Daily Post, Mon, January 2nd 1860
Arrival of the PERSIA, Capt JUDKINS, of the British and North American Royal Mail Steamer Co’s line arrived at Liverpool from New York at 3.30pm on Saturday, she brought 81 passengers :-
Mr B. C. SOUTH, John SOUTH, Mr and Mrs B. SOUTH and 4 children, Mrs John E. FISHER, Miss SHEDDEN, Mr and Mrs W. M. FORD, 2 children and servant, A. G. CLAYTON, J. S. OAKFORD, G. SOLOYIUS, Jas BUNTEN Jnr, G. S. NORRIS, Dr R. PURVIS, R. P. HEBBERT, W. S. CLARK, J. MASON, G. B. BRUCE, STOCKMAN, R. J. MORRISON, W. H. RUSSELL, G. BENJAMIN, R. CROFT, T. B. WRAGG, L. GERARD, E. MEYER, R. SEDGEWICK Jnr, A. H. BALDWIN, J. D. HILL, E. DUSSAIX, Oswald ERLE, H. G. BEESTON, A. WILSON, L. LAFARGE, Pierpont EDWARDS, RODIGER, A. URQUHART, Mrs M. MEYERS, Miss M. SLOANE, Chas Francis M. SLOANE, E. SCHIEDT, C. COATES, Chas S. PERKINS, T. C. RIDLEY, Hugh CHILDERS, J. V. PARKER, J. FREEMAN, Henry SCHMIDT, John PINSON, J. S. PLAYFAIR, N. ISAACS, Thos REDDER, Jas RAMSDEN, Jacob FINCK, Lieut R. PILMAN, BUMAGE, George ASHBURNE, Herbert BEACH, E. BROWN, James BROWN, R. SMITHEN, S. ROSENHEIM, H. KAYSER, John GEORGE, Thomas RODGER, John RODGER, John SIMONET, Thomas EDWARDS, Thomas THORP, W. SOUTH, C. J. HOYT, Capt G. GRAHAM, J. G. ADAMS
Arrival of the NOVA SCOTIA, Capt MC MASTERS, left Portland, 24th, ult, with 27 cabin and 35 steerage passengers
Mr RUTHERFORD, Mr MC KEAND, Mr and Mrs STIRLING, 2 children, Mr CLAXTON, Mr and Mrs EVANS, Mr RUKIE, Mr DICKSON, Mr GORDON, Mr WILLSON, Mr FRENCH, Mr CONNOLLY, Mr FORRESTER, Mr DANIEL, Mr PAYNE, Mr NOAD, Mr FULLARTON, Mr ROBINSON, Mr KEMP, Mr WAY, Mr and Mrs VENEGLIA, Miss GARVEN
Arrival of the AMERICA, Capt MILLER, she left Boston on the 28th, ?, and brought 37 passengers.
From Boston :-
Mr Charles CASTNER, Mr A. FAVRO?, Mr E. POWER, Mr E. G. NICKERSON, Capt. W. PETERSON, Mrs PETERSON and daughter, Mr. L. GODCHAM, Mr A. LUDEWIG, Mr SULLOCK, J. D. URQUIRLA, Mr A. TUEN, Mr J. MORRIS, wife and 2 children, Mrs J. E. DEDONE, Mr W. CAMPBELL, Mr W. WOOD, Mr W. SUTHERLAND, Mr R. HAMILTON, Mr H. MYERS, Mr S. CARAJANNOPULL, M. L. SAMYN
From Halifax :-
Mrs SANDERSON and 2 children, Capt ? 2nd Regt, Mr C. C. DRURY, R.N, Mr DESBU?, Mr CHANDLER, Mr G. A. PAW, Rev Mr HUNLOW, O’NEIL, Mr R. B. FORBES, Mr J. F. BREWER
Daily Post, Jan 11th, 1860
Arrival of the ATHENIAN, yesterday from the west coast of Africa, left Benin, November 24th.
The ATHENIAN, the African Co’s royal mail steamer arrived in the Mersey yesterday with the mails from the West Coast of Africa.
At Benin, the screw steamers, FIDELIA, SEA FLOWER and BENIN, were loading.
At Fernando Po, ships in Clarence Lane, were, United States Gun-ships, SUMPTER and MYSTIC and British schooner ELIZA of Bristol and the barque WILLIAM OSWALD of Hamburg.
