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of insurance, combined with further ease in exchange, continued to affect the domestic produce market unfavorably. The market for flour was less active and fell off 5a10 per bbl., the chief sales having been made to the local and Eastern trade. Wheat was less active and prices irregular, closing at a decline of 1c a2c end in some cases 3 per bushel was reported. Corn was tolerably active, while prices, though heavy, were without change of moment, and closed at 67 for Western sound mixed, to e terms. Pork was heavy and lower, with sales of mean at $13.40 a $13.62½, and prime at $12.12½ a $12.25. Freight engagements were moderate.--Central vessels demanded higher rates, while American, in consequence of the war risk, were irregular. Wheat to Liverpool was reported at 11½d, and to London at 13d, in American botism . The evening report of the same day, (20th,) quotes gold at 128½. Miscellaneous. The copal Convention held their last session in New York on Friday, and