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Arrived on Tuesday the ship Southworth, 330 tons, Capt. Maltby, from the Downs 27th September, with 188 male convicts, 2 having died on the voyage. Surgeon-superintendent Dr. Evans, R.N.; the guard consists of Capt.   Percy Neven of the 26th regt., Lieut. Cam- pomeine 55th regt., 25 rank and file of vari- ous regiments for India, 5 women and 9


Arrived on Tuesday the schooner Prince Regent, Capt. Kains, from Launceston. Passengers, Mr. Neilson, and Mrs. Kains.

Arrived on Monday the 13th inst. the schooner Friendship, 89 tons, Capt, Boyce, from Sydney 6th Jan. with goods, -passenger

David Hayes.

Arrived on Wednesday the 15th inst. the bark Atwick, 341 tons, Capt. Hugh Mackay,   from London 5th Sept. with a general cargo. -Passengers Mr. Sams and 2 daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Watson, Messrs Hunt, Gisborne, Goodwin, Jamison, Misses Sarah and Susanna do, Mr. Baker, Miss Ann do, Mr. Dosetter, Hugh McHinnon, John Hillyard, John Wen- don, R. Wilson, Augusta do. J. McConnell, Margaret do, F. Lawson, B. Allan, J. Bochl- hurst, Lydia do, Mr. and Mrs. Tuck, Mrs. Brown and child, --also for Sydney, Mr. Stewart, A. Wright, Richard Rose -Mrs. Brown's infant died on the voyage.

Arrived last night the brig Daphne, 156 tons, Capt. Todd, from Mauritius Nov. 19, bringing news from Calcutta to the 13th Sep- tember, and Madras to the 28th Sent

Reported outwards: the Brazil Packet for   New Zealand, Merope for Swan river and Mauritius, Prince of Denmark for Launces- ton, Princess Victoria, and Currency Lass for Sydney.

The Norval, Ross, the Elizabeth, Donald, the Lawrie, Langdon, and the Mary, Beach- croft, Duckenfield and Lavinia, had all arrived


The Southworth spoke the ship Fairlie at sea, bound to Sydney with 373 female con-


The Vibilia and Curler had both arrived

safe at Launceston.

From Mr. Hardy's list at the Jerusalem Coffee House of ships trading to British colo- nies, and other places eatward of the Cape of Good Hope from the port of London, we learn that the ships Palambam, Capt. Willis, the James Harris, Capt. Pearson, the Prince Re- gent, Capt. Aitken, and the Resource, Capt. Coombs, may be immediately expected with goods, to arrive at this port, besides the La- vinia, Capt. Cain, for Launceston, the Que- bec trader, and the James Pattison for Swan River, and the Bolina, Planter, Craigievair, and City of Edinburgh for Sydney.

The ship Dorothy, from London to Bom- bay, sprung a leak on her voyage and went down, the crew and passengers having taken to the boats. They sailed 838 miles to the island of Trinidad, but not being able to land for the surf, they were obliged again to set sail for Babia, when they were picked up by an American vessel after being 20 days at sea in open boats with the smallest possible sub-

sistenec, and running 1311 miles from the spot

where the vessel went down.

The Talbot steamboat from London to Ostend. was lost in the storm at the entrance of the harbour, the passengers however were landed in safety.

The Ann and Amelia of 500 tons, from Calcutta was driven on shore on the French coast nearMontreuel, and only 5 lives saved   out of the whole crew and passengers. Her cargo was of great value, having much gold

on board.

The George and Elizabeth of Newcastle, full of passengers, was also lost off Bou-


Wool.-The sale of Wednesday 11th Sept. amounted to nearly 1,500 bales, of which 967 were Australian, 471 Van Diemen's Land, 28 German, and 12 bales of Cape wool. The sale   was most fully attended by numerous buyers. In some descriptions of colonial wools ad-

vanced prices were given, but a portion of the

low wools were greasy, and fetched lower prices. As far as the sales have proceeded,   the finest qualities of Australian offered have realized from 3s. to 3s. 3d. per lb., second, sorts from 2s. to 2s. 11d. per Ib. and the in- ferior wools from 1s. 2d. to 1s. 10d. per lb. The Van Diemen's Land wools already sold have fetched, for the best offered, 2s. to 2s.   5d. per lb., and other fleeces from 1s. to 1s. 11d. per lb., according to quality. The sale which took place on Tuesday, under the di- rection of Mr. Marsh, was also fully attended,

and prices were fully maintained. There were offered 1,100 bales, all of which were sold. Atlas.            

The sale of woollens in the cloth-halls dur- ing the present week has been very limited, the buyers being few. The same observation applies to the sales in the mechants' ware- houses. Goods, although not so high in price, as the raw material would warrant, to ensure a moderate profit to the manufacturers, are, nevertheless, dear; this is the principal cause   of sales being contracted. -Leeds Intelli- gencer, Sept. 7.

We copy the following prices of the London price current of the 2nd September. viz.-Wool   -blanket wool 13d to 15d per lb, flannel do   17d to 22d per do, combing do 18d to 21d per

do, trade dull. Mimosa bark £7 to £8 10s per