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ng danger we care not to have recourse to the figures of the cotton tables to show how rapidly our stock of the raw material is being used up by our manufacturers with a reckless prodigality. Even the advancing prices of goods and yarns in Manchester serves for the time to increase our danger, because it causes many of the mills to continue working full time. General trade. The trade of the country has undergone no very material change since our last report.--Dullness is still preved, although the probability of an early demand from North America is generally indulged in. The Nottingham market for goods and yarns has advanced considerably, and the demand for hosiery has been very brisk. A very active demand in the Leeds woolen cloth market is noticeable. It is said that London houses received large orders from country tailors and drapers. The French treaty has had the effect of giving rise to considerable shipments of Manchester goods on French account.