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The New Zealander

 
SHIPPING INFORMATION
PORT OF AUCKLAND
Saturday 11th October 1851
Saturday 18th October 1851
Wednesday 22nd October 1851

Moa
NORRIS

 ARRIVALS 8 Oct Moa NORRIS from Sydney
  Passengers  
Saturday 11th October 1851 

BLACKETT, J C Esq & Servant
DAVY, Mr
MATTHEW, Mrs & 2 sons
MULLFERN, Miss
SMITH, Miss

 

 

W S Graham, agent


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Moa
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CLEARED OUT 16 Oct MoaNORRIS for Sydney

  Passengers  
Saturday 18th October 1851

ASKELL, A M
BROWN, C
CAMPBELL, J
CARTHY, J
CHALKY, W
FARMER, J
FARMER, W
FORBES, J
GIMBLE, J
GREEN, B
HAMILTON, F
MíKINLEY, R
McCONOCHIE, William
MEEK, Mrs & 2 chdn
MILLITAC, L
MOORE, R

 

ORR, R
OWEN, Mrs & Child
PARKINGSON, J
QUINN, John
RICH, William
ROSS, A
SCOTT, J
THOMPSON, Abel
THORNBECK, J
WARRINGTON, A
WATERS, John
WEBB, H
WILLIAMSON, R

W S Graham, agent


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Capt George PEARSON

ARRIVALS 19 Oct ship 640 tons, from Gravesend

  Passengers  
Wednesday 22nd October 1851
 

BAYLY, Rev, Mrs & 3 chdn
BOURKE, Mrs & 1 child
BRODIE, Mr W
BROMLEY, Mr & Mrs
BROWN, Mr R
CAMPBELL, Mr
CONWAY, Mr, Mrs & Miss
COURTENEY, Mr & Mrs & 6 chdn
CUTTRESS, B
CUTTRESS, C
CUTTRESS, H
CUTTRESS, Misses Alice, Emma, Sophia, Charlotte
DOYLE, Mr & son
DUDLEY, Rev W C
ELY, Mrs
FORD, Mr & Mrs & 5 chdn
FRANCIS, Mr
GOLSBOROOUGH, Miss Mary
GRAHAM, Mr
HAMER, Rev Thomas, Mrs, Miss & 2 chdn
HAMILTON, Mr & Mrs & child
HENDERSON, Mr & Mrs & child
HUTCHINSON, Mrs

 

MACINTOSH, Mrs & child
MISAACS, Mr D
ISAACS, Mr John
MARTIN, Mr & Mrs & 6 chdn
MITCHELL, Mr J
MOYLE, Mr
REID, Mr
RUNCIMAN, B Walter
RUNCIMAN, E
RUNCIMAN, I
RUNCIMAN, J
RUNCIMAN, Master
RUNCIMAN, Miss R
RUNCIMAN, Mr & Mrs
SAUNDERS, Mr J
SHEPPARD, Miss
SMITH, Mr & Mrs & 4 chdn
SMYTHIES, Mr & Mrs & 3 chdn
THOMAS, G
TIDDY, Miss Martha
WADMAN, Mr
WETHERED, Mrs & child
WILLIAMS, Mr John

Brown & Campbell, agents

The fine merchant shipCashmere, Capt Pearson, sailed from Gravesend on the 16th June, having thus been 125 days on the voyage.

From her known sailing qualities it is believed that she would have made it in much shorter time but for some defect in her rudder irons which kept her back considerably.

She brings out 103 passengers, a large proportion of whom are for this settlement. At Bassís Strait she was boarded by a shore boat from which she first heard of the discovery of gold in Australia.

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