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November 26. - Mousam, barque, 198 tons, John McDonald, from Hobart Town, 19th inst. Passengers - cabin: Mrs. Campbell and two children, Miss Guard, Mrs. Read and child ; and three in the steerage. Captain McDonald, Agent.  

November 26. - Hugh Roberts, schooner, 95 tons, E.

Griffiths, from Newcastle, N.S.W., 8th inst. No passen- gers. J. L. and C. Burke, Agents.

November 26. - Emma Prescott, brig, 160 tons, J. Staunton, from Hobart Town, 19th inst. Passengers - cabin: Miss E. Reynolds, Mr. Armstrong, Masters Crook and Laidman ; and five in the steerage. George Lewis and Co., agents.

November 25. - Monarch, barque, 315 tons, G. Kelly, from Sydney, 16th inst. Passengers - cabin : Mr. and Mrs. Steele and family, Mr. Quinn ; and five in the steerage. Downing, Griffiths, and Co., agents.

November 26. - Harp, schooner, 144 tons, H. Clarke, from Auckland, 16th October. Passengers - cabin : Messrs. Fleming, Landers, Littleton; and four in the steerage. McPherson, Francis, and Co., agents.

November 26. - Champion, s. s. s., 300 tons, F. Helpman, from Portland, 25th inst. Passengers Cabin : Mr. and Mrs. Fisher and family, Miss Cox, Messrs. Pearson, Browning, Stewart, Scott, Draper, Burnie, Thompson, Russell, Andrews, Barber, Mitchell, Allen (2), Winter, Evans, Roberts, Taylor ; and 20 in the steerage. J. Henty and Co., agents.  

November 26. - Yarra Yarra, A.S.N. Co., s.s.s., 500 tons, W. Bell, from Sydney, 22nd inst. Passengers Cabin :Mrs. Kendall, child, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sands and family, Mrs. Tooth and child, Mr. and Mrs. Yeamans, Mrs. T. Lovett, Mrs. Murnagie, Miss Chisholm, Messrs. J. Tooth, G. Ratterie, W. Spain Merlin, G. Lewis, J. Watson, T. Bibbs, C. Godfrey, Palmer, Butler ; and 72 in the steerage. W. P. White

and Co., agents.

November 26. - William Buchanan, barque, 166 tons, C. Clarke, from Newcastle, N.S.W., 13th inst. No passengers. J. L. and C. Burke, agents.

November 26. - Black Swan, s.s.s., 143 tons, A. T. Woods, from Launceston 25th inst. Passengers cabin : Mrs. Donnett, Mrs. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Cook, Miss McDonald, Messrs. Harrington, Hogarth, Vallentine, Nathan, Moorhead ; and seven in the steerage. W. Bayles and Co., agents.

November 26. - Caroline, schooner, 126 tons, C. Smith, from Sydney 15th inst, Passengers - cabin : Miss Blewitt, Mr. Cooper; and three in the steerage. J. C. Clarke, agent.  

November 26. - Workington, brig, from Twofold Bay.


November 26. - Freak, schooner, put back.

November 26. - Maria Louisa, schooner from New


November 26. - Mariquita, schooner, from Warr-



November 26. - Svendborg, Danish brig, 340 tons, J. Jorzenson, for Guam. Melchior and Co., agents.

November 26. - Buonaparte, schooner, 120 tons, J. W. Robb, for Launceston. Captain, agent.


November 26. - Gil Blas, 175 tons, John Nicol, for Otago, New Zealand. E. B. Cargill, agent.

November 26. - Deva, 238 tons, R. Breckenridge, for Newcastle, N.S.W., in ballast. Cole, Bruce, and   Norton, agents.

November 26. - Nestorian, American ship, 698 tons, J. B. Morris, for Calcutta, in ballast. Flower, McLaren,

and Co., agents.

November 26. - Echo, ship, 1189 tons, J. W. Boyd, for Callao, in ballast. Cleve Brothers and Co.,


November 26. - Vixen, schooner, 126 tons, M. McDonald, for Launceston. J. C. Brown and Co., agents.

