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ARRIVED. r Nov. 15, schooner Wave, 15 tons, Crockett, from Otago. ■ Nov. 17, schooner Wellington, 54 tons, Ferguson, from the Chatham Islands. /- Nov. 20, cutter Fly, 22 tons, Cemino, from Wel- • rlington. Passengers, Messrs. Spowell, Mason, and Me Intosh, Mrs. Bannister and Miss Simpkins. Same day, schooner Mary, 47 tons, Welch, from Auckland, SAILED. Nov. 17, cutter Katharine Johnstone, 12 tons, Armstrong, for Wellington. Passenger, Miss Marry. IMPORTS. In the Wave,—l) 4 tons potatoes, 168 bushels lime ; Longden and Le Cren. In the Wellington, —3o tons potatoes, 465 bushels wheat, 18 bushels Indian corn, 8 casks pork, 5 bags feathers, 1 cask Sperm oil; D. M. Laurie. In the Fly, —1 hhd. brandy, 2 kegs tobacco, 1 hhd. brandy, 1 qr. cask whiskey, 1 hhd. rum, 1 barrel currants, 5 boxes raisins, 3 chests 2 half chests tea, 55 bags sugar, 2 bags coffee, 15 boxes candles, 2 casks tongues, 2 bales leather, 40 bags flour, Swinbourne; 1 keg tobacco, Bannister; 8 bags sugar, 2 cases port wine, 51 bags sugar, 5 half chests tea, 1 case chairs, 1 case slops, 23 boxes candles, 8 reams paper, 80 bags flour, Order; 12 half chests 6 catty boxes tea, 26 boxes candles, Longden and Co. ; 2 bags sugar, Duncan. In the Mary, —22,000 feet timber, 6,000 shingles, 6 tons flour, 6 casks salt pork, 4 kegs butter, 10 cwt. bacon, 20 boxes tea, 71 bags sugar, 20 lbs. tobacco, 4 cases wine, 4 bags rice, 24 couches, 1 case boots, 4 boxes candles, 1 bale blankets, 1 do. leather, 1 do. belts, E. Welch. EXPORTS. In the Katharine Johnstone, —2 cases merchandise, Parker ; 2 do., Bayfield. Birth.—On the 18th November, the wife of Mr. W. Heaphy, at the Universal Inn, of a son. Married.—On Wednesday, the 19th inst., by the Rev. B. W. Dudley, assisted by the Rev. James Wilson, John Marshman, 'Esq., of Lyttelton, to Caroline, eldest daughter of Thomas Wilmshurst, Esq., Saville House, Walton, Essex. At Lyttelton, on the 20th instant, by the Rev. B- W. Dudley, assisted by the Rev. Henry Jacobs, William Donald, Esq., to Mary, second daughter of James Townsend, Esq. Death. —Suddenly, at Akaroa, on Friday, the 7th inst., Julia, the wife of Mr. D. Watkins, Surgeon.

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SHIPPING NEWS., Lyttelton Times, Volume I, Issue 46, 22 November 1851

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SHIPPING NEWS. Lyttelton Times, Volume I, Issue 46, 22 November 1851