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  2. SHIPPING. ARRIVALS

    MAY 29.—Royal Lily, birque, 464 tons, Captain Shrewsbury, re[?]turned to port. May 29.—Telemaco, Greclan, brig, 220 tons, Captain J. Schaupp, from Monte Video March 5, with 7 cabin and 51 steerage ...

    Article : 42 words
  3. DEPARTURES.

    May 29.—Emi'y Jane, for Melbourne. May 29—Victoria, for Manila. May 29.—Janet, for Calcutta. May 29.—Hellespont (s.), for Melbourne. ...

    Article : 26 words
  4. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.

    THIS DAY.—Sea Serpent, for Wellington; Henrietta, for G[?]am; Blue Bells, for Tanna, Merse, for Shangbai; Wonga Wonga (s.) for Melbourne. ...

    Article : 30 words
  5. CLEARANCES.

    May 29.—Hellespont (s.), 400 tons, Captain Watts, for Melbourne. Passengers—Mrs. Morton. Mrs. Bissett, Miss Grant, Miss Woolf, Messrs. Carter, Vary, Caughey, Jones, Williamson, Edwards. Harris, Johnson, and 101 in the steerage. ...

    Article : 68 words
  6. COASTERS INWARDS.

    May 28.—Polly Ho[?]kins, and Tigress, from Morpeth, with 84 tons coal, 220 trus[?]es hay, [?]7 b[?] maize; darah, from Shoalhaven, with 20 tons [?], 20 bags wheat; Sea Gull, and Christopher George, from the Richmond River, with 77,000 feet ...

    Article : 167 words
  7. COASTERS OUTWARDS.

    May 28.—Maria Prudence, for Port Stephens1 Peaben, for Brisbane Water; Echo, for Shoalhaven; Coquetto, Rose, and Petrel, for Newcastle; Will-o'-the-Wisp and Magnet, for Brisbane Water; Midshipman, for Bateman's Bay. ...

    Article : 57 words
  8. EXPORTS.

    May 29.—Blue Bell, for Tanna: 14 ca[?]ks hardware. 2 boxes glass, 6 grindstones, 6 packages drapery, 8 coils rope, 11 boxes pipes, 10 bags biscuits, 10 casks beef, 3 cases groceries, 8 casks geneva, 14 tierces 12 boxes 54 ke[?]s 'tobacco, 13 b[?]rrels cigars, 8 ...

    Article : 293 words
  9. SHIPS' MAILS.

    Mails will close at the Post Office as follows:— FOR MELBOURNE.—By the Wonga Wonga (s.), this day, at 2 p.m. FOR GRAFTON.—By the Grafton (s.), to-morrow, at 6 p.m. ...

    Article : 93 words
  10. MAILS BY THE CONTRACT PACKET BOOMERANG.

    Notice is hereby given that the ma[?]s by the Contract Ma[?]l Packet Boomerang, for the United Kingdom via Melbourne, will be closed on Saturday the 2nd day of June, at noon. All letters and newspapers not otherwise marked will be ...

    Article : 436 words
  11. Advertising

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    Advertising : 243 words
  12. NEWCASTLE

    May 29.—Mary [?]nne, schooner, 127 tons, Captain Grieg, for Melbourne, with 160 tons coal. COASTERS INWARDS. May 29—Alexander and John, Nightingale, Petrel, Triumph, ...

    Article : 27 words
  13. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—Spring a paragraph in your issue of to-day, headed "Fl[?]gstaff," concerning hoisting balls, &c., I beg leave to remark that I think Mr. " G. F." must be " a little green" in such matters, or very foolish not to make enquiries before writing upon a subject ...

    Article : 317 words
  14. VICTORIA.

    BY the arrival of the Wonga Wonga, yesterday morning, we have Melbourne papers up to Saturday, the 26th. The Legislative Council met on Wednesday, the 23rd. ...

    Article : 2,369 words
  15. The Sydney Morning Merald.

    WE gave in a column of yesterday the touching appeals of the exiles of France against the rigours of their bondage. MILTON has described the extremes of torture as combining the ...

    Article : 1,406 words
  16. DECREES FOR SALE IN THE VICE-ADMIRALTY COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    THE following are the Rules and Regulations to be in force from the date [?], touching the practice to be observed in respect of the execution of decrees for sale issued from the said Vice-Admiralty Court, and directed to the Marshal thereof for ...

    Article : 522 words
  17. NEW ZEALAND.

    WE have arrived at that happy climax in our political career, which, in my imagination, can only he paralleled by the grand "situation" in Sheridan's Critic, where" the ladies can't stab whiskerandoes—we durst ...

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  18. MELBOURNE.

    May 24.—Brilliant, for Sydney; Autilles, for Singapore. May 25.—Anthracite, and Onkaparings, for New Zealand. CLEARED OUT. May 25.—Francis, for Sydney. ...

    Article : 25 words
  19. HOBART TOWN.

    May [?],—Josephine, from London, The Veniliac cleared out at th[?] Customs yesterday for Hongkong. She takes a large number of "celestial" passengers, with the wages of their person rance, fruga[?]ty, and success as gold ...

    Article : 1,359 words
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