Voyage to Adelaide in 1867

From 'City of Adelaide' History and Genealogy Site
Jump to: navigation, search
Voyage to Adelaide in 1867
Under command of Captain John Bruce
Departure port London
Departure date 25th July 1867
Arrival port Semaphore
Arrival date 12th October 1867
Voyage duration 79 days
Port of Call
Port of call Plymouth
Arrival 29th July 1867
Departure 29th July 1867

Newspaper accounts

From The South Australian Advertiser of Monday 14 October 1867:[1]

ARRIVED

CITY OF ADELAIDE, ship, 791 tons, J. Bruce, master, from London July 25. Elder, Smith, and Co., agents. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Perry and family (5), and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sandover, and family (4), Mr. and Mrs. Lamb, C. Pearson, family (4), and servant, Mr. and Mrs. George Prince, Mr. Henry Prince, Mr. John Fidge, Dr. and Mrs. S. Orby Carey, Mr. F. A. Edelston, Mr. Joseph F. Wells, Mr T. S. Lang, Mr. Robert T. Foale, Miss Luck, Mr. G. G. Todd, and Mr. D. Tapley, in the saloon; Mr. and Mrs. Purches and family (4), Mr. and Mrs. Breuster, and neice, Mr. Robert Breuster, Mr. J. Deane, Mr. W. Reynolds, Mr. Thomas Holland, Mr. Robert May, Mrs. Kinsman and child, Mr. A. Lowry, Mr. Isaac Lipman, and Mr. Eric Kreutzen, in the second cabin.

IMPORTS

CITY OF ADELAIDE, from London—16 qr.-casks, 3 cases, Order; 55 cases, G. Young; 56 bales, W. Duffield and Co.; 50 hhds., 20 bris., H. Scott; 829 bars, Officer Administering Government; 43 cases, W. Ball; 20 pkgs., Elder, Smith, and Co.; 1 case, Order; 30 hhds., F. Clark and Sons; 1 case, R. B. Smith; 55 cases, 5 casks, G. Young; 3 cases, Adolf Gaedecheus and Co.; 100 packages, S. Mocatta; l00 barrels, 4 cases, Officer Administering Government; 29 pkgs., W. Morgan and Co.; 5 trunks, A. Dowie; 3 cases, Elder, Smith, and Co.; 100 casks, R. Stuckey; 9 cases, F. E. Franklin; 100 half-hhds., Edward Spicer; 40 cases, Order; 10 carrotels, 20 brls., J. Robin and Co.; 1 box Mrs. DeMole; 1 cask, H. L. Voss; 13 crates, W. Schulitz; 1 case, G. Phillips and Co.; 1 case, Captain Wells; 11 pkgs., Robins and Birks; 5 cases, Officer Administering Government; 200 cases, Virgoe, Son, and Chapman; 30 firkins, Order; 24 brls., 125 cases, 1 bale, 8 casks, J. Ferguson; 1 case, G. N. and W. H. Birks; 17 pkgs., Gerks and Rodemann; 650 cases, Elder, Smith, and Co,; 40 drums, 12 bales, 16 kegs, 10 casks, 64 bales, 3 rolls, 60 kibbles, 28 cases, 16 bales, Harrold Brothers; 2 cases, J. T. Turnbull; 6 trunks, J. M. Stacy; 20 do., E. Suter; 9 pkgs., J. Colton and Co.; 1 trunk, Order; 2 cases, J. Hodgkiss and Co.; 1 do., J. Gilbert; 37 do. Order; 25 tierces, 37 casks, 200 cases, 1,000 boxes, C. Jacobs; 1 case, Ormerod and Co.; 2 do., E. S. Wigg; 53 pkgs., W. C. Buik; 2 cases, A. H. Beyer; 45 pkgs., W. W. Tuxford and Co.; 1 tierce, 4 cases, Elder, Smith, and Co.; 60 pkgs., 48 cases, 2 casks, Virgoe, Son, and Chapman; 1 case, 34 pkgs., Order; 10 cases, J. Hill; 2 cases, W. and J. Storrie; 28 trunks, A. Dowie; 2 cases, Order; 1 do., J. Stoyal; 9 do., 3 casks, Virgoe, Son, and Chapman; 5 cases, Order; 27 casks, S. Scott; 20 boxes, 60 drums, 42 moulds, Cleland, Mitchell, and Co.; 1 case, Rev. F. W. Cox; 1 box, Order; 50 cases, Cleland, Mitchell, and Co.; 9 pkgs., Alexander Mair; 19 do., F. H. Faulding and Co.; 4 qr.-casks, H. D. Dale; 41 pkgs., Cleland, Mitchell, and Co.; 6 cases, P. Falk and Co.; 2 cases, 610 pkgs., 136 coils, Officer Administering Government; 6 cases, G. Shaw; 32 pkgs., Goode Brothers; 6 cases, Hamilton Brothers; 135 pkgs., Officer Administering Government; 10 pkgs., A. Hubble; 44 pkgs., Order; 181 do., Geo. Shaw; 44 cases, Guild Chapman, and Co.; 1 do., Officer Administering Government; 1 do., H. Bermingham; 853 do., 30 tanks, 150 bales, 334 bags, 60 casks, E. Spicer; 2 cases, J. Hodgkiss and Co.; 89 pkgs., Donaldson, Andrews, and Sharland; 11 do., D. and W. Murray; 4 cases, J. W. Daniel; 100 do., J. Harris; 12 kegs, J. F. Hartshorne; 2 cases, H. P. Denton; 45 do., 30 pkgs., Edelston, Kingsborough, and Co.; 149 cases, 104 pkgs., 40 boards, 7 pkgs., 1 iron chair, 1 fender, 50 tons coal, Order; 20 crates, 125 cases, Francis Clark and Sons; 4 do., A. Macgeorge and Co.; 1 box, 1 case, Captain Bruce; 1 case, W. Wadham; 1 do., Reed; 1 pkg., Harris; 1 box, Mrs. Graves; 1 do. Order; 1 do., Mr. Reed; 1 case, Order; 10 pkgs., Miss Luck; 19 do., John Brewster; 15 cases, Samul C. Pearson.

