Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Passengers to Natal per RMS Natal Oct 1875

Natal Mercury October 5 1875

SHIPPING GAZETTE
ARRIVED
October 10th - Natal, RMS, of Southampton, 587 tons, JC Gilbert, from Cape Town and intermediate ports. Cargo: general. 

PASSENGERS
From Cape Town
Mrs J Phillips
Misses (2) Wilkinson
Mr and Mrs Kennedy
Capt and Mrs Disney Roebuck
Mr and Mrs Elton
Mr and Mrs Hersee
Mr and Mrs de Stanteville
Miss Cranston
Messrs
Vane
Thorne
Foulis
Greathead
2 servants
From Algoa Bay
Miss Rose
Mr Gordon
one native
From Southampton
Mrs Gordon
Mrs Frost
Mr and Mrs Read
Miss Meincke
Miss Bochmers
Messrs
J Phillips
Hoskings
Weldon
Carr
Smith
Lenkin
Kahl
Posselt
Gregory
Bordman
Spence
Donald
five men, four women and seven children
Report
Left Cape Town on the 6th October, at noon, arrived in Port Elizabeth on the 8th, at 9.30 a.m., left again at 5.35 p.m., anchored off East London on the 9th at 6.30 a.m., left at 8.30 a.m. Experienced light variable winds during the voyage. USS Anglian and CSS Elizabeth Martin at anchor in Algoa Bay; RMS Basuto at East London. On the morning of the 10th passed a schooner (NHGT), and SS Adonis at anchor off Scottburgh, wishes to be reported - all's well.
Escombe and Co., agents.

October 10 - Maria Frederica, schnr, of Cape Town, 97 tons, Fernandez from Port Elizabeth, sailed September 28. Cargo: salt.
R Wilhelm, agent.
October 11 - Alice, schooner, of Port Louis, 193 tons, Stuber, from Mauritius, sailed ---. Cargo: general.
Beningfield and Son, agents.

SAILED
October 9 - Annie, schr, of Port Natal, 41 tons, C Smith, for East London. Cargo: general.
S Crowder and Co., agent.
OUTER ANCHORAGE
Alice, schooner, of Port Louis, 193 tons, Stuber, from Mauritius. Beningfield and Son, agents.
Empreza, barque, of Adelaide, -- tons, Lee, from Adelaide. Steel, Atkinson and Co, agents.
Natal, RMS of Southampton, 528 tons, Captain JC Gilbert from East Coast ports. Escombe and Co., agents.
VESSELS IN PORT
Actaea, barque, of London, 300 tons, A Walker, for Mauritius. E Snell and Co., agents.
Annie Bow, schnr. 250 tons, J McLean, for Delagoa Bay. Lipperta and Dentzelmann, agents.
Armida, brig, of Tundsvale, 207 tons, J Werner, for Sydney. Bullard, King and Co., agents.
Barbara Taylor, 3-masted schnr, of Greenock, 252 tons, Taylor, for London. Bullard, King and Co., agents.
Carrington, 3-masted schr., of Jersey, Strickand, for London. Ballance and Goodliffe, agents.
Durban, barque of London, 332 tons, Newton, for London. Bullard, King and Co., agents.



Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Passenger arrivals Natal Oct 1875

ARRIVALS Natal Mercury October 2 1875
Hannah Nicholson, Actaea, Natal, Zulu, Umkomanzi, Adonis, Elizabeth Martin, Kafir, Lady Selborne, Florence

