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San Francisco, Immigrant Voyage to New South Wales 1851-52

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The voyage of the Immigrant ship San Francisco from Germany to the New South Wales Colony in 1851 and 1852.


31.-San Francisco, barque, Captain C. S. Kramar, from Hamburgh 8th December. Passengers-Mr. Lotze, W. Bastian, Surgeon Superíntendent, and 136 immigrants.


The lmmigrants per San Francisco, bought out under the government regulations, are all vine-dressers, and all under engagements, they consist of 66 men and seventy women and chil-dren. The San Franciso has made a fair passage of 113 days.

The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893) of Sat 3 April 1852.

type: barque


built: 1846

Sailed: 8 December 1851 from Hamburgh in Germany

master: C. S. Kramar

surgeon superintendent: W. Bastian

arrived: New South Wales 31 March 1852 (113 days)

passengers: 136 immigrants



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