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TRADE AND SHIPPING.

Arrived on Friday the 10th instant, the ship Curler, 327 tons, Lieutenant Hunter, R.N. master, from London 20th March, with a ge-   neral cargo of goods -Passengers, Mr. Boys, Mrs, and 2 Misses Benison Mr. Benison, Miss West, and Mr. Holton, surgeon of the ship also Mr. and Mrs. Burns, Mr. & Mrs James Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathews, and 3 children, Mr. H. and Mr, E. Kesterton,   Mr. Browning, Mr. John and Mr. Robert Mickle, Mr. W. Smith, Mr. Furber, Mr. Cooper. Mr. Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Pearson also in the steerage for Sydney, Mr. John Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Hagan and 3 children, Mr, Watson, Mr. Wranghan, Mr. and Mrs.

and Miss Smith.

The schooner Mars sailed on Tuesday for Bass's Straits, in order to recover if possible some of the wreck of the Courier and Defiance.

The brig Bec has been brought up to port.

The Prince of Denmark come up on Friday,   with a cargo of oil from the fishing station.

The Protector had not sailed from   Launceston for London, and it is possible that letters by the mail this evening may yet be in time.    

Several English ships have recently found a good trading connexion for cheap tea at Ningpo, North East of Canton.

The ship Dash, Capt. Stephenson, from Rio Janeiro was driven on shore at the Cape of Good Hope, during a strong gale from the south east, with considerable damage.  

The Ocean Queen, Capt. Jameson, from the Mauritius, put into the Cape under jury masts, being severely damaged in a gale off

Madagascar.

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