SHIPPING ARRIVALS
Sept 3 - Hannah Nicholson, barque, of Adelaide, 252 tons, Farquhar, from Adelaide, sailed July 16. Cargo: flour.
PASSENGERS
Messrs
Hardy
Rodds
H and T McCubbin, agents.
Sept 7 - Actaea, barque, of London, 300 tons, A Walker, from Calcutta and Mauritius, sailed from Calcutta, July 11. Mauritius, Aug 25. Cargo: general.
PASSENGERS
Mrs and Miss Maingard
Mrs Porley and four children
Mr and Mrs S Guillaman and three children
Mr Nicholas and four children
E Snell and Co., agents.
Sept 7 - Barbara Taylor, 3-masted schnr, of Greenock, 252 tons, Taylor, from London, sailed June 12. Cargo: general.
Bullard, King and Co., agents.
Sept 7 - Surprise, barque of Norway, 454 tons, Wagner, from London, sailed June 1. Cargo: general.
Steel, Atkinson and Co., agents.
Sept 8 - Natal, RMS, of Southampton, 587 tons, JC Gilbert, from Capt Town and intermediate ports. Cargo: general.
PASSENGERS
From Southampton
Mrs King and 4 children
Lieut de Hoghton
Messrs
E Escombe
Heys
Macfarlane
Gregory
5 men, 2 women, and 5 children.
From Cape Town
Mrs H De la Cour Travers, child, and servant
Messrs Pretorius
C Fleek
G Bocca
Beather
Henderson
Kennedy
J Noeman
H Thomas
A Fisher
C Kirsten
J Domon
R Cook
From Algoa Bay
Mr and Mrs Railie
Dr Barbour
Mr L Bamball
Messrs
Barbour
Somberg
W Reigg
Weitzel
Report
Left Cape Town at noon on the 3rd Sept., experienced light variable winds till midnight, then the wind freshened to NW and increased till morning. During the 4th strong gale; at midnight heavy gale with violent squalls, wind, hail and rain, thunder and violent lightning. Arrived Algoa Bay 5th, at 1 p.m. Off Cape. St. Francis, on the morning of the 5th passed RMS Kafir bound to the westward and a brigantine running. Left Port Elizabeth on the 6th at 3.20 p.m., anchored off East London next morning at 7; left again at 11.20 a.m. From Port Elizabeth to Port Natal, light easterly winds and fine.
Escombe and Co., agents.
Sept 11 - Annie, schooner, of London, 40 tons, Le Clercq, from East London, sailed Sept 8. Cargo: general.
S Crowder and Co., agents.
Sept 11 - Zulu, RMS, 678 tons, H de le Cour Travers, from Zanzibar and intermediate ports. Cargo: general.
PASSENGERS
Alex Turnbull, Esq., MD, Staff-Surgeon HMS "London",
Messrs
Thompson
Brown
Joublet
Mrs and Miss Samuel
17 Naval invalids
Report
Left Natal August 19, 9 a.m., arrived Mozambique August 25, 3.15 p.m.; arrived Zanzibar August 28, 9.15 a.m. From Natal to 26° S experienced heavy NE gale and very high sea; thence to Zanzibar moderate fair winds and strong adverse currents. Left Zanzibar August 31, 3.15 p.m. arrived Lindi Bay September 2, 8 a.m.; sailed at noon same day; arrived Mozambique September 4, 7.30 a.m.; left 3.15 p.m. same day; arrived Delagoa Bay September 8, 2.30 p.m.; sailed September 9, 11.45 a.m., arrived Natal September 11. From Zanzibar to Cape Delgado experienced light SW monsoon and strong adverse currents, thence to 21° S light fair winds, but no current; thence to C Corrientes similar weather; Delagoa Bay to Natal, strong gale and heavy head sea.
Escombe and Co., agent.
Sept 12 - Umkomanzi, barque, of Aberdeen 397 tons, Airth, from London, sailed June 29. Cargo: general.
PASSENGERS
Mrs Bachan and seven children
Steel, Atkinson and Co., agents.
Sept 12 - Adonis, of Amsterdam, SS, 80 tons, Thompson, from Scottburgh, sailed Sept 12, not having effected a landing. Cargo: sundries.
PASSENGERS
Mrs Collingham and three children
S Crowder and Co., agents.
Sept 15 - Elizabeth Martin, CMS, of Leith, 1500 tons, Duncan, from London and Cape ports. Cargo: general.
PASSENGERS
Messrs
Mc-om-ie
Ridson
Buyers
Report
Sailed from London, August 4th; arrived at Cape, Sept 2nd, left 5th; arrived Mossel Bay, 6th, left 7th; arrived Algoa Bay, 8th, left 10th; arrived at Kowie, 11th, left 13th; arrived East London, 13th, left 14th; arrived Natal, 15th.
Black, Baxter and Co., agents.
Sept 15 - Eastern Star, brig, 208 tons, GW Arnot, from London, sailed Jan 10th. Cargo: general.
Steel, Atkinson and Co., agents.
Sept 22 - Kafir, RMS, of Southampton, 900 tons, Garratt, from Cape ports. Cargo: general.
PASSENGERS
From Southampton
Mr and Mrs Topham, four children, and nurse
Rev., Mrs and Mr AJ Abrahams
Mr G Woodley
Mr Krafer
Miss Nickse
Mr Dowse
Mr Hooper
Mr RG and Mr G Hooper
Sergt Hawgood
Mr and Mrs Fairburn
Misses Pople (2)
Mrs Heller and daughter
From Cape Town
Miss Lloyd
Mr GL Morton
Mr and Mrs Bonever
Mr E Moore
Mr Thomas Kirkwood
Mr T Hastings
Messrs
A Nelson
J Leis
Robert Hunter
From Algoa Bay
Messrs
Macleroy
Mann
TA O'Flaherty
Bisset
From East London
Mr JN Holden
John Nixon
From Cape Town for Zanzibar
Muchmoet
Noomen
one boy
Report
Left Cape Town, Monday, Sept 13th, 4 p.m., light variable winds, to Mossel Bay; arrived at Mossel Bay, Tuesday, Sept 14th 7.30 p.m. left Mossel Bay, Wednesday, 15th, 2.30 p.m.; moderate head winds to Algoa Bay; arrived at Algoa Bay, Thursday, 16, 8.30 p.m.; left Algoa Bay, Sunday, 19th, 10 a.m.; light fair winds and calm to East London; arrived at East London, Monday, 20th, 5.30 a.m.; left East London, Monday, 20th, 5.30 p.m.; light fair winds and calm to Natal; arrived at Natal, Wednesday, 22nd, 5.30 a.m.
Escombe and Co., agents.
Sept 23 - Lady Selborne, 3-masted brigantine, of Plymouth, 299 tons, N Keen, from Port Alfred, sailed Sept 19, in ballast.
PASSENGERS
S Stanley
J Lyons
P Murphy
R Wilhelm, agent.
Florence, CMS of Leith.



