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Duchess of Northumberland, Immigrant Voyage to South Australia 1847

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The Voyage of the Immigrant ship DUCHESS OF NORTHUMBERLAND to the South Australian Colony in 1847

This ship, of 541 tons, with 254 emigrants, arrived here last night after a fine passage of 101 days, having sailed from London on the 8th and taken a final departure from Plymouth, on the 20th July. The Surgeon Superintendent is M.A. Bowden Esq., and the emigrants were under the spiritual care of the Rev. J.C. Bagshaw, a clergyman of the Established Church, by whom Divine Service was conducted and the sacred rites administered during the passage. The South Australian Register, Saturday October 30th 1847


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