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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.
Revenue Cruiser—Lady of the Lake, Mr. Spracklin, Commander. Inspecting Commanders—Lymington, Capt. J. G. Harrison, R.N. Gosport
Capt. A. Oakes, R.N.
Coast Officers—Lymington, Mr. G. Grunsell. Christchurch, Mr. N. Brook.
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The hours of business at the Custom House Long Room are from nine in the morning until three in the afternoon.
In the Landing Department, the hours are from eight in the morning until four in the afternoon, except for the examination of baggage, when t he hours are from six in the morning until eight at night.
All goods can be imported into the Port of Southampton; also Tea, from China, via Egypt and the Mediterranean.
The Imports into Southampton are very considerable, consisting of the most valuable productions of the East and West Indies, China, Egypt, Turkey, Italy, and France.
The Collector of Customs issues, by authority, on Tuesday and Friday Mornings, the Bill of Entry for the Port of Southampton. This publication furnishes an Abstract of the Customs' Entries, from official sources, and is delivered to Merchants, Traders, and others, at an annual subscription of £1 J Is. 6d.


PILOTAGE.—PORT OF SOUTHAMPTON.
SUB-COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE.
Samuel Price Edwards, esq. David Corke. FIRST-CLASS PILOTS.
Richard Bowen, H amble John Faulkner, 1, Vyse-lane James Lebern, Itchen Ferry Nathaniel Roberton, Melbourne-st. Robert Hurst, 2, CanaLwalk Edwin Waters, No. 21, College-st.
John Heathcote, Itchen Ferry Robert Pierce, St. John's-court James Ockleford, Coburg-yard Chas. Edw. Roucliffe, St. John's-ct. William Goodridge, St. John's-ct. James Bowyer, 9, Briton-street
SECOND-CLASS PILOTS.
James Purkis, Redbridge Charles Marsh, St. Mary's-street Henry Powell, Paget-street John Nichols, West Quay Pollet Parker, Cracknore Hard John Kitchin, Eling
Henry Nichols, Castle-court William Bullmore, French-street Edward, Jurd, Itchen Ferry William Seymour, Manchester-st. Joseph Oliver, French-street George Tubbs, 2, Eldon-terrace
BOARD OF ADMIRALTY.—MAIL PACKET DEPARTMENT.
Office in Winkle Street.
Admiralty Superintendent—Captain Sir John Gordon Sinclair, bart., R.N. Superintendent's Secretary—J. W. Ancell, esq.
The following naval officers are connected with this department as Admiralty agents :—Lieutenants Langton, Inglis, Davies, South, Wilkinson, Griffith, Percival, Brown, Ray, Wilson, Newenham, Densten, Strover Brady, Tancock, D'Aranda, Rainier, Stead, Lloyd, Kiddle, Hay, Dennehy Cull, Strugnell, and Freer.
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