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Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 94 1846 Saturday January, 3, 1846 P2
Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 30th November.
Departures
December 28 - Bee, brig, Captain Unthank, for Port Nicholson.

Passengers -
Cunard 	Mr
Fuller 	Mr
Maiten 	Mr

Clearance
January 3 - Guide, brig, Captain Peacock, for Taranaki, Nelson and Port Nicholson.

Passengers -
Hirsthouse 	Mr
Peacock 	Master

Exports
December 24 - Bee, brig, Captain Unthank, for Port Nicholson.
January 3 - Guide, brig, Captain Peacock for Taranaki, Nelson and Port Nicholson.

Colonial Whalers at Sea (With their Last Reports)
Caernarvon, barque, 220 tons, Irvine, hence 22nd August 1842, at the Bay of Islands on the 16th September 1844, where she discharged; and having refitted, put into Port Nicholson May 6, 1845, with 600 barrels black oil.

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The Sarah Wilson, hence via New Zealand, arrived at Tahiti on the 20th October, and had gone on to Hushine.
The barque Lloyds has obtained the charter to convey troops, cattle, &c, to New Zealand.
The schooner Vanguard had been taken up to proceed to New Zealand.

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Vessel Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Aurora, schooner, 50 tons, Turner
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson
British Sovereign, barque, 350 tons, Milne
I Don't Know, schooner, 68 tons, Thompson
Scotia, schooner, 68 tons, Ward
Munford, schooner, 168 tons, Orr
Cheerful, schooner, 123 tons, Patrick
Coolangatta, schooner, 88 tons, Walker
Caernarvon, barque, Irving
Perseverance, barque, 237 tons, Corkhill
Louisa, brig, 182 tons, Millton

Hobart Town.
December 18 - Arrival: H.M.S. Calliope, 26 guns, Captain Edward Stanley, from Plymouth 18th August, came into port on Thursday afternoon, offering the customary salute of sixteen guns, which was returned from the Prince of Wales Battery, after deliberate preparation. The Calliope has 5000 on board for the New Zealand Company. She sails this morning for New Zealand to relieve the North Star, but it depends on further orders whether she remains there or proceeds to the East Indies. The following are the names of the principal officers:

Beresford 	Mr, 3rd Lieut.
Butler 		Lord Charles, 4th Lieut.
Holmes 		Mr, 2nd Lieut.
Thorp 		1st Lieut.
The captain, we understand, is a relation of the Secretary of State for the Colonies. - Hobart Town Courier

Promotion - Lieutenant Francis P. Egerton (1836), late First of the Agincourt, 72, flag-ship on the China station, appointed by Rear-Admiral Cochrane to command the Hazard, 18, at New Zealand, vacant by the death of Commander Bell, has been confirmed in his rank of Commander by the Admiralty.

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 95 1846 Saturday January, 10, 1846 P9

Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present date
From New Zealand . 23rd December. P10

(Advertisment)
Tenders will be received on board H.M. steam vessel Driver until the evening of the 11th instant, for the conveyance of 500 tons coals to Auckland, New Zealand, to be delivered into the charge of the senior Naval or Military officer, at that place on or about the 1st February, 1846, but not later than that date. C.O. Hayes, Captain, Driver, Sydney, January 9th, 1846.

Arrivals
January 4 - Munford, schooner, 169 tons, Captain Orr, from Port Nicholson the 16th December.

Passengers -
Christian 	Mr
Curtis 		Mr
Edmunds 	Mr
Hunt 		Mr and Mrs
Wales 		Mr

January 5 - British Sovereign, barque, 359 tons, Captain Milne, from the Bay of Islands the 20th December.

Passengers -
Agnew 		Mr and Mrs, son and daughter
Andrews 	Mr
Clayton 	Captain
Dixon 		Master G
Dixon 		Master J
Downes 		Mr H
Graham 		Mr
Tallan 		Captain

January 10 - John Bull, schooner, 72 tons, Captain Brown, from Kiapara, New Zealand, the 23rd December.

Passengers -
Brown 		Mrs
Partington 	Mr

Departures
January 5 - Guide, brig, Captain Peacock for Taranaki, Nelson and Port Nicholson.

Passengers -
Hirsthouse 	Mr
Peacock 	Master

January 6 - Kate, schooner, Captain Macfarlane, for Auckland.
Passengers - Mr and Mrs J. Hall

January 3 - Providence, schooner, Captain McCook, for New Zealand.
Passenger - Mrs Rogers

Imports.
January 5 - Munford, schooner, 160 tons, Captain Orr, from Port Nicholson.
January 6 - British Sovereign, barque, 350 tons, Captain Milne, from Auckland and the Bay of Islands.

P11 Exports
January 5 - Kate, schooner, Captain Macfarlane, for Auckland.
January 6 - Providence, schooner, Captain McCook, for Auckland.

The schooner Vanguard sailed for New Zealand on the 15th December.

The Lloyds has the whole of the cattle (twenty-four in number) on board, and is expected to sail for New Zealand on Monday morning next. The troops will go on board this afternoon, and will consist of:

Armstrong 	Captain
De Winton 	Lieutenant
Last 		Major
Menzies 	Ensign
100 rank and file of the 99th Regiment.
Passengers -
Marlowe 	Mrs and three daughters
Mackay 		Mr J

H M S North Star, Captain Sir Everard Home, will proceed direct from New Zealand to England, on the arrival at the Bay of Islands of the steamer Driver.

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The Droper spoke the schooner Sister of Sydney on the 20th ultimo in Lat 43 9 S?., Long. 166 10? E, from Hobart Town, bound for Port Nicholson. She enquired the latitude and longitude, having lost her sailing master. The John Bull has on board 45 tons Kowrie gum. The Coolangatta had arrived at Auckland, and was to leave for Sydney on the 18th December. The schooner Bandicoot, from Hobart Town, arrived at Auckland on the 15th December.

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Typhoon in the China Seas - Interruption of the Voyage of H M Steamer "Driver", in progress to New Zealand - story page 15 Column 1 - story from Straits' Times, (Singapore) October 28.

The "Driver" - H M Steamer Driver arrived on Wednesday unexpectedly from China, via Swan River and Hobart Town. She has called here to obtain a supply of fuel and provisions, preparatory to proceeding to New Zealand. The names of the officers are

Bromley 	Lieutenant
Connolly 	Lieutenant
Costello 	Dr
Crispin 	Mr
Houghton 	Dr
Kisbee 		Lieutenant
Marcuard 	Lieutenant
-more story page 15 Column 2

When Captain Milne left the Bay of Islands, the following vessels were lying in the Kawi Kawi River: -
H M S Castor, North Star and Racehorse; H E I C ship Elphinstone; the Slains Castle, Victoria and a number of small craft.
At Korotarika the following were lying:-
Fanny, of Havre, five months and a half out, with 200 sperm and 100 of black oil. She had drifted ashore on the beach during a gale of wind, but hauled off again without damage with the assistance of H M S Osprey, which vessel was there at the time. The Perseverance, Captain Corkhill, had arrived there, and reported having seen a brig and schooner a few days previous, supposed to be the Louisa and Waterlily, bound to Auckland. On the 17th ultimo, a new schooner called the Bride, about 80 tons, was launched from a yard at the back of Pomare's pah, where she had remained in safety during the late disturbances. On the 19th ultimo, the British Sovereign saw a large vessel standing in for the Bay of Islands, supposed to be a man-of-war. The troops were encamped at the head of the Kawi Kawi, near the pah of the friendly chief Tomaty Poka Tutu, whose tribe mustered some 600 men. The rest of the story on page 15 Column 2

English Shipping
The Mary Katherine, for New Zealand, entered outwards September 12.

The schooner Shamrock, from Sydney, arrived at Port Nicholson, on the 14th December. The schooner Hannah Taylor, left Port Nicholson on the 12th ultimo for Sydney. The cutter Royal William had arrived at Port Nicholson from Hobart Town. The David Malcolm was loading at Port Nicholson for London.

Le Rhin will sail to-morrow morning for the Bay of Islands and Auckland. She will then proceed to Akaroa, where there is a small party of her men, and afterwards to Tahiti and the Marquesas, whence, unless other instructions are received, she will sail direct for France.

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The Government brig Victoria was struck by lightning in Cook's Straits, on the 28th November; the fore-top-gallant sail was burnt, and four men knocked down, but were uninjured - New Zealander, December 13.

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 96 1846 Saturday January 17, 1846
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Latest intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 31st December.

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Arrivals.
January 12 - Louisa, brig, 181 tons, Captain Millton, from the Bay of Islands the 31st ultimo.

Passenger -
Macwharrie 	Dr of the Medical Staff


January 12 - Shamrock, schooner, 84 tons, Captain Browing, from Port Nicholson the 26th ultimo.

Passengers -
Bannatyne 	Mr W M
Hassall 	Mr
Tomkins 	Miss

Departures.
January 12 - Le Rhin, French corvette, Commodore Berrard, for New Zealand.

Passengers -
Pompalier 	Bishop
Viard 		Bishop
a number of lay brethren

January 12 - Driver, H M Steamer, Captain Hayes, for New Zealand.

Passengers -
Henderson 	Captain
Yelverton 	Lieutenant the Honourable W
And 27 rank and file of the Royal Artillery

January 13 - Comet, schooner, Captain Cork, for Port Nicholson.

Passengers -
Anderson 	Mrs
Cork 		Mrs
Dorset 		Dr
Hicks 		Mr S
Horsley 	Mr J
Kemp 		Mrs H and two children
Wilson 		Mrs E

January 13 - Lloyds, barque, Captain Lewis, for New Zealand.

Passengers -
Armstrong 	Captain
Braithwaite 	Mr
De Winter 	Lieutenant
Last 		Major
Mackay 		Mr John 
Marlow 		Mrs and three daughters 
Menzies 	Ensign
Smith 		Dr
105 rank and file of the 99th Regiment
and six government men attending cattle for the Commissariat.

Clearances.
January 16 - Star of China, schooner, Captain Wood, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Bennett 	Mr George
Williamson 	Mr

Imports.
January 12 - John Bull, schooner, 71 tons, Captain Brown, from Auckland bia Kiapara.
January 13 - Louisa, brig, 181 tons, Captain Milton, from Auckland via the Bay of Islands.
January 13 - Shamrock, schooner, 85 tons, Captain Browning, from Port Nicholson.

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Exports.
January 10 - Comet, schooner, Captain Cork, for Port Nicholson.
January 12 - Lloyds, barque, Captain Lewis for New Zealand.

Boyd Town.
Arrivals - January 2 - Vanguard, Thomson, from Adelaide, with goods and passengers - bound to Auckland.
Departures -
December 24 - Lowestoft, Griffiths, for New Zealand, with cattle.
January 4 - Vanguard, Thomson, for Auckland, with goods and passengers.

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H M S "Driver" - The Driver left on Monday morning very unexpectedly, at 2 a.m., having received a large supply of coals from a vessel recently arrived from Newcastle. Tenders have been advertised for, to convey five hundred tons of coals to Auckland for her consumption. Several parties who had intended boarding her were disappointed at her sudden departure. She takes 5000 in gold and 5000 in silver for the colonial government of New Zealand.

When the Louisa left Auckland, the Perseverance, Strathisla, Louisa Campbell, and Bandicoot, were lying there. A large vessel with a blue ensign passed the Bay of Islands on the 31st ultimo, supposed to be H M S Calliope. The fore and aft schooner Bon Accord, from Sydney, 20th December, arrived off the Bay of Islands on the 31st ultimo. H M S Castor, Racehorse, North Star, and Osprey, also the H E I Company's ship Elphinstone, and the Slains Castle, were lying at the Bay of Islands. The schooner Waterlily had not arrived at Auckland.
The schooner Cheerful, from Auckland, arrived at Hobart Town on the 8th instant; twenty-eight days out.

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 97 1846 Saturday January 24, 1846

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Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 9th January.

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Arrivals
January 19 - Coolangatta, schooner, 90 tons, Captain Walker, from Auckland 27th December, and the Bay of Islands the 1st instant.

Departures
January 21 - Janet, barque, Captain Dring, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Curran 		Mrs
Dring 		Mr and Miss
Dunlop 		Mr D
Johnston 	Mr W
McAira 		Mr J
Martin 		Mr R
Sidney 		Mr C
Steven 		Mr G
Tidey 		Mr W
Woodhouse 	Mr J

January 21 - Star of China, schooner, Captain Wood, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Bennett 	Mr G
Somervill 	Mr M
Stone 		Mr and Mrs R and daughter
Williamson 	Mr

January 21 - Shamrock, schooner, Captain Browning, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Hand 		Mr George
Hill 		Mr Charles
Mills 		Mr E

Clearances.
January 20 - Munford, schooner, Captain Orr, for New Zealand via Newcastle.

Colonial Whalers at Sea With their Last Reports.
Caernavon, barque, 220 tons, Irvine, hence 22nd August 1842; at the Bay of Islands, on the 16th September, 1844, where she discharged; and having refitted, put into Port Nicholson May 6, 1845, with 600 barrels black oil.

