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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVED. The only arrival since our last has been of a small schooner, on the 28th ult. SAILED. April barque " Cuba," 270, J. Newif

combe, Cook's Straits ; passenger, R. D. Hanson, Esq. 'Schooner "Ariel," 150, Clayton, Cloudy Bay ; passenger, Rev. Mr. " Williams. i IN PORT. Ship "Adelaide," W. Campbell; barque "Glenbervie," J. Black; brig "Integrity," Pearson ; barque " Bolton," Robinson. LIST OF PASSENGERS. In the barque '• Tory," Captain Chaffers, from London : — Col. Win. Wakefield, Dr. Dieffenbach, Messrs. E. J. Wakefield, Dorset, Heaphy, and Robertson. In 'the cutter "Success," Captain Catlin, Sydney: — Mr. J. C. Crawford and servant, Dr. Henry Taylor, Mr. R. Tod, lady, two children, and servant, Messrs. W. Rea, Robert Jenkins, Thomas Jones, and Henry Hesketh. In the barque " Cuba," Captain J. Newcombe, from London : — Captain Smith, R.A., Messrs. R. D. Hanson, Carrington, Park, Stokes, and Bethune ; and 21 in the steerage. In the barque " Aurora," Captain Heale, from London : — Mr. Samuel Parker and lady, Mr. G. T. Palmer, jun., and lady, Mr. T. J. Drake, lady, & child, Mrs. R. Stokes, Mrs. R. Parke, Miss Morgan, Major Baker, Messrs. J. W. Child, W. Deans, W. and C. Maxwell, J. and F. Deighton, George White, and C. M'Gurk ; R. Stokes, Esq., surgeon. In the barque " Oriental," Capt. Wilson, from London : — Hon. Henry Petre, Messrs. E. B. Hopper, F. A. Molesworth, D. Sinclair, R. Barton, W. Mantell, E. Duppa, H. Moreing, A. Hornbrook, J. Lewis, H. Boyton, W. B. Burgess, Alfred Hodges, A. Hort, Miss Lewis, Mr. A. W. Shand and lady, Mr. E. Catchpool and lady ; J. P. Fitzgerald, M.D., surgeon. In the barque " Duke of Roxburgh," Capt. Thompson, London and Plymouth: — Mr. George Hunter, lady, six daughters, and four sons, Mr. A. Monteith and lady, Mr. Hight and lady, Mr. Healey, lady, and five children, Mr. Jackson and lady, Mr. Parnell and lady, Mr. Gomm and lady, Mr. Scott and lady, Mr. Pierce and lady, Messrs J. Greenwood, Bill, Lyon, Lloyd, Davis, and Farrar. In the " Bengal Merchant," Capt. Hemery, from Glasgow : — Mr. T. Logan, lady, and child, Mr. Robert R. Strang and lady, Miss Strang, Mr. Hay and lady, Dr. Dorsey, lady, and two children, Mr. Macdowall, lady, and two children, Mr. Reid, lady, and daughter, Mr. Duncan, lady, and two children, Rev. Mr. Mac Farlane, Messrs. A. and G. Todd, 11. and J. Carruth, J. Yule, George Wallace, Alexander Majoribanks, A. Anderson, W. Webster, J. Telford, W. T. Buchanan, J. Colville, and D. and J. Johnson. In the ship " Adelaide," Capt. Campbell, from London : — Dr. G. S. and Mrs. Evans, Capt.' Edward, Mrs., and Master Daniel, Mr. St. Hill and lady, Mr. Millar, lady, and four children, Mrs.W. M. Smith and three children, Mr. Riddiford, lady, and infant, Miss Riddifordi Miss Oliviera, Major Dffrie, Messrs. S. Reyans, T. M. Partridge, H. andT. W. Cook, L. and J. Nattra'ss, F. Johnson, C. Alsdorf, G. S. and H. Cole, J. Thomas, J. Tame, W. ; Thomas, and J. H. Luscombe ; W. Johnston, M.D., surgeon. In the barque "Glenbervie," Capt. Black, from London: — Messrs. J. Smith, Inglis, R. Heaver, Mr. Watt and lady, and Mr. and Mrs. Norfchwood ; 3in the steerage. In the 'sjiij? ";Lady Lilford," Kermatli, from Sydney : — Dr. Campbell, Messrs. James Watt, M'lnnes, and Grace, and Mrs. Smith ; and 20 in the steerage. In the brig " Nimrod," Capt. Hay, from Sydney and the Bay of Islands : — Captain Hay and lady, Mr. Heather, lady, and son, Messrs. Wilson, Roskell, M'Donnell, and Roberts ; and 13 in the steerage. In the ship "Earl Stanhope," Captain Tilley, from Port Philip :— Rev. J. C. Grylls, Messrs. R. G. Talbot, J. W. Bligh, Fredk. P.unsfbrd, and.Coats, Mr. Harvey, lady, and child, Mr. Grenier, lady, and four children, Mrs. Bell, and Mr, and Mrs. Stone ; and 25 in the steerage. In the brigantine " Hannah," Captain Liddell, from Sydney : — Mr. Machattie. In the brig "Integrity," Capt. Pearson^ I from Hobart Town : — Messrs. John andjj George Wade and Brown, Mrs. M'Liver ;| and 5 in the steerage. / In the ship "Middlesex," Captain Monroe, from Sydney : — Messrs. Riley, Hair, , Rawson, Thompson, and Dr. Shaw ; and 12 I stockmen. In the barque " Bolton," Capt. Robinson, from London : — Mr. Harrison, lady, and five children, Mr. Collett and lady, Rev. Mr. Churto.i, lady, and seven children, Rev. Mr. Butler, lady, and daughter, Mr. Minett, lady, and fovtr children, Misses Falwaker and Hargreavp«, Messrs. Waderson, St. Hill, and Hargri'ttves ; R, G. Lowe, Esq., surgeon.

