AT the meeting of the Relief Committee, yesterday, Mr. JAMES DALY stated that, he had been offered Indian Corn– the bill of lading ready to be handed over to him, the Insurance paid, and the vessel expected to arrive here shortly– at £11 4s. per ton.

We have to announce the arrival since our last publication, of eight more vessels, laden with Indian Corn, besides which a large number of vessels nearly all grain loaded and bound to this port, have been spoken and are daily expected to arrive here.

Since writing the above we have heard of the sale of a cargo to arrive at £10 15s. per ton. The purchase, we believe, has been made by a Midleton House, and the vessel, having left Leghorn on the 6th instant, may be looked for very shortly. These facts are significant of the future price of the article.

We may add that we have this moment been informed by a gentleman from Cove that as many as fourteen or fifteen Maize laden vessels have just arrived at Cove. The particulars we have not yet been able to ascertain.