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few customers. Prices of all descriptions of stock remain about the same as of late. The only difference discernible is in a second rate quality. Our foreign supply consists of 398 Beasts, 1,180 Sheep, and 180 Calves; from Scotland there arc 370 Beasts. Per Stone of 8 lbs. a. d.
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