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

Journal by edmondsallan

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edmondsallan - Hello - I'm still looking for my passenger in this shipping list

March 13 - Caernarvon, barque. 283 tons, Captain Irvine, from the whaling gounds, having left the Bay of Islands the 25th ultimo.

March 17 - Emma, brig, Captain Osborne, for Auckland.

Passengers -
Bradbury Mr
Codlin Mr J
Craig Mr and Mrs and two children
Gisborne Mr
Glaville Mr F
Kinnear Mr D
Lambert Lieutenant R.N.
McCann Mr and Mrs
Sinclair Mr
Smith Mr J.A
Sotherby Captain, R.N.
Vincent Mr

Departure - March 3- William, brig, Lovett, master, for New Zealand.

Passengers -
Blackett Mr C, lady, child, and three servants
Midwood Mr and Miss
and 26 soldiers, 27 women and 22 children and the Officer and Doctor in charge of the troops.

A List of the vessels belonging to the Port of Sydney, with their tonnage and place and date of building.
Listed below are the vessels built in New Zealand.

Fanny Schooner 40 tons New Zealand year not stated Owner J. Clendon
I Don't Know Schooner 75 tons New Zealand Built 1843 Owner J & R Campbell
Lady of the Lake schooner 23 tons New Zealand Built 1844 Owner P. McKew
Petrel Schooner 46 tons New Zealand Built 1843 Owner J.C. Williams
Terror Brigantine 100 tons New Zealand Built 1844 Owner C. Mitchell

The "John Wesley". - On Thursday, the brig John Wesley arrived unexpectedly from England, having on board several Wesleyan missionaries, and stores for the Islands. She is a fine sightly vessel; is quite new - having been built expressly for the service of the Wesleyan missions in the South Sea Islands. She has touched here to land some of the passengers, and after recruiting a few days will proceed on to New Zealand, and from thence to the Friendly Islands.

The Caernarvon has touched here to refit; she has not any oil on board, having discharged it at New Zealand. On the 3rd instant spoke the schooner Elizabeth from Launceston, for the Bay of Islands.

The Shipping Gazette and Sydney General Trade List
No.158 Saturday, March 27, 1847 Vol. I

Latest Intelligence Received in Sydney up to Present Date
From New Zealand .. March 15.

March 26 - Scotia schooner, 68 tons, Captain Ward, from Port Nicholson the 15th instant.

Passengers -
Aiken Mr and Mrs and child
Asher Mr
Curtis Mr
Duncan Mr
Peacock Mr J
Stevens Mr

March 24 - Star of China, schooner, Captain Wood, for Port Nelson.
March 26 - Swan, cutter, Captain Gardiner, for Hokianga.

Passengers -
Atkins Mr
And a New Zealander.

The schooner Scotia has had a fine run of ten days from Port Nicholson. H.M. steamer Inflexible was lying there, also the brig Sir John Byng. The British Sovereign had not arrived.

March 3 - Deborah, schooner, Wing, from Sydney.
March 4 - Teaser, schooner, Ball, from Sydney.
March 2 - Kate, schooner, Salmon, from Sydney.
March 7 - Lady Rowena, ship, Captain McDonald, for Valparaiso and England.

APRIL 1847

The Shipping Gazette and Sydney General Trade List
No. 159 Saturday, April 3, 1847 Vol IV

From New Zealand March 15.

March 31 - John Wesley, Missionary brig, Captain Buck, for New Zealand and the South Sea Islands.

Passengers -
Amos Mr and Mrs
Daniel Mr and Mrs
Davis Mr and Mrs
Ford Mr and Mrs and two children
Kirk Mr
Lawry Miss Australia
Malvern Mr and Mrs and two children
Sommerville Miss Martha

March 22 - John, schooner, 48 tons, Walker, master, from New Zealand.
The John is four weeks from Nelson. She reports having seen a wreck on a sandspit off Cape Farewell, about 30 miles from Nelson, supposed to be the Phoenix, of that Port. The John sails for Portand Bay to-morrow. - Launceston Examiner, March 24.

Till we meet again - Regards - edmondsallan

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edmondsallan , from auckland .nz , has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2010. is researching the following names: CLAYTON, EDMONDS.

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