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING

The CITY OF ADELAIDE (Elder's liner) arrived at the anchorage on Sunday evening, after a passage of 75 days, and the passengers on board marked their appreciation of the conduct of the new commander by flattering testimonials presented prior to arrival. The vessel has proved herself quite equal to the voyage, and delighted her voyagers by passing every ship with which they have met. The fact of Captain Bruce's son being on his first voyage as master was an additional matter of interest and speculation as to the manner in which it would pass away. It was done with credit to all parties concerned, and the "City" has lost none of her prestige by changing hands. Some memoranda of the voyage were politely furnished to us, but at too late an hour for insertion.


From The South Australian Advertiser of Tuesday 15 October 1867:[2]

The City of Adelaide reached the Lightship on Sunday night, and instead of finding the ancient Captain Bruce in charge his eldest son filled the post of honor. She reports leaving London on July 25th, and Plymouth on the 29th. Took final departure from the Lizard on the 30th at 6 p.m., with fine pleasant weather. In due course, sighted the islands of Maderia and St. Antonio, and crossed the line on August 23 in 26° west, when 25 days out. The northerly trades were moderate, but on getting to the southward experienced light weather in the position of S.E. trades. After passing the meridian of the Cape on September 16, ran down the easting between 44° and 45°, and made Kangaroo Island on the morning of the 12th.


VESSELS SPOKEN – By the City of Adelaide – On August 6 in lat. 31° N., long. 18° W., the British brig Coquette, from Liverpool for the River Congo, 13 days out; on August 11 in lat. N. 26° W., the Norwegian brig Lina, from Newcastle, bound to Hongkong; on August 12, in 16° N. 26° W., the British ship Gwyll, from Calcutta to London; on same day, the British ship Star of Erin, from Calcutta to London; on August 15, in lat. 10° N., long. 25° W., the British ship City of Madras, from Bombay to Liverpool; on same day, the Dutch barque Graaf von Limburg Hiram, from Rotterdam, bound to Rotta; on August 17, in lat. 8° N., long. 22° W., the British ship Sattara, from London to Bombay, 20 days out; on August 21, in 3° N. 23° W., the British barque Chrysalis, from Bombay for Liverpool, 70 days out.