Monday, February 19, 2018

Passengers to Natal per Pembroke Castle Nov 1889







PEMBROKE CASTLE arrived November 5 1889 Natal Witness November 7 1889

Arrived:
Nov 5, Pembroke Castle, C.S.S., of London 3936 tons, Hay, from England and Cape ports. Cargo, general.

PASSENGERS:
From London:
Messrs
Symonds
Laws
Clements
Miss Hubner
Messrs
Frank
Wood
Kingston
Fleming
Kemp
Smith
Warren
Kunder
Smith
Lawrence
Thomas
Beard
Taylor
Wilson
Wynn
Hamilton
Bamsley
Struther
Millican
Duffin
Michel
McCormick
Robertson
Denest
Renault
Liddall
Brooks
Frank
Mrs Mason and two children
Messrs
Hanly
Hawkins
Mr and Mrs Snashall
Misses (2) Snashall
Mr Ievrand
Mr and Miss Dawes
Mr Arenskong
Miss Leigh
Miss Fowler
Mr Carmont
Mr and Mrs Kent and child
Masters (5) Kent
Messrs
Ransom
Hudson
Simmonds
Anstrong
Haigh
Binghley
From Flushing:
Messrs
Bonkenburg
Blok
Vriest
Bos
From Cape Town:
Messrs
Brodie (2)
Mrs and Miss Brodie
Mr and Mrs Celliers and child
Miss Preller
Mr and Mrs Bailey and two children
Messrs
Brownlow
Hedman
Mr and Mrs Bicknell and two children
Miss Mizers
From Algoa Bay:
Messrs
W and S Smith
Mr and Miss Wardle
From East London:
Miss Filmer
Messrs
Merricks
Strike
Hardy
Whitfield
Mrs Fink and three children
- WF Allan, agent.

Nov 5, Christina, barque of Helsenborg, 314 tons, Olsen, from Geffe (July 8).
- Parker, Wood and Co., agents.

Sailed:
Nov 5, Giovanni, of Aberdeen, 710 tons, Haggie, for Falmouth. Cargo, teakwood.
- JT Rennie and Sons, agents.
Nov 5, Sylphide, schooner, of Sundavall, 332 tons, Toswell, for Inhambane, in ballast.
- Randles, Bro. and Hudson, agents.




