The ADAMANT departed London on 6 November, 1876 and arrived in Wellington on 22 February, 1877, under the command of Captain Thomas Bowling.
Transcribed from the Evening Post, 22 February 1877, Page 2
ARRIVAL OF THE ADAMANT.
Messrs. Shaw, Saville & Co.'s barque Adamant, from London, arrived off the Heads yesterday afternoon, being 105 days since she landed the pilot off Exmouth. She is under command of Captain T. Bowling, and brings a large general cargo, consigned to Messrs. W. and G. Turnbull & Co. She has no Government immigrants, but there are a number of saloon, second cabin, and steerage passengers on board, whose names will be found below.
Chief Cabin -
Second cabin -
WATTS Dr and family (11)
Messrs CHAPMAN, WINSER, COOK, ROSE, PARDON, GILPIN, DEAR, NEWBERRY, JUDKINS, HARROLD
Another list for this voyage
Transcribed from the Evening Post, 18 January 1877, Page 2
Passengers per Messrs Shaw, Savill & Co.'s Adamant, from London to Wellington on 4th November:—
Chief Cabin —
Revs McNamara and Genaty
Messrs H. C. Slyn, R. Spencer, Marples, and C. A. Hives
Second Cabin —
Dr Watts and family (11)
Miss S. Andrews
Mrs E. Elder
Messrs H.Winser, R. J. Chapman, H. Cook, F. Rose, H. Pardon, W. M. Gilpin, J. Newberry, S. L. Judkins, J. F. Dear, T. K. Harrold, and J. R. Elder
E. W. Williams
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