Location: South Australia
The Voyage of Immigrant ship Blackwall to South Australia in 1861
Wednesday, October 23— Mandarin, British barque, 334 tons G Sinclair, master, from Newcastle 7th October. E and A. Copper Co., agents. Passengers -Mrs., Misses, and Master Sinclair, and Miss Jenny Brown, in the cabin.
Thursday, October 24— Lion, barque, 216 tons, W. Sinclair, master, from Newcastle (N.S.W.) October 9. E. J. Spence, Town : R, and R. Main, Port, agents. No passengers.
Same day— Blackwall, ship, 838 tons, W. Harrison, from London July 15, via Plymouth July 26. Elder, Stirling, and Co agents. Passengers— Misses Fanny and Helen, and Messrs Charles and Frederick Hemsley, London. Sophia, and Charlotte McLeod, Mr. and Mrs. Smedley. Harriet, Ann. Maria, and Samuel Smedley, Mary Munday, and Mary McCulloch, in the cabin ; Messrs. Robert White. Richard Freethby, Joseph, James, and Charles Thompson, Eliza Evans, Alice Elliott. Oliver W. Harris, Henry Hart, Thomas Hunt and Thomas Wiggins, in the Steerage.
- SHIPPING NEWS from The South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1867) of Saturday the 26th of October 1861, Page 2: 
- SHIPPING NEWS from The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) of Tuesday 15 Oct 1861, Page 2: 
- Passengers in History website (An initiative of the South Australian Maritime Museum) :