Saturday, February 17, 2018

Souvenir Saturday: the Hamilton Family of Stevenston, Ayrshire



Hamilton Family of Stevenston, Ayrshire: William b 1854 and Elizabeth b 1857 (my great grandparents), seated in chairs, with from top left Bill, Nancy (Agnes),

 Margaret, Tom, Nell, Jim in front, taken ca 1912.
Not in the photo are Alexander and Joseph (my grandfather) who had gone to SA about 1910. Tom (Thomas Craig Hamilton) later joined them in SA and died aged 29 in a mining accident at Dannhauser 4 September, 1923.

Friday, February 16, 2018

Passengers to Natal per Duart Castle and African 1889


DUART CASTLE arrived October 22 1889 Natal Witness October 25 1889
Arrived:
Oct 22, Duart Castle, C.S.S., of London, 1825 tons, Harris, from England and Cape ports. Cargo, general.

PASSENGERS
From London:
Messrs
JB Ross
Mr and Mrs Brown
Messrs
R Price
D Lowry
J Polley
Carlmann
Woe
Foster
Burns
Welch
Caulter
Rutler
Hall
Urpen
Ornot
Cassidy
Hutchinson
McAnade
Suirfull
Burton
Daniels
Thompson
Sphlin
Verstiede
Perry
Osburg
Harrison
Higgins
Fraser
Williams
Ede
Mr, Mrs and Master Downie
Mr, Mrs and Master Andreson
Miss McLean
Mr and Mrs Boulton and infant
Master and Misses (2) Boulton
Mr and Mrs Leidler
Mrs L and E Richards
Master and Misses (2) Richards
Mr and Mrs Thompson
Miss Peters
Messrs
R and W Richards
George
JM Subbs
From Cape Town:
Mr Cullock
From Algoa Bay:
Mr and Mrs Considene
From East London:
Mr A Anderson and Stapel
Mr Holias
- WF Allan, agent.

Oct 23, African, U.S.S., of Southampton, 1372 tons, Smyth, from Delagoa Bay. Cargo, general.

PASSENGERS
For Natal:
Messrs
Focsanesca [Fonseca?]
Borland
Smallfield
Collingwood
Mr and Mrs Pottier
Arab, and 10 natives.
For Madeira:
Mr Russell
- HJ Watts, agent.


Thursday, February 15, 2018

Passengers to Natal per Nyanza and Venice 1880



Nyanza: passengers on deck 1877



NYANZA arrived July 12 1880 also VENICE Natal Witness July 15 1880
Arrived:
July 12, Nyanza, U.R.M.S., of Southampton, 2128 tons, Ballard RNR, from England and the Cape. Cargo general. This vessel carried the Willowfountain settlers.

PASSENGERS from England:
Mr, Mrs, Miss and Master Methley
Messrs
Harrison
A Stanley
W Clifford
McNess
Moham
McNawn
JB Gribble
Mr and Mrs Neden
Messrs W and J Neden
Misses Neden (5)
Mr, Mrs and Misses (3) Laddle
Mr, Mrs and Masters (3) Aitchesen
Messrs
Brudley (4)
Mr and Mrs Barnett
Misses Barnett (2)
Master Barnett
Mr an Mrs Clements
Master Clements (3)
Misses Clements (4)
Mr, Mrs, Miss and Master Clarke
Mr and Mrs Christieson
Messrs
Clarke
Green
Hadden
L Hadden
Mr and Mrs Oldfield
Masters Oldfield (6)
Miss Oldfield
Mr and Mrs Roberts
Messrs Roberts (2)
Miss B Roberts
Mr and Mrs Symons
Mr, Mrs and Miss Martin
Mr and Mrs Rowlings, Masters (4), and Misses (2) Rowlings
Messrs Liepir (2)
Miss Liepir (2)
Mr and Mrs Haworth
Misses Haworth (3)
Masters Haworth (4)
Mr Clark
Mr and Mrs Powdrill
Misses Powdrill (4)
Master Powdrill
Mr and Mrs Walker
Misses Walker (8)
Masters Walker (3)
Mr and Mrs Hamlyn
Masters Hamlyn (2)
Misses Hamlyn (5)
Mr and Mrs Neden
Master Neden
Misses Neden (3)
Mr, Mrs and Miss Hann
Mr and Mrs Brown
J Brown
Masters Brown (2)
Misses Brown (3)
Mr and Mrs Parkin
J Parkin
G Parkin
Miss Morriss
Mr Barrett (2)
From Cape Town:
Mr Thirsby
- E. Baynton, agent.

