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Shipping Intelligence. The ship Mariner, Captain Fotherley, arrived from Ireland, with female prisoners, on Sunday evening. She left the Cove of Cork the 12th March, and brings 112 female prisoners, having lost only one on the passage. A few passengers also came per this opportunity. Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Cochrane, R.N.

Thursday morning last sailed, for England direct, the ship Phoenix, Captain Dixon, with a cargo of wood, wool, oil, and skins---all colonial produce. Passengers, Mrs. Dixon, wife of the commander; Wm. Redfern, Esq; Dr. Goodsir, R.N; Dr. Davis, R.N; Captain Black; Mr. M'Donald; and Mr. and Mrs.. Duncan.

Remain in the harbour, with the French discovery ships La Thetis and L'Esperance; the ships Ardent, John Bull, Harvey, Lalla Rookl, Pocklington, Alfred, and Mariner; the brigs Active, Ann, Governor Phillips, Governor Macquarie, Perserverance, Glory, and Queen Charlotte; and the Lord Liverpool cutter.

By the arrival of the Mariner the Church Establishment becomes increased; the Rev. Mr. Meares, wife, and family, together with a Miss Johnston, being passengers on that vessel.

Messrs. Clements and Thompkins are said to have purchased the brig Glory, for 1000, as well as the wreck of the Nereid cutter, for 70.

The Express of Monday last reposts the melancholy intelligence, per the Mariner, of the recent loss, by conflagration, of the fine 1200-ton ship Kent, east Indiaman off the Irish coast. Only a few of those on board were saved from destruction.

Source: SYDNEY GAZETTE, and New South Wales Advertiser. Published by Authority. VOLUME XXIII. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1825, NUMBER 1130.