The South Australian Register of Tuesday 14 October 1867 also published testimonials given by both the First (Saloon) and Second Class passenger groups to John Bruce in appreciation of his conduct during this his first voyage as Captain.[3]


Account of Mrs Opdahl's death

The Norwegian barque Lina sailed from Newcastle, England, on the 18th July 1867 bound for Hong Kong under the command of Captain Opdahl[Opdal]. Soon after the Lina cleared the English Channel the captain's wife became so seriously ill that surgical aid was required.

On the 11th August, the Lina fell in with the City of Adelaide and signalled her for medical advice. Captain Bruce at once hove his ship to and had Dr. S. Orby Carey conveyed to the Lina.

The following morning with the weather worsening, Mrs. Opdahl no better and needing the attention of a doctor, she was transferred to the City of Adelaide along with an attendant. Mr. Wells gave up his cabin for the ailing woman.

The Lina and City of Adelaide gradually fell away from each over the following week, during which time Mrs. Opdahl seemed a little improved. However, over the following two weeks, Mrs. Opdahl's condition markedly worsened and she died on the 3 September 1867. She was buried at sea the following day.

Mrs. Opdahl's attendant was ultimately sent on to Hong Kong from Port Adelaide to join the Lina. Captain Opdahl did not learn for many months how his wife had fared, or if she was alive or dead.

Diary

Passenger Mr Frederick A. Edelsten kept a diary of the voyage.

Route

The following route was determined from Frederick Edelsten's diary.


Voyage of the 'City of Adelaide' from London to Adelaide in 1867.
24 Jul
1 Aug
5 Aug
8 Aug
11 Aug
17 Aug
02 Sep
Mrs Obdahl
11 Sep
15 Sep
19 Sep
24 Sep
12 Oct
Voyage of the 'City of Adelaide' from London to Adelaide in 1867 from the Diary of Frederick A. Edelsten. Position of death (red) is approximate.


Passenger List

The following is a list of passengers on the voyage that arrived in Port Adelaide on 12 October 1867 after a 79 day passage as sourced from newspaper lists.[4]