July 12, Venice, C.R.M., of London, --tons, Brown, from Cape and intermediate ports. Cargo general.
PASSENGERS from Cape Town:
Captain and Mrs Heavy, two children, and servant
Mrs Staple, three children, and servant
Mr Bruss
Mr and Mrs Van Coller and child
Mrs F Wilson
Mr Rossenburg
Messrs Dark and Stoner
From Algoa Bay:
Mr Kisher
From East London:
Miss and Master Butler
Mr Herman Rule
Messrs
Bonsacimer and Dach
From London:
Messrs
C Holland
H Levy
HJ Poole
J Schoultz
Miss M Hunter
Mr and Mrs Ever[e]st and child
Mr and Mrs Watson and child
Mr and Mrs Pawson and two children
Miss Jane McQuadrie
Mrs Sullivan and three children
Mrs McKwan and three children
Mr and Mrs Locke and infant
Mr TBL Edgecome
Mr and Mrs Hopkins nd child
Mr Walter Brayshaw
Mr and Mrs Gorrie and three children
Messrs
J Watson
D Jeckie
J Patterson
Spence
Alison
G Adamson
D McLellan
A McAlpine
- DC Andrew, agent.

July 3, Umzinto, barque, of London, 280 tons, Nurse, from London, May 8. Cargo, general.
PASSENGER:
Mr G Spoon
- Bullard, King and Jarvis, agents.



Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Victorian Valentine




Valentine's Day, also called Saint Valentine's Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine, is celebrated annually on February 14. Originating as a Western Christian Feast day honoring one or two early saints named Valentinus, Valentine's Day is recognized as a significant cultural, religious, and commercial celebration of romance and romantic love in many regions around the world, although it is not a public holiday in any country.

The day first became associated with romantic love within the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer in the 14th century, when the tradition of courtly love flourished. In 18th-century England, it evolved into an occasion in which lovers expressed their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionary, and sending greeting cards known as "valentines". Many of these were works of art which became more detailed especially during the sentimental Victorian era. In Europe, Valentine's Day symbols that are used today include the heart-shaped outline, doves, and the figure of the winged Cupid. Since the 19th century, handwritten valentines have given way to mass-produced greeting cards.


Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Passengers on Mexican to and from Natal Oct 1889


MEXICAN arrived October 18 1889 Natal Witness October 23 1889

Arrived:
Oct 18, Mexican, U.S.S., of Southampton, 4569 tons, Jones, from England (Sept 20), and Cape ports. Cargo, general.

PASSENGERS:
From England:
For Natal:
Mr and Mrs Levy
Mrs Driver
Mr, Mrs and Misses (2) Price
Mr and Mrs Baker
Mr and Miss Hevs
Messrs
Dumat
Fulton
O'Mears
Brooke
Thompson
Baldock
Smyth
McIllerow
Cosgrove
Berrie
Miss Watkins
Mr Young
Mrs Burnes and child
Messrs
Allen
Morgan
Mr and Mrs Morton
Mr, Mrs and Master Taylor
Messrs
Walker
Colling
McLeod
Mr and Miss Bridgman

From Cape Town:
Messrs
Wilkes
Owen
Dr Duff
Mr Morris
Mr and Mrs Dangers
Mr, Mrs and Master Rance
Miss King
Messrs Haigh
Rogerson
Chumley
Misses Ramsay and Elliott
Messrs
Russell
Hines
Mrs Simpson
Miss Holland
From Algoa Bay:
Messrs
Worman
Bell
Mr and Mrs Anderson
Messrs
Blackburn
Howe
Van der Merwe
John
Thomas
Smyth
Mr, Mrs and Master Dayley
Jacob
Price
From East London:
Mr Wright
Mrs and Master Ellis and maid
Messrs
E Jones
W Jones
Reeve
Maitland
Mr, Mrs, Master and Misses (2) Stacy
- HJ Watts, agent.

Oct 19, Clan Cameron, S.S., of Glasgow, 2433 tons, Sibery, R.N.R., from Liverpool and Glasgow. Cargo, general.
- Steel, Murray and Co., agents.
Oct 19, Ziba, barquentine, of Arendal, 283 tons, Knuden, from Christiania (July 9). Cargo, timber.
- WF Johnstone, agent.
Oct 20, Dabulamanzi, S.S., of Aberdeen, 1537 tons, Baker, from London (Sept 16). Cargo, general.
- JT Rennie and Sons, agents.
Oct 21, Pongola, S.S., of London, 1440 tons, Lewis, from Cape ports. Cargo, general.
- King and Sons, agents.

