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Voyage of the Immigrant ship Panama to the Victorian Colony in 1854

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Date: 3 Aug 1854 to 24 Oct 1854
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The Voyage of the Immigrant ship Panama to the Victorian Colony in 1854

Departed: Plymouth, England, 3 August 1854
Arrived: Victoria, 24 October 1854
Master: Captain Alexander MacDonald
Surgeon-superintendent: Dr. J. Gibson
Passengers: 275 Immigrants


LOCAL INTELLIGENCE (1854, Thu October 26). Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser (Vic. : 1842 - 1843; 1854 - 1876), p. 2 (EVENING). Retrieved April 3, 2019, from
ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA EMIGRANT SHIP
— This vessel commanded by Captain McDonald arrived on Tuesday bringing 275 emigrants under the charge of Dr J. Gibson, The Panama has had a speedy passage from Plymouth which she left on the 3rd August.
There are three deaths and 4 births on the passage. The were two cabin passengers, Mrs Thomson and Son. The emigrants consist of 246 English 29 Irish no Scotch.

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