SEPT. 6.—The barque Lysander, 475 tons, W. Currie master, from London, having left on the 29th May. Passengers—Messrs George Hawker, Charles Hawker, Thomas Waterhouse, Frank Gwilt, Henry Cox, Thomas N. Barton, and Rev Mr Farrell. Two steerage passengers, 214 emigrants, and general cargo. Agent-Frew &
SEPT- 7-The barque Richard Webb, Steele, Master, out 124 days from London, on ber way to Sydney, with 63 Emigrants, several horses and bulls, and general cargo. Put in here for water, which she had been out of for the last week ; leaves this day. Agent-John Snooke.
CARGO of the Lady Emma-60 tons flour, 280
bags bran, 311 bags oats, 29 bags pollard, 60 cases beer, 12 qr casks brandy, S bullock drays,
15 rolls lead, 20 rams, 9565 feet cedar.
CARGO of the barque Lyutnder-240 yellow
deals 3 outs, 121 ditto whole, 8 bhds rum, 8 qr casks wine, 20 bhds beer, 24 casks bottled beer, 7 casks, 5 bundles pans, 4 hhds, 2 ditto, 5 cases. 48 casks nails, I- box, 8 bundles, 2 casks, 9 bundles, 4 cases, 7 grindstones, Messr. Hallett and Duff; 50 hhds stout, Messrs Gors ton and Andrews ; 256 cast iron pipes, 9 bundles, 1 cask, South Australian Company ; 2 puncheons ram, 12 hhds brandy, 17 case bottled beer, |S- B. Garratt ; 12 casks, 5 cases, 8 packages, 3 cases, 51 bars wrought iron, 4 bundles steel, 37 deals 14 feet, 199 ditto 18 ft; 19 ditto 16ft, John Malpas . 20 hhds brandy John Morphett; 2 hhds reflues, 4 carotels currants, 42 casks beer, W. P. Peek; 8 cases pickles, 4 ditto mustard, 6 ditto vinegar, 4 ditto bac*n, 8 ditto cheese, 1 ditto hams, I hhd ram, Wm. Corrie; 16 casks, buckets, chests, boxes, and bales, 1 band cart and wheels, cask divers articles, order; 3 cases wrought steel, W«. Salter. J.Frew and Co., agents.
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COAL« TO NEWCASTLE.-The briguera*, from the Umted/Stales, with flonr, rum, and tobacco, had jástftRived as we were going to press. KoboTlßfy^ Advertiser, Aug. 14.