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Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand.
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson
I Don't Know, schooner, 68 tons, Thompson
Scotia, schooner, 68 tons, Ward
Munford, schooner, 168 tons, Orr
Caernarvon, barque, Irving
Perseverance, barque, 237 tons, Corkhill
Sister, schooner, 45 tons, Korff
Hannah, schooner, 90 tons, Salmon
Guide, brig, 147 tons, Peacock

English Shipping.
The Caledonia, from New Zealand, arrived at Gravesend the 3rd October. 
The Mary Catherine sailed for Auckland, Wellington, and Nelson, on the 19th September.

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Imports.
January 19 - Coolangatta, schooner, 90 tons, Captain Walker, from Auckland.

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Exports
January 19 - Janet, barque, Captain Dring, for Auckland.
January 20 - Shamrock, schooner, Captain Browning, for Auckland via the Bay of Islands.
January 20 - Munford, schooner, Captain Orr, for the Bay of Islands via Newcastle.

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The schooner Aurora spoke the Hobart Town whaler Harriett Nathan, on the 11th instant, nineteen days out, with 80 barrels sperm oil on board. The cargo by the Aurora consists of 25 tons kowrie gum and 6 spars. The troops had advanced to within range of Kawiti's pah, into which they had thrown several shells, by which some of the natives were slain. The day before the Aurora left Hokianga, a report was brought in by one of the New Zealanders, that Kawiti's pah had been taken by the troops and burnt, the tribe having receded to Honi Heki's pah. This, however, was held as a fabrication, and the general opinion was, that Colonel Despard was merely keeping them in check until the pioneers had cut passages through the dense scrub. H.M.S. Osprey had been sent round to Hokianga to protect the settlers there.

The barque Cecilla and schooner Munford have been chartered by Government to convey coals to New Zealand, and are about to proceed to Newcastle to load.
The Coolangatta left the Bay of Islands before the Louisa, and therefore brings no news. The barque Perseverance, Captain Corkhill, was advertised to leave Auckland for Sydney on or before the 3rd instant. The barque Strathisla, hence, arrived at Auckland on the 19th ultimo. The schooner I Don't Know, from Port Nicholson, arrived at Auckland on the 26th ultimo. The Coolangatta touched at Howe's Island on the passage from New Zealand, at which place the following Sydney whalers were reported: - November 18. Clarkstone, Nixon, twenty-one days out, clean. January 1. Juno, Hayes, twenty-one days out, with 60 barrels black oil.

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 98 1846 Saturday January, 31, 1846
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Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 9th January.

Departures
January 24 - Munford, schooner, Captain Orr, for New Zealand via Newcastle.
January 28 - Cecilia, barque, Captain Pearce, for New Zealand, via Newcastle.
January 31 - Watkins, brig, Captain Varty for Auckland via Twofold Bay.

Passengers -
Brooks 		Mr
Gregory 	Mr
Weston 		Miss

Clearances
January 24 - Cecilia, barque, Captain Pearce, for New Zealand, via Newcastle.
January 28 - Fanny Morris, schooner, Captain Hay, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Hay 		Mrs
Smith 		Mr and Mrs

Exports
January 24 - Cecilia, barque, Captain Pearse, for Auckland via Newcastle.

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January 28 - Fanny Morris, schooner, Captain Hay, for Auckland.
Thursday the 8th the Waterlily sailed from Norfolk Island for New Zealand, with part of the 58th Regiment.
 


The Shipping Gazette and Sydney General Trade List
Volume III No.99 Saturday, February 7, 1846
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Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date.
From New Zealand . 20th January

Arrivals
February 3 - Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Captain Dunning, from Auckland, 20th January and the Barrier the 25th January.

Passengers -
Campbell 	Ensign
Chaile 		Mr
Gimble 		Mr
Larkins 	Mr
McInnis 	Mr
McLennon 	Mr
Stark 		Mr

February 4 - Munford, schooner, 168 tons, Captain Orr, from Newcastle (having put in leaky on her passage to New Zealand.)

Departures.

February 3 - Fanny Morris, schooner, Captain Hay, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Hay 		Mrs
Smith 		Mrs

February 3 - Coolangatta, schooner, Captain Hay, for Auckland.

Clearances.
January 24 - Cecilia, barque, Captain Pearse, for Auckland via Newcastle.

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Imports.
February 4 - Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Captain Dunning, from Auckland.

The Terror
. - This well-known schooner arrived on Wednesday night, after a voyage of less than six weeks from the time of her leaving Sydney; she will be laid on again for Auckland in less than four days, as the inward cargo consists only of 6000 feet boards, 100 ash oars, 40 tons copper ore, 2 cases nails and 1 case sundries. She brings no additional news from the Bay of Islands to that already reported, no communication having being received from the scene of warfare. The new brig Mankin, belonging to Messrs. Wright and Graham, was fully rigged, and sails bent; she might therefore be expected in Sydney within the next fortnight. The brig Portenia sailed from Auckland on 14th January for Kiapara, to load with timber. The Caernarvon, whaler, was still at Auckland, being detained through the cook-house having taken fire, which burnt a great portion of the foremast and fore-rigging. The barque Strathisla was to sail on the 15th January to load with spars. The barque Perseverance, Corkhill, had gone on to Waiaki, to procure manganese and spars for Sydney.

Newcastle, February 3rd. The barque Cecilia, Captain Pearce, will leave this port for Auckland tomorrow (Friday) evening or Saturday morning, wind and weather permitting. She has on board 300 tons of coals for Government, and 400 sheep. - Correspondent.

The barque Isabella Anna, Captain Rogers, from Sydney, arrived at Auckland via Kawau on the 13th January, having landed the whole of her sheep.

The schooner Munford put into port on Wednesday, having spring a leak shortly after leaving Newcastle, which compelled Captain Orr to bear up.

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The Perseverance from New Zealand has just entered the port.

The Shipping Gazette and Sydney Trade Lists
Vol. III Saturday 14 February 1846 No.100
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Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 29th January

Arrivals.
February 7 - Perseverance, barque, 237 tons, Captain Corkhill, from Auckland the 4th, and Waiheke the 16th January.

Passengers -
Carlton 	Mr
Cording 	Mr
Holmes 		Mr T
Langdon 	Mr C
Lewis 		Mr
Pettit 		Mr John
McRichie 	Mr
Ramington 	Mr J
Williams 	Mr H

February 10 - North Star, H.M.S. 26 guns, Captain Sir Everard Home, from Auckland the 26th and the Bay of Islands the 29th January.

Passenger -
Shortland 	Mr

February 13 - H.E.I.C. sloop Elphinstone, 18 guns, Commander J.A. Young, from Auckland the 26th ultimo.

Passengers -
Despard 	Colonel
Main 		Lieutenant
Both of the 58th Regiment.

Departures
February 10 - Daniel Watson, brig, Captain Watson, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Hargraves 	Mr E.H.
Mackie 		Mr Edward
Pugh 		Mr and Mrs and three children

Clearances.
February 11 - John Bull, schooner, Captain Brown, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Brown 		Mr
Clarke 		Mr
Denman 		Mr
Parkington 	Mr

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Mcintosh Mr
February 13 - Vixen, schooner, 46 tons Captain Winter, for Auckland.

Colonial Whalers at Sea With their last Reports.
Caernarvon, barque, 220 tons, Irvine, hence 22nd August 1842; at the Bay of Islands on 16th September, 1844, where she discharged and having refitted, put into Port Nicholson on May 6, 1845 with 600 barrels black oil.

Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the mill, schooner.
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson.
I Don't Know, schooner, 68 tons, Thompson.
Scotia, schooner, 68 tons, Ward.
Caernarvon, barque, Irving.
Sister, schooner, 45 tons, Korff.
Hannah, schooner, 90 tons, Salmon.
Guide, brig, 147 tons, Peacock.
Comet, schooner, 91 tons, Cork.
Kate, schooner, 61 tons, Macfarlane.
Star of China, schooner, 100 tons, Wood.
Shamrock, schooner, 84 tons, Browning.

The Honorable East India Company's sloop of war Elphinstone is the only vessel of that description which has visited this colony for many years. We believe the only other Company's ships that visited Sydney were the Reliance, in search of La Perouse's remains, and the Tigris, sent to look after the survivors of the Charles Eaton. The Elphinstone was sent from Bombay to Adelaide, with Lieutenant Governor Robe, and afterwards took Governor Grey on to Auckland, and assisted in the late operations at the Bay of Islands. She has visited Sydney to refresh prior to returning to India. On anchoring yesterday off Port Macquarie she fired a salute to seventeen guns, which was returned by the Fort Phillip Battery. Colonel Despard, who has been in command in New Zealand, returned to Sydney by this vessel.

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Imports
February 9 - Perseverance, barque, 238 tons, Captain Corkhill, from Auckland.

Exports
February 2 - Coolangatta, schooner, Captain Cooney, for Auckland.
February 7 - Daniel Watson, brig, Captain Watson for Auckland.

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February 11 - John Bull, schooner, Captain Brown, for Auckland.
February 13 - Vixen, schooner, 46 tons, Captain Winter, for Auckland.

AUCKLAND.
Arrivals.

January 17 - H.E.I.C.S. Elphinstone, Captain Young, from Bay of Islands, with his Excellency Governor Grey and suite.
January 19 - H.M.S. Calliope, Captain Stanley, from Bay of Islands, with troops.
January 20 - H.M.S.Castor, Captain Graham from Bay of Islands with troops.
January 20 - H.M.S. North Star. Captain Sir Everard Home, from Bay of Islands, with troops.
January 20 - H.M. Steamer Driver, 4 guns, Commander C.O. Hayes, from Sydney 12th January.

Passengers -
Busby 			Mr
Crawford 		Mr and Mrs
Henderson 		Captain
Yelverton 		Lieutenant Honorable W,
One sergeant, one corporal and twenty-four rank and file Royal Artillery. 

January 20 - Waterlilly, schooner, Ramsden, master, from Norfolk Island, with sundries.

Passengers -
Arney 		Major and Mrs
Ballantyne 	Assistant Surgeon
Hardy 		Captain and Mrs and child
Simmons 	Adjutant
And 101 rank and file 58th Regiment.

January 21 - Russell, American whaling ship, Soule, master, from the whaling grounds, with 200 barrels black oil and 1000 lbs bone.
January 23 - Kate, schooner, Macfarlane, master, from Sydney, with sundries.
January 23 - Frolic, English whaler, Lewis, master, from the whaling grounds with 815 barrels sperm oil; out twenty-one months.
January 23 - Providence, schooner, McCook, master, from Sydney, with sundries.

Passengers -
Norman Mrs
Roy Mrs

January 23 - Slains Castle, barque, Dawson, master, from Bay of Islands, with troops and volunteers.
January 22 - Victoria, Government brig, Richards, master, from Bay of Islands.

Passenger -
Walker Thomas (Nene)

Departures.
January 17 - Strathisle, barque, Campbell. Master, for Kaipara, with sundries.
January 17 - Elizabeth, schooner, Read, master, for Bay of Plenty, in ballast.
January 20 - Sir John Franklin, schooner, Jones, master, for the Feegees, with sundries.
January 21 - Caernarvan, English whaler, Irving, master, for the Whaling grounds, in ballast.
The "North Star" - Associated as this gallant man-of-war has been with the stirring events in this colony, during the last twelve months, we cannot but regret her departure from it; and we trust that on her arrival in England, the services of Sir Everard Home, will be duly appreciated, and that he and his brave officers will meet with commensurate promotion and honours. The conduct of the crew, and the urbanity of those entrusted with the command, have been such during their sojourn in New Zealand, as will ensure the most grateful reminiscences for their bravery and
P46 assistance in quelling the recent rebellion, and ensuring to the settlers permanent peace and security - New Zealander.

DISSEMBARKATION OF THE TROOPS FROM THE BAY OF ISLANDS - On Tuesday afternoon, the divisions of the 58th and 99th Regiments disembarked from the ships of war on their return from the Bay of Islands. The 58th Regiment after nine months absence from here, bore strong marks of the hard service they had undergone. After they had quitted the boats, they were formed under the direction of that active brave officer, Adjutant McCleary, and in excellent spirits, headed by their gallant Colonel, Wynyard, marched to the cheering airs of their excellent band, to the new barracks. The 99th followed soon after. The Lloyds is daily expected from Sydney, with a further detachment of the 99th, consisting of 100 men, under the command of Major Last, Captain Armstrong, and Lieutenant De Winton.

H.M.S North Star has come on to Sydney to refit, preparatory to leaving for England, with will be in the course of a month. H.M.S. Racehorse was at the Bay of Islands, and the Osprey was stationed at Hokianga. The Calliope, Castor, and Driver were about to proceed to Port Nicholson, with Governor Grey and 400 of the troops to settle the disputes concerning the land on the River Hutt. The North Star spoke the schooner Shamrock on the 3rd January, off the Three Kings, from Sydney to Auckland; she reported having been in company with the Star of China two days previous, which was also from Sydney, bound to Auckland.

The Shipping Gazette and Sydney General Trade List
No 101 Saturday, February 21, 1846 Vol. III
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Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 30th January

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Arrivals
February 15 - Mankin, brig, 143 tons, Captain Pringle, from Auckland the 30th ultimo.

