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"John Bartlett" (Barque ) - Colonists to South Australia in 1847

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The barque John Bartlett, 381 tons, Woodward, master, from London on Wednesday, July 28th.

Passengers— in the cabin;

  • Rev. Dr Murphy, Bishop of Adelaide,
  • The Rev. Michael O'Brien
  • Rev. Dennis McGuin
  • Messrs A. Blyth
  • Lavington Glyde
  • Henry Lea
  • Louis Joseph
  • Wo. Charles Stamp, and Mrs Stamp and two children

In the steerage;

  • Francis S. Harris
  • Win. B. Wigleys Heniy Rodwell

Intermediate;

  • Mr & Mrs Dansie, and child, Benj.
  • Rochfort,
  • R. J. Child
  • D. Haynes
  • George and Edward Spicer
  • James Shepherd

IMPORTS.

Cargo of the John Bartlett— 20 bales, 30 cases, Flettand Linklater; 4 cases, 1 bale, 40 casks, Joseph Stilling; 60 casks, Robert Frew; 46 cases, 2 casks, Beck & Co.; 50 cases, 2 casks, 4 mill-stones, H. W. Phillips; 16 cases, 4 hhds., 18 qr.-casks, S. Stocks, junior; 11 bales, 7 cases, A. Foster; 4 cases, A. A. Jaffiray; 20 qr.-casks, 32 octaves, John Newman; 10 cases, J. B-Neales; 10 hhds., Monte fiore & Co.; 3 packages, Rev. Dr. Murphy; 1 box, 2 cases, John Stephens; 40 boxes, C. S. Penny ; 1 case, W. P. Beliner; 1 case, W. Shepherd, junior; 465 packages, W. Younghushand & Co.; 1 case, W. S. Belcher; 12 qr.-casks, 117 cases, Montefiore & Co.; 6 cases, M. Phillipson; 6 casks, 1 case, B. Stephens; 2 cases, A.L. Elder; 20 cases, Were, Todd, & Co.; 1 case, "Order; 1 case, J. Brown; 3 cases, Mr Cooper; 4 bales, Order; 100 boxes, 6 cases, 6 casks, A. Blyth; 5 casks, 3 cases, 5 pairs bellows, 70 packages, 12 bundles, Blyth Brothers; 6 barrels, 5 qr.-casks, J. B. Neales; 1 case, R. Tapley; 20 qr.-casks, 30 hhds., 5 casks, 20 chests, 14 rolls lead, A. Thompson; 1 hhd., 1 qr. cask, John Morphett; 2 cases, G. S. Kingston; 1 case, 1 cask, C. Crace; 3 bales, A. W. F. Grant; 1 box, Miss Worth; 18 barrels, 50 bundles, 10 bags, 3 boxes, 54 bun dles, 9 chests, 13 qr.-casks, 31 bags, 2 casus, 2 cases, Alexander Thompson; 7 packages, Lea; 2 bales, 2bundles, C. G. Everard; 4 cases, 1 bundle, A. Blyth; 2 crates, as ad dressed; 3 packages, 1 cask, E. jD. Acraman; 13 pieces iron, 2 bales, 1 case, W. Giles; 1 trunk, R. F. M'George; 1 case, Government Stores; 7 bales, 18 packages, 1 case, Elder & Co.; 246 bars 16 bundles iron, 20 boxes, 17 cases, 3 bales, 1 mat, W. C. Stamp; 13 bales, 2 boxes, A. L. Elder; 18 cases", 3 boxes, 1 bottle, as addressed; 2 tierces, 8 crates, 8 casks, 49 cases, 10 bales, 33 boxes, L. Joseph ; 31 cases, 4bales, 2 trunks, Burnett Nathan; 21 cases, 6 trunks, 3 bales, 3 packages, 5 crates, 1 cask, Abraham Scott; 20 casks, II cases, 19 ftirnaces, 81 pans and covers, 1 box, 290 bars 25 bundles iron, 23 kegs, 17 bales, 11 bags, 9 weights, 6 anvils, 38 plough shares, 92 arm moulds, 62 pairs bushes, 9 oven mouths, Blyth Brothers; 185 casks, 67 cases, 17 bales, Order ; 11 hhds., 3 cases, 1 tierce, 1 pack age, A. L. Elder & Co.; 2cases,2boxes, Edwd. Stephens; 30 octaves, A. Scott; 144 camp ovens, 145 covers, 7 hhds., 24 qr.-casks, 102 cases, A. L. Elder; 1 case 6 packages, N. P. LeBair; 1 trunk, S. L. Phillips; 80 qr.-casks powder, 31 cases, .11 casks, C. & F. J. Beck & Co.; 50 packages, 2 hhds., G. Trimmer; 20qr.-barrels powder, Blyth Brothers; 17 rams, A. Forster; 351 bam, 40 bundles, 26 bales, Thos. Shepherd; 9 plates, 1 package, 1 box steel, Robert Shep herd;.! scale, 1 beam, 6 weights, Thomas Shepherd; 181 deals, G. W. Woodward; 1 parcel, as addressed; 1 hhd. British gin, 2 casks china, G. W. Woodward.

EXPORTS.

Cargo ofthe 18 bandies twine, 39 coils rope, 6 cases caster oil, G. Hall; 100 bags sugar, J. F. Bennett; 3 cases apparel, 1 hamper, 1 jar seeds, 4 boxes apparel, 1 package trees, Were, Todd, and Co.; 200 bags sugar, J. Newman; 10 casks, 2 cases wine, 1 bale, 1 package drapery, G. M. Waterhouse; 5 cases, 8 bales drapery, 9 cases salad oil, 8 cases mustard, 98 bags sugar, Montefiore & Co.; 1 box nutmegs, 1 bag sago, 2 cases pickles, J. F. Bennett; 1 box books, Goold..

Cargo of the Timbo.—10 hales hops, 18 bundles twine, Joshua; 27 cases gin, P. Levi; 4 caries peas, E. J. Lindsay ; 15° barrels Stockholm tar, 5 barrels Stockholm pitch, 5 barrels resin, 44 bars iron, J. F Bennett.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (1847, July 31). Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), p. 8. Retrieved January 10, 2016, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article158924639


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