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TABLE I.-American Exports-value and price.

[From Hunt's Merchants' Magazine.]

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Table IV.-English Imports from Egypt, Brazil, etc.

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TabLE V.-Supply of 1851, and estimate for 1852 and 1853.

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TABLE VI.Stocks at recent dates corresponding to the close of our year, TABLE VII.-Deliveries to the Trade at Liverpool.

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1849.

1851.

1852.

Weekly consump'n.

Weekly consump'n.

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Bales.
Bales. Bales. Bales.

Bales. May 1

532,000 427,000 25,100 630,000 37,100 June 4

688,000 619,000 28,100 870,000 39,600 July 2

835,000 744,000 28,600 1,001,000 39,500 August 1

993,000 887,000 29,600 1,156,000 38,500 September 3 1,141,000 1,058,000 30,200 1,340,000 38,300 October 1 1,220,000 1,167,000 29,900 1,475,000 | 37,800 October 8 1,287,000 1,191,000 29,800 1,520,000 | 38,000

1,467,000 1,576,000 30,315 Do. G. Brit'n 1,590,000 1,663,000 32,000 2,000,000* 39,000*

Whole year

* Estimated.

TABLE VIII.Deliveries to the Trade at Havre.

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Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. September 1 . 232,000 220,000 224,000 211,000 300,000 290,000 October 1 250,000 238,000 246,000 234,000 327,000 316,000 Whole year · 306,000 294,000 312,000 302,000

Table IX.- Consumption out of England, France, and United States.

Years.

American ex

ports.

English ex

ports.

Total.

1847 . 1848 1849 1850 1851 1852

Bales. 169,000 255,000 322,000 194,000 269,000 354,000

Bales. 215,000 192,000 254,000 272,000 269,000 * 203,000

Bales. 384,000 447,000 577,000 466,000 538,000 +625,000

* October 8.

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Great Britain
United States
France, of U. States
Exports from Great Bri-

tain and U. States

Bales.
Bales.
Bales.

Bales.
1,514,000 1,663,000 2,000,000

2,000,000 2,000,000 487,000 404,000 603,000 625,000 300,000 310,000 400,000 400,000

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Total

2,863,000 2,915,000 3,628,000

3,625,000

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Acknowledgment of seeds received from the gentlemen named below:

J. L. Hendrick, esq., of Litchfield, Connecticut, potato seed, lettuce, and sweet corn. The potato seed is from the Mercer variety, which Mr. H. says is less subject to rot than formerly, when, for a few years, the plant failed to form seeds, apparently from constitutional debility.

The sweet corn is thought to be an improved kind, and the lettuce is also said to be superior.

J. B. Gray, esq., of Fredericksburg, Virginia, seed of a variety of asclepias.

Captain R. B. Marcy, U. S. A., seed of Gama grass, from the head. waters of Red river. (The seed of this grass is in great request, and we should be happy to obtain more of it for distribution.]

Mr. A. 2. V. Purdy, esq., of Trinity Springs, Martin county, Indiana, sample of wheat.

Warren & Co., Sacramento, Cal., Italian wheat, flower seeds, &c.
James S. Wilson, esq., Washington, D. C.
A. H. Ernst, esq., of Cincinnati, Japan peas.

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