Passengers -
Gale 		Mr
Jones 		Mr and Mrs and child
Malcolm 	Mr
Nicklin 	Mr
O'Connell 	Lieutenant 51st Regiment
Smith 		Dr 99th Regiment

February 18 - Julius Caesar, ship, American whaler, 346 tons, Captain Lyon, from the Whale Fishery, and Otago, New Zealand, the 29th January.

Passengers -
Brown, 		Captain
Brown 		Mrs and two children
And one seaman.

The brig Bee, from New Zealand, was entering at the time of going to press.

Departures
February 16 - John Bull, schooner, Captain Brown, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Brown 		Mrs
Clarke 		Mr
Denman 		Mr
Parkinson 	Mr
Macintosh 	Mr

February 16 - Vixen, schooner, 46 tons, Captain Winter, for Auckland.
February 20 - Foratesque, barque, 306 tons, Captain Pellatt, for Manilla, via New Zealand.

Passengers -
Colman 		Mr E.H
Harvey 		Mr J
Redman 		Mr G
Taylor 		Mr W

February 20 - Golden Spring, barque, 316 tons, Captain Poole, for Otago, New Zealand.

Clearances
February 19 - John Woodall, ship, Captain Lawton, for Auckland, in ballast.
Passenger - Mr Atkinson

Imports
February 16 - Mankin, brig, 145 tons, Captain Pringle, from Auckland.

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Exports
February 17 - Golden Spring, barque, 316 tons, Captain Poole, for Otago, New Zealand.

WAR LIKE STORES - NEW ZEALAND
(From Tuesday's Government Gazette.)
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 16th February 1816 (sic. 1846) - His Excellency the Governor is pleased to direct the republication from the New Zealand Government Gazette, of the following proclamation of his Excellency Governor Grey, placing certain restriction on the importation and sale of arms, gunpowder and other warlike stores in New Zealand.
By His Excellency's Command,
E. DEAS THOMSON.
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(The proclamation follows - p51, column 2)

The Mankin, which arrived in Sydney on Sunday morning from Auckland, saw a schooner off the North Cape of New Zealand, but could not make her out; spoke the Rebecca, whaler, McDonald, of Boyd Town, three weeks from Sydney, with fifty barrels on board. The Vanguard, from Adelaide, had arrived at Auckland, and would leave for Sydney in about a week after. The Waterlily sailed for Hobart Town on the 29th. H.M. Ships Castor, Calliope and Driver, were at Auckland when the Mankin left.
The Mankin is a very fine little vessel, and her model and general appearance are creditable to the builders, Messrs. Sharp and Nicol, of Auckland, at which place she was built; it is the intention of her owner, Mr W. Wright, to lay her on as a packet between Sydney and Auckland, a trade she is well adapted for, as her sailing qualities have been proved to be first-rate, and her accommodations for passengers are very superiour. Her dimensions are - length of keel, 70 feet; over all, 80 feet; breadth of beam, 22 feet; depth amidships, 11 feet; and registers 146 tons burthen; the whole of her hull, together with her spars, are made of cowrie-pine; she has been taken on the Patent Slip with her cargo, which is discharging, the Vessel getting caulked and coppered at the same time, which, when completed, will render her a great acquisition to the traders to and from this port to Auckland.

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Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 13th February

Arrivals
February 21 Bee, brig, 134 tons, Captain Inthank, from Wellington, New Zealand, the 5th instant, with sundries.

Passengers -
Hayes 		Mr
Hodges 		Mr, wife and daughter
Keith 		Mr A
McLellan 	Mrs and one son and daughter
Simmons 	Mr L
Smith 		Mr D
Timmings 	Mr
Wood 		Mr and Mrs and child

February 26 - Lloyds, barque, 403 tons, Captain Lewis, from Auckland, the 13th instant.
Passenger - Mr R. Graham

February 27 - Star of China, schooner, 112 tons, Captain Woods, from Auckland the 13th February.
February 28 - Janet, barque, 350 tons, Captain Dring, from Auckland the 14th February.

Passengers -
Dring 		Mrs and Miss
Sidney 		Mr

Departures
February 21 - John Woodall, ship, Captain Lawton, for Auckland, in ballast.
Passenger -  Mr Atkinson

February 25 - Sarah, barque, Captain Davys, for Port Nicholson.

Passengers -
Ballard 	Mr A
Bannatyne 	Mr W.M
Curtis 		Mr J.J
Dunlop 		Mr D
Geriche 	Miss
Herrgott 	Miss
Hunter 		Mr T
Jay 		Mr S
Muciller 	Miss
Wilton 		Mr R

Imports
February 21 - Bee, brig, 134 tons, Captain Unthank, from Wellington and Port Nicholson.

P59
WELLINGTON
Arrivals

January 13 - French whaling ship George, 424 tons, Casper, from Akaroa, with 1300 barrels oil, and 3 tons bone.
January 25 - Comet, schooner, Cook, master, from Sydney
February 2 - Barque math Catherine, 385 tons, Fowlett, from London via Nelson.
February 2 - American whaling ship, Julian, 355 tons, of New Bedford, Blackmet, from Sandwich Islands, seventeen and a half months out.

Departures
January 13 - Ship David Malcolm, 538 tons, Cabel, for London via Auckland.
January 13 - Schooner Sister, 44 tons Korff, for Auckland.

WRECK OF THE BRIG GUIDE. - Intelligence reached town on Thursday afternoon that the brig Guide, from Sydney, had been wrecked during the previous night near the pah at Wakapuaka, about fifteen miles from Nelson, on the eastern shore of the Bay. The Collector of Customs, and Cross, the pilot, accompanied by two or three gentlemen, immediately proceeded to the spot; and on the following morning at six o'clock, about thirty of the militia, who had volunteered for the purpose, went down by land, accompanied by the Captain Commandant, Lieutenant Bell, and the Rev. C.L.Reay. The return of the party this day enables us to give the following particulars:-
The brig Guide was anchored in Taranaki roadstead on Wednesday, and her owner on shore. In the afternoon, the weather wearing a threatening aspect, the captain determined to come on to Nelson, as he had cargo for this place, and accordingly set all possible sail, and ran for Blind Bay. At midnight he took in sail and hove to, as he believed himself to be well down and in the middle of the bay; as the vessel had steered badly, he was mistaken in the last supposition. About two o'clock a cry of land was given, but the wind, which was now blowing a heavy gale from the north, made it impossible to get sail on the vessel, nor could such an old cranky ship stand against it. An opening was seen in the hills, which the captain believed to be either the French Pass or Croixelles, and he had therefore, as he states, no alternative but to clap on sail and run in. The vessel was carried sagely by a high sea over the bar into Wakapuaka harbour, and beached within a hundred yards of the pah, where at low water she is high and dry. When the first party from town reached on Thursday evening, neither ship nor cargo had taken any damage; but the slight bumping she received as the tide rose during the night, loosened several seams, and she now makes a few feet of water at each tide, which leaves her again at low water. Had the vessel been of ordinary strength, this would not have occurred; instead of which, she is well known as being old and scarcely seaworthy, requiring the constant use of the pumps all the time she is at sea. The greatest part of the cargo has been landed safely and placed in the pah, from which it will be removed in coasters to this place. The cattle have been driven into the Happy Valley, but the sheep were too weak to accompany them. Messrs Bett and Sons, the consignees, are exerting themselves in repairing the ship, that an attempt may be made at the next spring tides to get her off and bring her to Nelson, where, we suppose, she will undergo a survey. The number of cattle and sheep shipped was, of the former, forty-three, and thirty-four of the latter. Of those, thirty-five head of cattle were landed, and twenty-six sheep. The cargo consists mostly of flour, sugar, rice, manufactured goods, and general merchandise. The flour, we believe, has received the greatest amount of damage. It was, perhaps, a fortunate circumstance that one of the resident chiefs at the pah. Parramatta, well known as a turbulent character, was from home, or he might have caused some trouble. The natives at present there exerted themselves in the most praiseworthy manner in assisting to unload the vessel, and in taking care of the cargo. - Nelson Examiner, January 24. (The Captain of the Mary Catherine, which arrived at Wellington on the 2nd February, stated that the Guide had since gone to pieces.)

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THE HANNAH. - The schooner Hannah left Port Nicholson about three months since, for Sydney, having on board a valuable cargo, and owing to her non-appearance, great fears have been entertained for her safety. From the following account received from Captain Lewis, of the Lloyds, there is every reason to suppose that these fears have not been without cause. Prior to the Lloyds leaving Auckland, news had been received that the hull of a vessel had been driven ashore within about twelve miles of the North Cape, the dimensions of which were 74 feet over-all, and 19 feet beam, having the name Dawson on the windlass palls - five bodies were found on the deck, one of which had lost an arm and leg. The stern board on which the name originally was, had been knocked off and neither boats nor papers were to be found which could give the name of the vessel. When the Hannah left Port Nicholson it was well known that she had 600 sovereigns on board, also a cargo of oil, &c; a hundred casks of oil had been landed from the wreck; also a quantity of mould candles, which corresponded with the cargo shipped on board the Hannah at Port Nicholson. The general opinion at Auckland was that a mutiny had taken place on board her. - Yesterday's Herald. It appears there are still doubts as to whether it is the wreck of this vessel which has been cast ashore on the west coast of New Zealand as mentioned in the above paragraph. The following letter from Captain Salmon, the owner, has been received late last night by her agents Messrs. Smith and Campbell:- "Auckland, 10th February, 1846. - Dear Sir, - There is a report in town to-day, of a wreck coming on shore at Kiatia, near the North Cape, several bodies have been washed ashore, one is a female. The Hannah had no female passengers, which gives me hope that it is not her besides, the wreck is not coppered."

The Star of China saw the schooner Dolphin and the brig Lord Hobart entering Auckland on the 14th instant. February 17th, spoke the brig Tigress, in latitude 3343, longitude 17135, 640 barrels; on the 16th the Tigress spoke the Woodlark seven weeks out, with 300, and the Caernarvon clean. The Levant on 14 February spoke the Caernarvon , of Sydney, lately from Auckland, New Zealand, no oil.

The Louisa Campbell left Auckland for Valparaiso on the 2nd February, and the French corvette Rhin on the 4th, for Tahiti.


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Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 22nd February

Arrivals
March 2 - Vanguard, schooner, 61 tons, Captain Thompson, from Auckland the 10th ultimo.

Passengers -
Eslic 		Mr and Mrs and child
Gribble 	Mr and M and Mrs and four children
Pocklington 	Mrs and child
Harper 		Mr

March 5 - Comet, schooner, 91 tons, Captain Cork, from Auckland, the 18th February.

Passengers -
Clark Mr
Cork Mrs
Horsley Mr
Miles Mr
Milward Mr
Robinson Mr
Sigler Mr
Taylor Mr
Weatherdon Mr

March 6 - Shamrock, schooner, 84 tons, Captain Browning, from the Bay of Islands the 22nd ultimo. Passenger -  Mr Charles Hill
March 7 - Sister, schooner, 45 tons, Captain Korff, from Auckland the 17th ultimo.

Passengers -
Baker 	Mr George
Fox 	Mr Thomas

Clearance
March 4 - Terror, schooner, Captain Dunning, for Auckland. Passengers -
Matthews Mr W
Kennedy Mr W

Imports
March 4 - Vanguard, schooner, 61 tons, Captain Thompson, from Auckland.

Exports
February 23 - Sarah, barque, Captain Davys, for Port Nicholson.

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The Eliza left Auckland for Sydney on the 10th February. The schooner Providence left Auckland for Oahu on the 9th February. The schooner I Don't Know was to leave Auckland for this port of the 19th February.

The schooner Star of China has been taking in hardwood at Jacques Wharf, but will move round to the Circular Wharf in the course of to-day to complete her lading for New Zealand and Tahiti.

The only vessel lying at the Bay of Islands when the Shamrock left was the American whaler Charles, of New Bedford, 8 months out, with 100 barrels sperm. HMS Osprey, left the Bay, for Auckland, on the 21st ultimo. The flag-staff at Kororarika had been again erected by Tomati Waka Nene, who had expressed his determination to defend it for the British. The Shamrock has returned in ballast.

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Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 4th March.

P70
Arrivals
March 7 - Eliza, schooner, 33 tons, Captain Wilson, from Auckland the 11th, and Kawan the 13th February. Passenger - Mr Johnston
March 11 - I Don't Know, schooner, 75 tons, Captain Thomson, from Auckland the 19th, and the Bay of Islands the 24th ultimo. Passenger - Mr Hunt
March 14 - Ianthe, American ship, 414 tons, Captain Graves, from Auckland the 5th instant.

Passengers -
Keening 	Mr H
O'Brien 	Mr and Mrs
Rogers 		Mr R.D

Departures
March 7 - Terror, schooner, Captain Dunning, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Kennedy 	Mr
Matthews 	Mr W

March 10 - Antilles, barque, Captain Miller, for Otago, via Newcastle.
March 10 - Bee, brig, captain Unthank, for Port Nicholson.

Passengers -
Bolton 		Mrs
Cording 	Mr and Mrs and son and two daughters

March 10 - Maukin, brig, Captain Pringle, for Auckland.

