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Shipping List -Sydney arrivals and departures to and from NZ ports Oct. 1843 to March 1844

Volume 1, Number 1 (7 October, 1843) page 3
Arrivals: From Bay of Islands, on Sunday, having left the 18th ultimo, the schooner Alligator, 198 tons, Captain Eales, with oil, &c. passengers - Mr Blackett, and sixteen in steerage.

Volume 1, Number 2 (14 October, 1843) page 12
Departures: For the Bay of Islands, Auckland, and Port Nicholson, on Sunday, the schooner Challenger, Capt. Hay. Passengers - Mr Hobson, Mr McLennon, and seven in steerage.

Volume 1, Number 3 (21 October, 1843) page 20
Arrivals: From the South Sea Fishery, on Thursday, having left Sydney, 22nd September, 1841, the barque Pocklington, 240 tons, Captain Hayes, with 700 barrels sperm oil.

Departure: For New Zealand on Wednesday, the schooner Lady Leigh, Captain Cuthbert, with sundries. Passenger - Mr Davis.

Volume 1, Number 4 (28 October, 1843) page 28
Arrivals: From the Bay of Islands, 10th, having left on the 8th instant, the brig City of Sydney, 106 tons, Captain Munro, with sundries. Passengers - Mrs Wilson and two daughters, Mr J. Moses, Mr H. Thompson, Messrs Lawn, Benjamin, Moody, J. and T. O'Neil, Jackson, Keising, and Miller. J.B. Metcalfe, agent.

Departure: For the Bay of Islands and Auckland, on Thursday, the schooner Thomas Lord, Captain Brown, with sundries. Passengers: Mrs Rich and five daughters, Mr and Mrs Watson, Mr Codlin, and Mr Henderson.

For New Zealand, the barque Tyrian, Captain Clarkson, with sundries. Passengers - Mr Israel Joseph, Mr Roberts and Messrs S. and G. Levy.

Volume 1, Number 4 (4 November, 1843) page 36
Arrival: From the South Sea Fishery, yesterday, having left Sydney on the 15th October 1842, the American barque Winslowe, 263 tons, Captain Pease, with 1100 barrels oil.

Departure: For New Zealand via Twofold Bay, the brig Bee, Captain Le Grand, with sundries. passengers - Mr and Mrs Harper and three children.
For Valparaiso, via Port Nicholson, on Tuesday, the ship Frances, Captain Sharp, with cattle, &c. Passengers - Mr Clifford, Mr Bidwell and the Hon. J.B. Stourton, 96th Regiment: and 135 emigrants.
For Nelson, New Zealand, on Wednesday, the cutter Katherine Johnstone, Captain Taylor, with sundries. Passenger - Mr Price.

Volume 1, Number 6 (11 November, 1843) 
Arrival: From the Barrier, New Zealand, on Sunday, having left the 19th ultimo, the brig Tryphena, 147 tons, Captain Houn, with copper ore, &c. Passengers - Dr Burnes, Mr Lambert, and three in the steerage.
From Port Nelson, 16th, and Port Hardy 21st October, the schooner Star of China, 112 tons, Captain Ward, with oil, &c. Passengers - Messrs Perry, Prince, Carter, Hoare, Croake, Stutfield, and Hammond.

From Nelson, New Zealand, on Thursday, having left the 25th ultimo, the ship Emerald Isle, 500 tons, Captain Curling, with troops. Passengers - Captain Nicholson, Lieutenant De Winton, Ensign Piggot, and Lieut. Blackburn, 99th regiment, Dr. Townsend, Mr Turner, Mr Clarke, and Dr. O'Hara, and 99 rank and rifle of the 99th regiment.

Volume 1, Number 7 (18 November, 1843) page 52
Arrivals: From the Bay of Islands on Saturday last, having left on the 19th ultimo, the brig Guide, 147 tons, Captain Pearce, in ballast. Passenger - Mrs Tait.

Volume 1, Number 8 (25 November, 1843) page 60
Arrival: From the Bay of Islands, on Wednesday, having left on the 5th instant, the French sloop of war, Rhin, 24 guns, Commodore Berard.

