Northern Daily Times
Sept 27th, 1854
The Boston packet ship PARLIAMENT, Capt G. W. PUTNAM arrived in the Mersey yesterday having on board the following cabin passengers;-
Mr Charles CARROLL, Mr William T. ALLEN, Dr E. WANDERSON and lady, Rev Robert LINDSAY and lady
Thurs Oct, 12th 1854
The transport PALMYRA arrived at Plymouth sound on Wednesday and left Constantinople on the 26th August with invalids for Malta and England.
List of Naval and seamen passengers
Mr S. LIBBEY, Master, Mr CARRIGAN, Paymaster, Mr A. BAXTER Surgeon, Mr SMITH Mate, Mr SIMMONDS Clerk, Mr PENNY Clerks asst and 23 petty officers and seamen invalids.
One seaman lost his arm at Sulina Mouth the same time as Capt PARKER of the FIREBRAND lost his life, the man was in the boat with the Captain.
Military officers, Col DOYLE, Col CROMBIE Coldsteam guards, Lieut SMITH 14th foot, Asst Surgeon DWYER 18th Royal Irish, medical officer in charge of the troop and 86 men, women and children with invalids for Chatham and Woolwich. These men belong to the, 41st, 47th, 50th, 44th, 71st, 77th, 95th, 86th, 11th Hussars, Artillery, Scots Fusiliers and Grenadier Guards.
Fri Oct 13th 1854
Arrival of the CLEOPATRA
Yesterday morning 359 of the 71st Highlanders arrived from Canada by the R. C. M. Steamer CLEOPATRA and consist of 2 Field officers, 18 others of lesser rank, 25 sgts etc, They were billeted here last night and will embark in a day or so for the seat of war in the east.
A testimonial was signed by the passengers to Capt SALT of the CLEOPATRA Signed :-
W. M. STACK Lieut Col 71st Highland Light Infantry Commanding, C. REWADY Major, B. BLENNERHASSETT Captain, George RICH, Captain, W. S. PRINCE, Captain, W. F. LIGRAVE Lieut, B. NEVILLE Lieut, John FULLER Lieut, F. BONHAM Lieut, Hon R. HARBORD Lieut, E. MURCHOUSE Lieut, F. W. LAMBTON Lieut, W. NEAVE Ensign, J. DALGLEISH Lieut and adjutant, John TAYLOR Quartermaster, William BARRETT M.B, Surgeon, W. SIMPSON M.B.A Surgeon
Oct 16th 1854
Arrival of the Black Ball Clipper SALDANHA
Arrived on Saturday morning from Melbourne in 91 days, with 50 passengers.
A testimonial was signed by the passengers to Capt FINLAY
By, William CASECOMBE, Richard ANDERSON, Henry MURPHY, James B. DALLISTON, George C. RINSLIE, M. R. LALOR, Andrew ORR, J. COOK, C. Van CREREN, Edward LANG, Francis SMITH, Clare SMITH, B. COX.
Oct 17th 1854
Passengers per Royal Mail Steamer OTTOWA, J. B. ATKINS Commander, from Quebec 5th Oct 1854
Mrs HECTOR, 3 children and servant
Col WULFE. R.E lady and 2 servants
Mr John GIBB, Mr James GIBB, Miss WHITE, Mr Harry BRAKENBURY, Mr James Lawson GIBB, Major MOFFATT 54th Regt, Capt JONES, Capt FOWKE, Capt MATHIAS, Surgeon GRANT, Paymaster W. MARRIOTT lady and 5 children, Quartermaster HIPKIN and lady, Lieut P. G. B. LAKE and lady, Lieut J. F. FLAMANK, Lieut W. H. D. CLARKE, Lieut C. A. THOMSON, Lieut W. F. RAMSAY, Lieut C. F. BARNETT, Lieut T. B. HAUSTON, Lieut R. B. STOKES and lady, Ensign H. FANE, 26 Sergeants, 9 drummers, 320 rank and file, 32 women, 43 children, of 54th Regiment from Quebec to Glasgow
Oct 17th 1854
The Clipper Ship RED JACKET a testimonial for Capt Samuel REED Esq for the gentlemanly way he conducted himself on the passage from Melbourne to Liverpool
F. J. PARSONS, G. H. LEWIS, James WATT, Samuel JELLICOS, James DUFFERY, William HIGHMAN, M. BARKER, Mrs BARKER, R. HORT, S. COLEMAN, H. PHILLIPS, S. BRYANT, John PORTRUS, Charles LIPPIATT, John BAIRD, James MC CLURE, CHESNEY, William MORGAN, A. WOLF, George S. MURRAY, E. BAKER, D. J. HANCOCK, Mr CRAWFORD, Mrs J. OLIVER, Benjamin CASE, D. COHEN, Charles CLARK, Leonard ADDISS, John BUSHER for self wife and family, Page WALTON, George WALKER, W. H. EVERIST, G. SANDERSON, John MULLIGAN, A. F. NAILARD, Mrs H. W. NAILARD, Mrs M. BAKER, John LESLIE, Thomas KNOWLES, Charles FINLAYSON, Alex KNIGHT, Mrs Ann EVANS and family, James GLEW, Mr CORNBLORM, Mrs Mary Jane DUFFEY, Mrs OSTNAND, Mr GORE, George CASE, J. W. BAYNTON, Oct 1854
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