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@31½c. for middlings uplands.
The following statement regarding the movements of cotton, from Sept. 1, 1860. to June 18, 1861, is from the circular of Messrs. Wm. P. Wright & Co.:
Receipts at the ports3,445,000
Exported to Great Britain2,166,000
Exported to France571,000
Exported to other foreign ports369,000
Taken by Northern spinners266,000
Stock on hand73,000
The whole amount received in great Britain and in other parts of Europe fgreat Britain and in other parts of Europe from the 1st of September, 1861 to June 18, 1862, (the present date,) has been confined to cargoes which have run the blockade, and has not reached 10,000 bales. The exports of 3,106,000 bales to Europe last year, at the then average value of $55 per bale, amounted to $170,830,000. The present average value of 31 cents per pound, in New York, gives the cost of the average bale of 450 pounds at $139.50. Estimated by this standard, the export of last year, up to this date, would have amounted to