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HOU A HT TOWN.

Arrivals.-June 19-the ship Tybec, Millett, from Boston, 27th February, with a general cargo.

19-the ship Frances, Sharp, from Liverpool, 14th February, with a general cargo.

20-the ship Fortitude, Purchase, from London, 20th February, with a general cargo-passengers, Rev. Mr. Spurr, Mrs. Spurr, two Misses Spurr, Master Spurr, Mrs. Walter, Master C. Robinson, Mr. L. Farrell, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Wilson, Messrs. Watkins, M. Wilson, A. Wilson, and Hinsby.

20-the cutter Shamrock, Robertson, from Adelaide, 13th June, with sundries-passengers, Messrs. Archer, J. Doyle, W. Loxton, and J. Holainby.

22 -the schooner Sir John Franklin, Gill, from Tort Phillip, 15th June, with beef and rice-passengers, Messrs. S. Castlcdinc and E. Lipscombe.

22-the schooner Lillias, 100 tons, Smith, from Port Phillip, with sundries.

Departure-June 25-the brig Jean, 200 tons, Clark, for Port Phillip, with sundries.

Port ok Launceston.

Departures.-June IG-the schooner Water Witch, 99 tons, Rolls, from South Australia, with 3 bags nuts and four passengers.

l8-the schooner Lowestoft, 114 tons, Ruffle, from Sydney, with sundi ics and three passengers.

l8-the brig Henry, 107 tons, Toby,from Port Phillip, with 1 cask carraway seeds.

19-the schooner Gem, 78 tons, Bell, from Port Phillip, in ballast.

19-the brig David, from South Australia.

19-the bark Mona, 152 tons, Milligan, from Portland Bay, in ballast and three passengers.

Departures.-June l8-the schooner Joshua Carroll, 147 tons, Porter, for Port Phillip, with sundries and ten

passengers.

19-the br»k Mary, Munyard, for Adelaide, with sun- dries and three passengers.

IMPORTS.

Vessels entered Inwards from the \8(h June to the 24th

June, 1840, inclusive.

Per bark North Briton-1159 bars iron, GO bundles ditto, 14 bundles steel, 2 casks chairs, 3 bales woollen carpeting, Kerr & Co. ; 5 boxes heads, 1 copper pump, C. M'Lnch lnn ; 34 casks glass, 1 box ditto, Kcrr& Co. ; 4 cases hats, 25 casks bottled ale, 1 case caps, 2 cases woollens, 1 case apparel, J. Johnston ; 1 box grass seeds, II. F. Thomp- son, Esq. ; I box apparel, N. G. Foggo ; 1 box ditto, I). Cameron, Esq. ; 1 box apparel, Mr. A. Anderson ; 4 butts, 10 hhds, 10 quarter casks, 1 hhd sherry. 3 pipes, 8 hhds, 4¿ casks port wine, 2 hhds 14 quarter cashs Sicilian wine, 1 hhd whiskey, 55 cases port wine, 1 box samples, 30 bags corks, Hugh Murray ; 50 casks bottled ale, 20 barrels ale, Kerr, Alexander, & Co. ; 2 boxes cotton threads, Jumes Murdoch ; I box apparel, Mrs. Lewis ; I paper parcel, John Walker, Esq. ; 7 hhds red wine, 10 quarter casks do, Kerr, Alexander, & Co. ; 1 matted package, C. B. Lyons ; 1 leather pockngo, W. Russell ; 1 canvas do, C. Thompson ; 1 canvas do, It. Officer ; 1 paper parcel, Captain Cheyne ; 1 box, M. Muir ; 1 bundle, Robert Munn, Esq. ; 998 bars iron, 20 bundles steel. Meases and 1 bile apparel, Order; 21 puncheons 1 quarter cask rum, 326 boxes soap, 7 bales sailcloth and bags, 8 hhds brandy, 3 pipes 5 hhds 20 quarter casks wine, 3 butts .Malaga wine, 20 hhds Geneva, 1 winnowing machine, 1 bundle baskets, 1 cask corks, 1 jar and three boxes apothecary and confectionery. Brown & Co. ; 4 casks 1 case and 6 keg sundries, Young and Thompson ; 5 trunks shirts, Ramsay & Co. ; 19 hhds wine, 3 hhds brandy, 2 casks blocks, 82 casks glass, 7 quar- ter casks wine, 25 kegs red, 30 do white herrings, 20 boxes fish, 2 boxes books, It. Howe & Co ; 1 box merchandise, Lieutenant-Colonel Gray; 70 casks bottled ale, W. Scott ; 17 hhds 25 barrels ale, (in bulk) 2 boxes apparel, 1 bale shawls, J. F. & It. Turnbull ; 30 casks 1 box glass, 1 bag corks, Gilchrist & Co. ; 10 bales bags, Alexander & Co. ; 4 packages agricultural implements, A. J. Hen- derson; 1J barrel red, 2J barrels white herrings, 1 cask oatmeal, Alexander Dick; 54 cases bottled wine,- 200 packages gunpowder, Edwards and Hunter; 115 pun- cheons rum, 50 half cases 50 cases 25 casks Hollands, 0 tierces Ilnmbro' beef, 49 barrels Hambro' pork, 30 baskets champagne, 56 boxes tobacco pipes, 245 casks bottled ale, CO redwood deals, 240 do deal ends, 27 new oil butts, C. M'Lachlan or R. Howe ; 2 boxes apparel, Mr. G. Rat- tray ; 30 bales and boxes paper, Win. Robertson ; 17 kegs butter, Walter Gray ; 1 box, J. A. Campbell ; 2 boxes, P. Lester ; 1 box, S. E. Dalrymple ; 3 boxes and 1 keg, D. Wallace; 1 box, J. Burnett; I do, Rev. J. Erimoiiston ; 2 boxes, J. Watson ; I case, P. F. Hay ; 1 box, R. Black- wall ; 2 do, C. W. Schuttyc ; 1 paper parcel, P. Cameron ; I 1 do, J. C. M'Lauren ; 1 paper parcel, N. D. Stenhouse.

