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or money in Lo bard street, and the rates were rather stiffer, at 2 5/8 a ¾ per cent for the best hills. At the Bank of England a far amount of business was done. Console for money, 93 190;; for account, 92 3/8 a ½ new threes, Ȃ Console firm at 927.16. Shares steady and inactive. Canadian and American quiet. A loan of £400,000 for Morocco — to enable the Spanish indemnify to be settled — who about to be introduced in the London market under Government auspices. Messrs. Kelly & Co., printers and publishers of the London Directory, had ed d payment, and made an assignment in favor of their creditors. Liverpool Cotton Market.--The Cotton market has been active at advancing prices. The improvement is principally in Surats, which are called ¾ da per 10 dearer than on Friday last. Sates of Monday and Tuesday about 35,000 bales, of which 20,000 were for speculation and export. Sabes at Manchester.--An advance in prices in generally demanded, but wit