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PORT OF AUCKLAND.

Entered 'Inwards. June 24 — Mary, 15 tons, Southgate, from Bay of Plenty, with 6 tons potatoes, H tons flax, 10 bushels maize* June 24 — Lady Jane Grey, 12 tons, Te Roahu, from Bay of Islands, with. 3 tons gum, 4 tons potatoes, 80 kits maize. June 24— Auckland, 1G tons, Trail, from Matakana, ■with 16 tons firewood, and 3 passengers. June 24— Sea Belle, 20 tons, Hopkins, from Waingaroa, at*Manakau, <^with 500 bushels wheat. June 24— Herald, 25 tons, Tautari, from~Bay of Islands, with' lo tons kauri gum, 25 cwt.salt pofk, 200lbs. ilard, 3 boxes tobacco. '•Passengers— Messrs. Davies, Bishop, and Cook. June 26 — Queen, 32 tons, Hoberts, from East Coast, with 15 tuns sperm oil, 300 bushels wheat. June"26— Jiilia Ann, 10 tons, Nersey, fiom Kawau, with I 'boiler, and a quantity of rope. j June 24~Napi, 17 tons, Copeland, from the Thames, with 2 tons gum, 100 bushels maize. June 26— SallyBrass, 18 tons, Gilmore, from Matakana, -with 700 posts and rails, 14,000 shingles. j June 26— Egmont, ship, 767 tons, S. 'C. Gibson, from | London. Passengers — Mrs. H. B. Greeson, Mrs. Greeson, Misses N. H. and C. Greeson, Master Greeson, Misses P. and E. Beatley, Mr. and Mrs. George j Graham, Miss Graham, Masters S., W., J., Robert, { and Richard Graham, 'Mr. -Graham, Miss Hancock, j Capt. Thompson, Lieut. Thompson, Ensign Cross, 58th regiment, Lieut. Blewitt, Ensigns Magrath and Bailie, 65th regiment, Dr. and Mrs. Webster, Mr. C. P. Black, Mr. Farmer, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and 2 children, 100 men 58th regiment, 120 men 65th regt., 23 women, and 26 children. — Brown and Campbell, agents. June 26— Eclipse, ship, 303 tons, Captain Laing, from London via New Plymouth. Passengers— Mrs. Robbins and 3 children, and Mr. Smart; from New Plymouth Mr. Powell.— Brown & Campbell, agents.

Cleahed Outwards. June 23— Malacca, ship, 589 tons, E. R. Coleman, for Valaparaiso. — Brown & Campbell, agents. June 24— Edmund, 10 tons, Titi, for Tauranga, with 4 bags sugar, 2 mills, 2 bags salt, 5 boxes, 2 gallons rum, 1 keg tobacco. June 24— Dolphin, '41 tons, ' Doughty, for East Coast, with 2 tons salt, 8 empty casks. June 24 — Auckland, 16 tons, Trail, for Matakana. June 23 — Vivid, 26 tons, Hitchings, ,or Monganui, with 12 boxes tea, 4 cases porter, 1 cask salt, 1 case biscuit, 1 box soap, 2 bags flour, 8 "do. sugar, 1 case clocks, 1 do. groceries, 1 grindstone, 7 cases sundries. Sailed. June 23— Malacca, ship, 589 tons, E. R. Coleman, for Valaparaiso. June 23— Yarrow, brig, Captain Kemp, for the East Caast. June 23— Royalist, schooner, S7 tons, 11. C. Iluth, for Ilokianga. June 23— Wanderer, brig, 174 tons, G. Robbins, for Melbourne. June 23 — Marmora, schooner, 135 tons H. Kelly, for East Coast.