No. Name in Newspaper /
on Passenger List
Individual
Wiki (GEDCOM) Page
Family/Household
Wiki (GEDCOM) Page
Cabin Class Birth Date Age Comment Ref.
1 Edelson, Mr. F. A. Edelsten, Frederick Alexander - I159 First Class (Saloon) Alternative spellings: Edelston/Edleston/Edelsten
2 Fidge, Mr. John Fidge, John - I156 Fidge Family - F101 First Class (Saloon)
3 Foale, Mr. Robert T. Foale, Robert T. - I162 First Class (Saloon)
4 Lamb, Mr. Lamb, Lamb Family - F100 First Class (Saloon)
5 Lamb, Mrs. Lamb, Lamb Family - F100 First Class (Saloon)
6 Lang, Mr. T. S. Lang, T. S. - I161 First Class (Saloon)
7 Luck, Miss Harriet Luck, Harriet - I163 First Class (Saloon) Alternative spellings: Luck/Tuck
8 Orby Cary, Dr. S. Carey, Samuel Orby - I157 Carey Family - F73 First Class (Saloon) 9 May 1841 26 Surgeon, repeated in Crew List; Last Name incorrectly given as 'Orby Carey' in numerous sources
9 Orby Cary, Mrs. Eagle, Marian Louisa - I158 Carey Family - F73 First Class (Saloon)
10 Pearson, Samuel C. Pearson, Samuel C. - I1056 Pearson Family - F81 First Class (Saloon)
11 Pearson, C. Pearson, C. Pearson Family - F81 First Class (Saloon)
12 Pearson, Child Pearson, Pearson Family - F81 First Class (Saloon)
13 Pearson, Child Pearson, Pearson Family - F81 First Class (Saloon)
14 Pearson, Child Pearson, Pearson Family - F81 First Class (Saloon)
15 Pearson, Child Pearson, Pearson Family - F81 First Class (Saloon)
16 Pearson, Servant of Unknown Pearson Family - F81 First Class (Saloon)
17 Perry, Mr. Geo. M. Perry, George M. - I131 Perry Family - F78 First Class (Saloon)
18 Perry, Mrs. E. S. Perry, Perry Family - F78 First Class (Saloon)
19 Perry, Child Perry, Perry Family - F78 First Class (Saloon)
20 Perry, Child Perry, Perry Family - F78 First Class (Saloon)
21 Perry, Child Perry, Perry Family - F78 First Class (Saloon)
22 Perry, Child Perry, Perry Family - F78 First Class (Saloon)
23 Perry, Child Perry, Perry Family - F78 First Class (Saloon)
24 Perry, Servant of Unknown Perry Family - F78 First Class (Saloon)
25 Prince, Mr. George Prince, George - I153 Prince Family - F82 First Class (Saloon)
26 Prince, Mr. Henry G. Prince, Harry Prince Family - F82 First Class (Saloon)
27 Prince, Mrs. Prince, Honor Ann Prince Family - F82 First Class (Saloon)
28 Sandover, Mr. Wm. Sandover, William - I139 Sandover Family - F79 First Class (Saloon) 1823
29 Sandover, Mrs. M. B. Bate, Mary Billing - I140 Sandover Family - F79 First Class (Saloon) 1826
30 Sandover, Child Sandover, William - I141 Sandover Family - F79 First Class (Saloon) 1856
31 Sandover, Child Sandover, Ellen - I142 Sandover Family - F79 First Class (Saloon) 1861
32 Sandover, Child Sandover, Elizabeth - I143 Sandover Family - F79 First Class (Saloon) Apr 1864
33 Sandover, Child Sandover, Alfred - I144 Sandover Family - F79 First Class (Saloon) 24 Nov 1866
34 Tapley, Mr. D. T. Tapley, D. T. - I165 First Class (Saloon)
35 Todd, Mr. G. G. Todd, Griffith George - I164 First Class (Saloon)
36 Wells, Mr. Joseph F. Wells, Joseph F. - I160 First Class (Saloon)
37 Brewster, Mr. Brewster, John - I172 Brewster Family - F93 Second Class Cabins Abt 1827 Alternative spellings: Brewster/Breuster
38 Brewster, Mrs. Cameron, Ann - I173 Brewster Family - F93 Second Class Cabins Abt 1828
39 Brewster, Brewster, Robert - I175 Brewster Family - F93 Second Class Cabins
40 Brewster, Niece Cameron, Mary Ann - I174 Brewster Family - F93 Second Class Cabins 1864
41 Deane, Mr. Lewis Deane, Lewis - I176 Second Class Cabins
42 Holland, Mr. Thomas Holland, Thomas - I178 Second Class Cabins
43 Kinsman, Mrs. Kinsman, Kinsman Family - F98 Second Class Cabins
44 Kinsman, Child Kinsman, Kinsman Family - F98 Second Class Cabins
45 Kneutzen, Mr. Eric Kneutzen, Eric - I184 Second Class Cabins Alternative spellings: Kneutzen/Kreutzen
46 Lipman, Mr. Isaac Lipman, Isaac - I183 Second Class Cabins
47 Loury, Mr. A. E. Lowry, A. E. - I182 Second Class Cabins Alternative spellings: Loury/Lowry
48 May, Mr. Robert May, Robert - I179 Second Class Cabins
49 Purches, Mr. J. Purches, John - I166 Purches Family - F92 Second Class Cabins Alternative spellings: Purches/Purcles
50 Purches, Mrs. Read, Elizabeth - I167 Purches Family - F92 Second Class Cabins
51 Purches, Child Purches, John - I168 Purches Family - F92 Second Class Cabins
52 Purches, Child Purches, Elizabeth Eleanor - I169 Purches Family - F92 Second Class Cabins
53 Purches, Child Purches, Thomas William - I170 Purches Family - F92 Second Class Cabins
54 Purches, Child Purches, Eliza Jane - I171 Purches Family - F92 Second Class Cabins
55 Reynolds, Mr. W. A. Reynolds, W. A. - I177 Second Class Cabins
56 Opdahl, Mrs. Olsen, Ragnhild - I1057 First Class (Saloon) The sick 'Mrs. Opdahl/Opdal' was transferred from the Norwegian ship Lina mid-voyage and accommodated in Mr. Wells cabin until she died three weeks later.