November 26. - Tay, ship, 608 tons, J. A. Grant, for Sydney, with part of original cargo from Bordeaux. Flower, McLaren, and Co., agents.


November 26. - Pioneer, schooner, for Launceston.


November 26. - Athletœ, ship, for Bombay.

November 26. - Black Swan, ship, for Callao. November 26. - Sumatra, ship, for Manilla.

November 26. - British Trident, ship, for Calcutta.


FOR LIVERPOOL. - Ocean Chief, 30th November; White Star, early.  

FOR LONDON. - Blackwall, R.M.S., 30th November ;

Copenhagen, 10th January ; Admiral, 12th December;   Orwell, 23rd Dec. ; Mermaid, George Marshall, early.

FOR BRISTOL. - Morning Star, on arrival.

FOR PORT ALBERT. - Storm Bird, every Tuesday.

FOR WARNAMBOOL, PORTLAND, AND PORT FAIRY. Champion, steamer, every Friday ; Lady Bird, every Tuesday ; Queen, steamer, every Wednesday.

FOR SYDNEY. - Yarra Yarra, this day. FOR SINGAPORE. - Gazelle, early.

FOR HONG KONG. - Time and Truth, 1st December.


November 26. - Mousam, from Hobart Town : 50 tons stone, 40,000 feet timber, 20,000 palings, 20,000 shingles, 150 posts and rails, 1 cart, 2 bales, 1 cask honey, 6 packages furniture, 1 lemonade machine, 8 hogsheads brandy, 30 pockets hops, 1 bale cotton, 20 packages drapery, 3 horses. Order.

November 26. - Hugh Roberts, from Newcastle, N.S.W., 110 tons coal, 278 bags maize, Order.

November 26. - Emma Prescott, from Hobart Town : 40,000 palings, 54,000 feet sawn timber, 30,000 shingles, 75 packages furniture, 1 carriage, Order.  

November 26. - Monarch, from Sydney : 2,000 bags maize, 10,000 feet timber, 60 tons patent fuel, 50 pockets hops, 700 bags oats, 267 casks bottlod beer, Order.

November 26. - Harp, from Auckland: 100 tons Kaurie gum, 7 casks pork, 138 do. black oil, 1½ tierces tobacco, 16 kegs butter, 1 case axes, 1 do. saddlery, 8 barrels pitch, 1 bale bags, 302 bags guano, 40,000 laths,


November 26. - Champion, from Portland: 100 bales wool, 100 casks bottled beer, 330 bags potatoes, Order.    

November 26. - W. Buchanan, from Newcastle, N.S.W. : 146 tons coal, 2,280 bushels maize, Order.

November 20. - Black Swan, from Launceston: 303 bags potatoes, A. T. Woods ; 10 do. oats, J. C. Brown; 1 case boots, J. Watts ; 200 packages gooseberries, 6 kegs oilmen's stores, 1 bale, 442bags oats, 1 case kan- garoo skins, 1 do. boots, 394 bags potatoes, 4 horses,


November 26. - Caroline, from Sydney: 20 quarter casks wine, 20 octavos do., 90 cases gin, 30 cases brandy, 29 hhds. beer, 9 cases matches, 890 water pipes, 17 packages machinery, 1 case do. 15 drays, 212 pair stocks, 29 quarter-casks vinegar, 295 bags maize, 250 do. wheat,  

26 bales hops, 2000 spokes, 300 felloes, 11 tierces sad-   dlery, 5 cases do., 110 packages groceries, 15 packages furniture, 1 boiler, 37 dozen shovels, Order.


November 26. - Vixen, fiom Launceston: 86 oars, 15 bags flour, and 200 sheep.

November 26. - Gil Blas, from Otago: 4 hhds. 4 qr.-casks brandy, 20 chests, 20 half-chests tea, 255 bags   sugar, 20 kegs, 10 bags rails, 2 cases hardware, 5 doz. scythe-poles, 5 cases, 1 cask drugs, 66 bars, 8 bolts, 9 sheets iron, 1 bundle hoops, 1 case drapery, 50 bags salt, 2 iron safes, 5 cases stationery, 14 boxes tobacco, 6 half-barrels apples, 2 cases vinegar, 5 cases axes, 1 cask spirits, 40 cases brandy, 40 cases Geneva, 20 casks arsenic, 5 bundles leather, 1 bag saddlery, 4 casks soda, 6 doz. reaping-hooks.



