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"Victoria" (Barque) - European Pioneers to South Australia - 1848

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The barque Victoria, 390 tons, Captain J.H.O. Meyer, from Hamburg, Germany 15th June 1848, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 6th November 1848

South Australian Register Tuesday 7th November 1848

Monday November 06-the barque Victoria 390 tons, J.H.O. Meyer from Hamburg, 15th June & Rio de Janeiro 31st August. Passengers: cabin.— S. A. Butefish ; H. W. Gravenhorst ; T. Landmann ; Maurice Whyle ; Alice Whyle ; Henry Abrahams ; Benjamin Amsberg ; Rose Amsberg ; Frederick Amsberg and Hermann Behr, surgeon. Passengers: steerage.— 9 carpenters ; 6 clerks ; 35 agriculturalists ; 4 shoemakers ; 2 shepherds ; 2 cabinetmakers ; 2 mechanics ; 2 smiths ; 2 tailors ; 1 house servant ; 1 turner ; 1 schoolmaster ; 1 organist ; 1 millwright ; 1 tanner ; 1 baker ; 1 vintner ; 1 jeweller ; 1 druggist ; 1 upholterer ; 1 pastor ; 1 weaver ; 1 saddler ; 1 missionary ; 1 soap boiler ; 56 females ; 71 [children]

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