Flannel Market, Mono at Jolt 3!— The demand to-day has chiefly been for the fine and mid* die qualities flannels, and somewhat higher prices have been asked, on account of the advance in the price of wool. In the Wool market, there has not been much doing, but the last week’s pr
State in Perth.—Trade is in a very depressed state at Blairgowrie, at present: a few of the mills arc stopped working, and the rest only working half-time; consequently, many families have been thrown out of employment. Fishery —The take of whitings in this and the preceding wee
Independent Electors of the County of Carlow,—The persecution I received from the Conservatives of the County Carlow, at the last Carlow election, for giving an upright, honest, conscientious vote—the bigotry they exhibited towards me on that occasion—render it an Imperative dut
digit*!) ZtondOD, Friday, Aug. 4.— Sugar. —There ha* been a slight improvement in the demand for West India Raw Sugar since our last; but, upon the whole, the market still appears very languid. arc, however, unable to quote any reduction on last week’s currency. East India, per .
juarferto. I* UESDAV, Auc. B.— (train. —-No quotation yesterday. This day prices are Wheat, 27s ; no Parley at market; Here, I tid; and Oats, 9% «d to I per barrel. Fine Flour, per sack Seconds, 3. 1 K per do.; Oatmeal, I-Vs (id pet cwt. lintfer‘— Merchants’, first quality, !M)s
London, 17, 1837. Sib, —In an extract of private letter, inserted in your paper of the 15th, I find the following statement:—“ What think you of the voters the estate of the Chancellor the Exchequer having, almost a man, polled for the Tory ? And again:—“ Thus Spring Rice's esta