TESTIMONAL TO CAPTAIN WHITWELL.
OP THE WALLABY.
The following letter has been addressed to the Captain of the steamer Wallaby ;:—
To Captain Whitweix, of the Steamer Wallaby. Deab Sib—We, the undersigned passengers, beß to express our sincere thanks to you and the officer 8 of your 9hip for the kind treatment we have received or our passage to the Okitiki. We trust you may be favored in future with as good passages as the present one ; and may God's all-seeing eye be ever upon you to protect you from the perils and dangers of the ocean. We have great pleasure in stating we were never better provided for or experienced more comfort than on board your ship. We sincerely wish every prosperty, health, and happiness to you and your family. A. G. Cave Eobt. Gibson John M'Kenna W. Burrows James Colvin James Dent Hugh Cameron John Morison G. F. Martin George Riley T. E. Chichester Bryan Brophy David Max James Curts John Lees Jno. Scott J. Canrice Joseph Gillenteon Andrew M'Conroy John Bain James Douglas Angus M'Phee Wm. Norton J. Rourke Robert Trotter J. Bourke T. C. Antich J. Timßon Thomas Freeman Joseph Manley John M'Grath Thomas M'Grath. John Loonen Patrick Collins Thomas Hamly John Ellis J. Mahar Thomas Cavanagh Edward Murphy Thomas M'Caul William Keown Patrick Brophy P. Gillin John Dunovan John Huron James King Robert Kelly Patrick M'Can William Taylor William Brown Charles Pitzpatrick J. Johnson Thomas Culhane George Kite J. Gibson Michael G. Green. Silas Gibson
The new paddle steamer City of Dunedin, arrived in Nelson, on Wednesday afternoon, -with passengers from Otago. She brought 64 passengers, diggers for the Okitiki, two horses and a mule ; and left again early yesterday morning for Dunedin, for another lot of passsengers.
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TESTIMONAL TO CAPTAIN WHITWELL., Colonist, Volume VIII, Issue 766, 24 February 1865
TESTIMONAL TO CAPTAIN WHITWELL. Colonist, Volume VIII, Issue 766, 24 February 1865
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