Imports Foreign. In the Egmont, 4 trunks, 2 cases, 10 hhds., order ; 2 cases, T. Buddie ; 65 packages, Bain & Burtt; 1 bale, 1 case, A. Jones; 20 boxes, 18 hhds., 9 cases, A. Clarke; I case, T. Duffies ; 1 case, Officer Administering the Government*; 1 cask, 1 case, 20, doz. 'spatles, W. 33rodie ; 5 casks, "W. S. Grahame ; 1 case, J. Bush care of Col. j Wynyard ; 1 case, C. Joslin, 153 packages, D. Nathan : j 100 cases, order: 27 boxes, E. Porter ; 10 hh'ds. beer, 93 cases, Bain & Burtt ; 41 packages, 1 case, Conimis- ' sariat officer. In the Eclipse, 2 packages, H. W. Mohan, R.N.; 30 hhds. beer, Brown and Campbell ; 2 cases, J. and J. ■Rust; 9 packages, J. Rout; 3 cases, R. Vidal ; 11 pickages. J. A. Gilfillan and Co. ; 1 case, "W. S. Grahame ; "6 cases, Bain and Burtt ; 1 bale, J. Rout ; 5 packages, T. S. Forsaith ; 8 hhds. 100 cases, order ; 7 bales, R. B. Lusk ; 14 packages, 7 cases, 3 bales, W. S. Grahame ; 2 cases, T. S. Forsaith", 6 packages, J. Hoop ; 7 cases, 1 cask, Bain & Burtt ; 5 cases, Rev. W. Lawry : 1 case, F. Thatcher ; 50-cases beer, order ; 1 case, T. S. Forsaith ; 65 packages, J. Salmon and Co.; 3 cases, 'Rev. J. Hobbs, care of W. Lawry ; 1 box, Dr. Pompallier ; 418 packages, D. Nathan ; 1 case and 1 parcel, J. Rout ; 6 bales, A. Clarke :39 packages, 3 cases, Bain & Burtt ; 1 trunk, Brown & Campbell ; 14 bales, 5 cases, D. Graham ; 118 cases, 9 casks, A. Clarke ; 9 cases W. Brodie ; 1 box, H. C. Belneavis, 58 regt.; 1 case, Archdeacon Abraham ; 2 cases, J. Rout ; 18 bales, 1 trunk, 25 drums, 13 cases, A. Clark ; 28 pkgs., W. Rattray ; 3 -casks, Gibson ; 5 cases, C. Davis ; 4 packages, 120 cases, 9 bales, 10 crates, 1 trunk, order; 2 cases, 8 bales, 1 cask, 41 packages, 330 do., R. Lusk ; 1 case, Conn ell & Ridings ; 7 cases, J. Rout ; 1 case, Rev. G. Smales ; 400 bags salt, 40 tons coal, Brown & Campbell ; 1 box. Capt. Rough ; 1 box, Hall ; 1 case, Bain & Burtt ; 3 cases, Hamilton ; 39 packages, 1 box, C. Davis ; 1 box, A. A. Melvin ; 9 packages, A. S. Webster ; 6 packages, J. L. Campbell ; 9 packages, A. Jones ; 53 packages, W. Brodie ; 1 case, 3 casks ; 1 box, Rev. J. lnglis, care of J. A. Gilfillan and Co.; 4 cases, J. H. Cowell ; 2 bales, A. Clarke ; 10 packages, D. Graham & Co.; 4 boxes, J. Newman ; 1 box, W. R. Gundry ; 1 case, 8 packages, J. A. Gilfillan & Co.; 2 cases, 16 packages, 2 bales, A. Asher ; 14 bundles spades, 4 hhds., 8 casks, 12 packages, 4 cases, R. B. Shalders ; 2 cases, Connell and Ridings ; 1 box, Fred. Whitaker ; 3 bales, 26 cases pipes. S. C. Symonds; 1 box, J. Rout ; 1 box, M. Cuming, care of Bain and Burtt; 1 box, Mrs. Tutty; 1 case, Rev. Y. Lusk ; 75 ban-els beans, H. Smythies ; 87 packages, Brown and Campbell ; 2 cases, G. Graham ; 8 boxes, A, Clarke ; 347 packages, Gibson & Mitchell ; 6 packages, 1 cask, 1 bag, E. Porter.

Exports Foreign. In the Malacca, 100 loads of timber.

The fine ship Egmont, Captain Gibson, attivedm harbour, from Coves, on Sunday forenoon after a fair passage of 105 days. She has brought out drafts of the 68th and 65th regiments.under the command of Captain Thompson, together with several private passengers; and along others Mr. Geo. Graham (and Ins family) so long attached to the Auckland Engineer department. The Egmont was followed into port yesterday by another of Messrs. Willis' ships the Bc JP se »^ a f Laing, which called first at New Plymouth, which she reached in 106 days, and whence she sailed on Tuesday last. The Eclipse is a noble clipper ship, Liverpool built ; she walked up the harbour in gallant style. Her passage has been (for her) a protracted one, having experienced light weather throughout.

Vessels in Harbour. Eclipse, ship, 393 tons, Captain Laing, arrived from London via New Plymouth.— Brown & Campbell, eS" ship, 797 tons, S. C. Gibson, arrived from London.— Brown & Campbell, agents. ♦ Algerine, brig, 160 tons, Lilewall, arrived from Sydney. — J. Woodhouse, agent. Sabrina, barque, 309 tons, McLean, arrived from Melboune.—J. Salmon, agent. Frances Partridge, American barque, 264 tons, J. Y. Broughton, laid on for Kaipara.— J. A. Langford agent. _ _ . . , Galway Ark, brigantine, 230 tons, J. Bam, arrived from Newcastle, N.S.W — E. Kich, agent. Victoria, Government brig, P. A. Deck, arrived from Nelson. H.M.B. Pandora, Capt. Drury, arrived from the Ooast.

Ax Manakav. Englishman, brigantine, 128 tons, E. Conway, arrived from Melbourne.—E. Rich, agent. Ar^enti, schooner, 102 tons, R. Jackson, arrived ° from Melbourne.—J. A. Langford, agent. rf@*We do not enumerate, among the Ships in port, any of our extensive coasting flotilla, under 50 tons, Were we to do so, we should be compelled to occupy too much of our space.

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PORT OF AUCKLAND., Daily Southern Cross, Issue 730, 27 June 1854

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