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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

LYTTELTON.

AEEIVED. May2o, Star of Tasmania, schooner, 31 tons, Lowrie, from Wellington. May 20, Lansdowne, ship, 716 tons, Toovey, from Melbourne. Passengers: Mr. Thomson, Mr. Henry, and five shepherds. May 21, Windhover, brig, 207 tons, James, from Hobart Town. Passenger: Mr. M. A. Scholfield. May 21, Sebastopol, ship, 993 tons, Taylor, from London. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. C. Knowles, Miss Fanny Bailiff, Mrs. Blackie, Mrs. Jameson and family, Messrs. Bedford, Proctor, Harvey, Stanley, Doyle. Second cabin—Mr. and Mrs. Hooper, Mr and Mrs. Tisch and family, Mrs. Pearce and family, Mrs. Walters and family, Mrs. Ashmin and and family. Miss Wheeler, Mr. Smithson; and 215 Government immigrants. May 21, Sylph, schooner, 51 tons, Anderson, from Chatham Islands. May 22, Lady Bird, s.s., 220 tons, Eenner, from Dunedin. Passengers—Messrs. Ewer, Benjamin, Porter, Butemont, Greaves, Poor, Hartly, and 6 in the steerage from Dunedin; Mrs. McQueen, Miss Pishbird, Miss Latter. Messrs. Rhodes, Ashcroft, Clarke, Townsend, and 6 in the steerage from intermediate ports. CLEABED. May 20, Tyra, brig, 275 tons, for Wellington, in ballast. May 20, Sea Bird, schooner, 15 tons, Ellis, for Akaroa. May 20, Catherine, barque, 153 tons, King, for Hobart Town, in ballast. Passengers: Messrs. Napier, Walker, Warrington, and Moss. May 22, Lady Bird, s.s., 220 tons, Eenner, for Wellington and Nelson. Passengers—Mrs. Marshall, Messrs. Phillips, Tonks, and Martin, and 7in the steerage; 10 in the saloon and 90 in the steerage from Southern Ports. IMPORTS. In the Star of Tasmania, A. Louisson, agent: 18,000 feet timber, Millton & Co.; 8 tons potatoes, 52 barrow ■wheels, 1 bag, 1 case, 6 coils tow, Order. In the Windhover, J. T. Peacock & Co., agents: 71,000 feet timber, 30,000 palings, 20,000 laths, 100,000 shingles, 160 bags potatoes, 41 bags onions, 17 bags seeds, 1 bale bags, J. T. Peacock & Co. In the Lansdowne, Wolcdge & Co., agents: 2,500 sheep and 1 horse, Order. In the Sebastopol, Dalgety and Co., agents: 5 cases, 32 casks, 30 drums, 20 bundles, 28 cases, 10 bundles, 100 boxes, 3 cases, 25 bundles, 33 packages, 3 cases, 40 hhds ale, 200 cases ditto, Dalgety, Buckley and Co.; 25 hhds ale, Heywood and Co.; 24 hhds beer, 79 cases, Hawkes and Strouts; 1 case, 4 pkgs, 35 cases, 7 cases, 3 cases, 18 drums, 46 casks, 1 case, 176 pkgs, 27 coils rope, Order ; 2 cases merchandise, 22 bars iron, 34 bundles ditto, Anderson ; 5 cases, 1 case, Bullcr; 11 cases order, 4 hhds, 2 casks, 2 casks, Hargreaves; 6 casks, 2 hhds, 7 qr.-casks, E. TV aitt; 2 tierces, Bowley; 2 cases, Stringer; 1 case, Butters; 1 cask seeds, Ivory; 4 trunks boots, Order; 1 box, Creyke; 1 case, Boberts, 1 box, Locke; 1 box, btout; 1 case, Milne; 2 bundles, cart and 2 wheels, lomkins; l ease, Day; 48 bars, 108 plates, 18 bundles iron, 101 packages, Beece and Co.; 1 case, Build; 1 case, !i „ qr- " casks ' Mr - Justice Gresson; 5 pkgs, M Eellar; 7 cases, Heyward; 50 hhds beer, Strangmoor ; 60 drums W.lson; 33 packages, Bealey; 1 case, Milton 1 case, Studholme; 1 case, Strout; 10 cases, Merson; 040 cases, Gould and Miles; 1 case, Bonnington; 20 qr - casks Peacock; 50 pkgs, 16 ditto, 1 pillar ironwork, Woodgate and Co.; 6 cases, 6 hhds, Booth; 1 box, Sippit • 13 cases, L. E. Nathan; 1 case, Donald; 2 cases' Bushell; 8 cases, Malzon; 2 cases, Wilson; 8 pkgs' Samson; 441 packages, 1200 slates, Stanley; 1 box seeds' Miles and Co.; 6 qr.-casks, 75 cases, box samples, Cookson, Bowler and Co.; 1 case, D. Clarkson; 6 case Provincial Secretary. ' In the Sylph, Peacock & Co., agents: 45 tons potatoes, Peacock & Co. ' In the Lady Bird, J. D. Macpherson, agent: 5 cases luggage, 2 bdls bedding, J. D. Macpherson; 1 pkg., Raphael; 1 case, Tribe; 50 bags flour, Mitchell; 1 case, 1 parcel, Berard & Co.; 1 do, Davis; 1 bale, 2 cases, Kirby & Co.—from Dunedin. 8 rams, Miles & Co.—from Oamaru. EXPOBTB. In the Sea Bird, Master, agent: 1 bdl. chains, 2 boxes soap, 3 oars, 1 qr.-cask vinegar, 1 parcel drapery, Garwood ; 1 case sardines, 1 box do, Watkins; 1 chest tea, 1 box sardines, 11 tins coffee, Scarborough. In the Lady Bird, J. D. Macpherson, agent: 2 cases stationery, Hargreaves & Co.; 1 keg herrings, Aikman; and original cargo for Northern Ports.

