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the fair and middling qualities. The sales to speculators amounted to 5,500 bales, and to exporters 8,500 bales. The sales of to-day (Friday) are estimated at 10,000 bales, including 3,000 bales to speculators and exporters, at the following (authorised) quotations: New Orleans fair 9¼, middling 8¾; Mobile fair 8 7/8, middling 8¼; Uplands fair 8 ¾ middling 8 5 16. The stock in port amounts to 944,000 bales including 600,000 bales of American. Liverpool Breadstuff Market.--Messrs. Richardson & Spence report a decline in flour of 6d.; sales 24s a25s. 6d. Wheat has a downward tendency, and declined 1s2d.; red Western sold at 11s; red Southern 11s. a11s. 6d; white Western 12s; white Southern 13s. a 13s. 6d. The corn market was flat; yellow mixed were quoted at 30s. a30s. 6d. and white at 31s. a33s. 6d. The latest — Via Londonderry. Liverpool, Aug. 16 --Breadstuffs continues to decline, particularly on the superior qualities. Provisions generally are du