Mariners and ships in Australian Waters
SHIP OF NANTUCKET, I.B. HUSSEY, MASTER, BURTHEN 320 TONS,
FROM A WHALING VOYAGE TO PORT JACKSON, NEW SOUTH WALES, 30TH JANUARY 1850
||Of what Nation
||Sailed Sydney 4 July 1848 &
Santa Cruz 15 Jan. 1849
||Lading 950 Barrels Sperm &
700 Barrels Cocoa Nut Oil
Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1826 - 1900; Part Colonial Secretary series covering 1845 - 1853, reels 1272 [4/5227] -1280 [4/5244]. Transcribed by Lyn & Maurie.
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