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Press, 9 January 1882, Page 2
Arrived January 8
Loch Dee, barque, 700 tons, Black, from London. Passengers—
Francis Mackell
Samuel Gerrard
Walter Mansfield
James Hulston
Clara Hulston
Edgar Smith
Emma Gerrard
Anne, Louisa, and Samuel Gerrard
Jacques Scholer
Ambrosias Gallin
John, Peter, and Andrew M'Callum
James Henry
Anne Henry
Alfred, Mary, Charles, Benjamin, and Sarah Henry
Edward Swinbanks
G. H. Robinson
S. Neilson.
New Zealand Shipping Company, agents.

Press, 9 January 1882, Page 2
THE LOCH DEE. Early yesterday morning. the barque Loch Dee. in command of Captain Black, well known in the Aucklacd trade, arrived from London. She made the journey in ninety four days, a passage which, considering the indifferent weather she experienced, was a very good one. Twenty six passenger all told (equal to twenty statute adults) arrived by her, all in good health, and in good spirits at the passage they have made, the treatment they received, and at the prospect of taking up their abode in the Britain of the South. No serious sickness, accidents, births, or deaths occurred during the voyage, and the vessel has arrived in such order as does credit to her officers. The New Zealand Shipping Company, to whom the vessel is consigned, will enter her particulars at the Customs to-day, due notice of which is given by advertisement in another column.