In the Brass River, were the EXPRESS, ARABIAN, FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE, ORIENT and BELL were on the river.
At Bonny, the GRAND BONNY arrived on the 3rd Dec and the YALLINGFIELD sailed the same day for Liverpool full of oil, the EMPRESS, ADVENTURE, MARY BLACK, MISSISSIPPI, MARY, FANNY and POMONA were coaling.
At Cameroon the MONTEZUMA and ELIZA EMILY were in the river.
At Lagos on the 10th Dec, HMS MEDUSA, U.S Gunboat SUMPTER, ships, PRUSSISN EAGLE, GALAITEA, screw steamer FIDELITER.
At Sierra Leone, Dec 21st, HMS. SHARPSHOOTER arrived on the 20th and sailed south on the 21st, HMS. SURPRISE undergoing repairs, GARLAND of Plymouth, PHOENIX, African Royal Mail Steamer GEOPATRA sailed on the 17th Dec.
Teneriffe, Dec 31st, JAMES SHEPPARD arrived.
Madiera, Jan, African Royal mail steamer ARMENIAN put into quarantine.
From Bass, Mr MITCHELL
From Bonny, Lieut GLOVER. R.N and servant, Mr WALKER, Mr Taylor, Mr WATTS and 4 seamen
From Acra, Mr MOFFAT
From Cape Coast Castle, Mr SMALL, Sgt Major BROADHURST
From Sierra Leone, Mr S. M. CARTER, Mr John LEVI, J. CUDDY, [a distressed seamen]
From Bathhurst, Capt BROWN, Late 1st West India Regt, C. A. MORPHEN. Late 1st West India Regt
From Madeira, 7 distressed seamen from the MADRAS, 4 from the FLYING FOAM
3 Portuguese, whom, the ARMENIAN being placed in quarantine, at Madiera, the authorities would not allow to land, but requested Capt LOWRIGG to take them to Liverpool and hand them over to the Portuguese consul.
Jan 12th 1860.
Arrival of the NORTH AMERICAN, Capt ALTON, arrived yesterday morning
Mr Z. Le BLANC, Mr THIBANDEAN, Mr S. MC GILL, Mr LONSDALE, Rev A. PATTERSON, Mr W. COLQUHOUN, Mr G. C. WARD, Mr D. PUBBON, Mr E. A. GENEREAUX, Mr L. BLACK, Mr R. MC INTYRE, Mr R. J. WALKER, Mr D. MC INNES, Mr A. CAMERON, Mr LUMLEY, Mr P. REDPATH, Mr F. REDPATH, Hon John HAMILTON, Mr John JAMES, Mr J. T. B. MAYNE, Mr W. Y. CLARKE, Mr P. PLAMINDON
Daily Post, Jan 13th, 1860
Arrival of the CITY of WASHINGTON, Capt JEFFREY, early yesterday morning, dates from New York to the 31st ult. She brought 33 cabin and 80 steerage passengers.
Mrs MC DOWELL, Mr Robert MC DOWELL, Mr Thomas WALSH, Mrs LOVELOCK and infant, Mrs Paul MARPLES, Mr and Mrs BANQUIRT, Mr F. ROUX, Mr Peter WISEMAN, Mr H. M. ADDEY, Mr W. B. SMITH, Mr F, HORNSBOSTTE, Don Jose SANCHEZ, Don Rafael SANCHEZ, Don A. CARSIGA, G. H. FOOTE Esq, her Majesties Consul at Salvador, Mrs FOOTE, 2 children and nurse, Mr J. B. SARSON, Mr Henry J. IBBOTSON, Mr and Mrs W. W. FRAZIER, Don Vincente OVIEDO, Mr R. HOWARD, Mr Louis ZELION, Mr Alfonzo KALISHER, Mr W. P. EASTMAN, Mr SEWELL, Mr MASON, Mr Edmond SIVOTTE, Mr William PARKER
Daily Post, Tues, Jan 17th 1860
Arrival of the ASIA
The ASIA, Capt LOTT, arrived here yesterday bringing dates from New York to the 5th inst, and 24 passengers
Miss H. MENZIES, Mr and Mrs G. CIMAH, Capt W. V. MUNNINGS, Mrs Mary HIGGINSON, Lord HOWARD, Mr De CUSTRA, Mr George N. ELLIOTT, Mr S. P. HEYER, Mr W. MC KENZIE, Mr John KERRY, Mr Charles WEISS, Mr BALINSALL, Mr J. PADDOCK, Mr DRESEL, Mr Douglas PENNANT, Mr MARKER, Mr A. COOPER, Mr E. BARTHES, Mr S. B. GUION, Mr Robert RENFREW, Mr John C. HEENAN, Mr James CUSICK, Mr Thunder CHOEN
Mr James POWER, a stonecutter, at Columbia, South Carolina, a native of Ireland, with a number of other men in his trade, employed in the construction of the new State House at Columbia, when the pro-slave committee of the said town, heard of some of the remarks POWER had made of an abolition character, captured POWER and inflicted him with 29 lashes on his bare back. Then served him with a coat of tar and feathers and sent him by railroad to Charleston where he was imprisoned for several days then shipped to New York.
