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PRE 1839 - foreigners in New Zealand

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the following is from the excellent site: PRE 1839, FOREIGNERS IN NZ where you will find a list of names of the early visitors, passenger lists, etc



Passenger lists etc

1. Sydney Gazette and NSW Advertiser; Sunday November 17,1805

On Friday a party of the Military attended by Mr. Redmond, and several constables went round to Broken Bay, in order to make strict search on board the ships lying there, the Ann and Ann and Eliza, for persons who may have found means to secrete themselves in those vessels; which were expected to sail yesterday for the coast of New Zealand.

2. Sydney Gazette and NSW Advertiser; May 26, 1805.
General Orders.

Whereas a number of Otateitans and Sandwich Islanders have been brought from Otaheite by the Harrington Letter of Marque and two Spanish Vessels she took out ot the Ports of Coquimbo and Caldera,for the purpose of manning them ; and several New Zealanders being brought here and left by South Sea Whalers from the East Coast of that Island; and it being intended by the Persons who have hitherto been allowed to frequent the Islands in Bass's Straits to send some of these credulous people to that place, where their Treatment and Return are very suspicious and doubtful; and in being of the utmost consequence to the interest and safety of Europeans frequenting those Seas, and more particularly the South Sea Whalers, that these people should suffer no ill Treatment, but on the contrary, experience every kindness until they can return to their native country: It is therefore hereby strictly forbid sending any Otaheitan, Sandwich Islander or New Zealander from this Settlement to any Island or other part of this Coast, on any Sealing or other Voyage; or to any place to the Eastward of Cape Horn.
All Masters of Ships, Foreign as well as English are hereby forbid taking away any such Otaheitann, Sandwich lslander or New Zealander from hence without the Governor's permission in writing; which will not be given unless with a certainty of the Masters taking them to the Islands they belong to.

During their stay here, those whose service they are employed in are not to beat or ill use them; but if their Employers, or those who brought them to this Colony are not able to maintain and employ them, they are to report it to the Governor, who will take measures for their employment and maintenance until they can be sent home.

And it is to be clearly understood, that all such Otaheitans, &c. are protected in their properties, claims for wages, and the same redress as any of His Majesty's Subjects. Government House, Sydney May 26th, 1805

3. Sydney Gazette and NSW Advertiser; Sunday 12 April 1807

On Thursday the sloop Commerce returned from the Penantipodes, where she received on board 39,000 cured skins for the London market, and will prosecute her voyage as soon as she has undergone some requisite repair, having suffered much damage by stress of weather, and her upper works proving very leaky.
She touched on that part of the coast of New Zealand which is governed by our late visitor Tip pa hee ; where Captain Bierney was given to understand that the Venus, which was piratically seized and taken away from Port Dalrymple, had been there, and Kelly left behind with Lancashire ; that the former had been taken by the master of the Britannia, and went home a prisoner ; that the latter had also been made prisoner, and was taken away in The Brothers. The vessel is supposed to be still wandering about the coast, as she had no navigator on board ; and no possible prospect can present itself to those that remain in her, but to perish by the hands of the natives, or to fall into the hands of justice. The old chief behaved with his usual frankness and civilty, and produced to the captain presents of ?????, and whatsoever else the place affords. ???? maize which he took from here he ????? ??? was gratified in the promise of an excellent return : latally, however, a horde of his male subjects fell upon his little corn field when the cob had about three parts filled, and in one night devoured every grain. Opposing perseverance to this ???? mischance, he applied his whole reserved stock to the designs of agriculture, and has succeeded to his wish.

3. 3rd February 1838, Sydney Gazette,
The following passengers proceed to New Zealand in the schooner Hannah; Hay master : Mr.and Mrs Barnett and child, Mr. Thomas Day, Mr. John Sipet, Mr. William Hatchett, Mr. D. O'Cormick, Mr. J. Tamer, Mr. Arthur Elliott, Mr. Thomas Marshall, Mr. J. Barrett, Mr. Thomas Halligan, Mr. George Gibson, Mr. Love, wife, and 2 children, Mr. Daymond, Mr. J. Monday, and 1 New Zealander.

4. Sydney Gazette 3rd February 1838. The schooner Speculation, John Ennard master, has cleared for New Zealand. Mrs. Ennard and 2 children, and Mr. and Mrs. Colley proceed as passengers.

5. Sydney Gazette 13th October 1838.
The ship Coromandel, lately arrived with emigrants to this colony, being too large to to on the patent-slip will be hove down alongside Walkers wharf in order to have her bottom examined and repaired. Mr White, late of the Wesleyan Missionary Society, who came out as passenger in her, freights her home with spars, &c., from New Zealand. He is accompanied to Hokianga by Mr and Mrs Forsaith and by Dr Day, who came out in the vessel as medical superintendent.

6. The Sydney Gazette, 15th November 1838,
Passengers per Janet Izat, from New Zealand. Cabin-Mr. Thomas Bolton, and Mr. and Mrs. Madens. Steerage, John Wilkie, Mrs. Wyld, John Duncan, John Keasey and John Bailey.