IMPORTS. Cargo of the ship "Adelaide," Win. Campbell, from London. 19 packages, and a quantity iron pots, Capt. Daniell ; 2 casks hardware, 1 do. biscuit, James Tame ; 4 packages sundries, 7 bundles spades, G. Cole ; 2 casks stout, 11 packages merchandize, 1 cask brandy, D. Riddiford; 171 packages sundries, 177 deals, Dr. Evans; 32 packages sundries, 29 deals, 1 keg tobacco, v l cask oil, H. St. Hill; 23 packages printing materials and paper, 1 keg tobacco, 1 parcel deals, S. Revans; 1 cask, Win. Deans; 15 packages sundries, 1 case brandy, A. Millar ; 4-1 packages sundries, 1 tierce tobacco, 1 case brandy, F. Johnson ; 166 boxes soap, 46 do. candles, T. M. Partridge and Co. ; 5 packages medicines, 6 cases muskets, 142 packages deals, 6S packages sundries, and the large guns on deck, New Zealand Land Company. " Glenbervie," J. Black, from London. 22 bales, 1 keg, 26 casks, 11 bundles, IS cases, 3 boxes, 4 wheels, 1 pole, 8 packages, 2 bales, 2 pumps, 1 cart, 1 puncheon, 6 pieces iron work, 1 iron chest, 1 brass bell, Hopper, Peter, and Molesworth ; 5 kegs, 6 casks, 1 truck body, 6 packages, 4 cases, 4 bundles, 2 wheels, 1 truck, 3 bedsteads, G. Hunter ; 1 bale, 2 packages, E. Hopper; 9 packages (to order,) 121 cases, 2 casks, 4 packages, 1 cart, 3 kegs, 1 harrow, 1 iron frame, PI. St. Hill ; 4 rafters, 7 packages, H. and T. Cook j 5 cases, 1 cask, New Zealand Land Company ; 14 casks, 10 cases, 46 packages, 6 kegs, 3 bundles, 2 grindstones, 1 bag, 10 butts, 1 bale, 2 tin pots, E. Daniel ; 1 frame, S deals, F. Johnson ; 1 case, 1 bale, 1 box, W. C. well ; 10 cases, 6 casks, 1 keg, 2 packages, 2 grindstones, 1 cart, 4 bundles iron hops, D. Sinclair ; 21 bundles, 1 cask, 2 packages, J. Pierce ; 2 cases^gask, G. Cole ; 3 packages, J. Thomas ; j||^Mfcr. Lewis ; 10 packages, H. Hughes, 2 pacffl^T, M. Draper; 1 package, S. Draper; 1 case, 1 package, F. A. Molesworth ; 7 packages, 2 cases, 1 cask, D. Riddiford ; 5 cases, 5 casks, J. Monteith ; 2 casks, 1 cart, 1 package, 1 grindstone, 433 bars and 10 bundles iron, T. J. Drake; 50 firkins butter, 2 casks ham, 15 cases cheese, 10 hhds. wine, 150 deals, 533 sacks salt, 30 barrels tar and pitch, 10 hhds. 20 quarter casks wine, 10 hhds. brandy, 10 hhds. 10 puncheons rum, S hhds. Geneva, 300 cases do., 50 bags sugar, 10 do. coffee, 10 do. rice, 29 boxes tea, 2 do. cassia, 1 bag cloves, 1 barrel nutmegs, 20 pockets pepper, 1 tierce, 30 kegs, 25 cans, 2 cases, 3 casks, paints and colours, 120 boxes soap, 2 cases apparel, 4 bales paper, 1 case, 2 casks, 1 bundle scales and weights, 20 kegs nails, 2 casks iron, 4 bundles, 3 anvils, 3 bellows, 1 bundle iron, 1 cart, 2 cans, 5 cases confectionary, 2 do. corks, 8 do. hats, 1 quarter cask whiskey, 3 cases, 1 bundle, 2 cases brushed, baskets, &c, 1 cask twine, 4 cases haberdashery, 2 do. stationery, 1 bale shirts, 3 trunks shoes, Willis, Sons, and Co.; 1 puncheon, 1 hhd., 1 bundle, 4 casks, 