fully ¼ since Friday. Breadstuffs and Provisions unchanged. [Second Dispatch.] Flour quiet and partially 6d lower. Wheat quiet and steady. Corn firm and partially 6d, higher, Beef dull. Pork dull. Lard dull. Sugar firm. Coffee steady. Rosin steady at 4s. 4d. Turpentine dull at 31s.
Tobacco. --Sales still limited, at former quotations. We notice the sales of some Lugs and common Leaf Lugs, $1.75@2.50; Leaf $3@4.50; some stemming Leaf 50; no fine manufacturing in market. Stock on hand of the old crop very light, and mostly of inferior quality. Flour.--Market still dull, and no wholesale operations. We quote Superfine $6.25@6.50 to the trade; Extra $6.75@$7; Family $7.50@8.00. The stock is very much reduced. Wheat.--The market is stiffer and receipts very limited. We quote White $1.; Red $1. Corn.--There is a better feeling, though we renew quotations--, per bushel. Oats.--. per bushel. Hay.--$1.15@1.20 per cwt.
Northern Markets. Baltimore, Jan. 28. --Flour dull and heavy — Howard and Ohio $5.50; City Mills $5.25. No sales. Wheat firmer — red $1.30@1.33; white $1.45@1.60. Corn steady — yellow 60@62; white 68@70 Provisions firm — mess pork $18,25; rump $13.50. Lard 10¼c. Coffee steady at 11½@12½c.--Whiskey dull at 16 New York, Jan. 28. --Cotton firm — Uplands middling 12½. Flour 5 lower--Southern unchanged. Wheat easier--Kentucky white $1.60. Corn 1higher — mixed 69@70; SLard 10¼c. Coffee steady at 11½@12½c.--Whiskey dull at 16 New York, Jan. 28. --Cotton firm — Uplands middling 12½. Flour 5 lower--Southern unchanged. Wheat easier--Kentucky white $1.60. Corn 1higher — mixed 69@70; Southern white 70@73 Pork heavy — mess $17.75@18. Lard heavy at 9¾@10½c. Whiskey firm at 18@18¼c. Sugar steady Coffee steady at 11@13½c. Turpentine firm. Rosin dull. Rice steady at 3Ȃ@4½. Stocks active and better — N. Y. Centra