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The New Zealander

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVALS PORT OF AUCKLAND

Shipping Lists
1853

Ship 'CADUCEUS' two voyages

The New Zealander 21 May 1859
ARRIVAL
May 19 Caduceus Cass from London

Passengers:

ABERCROMBIE, Jane
ANDREWS, Henry, Ann, George, Charles, Frank, Howard & Fanny
BADDELY, Henry C
BAILLIE, Hugh
BARCLAY, Peter & Mary
BARKER, Henry Wm
BARNES, John
BAYNTON, William
BECKWITH, Caroline
BIDDICK, James, Emily & Fanny J
BISHOP, Richard
BOURAN, William M
BOWLING, John R
BRAIN, John
BROOKFIELD, Charles F
BRYSON, James
BULLOCK, Theodore A & Arthur H
BURN, Joanna & Patrick
BURNS, Thomas
BUSH, Chas
CAMERON, John
CAMPBELL, David
CASH, Thomas
CASH, Thomas
CLARK, Charles
COLE, David & Catherine
COLLIS, Samuel
CONROY, Patrick, Elizabeth & Thomas
COWAN, John
COXHEAD, Charles, Rebecca, James & Mary Ellen
CRIGHTON, Crighton & William
DAFTY, Thomas
DIDWIDDIE, John
ECCLESTONE, Elizabeth
FARRELL, Richard
FIRTH, Samuel
FLEMING, Robert
FLINTON, William & Elizabeth
FORRESTER, Cecil
FRENCH, Alexander, Jane, Robert, Andrew, Jane & Alexander
FRY, John S, Mary E, Martha E, Mary & Charles
GEMMEL, John
GOLDWATER, Miers
GORING, John, Eliza, John E, Laura E, Henry, Jesse, Florence & Patrick
GRAY, John & Catherine
GRIEVE, Wm
GULLEE, Alexander
HAGAN, George
HARDIE, George & Jane
HARRIS, James
HARRIS, Wm
HARRISON, William & Annabella
HEDDIE, James
HESKETH, Emmanuel, Caroline, Wm N, Charles, Edwin & Frederick
HILL, Wm
HOGARTH, James
HOLMAN, Josiah, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, Emily, John, Josia & Charles
HOPKINS, Jos., Harriet, Louisa, Sarah & Thomas
HOPKINS, John A
HUSTON, James
INGLIS, George
INGLIS, Jane
JAFFRAY, William
JONES, Chris
JONES, Eleanor
JONES, John
KAY, Robert
KEMPTON, Edward J, Jeanette & Frederick
KING, Thomas
LAMBERT John F
LAURENCE, George, Heloise, Jane & Charles F
LOCKHART, Hugh & John
MACFIE, James
MAKIN, James
MANN, Richard
MANN, Thomas

 

Passengers (cont.):

MANSELL, Thomas
MARSDEN, William
McCARTEN, Felix, Ann, Margaret, James, Francis & Felix
McNAB, Esther & David
McQUEEN, David
MOIR, Alexander
MOIR, Henry, Eliza & Henrietta
MOORE, Phillip C
MORTON, Ann J
MUIRHEAD, Alexander
MUIRHEAD, Jessie
NARRAMORE, Robert, Jno & Wm
NEVILLE, Henry
NICHOLAS, John R
NILENT, William
NODDER, John
OSTLER, Robert
PAMELA, George
PARKER, George E
PARNELL, Geo
PATERSON, Henry & Isabella
PENIAM, John & Charlotte
PHILPOT, Robert
POLLOCK, John
QUAILE, George, Caroline, Ann & Caroline
RAMSEY, David
REAP, William
REID, Hugh
REID, John, Georgiana, Mary, Maria & Hugh
RICHARDSON, William
RODGER, Ann J, Alexander, James, Susan & Maria
ROSS, Sarah
RUST, Margaret, Katie & Mary L
SALT, Josiah
SCOTT, Richard
SENFERT, Arthur, Anne, Josephine & William
SHEPHER, Ann
SHEPHERD, William Henry & Thomas
SIMPSON, Alfred H
SINCLAIR, Robert W
SMITH, Arthur
SMITH, Joseph
SNOOK, William & Emma
SOPPIT, Alice, Ann & Margaret
SOPPIT, James G
SOPPIT, James, John & Thomas
STUART, Samuel, Helen, Helen, Samuel & Arthur
TAYLOR, James
TAYLOR, John C
THOMPSON, Florinda & Elizabeth
THOMPSON, Robert
THOMPSON, William
TOSHACK, Andrew
TRENNIE, Elizabeth
TUCK, James & Henry
TYHURST, Elizabeth J & Isabella J
UNWIN, George
WALDRON, Jas. L
WALES, Joseph
WALTER, Pauline
WARREN, George E
WATSON, Robert
WATTS, Isaac
WESTWOOD, Thomas, Mary, Elizabeth, William & Thomas
WHYTE, Alexander & Mary
WHYTE, John
WILLGOOSE, Joseph
WILSON, John
WILSON, John
WILSON, Samuel
WRIGHT, William & Alice
WYKES, Mary

Brown & Campbell, agents

95 days from Falmouth.

