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SHIPPING LIST.

Arrivals — Foreign. None. Arrivals — Coastwise. July 10.— "Ennerdale," barque, 450 tons, J. G. ! Balliston, from Wellington the Ist instant. — ( Passengers, P. D. Hogg, E=q , Messrs. Hart and I Matheson — Combes & Daldy, agents. 10. — "WaierWitch," 10 tons, W.Hitchinson, from Monganui 3rd instant. — W. S. Grahatne, Bgent. 1 1. — "Thomas," 15 tons, Ryan, from Poverty Bay. 11. — "Oranoa," 25 ton=, G. Gordon, from Mahuranghi. — Hyam Joßeph, agent. Departures — Foreign. July 12.— "t-ouisa," 375 tons, Michael Wycherly, for London. Passengers, the Rev. Mr. Dud- | ley and servant, Lieut. O.W.^ray, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd and daughter, Mr. Wills, Mr. Cormacfi, Mr. Russell, Mrs. Wm. Sparreir, Mr. Rich. Sparreir.* — J. Salmon & Co., agents. July 11. — " Napi," 17 tong, D. McKinnon, for the Bay of Islands. — J. Coney, agent. 12.—" Children," 31 tons, Faulkner, for Tauranga. — 12. — "Dauntless," 21 tons, W. Jeffries, for Poverty Bay. — A. McGregor, agent. 12,— "Water Witch," 10 tons, W. Hitchings, for Monganui. — W. Butler, agent. — _ J2. — "Frances,' 30 tons, Tevishdale, for the Barrier Ibland. — Passengers, Mr. & Mrs. Anderson,; Mr. Combes.— W. Combes, agent.

Imports. In the I ' Water Witch," from Monganui, 40 pigs, 1 ton potatoes, 20Ulbs. bacon.— W. S. Grahame, agent. In the "Thomas, " from Poverty Bay, 7 tons pork, 5 cwt. hog'si lard, \ ton onions. In the "Oranoa," from Mahurangi, 200 tons firewood, 5 do. do.— Hyam Joseph, agent Exports. In the "Loujbb," to London, 86 spars and pieces of timber, 74 pieces sawn timber, 201 deal ends, 2S tons gum, 1 cask flour, shippad by the Natives Secretary addressed to Earl Grey, 3 packages wool, 1 case curiosities, £ cask furniture, I box ambergris, 1 case books, &c, 1 case minerals, 25 cases kauri gum. 7 cases specie, value In the "Napi," to the Bay of Islands, 4 packages hemp, 6 bags bres.d, 3 bags salt. In the "Children," to Tauranga, 1 bale blankets, 2 cages slops, 8 packagee do., 2371b5. tobacco, 1 case gin, 1 bag flour, l-Bth chest tea, 2 half casks and 1 quarter cask Cape wine. In the "Dauntless," for Poverty Bay, 4 cases soap, 6 wheat mills, 2 lasea drapery, 1 cask sugar, 1 bag hops, 3 bundles bags, 1 case, 3 bars iron, 2 packages* ■ In the '"Water Witch," to Monganui, 1 package spades, 1 bale slops, $ chest tea, 3 dozen spades, 1 camp oven. In the "Frances," to the Barrier Island, 1 ton poiatoes, \ cask whiskey, 6 packages luggage.

Wellington Shipinq. The following vessels had arrived— On the 14th June, the schooner "Terror," 95 tons, from Nelson, and the barque "Fair Tasmanian," 115 ions, Ellis, from Ocago. On the 17th, the brig "Louie & Miriam," 150 tons, Pilford, from Port Cooper. On the 22nd, the ship "Ajax," 720 tons, Young, from Sydney via Twofold Bay, with Cattle and Horses. On the 24th, the ship "Mazeppa," 160 tong, Mordaunt, from Adelaide, bound tor California. H.M. Steamer ••Acheron," Capt. Mokes, id port. Tba Government Biig "Victoria" arrived on the 30th, and was to sail for Auckland about the 10th of July, ' The schooner "Munford," from Newcastle, and the barque "Colonist," from New Zealand, arrived at Hobart Town on the 4th June. The " Blundell," from New Zealand, arrived at ! Woosung on the 4th February. I English Shipping. — The Lady Clarke and Empress (P. O. P.) sailed from Gravesend on the 14th March, The Randolph, 664 tons, Dale, was to sail from Woolwich on the sth April, with convicts, for Port Phillip. The Elizabeth, 669 tons, Morris, was to s,ail from Plymouth for Port Phillip with emigrants on the 20th March. The Promise was to sail from Gravesend for Sydney on the 10th March } and the John Witt, 378 tons, Donovan, on the 15th. The Arcber, 237 tons, Quay, was to sail fromGravesend for Port Phillip on the 10th March. The Maria, 460 tons, Plank, was to sail far Hobart Town on the 23xd March, with female convicts. Eleven vessels were advertised for Adelaide on the sth March, namely, the Brankenmoor, Sir Edward Parry, Posthumous, William Wilson, Warlock, Elizabe h, Cromwell, Madawasha, Prince Regent, Indian, and the Travancore. 'Ihe Robert Syers was to sail for Launceston on the 25tk March.

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SHIPPING LIST., Daily Southern Cross, Volume V, Issue 213, 13 July 1849

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SHIPPING LIST. Daily Southern Cross, Volume V, Issue 213, 13 July 1849

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