4th several merchants and gentlemen assembled on board the Galway Steamer PRINCE ALBERT, yesterday to partake of a banquet given by her commander Capt PROWSE [formerly 1st Officer of the GREAT EASTERN] previous to her departure to Galway. Alexander HOLLAND, agent of the line in New York, toasted the health of J. O. LEVER projector of the Irish Line, this was replied to by Capt WATERS, formerly of the PRINCE ALBERT.
Arrival of the NORTH BRITON
From the U.S and Canada
The NORTH BRITON arrived yesterday from Portland.
Mr R. M. KING, Mr T. H. MARSHALL, Mr R. EDMINSON, Mr Edward PRICE, Mr William PRICE Jnr, Mr Edward BURSTALL, Mr James HINGSTON, Mr F. C. EASTWOOD, Mr James S. WESTCOTT, Mr J. SHANLY, Mr G. WOOD, Mr William MC LIMONT, Mr Thomas MENZIES, Mr William McD DAWSON. M.P.P, Mr H. E. GUNN, Mr G. M. MILLAR, Mr G. ROBINSON, Mr L. S. OLIVER, Mr B. LYMAN, Mr H. A. NELSON, Mr John KAY, Mr J. M. JONES, Mr R. K. MASTERSON, Mr John PLIMSOL, Mr James WADDELL, Mr J. FOULDS, Mr W. W. STEVENS, Mr J. LIVINGSTON, Mr J. LEDAIRE, Mr H. LEMESURIER, Mr H. LEMESURIER Jnr, Col HADDEN, Lady and 2 servants, Col O’HALLORAN, Lady and 2 children and the Misses O’HALLORAN x 3, and governess, Master O’HALLORAN and servant. Mr KIDNER, Mr John WHYTE, Mr J. B. STEVENSON, Mr Henry ROWAN, Mr William P. THOMPSON, Mr H. LEGGE, Mr C. HAMMOND
Landed at Queenstown
Hon Judge MEREDITH and Lady
Arrival of the CANADA
The British North American royal mail steamer CANADA, Capt LANG, arrived in the Mersey at 10am yesterday with dates from New York from the 10th, Boston 11th and Halifax 13th. She arrived at Queenstown at 12.35pm on Sunday and departed for the Mersey at 1.15pm.
Mr and Mrs J. W. CLARK, Miss Jane WRIGHTON, Mr and Mrs A. DEXTER, Miss JOSLYN, Miss NICHOLS, Mr W. C. SMITH, Mr John HOPE, Mr Edward BROOKE, Mr G. LIPPOLD, Mr SUGDAM, Mr and Mrs QUIN and infant, Mrs BOWDITCH and son, Mr F. P. O’BYRNE, Mr F. VIVEN, Mr F. V. CLARKE, Mr Richard RUSSELL, Capt ELDRIDGE, Mr J. BARKER, Mr A. R. KINGSBURY, Mr J. L. WALLACE, Mr John LOCKE, Mr Edward MORGAN, Mr George FLING, Miss M. E. FLING, Mr J. PARKER, Mr H. MAXEN, Mr L. SAMYD, Mr S. MARLOW, Mr G. WASHINGTON, Mr Thomas FLAM, Mr W. M. FOSS, NICHOLLS
Mr SIVER, Mr and Mrs BILLING and 2 children, Mrs DOMVILLE, Gen BAILEY, Lieut HIME. R.E, Lieut KENNEHAN, 63rd Regt, Messers, HAYTHORNE, WRIGHT, MUIRHEAD, RITCHIE, MOFFATT, MAIR, BAULD, J. DEROLF, T. TRULY
Arrival of the BOHEMIAN
The BOHEMIAN, Capt GRANGE of the Montreal Ocean Steamship Co’s line telegraphed from Queenstown on Tuesday and arrived in the Mersey about noon yesterday with dates to the 14th.
