Liverpool, Feb. 19.
--Our Cotton market continues very dull and inactive, without, however, any material decline in price since Saturday, as we still quote middling Orleans
7d.; middling Mobile
6½d.; middling Uplands 6¼d. The sale for four days amount to 16,000 bales, including 3,000 to-day, while the imports for the same time are 60,000 bales. At sea from America
, 300,000 bales against 280,000.
Breadstuffs are without important change.--Wheat
and Flour are nominally a shade easier, but there is no pressure to sell at any decline.
Provisions continue in good consumptive demand, as last quoted.
Lard is very dull, and sligthly lower.
market was again flat to-day, and prices nominal.