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ARRIVAL OF THE ANN LONGTON
Nelson Examiner & New Zealand Chronicle June 27th 1860

The Anne Longton arrived from London on Sunday last, after a passage of 111 days, with eight cabin, fifteen second cabin, and fifty-seven steerage passengers, and a large cargo for this port. The steerage passengers are principally persons who have been sent for by their friends resident in the province. No deaths had occurred among the passengers, and their number had been increased by one birth.

ARRIVAL OF THE ANN LONGTON
Taranaki Herald September 8th 1860

The Anne Longton, from England, via Nelson, where she has been four months, arrived to-day [Monday August 27th, 1860]

DEPARTURE OF THE ANN LONGTON
Taranaki Herald September 8th 1860

On September 8th 1860 the Ann Longton departed Taranaki for Valpariso [paraphrased from the newspaper]