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The following is a list of the passengers per tho ship Sevilla, which sailed from Glasgow, on the 23rd May last, and which is now due at tke BlufF. Assisted Immigrants. — John Vint, and family (6) ; Bridget Gallacher ; James Patterson and wife ; Hector M'Neilage, and family (3) ; Elizabeth Pettigrew ; Lillias M'Arthur; George Huet and family (3) ; Mary Hope ; Jane Dryburgh ; Angus, Ann, and Janet Wallace ; William Anderson and family (7) ; William Gray ; Jessie Brown ; J. D. Hamilton and family (5) ; Lily Campbell ; Mary Jeffrey ; -Marion Steel ; Alex. M'Lean and family (3) ; Mary Cameron ; James Gray and family (6) ; Janet M'Nab ; Richard Donnigan and family (7) ; William Donnigan and family (5) ; W. J. Harvey and family (5) ; John M'lntyre and family (8) ; Robert Kinnairdand family (9) ; John M'Chesneyand family (12) ; Andrew MCulloch and family (4) ; James M'Master and family (4) ; James M'Natty ond family (8) ; Thompson M'Natty and family (5) ; Hugh Derby ; W. Nixon and family (3) William Stead and family (5) ; David Stewart and family (4) ; Alexander Thomson and family (7) ; Samuel Thompson and family (3); Alexander and Mary Sinclair ; Thomas Muyz aud family (10) ; Jane Glass ; Samuel Thomson and family (5) ; Mary and Isabella Gilfillan ; Mrs. Hume and child ; John Taylor and family (3) ; Angus and Mary Ambro«e ; Mrs. Allison Taylor and family (4) ; William Deegan ; Helen G-loster ; Martin and Patrick Joice ; Agues Moves and family (7) ; John Hunter ; Owen Gallaher and , family (4) ; Bernard Quinin ; Bobert Caighy ; Daniel O'Connor; Alexander Brown ; Margaret Houston; Andrew Carr; Catherine Hanby and child; Jessie Rose ; John Waldie and family .(4-) -, Andrew Scott ; William Campbell : Mrs. Merrie and family (5) ; in all, 207. For the convenience of parties interested, a catalogue of tlie names is posted up at the Government offices. -* Me. S. De Beer has issued a Shipping Register, in noticing which tho Argus says : — " Notwithstanding its extreme youth— for the existence of Victoria as a colony, or, indeed, as an important settlement, must bo reckoned from ISSI — the mercantile marine of this colony may deservediy rank with that in any port of the world of the same acre. It is not that in a comparatively slack year 2.190 vessels, representing a tonnage of 649,564, have entered the port of Melbourne, but that its registry contains no less than 390 vessels, exclusive of steamers, representing as nearly as possible 60,000 tons of shipping. All these are owned and registered in Melbourne, and th»y comprise vessels of all sizes, from ships of over 1,000 tons clown to the small cutters of seven or eight tons." The Argus has the following on the last trip of the B. M.S.S. Aldinga to and from New Zealand : — " The s.s. Aldinga left Melbourne at half-past six p.m. on the llth inst,, with the New Zealand portion of the English mail. Arrived at Bluff Harbor at half-past three p.m. on the 16th, landed mail and passengers, and left again at five p.m. Arrived at Dunedin at six a.m. on the 17th ; sailed again at five p.m. on the 18th. with the New Zealand portion of the home mail. Arrived at Bluff Harbor at six a.m. on tlie 19th ; sailed again at eight a.m. Passed Solander Island at one p.m. same dav ; passed Swan Island at midnight on the 22nd inst., and arrived in Hobson's Bay at half-past nine p.m. last evening, thus making the whole voyage, including stoppages, in the short space of'twclro days. Captain Steuart reports moderate variable " winds with fivo weather throughout the voyage." Accident to the Wellington. — On crossing Manukau Bar on Thursday, the screw of the steamer Wellington fouled the buoy, and two out of the three blades were broken off, so that she had to steam to Nelson with but one blade. She left Taranaki on Friday afternoon at four o'clock, and encountered very severe gales, nearly all the way to Nelson, particularly on Friday night, which with her diminished power retarded her arrival until Sunday about eleven o'clock. She was at once put oil the Boulder Bank, her spare screw shipped, and sho was ready for sea by one o'clock yesterday, when she left for Picton, Wellington," and the southern ports. — Nelson Examiner. The following notice of motion has been givon in the Tasmanian Parliament, by Mr. Allison : — " To move, that it is most desirable for the protection of the maritime interests of this, no less than other parts of the world, that a powerful light be placed upon Cape Pillar. Contingent, upon the above being carried — To move, that our Government be requested as early as possible to put themselves in communication with the Governments of Victoria, Sydney, and New Zealand, in order to ascertain to" what extent they would aid Tasmania in establishing and supporting such light."

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SHIP SEVILLA, FROM GLASGOW., Southland Times, Volume I, Issue 39, 3 September 1864

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SHIP SEVILLA, FROM GLASGOW. Southland Times, Volume I, Issue 39, 3 September 1864

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