W. W. STEVENS of Portland, Charles JACKSON and wife of Portland, Col O’HALLORAN and wife, three misses and master, two children, governess and servant of Boston, Mr LIVINGSTONE of Boston, F. BORNISH of New York, William MURRAY of New York, Joseph BECOUX of New York, Francis HOFNER of New York, Mr HOLT and wife and child of New York, Joseph VORHAGEN of New York, S. PRICHER of New York, Charles KENILER of New York, R. M. KING of England, T. H. MARSHALL of England, Col HADDEN and Mrs and two servants of Quebec, Hon Judge MEREDITH and wife of Quebec, Edward PRICE of Quebec, William PRICE of Quebec, G. WOOD of Quebec, William M. LEMONT of Quebec, Thomas MENZIES of Quebec, H. E. GUNN of Quebec, James RICKIE of Quebec, F. SHANLEY of Quebec, H. LEMESURIER Sen of Quebec, H. LEMESURIER Jnr of Quebec, R. EDMINSON of Montreal, James HINGSTON of Montreal, F. C. EASTWOOD of Montreal, C. H.MILLER of Montreal, G. ROBINSON of Montreal, L. S. OLIVER of Montreal, B. LYMAN of Montreal, Mr HARRELSON of Montreal, John KAY of Montreal, J. H. JONES of Montreal, John PLIMSOLL of Montreal, F. FOULDS of Montreal, J. LECLAIR of Montreal, J. B. STEVENSON of Montreal, J. WHITE of Montreal, W. SYKES of Montreal, W. G. ENGLISH of Montreal, R. K. MASTERSON of Hamilton, Mrs KIDLER of Hamilton, Mr SHANLEY of Toronto, F. MORTON of Toronto, J. THOMPSON of Toronto, Henry SYMONS of Toronto, Henry JOCUM of Toronto, William WHITE of Toronto, D. URQUHART of Kingston, James WADDELL of Kingston, F. BARTLETT of Kingston, P. BARLETT of Kingston, James S. WESTCOTT of St John N.B, Henry BOWEN of St John N.B, W. MC D. DAWSON of Three Rivers, William P. THOMPSON of Lindsay, Edward BURSTALL of Quebec
Daily Post Jan 27th 1860
The arrival of the KANGAROO
The KANGAROO, Cpt BROOKES, of the Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia Co’s line arrived in the Mersey yesterday at 11am with dates from New York to the 14th inst, she brought 150 passengers.
Miss T. H. SHEPPARD, Mrs George BULPIN, Mesdames MC CARAN and POWET and infant, Mr THOMPSON and son and two Misses THOMPSON, Adolphe FLAMANT, Alfred HARRISON, A. YOUNG, A. HECHT, Wife, and 3 children, Rev T. BOURNE, Wife, nurse and infant, Fred LYSTER, William LYSTER, W. J. NEWMAN and Wife, Mr LAPOSTAL, Alex KERR, William THOMPSON, William GILCHRIST, Rev G. HELLERBACK, D. COUGHLAN
The Royal Mail steamer ARABIA, Capt STONE arrived here at 8pm yesterday from New York with dates to the 18th, she had 43 passengers
Mr JARDINER and Lady, Mrs FIELD, Capt BOLTON, Mrs C. LEWIS, Mr SANFORD and Lady, Mr HODGES and Lady, Mr DUNCAN, child and nurse, Miss KENNEDY, Mr SHEPPARD, Messers, RATHBONE, MILLARD, KENDALL, GILBERT, GRUBE, MEUSSING, WINTHROP, HUNT, OLLENDORFF, ALBINOLA, LOCKWOOD, BOLCE, GOODING, HENDERSON, BRUSH, CRANE, ZASSENHAM, GREENETT, PRICE, WALKER, RATCLIFF, J. BLISS, W. BLISS, BOCKEL, ATKINSON, WATSON, SMITH, GEMMELL and MILLER
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