Volume 1, Number 9 (2 December, 1843) page 68
Arrival: From Tobay, 8th July, Bahia 19th August, and the Cape of Good Hope 14th October, the barque Bangalore, 877 tons, Captain Nelson, with a general cargo. Passengers - Captain Fitzroy, R.N., (Governor of New Zealand,) Mrs Fitzroy, two daughters.
From Auckland, on Monday, having left on 16th instant, H.M.S. North Star, 26 guns, Sir James Everard Home, Bart. C.C., commander.
From Port Nicholson, via Cloudy Bay on Wednesday, having left the former on the 17th and the latter on the 18th instant, the schooner Lady Leigh, 118 tons, Captain Cuthbert, in ballast.
From Auckland, via Bay of Islands, having left the former on the 14th, and the latter on the 21st ultimo, the schooner Thomas Lord, 70 tons, Captain John Brown, with oil, &c.

Departures
For Auckland, New Zealand, on Sunday, the brig Tryphena, Captain Horn, with sundries.
For Port Nicholson, on Monday, the schooner Star of China, Captain Ward, with a general cargo.

By the arrival of the Lady Leigh, on Wednesday, we have been favoured with the Wellington Spectator of November the 15th. Mr John Campbell, protector of Aborigines at Taranaki, died on the 2nd instant. His funeral was attended by most of the officials connected with the Government and the New Zealand Company, and upwards of a hundred natives. Flour was 28 pounds per ton, and meat 10d to 1s per lb; other articles were proportion ably dear. Wages for mechanics per diem, 6s to 8s; labourers 3s to 5s. There was not a vessel at present laid on for this port.

Volume 1, Number 10 (9 December, 1843) page 76
Departures
For Auckland and the Bay of Islands, on Sunday, the brig City of Sydney, Captain Munro, with sundries.
For Port Nicholson, on Wednesday, the schooner Falcon, Captain Finlay, with sundries.
For Port Nicholson, the same day, the brig Wanderer, Captain Burns, with a general cargo.
For Wellington, New Zealand, yesterday, the schooner Lady Leigh, Cuthbert master.

Volume 1, Number 11 (16 December, 1843) page 84
Arrival: From Auckland, on Monday, having left the 19th ultimo, the schooner Ariel, 147 tons, Captain Thomson, with plank and whalebone, &c.
From Auckland via Bay of Islands on Tuesday, having left the former the 22nd and the latter the 19th ultimo, the schooner Deborah, 121 tons, Captain Wing, with plank, &c.

Departures: For Auckland, on Saturday last, H.M. ship North Star, Captain Sir Everard Home.
For Auckoland, on Sunday, the barque Bangalore, Captain Nelson, with part of her original cargo.

Volume 1, Number 12 (23 December, 1843) page 92
Arrival: From Port Nicholson, on Thursday last, having left the 4th instant, the cutter Rover's Bride, 49 tons, Captain Morton, with oils, &c.

Departure: For New Zealand, on Sunday last, the French sloop of war Rhin, Commodore Berard.
For Launceston, on Wednesday last, the schooner Deborah, Captain Wing, with sundries. Passengers - Mrs Watson and two children, and Mr C. Burns.

English Shipping - The Bucephalus was to leave London for Sydney and Auckland early in September.

Volume 1, Number 13 (30 December, 1843) page 100
Arrivals: From Port Nicholson, yesterday, having left on the 10th November, the schooner Oratava, Captain Addams.

Departures:
For New Zealand and Valparaiso, on Thursday last, the barque Christiana, Captain Lyell, with sundries.
For New Zealand, yesterday, the brig Ituna.
For the Bay of Islands and Auckland, yesterday the schooner Thomas Lord.

1844

Volume 1, Number 14 (6 January, 1844) page 108
No NZ arrivals or departures for the week.

Volume 1, Number 15 (13 January, 1844) page 116
No NZ arrivals or departures for the week.