Sailed:
Oct 20, Mexican, U.S.S., of Southampton, 4669 tons, Jones, for Cape ports and England. Cargo, general.
PASSENGERS:
For East London:
Mrs Howard and child
Mr J Massey
For Algoa Bay:
Mr and Mrs SV Cloete
C Lemon
For Cape Town:
Mr T Harcombe
Mrs H Scholtz, 3 children, and servant
For England:
Messrs
CW Reinhardt
H Edwards
E Athow
F Mead
- HJ Watts, agent.

Oct 20, Byron, of Tredestrand, 348 tons,Johanesen, for Mexico, in ballast.
- Hunt, Leuchars and Hepburn, agents.
Oct 20, Edith Sheraton, Schooner, of Nova Scotia, 314 tons, Coumans, for Guam, in ballast.
- A. Fass and Co., agents.
Oct 21, Nubian, U.S.S., of Southampton, 3091 tons, Molony, for Cape ports and England. Cargo, general.
- HJ Watts, agent.



Monday, February 12, 2018

Passengers departed Natal per Moor Oct 1889

MOOR sailed October 6 1889 Natal Witness October 9 1889

Arrived:
Oct 7, Anglian, U.S.S., of Southampton, 2245 tons, Morton, from Delagoa Bay. Cargo, general.
- H.J. Watts, agent.

Sailed:
Oct. 6, Moor, U.S.S., of Southampton, 3686 tons, Griffin, for Cape ports and England. Cargo, general.
Passengers:
For East London:
Mrs Filmer
Mrs Holgate and 2 children
Miss Jones
Miss Osmond
Miss Bluhm
Mr JR Jones
For Algoa Bay:
Messrs
Isaacs
Newman
Goldberg
R Bertram
WWC Clark
HJ Vanwike
G Harrison
Kohler
Alex Keddie
W Froomberg
J Worman
C Bell
G Fraser
Tripmaker
A Oliff
W Luke
Sam, and Miss Niel
For Cape Town:
Messrs
Aspinall
JS Brunskill
F De Villiers
D Sparks
Mr and Mrs Bryant
For England:
Mrs Pitts and 3 children
Messrs
H Parsons
W Cook
J Cook
- H.J. Watts, agent.



Sunday, February 11, 2018

Passengers to Natal per Asiatic Nov 1880


ASIATIC arrived November 6 1880 Natal Witness November 11 1880

ARRIVED:
Nov 6
Asiatic, U R M S, of Southampton, WC Crutchley, 2089 tons, from Cape Town and intermediate ports. Cargo general.

Passengers from Southampton:
Mrs A Davis and maid
Mrs and Miss Pacvis
Mr and Mrs Burden
Mr and Mrs Gresham
Mr and Mrs Rabbish
Miss Boocock
Messrs
Leyall
Stock
Warne
Dabb
McWilliam
H Shroder
P Shroder
Givers
Mr and Miss Atkinson, 4 Misses and 2 Masters Atkinson and native servant
Mr E Hope
Mrs Knight and 2 Misses and Master Knight
Miss Reeves
Miss Allen
2 Misses Mesves
Miss Capel
Mr and Mrs Mathews
Mr Clausen
Mr Finston
Mr, Mrs and Master Ker
Mr and Mrs McKenzie
Mr H Pepper
Mr Reed
Mr and Mrs Hewitt
Mr H Neimeyer
Mr, Mrs, Miss and 2 Masters Mare
Mr, Mrs, 2 Misses and Master Sutherland
Mr and Mrs Chrichton
Mr, 7 Misses and 2 Masters Williams
From Cape Town to East London:
Capt. Spondow
From Algoa Bay to East London:
Mr, Mrs, 2 Misses and 2 Master Browse  Messrs
Long
Lumsden
Kellan
11 Volunteers
Capt. Walker

From Algoa Bay to Natal:
Mrs Wells
Messrs
Scoones
Gurdts
Thomas
Kullett
Burley
Colgate
Brown and Hickson
- E. Baynton, agent.