Three births; two infant deaths.

The New Zealander 24th March 1871
ARRIVAL
Caduceus ship, 1006 tons Roberts from London
Passengers - Saloon:

ADAM, Miss
BAXTER, D
BRAY, Mr
BUCHOLZ, Mrs & 2 chdn
BUTTERMAN, Miss
DICKEY, Mr & Mrs J
DUNKEY, Mr & 2 chdn

 

Passengers - Saloon (cont.):

HEAWATT, Mr
HILL, Mr
OKHIEGLIEN, Mr & Mrs
SMITH, Mr & Mrs J & child
STANIER, C
WHITFORD, Mr

Passengers - Steerage   Passengers - Steerage(cont.):
BLAYDS, Mr & Mrs
BOROUGH, Mr & Mrs
BOWDEN, Mr
EYES, Mr & Mrs & 2 chdn
GARLAND, Mr
GOWEN, Mr & Mrs
HERA, E
LONG, Mr & Mrs
LYALL, Mr & Mrs
MARKS, Miss
MILLER, Mrs
PARNELL, Misses x 3
PATTERSON, Mr
 

PERRY, Mr & Mrs & 2 chdn
RAYNER, Miss
REED, Mr & Mrs H & 5 chdn
STAMMER, Mr & Mrs
STEVENS, Mr & Mrs & 2 chdn
TALBOT, Mr
THAYER, Mr & Mrs & 6 chdn
TRETWELL, Mr & chdn
VASCO, Mr & Mrs J & 3 chdn
VASCO, Mr & Mrs J & 4 chdn
VASCO, Mr & Mrs W & 3 chdn
VASCO, R
VIPON, Mr

The ship Caduceus, a fine powerful vessel of over one thousand tons register, anchored off the wharf yesterday morning, after a splendid passage from London, bringing an addition to our population of 102 souls, three of whom were born on the voyage. The Caduceus is commanded by Captain D T Roberts, a gentleman well known in this port, having made several voyages here in charge of the good ship Maori. The Caduceus hasarrived in harbour a model of cleanliness and the passengers are in excellent health. As a slight recognition of his kindness to them during the voyage, the whole of the passengers have signed a congratulatory address to Captain Roberts, which they presented to him on his arrival in this port. A copyof the testimonial we publish below. The voyage throughout has been very pleasant, very little heavy weather being met with since leaving the Channel.
We understand that after discharging her inward cargo the Caduceus will load for home. The following report has been kindly supplied by Captain Roberts:
.Left Gravesend on 16th December 1870; experienced heavy weather in the Channel and put into Spithead; left Isle of Wight on 21st .Bad weather and very heavy seas crossing the bag, up to the 27th ..Crossed the Equator on 13th January, thence had fair S E trades. The meridian of the west end of Australia was passed on 27th Feb, the 67th day out. The south end of Tasmania passed on 8th March at a distance of 100 miles, 76 days out and coursewas shaped for the Three Kings .. flying fish seen at the Poor Knights.
The following is a copy of the address presented to Captain Roberts on his arrival:
Ship Caduceus, 22nd March, 1871.
Captain Roberts.
Dear Sir,
We cannot leave the Caduceus without expressing our cordial thanks for the many kindnesses we have experienced at your hands and at thoseof your officers. We are also indebted to you for your thoughtfulness on all occasions, which hasd, as far as in your power lay, lightened the tedium of a sea voyage. We hope you will convey to your officers our thanks for their kindness and courtesy and, wishing you and them all health and prosperity and a safe return to those near and dear to you, we remain, dear sir, yours very sincerely, Captain Howat, Mr & Mrs Dickey, Mr & Mrs Smith, Miss Adam, Miss Buttermann, Mrs Dunkley, Mr & MrsObuglien, Mr Bray and Mr Baxter.
Ship Caduceus, 22nd March 1871
Ladies & Gentlemen,
Allow me to tender you my sincere thanks for your cordial appreciationof my endeavours to do my duty towards you as passengers in the Caduceus;and I trust that, should you again have occasion to traverse the ocean, you may be as well pleased with your trip as at present. On behalf ofmyself and officers, I beg to thank you for your kind consideration and wishing you every happiness, believe me, yours very truly,
(signed) D T ROBERTS The saloon passengers on board of the Caduceus."
Transcribed: Jacqueline Walles, New Zealand, 2000.   Table of contents
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