September 18 - Elizabeth, schooner, 21 tons, Bennett, master, from Port Albert. Passengers - Mrs Bayley, Mrs Flann and two children, Mr and Mrs Doyle.
September 19 - John Bull, schooner, 71 tons, John Collins, master, from Hobart Town.
Passengers - Messrs Wallis, W Peeler, and D
September 19 - Sylvanus, schooner, Moodie, master from Hobart Town. Passengers - Mary Cherrett, W Fagan, D O'Brien.
September 19 - Clarence, schooner, 73 tons, Burt, master, from Sydney. Passengers - James
McKay, two sons and daughter, F Carpenter, J
September 19 - Phoebe, schooner, 89 tons, Ben- nett, master, from Sydney. Passengers - Messrs H J Hart, J Cetta, M Last, Anderson, Closkey,
September 19 - Christina, brig, 126 tons, Saun- ders, master, from Sydney. Passengers - Mr and Mrs Watson and family, Miss Batman, Mrs Fen- nell, Messrs. Buckland, Ashhurst and Courtney; steerage - two Misses Stewart, Walter Cousins,
William Coffee, Edward Brown, Mrs Somers,
September 19 - Diana, brig, 103 tons, Ball, master, from Sydney. Passengers - Mr W N Llewellin, Mr Colman and child, Mr Patterson, Mr and Mrs Roberts and child, Mr A Fore- ment, Mr Richardson, Mr and Mrs Jane, Mr
September 20 - Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons G. Gilmore, commander, from Sydney, 17th instant. Passengers, - Mr and Mrs Stephen, Dr Motherwill, Dr Adams, Messrs Hugh Cham- bers, White, Brown, Butts, G. Lang, and Niel Black. Steerage, - Miss Chisholm, Mrs Lee, Ellen Hare, Mr and Mrs Bradford and three children, Messrs Cullen, Glover, Wilson, Fornent, Cartwright, Brown, Purves, and Sinclair, four soldiers, three women and four children.
September 20—Petrel, schooner, 69 tons, Gibson, master, from Sydney. Passengers,—Mr and Mrs Aitcheson and two children, Messrs S Mark, Cornelius Catt, Finn, Owen, Palmer, J Nagle, L Flynn, and J Thompson.
September 21 - Rebecca, schooner, 75 tons, Stewart, master, from Hobart Town. No pas-
September 21 - Enterprise, schooner, 58 tons, Miller, master, from Hobart Town. Passengers - Mrs Clarke, Mrs Austin.
September 19 - Union, barque, 326 tons, T Rapson, commander, for Adelaide. Passengers, - Mr and Mrs J B Were, Mr Thomas McCulla.
Steerage, - John Jones, J Bradbury, J Scarlett
September 19 - Flying Fish, schooner, 123 tons, John Clinch, commander, for Hobart Town. Passengers, - Mrs Clinch, Mr Russell, Mr Priest, Mrs Young. Steerage, - Mrs Fitzpatrick and two children, and John Davis.
September 20 - Elizabeth, brig, 106 tons, W Brown, master, for Launceston. Passengers, - Mrs Bell, Mr J Were, Mr Roberts, Mr Christian Mathews and wife, Mr John Kellett and Mr
September 21 - Adelaide, schooner, 96 tons
Jasper, master, for Hobart Town. No passen-
September 21 - Teazer, schooner, for Circular Head, in ballast. Passengers - Mr M C Mortimer, Isaac Hoggins.
September 20 - Flying Fish, for Hobart Town. September 20 - Union, for Adelaide.
September 20 - David, (from Geelong) for
September 19 - Elizabeth, from Port Albert - 25 bags wheat, Craig ; 1 quarter cask wine,
September 19 - John Bull, from Hobart Town - 15,000 feet timber, 60,000 shingles, 30,000 laths, Oliver ; 140 bags potatoes, Connell.
September 19 - Sylvanus, from Hobart Town 10 hhds brandy, 69 cases Geneva, 20,000 feet timber, 2,700 paling, 40,000 laths, 47,000 shin- gles, 12 boxes tin, 7 bags potatoes, 1 case leather, 17 boxes apples, Beaver ; 1 case leather, 1 case hemp, Russell and Co.