Crew List

No. Name Wiki (GEDCOM) Page Birth Place Birth Date Age Position Wage Last Ship Date joined Place joined Date Left Place Left Reason Left Comment Ref.
1 Bruce, John Bruce, John - I2005 Perth 1840 27 Master City of Adelaide 17 Jul 1867 London Remains [5]
2 Robins, Edwd Joseph Robins, Edwd Joseph - I20414 Truro, Cornwall abt 1820 47 1st Mate 4-10-0 City of Adelaide 17 Jul 1867 London 14 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
3 Watts, Robert A Watts, Robert A - I20526 London abt 1841 26 2nd Mate 3-10-0 illegible 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
4 Bruce, Alexander Bruce, Alexander - I2007 Perth 1848 19 3rd Mate 3-0-0 City of Adelaide 17 Jul 1867 London Remains [5]
5 Cheel, Amos Cheel, Amos - I20089 Kent abt 1819 48 Boatswain 3-10-0 La Hogue 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
6 McIntosh, William McIntosh, William - I20309 Perth abt 1840 28 Carpenter 6-0-0 City of Adelaide 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
7 Vivian, James Vivian, James - I20513 London abt 1843 24 Sailmaker 3-10-0 John Melhurst 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
8 Young, Charles Young, Charles - I20550 London abt 1842 25 Cook 5-0-0 City of Adelaide 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
9 Davis, Lewis Davis, Lewis - I20129 London abt 1845 22 Cook, Assistant 0-1-0 Holmsdale 17 Jul 1867 London 21 Nov 1867 Adelaide Discharged [5]
10 Gordon, Francis Gordon, Francis - I20190 Montrose abt 1834 33 Steward 5-10-0 City of Adelaide 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
11 Tucker, John James Tucker, John James - I20501 Ilfracombe abt 1841 26 Stewd, Tween Decks 0-1-0 Alwynton 17 Jul 1867 London 21 Oct 1867 Adelaide Discharged [5]
12 Lipman, Isaac Lipman, Isaac - I20283 London abt 1848 19 Steward, Assistant 0-1-0 Seasnake 17 Jul 1867 London 16 Oct 1867 Adelaide Discharged [5]
13 Simmons, Andrew Simmons, Andrew - I20450 Birkenhead abt 1833 34 Cuddy Servant 0-1-0 17 Jul 1867 London 03 Dec 1867 Adelaide Discharged [5]
14 Dansee, Richard Dansee, Richard - I20123 London abt 1847 20 Cuddy Servant 0-1-0 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
15 Gordon, Alexander Gordon, Alexander - I20189 Brechin abt 1850 17 Baker 0-1-0 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
16 Thompson, Alexander Thompson, Alexander - I20494 Glasgow abt 1836 31 Butcher 0-1-0 Roman Emperor 17 Jul 1867 London signed on, but did not join [5]
17 Hardy, Henry Hardy, Henry - I20212 Nottingham abt 1845 22 AB 0-1-0 Adamant 17 Jul 1867 London 17 Oct 1867 Adelaide Discharged [5]
18 Johnson, John Johnson, John - I20258 Londonderry abt 1842 26 AB 2-10-0 City of Adelaide 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
19 Langley, Peter Langley, Peter - I20275 London abt 1833 34 AB 2-10-0 City of Adelaide 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
20 Irvine, John Irvine, John - I20244 London abt 1836 31 AB 2-10-0 Wimmera 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
21 Russell, William Russell, William - I20424 London abt 1828 39 AB 2-10-0 Zephyr 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
22 Whittington, Edward Whittington, Edward - I20531 London abt 1837 30 AB 2-15-0 St Vincent 17 Jul 1867 London 01 Dec 1867 Adelaide Deserted [5]
23 Wagner, Henry Wagner, Henry - I20515 Kiel abt 1818 49 AB 2-10-0 Mermaid 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
24 Hailes, William Hailes, William - I20206 Portsmouth abt 1838 29 AB 2-15-0 Medway 17 Jul 1867 London 01 Dec 1867 Adelaide Deserted [5]
25 Cameron, Alexander Cameron, Alexander - I20082 Perth abt 1833 34 AB 2-15-0 Gowrie 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
26 Hebblett, Henry Hebblett, Henry - I20222 London abt 1828 39 AB 2-10-0 John Bull 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Apr 1868 London Discharged [5]
27 Reyder, Henry Reyder, Henry - I20400 Hamburg abt 1836 31 AB 0-1-0 Avondale 17 Jul 1867 London 10 Oct 1867 Adelaide Discharged [5]
28 Watson, G A Watson, G A - I20523 Hobart Town abt 1840 27 AB 0-1-0 illegible 17 Jul 1867 London signed on, but did not join [5]
29 Andre, Anthony A Andre, Anthony A - I20008 Waltham abt 1845 22 AB 0-1-0 Amrod 17 Jul 1867 London 11 Nov 1867 Adelaide Discharged [5]
30 Morgan, Thomas Morgan, Thomas - I20331 Lynn abt 1839 28 AB 0-1-0 Jessie Anna 17 Jul 1867 London 17 Oct 1867 Adelaide Discharged [5]
31 Garrood, Henry Garrood, Henry - I20177 Chelmsford abt 1849 17 Apprentice Indentured 28 Jun 1865 London Remains [5]
32 Robinson, Fredk Wm Robinson, Fredk Wm - I20415 Cape Town 1850 Apprentice Indentured 04 Aug 1864 London Remains [5]
33 Poole, Alfred Poole, Alfred - I20381 Hackney abt 1847 Apprentice Indentured 30 Jul 1864 London Remains [5]
34 Tatlock, Paul Tatlock, Paul - I20486 London 1848 abt 19 Apprentice Indentured 05 Aug 1864 London Remains [5]
35 Harding, George Harding, George - I20211 Ireland 1850 abt 17 Apprentice Indentured 12 Jul 1865 London Remains [5]
36 Carey, Samuel Orby Carey, Samuel Orby - I157 Tipperary, Ireland 9 May 1841 26 Surgeon City of Adelaide Jul 1867[note 1] London Oct 1867[note 2] Adelaide Discharged [6]