November 21. - White Swan, from Melbourne.


November 21. - White Swan, for Adelaide.



November 21. - Dobsons, from Melbourne.


November 19. - Maid of the Valley, for Melbourne ; Tamar, for Adelaide.



November 19. - Glencoe, from Port Albert ; Emma, from Sydney ; Lady Leigh, from Whaling.


November 20. - Tasmania, for Sydney. November 21. - Pet, for Batavia.

November 22. - Glencoe, for Port Albert.



November 19. - Comet, from South Sea Islands.

November 20. - Yarra Yarra, from Melbourne; Grafton, from Clarence River.

November 21. - Viola, from Hobart Town ; Sex Nymph, from Adelaide ; Shamrock, from Morton Bay.

November 22. - Edward Oliver, from Liverpool.


November 19. - Marchioness of Londonderry, for Madras ; Brilliant, for Melbourne ; Waratah, for

Wide Bay.

November 21. - Thomas Royden, for Manilla; Prince Alfred, for Japan.

POST OFFICE NOTICE. - MAILS OUTWARDS. - It is no- tified at the General Post Office that mails will be made up for the undermentioned places, closing as follows :-Blackwall, for London, 29th, inst., 5.30 p.m.; Yarra Yarra, for Sydney, this day, 12.45 p.m. ;   Ocean Chief, for Liverpool, this day, 11.45 a.m. ; Black Swan, for Launceston, 29th inst., 12.45 p.m.

OCEAN CHIEF AND BLACKWALL. - We notice that the former of these favorites of the Australian fleet, has been detained until Sunday morning, consequent upon the interruption of business by the general


Both these vessels will, therefore, sail on Sunday morning, and an interesting race will be the con secquence, as, no doubt, both captains will do their

utmost to deliver their gold and mails first, and the   result will be looked for here with much interest.    

Last year a similar race occurred between the

Lightning and Blackwall, as they sailed from Port   Phillip Heads together on the 28th December, the re- | suit was in favor of the Lightning, as she arrived here     some thirty-five days before the Blackwall, the latter vessel having made a long passage. The Lightning is probably, at this time, about sailing again from Liverpool, as she left this port with a full cargo, on      

the 27th August last.  

THE ABSCONDING SAILORS. - Two of the absconding crew from the Day Spring have been captured by the     Mounted Police. They had engaged themselves at

some work on shore, near the Surrey river. Nine   sailors for the General Hewitt have been engaged in   Melbourne, and sent down by last steamer. Yesterday a constable was put on board the General Hewitt, to prevent any desertion from the vessel by the new

hands, the Captain not having yet come down, he being detained in Melbourne to engage more seamen.

- Portland Guardian.

The barque John Williams will, we understand, be detained here for about a fortnight, in order to under- go the repairs necessary in consequence of damage sustained in a heavy gale on the 9th of October last. She has had a rather boisterous passage, and has lost her bowsprit, davit, boat, sprit-sail yard, and jib boom. This vessel is the property of the London Missionary Society, and was built about ten years ago from a fund raised by the collections of children chiefly in connection with their schools, and has tra versed these seas on former occasions in furtherance of the objects aimed at by the society. On her present voyage she left London July 23rd, calling at the Cape of Good Hope, from which place she sailed on the 7th of October, and arrived at Hobart Town on Sunday 16th inst. Hence she will proceed to Melbourne, Sydney, and Polynesia, and in all probability will not

revisit Europe for four or five years. We hear that   during her stay in this port public meetings will be   called to elicit the sympathies of this community in   the causes of Christian missions. Shortly before her

reaching the Cape of Good Hope a seaman committed   suicide by throwing himself overboard, it is supposed

in a fit of insanity. The only vessel reported by the John Williams is the Sutledge, bound for India, which   left the Cape in her company on the 7th ult. - Tas- mania Daily News, 20th November.