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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS.

ON the 19th inst., The Government Schooner Ellen, Capt. Toby, from King George's Sound &

Augusta.

On the 19th inst., the Quebec Trader, Captain Bellamy, from London and the Cape of Good Hope -Passengers, cabin, Mrs. Ayrton, Mrs. Peel, and Miss Julia And Dorothy Peel ; Master Thomas Peel, Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, Captain Henderson : Steerage, Tho- mas Polly, Mrs. Pace, two daughters, and a son ; Mrs. Helms; and three daughters ; Mr. Thomas Paar, Mr. Ralph Clarence, Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs, and a child ; Mr. and Mrs. Cox. Mr. A. Davies

DEPARTURE.

On the 18th inst, the Merope, Captain Pol- lock, for Madras, via the Mauritius, with the detachment of the 63rd, Captain Erskine, Lieut. Macleod, Lieut, Carew and family, Dr. Milligan and family, 59 non-commiasioned officers rank and file, fifteen women, and 29 children.

Lying in Gages' Roads.-The Quebec Trader, and Arranzay.. " In Cockburn Sound, the Go- vernment Schooner Ellen, and Monkey. .

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