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AimivAts — Foreigm Nor. 25. — Barbie "Thames" 407 toTW, CaptftUl John Hedley. from London 18«h July. Paseeneers, Miss Cass. Mr., Mrs. &MissM»ban. Rev. Mr. Barker and Mrs. Barker, Rev. Mr. Lanfear and Mrs. Lanfear, Messrs. Matthew Wnytlaw find Fi'Z!?pra'd. Mr. & Mrs. Archibald Clark and 4 children, Messrs. Andrew and James Clark, Margaret Comet, Agnes Anderson, Mr. & Mrs. Holland and 3 cJiildrfn. Mr. R. B. Lusk, and 3 children. Mr. R. Lu.k, Margaret Parry. Catherine Bobertson, Chas. Joslin, Ann JosUn. — Brown & Campbell, agents. Arrivals — Coastwise. Nov. 23.—" Edwards," 14 tons. H. Cnok, from RueseU. Passengers, Messrs. H. Cross, R.Kemp, Miss Kemp, and Mr. Clendon. 24 "William," 20 tons, P. Bell, from Mahvuangi. J)i>partures-~ Coastwise. Nov. 24. — "William," 20 tons, P. Bell, for Mahurangi. Imports. In the "Thames," from London. Cargo for Auckland;— U,psckngea 1 bale 24 packages I case 1 box. Thos. Lewis ; 1 1 hhds. brandy, 10 do geneva, J. A. Gilfilh-n &Co.; 12 packages, A Asher; 9 packages, Thos. Lewis ; 3 packages 20J cwt. H. Danger ; 24 hhd«. beer, J.W.Bain ; 1 case hs addressed, 1 box do, I case, J. A. Giifillan ; 2 packages, Thos. S. Forsuth ; 6 cases, Tbos. Lewis ; 40 package?, 6 casks, W. S. Grahame ; 7 packages, Rev.W.Lawry; 4 cases, H Nathan ; 5 packages drapery, 2 do, J. W. Bain ; 1 case, as addressed ; 30 bdles, 4 hbds, 45 kens, 52 ovens and covers, 6 trucks. 1 case, 1 bale, 18 hhds J. A. Giifillan & Co.'; 3 cases. J. Coney; 126 packages, D. Nathan ; I case. Dr.Pol]en ; 9 packages, J. Coney; 7 packages, 2 cases. 2 crates, W. S. Grnhame ; 1 bale, Connell & Riding" ; ( 1 ca-e, 171 packages, Brown & Campbell ; 3SO packages, Gibson & Mitrhell ; 1 parcel, as addressed. For the Island ofKawau :—18.200: — 18.200 fire bricks, j 4 700 wedges, 1.000 splitu, 1,121 files, 30 casks fire clay. For Auckland or Wellington, (at the option of the consignees) j — 10 packages, .Order ; J bos., K. B. Lusk ; 1 do., as addressed ; 9 caßks wine, Order. In the "Edwards. " from Russell, 6 cows, 5,000 shingles, 4 hrs j ths, 2 cases bacon. In the "William," from Mahuranghi, 800 feet Bawn timber. Exports* In the "William," for Mahurangi, 2 tons flour, Ido salt/. - ' " * The ''Thames" has had rather a lengthened passage of 134 days from the Downs experiencing Jight winds and fine weather throughout— came round the southward of "Van Dieman'a Land — has not called at any port on- the passage. Saw the j "Moa," outside Kawftu yesterday morning. The " Thames" hai also a considerable portion of her cargo for the Kawau Company and Welling- 1 ton, whither she will proceed on the discharge of that for Auckland. The barque "Cornelia," Capt. Mickleburgh, was again laid ofi in London for \\ ellington and Auckland, to sail on 15th August. Mrsm. Willis and Co's next vessel was" to sail ! on Ist September, whether she would go to Wellington or Auckland first hud not beeu fixr-d when the •• Thames" left.

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SHIPPING LIST. Daily Southern Cross, Volume V, Issue 252, 27 November 1849

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