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Shipping arrivals (misc) -South Australia

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MARCH 21 - The Brig Dawsons, Capt. Price from London 3rd September, and King George's Sound 9th instant, with general cargo. Passengers - Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and 6 children, Mrs. Hassell, Mr. Young, Mrs. Collier and L. Pain.

Southern Australian (Adelaide, SA : 1838 - 1844), Wednesday 27 March 1839, page 3


July 20.—The brig Prince Albert, 195 tons. Craib, master, from the Cape of Good Hope. Passengers— Mr and Mrs Lazarus and Mr Robertson in the cabin; and W. Pope and Mr Cothral in the steerage.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (1844, July 27). Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), p. 2.


The barque Robert Henderson, 368 tons, Toohig master, from London. Passengers—Mr Wm. Mills and two children; Mrs Anna Mills, Miss E. Selby, Edward Shakel, J. Finch wife and seven children.

1849 'SHIPPING.', South Australian Gazette and Mining Journal (Adelaide, SA:1847 - 1852), 27 December, p. 3.


IMMIGRANTS PER ALNWICK CASTLE. J. Armstrong, 34, Bricklayer, wife and two children; J. Buckton, 30, agricultural labourer, wife and four children; J. Bright, 31, carpenter, and wife; W. Cull, 24, carpenter ; T. Duffall, 24 agricultural labourer; S. Davis 24? mason; J. Ford, 30, baker, wife and child; T. Godfrey, 31, agricultural labourer; G. Herring, 24, carpenter; D. Jones, 31, agricultural labourer; J: Martin, 20; agricultural labourer; S. Meadows, 22, bricklayer; M. Murphy, 24, railway labourer; E. Scholey, 17, agricultural labourer; G. Smith, 21, agricultural labourer, and wife ; A. Smith, 28, agricultural labourer ; W. Williams, 28, navy.

IMMIGRANTS PER ALNWICK CASTLE. (1877, April 21). South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), p. 6. Retrieved February 7, 2016


Saturday, December 19. Britannia, steamer (P. and O. Line), (1,257 tons, Julius Orman, master, from Loudon November 13, Gibraltar 17th, Malta 20th, Brindisi 22nd, Port Said 25th, Aden 30th, Colombo December C, Albany lGth. Fred. Buckland, purser. Elder, Smith, and Co., City and Port, agents. Passengers: For Adelaide—Messrs. Sandover, Baird, and Morgan, Misses Sandover, McCulloch, and Boothby, Lady R. Morgan (first saloon), Mrs. James, Mr. J. Hunter, Mr. J. Watt, Mrs. Bogle and two children, Messrs. Masteraon, Grieve, Chay Ting, and Chaw Chow L(second saloon); from Albany, Rev. W. R. Fletcher, and Messrs. E. Bromberg and J. Blackbourne (first saloon), and F. Hana (second saloon); also the following in the first saloon for other colonies.

SHIPPING. (1891, December 26). Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904), p. 20.



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