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The New York Journal of Commerce of Monday afternoon, says: ‘ The money market is irregular; those borrowers who are enabled to control bank facilities find it pleasant to obtain needed supplies at 7 per cent.; but these who are left to the tender mercies of the street, meet with a very inhospitable reception in that climate, just now pinched with frost, and submit to 1½@2 per cent. per month or go without the accommodation. There is no change for the worse in the tone of the market, and some claim that they can detect more cheerfulness than was noticeable on Saturday. ’ Sales in New York. December 3, of $12,000 Tenn. 6's at 76; $4,000 do, at 76½ $6,000 do, at 77; $2,000 Va. 6's at 80½ $24,000 do. at 80, and $12,000 N. C. 6's at 82.
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