Search billions of records on



The Register Newspaper

Monday 27th November 1854


Shipping Intelligence

Saturday November 25

The Barque Vesta, 388 Tons, J Fenwick, Master from London July 22




Mrs A Woolnough

Mr S Lewis

Mrs M Lewis?

Mrs S Lewis

in the Cabin


Mr and Mrs Partridge

Mr and Mrs Stevens and 3 children

Mr and Mrs Axten and child

Messr J Nicholls

Messr S Gibson

Messr J Gibson

Miss E Gibson

Master Gibson

Mr and Mrs D Green and 2 children

Master A Gibson

in the Intermediate


The Barque Vesta, 126 days from London arrived at the Lightship anchorage on Saturday last, the 25th instant.

During the latter part of the voyage the Vesta experienced three very heavy gales, in one of these, occurring near

the longitude of the Cape, a clear sweep was made of the starboard bulwarks, many of the sails were split and

many spars carried away.

The Vesta spoke October 4 in lat. 32˚ 27 S, long 1˚ 42 15 E the Crown (laden with coal) from Sunderland,

bound to Aden




Index Page


Home Page