Notes

  1. Assumed
  2. Assumed


References

  1. "SHIPPING NEWS.". The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) (Adelaide, SA: National Library of Australia). 14 October 1867. p. 2. Retrieved 24 October 2013. 
  2. "SHIPPING NEWS.". The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) (Adelaide, SA: National Library of Australia). 15 October 1867. p. 2. Retrieved 21 October 2013. 
  3. "Advertising.". South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) (Adelaide, SA: National Library of Australia). 14 October 1867. p. 1. Retrieved 4 November 2013. 
  4. "SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.". South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) (Adelaide, SA: National Library of Australia). 14 October 1867. p. 2. Retrieved 24 November 2013. 

    "SHIPPING NEWS.". The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) (Adelaide, SA: National Library of Australia). 14 October 1867. p. 2. Retrieved 24 November 2013. 

    "Advertising.". South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) (Adelaide, SA: National Library of Australia). 14 October 1867. p. 1. Retrieved 24 November 2013. 

    "Advertising.". South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) (Adelaide, SA: National Library of Australia). 23 October 1867. p. 1. Retrieved 24 November 2013. 
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 5.14 5.15 5.16 5.17 5.18 5.19 5.20 5.21 5.22 5.23 5.24 5.25 5.26 5.27 5.28 5.29 5.30 5.31 5.32 5.33 5.34 Crew List is held by the Maritime History Archive, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
  6. "Advertising.". South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) (Adelaide, SA: National Library of Australia). 23 October 1867. p. 1. Retrieved 4 June 2011. 


External Links