Per ship Tybec-837 kegs 50 boxes tobacco, 22 barrels Iii do snuff, 52 boxes chairs, 300 barrels bread, 40 hhds bacon, 100 kegs lard, 400 boxes soap, 123 kegs butter, 4 barrels beans, 11,000 feet pine timber, 50 bags hops, 150 carboys spirits turpentine, 10G7 oars, 5 spars, 8 casks dried apples, 70 casks rum, 13 boxes snuff, 100 dozen pails, 5(i barrels pork, 47 cases palm-leaf hats and caps, 5 whale boats, 500 boxes lemon syrup, ' 75 boxes pickles, COO brooms, l8 pipes bread, 200 kegs gunpowder, 4cases palm- leaf hats, 1 bag tobacco, 1 barrel cigars, 150 bags walnuts, 50 bags filberts, 20 barrels linseed oil, J. Boyes.

Per bark Avoca-240 battens, 60 deals, 155 boxes glass, W. M. Orr : 1 carriage, 3 baskets I case cheese, E. Bisdee ; 1 hydraulic press, C. Swanston ; 7 cases furniture and haberdashery, 1 fire engine, J. Dunn; 6 crates earthen- ware, Joseph Lester ; 1 case apparel, G. Butler; l8 casks 1 tierce 8 puncheons 3 cases 2 bundles ironmongery, 'J'. Jackson ; 2 cases stationery, 1 cask ink, 2 packages 2 cases saddlery, A. Haig; 6 cases stirrup leather, Kerr, Alex- ander, & Co. ; 1 hhd, a bell, 8 cases 7 bales slops, J. and W. Robertson; 40 hhds 20 barrels ale, 50 hhds porter, 47 trunks shoes, 10 tons iron, 3 casks shot, 23 cases cheese, labales 6 cases l8 trunks slops, 1 cask 1 case books, 2 cases muslins, 4 bales 2 cases carpeting, 3 cases 78 casks ironmongery, 1 carriage, 5 cases woollens, 12 anvils, 6 smiths' bellows, 12 cases hats, 1 case drapery, Willis, Garrett, & Co. ; 300 firkins butter, 50 barrels pork, 2 cases groats, 50 barrels pins, 2 hhds starch, 1 case fish, 6 barrels saltpetre, 120 kegs nails, 17 boxes tin plates, 2 casks spikes, 2 bales flushings, 2 bales carpets, 2 cases shirts, 11 bales slops, 20 cases cheese, 7 cases 3 casks hardware, 12 tierces tobacco, 50 hhds rum, Geo. Hunt; 10 casks Spanish wine, 20 quarter casks Sicilian wine, 12 casks rum, 1 bale I case slops, 70 boxes candles, 1 case hosiery, E. P. Robinson ; SO firkins butter, 4 bales cloth, 1 sack bungs, 1 cask mops and brooms, 1 box biscuit, 2 cases snuff, 3 casks cod sounds, R. Jacomb ; 10 bales slops, 2 cases do, 3 bales prints, 3 cases shirts, 1 case cloth, 2 bales pilot cloth, 9 cases haberdashery, 4 trunks 1 case apparel, It. Lewis; 3 casks whitening, 15 cases straw bonnets, A. Morrison; 1 box, Mainwaring; 12 weighing machines, 100 iron weights, 7 cases 30 bundles G1 kegs 3 casks 7 baskets one box ironmongery, 108 bars iron, J. Black- burn; 2 cases 1 bundle ironmongery, 30 kegs nails, 10 boxes starch, 1 keg blue, I cask ironmongery, 1 butt glass Caper, 1 bundle handles, H. Hopkins; 1 box tools, Mr. hipier ; 39 cases port wine, 10 cases sherry wine, Kemp & Co. ; 1 box. Mr. Schawc ; 1 case brandy, 1 case oil- man's wares, Colonel Elliott ; 1 box, Mr. Skelton ; 1 box, Dr. Jcnneret ; 1 box, Mr. Babington ; 1 box apparel, 2 cases, a billiard table, A. 'J'. Maning ; 2 packages, a table, R. Howe ; 4 casks 1 case British goods, Montefiore & Co. ; 4 trunks shoes, James Sly; 32 packages ironmongery, Thomas Jackson ; 1 box apparel, A. T. Reed ; 1 case silver plate, A. Crombie; I hhd butter, G. F. Evans; 1 box British goods, Mr. Ambridge ; 239 bales clothing, 7 cases tin sheets, 14 casks shoes, Government Stores; 1 case haberdashery, 2 trunks 3 cases 3 bales British goods,