14 cases, 1 package, Hanson and Alsdorf ; 1 case, 3 casks, H. Bradey ; 16 casks, 1 basket, and 14S pieces materials for a house, T. M. Partridge and Co. ; 24 pairs windows, 14 doors, S. Revans ; 1 bale cotton (to order,) 5 cases, 1 quarter barrel, 1 cask, 1 hhd. (to order,) 3 casks, 10 cases, D. Riddiford; 10 casks blacking, C. Alsdorf; 6 packages deals, 1 barrel tar, J. Tame; 5 puncheons, 5 cases, 11 wheels, 11 kegs, 4 packages, 1 cask, 11 bundles shafts. 6 baskets, 2 bags, 1 bundle boards, 56 packages building materials, 4 pigs lead, G. Duppa : 2 cases, 1 keg, 4 fire dogs, 12 iron sashes (to order.) 9 sacks grain, 1 winnowing machine (to order,) L. Nattrass; 11 packages, F. Bradey; 6 casks, 2 cases, 1 package, 2 bundles spades, 1 case guns, 1 bundle forks (to order,) 3 cases, 1 barrel, 5 casks, 1 iron frame, 1 crate, 1 barrel (to order,) 1 case, 1 iron roller, 2 casks, 2 packages building materials, Dr. Evans; 1 package, 1 bag nails, 1 case, A. Hodges ; 1 tierce tobacco (to order,) 50 barrels flour, 55 packages, 10 cases, 1 cask, 1 bundle scales and weights, 25 bundles, 1 box, 8 iron standards, 2 do. bedsteads, 102 deals, New Zealand Land Company; 20 crates, 1 box, 5 casks, Willis, Sons, and Co. ; 3 cases (to order,) 50 hhds. stout (to order,) 13 cases wines, 20 tierces stout, 14 do. ale (to order,) 15 packages mustard and pickles, 50 quarter casks vinegar (to order,) 77 boxes' glass, Willis and Co. ; 5 bales, 9 trunks (to order,) 100 cases Geneva, 4 half casks brandy, 17 cases bottled wine (to order,) 10 crates, T. Smith ; 1 cask ironmongery, J. Lewis; 1 iron chest, 3 cases, 4 casks copper coin, Union Bank ; 3 hhds., 2 tierces, 2 cases, 2 boxes, 2 bundles (to order,) 1 cask, 2 cases cheese, 1 box salt, 1 box tea, 1 tierce beef (to order,) 1 matted case, G. Hunter ; 64 packages, 1 trunk, 1 box glass, 4 buckets shot, 1 anvil, 6 bundles building materials, 51 deals, 74 battens, 4 casks brandy, 1 do. port, 1 do. sherry, Northwood and Co. " Lady Lilford," Kermoth, Sydney. 600 sheep, 59 cattle, and 2 horses. "Nimrod," Hay, Sydney and Bay of Islands. Sundries and whaling gear, to, Messrs. Hay and Machattie. '' '■ "Earl Stanhope," Tilley, Port-Philip. 70 head cattle, and 3 horses? "Hannah," Liddell, Sydney. 4 bales blankets, 34 casks beef, 30 kegs butter, 174 bags sugar, half a ton lead, 40 iron pots, 34 bags rice, 4 do. coffee. 44 quarter chests and 25 chests tea, 12 tons flour, 10 quarter casks wine, 36 muskets, 20 boxes mustard, .1 case shoes, 5 kegs tobacco, 20 cases pickles, Hay and Machattie. " Integrity," Pearson, Hobart Town. 35 head cattle, 11 horses, and sundries. John Wade. "Middlesex," Monroe, Sydney-.?- ' , 700 sheep, 80 head cattle, 7 tans^ifMrJ-J. Riley. -\- c - :

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE., New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, Volume I, Issue 4, 2 May 1840

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