ARRIVAL OF THE MARY CATHERINE
The New Zealander June 11th 1853
The Mary Catherine, left Gravesend on 6 February and the Downs on the 9th; she experienced very rough weather during the greater part of the voyage. On 2 March spoke the ship Burlington; a few days afterwards spoke the ship Julinda. On 10 April spoke the ship Christiana bound from Liverpool to Port Phillips. When off Van Dieman's Land, passed the barque Hope but did not ascertain for whence she was bound.