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THE MARY ANN.

', ' „ ; ; ■'■'■'' PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT IMMIGRANTS. ' Families.— Charles James, carpenter, and .wife; William James, carpenter, and'wife; William Ellen, laborer, and wife; Edward Barrett, gardener, wife and five children; Charles Gilberthorpe, laborer,: and wife; James Barclay, blacksmith, wife and two children; George Ancock, laborer, wife and child; John Johnson, laborer, and wife ; Francis Hill, laborer, wife and five children; John Thompson, millwright, wife and child; Donald M'Lean, shepherd, and wife; Albert Harris, carpenter, wife and three children; James Scott, ploughman, and wife;

Henry Mearsjaboror;,and ; wjfcj., aeorge.jGranger,! stocknian, wife >nd four clnldren ; Ug Sti latfoYek! wife and child;; Robert Houlihaiv tailor, wife" and elglit' children!;^ V l°tm^^n^^ Renter, Wife-and two1 -children'; ,Edw.ard' Holher, -laboreivwife arid three children1;1 ■ GcPrge■ Has.kell.i •:blftokßmhh i landwre;V'William'llolincß,. :^awainer,; and wife: William Collins,laborer, and wife;, William; • Milne, laborer, wife: arid.childj Alexander. Grilmore,, laborer, andiwife; William Mace,.la,boref,, wife.aiul< three children; Bryan Weybm-nybricklayer.and wile;; Angus M'Donald, shepherd, .wife and four children; ■ Arcli. M'ponald; shepherd, w.ife and, two children; K. Thonias; Dlaeksmitli, wife Md two, children; Charles Tlionias,' laborer,' wife arid';t\yo children;. William Elton,laborer,'wife and child; John Coker,,carpen-; ter's laborer, wife and 'child•'''Michael Ilovtl ironmoulder, and wife; -George. Lewis, laborer, wife and four children; Isaac 'Stemson, gardener, ■'■ and wife; Philip M'Carthy,slatei-, and wife';; Hehry Johnson, _ sawyer, wife and child; William Ellis y laborer, wife ; and child;. Eli Barter, laborer,; wife ; a.nd : three children; James Purvis, miller; wife f and cliild;^ James Smith, cartwright, wife andthree children;. Ohades Watson, labd'rer, wife and? child; Thomas. Lveritt, laborer, wife.ahd two cliildren;, David,Henry,, aborer, wife and four children;1 Ebehezer ]7aulds, laborer, and wife; i;Charles1 Baker'; carpenter, wife and five children •■'George' Ridgen, laborer, arid' wifer. John McGuire, car-penteri wife and .child; Robert Blazey, laborer, and wife; George..Bailey, laborer, wife and three children; William Heyward, gardener,-.wife and child ■ James; Spriggs, laborer, and .wife; Edward Green, tfeleorapli fitter, wife and five children. Single Men.- James Ellen, gardener f Joseph _ancl John Dockvill, carpenters; James and Edwardßarnelt, laborers; John Rodgers,laborer; Charles.Kui-. nead, laborer; Abel Trickey, plumber; Thomas SeM, laborer; Joseph Hannoriy.iaborery'William, Pegg, - laborer: Edward arid William Hollier, laborers; Thomas Warner, laborers-Robert Warner, butcher; James Herbert, laborer! John Sriiith, laborer; Angus • Macdonaldj, laborer; John Dick, shepherd^; John Davey, laborer; Alexander and John M'Leod, shepherds;: John Baker,.; carpenter; Edward tJnwin, laborer.;, George ; .Clark,. schoolmaster;,. J.phn, 1< ry, shepherd. ; „ ■-. •■-',; ' .'■ n' ; ,' :Sirigle WomenJ- Mrs.'.Elizabeth. Irving, .schoolmistress,1 ' and two; daughters.; Elizabeth Joyce, dressmakerVEmma;Rodgers,!.Ellen Thompson, Mary ■ and Margaret Houlihan, Hannah Firth, Martha and Sopliia Dalton^ ..Catherine Scott;: Jane Macdonald, Saral^ Lewis', Mary Anne-Osborn,1 Elizabeth Mansell, Emily Nisbett, Johanna Macdonald, Elizabeth Roofe, Martha -Hunt, Jane Rider,, Ellen; Ritchie, Ma.ria ; Hardy, Lydia .Trigg, Theresa Willis, Sarah and Catherine Granger, and Mary Sampson, (domestic servants... ■-■;-, :.'■ '■■■-..'/ ."' ?::■■•

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THE MARY ANN., Lyttelton Times, Volume XII, Issue 704, 6 August 1859

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THE MARY ANN. Lyttelton Times, Volume XII, Issue 704, 6 August 1859

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