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The returns of the Board of Trade issued yesterday show

a total in- crease of exports compared with those of 1848, to the amount of 9,901,7171. All the great staple manufactures shared the movement, except machinery, which fell off by 108,5851. The imports of wheat exceeded those of 1848 by more than 1,250,000 quarters, and at the same time the quantity taken for consumption was more than 4,500,000 quarters in excess of last year. The import of coffee increased largely, that of sugar moderately—the considerable increase in the Colonial being nearly balanced by a decrease in Foreign.

The reply given by Lord Carlisle yesterday, to the deputation from the revived Metropolitan Sanatory Association, indicated a disposition to comply with the memorial presented, and include the Metropolis in the operation of the Public Health Act.

Lord Clarendon left Dublin yesterday morning for London, to take his place in the House of Peers on Monday, when Lord Stanley brings on his Dolly's Brae motion.