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Shipping News.

AREIVED. Dec. 21st, brigantine Corsair, 134 tons, Gay, from Melbourne. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Day, J. Brown, James Wilkinson, C. Smith, J. Greenwood, T. Bould, J. Cameron, C. R. Straw, H. M. McCheane.

Dec. 22nd, ship Bosworth, 611 tons, Turnbull, from London, via Otago. Pass?ngers. from England, Mr. and Mrs. P. Pavitt, Messrs. F. Franks and H. Nelson,.M.D., Mrs. Smitli and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Greenaway and two children, Mrs- Eudenclau and child,. Mr. and Mrs. Connoll and child, Mr. and Mrs. Jennings and two children, and five single men. in the Steerage.

IMPORTS.

In the Corsair, Miles, Kington & Co. agents; 1 bale grey shirts, 7 cases chocolate, 12 casks sulphur, 5 casks soda crystals, 2 bales greys, 60 sheets galvanized iron, 21 lengths gutter, 3 angles, 1 pkg. spikes, <fee, 1 pkg. rivetts and bolts, 1 bale and 6 cases soft goods, 1 case and 1 pkg. boots and shoes, 47,400 V.D.L. shingles, 100 empty kegs, 1 case pearl ash, 21 bundles galvanized iron wire, 34 bags coffee, 1 dumping press complete, 27,190 palings, 1,510 pieces quartering, 5 rams, 34 bags coffee, Miles," Kington & Co.; 10 casks Roman cement, 5 pkgs. raisins, 1 box sago, 2 boxes sundries, 20 boxes soap, 2 boxes mustard, 1 box chairs, 1 box lobsters, 6 boxes soda, 2 boxes salad oil, % boxes raspberry vinegar, 2 casks chicory, 1 cask dried apples, 1 cask pepper, 28 kegs nails, 1 bale gunny bags, 12 half-chests and 19 boxes tea,. 123 bags salt, 40 bags sugar/8 bags coffee, 6 bags rice, R. Latter; 3 cases and 10 bundles wire, 80 sheets galvanized iron, 2 bundles spouting, 1 box apparel, Cookson, Bowler, & Co.; 2 mares, A. R. B. Thomson ; 2 tin boxes, 1 portfolio, 3 rolls paper, 2 tripods, G. Mallinson ; 1 Timor pony, 1 galvanized iron tank and fittings, R. Chapman. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. N.B. Mails will be forwarded by these oppor^ tunities:—: For Sydney: brig Spray, this day. For Auckland: brigantine Spray, with despatch. AKAROA. Dec. 18, —Arrived, the U.S. whaling ship Metacomb, of New Bedford, 360 tons, Captain Hinds (J. 8,. Wood & Co., of New Bedford, agents.) Sailed from New Bedford 16th July; from the Azores on the 12fch August; sent home per Ac. or from thence 60barrels sperm oil. Sailed from St. Vincents on the 28fch September, in company with five British steamers of war conveying troops to the. East. The Bosworth arrived"yesterday afternoon. She left Gravesend on the 17th August, and arrived at Otago on the 27th tilt., which port she left last Saturday. She brings a few passengera and a little cargo. The George Canning from London August 23, arrived in Otago November 30, with 140 passengers, the first under contract with the Provincial Government. The Southern Cross left Otago for Wellington on the Ist inst. The Eclair arrived from this port on the 16fch instant.

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Bibliographic details

Shipping News., Lyttelton Times, Volume VIII, Issue 536, 23 December 1857

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Shipping News. Lyttelton Times, Volume VIII, Issue 536, 23 December 1857

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