From returns furnished by the Government Emigration Oilice, we learn that in the March quarter of the year 1857, 53 ships, of an aggregate tunnage of 73,3G0 tuns, left Liverpool for the United States, carrying 273 cabin and 16,453 steerage passengers ; in the June quarter, 90 ships, of 126,517 tuns, with 632 cabin and 45,311 steerage passengers ; in the September quarter, 52 ships of 75,325 tuns, with 828 cabin and 53,111 steerage passengers ; and in the last quarter, 37 ships, of 53,033 tuns, with 376 cabin and 10,611 steerage passengers—making an aggregate for the year of 232 ships, 328,235 tuns, conveying 2,108 cabin and 95,486 steerage passengers. To Canada direct, in the June quarter, 12 ships, of 12,211 tuns, with 6 cabin and 4,818 steerage passengers; and in the September quarter, 3 ships, of 2,990 tuns, with 6 cabin and 1,083 steerage passengers—making a total to Canada of 15 ships, 15,201 tuns, carrying 12 cabin and 5,901 steerage passengers. To New Brunswick, 1 ship, of i)G6 tuns, was dispatched in the June quarter, with 7 cabin and 70 steerage passengers.—-Ex-change.