Tuesday July 27th.- The weather up to Sunday evening was highly
favourable to the growing crops of grain, but on that evening it set in to rain
heavily, and continued with little intermission for upwards of four-and-twenty
hours. This morning is fine again, and the barometer rising. The imports of
Grain and Flour since last Tuesday are moderate, and the exports to Ireland and
The trade throughout the week as ruled dull, and in a few instances a
small decline in prices has be submitted to.
There was a good attendance of millers and dealers at our
Corn-exchange this morning. The better qualities of Wheat and Flour commanded the full
prices of last Tuesdays, with a fair demand for present consumption. Indian corn
is scarce, and fine yellow in in request for immediate shipment to Ireland.
There was a reeduction from this day se'night of 1d per bushel on Oats 6d. per
load on Meal, 6d. 1s per qr. on Egyptian Beans, and fully 1s per qr. on Peas.