The ship Lansdowne arrived in harbor on Wednesday morning, after anchoring at the heads all night, as reported in our shipping list of the 20th instant. She brings us dates from Melbourne to the Ist instant. Her passage

over may be considered favorable, having lost but few of her sheep, and experiencing tine weather. The brig Windhover came to her anchorage on Wednesday evening, having left Hobart Town on the 4th May. Nothing particular occurred on her voyage to this port. Capt. James reports having spoken the American ship Illinois, Capt. Potter, about 20 miles from and oft" Akaroa. On or about the loth instant, the whaler caught a sperm whale, yielding about 14 tuns of oil. This was not done, however, we are sorry to say, without the loss of one ot the crew, and nanw escape of the mate. The fish turned round after being struck with the harpoon, and attacked the boat, and according to one of the sailors, "literally chawed it up.'' The whole of the boat's Crew were thus precipitated into the sea, and before a boat from the ship came to the rescue, one of the poor fellows was drowned. The second boat, on reaching the spot, was also struck, knocking the sternpost out of her, and the mate received serious iniurv on the forehead. Capt. Potter desired to be reported. The ship Sebastopol, Captain Duncan Taylor, arrived from London on Thursday evening, after a long passage of about 124 days. She left Gravesend on the 17th January, and encountered heavy gales in the Channel, losing a few sails; lost sight of the land on the 9th February. She brings us 17 cabin and 27 second cabin passengers, besides 205 assisted Government immigrants. Comparatively little illness has occured on board, no deaths, three births, and one marriage. The passengers speak in very high terms of the captain, surgeon, and the officers of the ship for their uniform kindness, courtesy, and skill. A few days before arrival a purse of sovereigns was presented to the captain, in addition to a very flattering testimonial bearing about 230 signatures; also one of a similar character was presented to the chief officer, Mr. W. R. Greeves, signed by all the passengers. On March 6th, 49 days our, spoke the ship Howden, from Bombay to Liverpool; on the 7th, ship Ocean Mail, from London to Shanghai; on the 20th, ship New Era, from London to Madras; on May 19tli, U.S. whaling ship Illinois, 43 months out, 2300 barrels oil. ENGLISH SHIPPING. SAILED FOR NEW ZEALAND. Prince of Wales, from Gravesend, 27th February, Maria, from Gravesend, 4th March. Metropolis, from Gravesend, 4th March. Millege, from Greenock, 19th March. Telegraph, from Gravesend, 22nd March. Triad, from Liverpool, 28th March. LOADING AT LONDON FOB NEW ZEALAND. Telegraph, Maggie Miller, Owen Glendower, Portland, Elizabeth Ann Bright, Queen of Beauty, Norwood, Ismay, Donna Anita, Epsom, Eirkland, Captain Cook, New Great Britain, Matoaka, Ocean Home, Crimea, Queen of the Avon, Napier, Win. Carey. The screw steamer Auckland will be despatched by Messrs. Houlder Brothers and Co., from the Victoria Docks, for Melbourne, Sydney, and the New Zealand ports on the 10th April. This vessel has been built expressly for the large and increasing intercolonial trade, and is fitted with every modern improvement for the comfort of passengers. She will steam out the whole way, calling at the Cape to coal, and at Melbourne to land passengers and mails. In the ' Home News' there are no departures announced from London for Canterbury during the month of March. LIST OF IMMIGRANTS PER SEBASTOPOL. Married Couples.—Francis Hooper, and wife, Middlesex, bootmaker-, Jabez Widdop, wife, and three children, Yorkshire, plasterer; James Croft and wife, Bedfordshire, smith; Thomas Johnson, wife, and two children, Gloucestershire, farm laborer; George Johnson, and wife, Gloucestershire, farm laborer; William Bryant, and wife, Gloucestershire, farm laborer; James Todd, wife, and two children, Lanarkshire, carpenter; Andrew Mattman, wife, and two children, Perthshire, ploughman; James Latto, wife, and four children, Fifeshire, ploughman. Andrew Gardner, wife, and child, Fifeshire, farm laborer; William Whyte, wife and two children, Perthshire, farm laborers; George Hamilton, wife, and three children, Lanarkshire, ploughman; William Pollock, and wife, Lanarkshire, ploughman; William Scot, wife, and three children, Lanarkshire, farm laborer; Patrick Cusack, wife, and three children, Clare, tailor; Thomas Byrne, and wife, Wicklow,laborer; W. J. Blakely, and wife, Down, laborer; Wm. Burke, and wife, Down, laborer; James Campbell, wife, and child, Antrim Farm, laborer; Wm. Baxter, wife, and child, Antrim Farm, laborer; Jas. Legg, wife, and child, Antrim Farm, laborer; Wm. Anderson, and wife, Lanarkshire; Peter Lippenberger, wife, and four children, Germany, farm laborers; Philip Dappet, wife, and child, Germany, farm laborers; Henrich Kissel, wife, and two children, Germany, carpenter; Edwin Ruddock, and wife, Armagh Farm, laborer.