September 19 - Clarence, from Sydney - 4 casks oranges, 1 case, Blanch ; 38 tons coal 2,000 feet cedar, 420 bushels maize, 7 cases fruit, 3 hhds sugar, 3 bales paper, Raleigh ; 3 hhds molasses, Smith and Co ; 1 case sheep shears, Green ; 1 cask hardware, 1 keg nails, 1 keg chain, 1 anvil, 12 grindstones, Mason ; 1 package
September 19 - Ph0ebe, from Sydney - 3 pipes, 7 hhds 14 quarter casks port wine, Order ; 10 boxes mould candles. Wright ; 4 crates, 4 bales, 1 chest, 14 cases merchandise, Hart ; 2 cases earth- enware, 1 bag nuts, 2 cases blue, 1 cask ginger, 1 case sundries, Mayne; 2 cases merchandise, Betts; 114 bags maize, 1 case earthenware, 1
crate earthenware, 1 cask blacking, 2 kegs butter, 1 bag nuts, Were and Co ; 9 packages merchan- dise, 2 casks oranges, Cetta; 19 casks butter, 1 cask, Order.
September 19 - Christina, from Sydney - 4 hhds 8 quarter casks wine, 9 bales woolpacks, 2 trusses wine, 20 hhds porter, 1 truss webbing, 3 casks fruit, 8 tons coals. Smith ; 119 bags corn, Craig ; 5 hhds brandy, Jackson, Rae and Co ; 1
case merchandise, Dismorr ; 4½ tierces tobacco, Porter and Co ; 400 chests, 234 half chests tea, 200 chests congou, 50 boxes souchong, 50 boxes gunpowder tea, 14 boxes imperial tea, Griffiths, Fanning and Co ;1 quarter cask wine. Fennell; 1 parcel, Moor; 1 case, a piano forte, Buckland; 4 cases, H. M. Government ; 4 packages bacon; Coffee ; - casks butter, Brown ; 1 case, Dight;
1 box, Bell.
September 19 - Diana, from Sydney - 6 casks butter, Order; 50 tons coals, 31 logs cedar, 20 bags sugar, 10 casks refined sugar, 1 case wool- lens, 1 case matches, 1 ditto woollens, 9 dito mustard, 8 ditto fruits, 3 jams, &c, 1 ditto Eau de Cologne, 3 hogsheads molasses, 36 ox hides, Raleigh ; 2 bales and 2 cases merchandise, Harris & Co ; 300 bushels maize, 2 hogsheads rum, 11 bags sugar, 4 cases oranges, Were & Co; 1 tierce tobacco, 2 hogsheads loaf sugar, 3 crates earthenware, 1 cask almonds, Mayne ; 1 cask hardware, Dunn ; 6 cases merchandise, Bell; 100 cases Geneva, Jackson, Rae, & Co ; 1 case hooks, 1 cask ink, Cregin; 1 bag curled hair, Mortimer & Son ; 13 kegs butter, 1 case matches, Gill ; 2 cases, Annand, Smith & Co ; 27 casks oranges, Dalmahoy Campbell & Co.
