Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esq.
Ship NEWS.-On Sunday last sailed for Port Jackson,
the ship Bombay, Captain George Young.
On Tuesday arrived from England, the ship Regalia, Captain Dixon, with a most valuable and extensive cargo of British and other goods. She left England immedi- ately after the David Shaw; and on her passage she put in at Rio de Janerio, where, she staid five weeks. - Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. J. Emmett and family, who intend to reside here; Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Slade; Mr. and Mrs. John Raine and family; Mr. Joseph Whitfield; Mr. Thomas Mor- ris; Sir. Charles Roberts; Mr. William Maycock; Lieut. J. P. Gellaher, of the 103d Regt.; Mr. Robert Graves; Mr. William Eldridge; Mr. John Blackwell; Mr. John Wood; Mr. John Byfield; and Mr. John Harden, who embarked at Rio.
On Wednesday arrived from Port Jack- ton, the ship Admiral Cockburn, Captain Briggs, with 150 male prisoners.-Passen gers, Frederick Drennan, Esq; Deputy Commissary General, and Lady ; Miss Walch ; Mr. and Mrs. James Cox and fa- mily ; Mr. James Stewart; Mr. Even Griffice; and Ensign Hayes, of the 48th Regiment.