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SIR EDWARD PAGET









Departed London and arrived in Auckland on 18 December, 1850 with

Captain A. W. Barclay in command.

















Passengers -













Miss Henrietta Clinton




Miss Mary Fletcher





Miss Lucy Entwistle





George Taylor





John Taylor





Wm Baines





John Reynolds, wife, and three children



N Gifford, wife, and two children




A Abraham, wife, five children and servant



J B Greaves, wife, and four children, and servant


J Rees, wife, and four children




A Burgess





Henry Curtis





Miss Mary Taylor





Mrs. Barclay





Mr A Buckland and wife




Charles Bardsworth





B Reynolds





John Reynolds





George Isaacs





Henry Isaacs





Richard Rathbone, and son




T B Woodham, wife and two children



Walter Pratt





John Robertson wife and child




Miss Eliza Main





Mrs J Martin and two children




Thomas Martin





J Govin






Wm Dive






Henry Smith





Wm Hay






T George wife and child




J Kelsey






A Thompson













Agents - Brown and Campbell












The Sir Edward Paget left St. Katherine's Dock on the 15th and sailed

from the Downs on the 12th August.She experienced good weather

throughout; she has brought seventy passengers for New Zealand, the

majority of whom will remain in Auckland - the others will proceed by

her to New Plymouth.One of the passengers, Mrs. Martin, a relation of

our townsman Mr. Robertson, of the Auckland Rope Works, died when the

vessel was within but a short distance or our shores.










In the same publication the following death notice:










DIED






At Sea, on board the Sir Edward Paget,on the 10th December, Mrs Janet

Martin, late of Wigtonshire, Galloway, Scotland, aged 54 years.









Transcribed from The New Zealander, Saturday, 21 December, 1850.