Wednesday, September 12th— The ship Aden, 423 tons, Baker, mas- ter, from London and Plymouth. Passengers —Mr and Mrs Chapman and three daughters, Mrs Walter Chapman and four children, Mr and Mrs Minspratt and two children, Mr Grievson, Mr Dunbar, Mr O. Henriques, Mr N. Henriques, Mr Christopher, Mr Heigenbottom,
Surgeon, in the cabin; and the following emigrants in the steerage —John Adamson, Christian Bushby, Edward Bradley, Charles K Baldwinson and three children, Thomas Bartlett, Thomas Bennett and wife, John Harvey Bellman, Phoebe H Albright, Ebe- nezer Allchin wife and child, Joseph Carn, Mary Ann Cox and three children, James Child, John J Christopher, Catherine Duncan, George Eckley, Benjamin Flathers, John Gaines, James Howell and wife, Helton Harrison, John Hoggins wife and three children, Thomas Jay, Dennis Lanning, William Lloyd, Evan Lloyd, Thomas Madden, John Madden wife and two children, William Nixon, George Nixon, Alex ander Nazer, William Nelson, John Murden, David Phillips wife and child, Mary Stuart and child, Harriet Ramsey, Alfred Simmons, William Porter, Thomas Toller, William Taylor, Robert Shoveller, Thomas Vesty wife and five children, George Wilcox and wife, Charles Edward Wilcox, Sophia Jane Wilcox, Frederick Thomas Wilcox, James Warner and wife, Benjamin Farre, George Besan, Adolphus Besan, William Ferres, James Ward wife and two children, Richard Stratford and wife, Abraham Birmer, George Sloper, Mary Goldsmith and child, Mathew Angove, Robert Binney, John Collett wife and two children, R M Conley wife and two children, John Ehkoum, Jane Godwin and two children, John Hocking. John Hawkens and wife, Thomas Michelmork wife and child, Andrew McQueen and wife, James Maddocks, J Penprase and wife, William Candy and wife, Henry Martin, Philip Nicolle, John Rosser wife and eight children, George Scyntleberry, John Stephens, John Powell and wife, John Tietor, Thomas Victor, N Wheaten wife and two children, John Wilson, B Potter and wife, Frederick Leigh, Robert Lethbridge wife and child, N Lax, John Sanderson, Hilton Harrison. Same day —The ship Duke of Bronte, 423 tons, Barclay, roaster, from London and Plymouth. Passengers —Mr Cunningham, Surgeon, and Mr Faynes in the cabin; and the following emigrants in the staerrge —Jonathan Bishop wife and five children, Ann Brown, William B Brown, Edward Beadmere, Caroline Beadraere, Edith Beadmere, William Balls, William Brooks, Edmund Hope Cooper, Joseph Dare and wife, William Gerrard, George Harker and wife, Rosomond Harker, James Harrison wife and two children, Lewis Hill and wife, Alfred Joues, Mary Leicester, Walter Le Fargen, Henry H Lincoln, Edward Lack, George Lewis wife and two children, Sarah Melen, Catherine Melen, Octavius Mathias, Andrew McGregor, Wil liam Miller and wife. Eliza Norris and five children, Arthur Newson, James O'Karrill, George Simnett, George Simons, Charles Smith wife and two children, Daniel Somerset wife and two children, John Seddon, Theresa Sheel, David Thomas, Frederick Warren, Robert Wright, William Wrigglesworth wife and three children, George Williamson, Joseph Wearing, Emma White, Alfred Wrather, Samuel
Watts, John Pratt, Edward Wheeler, William Pierce and wife, John Richards wife and three children, Sarah Stent, W A Smith. Friday, September 14th — The ship Ocean, tons, Fokkes, master, from Hamburg 26th April. Passengers—F Schroder and wife, H Burchard, H Kounfeldt wife and four children, L Kruth, A Severin, C Reinhardt, M Hennings, J Schwarch, H Huddebrand, G Reinhardt, F Brusch, J Bockmann wife and child, L Rounfeldt, H Rounfeldt, H Kadow wife and two children, F Schmidt, H Ziebel, J Johst, C Raebe, E C Linnemann wife and child, C H Tollack wife and three children, M H Schutt and wife, H W Duncker, E Bollmeyer wife and five chil- dren, C Barthel, J N Bornemann, A Klopcke, P Jacobj and wife, E C Linnemann junior, E H Ohlmeyer, C Neische, J J Meyer and wife, P Meyer, J Richen, W M G Lucas, W Fiedler, A Berchmann, J H Schultz, J Victorsen and wife, J K Mounton, G Karsten, A Adiches and wife, D Hartmann, C Halsinger and child, H C A Beeken wife two children, H Muscate, F Heinrich wife and child, J A Peters wife and three children, L Bertrand wife and child, F Tschoppe, L Voigt, R Disseldorf, M Schmidt, C G Nieschwagers, C G A Schroder, J H Biemann. B Hute, L A C Trapp, M Landvoigt, M Forster, D Land voigt, H Ballenhagen, W Blandowcki, F G Ausfield, M Koster, E Kopike wife and three children, E Schultz, J F Lochner wife and three children. A cutter was in sight the greater part of yesterday ; but having a light and contrary wind, there was nothing from her up to a late hour. CLEARED OUT. Thursday, September 13th —The brig Dorset, 82 tons, Walsh, master, for Hobart Town, in ballast. Passengers —Mr Taylor, Mrs Walsh, and two privates of the 99th Regiment. IMPORTS. Cargo of the Australia (arrival reported in our last)— 17,940 bricks, 3 boxes, 11 bundles dyeing colours, 1 box sundries, 34 packages, Order. Cargo of the Aden— 30,000 bricks, 160 sheds, 20 iron plates, 8 bars, 37 bundles, 20 tons blue clay. 23 tons cribbeth clay, 430 bars, 53 pieces iron, 1 case. G. S. Walters : 1 case, D. Collins; 2 cases, 1330 bricks, J. Mullen ; 1 box, C. J. La Trobe ; I case, Captain Pearson. Cargo of the Duke of Bronte— 46 hhds., 6 qr-casks, 1 case, Robert Parker; l barrel, lOlihds., R. Stephenson; 100 hhds., N. P. LeBair; so hhds., 923 battens, 227 pkgs., 69 bundles, 5 casks, 33 pkgs., 4 cases, 135 crowbars, C. « F. J. Beck ; ih cases, 176 iron castings, Australian Mining Co. ; 1 crate. 1 cask. Order. Cargo of the Ocean— 1 cases, Bollenhaden and Schraunn ; 2 cases, A. F. Adiches ; 2 cases, Kapshe ; 22 cases, 3 pkgs., 2 trusses, 240 trunks, 1 cask, 1 bundle, Order ; 4 waggon wheels, Order. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. In addition to the vessels previously announced as having been laid on for this colony from England, we have to notice the Brighton, the Coromandel, the Cheap tide (to leave 20th June), the Orator (to leave Sth June), the Senator (27th June), and the Trafalgar (to leave on the 28th June).