ARRIVAL OF THE SHIP ALIQUIS FROM LONDON.
The London immigrant ship Aliquis, 1,121 tons register, Captain Davidson, anchored off the North Head at midnight, 91 days out. She left on the 26th of July late, and has had a remarkably fine passage throughout. We hold over her report until our next, owing to the late hour at which she arrived.
The passengers, to the number of 125, have all arrived in good health, under the medical charge of Mr Foster. The wife of John Logan gave birth to a child; and a third class passenger named Robert Ishurwood died during the passage.
Among her passengers are, Mr Archibald Clark and family, who have returned to settle amongst us after a long absence.
The following is a list of passengers by this vessel:-
Cabin: Ashton Miss Collins Mr Wm Harden Mrs Harden Misses (3) and servant Hieginson and child Hussey Mrs and child Jamieson Mr Thomas R Oldham Mr and Mrs J. and family (7) and servant Pelham Mr Richadson Mr Thurnburn Mrs and Misses (2) Thurnburn Messrs Wm and Charles Second Cabin:- Blythe Mr Bowman Mr Duval Mr Frodsham Miss (2) Langford Miss O’Shannessy Mr Reeves Mr Wade Mr and Mrs Winter Mrs and family (4) Steerage (assisted):- Asmuss Jane, Anne and Henry Bowden William Burrell James and Alice Carde David, Jardine, Helen, Michael and Margaret Carlan John, Hannah, Anne, Mary, John and William George Connelly Mary and James Cossidy John Curry Catherine Dick Adam Dinning John, Mary, Archibald, Martha and William Egan Edward Furlong Martin and Ellen Gault William, Margaret, William, Robert and Jane Gilpen James Griffiths Thomas Hackett Mary Ann Hanley John Hill John Howard Mary, Elizabeth and George Boswell Herk John and Margaret Lipsey George Loughman William, Anne, Margaret and William Lynn William McCarthy Daniel McComas Sarah McGregor Charlotte Martin Sarah Meredith James and Elizabeth Meredith James and Emma Moloney J Moore John Munro Elizabeth Murphy Felix, Mary, Letitia, Francis and Margaret Nicoll Thomas, Agnes, Thomas and Grace O’Connor James O’Donogher M O’Neill Bridget O’Sullivan Ellen Plush Maria Quinn Mary Rare Janet Ritcher Anna Mary, Marian, Margaret, Anna, Edgar J, Elizabeth G and Marla D Robinson Johanna, Mary, Jane, William, Caroline, David and Henry Robinson James and Charles Thompson Mary Ann and Freeman Vasey Edward and George Ware Edward Thomas Williams James Total: 125
18,000 slates, order; 3 cases, M Pollard: 200 casks, order: 90 bundles, 1,600 sash-weights, 5 tons iron, 100 kegs, 20 sheets, 5 tierces, 18 casks, & hhd., 2 boxes, 2 cases, S H Smith; 1 case, Seccombe and Son; 320 cases, A Woolley and Co; 112 tons coals, order; 77 cases, Superintendent of Stores; 1 ditto, Assistant Superintendent of Stores: 32 pkg S Moss and Co: 5 cases, A Asher; 4 pkg Gilfitlan and Co: 4 case, 10 bales, 7 cases, 1 crate, 7 cases, 15 bales, 1 case, 3 bales, 3 cases, 7 casks, 1 case, 20 bales, 2 casks, 3 cases, 1 cask, 6 casks, 137 bundles, 70 table tops, 140 trestles, 6 trucks, 80 pots iron, Deputy Superintendent of Stores: 1 box, as addressed: 16 bales, W C Wilson; 240 kegs, Brown and Campbell – 2 cases, F H Lewisson: 1 cask, 1 case, S H Smithd 1 parcel stationery, 20 wagons, 34 wheels, 20 chokers, 5 grindstones, 5 troughs, 3 vats, 39 bales, 55 cases. 118 kegs, 53 B and
My Count: Total 144 arrived: 30 cabin 15 second cabin 99 steerage
How did the newspaper come up with 125 passengers when there are 144 passengers??
John Logan and wife and newborn mentioned in the arrival account but missing from the passenger list.
Robert Ishurwood died during the passage so this is an disembarkation list as he is not mentioned.
Mr Archibald Clark and family are mentioned in the arrival account but not on the passenger list.
Off site passenger list
Peter's (count 144)
Auckland Library - Auckland area inward passengers To obtain a full listing just entered the name of the ship and the year. Try different spelling variations. Also vessel newspaper. The site only has 90 names listed with twelve minor spelling variations and including the captain's surname Davison and adding the the Clark family: - Mrs A. Clarke and family, Cassidy, Dinning, O'Shanness, Maria D. Ritcher, Adam Dick Thompson, James William Thompson. Their source was the same newspaper item The Southern Cross from 26 October 1865.
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Little grains of sand,
Make the mighty ocean
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