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SYDNEY SHIPPING GAZETTE - 1847 -- ( E ) --- ( 333 ) --

Journal by edmondsallan

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February 20 - Garland Grove, barque, Captain Robson, for Port Nicholson.

Passengers -
Bolden Mr
Cohan Mr J
McDowd Mr
Mason Mr J
Nait Mr S
Watson Mr

February 24 - Sunflower, barque, Captain Forrester, for Valparaiso, via Twofold Bay and Auckland.

Passengers -
Hair Mr John
Forrester Mrs

February 26 - Maukin, brig, 106 tons, Captain Cooney, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Dacre Captain
Davis Mr and Mrs
Fenlasan Mr
Littlejohn Mr
McLennon Mr
Matthew Mr F and Mrs and servant
Nathan Mrs D and child and servant
Newell Mr B

P412
The American whaler Flora left New London on the 4th June last, and has put into Sydney to refit, having been ashore at the Bay of Islands, when she received damages that could not be repaired there. She is a clean ship, and will most probably have to undergo considerable repairs. The following vessels were at the Bay of Islands:-
London Packet of New Bedford, 39 months out, with 2200 barrels sperm;
Lexington, of Providence, 18 months out, with 600 barrels sperm;
Roman, of New Bedford, with 2700 barrels black oil, homeward bound;
Illinois, of Sag Harbour, 19 months out, with 1900 barrels black oil;
John Cockwell, of Newport, 39 months out, with 900 barrels sperm;
Otaheite, of Bremen, 14 months out, with 1000 barrels black oil.

The brig Nelson, from Liverpool, arrived at Port Nicholson on the 5th instant.

March 1847
The Shipping Gazette and Sydney General Trade List
No.155 Saturday, March 6, 1847 Vol. IV

P414
ARRIVALS
February 27 - Thomas Lord, schooner, 72 tons, Captain Osborne, from Auckland the 15th February.

Passengers -
Codling Mr J
Gray Mr
Gough Mr
McCann Mr
Smith Mr
Smith Mr
Sowle Mr

P416
The Thomas Lord reports having spoken the following vessels:-
February 15- Arabian, barque, three months from Sydney, with 50 barrels sperm.
February 24 - Asher, of New Bedford, 22 months out, with 1300 barrels black and 300 barrels sperm oil
H.M.Steamer Inflexible arrived at Auckland on the 25th January, having been nine days on the passage.
H.M.steamer Driver sailed for England on the 27th January.
The Adelaide, schooner, from Alberton, with sheep &c., arrived at Auckland 3rd February.

The Shipping Gazette and Sydney General Trade List
No.156 Saturday, March 13, 1847 Vol. IV

P418
Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand .. February 20

ARRIVALS
March 7 - Star of China, brig, 112 tons, Captain Wood, from Nelson the 21st February, in ballast.
March 10 - Ariel, schooner, 72 tons, Captain Sturgeon, from Port Nicholson 12th, and Nelson 23rd February.

Passengers -
Clarke Mr
Maclean Mr
Robinson Mr
Scott Mr

DEPARTURES
March 11 - Comet, schooner, Captain Cork, for Port Nicholson.
Passenger - Mr Mattheson
March 12 - Bee, brig, Captain Unthank, for Port Nicholson.
Passengers - Mr and Mrs March

P419
LAUNCESTON
ARRIVED
March 1 - The William, cutter, 33 tons, Tait, from Nelson, New Zealand.

P423
The Elora, from Glasgow, had left Port Nelson for Port Nicholson. The barque Hope, from London, via Port Nelson, had arrived at Wellington in a very leaky condition; Captain Underhill, who commanded her when she left England, died on the passage out, whilst off Van Diemen's Land. The Ariel spoke the American whaler Peruvian, off Port Nelson, on the 23rd ultimo, 19 months from New London, with 700 barrels sperm, and 600 barrels black oil on board.
The Laura, from London, had arrived at Nelson, having been 104 days on the passage.

The Shipping Gazette and Sydney General Trade List
No.157 Saturday, March 20, 1847 Vol. IV

P426
Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand .. February 20

Till we meet again - Regards - edmondsallan

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