A Scoth clipper ship to Auckland
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Auckland Shipping Intelligence.
November 26 Kiwi, 40 tons, McGregor, from Mongonui, in ballast, with 2 double barrel guns, and 6 passengers.
November 26 Dolphin, 40 tons, Doughty, from the East Coast, with 500 bushels wheat, 300 do. maize, 1 ton pork, 80 lbs. lard, 400 lbs. hams and bacon.
November 26 Lord Worsley, s s., 275 tons, Johnson, from Sydney. Passengers Cabin Mr. and Mrs. Gilfillan, 3 children, and servant, Mrs. and Miss Smith, Miss Atkinson, Dr. Drake, Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. Brown and 2 children, Mrs. Manley. Steerage Mm. Smith, Messrs J. Cockraft, S. Bell, R. Muir.
November 26 Rob Roy, 822 tons, J. Bridie, from London. Passengers Saloon Mr. and Mrs Tagg, Lieut. Armstrong, Eliza S. Armstrong, Emily Goldsbro, F. H. Daniell, Jacob Bryan, B. Middleton, E. Seymour, Wm. 'H. Armstrong, Frederick Mallett, Henry Edmund Goldsbro, William G. Armstrong, E. A. Goldsbro.
Steerage John, Sophia Ellyett; William Denham, Benjamin, Elizabeth, Mary, Edith, John, Alexander, Christopher, Jeffrey, Birtha, Thos., Lachlan, Reginald, John Maclean ; W. F. Phillips, Henry, Annie Atkins ; A. J. Hicks, James, Dorothea, Christina, Catherine, Williamina Rosie; Benjamin Emanuel, John Gallagher, Peter Vosper, W. H. Wilson, Andrew, Catherine Macqueen ; Walter Watson, James, Bridgett, Ann, Edward, Mary Farrell ; Tom Humby, Walter, Esther Deans ; J. B., Annie Carr; William, Eliza, William, James Boult; George, Marion, James McGuflie; Alexander Kennedy, Julius Wenkheim, Lewis Samson, 'Thomas Williams, Joseph, Hannah Franklin ; Rebecca Smith, Sarah Slade, Sarah Narramore, Wm. J. Ballard, Cordelia Wakeling, Mary Ann Martell, Sarah Hughes, Caroline Annett, G. W. Norris.
IMPORTS FOREIGN. Per Rob Roy, from London : 81 cases merchandize, E. and H. Isaacs; 1 tin box, A. Farrell ; 15 cases merchandize, 4 casks whisky, 25 cases do., order; 2 cases merchandize, E. and H. Isaacs ; 30 hhds., 38 qr. casks, 508 cases wines and spirits, 25 do., 1 box samples, order ;10 cases merchandize, Saml. Browning ; 25 cases candles, order ; 31 pkgs. tea, Saml. Brown ; 1 case merchandize, Brown and Campbell ; 3 cases do., Robt. Hampton ; 2 bales manufactures, Owen and Graham : 2 cases wine, 2 barrels arrowroot, 1 tin case drapery goods, 1 box pickles, Mr. Baxter ; A. pkgs. merchandize, John Hoop ; 2 cases do., Thomson, Keith, & Co.; 1 cask apothecary wares, order; 30 casks soda, Gilfillan and Co. ; 4 pipes merchandize, 2 butts do., order ; 100 boxes, 20 barrels, 2 casks, 20 hhds. 12 casks, 8 kegs, 15 hhds., 3 casks 35 drums, 5 casks, 14 do., 10 jars, order ; 188 pkgs., D. Graham and Co. ; 1 do. private effects, Mr. Gilfillan ; 1 case agricultural implements, 1 pkg. wheels, 11 trunks boots and shoes, 3 cases hats and caps, 5 cases shirts, 2 bales clothing, 1 case sewed muslins, 2 cases ties, 5 cases, 2 bales, 6 cases clothing, 21 cases drapery, 3 cases weighing machines, 10 casks blacking, 3 bales flannels, 30 cases champagne, 1 case patent flour, 1 bale blankets, D. Graham and Co. ; 1 package, Newman and Ewen ; 1 case private effects, A. Bowring ; 2 bales, and 1 parcel samples, J. H. Burnside and Co. ; 2 cases, E. and H. Isaacs ; 8 hhds. beer, 2 hhds. brandy, 2 hhds. wine, 1 hhd. gin, 1 hhd. whisky, 2 casks, 2 crates earthen ware, 1 bale brooms, 1 case leather mss., 1 case tents, 1 case apparel, 1 case seeds, Jervis James ; 10 boxes candles, 3 cases, A. and R. Keesing ; 4 cases, Officers 65th Foot ; 1 case, 2 bales, 1 case, 1 box, 1 cask, 1 package, Edw. King ; 50 boxes, 3 