PORT OF HOBART TOWN
Jan. 22.-Indian Queen, ship, 1050 tons, David F. Jobson, commander, from Liverpool, via Mel- bourne, with general cargo &c Passengers Robert Dunn, Esq., surgeon-superintendent, and sixty in the steerage. Agents-Kerr, Bogle and Co.
Jan. 22.-Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons, Dodd,
for Port Albert
22.-Emma, brig, 139 tous, T. Brown, for Sydney.
22.-Fire Fly, brig, 181 tons, for Melbourne.
C EARED OUT.
Jan. 22.-Mary Ann, schooner, 114 tons, Graves, for Port Albert. Cabin-Mr. Tolmie.
22.-Glencoe, barque, 260 tons, Lang, for Port
Albert. Cabin-Mr. and Miss Driver.
22.-Catherine, schooner, 189 tons, for Mel- bourne, with sundries. '
Jar. 22.-Henrietta, for Melbourne.
" Mimosa, for the East Coast " Catherine, for Melbourne.
Per Indian Queen, from Liverpool-Twenty five hogsheads rum, 289 boxes soap, 50 sacks oat- meal, 30 ditto peas, 50 ditto corn, 4 casks, 69 barrels provisions, 7 bags, McPherson and Francis ; 1 case merchandize, Thomas Brent ; 37 packages ditto, John Hay ; 11 cases, 2 mattresses, 2 chests drawers, 70 tons coats, 100 ditto iron, Order,
Per Mary Ann, for Port Albert-Nine bags raw sugar, W. Murray.
Per Catherine, for Melbourne-One hundred piles, 71 beams, 10,000 feet timber, W. C,Easton
The Antipodes, having nearly completed her loading, will positively sail for London on Monday. She will be in excellent trim, and is expected to make a rapid run home.
To-morrow (Thursday) the Tasmania leaves for Sydney, at 3 p.m.
The black batt liner Indian Queen, commanded by Capt. Jobson, arrived yesterday evening, after a splendid run from Melbourne, which she left on the 19th. Unfortunately, however, papers of Thursday last were the latest obtainable on board. As on her previous visit to this port almost twelve months since, the Indian Queen is in splendid order, her 'tween decks and cabins being beauti- fully clean, She brings, in all, about sixty immi- grants, including ten who arrived out in the ill fated Schomberg, all of whom are ia perfect g'iod health, a circumstance which reflects great credit upon the doctor, wbose exertions for the comfort of the passengers have, we understand, been un. ceasing throughout the whole voyage. The immi- grants, who have come out under the bounty regu lations, are principally married people with fami- lies most of the men being agricultural labourers. Hence the Indian Queen goei to Liverpool, the whole of her cabin accommodations, as well as the greaier portion of her freight, being aireadv, en. gaged
PORT OF MELBOURNE.
Arriver, Jan. 16.-Forest Queen, ship, from London ; Capella, barque, from Amsterdam.
Sailed, Jan. 16.-Auckland for Calcutta.
The Highland Lassie, brig, for Hobart Town, entered out on the 16th, and the schooner Pilot cleared out on the same day.