Order.

Per cutter Shamrock-1 case books, Mr. Longbottom ; 120 bags sugar, 2G kegs white lead, D. M'Pherson.

I Per schooner Sir John Franklin-II casks beef, 48 bags

rice, order ; 9 baskets Burgundy, G. F. Evans.

Per schooner Lillias-S3 bales wool, u. SwsiüT^

bales wool, J. F. Strachan ; 13 boxes candle. îî o's rand. ^ n' °«

Per bark Fiyhims-13 casks 1 case ironmongery len.

nails, 3 anvils, 40 camp ovens, 120 iron pot«, lo eau. *' tons, Willis & Co. ; 100 barrels bottled beer, A M* son ; 3 bales rugs, 1 truss woollens, 1 bale caroeiln ' cases cottons, Waterhouse and Brothers; 3 cato, IS!'6 IO crates earthenware, Willi« & Co. ; 12 cases cotton, 'H' boxes tobacco pipes, 300 boxes soap, 8 bales shirtin!!' ?! bales sacks, 2 casks hardware, 60 kegs nails, 6 sheet, i > 35 boxes tinplates, 91 ^P'ough moulds, 227 bundles if

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bacon,

24 bundles sheet iron, Í45 borlu plates,'36 dozen |p»d. casks refined sugar, Kerr, Alexander, & Co^" ïofriT,e''8 pork, 70 firkins butter, 1300 hams, 230 barrels ¿icon

boxes soap, 51 cheeses, 2 hhds refined sugar, ] cajk' ^ herrings, 10 kegs pearl barley, 5 barrels oatmeal M barrels raisins, 2 carotcels currants, 10 cases salad' i bags cofife * " "' .--»

25 boxes I

herrings, 10 kegs pearl barley, 5 barrels oatmeaM n f barrels raisins, 2 carotcels currants, 10 esses salad nil ,

bags coffee, J. Boyes ; 3 barrels shot, 27 casks hTS 'lc

loxes tin plates, 120 bundles 17 tons iron, 2 \w$?> pans, 13 casks nails, 35 bundles spades, 1 cask glue, 2 «J* oilman's stores, 1 bag candle wick, 1 bundle wheelLR Hopkins ; 24 boxes cottons, 1 box hardware, M. Duncan son ; 5 boxes hats, Keeves & Co. ; 1 truss cottons. 5« boxes soap, W. Elliott; 1 bale bags, J. F. Strachan . in casks 10 cases 3 bundles hardware, J. L. Frew&Cu',« cases silks and cottons, H. M*Arthur; 1200 boxes ¿i.? W. M. Orr; 200 boxes soap, Wm. Warham; 2 "£ bellows, 2 casks hardware, 1 chain cable, 12 casks 1 L,

nails, 4 anvils, 3 casks shot, 6 tons iron, H. Hopkins- if, bales 6 bolts linens, 3 anvils, 40 ewe. iron, 21 casks náik 12 casks hardware, 70 tons 200 bags salt, 1 case hosiery 2 cases clocks, 46 crates 4 tierces earthenware, 30 cwt. hami 5 barrels flour. Order. ^