kegs nails, 4 casks white lead, 45 drums oil, 3 cases galvanized iron, 10 boxes, 4 bundles buckets, 2 case iron ploughs, C. Petschler; 30 cases cyder, Lewis James ; 6 cases merchandize, Col. Brown ; 2 cases, A. Clarke and Co. ; 7 boxes, 1 bag, 1 bale, C. and J. E. Matthews ; 25 barrels rum, order ; 100 kegs nails, C. Petschler ; 16 qr. casks, Brown, Hall, and Co.; 55 kegs nails, 2 casks, 2 cases, 1 cask, 4 cases, Newman and Ewen ; 1 case stationery, Oriental Bank ; 6 bales, 1 sample truss, order ; 13 bales, 5 cases, 5 casks, Officer commanding 65th Regt. ; 2 cases, Saml. Marks ; 6 ovens, 6 boilers, 1 bale, 1 case, S. H, Smith ; 1 case hardware, Owen and Fendelow ; 12 cases, 1 bale, 1 case, 1 bale, 1 case, 3 casks hardware, 20 barrels meal, 5 cases, 2 bales, 1 parcel samples, E and H. Isaacs ; 36 barrels meal, 25 boxes candles, 2 cases mustard, 3 cases peel, 4 casks salt petre, 20 hhds. rum, 3 barrels soda, 1 case biscuits, 4 cases apothecary, Saml. Brown ; 1 case, C. F. Maberly ; 1 case, Brown, Hall and Co. ; 100 boxes candles, 5 hhds. rum, 100 cases geneva, 6 qr. casks, 5 hhds. brandy, 12 cases, 50 kegs nails, Owen and Graham ; 150 casks bottled beer, 1 bale, 2 cases, 4 trunks, 3 cases, D. Graham and Co. : 2 cases, Col. G, Browne ; 8 cases, order ; 72 packages, Brown; Hall and Co. ; 208 tons steam coals, order ; 13 casks, 2 boxes, i order; 10 hhds. stout, 15 hhds. ale, 50 cases stout, 50 cases ale, 10 pockets hops, order ; 1 case. Geo. Wilson ; 25 cases wine, C. Petschler; 25 cases wine, Gilfillan and Co. ; 10 hhds. beer, Saml. Browning ; 1 case, Brown and Campbell ; 31 cases wine, Bain, Grahame and Co. ; 2 chests tea, Gilfillan and Co. ; 100 tons coals, order ; 50 cases jams, James Henderson ; 1 case books, G. F, Maberly; 26 cases wine, order; 4 cases, W. D. Carruthers; 5 bales paper, 1 parcel samples, Thomson, Keith, and Co. ; half chest tea, R. W. Wynn ; 50 cases candle 3, E. King; 100 cases wine, 6 cases perfumery, Bain, Grahame and Co. ; 12 qr. casks, 19 cases wine, Gilfillan and Co. ; 1 package, F. Ashman ; 5 casks, S. H. Smith ; 2 cases paper hangings, Win. Croft and Sons ; 27 packages, order ; 3 cases, Brown, Hall and Co. ; 1 chest, A. W. Smith ; 1 covered trunk, Edwd. Davies; 1 case, Combes and Daldy ; 1 case apparel, H. F. Wrigley ; 4 cases apparel, Arch. Clark and Son ; 2 cases, President of the Band of H.M. 65th Regt. ; 2 cases, S. Carter ; 3 cases, T. S. Forsaith ; 1 box, Brown, Hall and Co. ; 2 hhds., 1 case, 31 bundles, 3 cases,, 1 cask, S. H. Smith; 2 cases, 1 crate, 1 tierce, 1 crate, 2 cases, A. and S. R. Keesing ; 1 box, A. Mildrum ; 10 trunks boots and shoes, B. S. Levy ; 1 case, 2 casks, order ; 2 cases, 6 packages, Dr. Worthington ; 1 case, order; 1 case, Gilfillan and Co. ; 1 box, Chas. Tothill ; 4 bales, 1 case, order ; 4 cases, 3 bags, 24 grind stones, 2 bales, S. H. Smith ; 25 tons pig iron, order ; 1 case, M. Levy ; 1 bale, 3 cases, C. Petschler ; 1 case, Officer 65th Regt. ; 1 box, Cruickshank, Smart, and Co. ; 5 bales, Brown, Hall and Co. ; 2 case 3, G. Graham ; 1 package, 6 cases, 9 casks, 5 trunks, 2 cases, 1 bale, 1 case, 1 bale, 6 trunks, 3 cases, 9 pkgs , 3 cases, 21 pkgs., 20 drums, 18 pkgs., Brown, Hall and Co. ; 20 bags, 19 pkgs., 78 cases, 5 casks, 16 pkgs., 93 kegs nails, 127 cases soap, 10 qr. casks oil, 65 pkgs., 79 casks, 20 half tierces, 1 case, D. Nathan and Co. : 5 cases, 7 bales, 43 pkgs., 28 cases, 44 bales, 6 pkgs., 2 cases, D. Nathan and Go. : 1 cow, D, Graham and Co. ; 26 pkgs., Cruickshank, Smart and Co. ; 1 parcel, Officer 65th Regt. ; 1 box, J. W. Lewis; 19 pkgs., 4 cases, unknown.
