11 AUGUST 1866, Page 3

Home Securities have been rather depressed during the week, and

prices have had a downward tendency. Yesterday, by the nature of the news from Paris, Consols for money declined to 87k, 11-, but the market, owing to the more favourable exchanges, and the circumstance that most of the Indian bills maturing, were well provided for, closed steadily, at 87i, , for money, and 88k, for the September account. The supply of bullion is now more than 29,000,0001. The minimum rate of discount here is 10, at Paris 3i per cent.