Arrival of the "Hindoo" and "Higginson".

These fine vessels, the property of Messrs. Humphrey Owen and Son, timber-merchants, of this town, the former commanded by Mr. Richard Hughes, and the latter by Mr. W.H. Owen, second son of the principal owner, arrived here on Tuesday, with a cargo of timber. The Hindoo was towed in by the Cambria steamer, and had occupied in her outward and homeward voyage to and from Quebec, three months and seven days. The Higginson was towed in by the Orion steamer, having occupied in her voyage to and from st. Johns, New Brunswick, two months and twenty days.

Carnavon and Denbigh Herald, December 2, 1848.

Transcribed by Lars Bruzelius.

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