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SHIP NEWS. CARDIFF. ARRIVED.—The Thomas Tyson, Wylie, from Riche- bucto, with timber; the Bates, Waiters, the Friends, fl odd, the Ebenezer, Vaughan, and the Merthyr Pacnet, Evuns, from Bristol, the Venus, Gulliford, from Bnllgwater, the Mars, Gay, from Bideford, the Dolphin, Rolls, from Sydney, the Harriet and Ann, Morgan, from Carmarthen, the Jane. Paynter, from Neath, and the G.eaner, Morgan, from Gloucester, with sundries eight in ballast. SAILED.-The Favourite, Owens, for Ronen, the Ariel, Hepburn, for Oporto, the Favourite, Jones, the Eunice, Williams, the Cornet, Head, and the Hope, Turner, for Liverpool, the Jessie, Lewis, for Cork, the Fame. Williams, for Belfast, the Velox, James, Downpatrick, the Memuon, Williams, and the Redwing, Stewart, for Loudon, all with iron; the Fame, Thomas, the Mars, Gay, and the Friend- ship, Fisher, for Bideford, the Puttam, the Matilda, Fry, and the Blessing, Duddridge, for Bristol, the Venus, Gulleford, for Bridgewater, the George, Hayes, for Truro, and the William, Clampitt, for Sully, au wjth Coals. „ NEWPORT. N E ARRIVED.—The John and Mjry, Bryant, the Sisters, Fisher, the New Parliament, Brabyn, the Friends,Brabyn, the Industry, Thomas, the Swift, Parker, the Friends, Hole, with corn and flour; the Margaret, Williams. the Cacjilla.Hair, the Fame, M'ayne.theCardift Packet,Hughes, lhei|'redegar, Harwood, the Mary, Coombs, the George, Johns, the Bristol Packet, Scott, the Carleon, Saer, the Moderator, Jjhns, and the Ann, Brown, with sundries. SAILED—The Diamond, Huxtable, the ladntry, Thomas, the Fame, Davies, the John, Newman, the Olive Branch, Peters, with iron and tin plates; the Elizabeth and Sarah, Mills, and the Jane, Owens, with iron cinders; the BristolPacket, Scott, the Carleon, Saer, the Moderator, Johns, the Mary, Coombs, the Tredegar, H arwood, the George Johns, all with sundries. SWANSEA. ARRIVED.—The John, Gills, from Gloucester, with fruit;.the Aedaisa, Evans, from Carnarvon, with wheat; the Tucker, Lowther, from Waterford, with flour; the Endeavour, Rowlands, from Pool, with pipe-clay; the Nightingale, Brooks, from Gloucester, with fruit; the Phoenix, Lodge, and the Eleanor, George, from Bristol, the Mert, Paddon. snd the Robert and Mary, Gribble, from Barnstaple, the Sarah, Pocket, fr^m Gloucester, and the Ceres, Slocombe, from Waterford, all with sundries.- Twenty with copper ore. MILFORD. ARRIVED.-The-Claikson, Irvin, from Ricliebucto for Hull; the Cosmo, Thompson, for New York, the Maria, Lewis, sor Rouen, and the Earl Kingston, Hichards, for Milford, from Bristol. SAILED—A large tieet of coasters for Ireland, the wind having shifted round to N.E. FROM FRIDAY S LONDON GAZETTE. DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. James Fricker, dealer, Kingston-upon-Thames. BANKRUPTS. Wiliani Shepherd, manufacturer of waterproof articles, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire- William Rolfe, tailor, Dean-street, Soho. William Salter Castell, printer, Piccadilly. James Robberds, money-scri\eaer, Norwich. lien,-y Hippolite Fiagnicre, coffee-housekeeper, strand Thomas Atkinson, juu. lime-burner, Knottingley, York. William and JoshuaFirth, manufacturers of finey goods, Shefield. John Humphrey, innholder, Weedon Beck, Northamp- tonshire. Robert Hutton, linen draper, Leeds. Bickford Hele Phillips and John Searle, ship-owners, Totnes, Devonshire. William Kingsford, paper-manufacturer, Buckland, Kent. CERTIFICATES.—JAN. 24. J. E. C. Bcntley, curiosity-dealer,Wigmore-street, Caven- dish-square—T. Barns, tailor, Jermyn-street, St- James s -i A. Richardson, wine-meichant, Adam-street, Adelphi -J. Lancaster, builder, Aherdeen-place, Edgwar-roa- J. Johnson, linen-draper, Warwick-J. Mayne, victualler West Smitiilield. FROM TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE. DECLARATION OF INSOLVENCY. John Joseph Uoutledge, High Hnlborn, haberdasher, BANKKU Pi S. Robert Shea and Thomas Piutl, Great Pultnej-street, Golden-square, tailors. James Garnott, Chiswell-street, hat-manufacturer. Duvid Hamilton, Nicholas-iaue, Lbiubard-street, tailor. John Hartley, sen., Upper House, Bowling, Yorkshire, gardener. John Barnett, Birmingham coach-proprietor. Richard Alsop, Eccleshall, Staffordshire, miher. J hn Roberts, Carnarvon, merchanr. John Williams, Bath, veterinary-surgeon. James Dingiev, Birmingham, haberdasher. ° ceit'ri FICA I'ES.-JAN. 2d, W. Rose, Warwick, printer.—R. Croggou. Hartholomw- lane, aucti..meer,-S. Wells, St. AIban's, carpenter. LOSS of the WATER WITCH STEAM PACKET. The Water Witch steamer, Capt. Stacey, from Bristol to Waterford. was totally lost on Wednesday se'nuight in a fog off Ballyhaly, 011 the-.Wexford coast, when eight persons perished—Mr. Smith of Headborough, county Waterford, his sister, Miss Smith, a relative of that name, and h?r servant, the mate and three of the crew. The Water Witch was a very fine vessel, and but recently built at an-expense of 12,000?. She ttas perhaps the fastest sailing vessel that ever floated.—" The most intense anxiety pre- vailed in Waterford on Saturday last (says the Water- ford Mail) for the safety of the passengers aud crew of the above vessel, commanded by Capt. Stacey, from a report which had reached Waterftird early on that day, that the vessel had been strawled on the county of Wexford coast, at a place called Ballyhaly. .0 In the course of the evening, Mr. Bogan, agent to the steamers that ply between this place and Bristol, received a letter from Mr. Powell, agent to Lloyd's, residing at Wexford, confirming the above statement. Immediately on the receipt of the letter, Mr. Bogan, together with a few of the proprietors, immediately proceeded to the place named, 10 render every as- sis'auce that could be given." The bodies of the mate and the three seamen above mentioned have been washed ashore.






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