Arrived, on Monday last, the Australian
Company's ship City of Edinburgh, Captain M'Kellar, from Leith ; from whence she sailed on the ,25th September. — Passengers, Mr. Bailey, Mr. Wallace, and Mr. Kermode and two sons for this place ; and Mr. and Mrs. Black, Mr. Brown, Mr. M'Intyre, Mr. Fraser, Mrs. Edrop and family, and Mr. Maxwell, for Sydney.
Sailed on Saturday last, the ship Hope, Captain Cunningham, for Port Jackson. Passengers, Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. Causton, Mr. Dodd, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Fleming, Mrs. Drisdale, Mr. Sibley, Sarah Smith, Edward Byers, Mr. Elliott, Mr. Symons, and Mrs. M'Mahon.
The brig Industry, and cutter Governor Arthur, are taking in wheat for exportation, at Launceston. They were to sail this week. The Recovery had arrived ; and the Leda is undergoing repair.
Yesterday the brig Governor Sucre, Captain Charles H. Pitner, and the schooner Bolivar, Captain Charles Myrick, two American ves- sels, laden principally with sugar, bound from Manilla (which they left 60 days since) for Valparaiso, put into this port for refreshment. — Passenger, A. Barcaiztequi, Esq.
Just as our Paper was going to Press, a ves- sel, supposed to be the Andromeda, with male prisoners from England, was signalised as
being in the river.