Single Men.—Stephen Hooper, Dorsetshire, laborer; Henry Widdop, and G. E. Johnson, Yorkshire, laborers; James Johnston, Gloucestershire, laborer; Hugh, John, and Andrew Gardner, Fifeshire, farm laborers; William, Peter, James, and Robert Whyte, Perthshire, farm laborers; Frank James, Caithness, ploughman; David Brown, Lanarkshire, ploughman; John, George, and Thomas Scott, Lanarkshire, tailor and farm laborers; Patrick Byrne, Wicltlow, laborer; Albert Aldridge, Gloucestershire, laborer; W. E. Billens, Middlesex, gold chaser; Wni. Armitage, Lancashire, laborer; Christopher Stephenson, Gloucestershire, tanner: Thomas Robinson, Yorkshire, farm laborer; ffm. H. Newman, Middlesex, cutler; Donald Banks, Caithness, farm laborer; John Lemmon, Banffshire, laborer; Thos. Murray, Banffshire, farm laborer; James Young, Lanarkshire, millwright; Donald and John Mclnnes, Ayrshire, ploughman; Roderick Murray, Invernessshire, farm laborer; Alexander McKay, Caithness, farm laborer; Angus Nicholson, Invernessshire, farm laborer; James McDonald, Invernessshire, shepherd; JohnT. Adie, Aberdeenshire, farm laborer; Alexander Milne, Kincardineshire, ploughman; Jeremiah Dinneen, Cork, farm laborer; Wm. J. Falloon, Armagh, farm laborer; James Maher, Queen's county, laborer; Joseph Looney, Armagh, farm laborer; J. P. Beer, Oxfordshire, schoolmaster; Jacob Schwartz, Germany, butcher; Charles A. Kinkgraff, Germany, schoolmaster; CharlesFindt, Germany, farm laborer; Frederick Neiss, Germany, farm laborer; Jacob Menges, Germany, farm laborer; Wm. Houseman, Germany, dyer; Henry Hoffiniester, Germany, carpenter; Charles Hoffineister, Germany bootmaker; Jacob Ellenberger, Germany, baker; W. Ruddock, Armagh, farm laborer; James Treleaven, Devonshire, farm laborer. Single Women.—Margaret A. Johnston, Yorkshire, domestic servant; Sarah Johnston, Gloucestershire, domestic servant; Elizabeth Gardner, Fyfeshire, domestic servant; Margaret Whyte, Perthshire, domestic servant; Agnes Scott, Lanarkshire, domestic servant; Jane Blakeley, Down, domestic servant; Gertrude Lippenbeyer, Germany, domestic servant; Catherine Lippenbeyer, Germany, domestic servant; Elizabeth Watts, Wiltshire, domestic servant; Agnes Newman, Middlesex, domestic servant; Sarah Falloon, Armagh, domestic servant; Mary Falloon, Armagh, domestic servant; Ann Loney, Armagh, domestic servant; Jane Loney, Armagh' domestic servant; Sarah Ann Baker, Essex, domestic servant; Ellen Duggins, Middlesex, dressmakerMary Ann Morris, Norfolk; Catherine T. Morris, and child, Norfolk; Ann J. Hunt, Kent, cook; Emma Baldwin, Middlesex, domestic servant; Martha Crawley, Middlesex, housekeeper; Mary A. Shinn, Middlesex, laundress; Barbara Schwartz, Germany] domestic servant; Henrietta Schwartz, Germany' domestic servant; Maria Ellenberger, Germany', domestic servant; Jane Ruddock, Armagh, domestic servant; Eliza Hall, Armagh, domestic servant; Jane Young, Lanarkshire, domestic servant; Janet Young, Lanarkshire, domestic servant; Mary Beesley, Lanarkshire, domestic servant; Margaret Symington] Lanarkshire, dairymaid; Mary Elizabeth Beck, Armagh, domestic servant; Ann J. Irvine, Armagh, domestic servant; Annie Lacey, Cork, domestic servant; Elizabeth Falloon, Tyrone, domestic servant; Catherine Seyl, Germany, domestic servant; Dorothea Schinich, Germany, domestic servant; Christina lisch, Germany; Mary E. Vallance, Devonshire, housekeeper; Margaret McKinlay, domestic servant.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE., Lyttelton Times, Volume XIX, Issue 1099, 23 May 1863

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