From the Cape of Good Hope, on Sunday last,
whence she sailed the 30th March, the barque Mary Hay, 285 tons, Captain Volum, with 68 Govern- ment Emigrants, (late of the Juliana, wrecked at the Cape,) under the superintendence of Henry Kelsall, Esq., R. N. Passengers, cabin-Captain Townsend, Bengal Native Infantry, Mr. George Milne, Mr. George Wilkinson, Mr. John Stewart, and Mr. James Crawford. Steerage, Thomas and Robert Browne, and William Ryan. Agent, Capt.
From tho Bay of Islands, New Zealand, yester- day, whence she sailed the '¿ntl instant, the schooner ?Currency Lass, Captain Dnvts, with '25 tons oil, ó tons flour, 5» bags walnuts, 16 ke>;s tobacco, tea, &c. Passenger, Captain Milne. Agent, Mr,
From Newcastle, same day, the brig Martha,
From Liverpool via the Cape of Good Hope, same day, having left the former port the 18th January, and the latter 2nd April, the ship Formosa, 535 tons, Captain Alexander Adams, with 250 Emigrants, under the superintendence of Duncan Campbell, Esq., Surgeon. Passengers, Messrs. James Herriott, M. P. Stoddan, Richard Hammers- ley, Ronald Fletcher, John McHenry, Peter Smith, John Foster, Henry Mclntosh Sampson, Richard Hunt, and Robert Brittargh. Agents, A. B. Smith
For Port Phillip and Launceston, on Saturday .last, tho brig Sterile, Captain Butcher, with sun- dries. Passengers in our last.
For Launceston, oamo day, the baique Christina, "Captain -Bell, with tea, &c.'
For Hobart Town, yesterday, the barque Augustas Ctrsar, Captain Lacy, willi sundries. Passengers, cabin-Messrs. Hatch, Dillon, Harper, Dutton, and Hobson. Stoerage, W. Connolly, W. Jones, (i. Warne and wile, W. Scott, and J. Evans, wife,