7. Sydney Gazette, 13th February 1838.
The barque Neptune, Nagle master, sailed on Sunday for Valparaiso via New Zealand. Passengers : Mr. Willis, Mr. Peter M'Kerr, wife and 6 children, and Captain Salmon.

8. Sydney Gazette, 29th December 1838.
From Stewart's Island New Zealand, same night, whence she sailed the 10th instant, the Jerque Magnet, 148 tons, Captain James Bruce with 70 tuns black oil, 13 tons whalebone, and 3 ton flax. Passengers, cabin, Mr. E. Palmer, and Dr. Coscome. Steerage, one whaling gang, consisting of 20 men. Agent, Mr. J. Jones.

9. Sydney Gazette, 14th April 1838.
Arrived from the Society, Friendly, and Fejee Islands, (New Zealand), whence she sailed the 1st instant,the schooner Jess, Captain Wilson, with oil and flax. Passengers, Chevalier Dillon, Prince Tuha Tutui of the Friendly Islands, Mr. and Mrs. McMullin, Mr. John Redman, Mr. and Mrs. Muhony, and child, and nine natives of the Fejee Islands.

10. Sydney Gazette, 19th June 1838.
Arrived the brig Brasil Packet, 170 tons, Burchell, master, from New Zealand the 24th May ; cargo, timber. Passenger, Mrs. Burchell.

11. Sydney Gazette 16th October 1838.
Arrived from the Bay of Islands, New Zealand on Saturday last, whence she sailed the 29th, the schooner Currency Lass, Captain Davies with cargo of flax, port, oil, maize etc., Passengers Mr Allan Cunningham, (Colonial Botanist), Mr Alexander Busby (Brother of the Consul of New Zealand), Mrs Sargant, Miss Gray, Mr Jones, Mr Boyle, Mr Holdane, Mr Brown, Mr Rutledge.

12. Sydney Gazette 11th December 1838.
We are told also that several of the Emigrants who arrived on the bounty in the Emigrant ship Coromandel were taken down in the same ship to New Zealand by Mr. ex-Missionary White and his partner who had chartered the vessel. It clearly never could have been intended that labour should be furnished to other Colonies at our expense

13. Sydney Gazette 13th November 1838.
Arrived from Kapiti, New Zealand yesterday whence she sailed the 28th October, the schooner Hannah, Captain W. Hay with 55 tuns black oil and 6 tons whalebone. Passenger, James Field.

14. Colonial Times (Hobart) 30th January 1838.
Died - At Waingaroo, New Zealand, the 7th of August, Mr THOMAS LONSDALE,third son of Mrs. H. C. Darling, aged 24 years, after a lingering illness, which he endured with Christian fortitude.

15. Colonial Times (Hobart) 13th November 1838.
Arrived the brig Britannia, Gibson, master, from New Zealand. Passengers, Mr Tulloch, Mr and Mrs Jones.

16. Sydney Gazette 13th December 1838.
Departed for Cloudy Bay, New Zealand, yesterday, the schooner Dublin Packet, Captain Wells, with stores. Passengers, Mr Joseph Price, Mr Thomas Brown, Mr William Wood, Mr James King, Mr Juan Mendavies and Mr Samuel Allday. Steerage, Charles Rudford, James Nowlan, Robert Sellott, George Vason and one New Zealand woman.

17. Sydney Gazette 13th January 1838.
The brig Nimrod, Captain Bennett arrived yesterday evening from Hokianga. Passengers Miss Hargraves, Mr Henry Stiles and Mr Sprowl Anderson.

18. Sydney Gazette 14th August 1838.
From Wycavette and Preservation Bay, New Zealand, the brig Bee, Captain Hunter. Passengers, Mr Thomas Jones, wife and two children.

19. Colonial Times (Hobart) 21st August 1838.
By the Currency Lass, we learn, that a native of Hokianga, New Zealand, after a fair trial before his chief, had been condemend and shot by his own tribe for wilful murder of a white man.

20. Sydney Gazette, 27th November 1838.
New Zealand, Bay of Islands. The French whaler La Fanehe has undergone a thorough repaint and is now ready for sea, she received the greatest assistance from the French frigate Venus. The Roman Catholic Bishop has arrived from Hokianga, and is about purchasing land in the vicinity of Hokianga for the purposes of building a church. The natives have disposed of all the town allotments and Karorarika is becoming a flourishing village. The proprietors are laying their allotments out in streets. Commodore Du Petit Thoire has been actively engaged in surveying this harbour and has discovered a small rock in the middle of the entrance of Tapoona with not more than ten feet of water on the top. Captain Salmon is making great improvements on the island of Muterroer, he has laid the island out in enclosed fields and intends to erect a good dwelling near to his present homestead. It is the intention of Captain Inkstone, of the Mary Ann, who lately sailed for England, to return immediately and become a settler in the Bay, having made large purchases of land for that purpose. The property of the late Messrs. Heggie and Buchanan, latelry sold by order of the British Resident, and the proceeds handed over to him, realizd good prices. Mr Williams of the Church Mission, sailed on the Columbine schooner for Mercury Bay a few days ago, either to visit his mission station there or otherwise for a cargo of pigs and potatoes. The natives to the Southward are again in a state of warfare in consequence of the depredation committed on the brig Highlander, Captain John Lovitt, of Hobart Town. Moflower demands payment, being an old acquaintance of Lovitt, and the E Bouker, chief of the tribe adjoining the East Cape, being absent at the time of the robbery on the visit to the Bay, declines returning until such time the affair is settled. It is also said the natives of the Hokianga are determined to revenge the death of their Chief E Pee, who was killed in the last fray here about sixteen months back.