Passengers-
Bates 		Rev J (Wesleyan Missionary)
Caffray 	Mrs and child
Cohen 		Mr P
Graham 		Mr R
Filton 		Mr and child and servant
James 		Mr G.D.
Pringle 	Mrs and three children
Salters 	Mrs
Shanahan 	Mrs and two children
Shepherd 	Mrs and one child
Smith 		Mr R
West 		Rev T (Wesleyan Missionary)
West 		Mrs

Imports
March 7 - Comet, schooner, 92 tons, Captain Cork, from Auckland.
March 9 - Sister, schooner, 45 tons, Captain Korff, from Auckland.
March 8 - Eliza, schooner, 33 tons, Captain Wilson, from Auckland.
March 12 - I Don't Know, schooner, Captain Thompson, from Auckland.

P71
Exports
March 5 - Terror, schooner, Captain Dunning, for Auckland.
March 7 - Bee, brig, Captain Unthank, for Port Nicholson.
March 7 - Maukin, brig, Captain Pringle, for Auckland.

P74
Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner.
Slains Castle, Barque, 514 tons, Dawson.
I Don't Know, schooner, 68 tons, Thompson.
Scotia, schooner, 68 tons, Ward.
Caernarvon, barque, Irving.
Fanny Morris, schooner, 45 tons, Hayes.
Coolangatta, schooner, 88 tons, Cooney.
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter.
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley.

P75
The I Don't Know has not spoken any vessels since leaving the Bay of Islands, neither had any vessels arrived there since our last report. The natives remained in a peaceable state.

The schooner Coolangatta arrived at Auckland from Sydney on the 24th February, and was going on to Kawani. The barque Cecelia, hence via Newcastle, arrived there on the 26th ultimo. The Fanny Morris arrived at Auckland from Sydney on the 21st February, and the Daniel Watson on the 1st March; she was advertised for China. The Ianthe spoke the John Bull on the 5th instant, off the Bay of Islands. The brig Watkins, hence via Twofold Bay, with cattle, had arrived at Auckland.

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Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 4th March

P78
Arrivals
March 18 - Scotia, schooner, 61 tons, Captain Ward, from Port Nicholson the 26th February.

Passengers - 
Davies 		Mr
Eagar 		Mr and Mrs and four children
Peacock 	Mr and junior

Departures
March 17 - Janet, barque, Captain Dring, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Bell 		Mr H
Carim 		Mrs
Dring 		Mrs and Miss
Macnamara 	Mr J
Sidey 		Mr C
Steedon 	Mr G

March 19 - Comet, schooner, Captain Cork, for Port Nicholson, via Twofold Bay.

Passengers -
Cork 		Mrs
Sargeant 	Captain
Sargeant 	Mrs

March 20 - Star of China, schooner, Captain Wood, for Nelson.

Passengers -
Carruthers 	Dr
Christian 	Mr
Guyton 		Mr

Imports
March 16 - Ianthe, American ship, 415 tons, Captain Graves, from Auckland.
March 19 - Scotia, schooner, 68 tons, Captain Ward, from Port Nicholson.

Exports
March 16 - Janet, barque, Captain Dring, for Auckland.
March 18 Star of China, schooner, Captain Wood, for Tahiti, via Wellington and Nelson.

Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson
Fanny Morris, schooner, 45 tons, Hayes
Coolangatta, schooner, 88 tons, Cooney
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Dunning

P79
PORT NICHOLSON
(From the Wellington Independent.)
A large quantity of flax, wool &c., was shipped on board the Mary Catherine at Nelson for England, and she will take in wool and other New Zealand produce at this port, and intends filling up at Auckland. Should she fail in doing so, she will proceed to Sydney, and sail from thence direct to England.

The brig Nelson sailed for Liverpool, with colonial produce on the 11th February.

The following vessels have refreshed at Akaroa during this season - The American ship Meteor, Sweet, of New London, five months out, with 250 barrels sperm, and 150 barrels black oil. The American ship Commodore Perry, seventeen months out, 1200 barrels black. The American ship, Amazon, six months out, clean. The American ship Ohio, six months out, clean.

The French ship Mancho was entering Akaroa Heads, as the Mana was leaving.

We are sorry to state that a fire had broken out at Mr Price's station, at Ekolaki, by which two seven-oared boats, whaling gear, casks, stores &c., to the amount of 500 had been destroyed. The fire was occasioned by a spark from the blacksmith's forge falling on the toitoi of the boat-shed, which instantly ignited. Mr Price has been one of the most industrious and enterprising of our whalers, and we are sorry to record his loss.

Two grampuses were lately driven on shore at Akaroa, which turned out 2 tuns good oil.

HMS Calliope, Castor and Driver, were lying at Port Nicholson, also the Slains Castle, on the 26th ultimo. The schooner Success had been totally lost at the Bluff - crew saved. Governor Gray was about to proceed to Nelson with the Driver and Castor.

P83

The Eagle has obtained the charter to convey coals from Newcastle to New Zealand, for the consumption of HM steamer Driver.

The "Mazeppa" - The new three-topsail schooner Mazeppa, the property of Mr Milne and which was built by Mr Milne, and which was built by Mr Lowe, at the William River. Has now nearly a full cargo on board, and will sail for the Bay of Islands and Auckland on Sunday next. The Mazeppa is a fine vessel, well calculated either for the New Zealand trade, or for cruising among the islands. Her dimensions are 107 fee overall, 20 feet beam, depth of hold 11 feet 9 inches. The cabins are handsomely fitted up with cedar, and are capacious; the fore cabin or saloon measures 14 feet in length, in which 14 berths are constructed; and the after or ladies' cabin measures about 13 feet, in which are sliding bulkheads to afford an opportunity of altering it into two, in the event of such being required, leaving space in the whole for eight berths. There is also a roundhouse upon deck aft, which is converted into six state rooms. Mr Lowe is also building a schooner at the William River, of about 80 tons burthen, which will be launched in about three months, when she will be for sale.

The Samuel Boddington is about to convey cattle to Auckland, and upon her return will proceed to Calcutta with horses for the East India Company.

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Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 14th March

Arrivals
March 23 - Kate, schooner, 60 tons, Captain Salmon, from Auckland the 14th instant.
Passenger -
Long Mr
March 23 - Cecilia, barque, 247 tons, Captain Pearce, from Auckland the 15th instant.
Passengers -
Dacre Captain
Dixon Mrs, three children and servant
Leathes Mr

Departures
March 22 - Queen, barque, Captain Gordon, for Auckland via Newcastle.
Passenger -
Buchanan Mr James
March 22 - Eagle, barque, Captain Ellis, for Auckland via Newcastle
March 26 - Shamrock, schooner, Captain Browning, for Port Nicholson.

Passengers -
Asher 		Mr and Mrs
Miles 		Mr

March 27 - Samuel Boddington, barque, Captain Naylor, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Braithwaite 	Mr
Carlton 	Mr
Johnstone 	Mr R
Lewis 		Mr W
Pettit 		Mr
Price 		Mr
Reid 		Mr
Ward 		Mr

Imports
March 23 - Kate, schooner, 60 tons, Captain Salmon, from Auckland.
March 24 - Cecilia, barque, 247 tons. Captain Pearse, from Auckland.

P87
English Shipping - The Brankenmoor left London on the 10th November, and put into Torbay, which port she left on the 21st. Upon the passage out she spoke off Cape Otway, the North Star, from New Zealand, bound for the Cape and England.
- Launceston Examiner, March 14.

The schooner Kate saw a deeply laden barque off the Cavallas, on the 15th instant, standing towards Auckland, and on the 20th instant passed a schooner, with a yellow streak and painted ports, in lat. 34 36'S long. 164 44' E, which seemed to be bound for Sydney. The barque Fortescue, hence, arrived at Auckland on the 8th instant. The schooners John Bull and Vixen, from Sydney, arrived there on the 6th instant, and the former was advertised for freight or charter. The brig Watkins had proceeded on to Hokianga, to take in spars for Tahiti. The Coolangatta was at Morangi, loading timber for Sydney, to sail five days after the Kate. The Mary Catherine was advertised to load at Auckland for London. The brig Daniel Watson was about to sail for Hongkong. The schooner Providence had sailed for Tongataboo, Wallis's Island and Typhoona, calling at the Bay of Island.


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Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 14th March

P90
Departures
April 1 - I Don't Know, schooner, Captain Thompson, for New Zealand.

Passengers -
Clayton 	Captain
Gardner 	Mr and Mrs

Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson
Fanny Morris, schooner, 45 tons, Hayes
Coolangatta, schooner, 88 tons, Cooney
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Dunning
Maukin, brig, 146 tons, Pringle
Janet, barque, 331 tons, Dring
Bee, brig, 134 tons Unthank

P91

Hobart Town
Arrivals - March 15. Schooner Bandicoot, 56 tons, Bowden, from Auckland, New Zealand, 8th February, with sperm oil.
Passengers - Mrs Bowden and child

H.M.S. Hazard, from the Bay of Islands the 13th November, arrived at Hongkong on the 6th January.
The cutter Royal William, from New Zealand, arrived at Adelaide on the 14th ultimo: she was advertised for King George's Sound and Swan River.

P93
Exports
March 21 - Queen, barque, Captain Gordon, for Auckland via Newcastle.
March 24 - Shamrock, schooner, Captain Browning, for Port Nicholson.
March 26 - Samuel Boddington, barque, Captain Naylor, for Auckland
March 31 - I Don't Know, schooner, Thomson for Bay of Islands and Auckland.

P95 The cutter Royal William, from New Zealand, arrived at Adelaide on the 14th ultimo; she was advertised for King George's Sound and Swan River.

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P97 Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 20thMarch

P98 Arrivals
April 10 - Coolangatta, schooner, 89 tons, Captain Cooney, from Auckland the 20th ultimo.

Passengers -
Brown 		Captain
Brown 		Mrs
Mackie 		Mr

Departures
April 8 - Cecilia, barque, Captain Pearce, for Port Nicholson, via Twofold Bay.
April 8 - Kate, schooner, Captain Salmon, for Port Nicholson.

Passengers -
Hooper		 Mr
Lane 		Mr

April 9 - Mazeppa, three-masted schooner, Captain Milne, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Bedham 		Mr
Berwick 	Mr
Busby 		Mr and Mrs two daughters and three sons
Chandler 	Mr and Mrs
Gray 		Mr
Greenwood 	Mr and Mrs and six children
Hill 		Mr and Mrs and seven children
Lidey 		Mrs and two children
March 		Mr
Petingale 	Mr
Thompson 	Mrs and four children


Exports
April 4 - Mazeppa, three-masted schooner, Captain Milne, for New Zealand.

P99
April 6 - Cecilia, barque, Captain Pearse, for Wellington via Twofold Bay.
April 7 - Kate, schooner, Captain Salmon, for Wellington.

Vessels expected in Sydney from New Zealand -
Maid of the Mill, schooner.
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson.
Fanny Morris, schooner, 45 tons, Hayes.
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter.
Susannah Ann, 63 tons, Hensley.
Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Dunning.
Maukin, brig, 146 tons, Pringle.
Janet, barque, 334 tons, Dring.
Bee, brig, 134 tons, Unthank.

BOYD TOWN
Departures -

March 28- Comet, schooner, Cork, for New Zealand.

P102

The Eagle, now at Newcastle, completed her coal lading on Thursday; she was to take sheep on board to-day, and will sail for New Zealand on Tuesday morning.

English Shipping - The Ralph Burnal was advertised to sail for New Zealand, to leave London about the middle of December.

The schooner John Bull, on her passage from Sydney to Auckland spoke the barque Rebecca, on the 15th February, with 120 barrels sperm oil on board.

The Coolangatta on February 18th, spoke the Caernarvon, Irvin, three weeks from Auckland, clean.

The brig Adelaide was about to load with timber at Auckland for Hobart Town. The Strathisle and Portenia were loading with timber at Kiapara.


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Latest Intelligence Arrived in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 20th March

Clearances
April 15 - Scotia, schooner, Captain Ward, for Otago, New Zealand.

Exports
April 15 - Scotia, schooner, Captain Ward, for Otago, New Zealand.

P107
Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson
Fanny Morris, schooner, 45 tons, Hayes
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Dunning
Maukin, brig, 146 tons, Pringle
Janet, barque, 331 tons, Dring
Bee, brig, 134 tons Unthank
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Judith, barque, 253 tons, Phillips
Samuel Boddington, 670 tons, Naylor
Comet, schooner, 91 tons, Cork
Shamrock, schooner, 85 tons, Browning.

The barque, Eagle, left Newcastle on Thursday last, for New Zealand.

P110 The Navy - Portsmouth, November 15 -
The Daphne had gone to the Navigator's Island with the consul, Mr Pritchard, and from there was to proceed to New Zealand, on consequence of the alarming state of the colony.

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P114 Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand . 20th March

Departures
April 18 - Scotia, schooner, Captain Ward, for Otago, New Zealand.
April 24 - Mary, barque, Captain Levens, for Auckland, via Twofold Bay.
Passenger - Mr Williams

Clearances
April 24 - Alfred, brig, Captain Napper, for Port Nicholson.

Passengers -
Boulton 	Mr T
and a stockman

p115 Exports
April 21 - Mary, barque, Captain Levens for Auckland, via Twofold Bay.

English Shipping - The Ralph Barnet for New Zealand sailed on the 6th December.

