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  2. MONTHLY SUMMARY OF SHIPPING.

    [?] [?]—Sir J. Moore, 600, Robinson, from Plymouth, 104 days. March [?]—Uruguay, barque, 300, Prnigle, from the Downs, 132 days. ...

    Article : 110 words
  3. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 6,695 words
  4. ARRIVALS FROM FOREIGN PORTS.

    March 2[?].—Soubury, Dutch barque, 672, T[?]t, from M[?] march 2[?]—Marion, barque, 414, Birkenshaw, from Foo Chow. March 2[?]—Georges et Juliette, French barque, [?] Fuller, from Calcutta. ...

    Article : 64 words
  5. DEPARTURES FOR LONDON.

    March 23.—D[?] ship, [?] Murrays, for London, Passengers—Dr. and Mrs. [?] family (7) and servans, Mr. and Mrs. [?] Phillips, Mrs. M. Smith, Mrs. [?] and family ([?]), Captain Jonan, Messrs. G. hall, J. [?] Master Smith, Miss ...

    Article : 319 words
  6. DEPARTURES FOR FOREIGN PORTS.

    For Petropaulov[?]—March 24, Charles, ship, 589, Locher; April 4, [?]bar, barque, 408, Godjie. For San Francisco.—April 5, Gartrude, ship, 507, Bartlett; April [?] Der West, ship, 541, Fust; April 9, Nordstern, ship, 470, ...

    Article : 163 words
  7. MAILS BY THE P. AND O. CO.'S STEAMERS.

    Letters. Books. Newspapers. January.—Madras...... 12,[?] 285 16,000 February—Northam... 18,07[?] 279 25,858 March.—Behar............ 24,079 200 27,443 ...

    Article : 34 words
  8. DEPARTURES FROM NEWCASTLE.

    March 24.—Emily, Valentine, for Shanghai, with 213 tons coal. March 23.—Kut[?], Swinson, for San Francisco, with 500 tons coal. March 31.—Panama, [?] for San Francisco, with 431 ...

    Article : 60 words
  9. MEN-OF-WAR ON THE STATION.

    Harrier, 17 guns, Captain Sullivan, at New Zealand. Miranda, 14 guns, Captain Jenkins, at Sydney. Eclipse, 4 guns, Mayne, at New Zealand. COMPLETION AND TRIP OF THE T. S. MORT.—Most of our ...

    Article : 575 words
  10. VESSELS LOADING.

    For London.—K[?] ship, 1100, Stewart; Orwell, ship, 1220, Quinn; Vernon, ship, [?] Jones. For Hongkong.—Aby[?]nian, ship, 1012, Penchard; Clara Novells, ship, 512, Kingstone. ...

    Article : 80 words
  11. RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA.

    IT is rumoured that the Rev. W. D. Garvin is about to resign the pastorate of the Wellington and Dubbo districts. The Rev. Thomas O'Reilly has been duly licensed to the incumbency of St. Andrew's Sydney. ...

    Article : 1,208 words
  12. VESSELS SPOKEN.

    Watts, from Portsmouth to Adelaide, latitude 34.16 S., longitude 7 W., on 18th June. John Kendrich, Gottenberg to Melbourne, latitude 1.50 N., longitude 24.[?] W., on [?]th February. ...

    Article : 45 words
  13. THE ENGLISH MAIL.

    The P. and O. Co.'s steamer Madras, with the English mails, arrived at her anchorage at 10.30 p.m., on the 16th instant, having [?] from Galle on the [?]th March, King George's Sound the [?]th, and Melbourne the 14th instant. ...

    Article : 52 words
  14. EXPORTS OF GOLD AND SPECIE.

    From [?] January, [?] Sovereigns. Oze. [?], for London............-.... 5 Madras, for Galle............... 143,160..... 3,076 [?] Wonga, for Melbourne.......... 10,000..... ...

    Article : 58 words
  15. EXPORTS OF WOOL, TALLOW, HIDES, &c.

    Per Wolloomooloo—1687 bales wool, 115 casks tallow, 4197 [?] bags chrome ore, 60 casks, cocoanut oil. Per La Ho[?]—157 tons 250 bags chrome ore, 2597 bales wool, csks tallow, 1435 [?] casks 172 tiles copper. ...

    Article : 138 words
  16. EXPORTS OF COAL.

    Following is the quantity of coal entered at the Sydney [?] coastwise, from 18th March, to 17th April, [?], in[?]:— From Newcastle................. 10,[?]tons. ...

    Article : 35 words
  17. NOTICE TO MARINESS.

    AN Iron perch, six feet above high water-mark, has been erected on the extreme end of the reef in the French Pass, leaving a clear channel of 117 yards between it and the eastern shore, and a buoy, pointed white, has been placed on the easternedge of Shell Bank ...

    Article : 215 words
  18. SHIPS REPORTS.

    [?]—The Aims, from London discharged her pilot off Portland [?]rd December; crossed the Eq[?] on the 22nd January, [?] the meridian of the Cape on 20th February. Had [?] [?] from the[?] to longitude [?] E., when the wind came ...

    Article : 1,246 words
  19. GOLD BY ESCORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 11 words
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