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Richmond Markets, Aug. 28, 1861. The leading articles in the grocery line are very scarce. Stocks very light, and diminishing fast, which renders it difficult to give accurate quotations. The quotations are thus of the day. The market is almost entirely bare of every description of Coffee, excepting Rio, of which there is very little. We give, to-day, quotations only of the leading articles: Bacon.--Shoulders 21 cents; Sides 23 to 24 cts.; Hams 26 cts. Butter--25 to 30 cents. Supply light, and demand good at latter figures for fresh, in small packages. Coffee.--Rio, very scarce, and held at 37½ to 40 cts. Market bare of other grades, which command higher figures. Candles.--A damantine have materially advanced holders are asking 38 to 45 cts. Fish.--family Roe Herrings $7 for half bbls. Iron.--Swedes $116 to $117½ per ton; English Refined $90 to $100 per ton; American Rolled $100; Country, morales. Lime.--Last sales, at retail, $2.75 to $3; none to be had
Reported movement of the steamer Patrick Henry. Washington, Aug. 28 --The steamer patrick Henry has run the blockade at Fortress Monroe.