Per bark Fortitude- 56 coils cordage, A. Haig- lea casks bottled beor, 50 pockets hops, 30 hhds rum, lo'hhi brandy, Geo. Hunt; 20 barrels pork, 68 boxes cheese '

packages raisins, E. P. Robinson ; 4 bales 7 cases sion, 8 cases stationery, Waterhouse and Brothers ; 19 b»)« ¿ cases 9 casks stationery, 19 casks shot, 19 casks whiting o

casks starch, 1 case groats, 2 casks brushes, 3 packin,

mats, r, nnafc-a rpfinoll flntvav. IO nrolrAta t,An. ** "^

bonnets, I case haberdashery, 1 case silks, J. and W. Ko. bcrtson; 13 hhds 3 puncheons ironmongery, 3 cas« pianos, C5 casks bottled beer, Thos. Jackson ;' 6 bundles spades, 6 casks nails, I case saws, W. Hovendon ; I ctu drapery, Willis & Co. ; 12 cases and 3 kegs copper. 40 coils rope, 2 cases harpoons and lances, 40 jars tiinW tine, 2 bales shoe thread, 1 case glass, 1 firkin whitelead 1 bale sacking, 1 chaff cutting machine, 1 case slop;, 1 mL 4 hhds 8 quarter casks red wine, 10 puncheons 55 ! '|j. rum, IO hhds brandy, 10 hhds Geneva, 125 casks hot ', beer, 17 casks bottled port, 17 casks bottled t¡.W 310 barrels flour, 14 butts peas, 150 barrels pott! 684 battens, 15 baskets spirits of tar, 1 cask burilla, 1 case lucifers, 1 case paints, 40 bales oakum 2 caita books, 2 whale boats, 60 hhds stout, W. M. Orr ; 5 bales 3 cases and 1 cask slops, C. Seal; 20 hhds Burton ale, 2 cases cheese, W. Witt; 100 hhds beer, 43 cub bottled beer, Bilton & Co. ; 12 hhds beer, Marzctti& Co . 50 barrels pork, 100 firkins butter, 20 casks shot, 28 casia wheat, 20 cases cheese, 1 case haberdashery, It. Jacomb 100 barrels pork, 8 cases cotton», Kerr & Co. ; 12 fabds 2 crates 1 tierce earthenware, 3 cases parasols, 1 case haberdashery, Wm. Carter; 1 box books, H. G.Jones 3 bales cottons, 70 casks bottled beer, II. Murray; 20 casks beer, 20 firkins butter, S. A. Tegg ; 135 bags seeds, F. Smith; 1 bo« British goods, J. Thornloe; 1 bon do, H. Oakley ; 3 boxes hats, J.' Johnston ; 1 box British) Mr. Colbeck; 1 case British goods, A. Butler; 60case» starch and blue, 200 boxes soap, 50 firkin» batter, 104 cans oilman's stores, Montefiores & Co. ; 24 crates earthen- ware, 7 crates chairs, 1 case brass castors, 1 case printej furniture, 1 case lace, Jennings & Co. ; 5 bales cottons, J. F. Strachan ; 15 barrels and 32 hams, 8 tierces beef, 3 casks butter, 7 cases and 22 bales British good», 333 Iii» 107 bolts 4 bundles iron, Order.

Markets, Tone AS.

In onr Fast week's report, we stated, that notwitfutand"« ing the appearance of a fall in the price of wheat in the Sydney market, that the effect upon the Van Diemen'» Land market was not such as would cause it to droop in a hurry. We gave this opinion, founded upon diligent inquiry at the time, and are fully borne out in our antic!. pation bj the result of the sales wbirh hare since taken pluce. Soroesmftfl parrels of wheat were sold at the lat- ter end of last week and thecommencement of the present, at 13s, but since Monday, the markst lias been gradual!; and steadily advancing up to the former quotation of lis and 16s, at which prices all on ittums hare been sent in this morning.

We find it more dlfncaTt to quote tire price of flour, inasmuch as the prices at some of the mills vary very ma. : tcrially. At Wnlker's mill, the price asked tor fine flour,

this morning, is 50s per cwt, or jCSO" pet ton ; at Salmon'» I store, £45 ; and nt Monnington"» »ill, the quotation is

40s per cwt. or £40 per ton.

The Fortitude, from London, arrived on Satimer last with 400 barrels of Sour, and was to be succeeded

by another vessel, either to launceston or Von. Pltiftip, with the same quantity ; but ojrfess these importations are followed up hy others, they will not materially affect our

colonial wheat market.

Barley, (English) 11s to 11s Gd; Cape, 7« to 61 per

bushel.

Oatt, 7s to 6s per bushel. Potatoes, £8 per ton.

Cabbages, Is 6d per dozen.

Turnips, 2s per dozen bunches.

Carrots, Is Gd per dozen bunches. Parsnips, 9s per cwt.

Hay, loose, £8 10» per ton. Straw, 60s per ton.

Beef, from Gd to lOd per lb.

Mutton, from öjd to OJd per lb, or by the carcase M, Firewood, from 12s to 16s per ton.

I Coals, (Port Arthur) 14s ; Sydney, 45s per ton.

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