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VARIOUS SHIPS LISTS
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The New Zealander

 
SHIPPING INFORMATION
PORT OF AUCKLAND
Wednesday2th March 1851
Wednesday 5th March1851
Saturday 22nd March 1851

Maukin
J BOWDEN

10 March Maukin 146 tons, fromSydney
Wednesday 2th March 1851
  Passengers
 

CARR, Mr & Mrs & 1 child
CONNELL, Mr Francis
DUGUAN, David
FRENCH, Isaac
HULL, Mr
LAYTON, Christopher
MADDEN, Mr & Mrs & 1 child
NEWMAN, Mr
PARTINGTON, George
PARTINGTON, Henry
STUCKLEY, William
WILLIAMS, H

 

W S Grahame, agent


Moa
S D NORRIS

1 March Moa 236 tons, fromSydney

Wednesday 5th March 1851
  Passengers    

1 x Corporal
ARMSTRONG, Miss
AUSTEN, Mrs & 3 chdn
CAMPBELL, Mr
ELLIS, Mr
JACKSON, Mr
PEEK, Mr & Mrs & 2 chdn

 

W S Graham, agent  


Cresswell
John WILLIAMS

2 March 574 tons, from London

Saturday 22nd March 1851
  Passengers    
 

ARCHER, Mr
BOWDEN, Mr Richard
BOWDEN, Mr Thomas & Mrs
BURTON, Fred
BURTON, George Rutt
CLARK, Mr
CURRIE, Mr W
EILWART, Edward
ELLIS, Miss
FOWLER, Miss
FOWLER, Mr W
FULLER, Mr
GILLIS, Mr
GRIEVE, Mr Robert
KELLY, Mr & Mrs & infant
LEMON, Charles
LEMON, John
LEWIS, Mrs & daughter
MíLEAN, Mr

 

NORTHCROFT, Mr & Mrs & 5 chdn
OLLIVER, Mr Adam
OLLIVER, Mr Thos. & Mrs
OSGOOD, Mr & Mrs
PEACOCKE, Mr
PHURUZYN, Mr
RALPH, Mrs & 3 chdn
RALPH, Thos. S (surgeon)
RUSSELL, Mr George & Mrs
RUSSELL, Mr Henry
SANSAM, Mr
SONNESS, Mr & Mrs & 4 chdn
SONNESS, Mr James
SONNESS, Mr John
THOMPSON, Mrs & 2 chdn
WILLIAMSON, Mr & Mrs
WORGAN, Mr

Brown & Campbell, agents

The Cresswell left London Docks on the 15th and Gravesend on the 19th November. She spoke the ship Duke of Wellington from London to Calcutta on 29th December and the brig Adelaide from London to Hobart Town.

Saturday 5th April 1851

To Captain John Williams of the barque Cresswell

Dear Sir,

We the undersigned Intermediate passengers from London to New Zealand, feel great pleasure in expressing to you our satisfaction with your unremitting attention to the duties of the ship, to our immediate comforts and also with your great anxiety to meet our wishes whenever practical.

We are now near the termination of our passage and believe it to be mainly owing to your judicious management that so much goodwill and harmony have prevailed. The strongest proof we can give you of our sincerity will be by continuing to recommend (as some of us have already done) those of our friends who intend to follow us, to choose a ship commanded by you, if possible.

In closing we are desirous of testifying in the strongest manner, our sense of your peculiar fitness for the command of a passenger ship, assuring you that we shall ever entertain for you the highest esteem. Wishing yourself and family every blessing.

We remain,
Dear Sir

  William Walker ARCHER
Thomas G BOWDEN
Mrs BOWDEN
Richard BOWDEN
Mr John BURTON
George Rutt BURTON
Francis CLARK
Jane ELLIS
George FULLER
James GILLES
Mrs LEWIS
Hector McLEAN

 

William NORTHCROFT
Mrs NORTHCROFT
Thomas OLIVER
Mrs OLIVER
Adam OLIVER
E G OSGOOD
James PEACOCKE
C J PHARAZYN
Ellen THOMPSON
James WILLIAMS
Mrs WILLIAMSON
George WORGAN

Auckland Harbour, 30th March 1851

Transcribed: Jacqueline Walles, New Zealand, April, 2000.   Table of contents
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