21. Mr and Mrs Rodgers and Mrs Conroy were on the brig Trial' which was attacked at Kennedy's Bay, Coromandel in May 1815. They were servants brought over by Samuel Marsden to the Missionary Establishment in the Bay of Islands and were returning to Sydney. The Brothers took them as passengers. See the transcription of the article.

22. Sydney Gazette Tuesday 23rd February 1836.
For New Zealand on Saturday last, the schooner Industry, Captain Shelton with sundries. Passengers Mr Guard, Mrs Guard and three children. Thomas Evans, John Richards, John Lamont, Robert Fife, Norton Harris, Thomas Lad, Charles Gerrson, John Webb and Francis Christian.

23. Sydney Gazette Tuesday 15th March 1836.
From the Bay of Islands, New Zealand same day whence she sailed the 25th ultimo, the schooner Jess, Captain Hay with timber, potatoes, tallow and salt pork. Passengers, Mr Stewart McCullum and Mr Joseph Moore?

24. Sydney Gazette Tuesday, 5th April 1836.
From New Zealand on Saturday last, whence she sailed the 14th ultimo, the schooner Active, Captain Wishart, with flax and whalebone. Passengers, Mrs Busby and three children, Mr Scott, James Ryrie, Esq., Mr Parrot, Mrs Parrot and child.

25. Sydney Gazette Thursday 7th April 1836.
From New Zealand same day, the cutter Jolly Rambler, Captain Griffin with a general cargo of New Zealand produce. Passengers, Richard Horsely and Thomas Porter.

26. Sydney Gazette Tuesday 12th April 1836.
For New Zealand on Saturday last, the barque Patriot, Captain Shorter, with Sundries. Passengers, Rev. Mr Ferrier and family. Mr Butler, Mrs Buller, Mr Monk and family and Captain Eastmure.

27. Sydney Gazette Saturday 23rd April 1836.
From New Zealand on Wednesday last, having left the Bay of Islands the 5th instant, the schooner Harlequin, Captain Anderson, with potatotes, corn and flax. Passengers, Messrs, Thomas Churnside, James Byrnes, William Pearce and Daniel Taber.

28. Sydney Gazette Tuesday 10th May 1836.
From New Zealand on Friday last, whence she sailed the 20th April, the schooner Dublin Packet. Captain Leatheart with sundries. Passenger W McNeice, Esq.

29. Sydney Gazette Thursday 28th July 1836.
For New Zealand on Tuesday last, the schooner Currency Lass, Captain Edwards, with sundries. Passengers, Mr Bedgood, Mrs Bedgood and two children, Mr James Greenaway, Miss Bloomfield, Mr Black and Mr Shepherd.

30. Sydney Gazette Thursday 18th August 1836.
From New Zealand on Monday last, whence she sailed the 1st instant, the brig Martha, Captain Creek with oil, whalebone etc. Passengers, Rev. Mr White, Mrs White and child and Miss Payne.

31. Sydney Gazette Tuesday 8th November 1836. Private letters have been received in Sydney stating the safe arrival of the Stirlingshire at Port Phillip, which vessel when last heard of was lying at George Town bound for New Zeland. Some of the passengers complain of the treatment they received on the passage down, which created much annoyance on board. We have heard several particulars, but decline for the present going into detail.

32. Sydney Gazette 19th November 1836.
From New Zealand on Thursday last, whence she sailed the 30th ultimo, the barque Lynx, Captain Shaw with oild and whalebone. Passengers, Peter Nott and Patrick Hastings. From same place, same day, whence she sailed the 31st ultimo, the brig Hind, Captain Wyatt with oil ect. Passengers, Captain Collins and Mrs Fowler and child. From same place, yesterday, whence she sailed the 2nd instant, the schooner Sydney Packet, 65 tons, Captain Bruce, with black oil, whalebone etc. Passengers, Mr Edward Palmer, Mr James Spencer and Mr David Burman in the cabin. James Davis and Peter Davis is steerage.

33. Sydney Gazette 22 November 1836.
For London via New Zealand, the ship Lord Goderich, Captain Wetherell with sundries. Passengers, Mr J.T. Wilson, Lamson and Leonard Esqrs., the Rev T. White, Mrs White and child, Mr Falwasser, Master Falwasser, Mrs Moual, James Lord and D Steel.

34. Sydney Gazette Thursday 1st December 1836.
From New Zealand, on Tuesday last, whence she sailed the 17th instant, the brig Mediterranean Packet, 151 tons, Captain Green, with sperm and black oil, maize etc. Passenger James Thompson, seaman. (The Sydney Herald also has a Mr Flegg on this journey).

