Portot Morpeth.-Vessels ontered inwards from the
21th to the 27th of August, taclaiive :
Collaroy, steamer, 300 tons. Captain Mulhall, with
Paterson, steamer, 616 tons, Captain Jardine, with
Pegasus, 44 tons, Captain Melville, in ballast.
Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Captain Ellis, with son
William, steamer, 310 toas. Captain Beading, with
Fortitude, 40 tons. Captain Greenlees, with a general
Illalong, steamer, 300 toni, Captain Paine, with a general carga
Hunter, steamer, 170 toni, Captain Petley, with a general cargo.
Hunter, steamer, 170 tons. Paptain Petley, with 10 bales wool, 108 bushel« maize, 4 tons hay, and inn
Illalong, steamer. 300 tons. Captain Paine, with 112 hides, 27 bales wool, and sundries.
Caroline, 30 tons, Captain George, with 40 toni
Pegasus, 41 tons, Captain Melville, with 63 tons
Collaroy, steamer, 300 tons, Captain Mulhall, with 21 bushels maize, 2 tons hay, and sundries.
Paterson, steamer. 326 toni, Captain Jardine, with 30 hides. 7 bales sheepskin«. 87 bales wool, 151 trniiei hay, 26 bags maize, and sundries.
Polly Hopkins, OS tons, Captain Harris, with 10 tons bran, 10 tons flour, 25 ton* coal, and 15 tons hay.
Maria Louisa, 44 tons, Captain McBurney, with 67
Fortitude, 40 tons, Captain Greenlees, with 50 tons
Tamar, steamer, 130 toni, Captain Ellis, with 8 bales wool, 42 trusses hay, and sundries.
William, «earner, 810 tons, Captain Harding, with 8 bales wool, 80 hides, 5 trusses bay, 44 bags maize, and
(From ottr own reporter.)
AUGUST 27.-Sabine, brig, 111 toni, Captain Griffiths, from Geelong.
AUGUST 25.-De va, brig, 238 tons, Captain Jewel, for Sydney, with 340 tons of coal.
25.-Imperial, brig, Captain Skinner, for Geelong
27.-Jessie, schooner, 115 tons, Captain Adam, for Geelong, with 160 tons of coal.
AOCOST 24.-Currency Boy, Black Diamond, Maria Theresa. Rose, Flora.
25.-Warlock, Favorite. 26.-Elphin, Ellen. 27.-Ariel.