Volume 1, Number 16 (20 January, 1844) page 124
Arrivals:  January 18. The schooner Falcon, 49 tons, Tinlay, master, from Port Nicholson, having left the 1st instant, in ballast.

Sailed: 
12. The cutter Lively, Pearce, master, for Port Nicholson, with sundries.
17. The brig Amelia, McDougall, master, for Auckland, with cattle, &c. 

Volume 1, Number 20 (27 January, 1844) page 132
Arrived. Jan. 23. The brig Tryphena, 131 tons, Horn, master, from the Barrier the 7th, and the Bay of Islands the 11th instant with sundries.

Volume 1, Number 18 (3 February, 1844) page 140
Arrived. Jan. 27. The brig Bee, Captain Le Grand, from Port Nicholson, via Twofold Bay, in ballast.
Jan. 23 The brig City of Sydney, Munroe, master, from Auckland via the Bay of Islands, with sundries.

Volume 1, Number 19 (10 February, 1844) page 147
Arrived: 
Feb. 5 - The schooner Ariel, 72 tons, Browning, master, from the Bay of Islands the 18th ultimo, in ballast.
Feb. 6 - From Port Nelson via Taranaki, on Thursday, having left the former on the 20th. and the latter 27th ultimo, the schooner Star of China, 109 tons, Captain Ward, with sundries.
Feb. 8. From Port Nelson, having left the 25th ultimo, the brig William Stoveld 187 tons, Captain Davidson, with sundries.

Volume 1, Number 20 (17 February, 1844) page 156
Arrived: Feb. 15 - The schooner Thomas Lord, 70 tons, Brown, master, from Auckland via Bay of Islands, the 29th ult., with sundries.

Volume 1, Number 21 (24 February, 1844) page 164  **
Departures: 
Feb. 17. The brig Nimrod, master, for the Bay of Islands and Auckland, with sundries.
Feb. 23. The brig Tryphena, Horn, master, for Auckland and Tahiti, with general cargo.

Volume 1, Number 22 (2 March, 1844) 
Departures: Feb. 25 - The brig City of Sydney, Williams, master, for the Mauritius, with sundries.
Feb. 28 - The cutter Viren, Winter, master, for Auckland, New Zealand with sundries.

English Shipping: The Mary Nixon, Macdonnell, was advertised to sail from London, for Sydney and New Zealand, on the 25th November.

Volume 1, Number 23 (9 March, 1844) page 172
Arrived: From New Zealand, on Saturday last, having left Port Nicholson 2nd, Nelson 10th, and Manakow [sic], the 18th ultimo, the schooner Vanguard, 61 tons, Captain Pilford, with oil, bone, &c.
From Auckland, via Bay of Islands, on Sunday last, having left the former on the 15th, and the latter on the 22nd ultimo, the brig Amelia, 260 tons. McDougall, with sundries.

Departures: For Nelson and Port Nicholson, on Sunday, the schooner Star of China, Captain Ward, with sundries.
For Auckland, on Monday, the barque Isabella Anna, Captain Beard, with a general cargo.

We have lately observed notices of two most audacious frauds upon the revenue, executed in such a manner as to simulate common robbery. In one case several casks of brandy, after having been shipped on board the Ituna for Auckland, and the drawback received, had been emptied of their contents, and the vacuum supplied by salt water.

Volume 1, Number 25 (16 March, 1844) page 188
Arrived: From Port Nicholson, on Tuesday having left the 26th ultimo, H.M.S. North Star, 26 guns, Captain Sir Everard Home, C.B.

Departures
For New Zealand, on Monday, the brig Amelia, Captain McDougall, with sundries.
For the Bay of Islands, on Tuesday, the schooner Thomas Lord, Captain Brown, with sundries.

English Shipping. The Theresa left Deal for New Zealand 13th November.

Volume 1, Number 26 (23 March, 1844) page 196
No NZ arrivals or departures for the week.

Volume 1, Number 27 (30 March, 1844) page 204
Departures: March 26 - The brig Sir Archibald Campbell, Keppell, master, for Singapore, via New Zealand, with sheep and sundries.

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