P116 FRENCH AND BRITISH NAVAL STATIONS WITH THEIR RELATIVE STRENGTH
New Zealand
French Squadrons - Seine 30 guns, and Rhin 20 guns.
English Squadrons - Calliope 26 guns.

P118 Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson
Fanny Morris, schooner, 45 tons, Hayes
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Dunning
Maukin, brig, 146 tons, Pringle
Janet, barque, 331 tons, Dring
Bee, brig, 134 tons Unthank
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Judith, barque, 253 tons, Phillips
Samuel Boddington, 670 tons, Naylor
Comet, schooner, 91 tons, Cork
I Don't Know, schooner, 75 tons, Thompson
Shamrock, schooner, 85 tons, Browning


Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 111 1846 Saturday May, 2, 1846

Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson
Fanny Morris, schooner, 45 tons, Hayes
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Dunning
Maukin, brig, 146 tons, Pringle
Janet, barque, 334 tons, Dring
Bee, brig, 134 tons, Unthank
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Judith, barque, 253 tons, Phillips
Samuel Boddington, 670 tons, Naylor
Comet, schooner, 91 tons, Cork
I Don't Know, schooner, 75 tons, Thompson
Shamrock, schooner, 85 tons, Browning

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 112 1846 Saturday May, 9, 1846 Arrivals
May 3 - Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Captain Dunning, from Auckland the 16th, and the Barrier the 19th April.

Passengers -
Kinghorne 	Mr
Riley 		Mr
Rought 		Mr

Port Phillip
Arrivals - April 27. Augustus, barque, 138 tons, John Rolls, commander, from Nelson, New Zealand, 19th March. Passengers - Two cabin and sixteen steerage. Cargo - 25,000 feet of Kowrie plank.
The Terror saw the Mazeppa, Captain Milne, on the 19th April off the Three Kings, hence for Auckland. Saw a barque on the 27th April, apparently bound for New Zealand, in lat. 33-38 S long., 154-55 E. On the 2nd instant saw a whaling brig off Port Stephens, steering NE. The Samuel Boddington, hence, arrived at Auckland on the 10th April, having lost 11 head of cattle on the passage.
The schooner I Don't Know, hence, arrived at Auckland on the ? April. The brig Maukin was to leave Auckland for Sydney direct on the 19th ultimo.
The Terror is laid on the berth for Auckland, and will sail on the 15th instant. The Maukin, being daily expected, will follow the Terror for New Zealand.
Loss of H M Brig Osprey
From the New Zealander, March 28
Article Page 134 Last Column bottom & Page 135 first column
The "Osprey" - HMS Racehorse arrived this morning from the Bay of Island bringing intelligence that HMS Osprey was surveyed and condemned by proper officer; and having been stripped of her copper sheathing &c, she was left where she struck - and has probably gone to pieces during the late gales - New Zealander, April 11.

Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson
Fanny Morris, schooner, 45 tons, Hayes
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Maukin, brig, 146 tons, Pringle
Janet barque, 334 tons, Dring
Bee, brig, 134 tons, Unthank
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Judith, barque, 253 tons, Phillips
Samuel Boddington, 670 tons, Naylor
Comet, schooner, 91 tons, Cork
I Don't Know, schooner, 75 tons, Thompson
Shamrock, schooner, 85 tons, Browning
Eagle, barque, 431 tons, Ellis

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 113 1846 Saturday May, 16, 1846 Arrivals
May 11 - Kestrel, barque, 325 tons, Captain Beauvais, from Port Nicholson, the 17th April.

Passengers -
Bell, 		Mr H
Dunlop 		Mr D
Hunter 		Mr T
Martin 		Mr R
McCara 		Mr J
Sidney 		Mr C
Stephen 	Mr G

May 12 - Comet, schooner, 91 tons, Captain Cork, from Port Nicholson the 21st ultimo.

Passengers -
Andrews 	Mr R
Cork 		Mrs
Curtiss 	Mr
Ferris 		Mr George
Lloyd 		Mr James
Souter 		Mr

Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson
Fanny Morris, schooner, 45 tons, Hayes
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Maukin, brig, 146 tons, Pringle
Bee, brig, 134 tons, Unthank
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Judith, barque, 253 tons, Phillips
Samuel Boddington, 670 tons, Naylor
I Don't Know, schooner, 75 tons, Thompson
Shamrock, schooner, 85 tons, Browning
Eagle, barque, 431 tons, Ellis

The barque Kestrel, Captain Beauvais, has had a very protracted voyage from Port Nicholson, caused by a series of westerly gales.
The schooner Shamrock, Browning, hence, arrived at Port Nicholson on the 6th ultimo, and was going on to Auckland.
A small schooner left Port Nicholson on the 1st April, for Sydney, with a number of passengers on board; the Kestrel was entering there at the time, and did not ascertain her name.
The barque Janet, hence, arrived at Port Nicholson on the 8th April, and sailed thence on the 12th for Valparaiso. Owing to the murder of a settler named Gillespie and his son having been perpetrated within twenty miles of the River Hutt by two natives, Governor Grey had despatched HMS Caliope, Castor, and Driver, with 400 troops on board to demand the murderers, who had placed themselves under the protection of Rangihaeata, a hostile chief, who had refused to deliver them up. The Kestrel passed the whole of the vessels in Cook's Straits on the 18th ultimo, which were on their return to Port Nicholson, but the success of their embassy was not ascertained.
The schooner Comet left the township of Wellington on the 17th ultimo, but was compelled to anchor inside the Heads owing to heavy gales of wind, where she remained three days. HMS Calliope, the steamer Driver, and the Slains Castle, had returned to Wellington; but as the Comet had no communication with the shore subsequently, the termination of the expedition was not known. The schooner reported by the Kestrel to have left Port Nicholson for Sydney direct was the Fanny Morris; she was to call at Port Nelson, which accounts for her non-arrival here. The Comet saw the barque Slains Castle on the 22nd ultimo, off Terawiti, and the streamer Driver on the 23rd, in Cook's Straits, apparently bound for Auckland. The schooner Star of China arrived at Wellington on the 17th ultimo from Nelson. Captain Cork reports having seen the schooner Susannah Ann, on the 22nd ultimo off Cape Campbell, from the Chatham Islands, bound to Port Nicholson.
Rest of the article re the Hannah on Page 140 1st column at the bottom.

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 114 1846 Saturday May, 23, 1846 Arrivals
May 16 - Maukin, brig, 106 tons, Captain Pringle, from Auckland 27th April.

Passengers - 
Clark 		Mr
Codling 	Mr
Demesle 	Mr
Merritt 	Mr
Pringle 	Mr and child
McSheen 	Mr

May 18 - John Bull, schooner, 72 tons, Captain Tuohy, from Kaipara, New Zealand, the 1st May.

Passengers -
Lynch Mr and Mrs
Macfarlane Mr
McCarthy Mr

The John Bull has not spoken any vessel from the time of her leaving Kaipara. The brig Portenia was lying there with a full cargo of timber for Tahiti, and would sail the first fair wind. The barque Straithisla was about to take in government spars for London, having been chartered. The Lord Hobart was at Hokianga with a cargo of timber on board for Tahiti.
The Samuel Boddington was to leave Auckland for Sydney the day after the Maukin.
English Shipping
The Madras (under engagement to the New Zealand Company) was to sail March 15th.

Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson
Fanny Morris, schooner, 45 tons, Hayes
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Bee, brig, 134 tons, Unthank
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Judith, barque, 253 tons, Phillips
Samuel Boddington, 670 tons, Naylor
I Don't Know, schooner, 75 tons, Thompson
Shamrock, schooner, 85 tons, Browning
Eagle, barque, 431 tons, Ellis
Scotia, schooner, 61 tons, Ward

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 115 1846 Saturday May, 30, 1846
Arrivals
May 28 - Shamrock, schooner, 84 tons, Captain Browning, from Port Nicholson, the 29th ultimo. Passenger - Mr Burns.
May 28 - Samuel Boddington, barque, 669 tons, Captain Naylor, from Auckland the 27th April, and Kawau the 2nd instant.

Passengers -
Argyle 		Mr W
Bell 		Mr R
Budd 		Mr J
Graham 		Mr
Hay 		Captain of HMS Racehorse
Johnstone 	Mr R
Mackenzie 	Mr
Roach 		Captain
Rogers 		Mr and Mrs J
Rogers 		Mr and Mrs T
Woodrome 	Mr
Yates 		Mr J
Departures
May 30 - Kestrel, barque, Captain Beauvais, for Port Nicholson. 
Passengers -
Bannatyne 	Mr W M
Clarke 		Mr F W
Kinross 	Mr J
Martin 		Mr R
McAra 		Mr J
Sidney 		Mr C
Williams 	Mr J

Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson
Fanny Morris, schooner, 45 tons, Hayes
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Bee, brig, 134 tons, Unthank
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Judith
, barque, 253 tons, Phillips
I Don't Know, schooner, 75 tons, Thompson
Eagle, barque, 431 tons, Ellis
Scotia, schooner, 61 tons, Ward

The schooner Fanny Morris arrived at Nelson on the 5th instant, and sailed thence for Sydney on the 11th.
The brig Bee and the schooner Kate arrived at Port Nicholson on the 22nd ultimo, and the former had proceeded along the coast.
The schooner Elizabeth, Captain Reid, was advertised at Wellington for Auckland via Nelson.
The Samuel Boddington has brought 42 tons copper ore, 5 tons potatoes, and 4 tons Kowrie gum from New Zealand.
HM Steamer Driver, from Port Nicholson, arrived at Auckland on the 26th ultimo, and HMS Castor, from the same place, arrived there on the 28th.
The Eagle hence, via Newcastle, arrived at Auckland on the 29th April; and the Mazeppa hence via the Bay of Islands, arrived on the 30th. No further news had been received concerning the movements of the natives.


Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 116 1846 Saturday June, 6, 1846
Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Bee, brig, 134 tons, Unthank
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Judith, barque, 253 tons, Phillips
Eagle, barque, 431 tons, Ellis
Scotia, schooner, 61 tons, Ward

Arrivals
June 3 - I Don't Know, schooner, 75 tons, Captain Thompson, from Waiheki, New Zealand, the 3rd ultimo, with a cargo of timber for Hobart Town.
June 5 - Fanny Morris, 45 tons, Captain Hay, from Port Nelson the 10th April, and Newcastle the 4th instant.

Passengers -
Hay 		Mrs
Bayley 		Mr W
Creagh 		Mr
Hart 		Mr
Hooper 		Mr
Rush 		Lieutenant 58th Regiment
Taylor 		Mr
A private of the 58th Regiment

Departures
May 31 - Kestrel, barque, Captain Beauvais, for Port Nicholson.

Passengers -
Bannatyne 	Mr W M
Clarke 		Mr F W
Kinross 	Mr J
Martin 		Mr R
McAra 		Mr J
Sidey 		Mr C
Williams 	Mr J

June 2 - Terror, schooner, Captain Dunning, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Asher 		Mr 
Brown 		Mr
Cox 		Mr R M
Curran 		Mr W
Garrett 	Mr and two sons
Holland 	Mr W
Howie 		Mr J
Meevers 	Mr E
Pringle 	Captain
Pringle 	Mrs and child
Raff 		Mr C 
Treefall 	Mr T
Vickers 	Mr J
Wallis 		Mr G

June 3 - Comet, schooner, Captain Cork, for Port Nicholson via Twofold Bay.

Passengers -
Bell 		Mr H
Curtis 		Mr

Clearances
June 5 - Maukin, brig, Captain Cooney, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Colman 		Miss Mary
Griffin 	Mr J
Keesing 	Mr H
Leathes 	Mr A S
Pickering 	Mr W P
Ramboldt 	Master B
Robertson 	Mr J
Wright 		Mr and Mrs

The I Don't Know left New Zealand for Hobart Town; but owing to the late gales, could not get to the southward, and has put in to repair her sails, and undergo some repairs.
English Shipping
The Madras, ship, 450 tons, Kitching, was advertised to leave London for New Zealand on the 15th March. Captain McQuhae, of HMS Docdalus, has been appointed commander of the naval forces in New Zealand.
The American ship Navigator left Hobart Town for New Zealand on the 15th May.

Boyd Town Two Fold Bay
Departures
April 27. Cecilia, barque, Pearce, master, for New Zealand, with cattle. 15. Mary, barque, Levens, master for Auckland with cattle.
Vessels in Harbour - Lord Hobart, about to take cattle for New Zealand.
The Fanny Morris reports having had exceeding bad weather on her passage from Port Nelson, more so than has been experienced for many years, the whole of the month of May being a succession of gales from the SW and Westerly, with heavy rain and sea. The schooner was hove on her beam ends during a heavy gale from the SW carrying away her iron tiller, and shipping nearly fifteen tons water on deck, when all hands expected her to go down, but by knocking out the ports she righted, and the rudder was secured. Rest of story if required on page 162 Column 1

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 117 1846 Saturday June, 13, 1846
Arrivals
June 10 - HMS Castor, 36 guns, Captain Charles Graham, from the Bay of Islands the 24th May.