September 20 - Shamrock, from Sydney - 2 cases 1 cask, McLachlan & Shaw ; 3 cases, An- nand, Smith & Co ; 5 cases 1 truss, Dismorr; 8 cases 1 quarter-cask 3 casks 1 box, Farnent ; 5 packages drugs, 1 cask, Long ; 2 kegs iromongery,
1 case, Green ; 2 cases, Harris St Co ; 1 box, 5 cases starch, 2 bales, 3 packages raisins, Knight; 1 case, Norman ; 1 paper parcel, Williamson ; 2 boxes tea, 20 bags sugar, 3 packeges sieves, 20 cases, 1 trunk, 1 box, 4 casks, 1 keg tobacco, 1 package bedding, 6 chests tea, Cartwright ; 2
cases, Cregin; 13 pieces bacon, Say ; 1 paper parcel, James Graham ; 1 paper parcel, Union Bank ; 2 kegs nails, 1 cask 1 parcel 1 case, Mason ; 1 small box, Boursiquot ; 4 cases, Sim- mons; 1 package trees, Wilkinson ; 1 box plants, Curr ; 11 cases, Cullen ; 3 cases, Cetta; 1 tea chest, Walker ; 1 crate 3 bales, Fisher; 1 bale 6 frying pans, 6 fire shovels, Barracks ; 1 case
Raleigh ; 1 small case, Marsden ; 1 case, Willis; 8 bags oysters, Henrickson ; 1 small box, Davis; 8 bags oysters, 7 casks oranges, Brady ; 1 cask earthenware, 3 cases, Knight ; 11 bags oysters,
Wilson ; 1 parcel. Moor; 1 basket fruit, Byron;
6 cedar boxes, 1 parcel, Hooker ; 1 horse, 1 chest drawers, Stephen ; 18 bags oysters, Pate; 1 cask
James Hepburn ; 1 case, Black ; 1 carriage and harness, Watson & Wight; 1 parcel, Adsin ; 2
casks 1 hamper, Jamieson & Co ; 1 trunk, Fen
nell; 1 carriage, 2 packages, La Trobe; 1 chest drawers, Miss Chisholm ; 1 parcel, Westgarth, Ross, & Co ; 5 cases, 1 cask sundries, 1 case plate, Order ; 1 basket fruit, Ocock.
September 21 - Rebecca, from Hobart Town 2 tierces tobacco, 16,500 feet timber, 18,000 laths, 120,000 shingles, 104 bags potatoes, 34 bags oats, 2 trunks shoes, 14 bales paper, Beaver ;
2 cases blue, Order.
September 21 - Enterprise, schooner, 58 tons, from Hobart Town - 31 tons coals, Fulton and Co ; 2,000 feet timber, 2,000 shingles, 1,000 paling, 5 tons potatoes, 2 cases boots, Watson
September 19 - Union, for Adelaide. 2 cases slops, 250 bushels oats, 1 case books.
September 19. - Flying Fish, for Hobart Town: 9 bundles spades, 55 casks nails, 8 tierces beef, 5 tierces beef, 30 bullocks, 60 sheep, 2 bundles
September 20 - Elizabeth, for Launceston. 4 tierces beef, 3 bundles ox hides, 10 tierces beef, 28 head cattle, 103 sheep, 10 tierces beef, 20 bundles ox hides, 44 chests and 44 half-chests
tea, 4 bundles ox hides.
September 21 - Adelaide, for Hobart Town, 250 sheep, 12 tierces beef, 8 tierces beef, 39 casks nails, 30 bundles iron, 23 boxes tin.
The John Bull, concerning whose safety there has been felt for some time much well grounded anxiety, arrived here on Tuesday last. She left Hobart Town on the 20th of last month, but on her passage encountered a succession of furious gales, which drove her almost through the Strait from one place of refuge to another for almost a fortnight, and frequently placed her in the greatest jeopardy. During the storm all the timber with
which her deck was loaded had to be thrown over- board, and two of the crew escaped almost mira- culously being victims to the fury of the tem-
The schooner Pedlar, hence for Port Albert, was wrecked in the Straits on the 2nd instant. - She had ran for shelter from the late terrific gales to Kent's group, where unfortunately she parted her cable, and was driven on shore. There were three passengers on board, two of whom were Mr. Isaac Buchanan and Captain Taylor, once master of the Elizabeth schooner, but crew and all were saved. They had reached the Light- house and were then waiting for a vessel, to con-
vey them to their original destination, when the
John Bull left.
The Matilda schooner, from Hobart Town to
one of the Straits' Island, has also been wrecked by the gale of the 2nd instant, she had reached her destination and was anchored when her anchors gave way, and she was driven on the rocks lining the shore, where she soon became a total wreck. By flying a flag from an oar, the crew made their situation known to the John Bull, which fortunately passed the island soon after the disastrous occurrence, and that vessel picked them up and has brought them to this