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  2. SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—JUNE 13.

    ERNESTINE, French barque, 277 tons. Darbounnals, from Launceston 31st ultimo. Gilchrist, W[?]tt, and Co., agents. SEBASTIAN CABOT, ship, 873 tons. Morgan, from London 17th January. Passengers—Mr. and Miss Kent. Willis, Merry, ...

    Article : 206 words
  3. THE BLACK PRINCE IN THE CHANNEL.

    On the 16th, the Black Prince iran frigate, sister to the Warrior, made an experiment trip outside the Isle of Wight, to test the capabilites of her enlarged rudder under steam. The area of the rudder has been increased ...

    Article : 711 words
  4. THE EXECUTION OF MOGUL BEG AT DELHI.

    "An eye-witness of the execution" sends to the Times a few particulars regarding the apprehension, trial, and execution of one Mogul Beg, a ringleader of a small but reckless band of men who commenced the cruel ...

    Article : 622 words
  5. THE BRIGAND SYSTEM IN SOUTHERN ITALY.

    The Turin correspondent of the Times, in his letter dated April 13, writes as follows:— Letters from Rome acquaint us with new movements of Bo[?]rbonist brigands. On Sunday last, from a little ...

    Article : 929 words
  6. EMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA.

    Her Majesty's Emigration Commissioners have chartered the Accrington, 1931 tons. belonging to Mr. M. Jacob, of Liverpool, to sail from Southampton for Melbourne, Victoria. at £13 17s. 6d. per statute adult; and the Ariadne, of 671 tons. to sail from ...

    Article : 1,234 words
  7. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.

    For Auckland—Lord Ashley, steamer, 16th instant. For Nelson—Lord Worsley, steamer, 26th instant. For Rockhamtpon—Eag's, steamer, 14th instant. For Calcutta—Octavie, early. ...

    Article : 70 words
  8. ENTERED OUTWARD.—JUNE 1[?].

    William IV., 77 tons. Robertson, for Hongkong. E. Manning and Son, agents. Fanny Fisher, 239 tons. C. Smith, for Adelaida. J. Merriman, agent. ...

    Article : 69 words
  9. CLEARANCES.—JUNE 13.

    CAIRNGORM, ship, 939 tons. Cairncross, for London. Passengers—First cacin: Mr and Mrs. Aspinwall and 3 children and servant; Rev. W. Drake, Mrs. Drake, child and servant; Mrs. Mackay and 3 children; Miss Dunbar, Mr. Atkinson, Captain ...

    Article : 220 words
  10. THE BRIGHTON VOLUNTEER REVIEW.

    This long anticipated gathering of volunteers took place on Monday the 21st, on the Brighton Downs, and the success of the demonstration says much for the firm foundation of the volunteer movement as now ...

    Article : 559 words
  11. IMPORTS.—JUNE 13.

    Erne[?]tine, from Launceston: 171 cases fruit, 349 bags bark, 439 bags potatoes, 193 bales hay, 390 bags cats, 120 bags bran, 1478 bags flour, Order. Grafton, steamer, from Clarence River; 960 bags maize, 1[?]0 ...

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  12. FASHIONS FOR MAY.

    With the agreeable advent of the great Easter festival, though there be but little "novelty" to record relative to the Modes de Paris, "new" articles of toilet are at any rate not wanting in that capital; for in spite of the ...

    Article : 753 words
  13. SHIPS' MAILS.

    Closing at the General Post Office as follows:— For Shanghai.—By the Geelong, This Day, at noon, if not under way. For Auckland.—By the City of Melbourne, This Day, at 6 p.m. ...

    Article : 420 words
  14. GARIBALDI'S ITALIAN TOUR.

    The Turin correspondent of the Star and Dial writes a very interesting letter, from which we make the following extracts:—"Garibaldi pursues his marvellous tour. Enthusiasm and love spring up around him ...

    Article : 839 words
  15. HONGKONG.

    March 31.—City of Palaces, from Sydney. April 11.—John Benfield, from Newcastle. April 18.—Margaret Eliza, from Sydney. LOADING. ...

    Article : 26 words
  16. F[?]O CHOW FOO.

    March 30.—Antagonist, barque, 287 tons. for Sydney; 291,558 lbs. tea. April 8.—Wilhelmins, Danish barque, 249 tons. for Melbourne: 339,000 lbs. tea. ...

    Article : 46 words
  17. ARMY AND NAVY INTELLIGENCE.

    Orders have been received at Portsmouth to suspend all further work on sails for ships of the line. The troops in garrison at Cape Coast Castle mutinied on the 17th of January, and order was with some ...

    Article : 743 words
  18. WHAMPOA.

    April 20.—Confucius, barque, 326 tons. for Melbourne; [?],000 lbs. tea. ...

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  19. OTAGO.

    May 22.—Pet and Danial Watson, from Hobart Town; Onegah, from New Bedford; Bella Vista, and William Buchanan, from Melbourne. May 29—Omeo, steamer, from Melbourne; Eucalyptus, from ...

    Article : 57 words
  20. MANILA.

    April 2.—Crecle, from Newcastle. SAILED. April 5.—Violet and Belvidere, for Sydney. ...

    Article : 17 words
  21. SHANGHAI.

    April 9—Oscar, from Sydney. April 15.—Shah Jehan, from Sydney. April 17.—Wilhelm Ludwig, from Sydney. ...

    Article : 22 words
  22. ENGLISH SHIPPING.

    March 25.—Result, from Melbourne; Wave of Life, from Sydney. March 31.—The Murray, from Adelaide; Young Australia, from Melbourne; Mersey, from Auckland. ...

    Article : 272 words
  23. POINT DE GALLE.

    May 13.—Lord Raglan, from Melbourne. ...

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  24. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] NEWCASTLE.

    June 1[?].—Albion, Nancy, and Secret, from Sydney. SAILED June 12.—Moselle, and Little Pet, for Sydney; Esie, for Hongkong; Sarah Chase, for Shanghai; Frederick, for Melbourne. ...

    Article : 60 words
  25. [BY INTERCOLONIAL ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE.

    June 12.—Star of the North, from London; Care, from B[?]. ...

    Article : 22 words
  26. BRISBANE.

    June 13.—Samson, steamer, from Sydney. ...

    Article : 20 words
  27. WINDS AND WEATHER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 78 words
  28. GENERAL NEWS.

    WITH regard to the views of the French Government on the two questions now urgently awaiting a solution—the maintenance of the Pope's temporal power and the presence of the ex-King of Naples at Rome—the Paris ...

    Article : 2,086 words
  29. SYDNEY HEADS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 214 words
  30. SHIPS LOADING FOR THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES.

    For Adelaide—Sea Star, Louttit; John Norman, De Jong; Orient, Lawrence; Alwynton, Hole: Sea Snake, Miles; Austral, [?]hillipe; British Queen, Scorgie; The Murray, Legee; Amious, Gey[?] ...

    Article : 334 words
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