Passengers -
Of the 58th Regiment 
Leery 		Lieutenant 
Pine 		Dr
Wynyard 	Colonel

Belonging to HM brig Osprey
Cole Mr
Freere 		Lieutenant
Hallorne 	Mr
Patten 		Captain
Stewart 	Dr
Wharton 	Lieutenant
Other officers and 67 men
Peacock 	Mr J J
30 invalid soldiers
20 invalid seamen

June 13 - Slaines Castle, barque, 504 tons, Captain Dawson, from Auckland the 27th May.

Passengers -
Connor 		Mrs and two children
Hargreaves 	Mr
James 		Mr
Lawry 		Rev Mr
Noakes 		Mrs and four children
Snodgrass 	Captain 96th Regiment and servant
Smith 		Mr

Departures
June 6 - Maukin, brig, Captain Cooney, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Colman 		Miss Mary
Griffin 	Mr J
Keesing 	Mr H
Leathes 	Mr A S
Pickering 	Mr W P
Ramboldt 	Master B
Robertson 	Mr J
Wright 		Mr and Mrs

Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Slains Castle, barque, 514 tons, Dawson
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Bee, brig, 134 tons, Unthank
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Judith, barque, 253 tons, Phillips
Eagle, barque, 431 tons, Ellis
Scotia, schooner, 61 tons, Ward
Adelaide, brig
Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Dunning

Letters have been received from Wellington, in New Zealand, detailing the particulars of a most furious gale of wind on the night of the 12th April, at that place, by which great damage was done to the trees, buildings, and ships, and much annoyance occasioned to the troops encamped in that vicinity. Paramatta, June 5. WBC

Loss of the barque "Mary Catherine" -
On the 25th April, the fine barque Mary Catherine, Captain Howlett, 400 tons, left Auckland, for the Port of Kaipara, on the western coast, to take in a valuable cargo of spars for England. It is with regret we have to announce that advices were received last Sunday, overland, with account of the Mary Catherine having been driven on a sand-bank in the harbour of Kaipara, after parting from the chain and warps in that most tremendous gale which occurred during the night of Saturday, the 9th May. No lives were lost and what cargo there was on board of copper, oil, flax, and kauri gum will be saved. - New Zealander, May 23 Rest of story on page 170 1st column
The "Cape Packet" story page 170 2nd column if you think appropriate
The Eagle was to leave Auckland for Sydney on the 29th ultimo. The Mazeppa had also left Auckland for the Bay of Islands and Batavia. The Slains Castle saw the American ship Navigator about forty miles from Auckland, bound to that port from Hobart Town. On the 30th May saw a schooner off the North Cape of New Zealand, apparently bound for Auckland.

HMS Castor left Auckland on the 18th ultimo, for the Bay of Islands, from whence she has come to Sydney. The brig Adelaide was about to leave Auckland for Kawau to load with copper ore for Sydney. The streamer Driver was at the Bay of Islands, having on board Governor Gray and suite. The brig Scamander arrived at the Bay of Island the night before the Castor sailed, but the quantity of oil on board was not known. The Castor has come on to Sydney to victual and refit, after which she will return to New Zealand. The natives around the Bay of Islands were in a peaceable state, and it was expected that Heki and Governor Gray would have an interview in a few days. No further news has been received from Port Nicholson.

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 118 1846 Saturday June, 20, 1846
Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Bee, brig, 134 tons, Unthank
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Judith, barque, 253 tons, Phillips
Eagle, barque, 431 tons, Ellis
Adelaide, brig
Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Dunning

Arrivals
June 16 - Scotia, schooner, 68 tons, Captain Ward from Port Nicholson, the 30th May.

Passengers -
Smith 		Mr and Mrs J
Waters 		Mr T

The brig Alfred, Napper, arrived at Port Nicholson, from Sydney on the 8th May, and left there for Kaipara on the 20th. The brig Bee was at Otako on the 22nd May. The barque Judith left Port Nicholson for Valparaiso on the 28th May.

English Shipping
The Madras was to sail on the 15th March, for all the ports in New Zealand, commencing with Wellington.

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 119 1846 Saturday June, 27, 1846
Arrivals
June 22 - Eagle, barque, 434 tons, Captain Ellis, from Auckland the 4th June.

Passengers -
Buchanan 	Mr
Gough 		Mr
Kirkham 	Mr
Owen 		Mr
Roderique 	Mr

June 24 - Adelaide, brig, 258 tons, Captain Ellis, from Kawau, New Zealand, the 30th May.

Passengers -
Burrows 	Mr G
Cohen 		Mr P
Cretnay 	Miss
Stark 		Mr R 
Strang 		Miss
Willis 		Mrs

June 24 - Bee, brig, 134 tons, Captain Unthank, from Nelson the 14th May, and Otago 28th May.

Passengers -
Knox 		Dr
Longlands 	Mr and child
Spencer 	Mr

Departures
June 22 - Royal William, cutter, Captain Lovitt, for Nelson via New Plymouth.

Passengers -
Hooper 		Mr G
Taylor 		Mr

June 24 - London, barque, 388 tons, Captain Gibson, for Port Nicholson.

Passengers -
Bell 		Mr
Evans 		Mr
Gibson 		Mrs and Miss
Russell 	Mr
White  		Mr
three stockmen

June 27 - Fanny Morris, schooner, Captain Hay, for Port Nicholson.

Passengers -
Hay 		Mr
Thompson 	Miss

Ships for England
The Palestine and Posthumous will both get away the beginning of next month, both having obtained the tender for the conveyance of invalids and sailors belonging to the Osprey, which lately arrived from New Zealand by HMS Castor.
The United Service Gazette says, that after landing Sir C Fitzroy, HMS Carysfort is to be stationed at New Zealand.
The Levant has obtained the tender for the conveyance of the troops to New Zealand. She is now at the Commissariat Wharf taking in stores.

Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Judith, barque, 253 tons, Phillips
Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Dunning
Maukin, brig, 106 tons, Cooney
Comet, schooner, 92 tons. Cork

English Shipping - The Clara, Crow, was advertised to sail for Nelson, on the 15th March; and a ship of 500 tons, for New Plymouth, on the 10th March.


Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 120 1846 Saturday July, 4, 1846
Departures
Fanny Morris, schooner, Captain Hay, for Port Nicholson.
Passenger -
Miss Thompson

Clearances
July 2 - Bee, brig, Captain Unthank, for Port Nicholson.
Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Judith, barque, 253 tons, Phillips
Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Dunning
Maukin, brig, 106 tons, Cooney
Comet, schooner, 92 tons. Cork
Fancy Morris, schooner, 49 tons, Hay

Shipping - In 1844, the ships from New Zealand were: 46, tonnage 7601; in 1842, 81, tonnage 14,055; in 1843, 43, tonnage 6229; in 1844, 54, tonnage 7189; in 1845, 62, tonnage 6237.
In 1841, the ships to New Zealand were: 80, tonnage 14,607; in 1842, 78, tonnage 13,080; in 1843, 54 tonnage 10,018; in 1844, 58, tonnage 8590; in 1845, 67, tonnage 8781.

The barque Mary had arrived at Twofold Bay from New Zealand, to which place she was about to return with cattle.
Settlement of New Edinburgh - We learn by the brig Bee, Captain Unthank that the New Zealand Company's new town has been divided into quarter acres, and is now ready for appropriation. The settlers are expected out in the course of three months. The intended port of Koputai, or New Leith, presents a scene truly romantic. Tents whitened by the sun, interspersed among huts, with the other paraphernalia of a new settlement, are the objects, which principally meet the eye. In Mackay's Hotel, the Surveyors' Arms, on the 22nd May last, a public dinner - the first we believe in Otago - was given to Captain Unthank, whose kindness, urbanity, and general good nature, has been pretty well tried in the share he has had in conveying and landing in safety and comfort the pioneers in this new, and we sincerely trust, prosperous settlement. The health of the Captain, and "Good luck to him," was proposed and drunk more than once during the evening. - New Zealand Correspondent.

American Barque "Noble" - This whaler encountered the late severe gales on the whaling grounds, off the north-eastern coast, and suffered the loss of her main and fore masts. - She entered the Gulf of Hauraki, by Cape Colville, on Wednesday, and came through the Wairoa passage, to the southward of Waiheki, into the Waitemata, yesterday morning, soon after daylight, and was signalled. Yesterday evening, H M Steamer Driver left her mornings to tow the Noble into the harbour, in order to undergo the necessary repairs. - New Zealander, May 30.

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 121 1846 Saturday July, 11, 1846
Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Judith, barque, 253 tons, Phillips
Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Dunning
Maukin, brig, 106 tons, Cooney
Comet, schooner, 92 tons. Cork
Fancy Morris, schooner, 49 tons, Hay
London, ship, 388 tons, Gibson

Departures
July 4 - Bee, brig, Captain Unthank, for Port Nicholson.
July 9 - Levant, barque, Captain Lane, for Port Nicholson. 

Passengers -
65th Regiment 
	McCoy 		Lieutenant
	O'Connell 	Captain
	Newenham 	Captain
	Turner 		Lieutenant
	White 		Assistant Surgeon

58th Regiment 
	Barker 		Ensign 
	Knox 		Dr
	O'Connell 	Mrs and child
	Peacock 	Mr
	Taylor 		Mr W W

8 sergeants, 7 corporals and 162 rank and file of HM's 65th and 58th Regiments
24 women and 32 children
July 10 - Scotia, schooner, Captain Ward, for Port Nicholson. 
Passengers -
Smith 		Mr and Mrs
Waitt 		Mrs
Waters 		Mr J

Clearances
July 8 - Adelaide, brig, Captain Ellis, for New Zealand via Boyd Town. 

Passengers -
Brierley 	Mr
Brindle 	Mr J
Clymont 	Mr G M
Cooney 		Mr and Mrs and three children
Gough 		Mr J
Moore 		Mr T M
Reynolds 	Mr M
Walker 		Mr J

July 10 - Haidee, ship, Captain Marshall, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Cadling 	Mr G
Graham 		Mr
Keane 		Mr
Kirby 		Mr James
Lee 		Miss
Lee 		Mr Charles
Lennard 	Mr D M
Lowry 		Rev Mr
Marshall 	Mrs
McInnes 	Mr
McKenzie 	Mr
Petit 		Mr and Mrs and three children
Selby 		Mrs
Steedon 	Mr G
Wardlow 	Miss
three soldier
two women and one child

Boyd Town
Arrivals - June 20. Mary, barque, Levens, from Auckland, in ballast.

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 122 1846 Saturday July, 18, 1846
Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Dunning
Maukin, brig, 106 tons, Cooney
Comet, schooner, 92 tons. Cork
Fancy Morris, schooner, 49 tons, Hay
London, ship, 388 tons, Gibson

Departures
July 11 - Haidee, ship, Captain Marshall, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Cadling 	Mr G
Graham 		Mr
Keane 		Mr
Kirby 		Mr James
Lee 		Miss
Lee 		Mr Charles
Lowry 		Rev Mr
Marshall 	Mrs
McInnes 	Mr
McKenzie 	Mr
McLennard 	Mr D
Petit 		Mr and Mrs three children
Selby 		Mrs
Steedon 	Mr G
Wardlow 	Miss
Three soldiers
Two women and one child

July 17 - Mary, barque, Captain Levens, for Port Nicholson via Twofold Bay, in ballast
July 17 - HMS Castor, Captain Graham, for Auckland
English Shipping - The William Hyde, from New Zealand, arrived on the 19th March.

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 123 1846 Saturday July, 25, 1846
Arrivals
July 19 - Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Captain Dunning, from Auckland the 2nd and the Bay of Islands the 6th instant.

Passengers - 
Brown 		Miss
Duckey 		Mr and Mrs
Hargraves 	Mr E H
Simms 		Mr
Spain 		Mr W

July 20 - Maukin, brig, 146 tons, Captain Cooney, from Auckland the 6th instant.

Passengers -
Lesslie 	Mrs and two children
Reeves 		Mr L
Silver 		Mr F

Clearances
July 25 - John Bull, schooner, Captain Tuohy, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Cain 		Mrs
Clark 		Miss
Eaton 		Mr William
May 		Mr and Mrs and two children
Macfarlane 	Mr John
Meehan 		Mr P
Owen 		Mr
Roderique 	Mr
Torrington 	Mr E
Webster 	Mr and Mrs

Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Queen, barque, 372 tons, Gordon
Comet, schooner, 92 tons. Cork
Fancy Morris, schooner, 49 tons, Hay
London, ship, 388 tons, Gibson

The William Hyde, from New Zealand, arrived at Gravesend on the 19th March. The ship Hope, Captain Underhill, was advertised to sail for New Zealand on the 15th June. The Clara, 500 tons, was on the berth for New Zealand, to sail on the 25th April. The Gipsy, 320 tons, had been laid on the berth for Auckland.
The Terror has made an excellent passage from Auckland considering the season of the year, although she had to put into the Bay of Islands through stress of weather.
The schooner Providence, McCook, from the Fegees, arrived at Auckland on the 2nd June. She had been on the coast for oil, but returned to Auckland again on the 26th June.

Passengers -
O'Brien 	Mr
Viard 		Rev Dr

The American ship Navigator left Auckland for Manila on the 6th June, with part of her original cargo.
The schooner Uncle Sam had been totally lost near Wellington.
The schooner Vixen left Auckland on the 6th of June for Sydney, with a full cargo of copper ore.


Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 124 1846 Saturday August, 1, 1846
Arrivals
July 30 - Vixen, schooner, 46 tons, Captain Winter, from Auckland the 14th June, the Barrier 25th June and Wangaroa the 5th July. Passenger - Mr H Fligg

Departures
July 27 - John Bull, schooner, Captain Tuohy, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Cain 		Mrs
Clark 		Miss
Eaton 		Mr William
May 		Mr and Mrs and two children
Macfarlane 	Mr John
Meehan 		Mr P
Owen 		Mr
Roderique 	Mr
Torrington 	Mr E
Webster 	Mr and Mrs

July 31 - Deborah, schooner, Captain Wing, for Otago, New Zealand.

Clearances
July 31 - Maukin, brig, Captain Cooney, for Auckland.

Passengers -
McClaverty	 Colonel
McClaverty 	Mrs and female servant
Maclerie 	Lieutenant and a private of the 58th regiment
McShea 		Mr D
Mitchell 	Mr J
Owen 		Mr T

The barque Mary was to leave Twofold Bay for New Zealand with cattle, the same day as the James and Amelia. The brig Adelaide was taking in cattle at Twofold Bay for New Zealand.
The Vixen has met with most tempestuous weather since leaving Auckland, and being so deeply laden has had to contend with great difficulties. She had advanced some distance on her passage and was in latitude 33.55 S longitude 171.43 E when the two lower pintles of the rudder were carried away in a gale of wind and she was compelled to bear up for the Barrier. After leaving the Barrier she again experienced a succession of gales and had to seek shelter at Wangaroa. She spoke nothing on the passage.

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 125 1846 Saturday August, 8, 1846
Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Vixen, schooner, 49 tons, Winter
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Comet, schooner, 92 tons. Cork
Fancy Morris, schooner, 49 tons, Hay
Bee, brig, 134 tons, Unthank
Scotia, schooner, 69 tons, Ward

Departures
August 1 - Maukin, brig, Captain Cooney, for Auckland.

Passengers -
McClaverty 	Colonel
McClaverty 	Mrs and female servant
Maclerie 	Lieutenant and a private of the 58th regiment
McShea 		Mr D
Mitchell 	Mr J
Owen 		Mr T

Clearances
August 7 - Coaxer, barque, Captain Renney, for Wellington.

Passengers -
Creagh 		Captain
Eaton 		Mr D W
Hay 		Mrs and servant
Hurst 		Mr Joseph
Griffiths 	Mr William
McKay 		Mr E R
Smith 		Mr and Mrs
Streight 	Mr W

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 126 1846 Saturday August, 15, 1846

Departures
August 14 - Coaxer, barque, Captain Renney, for Wellington.

Passengers -
Creagh 		Captain
Eaton 		Mr D W
Hay 		Mrs and servant
Hurst 		Mr Joseph
Griffiths 	Mr William
McKay 		Mr E R
Smith 		Mr and Mrs
Streight 	Mr W

Vessels laid on in London for these Colonies
For New Zealand - Gipsy, 320, Garwood, April 26th; Dispatch, 350, Elsdon, May 2nd.
The Ralph Bernal had arrived at Port Nicholson prior to the 14th July, and was laid on for London.
The John and Charlotte reports that the schooner I Don't Know had been taken up by the Government to proceed along the coast. The schooner Comet was about to sail for New Zealand.

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 127 1846 Saturday August, 22, 1846
Ship's Mails
For Auckland - By the Terror, on the 25th instant, at 6 PM
Colonial Shipping - The number of ships entered at London from the 1st January to 31st March, in the years 1845 and 1846, from New South Wales and New Zealand, was in 1845, 10, with a tonnage of 3413; in 1846, 7, with tonnage of 2620. In 1845, at Liverpool, 1, tonnage 310; in 1846, 1 tonnage 297. Outward from London and Liverpool during the same period: 1845, 22 vessels were destined to New South Wales, New Zealand, and showing a tonnage of 8543; and in 1846, 28 vessels with a tonnage of 11,290.

Vessels Expected in Sydney from New Zealand
Maid of the Mill, schooner
Susannah Ann, 62 tons, Hensley
Comet, schooner, 92 tons. Cork
Fancy Morris, schooner, 49 tons, Hay
Bee, brig, 134 tons, Unthank
Scotia, schooner, 69 tons, Ward
John Bull, schooner, 72 tons, Twohey
Maukin, brig, 106 tons, Cooney

Sydney Shipping Gazette
Volume III, No. 128 1846 Saturday August, 29, 1846
Arrivals
August 27 - Susannah Ann, schooner, 79 tons, Captain Hensley, from Port Nicholson the 6th August.

Passengers -
Bell 		Mr H
Boulton 	Mr T
Broderic 	Mr and Mrs and six children
Dodd 		Mr S
Evans 		Mr J
Hattersley 	Mr and Mrs and two children
Irving 		Mr T
Jenkins 	Mr R
Sidey 		Mr C
Souter 		Mrs and three children

Departure
August 28 - Mary Ann, schooner, Captain Clapham, for Port Nicholson.
August 29 - Carysfort, HMS, Captain Seymour, for New Zealand.

Ship's Mails
For Auckland - By the Terror, this evening at 6pm.
For Port Nicholson and Nelson - By the Star of China, on Tuesday evening at 6pm.
The Fanny Morris was at Port Nicholson when the Susannah Ann left. The schooner Kate, Captain Salmon, was to leave three days after the Susannah Ann. HMS Castor arrived at Port Nicholson, on the 5th instant, having touched at Auckland. The barque Levant, hence, had arrived at Port Nicholson, and was lying there when the Susannah Ann sailed. The schooner Scotia, Captain Ward, had left a few days before for the coast. The Calliope, Castor, and Driver, were at Port Nicholson. The London, from Sydney, arrived at Port Nicholson on the 9th July, and had proceeded on to India.
The HM Frigate Daedalus, Captain McQuoid, was expected to sail for New Zealand.


Volume 3, Number 129 (5 September, 1846)
Arrivals
August 30 -Kate, schooner, 62 tons, Captain Salmon, from Port Nicholson the 9th, and Cloudy Bay the 14th ultimo.

Passengers - 
Barrett 	Mr R.
Johnston 	Mrs, two children and servant
Hart 		Mr
Hart 		Miss
Hart 		Miss C
Sharp 		Mrs

Departures
September 2 - Terror, schooner, Captain Dunning, for Auckland.

Passengers - 
Hall 		Mr
Johnson 	Mr and Mrs and four daughter
Justin 		Mr H
Kinghorn 	Mr
McGrath 	Mr J
Skinner 	Mr
Wallis 		Mrs and child
five in the steerage

Loss of the Colangatta page 255

Volume 3, Number 130 (12 September, 1846)
Departures
Sept. 7 - Star of China, schooner, 121 tons, Captain Wood, for Port Nicholson, Cloudy Bay and Nelson.

Passengers - 
Christian 	James
Hair 		Mr James
Mason 		Mr W

Sept. 10 - Susannah Ann, schooner, Captain Hensley, for Port Nicholson via Twofold Bay. Passenger - Mr A. Lyon.

Volume 3, Number 130 (12 September, 1846)
Departures
Sept. 7 - Star of China, schooner, 121 tons, Captain Wood, for Port Nicholson, Cloudy Bay and Nelson.

Passengers - 
Christian 	James
Hair 		Mr James
Mason 		Mr W

Sept. 10 - Susannah Ann, schooner, Captain Hensley, for Port Nicholson via Twofold Bay. Passenger - Mr A. Lyon.

New Zealand Shipping
The Maukin accomplished her trip to Sydney. She left Auckland on the 3rd July, Sydney on the 2nd August and arrived here on the 10th. The Mary will load at this port for England; a large quantity of flax, oil, ore &c.
The Ralph Bernal will also take in the greater portion of her cargo here, and proceed to England via New Plymouth and Wellington.
The Haidee, which left this port on the 10th for Kaipara, will return as soon as she had completed taking spars, which are all in readiness, and proceed from hence direct to London.
The Strathisla is also expected daily from Kiapara, when she will meet with immediately despatch from England. The Mary Catherine has been got afloat, and is now undergoing the trifling repairs which were found requisite; when these are completed she will return hither, and be laid on for England. - New Zealander, August 15.

English Shipping
The Clara, for Nelson, Port Nicholson and Auckland and the Berkshire for Sydney left Gravesend on 1st May, and were off Deal on the 3rd.
For New Zealand: Gipsy, for Auckland 10th May; Hope 15th June.

Page 263. Recipes: Indian Pudding, Green Corn cakes, Artificial Oysters, Corn Bread, Indian Muffins, Boiled Indian Pudding, Johnny Cake, Ash Cake, Indian Gruel, Common Pones, Corn dodgers.
Preservation of meat and vegetable substances.

Volume 3, Number 131 (19 September, 1846)
Arrivals
Sept. 17 - Maukin, brig, 106 tons, Captain Cooney, from Auckland the 6th and Kawau the 7th instant.

Passengers - 
Bartley 	Mr W.
Beeson 		Mr G.
Gooch 		Henry
Jones 		Mr J
Other 		Mr E
Pegg 		Mr James
Pockley 	Mr W
Rambolt 	Master
Sawyer 		Mr J
Spain 		Mr and Mrs, three daughters and five sons
Spurrier 	Mr and Mrs
Taylor 		Mr John
Wright 		Mr and Mrs

Departures
Sept. 13 - Kate, schooner, Captain Salmon, for Port Nicholson.

English Shipping
H.M. brig Childers left the Downs on the 8th may for the Cape of Good Hope, Hobart Town and New Zealand, with a large quantity of copper coins on board.

The Maukin saw H.M.S. Carysfort going into Auckland as she was leaving there. The brig Strathisla arrived at Auckland on the 29th August from Kiapara. The brig Adelaide from Twofold Bay, with cattle, had arrived at Auckland. H.M.S. Castor arrived at Auckland, from Port Nicholson, on the 30th August, having on board His Excellency the Governor of New Zealand. The Haidee had left Kawau for Kiapara to load spars for England. the Ralph Bernal left Auckland for New Plymouth and Nelson, on the 29th ultimo. H.M.S. Racehorse left Auckland for Port Nicholson, on the 1st instant having on board Colonel McCleverty and 100 soldiers.

Volume 3, Number 132 (26 September, 1846)
Arrivals
Sept. 24 - Bride, schooner, 65 tons, Captain Mason, from Bay of Islands the 10th instant.

Passengers - 
Johnson 	Mr H
Johnson 	Mr Lewis
Kennedy 	Mr S
Perry 		Mr C.B.
Roberts 	Mr H.
Waetforf 	Mr C.B.
Anomi (a New Zealand woman) and child

Departures
Sept. 25 - John Bull, schooner, Captain Twohey, for Auckland.

Passengers - 
Alderdice 	Miss
Brown 		Mr and Mrs and two children

Clearances
Sept. 25 - Portenia, brig, Captain Kirsopp, for Port Nicholson. Passengers -Mr Murray and Mr Pope.

Advices were received per Fanny Morris, that the French whaler Colon had been wrecked at Paraki, on the coast of New Zealand. Three of the crew drowned, but the chief part of the cargo has been saved, consisting of 650 barrels black oil. The Bee had been chartered at Port Nicholson to proceed to the wreck, to bring the crew and cargo to Sydney. The Colon left Sydney on the 12th January last, having recruited here.

The Bandicoot from New Zealand, arrived on the 8th.

The Fanny Morris brings little news: the Madras from London via Nelson, had been at New Plymouth and proceeded on for Port Nicholson. the British troops had given up the pursuit of Rangihaeata and his followers, and had returned to their quarters at Porirua. Rangihaeata had arrived at Wanganui.


Volume 3, Number 133 (3 October, 1846) Pages 273-276
Arrivals
Oct. 5- Augustus, barque, 138 tons, Captain Rolls, from Hobart Town the 24th ultimo.
Passengers - Captain Cain, Mrs Cain, child and servant.

Oct. - 3 Lady of the Lake, schooner, 23 tons, Captain Axton, from Port Nicholson the 3rd, and Queen Charlotte's Sound the 20th September.

Passengers- 
Bower 		Mr
Dodd 		Mr
Wilkinson 	Mr

Departures
Oct. 3 - Markin, brig, Captain Cooney, for Auckland.

Passengers - 
Beeson 		Mr G
Parkinson 	Mr A
Purchas 	Mr and Mrs

Oct. - 9- Ariel, schooner, Captain Sturgeon, for Port Nicholson.

Volume 3, Number 135 (17 October, 1846) Page 289-292
The ship Urgent has been chartered to proceed to Port Nicholson, to take in oil for London, after which she returns to Sydney to fill up with wool.

Volume 3, Number 136 (24 October, 1846) Page 293-296
Ships in Harbour
Bride, schooner, 65 tons, Mason, at Campbell's Wharf; Captain, agent. Ready for New Zealand.

Arrivals.
Oct. 22 - Bee, brig, 134 tons, Captain Unthank, from Port Nicholson the 26th September, and Queen Charlotte's Sound the 7th October.

