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The steam-ship British Queen, 3558 tons, Captain R. Wells, left Plymouth last Saturday after having embarked the following emigrants and passengers for New Zealand :- 26 saloon and second-class passengers and 290 steerage passengers. These latter are composed as follows :- 28 married couples, 62 single men, 120 single women, 22 boys, 10 girls, and 13 infants. — Sir Saul Samuel, K.C.M.G. Agent-General for New South Wales, has been informed by telegram of the arrival in Sydney of the ships Sydenham and North, which sailed from Plymouth with emigrants in September last, also of the ship Pericles, which sailed in October. 5.1.1884