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China advices report the capture of ports by the Allies, who lost 400 or 500 men. The Allies had occupied Tientsin. It is reported that the Austrian Envoys have notified Napoleon that unless his warlike preparations are discontinued and the Hungarian legion disbanded, she will commence hostilities. Commercial. Liverpool. Thursday. --Cotton — Sales of three days 63,000 bales, with an advance of a quarter to three eighths. Large speculative enquiry. Closed buoyant Flour dull — quotations hardly maintained at 3ts. Wheat quiet and firm--Southern red 12s. 6d.@13s; white 12s. 9d. @14s. Corn quiet and firm — yellow 39s.@39s. 6d.; white 40s @45s. --Provisions quiet. Sugar buoyant. Rice firm.--Coffee quiet. Rosin steady — 5s.@5s. 6d. Turpentine firm at 34s. 6d. London.--Sugar advanced 6d. Consols 92 7/8 @93. Laifst--Friday--Cotton: sales of the week 111,000 bales. All markets closed steady. The bullion in the Bank of England, for the week, decreased £5
Northern Markets. New York, Nov. 12. --Stocks lower: N. Y. Central's 77; Va.'s 87; Missouri's 75. Cotton steady. --Flour heavy; Southern $5.65@ $5.95. Wheat lower. Corn quiet; mixed 68@69 Southern white 80, yellow 72. Pork heavy; mess $19.12@ $19.25, prime $13.25 @ $13.50. Whiskey lower and quoted at 21@ 21 ¼. Sugar dull at 6@7 Turpentine steady at 39 ¼ @41. Rosin dull at 41 ¼@45. Rice steady at 4 ¼@5 ¼. P. M.--The evening report of the Stock Board shows a decline in railroad stocks of about $6 per share, and in U. S. bonds of about $1 per sha