Passengers - 
Bell 		Mr Henry
Bourgenoff 	Captain with officers and crew of the French whaler Colon.
Burns 		Mr Thomas 
Evans 		Mr John 
Foster 		Mrs
Miles 		Mr 
Russell 	Mr M.

Oct. 23 -Mary Ann, schooner, 52 tons, Captain Clapham, from Port Nicholson the 29th September, and Queen Charlotte's Sound the 7th October.

Passengers -
Hodges Mr and Mrs and child
Phelps Mr and Mrs
Prescott Mr

Departures
October 21 - Avoca, barque, Captain Howey, for Auckland. 
Passengers -
Broden 		Mr W
Garrwick 	Mr and Mrs and two children
Hargraves 	Mr J
Johnston 	Dr
Moir 		Mr W.

Clearances
October 22- Bride, schooner, Captain Mason, for the Bay of Islands.

Passengers -
Harris 		Master
Henderson 	Mr H
Irving 		Master
Johnson 	Mr H.G.
Mansell 	Mrs and child
Perry 		Mr T.B.
Waetford 	Mr
A New Zealand woman and child

October 22- Clara, barque, Captain Crow, for Port Nicholson.

Passengers - 
Courtenay 	Dr
Courtenay 	Mrs
Curtis 		Mr J.J.
Curtis 		Mrs and four children
Montgomery 	Mrs
Ryan 		Mr
Ryan 		Mrs and four children
Siddons 	Miss

October 23 - Orwell, barque, Captain Tinley, for Port Nicholson via Boyd Town, in ballast.

Passengers -
Kenross 	Mr
McCrea 		Mr
McDonald 	Mr A.
Sidey 		Mr
Walton 		Mr H.

The Java is chartered to take troops of the 65th Regiment from Sydney to the Bay of Islands, Auckland and Port Nicholson. After wards she proceeds to Hobart Town, taking the remainder of the 51st Regiment from thence to Swan River on her way to Calcutta.

The Slains Castle passed through Cook's Strait on Friday, September 18, with a fair wind, on her homeward voyage. She has a great number of passengers, and some of the French officers and fifty of the crew of the French frigate La Seine, which wrecked near New Caledonia. - New Zealand Spectator.

The Bee spoke the Jane, Captain Lee, on the 14th October, with 500 barrels, having left Sydney on the 8th February 1845. The Bee has brought on the officers and the crew of the French whaler Colon, which vessel was cast away on the coast of New Zealand.

The Star of China, hence 7th September, arrived at Port Nicholson on the 20th and was advertised to leave again on the 1st instant for Sydney via Nelson. The schooners Lowestoft and Kate and H.M.S. Calliope, where lying at Port Nicholson when the Bee left there.

The barque Madras left Port Nicholson for Auckland on the 25th September. The Mary Ann spoke the American whaler Iris, on the 18th; she has not taken any oil from the time of leaving Sydney.

Volume 3, Number 137 (31 October, 1846) Page 297-300
Arrivals
Oct. 27 - Star of China, schooner, 101 tons, Captain Wood, from Port Nelson, the 15th Oct.

Passengers -
Allen 		Miss
Beattie 	Mr
Brown 		Mr
Carter 		Mr
Fife 		Misses (2)
Hill 		Mr and Mrs and daughter
Hair 		Mr
Martin 		Mrs and son
Peacock 	Mr
Saunders 	Mr
Smith 		Mr
Smith 		Mrs and two children
Ward 		Mr

Departures -
Oct. 25- Clara, Orwell and Bride
Passengers - see above

Arrivals Boyd Town
18th. Lord Hobart, Johnston, master, from New Zealand, with goods and passengers.

The Java
This afternoon the detachment of the 65th regiment, at present at Sydney, under the command of Captain Wyatt, will embark under that officer on board the Java, and sail to-morrow (with the remaining portion of the regiment) for New Zealand. The detachment consists of
Major A.F.W. Wyatt,
Captain W. Johnson
Lieutenant J. Gordon
Ensign R.P.T. Thelwall, Acting Adjutant and Quartermaster
Ensign James Barton
five sergeants
117 rank and file
There are on board the following officers and men belonging to the same regiment:
Major James Patience
Captain G.F. Murray
Captain J.F.H. De Tessier
Captain W.P. Young
Captain St. L. Barry
Captain P. Wolfe
Lieutenant C.A. Cuthbert
Lieutenant Thomas Barnard
Lieutenant R.H. McGregor
Lieutenant George Meyler
Ensign F.P. Drought
Ensign Charles J. Ewen
Ensign R.M. Slegg
Ensign W.F.T. Slegg
W.T. Marshall
J.J. Dudgeon
Paymaster J.W. Marshall
Adjutant C. Rhatigan
Surgeon R.K. Prendergast
Assistant Surgeon W.K. Park
16 sergeants
17 corporals
19 drummers
548 privates
Brigade Major O'Connell, of the 99th, also proceeds by this vessel.

Volume 3, Number 138 (7 November, 1846) Page 305-308
Arrivals
Nov. 6 - Terror, schooner, 85 tons, Captain Dunning, from Auckland the 22nd and the Bay of Islands the 24th October.

Passengers -
Abercrombie 	Mr W.
Hutchinson 	Mrs
Knight 		Dr
Milstead 	Mr and Mrs
Petingall 	Mr
Owen 		Mr
Yates 		Mr and Mrs
Reid 		Mr
and one prisoner of the crown.

Departures
Nov. 6 - Urgent, ship, Captain Tucker, for Port Nicholson.

Passengers-
Jenkins 	Mr R
Petre 		Hon. A.
Unthank 	Mr
and six stockmen - A. Robinson, R. Murray, D. McGrady, B. Maloye, M. Desmond and T. Pease.

Nov. 6 - Java, ship, Captain parker for New Zealand.
Passengers -24 officers of the 65th Regiment, two ladies and six children, 734 rank and file, 22 women and 24 children, and Captain Hay.

Volume 3, Number 139 (14 November, 1846) Page 313-316
Departures
Nov. 12 - Bee, brig, Captain Addams, for Port Nicholson. Passenger - Mr Hawley.

Volume 3, Number 140 (21 November, 1846) Page 317-320
Nov. 14 -Lady Mary Fitz Roy, schooner, Captain Barter, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Barter 		Mrs
Neal 		Mrs
Prout 		Mr J.S.

Nov. 21 - Terror, schooner, Captain Dunning, for Auckland. Passengers - Mrs Jolly and Mrs J. Neal.

English Shipping
The David Malcolm (passenger Governor Fitzroy) from New Zealand, arrived at Plymouth July 10th.

Volume 3, Number 141 (28 November, 1846) Page 325-328
Arrivals

Nov. 22- Maukin, brig, 146 tons, Captain Cooney, from Auckland the 8th November.

Passengers -
Henry 		Mr Hugh
Mackenzie 	Mr Roderick
Newell 		Mr B.
Robinson 	Mrs and son
Smith 		Mr W
one sergeant and a private of the 58th Regiment.

Nov. 22- Ariel, schooner,72 tons, Captain Sturgeon, from Port Nicholson the 4th and Porirua the 7th instant.

Passengers -
Eaton 	Mr D.W.
Eaton 	Mr A
James 	Mr E.

Nov. 24 - John Bull, schooner, 72 tons, Captain Twohey, from Auckland 11th November.

Passengers - 
Baker 		Mr
Bryon 		Mr
Cretney 	Mr H.R.
Hacker 		Mr
Harvey 		Mr and Mrs and three sons
Hissie 		Mr
Hokes 		Mr
Hokes 		Miss
Jollop 		Mr
Jones 		Mr
Lang 		Mr
Makin 		Mr
Pascoe 		Mr and Mrs and two daughters
Phillips 	Mr
Pinnock 	Mr and Mrs, three daughters and one son
Stevens 	Mr
Twohey 		Master
Williams 	Mr

The barque Clara from Sydney, was entering Port Nicholson, as the Ariel left. The Souvenir from Hobart Town, had arrived at Port Nicholson and was loading again for the former port. The brig Portenia, hence, arrived at Port Nicholson on the 14th October.

The barque Avoca from Sydney, arrived at Auckland on the 4th November. H.M. brig Childers from England via Hobart Town, arrived at Auckland on the 17th ultimo. The Cecilia, Captain Pearce, cleared outwards on the 19th October, fro London, with a cargo of spars &c.

Commander (now captain) Hay, late of the H.M.S. Racehorse, has been appointed a Companion of the Bath, for his services in New Zealand.


Volume 3, Number 142 (5 December, 1846) Page 329-332
Departures
Dec. 3 - Coquette, schooner, Captain McCook, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Owen 		Mrs and Mrs
Rogers 		Mr J
Smith 		Mr and Mrs and three children

Dec. 4 - Ann, schooner, Captain Rogers, for Russell and Auckland.

Clearances
Dec. 4 - Lady of the Lake, schooner, Captain McKew, for Russell, New Zealand.
Passengers - Mr J. McKew.
Dec. 6 - Velocity, schooner, 138 tons, Captain Hoggs, for Auckland.

H.M.S. Castor, Captain Graham, now at New Zealand, has been ordered home; she will be relieved by the Melampus, 42, Captain Fitzgerald, from the Brazil station.

Volume 3, Number 143 (12 December, 1846) Page 337-340
Departures - Dec. 5 Lady of the Lake for Russell.
Dec. 7 - Velocity for Auckland.
Dec. 1- John Bull, schooner, Captain Tuohey, for Auckland.

Passengers - 
Bennett 	Mr and Mrs
Bennett 	Mr E
Bennett 	Miss Mary
Cretnay 	Mr H.R.
Gollop 		Mr W
Hodge 		Miss
Mackenzie 	Mr R
Nichool 	Mr A

Dec. 11- Ariel, schooner, Captain Sturgeon, for Port Nicholson. passenger - Mr T. Irvine.

Hobart Town - Arrivals
Nov. 16 - H.M.S. Castor, 36 guns, Captain Charles Graham, with twelve male convicts from New Zealand, including several natives.

Volume 3, Number 144 (19 December, 1846) Page 341-344
Arrivals
Dec. 14- Urgent, ship, 408 tons, Captain Tucker, from Port Nicholson the 3rd December.

Passengers 
McArra 		Mr James
Sidey 		Mr
Wilson 		Mrs

Hobart Town - Arrivals
Souvenir, schooner, 64 tons, Jennings, from Port Nicholson 12th Nov., with a general cargo.

Aug. 23. H.M.S. North Star, 26, Captain Sir E. Home, Bart., C.B., anchored at Spithead on Friday. She has brought despatches from Sydney, NZ, Singapore, Cape of Good Hope, St. Helena, Ascension and Fayal. Sir E. Hon. commissioned her at this port in August, 1841.

The barque Orwell, hence, via Twofold Bay arrived at Port Nicholson on the 20th Nov., after a passage of seven days from Twofold Bay, in which she lost only six head cattle out of 130, and fifteen sheep out of 55. The brig Bee, hence arrived at Port Nicholson on the 22nd Nov., and left again for Sydney, on the 25th Nov. The schooner Comet, and Star of China, hence arrived at Port Nicholson on the 26th Nov. The Urgent only eleven days hence, having lost only 112 head of cattle out of 70, and 6 sheep out of 600. The schooner, Scotia, Captain Ward, from Otago, arrived at Port Nicholson, on the 23rd.

Volume 3, Number 145 (26 December, 1846) Page 349-352
Arrivals
Dec. 19 - Java, ship, 1175 tons, Captain Parker, from Auckland, Dec. 6.

Passengers - 
Wynyard 	Colonel
Bannatyne 	Assistant - Surgeon
Bridge 		Major 
Denny 		Major
Cockraft 	Captain
Edwards 	Lieutenant
Herbert 	Lieutenant
Nugent 		Captain
Petley 		Lieutenant
Symonds 	Lieutenant
Westop 		Lieutenant
Wynyard 	Ensign
and 443 rank and file of the 58th regiment

Hulme 		Lieutenant - Colonel
Eyton 		Captain
McAndrew 	Assistant - Surgeon
Mundell		Lieutenant 	
Willmott 	Ensign
and 147 rank and file of the 96th regiment
41 women and 93 children

Dec. 21 - Bee, brig, 134 tons, Captain Addams, from Port Nicholson, the 26th Nov., Cloudy Bay the 7th December, and Queen Charlotte's Sound the 9th Dec.

Passengers - 
Bowers 		Mr A.
Hanley 		Mr
Hanson 		Mr 
Hunty 		Mr S.
Malloy 		Mr B.
Oyer 		Mr A.
Peters 		Mr P.
Retwick 	Mr H.
Robertson 	Mr A.
Schooder 	Mr M.
Smith 		Mr J
Wilson 		Mr P

Dec. 21 - Avoca, barque, 254 tons, Captain Howey, from Auckland, the 6th instant.

Passengers -
Harrison	Mr T.
Hayward 	Mr J
Keesing 	Mr
Kempthorn 	Mr and son
Marshall 	Mrs
Tinker 		Mr
Wilkinson 	Mr

The Avoca spoke the William, Captain Sarjent on the 31st October, off North Cape of NZ, with 700 barrels sperm oil on board, having left Sydney the 25th Nov. 1845.

The Americana ship Navigator, Sliver, from NZ arrived at Manila Aug. 9th.