Daily Southern Cross, 30 November
1860, Page 3
Wednesday forenoon a steamer was signalled from the North Shore flag staff, and after a long time the number of the "Robert Lowe" was made. By four o'clock she had rounded the heads, and was at anchor off Official Bay. Captain Congleton reports that he left Queenstown under steam on the 8th September ; had a good run to the line ; crossed the meridian of the Cape on the 46th day, in lat. 49 ° , and ran down his Easting in that parallel. From Van Diemen's Land to New Zealand the Robert Lowe was under steam again, and arrived in Auckland 81 days out, during 15 of which only she was under steam. She brings the head quarters of the second battalion of the 14th Regt. The Robert Lowe is a splendid vessel of her class, and admirably fitted up for passengers. One soldier, a woman, and eight children, died during the passage, but the health of passengers generally was good. The Aquila, Captain Austin, arrived last night from the Feegees, 11 days out. She brings a cargo of fruit, &c.
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MILITARY AND NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.
By the "Robert Lowe", the head quarters of the 2nd battalion of the 14th, Foot arrived here,; they are over five hundred strong. The following is the list of officers:
Lieut-Col. Sir J.E. Alexander, K,C.L.S.
Major W. Douglas
Captains: E.W. Saunders, A. Strange, W. A. Dobie, J. McIver, W.H. Gresson,
Lieutenants: K. Hill, G.H. Cope, J.A. Anderson, J.B. Frizell, J.S. Johnson;
Ensigns: J. Lawrence, C. Curtis, C.T. McMahon, A.L. Patten
Adjutant : J. Glancey
Quarter-Master J. Spry
Surgeon J.E. Carte
Assistant Surgeon T. Carbens
The detachment of the 65sth which recently arrived from Taranaki were under orders to return there yesterday morning, and have embarked accordingly on board the Niger. The 14th are to land here today.
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ARRIVAL OF REINFORCEMENTS IN THE COLONY.
By the Airedale we hear that a large addition to our force at the seat of war has arrived, and that further ones may be expected.
H.M.S. "Fawn" was at New Plymouth on Monday last, with 109 of the 12th ; fifty of her own crew were likewise to be landed. On the following day the "City of Hobart" arrived with 280 of the 40th, under the command of Colonel Leslie. The "Wong Wong" was expected at the time of the " Airedale's" departure, with a further force of 276 men. The "Victoria" left Melbourne for the Manukau on the 23rd, with Major- General Pratt on board and a detachment of 50 men.
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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF AUCKLAND.
ENTERED INWARDS. November 5 Thames City, ship, 557 tons, J. W. Sedcote, from London.
The Rosettta, of Liverpool, Williams, master, from Hong-kong, bound for Monto Video with a general cargo, put into Russell (Bay of Islands) for provisions on the 2nd instant.
During Sunday evening a ship was signalled, and yesterday morning she was at anchor off Official Bay, and proved to be the "Thames City." She remained on the so-called "powder-ground," having 44 half-kegs on board. The Thames City left the docks on the 26th July, and between her last departure Ushant and the Three Kings, was 90 days out. Madeira was sighted on the 8th of Aug., and on the 17th of the same month H.M.S. Bloodhound, bound for the Cape. The line was crossed on the 27th of Aug., in 18 7' E , and the meridian of the Cape on the 23rd Sept. The Thames City ran down her easting in high latitudes, going as far to the south as 51°, where very cold weather was experienced, though in consequence of the season of the year no ice was sighted. The Three Kings were made on Thursday last at 5 in the morning, since which light baffling winds have been experienced. The Thames City shipped all her passengers and the greater part of her cargo for Wellington ; the live stock, however, consisting of deer, horned cattle, game, etc., (see particulars under "imports," belonging to Mr. R. Graham, have arrived here safe and sound, with the exception of such an average of deaths as would be probably calculated upon by any one shipping such a variety of animals as those on board this ship. Captain Sedcote reports passengers and crew healthy during the voyage.
IMPORTS FOREIGN. Per City, from London 24 half-barrels
gunpowder, 10 do. do., 4 horses, 2 bulls, 11 sheep, 2 sheep-dogs, 4 deer, 6
hares, 7 guinea pigs, 4 pheasants, 4 larks, 1 quail, 1 partridge, 25 cases acid,
for Auckland; and, sundry packages merchandise for Wellington.
The Osprey, which arrived here from the South Sea Island on the 1st instant, reports having spoken, on the 13th of October, the Fortune, Capt. Comstock, of New Bedford, -10 months from Honolulu, with 500 barrels whale oil; also the Herald, Capt. Beebe, 17 months, with 450 barrels sperm ; and, on the 25th of October, off the French Rock, the Seine, of New Bedford, 17 months out.