35. Sydney Gazette 6th December 1836.
The MicMac has cleared for New Zealand since our last. The following passengers proceed with her; Messrs. Palmer, Spencer, J Davis, P Davis, Samuel Cooper, Buernurn and J Deven.

36. Colonial Times, Hobart, Tuesday 15th March 1836.
We recommend the Company not to expect shares to be taken in Van Diemen's Land, for if taken, there will not one be paid for; because food must be purchased and there is no money now left for anything but absolute necessaries of life. As soon as the steam boats start, we will (provided the passage money be moderate), guarantee full cargoes of passengers from Van Diemen's Land for their is scarcely a man, woman or child in the Island who would not, most willingly, abandon the settlement for New South Wales. At present, the people are flocking to New Zealand and Port Phillip; but the Colonists wish to live under a British Government and British laws, and would,if they could pay the passage money, prefer New South Wales as their adopted country.

37. The Hobart Town Courier Friday 18th March 1836.
The schooner Industry sailed on Monday for Hokianga, New Zealand, passengers Mr and Mrs Oakes, family and servant, Mr Rogers.

38. The Hobart Town Courier Friday 22nd April 1836.
The Chalcedony, United States ship, Capt ? returned to Sydney from New Zealand and the Society Islands with coconut oil and potatoes etc. Passengers, Mr Polack and the Chevalier Peter Dillon.


39. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser Tuesday 26th February 1839

For the Bay of Islands, the brig Nimrod, Capt Bennett, with sundries. Passengers, the Rev. Mr Taylor and two children, Messrs. Sampson, W Wilson, Prout, Thorp, Leggett, J. Milne, Patterson and one New Zealander.

40. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 12th October 1839

From New Zealand on Thursday last whence she sailed the 18th ultimo, the cutter Aquilla, 40 tons, Captain Francis with pork and potatoes. Passengers Messrs. Elmsley and Cohen.

41. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 28th January 1840

From New Zealand yesterday having left Port Nicholson on the 4th and the Bluffs 10th instant, the schooner Success, 82 tons, Captain Catlin, with 2 tons whalebone. Passengers Messrs. Jones and Eskett, and five New Zealand Chiefs.

42. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 24 January 1839

The Currency Lass sails this day for the the Bay of Islands, New Zealand. Passengers, Mr J. C. Bedwell, Mr Uhr, Mr Moody, Mrs Moody and one child, Mrs Davies and Mr Charles Jones.

43. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 3rd January 1839

For the Bay of Islands on Tuesday last, the schooner Jess, Captain Clayton with sundries. Passengers, Mrs Wood, Mr Cook, Mr Blucket, Mr Norman, Mr Davis, Mr Holman and Mr Parry.

44. Sydney Herald 4th February 1839

From New Zealand on Friday last having sailed the 17th January, the Dublin Packet, Wells master, cargo 74 tons black oil and 12cwt. whalebone. Passengers, Mr Guyton, Joseph Horden and John Cruze.

45. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 12th February 1839

From New Zealand on Saturday last, whence she sailed the 21st ultimo, the brig Bromleys, 220 tons, Capt. Knox, with oil, maize, whalebone, pork, and timber. Passengers, Messrs. William Richards, William Wilson, and John Jones.

46. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 21st February 1839

From Kapiti New Zealand yesterday whence she sailed the 27th ultimo, the schooner Hannah 90 tons, Captain hay, with 25 tons black oil, half a ton of whalebone and a small quanitity of flax. Passengers, Mr Ferraby and Mr Allan and five New Zealanders.

47. The Hobart Town Courier Friday 15th March 1839

On the 11th, the bark James, Todd, for New Zealand, passengers, Rev Mr and Miss Busby, Mr and Mrs Ironsides, Mr and Mrs Creed, Mr Stone, Mr Ward, Mr Manning, Mr and Mrs Wellbank, Mr Oliver. (Tourists??)

48. The Sydney Herald 22nd March 1839

For New Zealand Wednesday last, the brig Bee, Captain Anderson, with a whaling gang. Passengers, Mr Allen and Mr Bolton.

49. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 4th April 1938

From the Bay of Islands the schooner Currency Lass, Captain Davies. Passengers Mr Campbell, Mr White, Mr Mowbray and Mrs Davies.

50. Sydney Herald 10 April 1939

For the Bay of Islands, the schooner Currency Lass, Captain Davies. Passengers, Captain Milne, Mr Douglass and Mr James.

51. Sydney Herald 22nd April 1839

From New Zealand (Bay of Islands) having left the 6th instant, the brig Skerne, Captain Catlin, Passengers, Mr Clement, Mr P Dillon, Mr William Ellis and Mr William Deares.

52. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 27th April 1839

From the Bay of Islands on Thursday last, whence she sailed the 10th intant, the French barque Justine 265 tons, Captain Bernard with 18 tons potatoes from New Zealand and 300 bushels of Chilian barley. Passengers Messrs Abercrombie and Uhr, Monsieur le Comte Traliski (late of the Polish Army) and Mr Rowe, late navigator of the whaling barque Proteus.

53. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 4th May 1839

From the Bay of Islands yesterday whence she sailed the 15th ultimo, the schooner Jess, Captain Clayton with 100 bushels of maize, 40 tons black oil, half a ton of whalebone and 25 casks fat. Passengers Mr and Mrs Fairclough, Mr Gray and two New Zealanders

54. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 11th May 1839

From Hokianga, New Zealand yesterday whence she sailed the 28th ultimo, the barque Francis Speight, 370 tons, Captain Sayers with timber and maize. Passengers, Messrs. Young, Hinchcliffe, Monk and Munro.

55. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 28th May 1839

For New Zealand on Friday last, the schooner Jess, Captain Clayton with sundries, Passengers, Mrs Clayton and 3 children, Messrs. William George, A. Henderson, J . Walmsley, W. Horton, W. Motion, R. White, H. Heggleston, W. Dodds, J. McLeod, W. Bruce, W. Brown and wife.

56. Sydney Herald 31st May 1839

From New Zealand on Wednesday last, having left the 15th instant, the schooner Hannah, Captain Hay with flax etc. Passenger Mr Francis Leathart.

57. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 6th June 1839

For New Zealand on Tuesday last, the brig Hind, Captain Jones with sundries. Passengers, Mr Abercrombie and Mr Webster.

58. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 10th June 1839

For New Zealand on Friday last, the schooner Currency Lass, Captain Bennet with sundries. Passengers, Mr and Mrs R George, Mr J. Milne and Mrs Wilson and Mr Brown.

59. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 15th June 1839

From the Bay of Islands yesterday whence she sailed the 30th ultimo, the barque Magnet, 148 tons, Captain Watt with a cargo of flax, potatoes, maize, wheat, oil etc. Passengers - Cabin, Mrs Livingston, child and servant, Rev. R Taylor, Rev. John Wilson and two Master Wilsons, Mr James Wilson, Mr Bird and Mr Powditch. Steerage - Henry Davies.

59. Sydney Herald 31st May 1839

For New Zealand yesterday, the barque Francis Spaight, Captain Sayer, with sundries. Passengers, Mr Young, Mr and Mrs Jellicoe and two servants, Mr Munro, Mr Mullin, Mr Monk, Mr Muir and Mr McDonald.

60. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 25th June 1839

For New Zealand, on Friday last, the brig Nimrod, Captain Davies with sundries. Passengers, Mr and Mrs How, Mr and Mrs Joseph and child, Mr and Mrs Pratt, Mr Barff, Messrs. Clarst and James.

61. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 27th June 1839

For New Zealand, on Tuesday last, the barque Magnet, Captain Watt, with sundries, Passenger, Mr Fligg.

62. Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen's Land Gazette. 5th July 1839

The schooner True Love 133 tons, Coulton for New Zealand with sundries, Passengers Mr H. B Wilson, Mr Ralph, Mr W. Fenn, Mr Fowler, Mr Wood and A Wheety.

63. Sydney Herald 8th July 1839

For New Zealand on Friday last, the brig Siren, Captain Bradley with sundries. Passengers, Mr Hay, Mr Wearing, Mr and Mrs Guard and three children.

64. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 23rd July 1839

For the Bay of Islands Sunday last, the schooner Hope, Captain McLean with sundries. Passengers, Miss Elias, Mr Segut and Mr Cotton, supercargo.

65.Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 6th August 1839

From the Bay of Islands on Saturday last, the brig Hind 141 tons, Captain James, Passenger Mrs Scott.

66. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 8th August 1839

For New Zealand yesterday, the ship Augustus Ceasar, Captain Lacey with sundries. Passengers, Messieurs Bernard, Desuites and Devousobele, Mesers. Dickson, Hinchcliffe, Brodie, McLennan, Rose, Emsley, Cohen and Whitelaw and Mrs and Miss Young.

67. Sydney Herald 12th August 1839.

For New Zealand yesterday, the brig Adelaide, Captain Devlin with sundries. Passengers, Mr Marshall, Mr Kingaby, Mr Dodd's and child, Master Dodd's, Mr and Mrs McLeod and child, Mr and Mrs Crowder, Mr Cohen, Mr Bell, Mr Levington and child, Mr Simpson, Mr Thompson and two natives of New Zealand.

68. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 17th August 1839.

From Forveaux Strait New Zealand, late last night, the barque Jessie Captain Bruce, with black oil and potatoes. Passengers, Captain Well and crew of the schooner Dublin Packet, Mr Cooper, Mr Harvey and Mr James Spencer.

69. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 24th August 1839

From South Australia, yesterday, whence she sailed the 10th instant, the brig David, Captain P. Hart, bound for the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, having put into port on account of mutiny. Passengers, cabin, Dr Height and family, Mr and Mrs Smith and family, Miss Baker and Mr Mitchell. Steerage, Mr and Mrs Denyer and family, Mr and Mrs Partridge, Mr McKeveitt and Thomas Smith.

70. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 5th September 1839

For New Zealand on Tuesday last, the schooner Henry Freeling, Captain Fisher with sundries, Passenger Mr Schults.

71. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 3rd September 1839

For the Bay of Islands on Saturday last, the barque Achillies, Captain Veale with sundries. Passengers, Captain Barber, Mrs Barber, Rev. Mr Taylor, Mrs Taylor and family, Mr and Mrs Layton and family, Mr Wilson, family and three servants.

72. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 10th September 1839

For New Zealand on Sunday last, the schooner Ariel, Captain Stewart with sundries. Passengers, Dr Stewart, Mr Charles Ewart, Dr McNiel, Mr Graham and Mr Didsbury.

73. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 12th September 1839

From Hokianga, New Zealand on Tuesday last whence she sailed the 24th August, the barque Francis Spaight, 370 tons, Captain Sayers with a cargo of timber. Passengers, Rev. Mr Turner, Mrs Turner and nine children, Miss Turner, Mrs Ross, Messrs. White and Morrison and four New Zealanders.

74. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 16th September 1839

From the Bay of Islands yesterday having left the 27th ultimo, the brig Caroline, Captain Sullivan with potatoes etc. Passengers, Dr Martin, Mr R W Robertson and Mr Church.

75. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 19th September 1839

From the Bay of Islands, yesterday whence she sailed the 9th instant, the ship Augustus Caesar, Captain Lacey with 300 tons sperm oil, 1,500 bushells of maize and 3 tons of pork. Passengers, Messrs. Brodie, Hinchcliffe, John Foster, J Tucker and H Safford.

76. Sydney Herald 23rd September 1839

For New Zealand, Friday last, the schooner Currency Lass, Captain Bennett with sundries. Passengers, Mr Jonbut, Mr Blomchard, Mr Sutton, Mr Jones, Mr Roy, Mr Crobar, Mr Scott, Mr Still, Mr King, Mr Milne, Mr J Jones, Mr O'Liffe, wife and two children.

77. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 1st October 1839

For New Zealand Friday last, the brig Christina, Captain Munn with sundries. Passengers, Messrs. Drummond, Dalsell, Marshall, Buckland, Kier, Handerd, Ford, Hannigan, McLeod, McLennan, Priddy, Conway, Keddie, Mr and Mrs Hayes, Mr Didsbury and four children and Mr White and four children.

78. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 12th October 1839

From New Zealand on Thursday last, whence she sailed the 18th ultimo, the cutter Aquilla 40 tons, Captain Francis, with Pork and potatoes. Passengers Messrs. Elmsley and Cohen.

79. Sydney Herald 14th October 1839

For New Zealand on Saturday last, the barque Magnet, Captain Leathart. Passengers, Mr Laurie, four Misses Laurie and Mr John Laurie.
For New Zealand same day, the brig Siren, Captain Jackson. Passengers, Mr Frazer and Mr Henderson.

80. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 17th October 1839

For Hokianga yesterday the barque Socrates with sundries. Passengers Mr Junot, Mr Barton, Mr Taylor, Mr Smith and Mr Gardiner.

81. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 22nd October 1839

For New Zealand on Friday last, the brig Nereus, Captain Powell. Passengers Mrs Powell and J.T. Wilson.

For New Zealand on Saturday last, the barque Eleanor, Captain Rhodes. Passengers, Captain Cole, Mrs Cole and child, Mr Coglin, Mr Green, Mrs Green and child, Mr Thomas Green and Alrs. Burton.
For New Zealand on Sunday last, the barque Samuel Winter, Captain Robertson. Passengers, Rev Mr Mason, Mrs Mason, Mr Palmer, Mrs Palmer, Mr Murray, Mr Cormac, Mr Weavil, Mr Hallingall, Mr Brodie, Mr Foster and 17 steerage passsengers.

82. Sydney Herald 25th October 1839

For New Zealand on Wednesday last, the brig Louisa, Captain Tavenor. Passengers Mr A Lyons and Mr Samuel.

83. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 26th October 1839

From Manukau (New Zealand) yesterday whence she sailed the 10th instant, the brig Ree, Captain Davis with pork and potatoes, maize, plank and spars. Passenger, Mr Jackson.

84. Sydney Herald 28th October 1839

For New Zealand, yesterday, the barque Mary Hay, Captain Volum with sundries. Passengers, Mr A Busby, Mr and Miss French, Mr Macpherson and Mr Hill.

85. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 29th October 1839

For New Zealand on Sunday last the barque Psyche, Captain Wilson. Passenger Mr L Barnett.
For New Zealand yesterday, the barque Francis Spaight. Passengers, Mr and Mrs Welch and family, two Misses Hargreaves, Mr and Mrs Budley (Rudley) and family, Messrs. Baker, Sponk (Spinks), Fever, Otterton and Seagor. Also included on the 30th for this sailing is Mr Blake.

86. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 2nd November 1839

From the Bay of Islands yesterday whence she sailed the 15th ultimo, the schooner Currency Lass, Captain Bennett. Passengers, Messrs. Roy, Scott, King and Jones.

87. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 7th November 1839

From New Zealand on Tuesday last whence she sailed the 19th ultimo, the barque Honduras, Captain Weller with 256 tons of black oil. Passengers, Mrs Cave and child, Messrs. Fligg, Williams and Hemsley, also 14 men, part of a whaling gang.

88. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 12th November 1839

For New Zealand on Saturday last, the schooner Harlequin, Captain Kyle with sundries, passenger Mr Richards.

89. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 14th November 1839

For New Zealand on Tuesday last, the brig Bee, Captain Davies with sundries. Passengers, Mr Hay and family, Mr Redman and family, Mr McGregor and family, Mr Foley and family, Messrs. Sprae, Haynes, Jackson and Schawckenberg.

90. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 21st November 1839

From New Zealand on Tuesday last whence she sailed the 6th instant,the barque Jessie 314 tons, Captain Bruce with 254 black oil, 22 tons whalebone and 3 tons potatoes. Passengers, Messrs. Palmer, Sterling, Price, Sergeant, Riley and Glen, also a whaling gang of 30 men.

91. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 23rd November 1839

From Kapati (or according to the 25th, Hokianga) yesterday whence she sailed the 6th instant, the schooner Falcon, Captain Leslie with 82 tons black oil. Passengers, Messrs. Evans, Ames, Ratford and Sawton, also a whaling gang of 26 men.

92. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 25th November 1839

For New Zealand yesterday the barque Lucy Ann, Captain Aldrich with sundries. Passengers, Mr Price, Mrs Cave and child, Mr Murray, Mr Williams, Mr Burke and one New Zealand woman.

93. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 26th November 1839

For the Bay of Islands on Sunday last, the schooner Currency Lass, Captain Wilson with sundries. Passengers, Mr and Mrs Scott and servant, Mr Dumvalin and Mr Jamieson.

94. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 5th December 1839

From the Bay of Islands yesterday the schooner Susannah Anne, 71 tons, Captain Anderson with 18 tons black oil, 400 bushels maize, pork and whalebone. Passengers, Mr Barrestone and 4 in steerage.

95. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 3rd December 1839

From Kafia (New Zealand) yesterday when she sailed the 16th ultimo, the schooner Hannah, Captain Liddell with 20 tons of pork, 8 casks lard etc Passenger, Mr Cowle.
For the Bay of Islands on Saturday last, the brig Martha, Captain Lancaster. Passengers, Chevron, Compte, Petit, Drood and Grimaud (R.C. Priests), Dr Poulding, Messrs. Kelly, Gordon, Reynolds, Lowe, Bruce, Pearce and wife, Brown and wife, McDermott and wife, Hipkiss and wife, and J Powers. The Sydney Herald has this passenger list include Mrs Marshall and child, Mrs Strutton, Mrs Porter.

96. Sydney Herald 6th December 1839

From the Bay of Islands on Wedensday last having left the 18th ultimo, the schooner Susannah Ann, Captain Anderson. Passenger Mr Barrastone and four in steerage.

97. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 11th December 1839

From the Bay of Islands on Monday last,having left the 23rd ultimo, the brig Nimrod, Captain Davies with sugar, pork, maize etc. Passengers, Mr McNee, Mr Weavel, Mr Ewart, Mr Drummond, Mr Conway and five in steerage.

98. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 14th December 1839

For New Zealand on Wednesday last, the schooner Hannah, Captain Liddell. Passengers, William Browne, wife and three children.

99. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 21st December 1839

From Entry Island (New Zealand) yesterday whence she sailed the 16th instant, the brig Christina, 266 tons, Captain Munn, with 80 tons black oil, 3 tons whalebone and 3 tons potatoes, Passengers Messrs Ellison and Short also a whaling gang of nine men.

100. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 24th December 1839

From the Bay of Islands on Sunday last whence she sailed the 8th instant, the barque Psyche, Captain Wilson. Passengers Monsieur and Mandame Jambart, Mr C F Blaxland and Mr Lewis Barnett.
For New Zealand on Saturday last, the barque Jessie, Captain Bruce. Passengers, Mr Palmer, Mr Moore, Mr and Mrs Cooper and child, Mr Rogers, Mr Lowry, Mr Hood, Mr Lowe and two New Zealanders.
From New Zealand on Saturday last, the brig Siren, Captain Jackson. Passengers, Messrs Hay and Roberts also 13 men, part of a whaling gang.

101. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 25th December 1839

For New Zealand yesterday, the schooner Fulton with sundries. Passengers,Mr O'Brien, Miss O'Brien, Mr Sandford, Mr Booth, Mr Robinson, Mr Beatty, Mr Small, Mr Gray, Mr Johnstone, Mr Weavell, Mrs Bolger and child, Miss Charlotte Fink, Mrs Hector, family two servants and seventeen in the steerage. On the 26th shipping news, the steerage passengers are listed: Mr and Mrs Turner and family, Mr and Mrs Dingwall and family, Messrs Cosgrove, Butler, Smith, McFee, Reed, Actchan, Davison, Forrester, Buchan, Small.

102. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 26th December 1839

From the Bay of Islands yesterday when she sailed the 11th instant, the barque Mary Hay, Captain Volum. Passengers, Captain Abbott, Messrs. Taylor, Mullins, Sutton and one in steerage.

103. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 31st December 1839

For New Zealand on Saturday last, the schooner Susannah Ann Captain Anderson with a general cargo. Passengers, Rev. Mr Wilson, Mrs Wilson and two children, Rev. Mr Hamilton, Miss Barber, Messrs. Barsten, Douglass, Fraser, Connal, Rose, Yaldyn, Marah, Hinchcliffe and 23 in the steerage.

104. Sydney Herald 2nd February 1837

From New Zealand the schooner Henry Freeling, Captain Keen, with Messrs Charles and Daniel Wheeler.
For New Zealand, the brig Nimrod, Captain Bennett with Gordon A Thompson, Esq., Mrs Irving and family, Mrs Harwood and family and George Domingo.

105. Sydney Herald 6th February 1837

From New Zealand yesterday, having sailed the 25th ultimo, the barque Bolina, Captain Ewing, with black oil etc. Passenger R Darce, Esq.
From New Zealand Saturday, the brig Micmac, Captain Bruce, with oil etc, passengers Dr Stewart and Mrs Bryne.
For New Zealand yesterday, the schooner Dublin Packet, Captain Leathart with sundries. Passengers Captain Clayton, Captain Templeman, Mrs Templeman, Mr Ward and two whaling gangs.

106. Sydney Herald 13th February 1837

From New Zealand on Thursday last, the ship Pyramus, Captain Livesay, passenger Rev. S Marsden.

107. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 14th February 1837

For the Bay of Islands on Sunday last, the American brig Draco, Captain Lincoln, passenger Captain Bridge.

108. Sydney Herald 9th March 1837

For New Zealand on Sunday last, the schooner Currency Lass, Captain McKenzie with sundries. Passengers Messrs. Harris and Rogers.

109. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 18th March 1837

From New Zealand on Thursday last, whence she sailed the 4th instant, the barque Lynx, Captain Shaw with cargo. Passengers Mr Farraby, Mr P Tapsell, 4 New Zealanders and 4 children.

110. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 21st March 1837

For New Zealand on Friday last,t he schooner Jess with sundries, Passengers, Chevalier Dillon, Mr Wilson, Mr Kenlack, Mr and Mrs Moore and child, Jane Greigs and Thomas Mitchell.
For New Zealand on Sunday last the brig Bee with stores etc. Passenger Captain Richards.

111. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 25th March 1837

For New Zealand on Thursday last, the brig Martha with sundries. Passengers Mr Flegg, supercargo and a whaling gang.

112. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 25th April 1837

From Cloudy Bay (New Zealand) on Sunday whence she sailed the 2nd instant, the schooner Dublin Packet, 120 tons, Captain Leathart with cargo. Passengers Mr George Thomas Clayton and Mr James Maughan.

113. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 11th May 1837

From New Zealand on Tuesday last whence she sailed the 28th ultimo, the brig Nimrod, Captain Bennett. Passengers, Mrs Mitchell and family with three servants, Mrs Oakes and seven children. Mrs Butler and family. Mrs Hitchchock, Mr Johnson and Thomas Bettington.

114. Sydney Herald 25th May 1837

For New Zealand on Tuesday last the ship Black Warrior, Captain Mugford. Passengers Mr Ferriby and wife, Mr Eldridge, Mr Centwell and two New Zealanders.

115. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 27th July 1837

From New Zealand on Friday last whence she sailed the 4th instant. H.M. Rattlesnake 18 guns, Captain Hobson. Passengers Rev. Samual Marsden, Miss Marsden, Rev. Mr Baker, Mr Joseph Wright, Miss Williams and two New Zealand prisoners.

116. Hobart Town Courier 7th July 1837

Arrived, the Schooner Currency Lass MacKenzie master, from New Zealand. Passengers, Mr and Mrs Connell and child, Messrs. Hervey, O'Meagher, Wright and Claudius.

117.Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 24th April 1813

On Monday morning last sailed the brig Perserverance for New Zealand; Passengers, J Gordon and R Jones Esqrs. (The Perserverance returned to Sydney with the passengers in the middle of July, same year).

118. Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 1814

To sail on the brig Active to New Zealand (from various advertisements to their leaving).
The Rev S Marsden
Mr and Mrs Hall
Mr and Mrs King
Mr and Mrs Kendall and family (Mr Kendall appointed justice of the peace in the Bay of Islands)
Mr John Nicholas
Matthew Conroy
Ann Kelly
Mr and Mrs Ansley and son
Mr and Mrs Gells? (not on 2nd Ad)
John Hunter
Alexander Ross
William Cooper
Anthony Wilson
Thomas Hoppey
Henry Shaffrey )
Dick, (Funney and Warraen not on 2nd Ad) (Otaheitans)

Also on the 2nd Ad
Thomas Hanson
Anthony Peesent
John Wilson
Poney (Otahietan)
Thomas Hamilton
William Campbell
Warrakee Jackey Mytie and Tommy

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