Oct. 18, ship John Taylor, 800 tons, Cawkitt from London. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs Parker son and family, (7), Rev. J. C. Allen, Rev Mr Lally, Mrs Ldly «id family (2), Mr. aud £l m Air , ?Sv Mr'^ Dare and fa«»lv, (4), Mr ,ndMrs. Miles, Rev. J. Moir, Mrs. Moir andfarmly, (6), Cap. and Mrs. Beswick, and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. Weston, Mr. and Mrs. Ollivier
and family, (10), Mr. and Mrs. Brooking and family, (5), Mr. and Mrs. Ingram Shrimpton and family, (9), Mr. & Mrs. J. Shrimpton & family (5), Rev. W. Mincbin, Mrs. Minchiu aud family (3.) Mrs. Newman, and Misses Newman, (3), Messrs, Sillipbant, Elmer, Knowles, Biggs, Wylde, Riche, J. Beswick, Newbury, Sterriker, Purvell, Sheers, Pritchard, Denby, Fox, Newman, Miss Gosling, and Mrs. Smith, and 52 in the steerage. CLEARED OUT. Oct. 21, barque Cornwall, 580 tons, Dawson, for Amoy, in ballast. IMPORTS. In the John Taylor, —6l tons rod iron, 1 steam engine, 12 barrels currants, 11 do. raisins, 50 drums figs, 1.0 barrels nuts, 120 barrels flour, 34 casks sugar, 12 qr-casks, 20 cases Brandy, 50 cases Old Tom, 25 packages drugs, 11 barrels of oatmeal, 58 boxes soap, 60 cases Beer, and 361 casks, cases, &c. of sundries (unspecified), order. Birth.—On Friday, Sept. 2nd, at Duiledin, Otago, the wife of the Rev. J. A. Fenton,of a daughter.
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SHIPPING NEWS., Lyttelton Times, Volume III, Issue 146, 22 October 1853
SHIPPING NEWS. Lyttelton Times, Volume III, Issue 146, 22 October 1853
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