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SHIPS LISTS FROM THE "NEW YORK TIMES" 1851This project will transcribe names of passengers found in announcements and articles in the New York Times. There will be brief summaries (as shown below) of each ship arriving or leaving New York. If names of passengers were found, there will be a clickable link to take you directly to that list of names. This is an ongoing project, check back often to see what has been added.
With thanks to Transcriber Diane McClay
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New York Times" Thursday, Sept. 18, 1851Isabella Bordeaux to New York Aug. 3, 1851
"In schr. Laura Jane, from St. Marks-Mrs. J. Steers, J. Lincoln."
"In brig Benj. L. Swan, from St. Croix-Mrs. Moore, child and servant, James Finley, James Percy, E. W. Towner."
“New York Times”, Friday, September 19, 1851 (issue 2), page 4Passengers Arrived
In City of Richmond, steamer, from Norfolk
In Malabar (Britain), ship, from Dublin
In Baltimore, packet-ship, from Havre
In Cornelia, bark, from Smyrna
Port of New York September 18, 1851Arrived
City of Richmond, steamer, Terry, Norfolk, 44 hours, mdse to Mailler & Lord
Baltimore, packet-ship, Conn, Havre, Aug. 19, 291 passengers and mdse. to Boyd & Hincken
Malabar (Britain), ship, Leeds, Dublin, 37 days, 247 passengers and ballast to T. [Wallron]
North America (Hamburg), bark, Peters, Hamburg,  days, 237 passengers and mdse. to R. Beck & Kunhardt
New (Norway), bark, Hein, Limerick,  days,  passengers and ballast to William Guion
Cornelia, bark, [Hutch…], Smyrna, July 22, wood and cargo to master
[Tri…] (Britain), brig, T/Falconbridge, Bremen,  days, 101 passengers and ballast to [?] Huffer
[This day’s paper was dark, smudged, poor quality, and difficult to read]
New York Times" Sat, Sept. 20, 1851(issue 1), on page 4.
Some of the list was too faded and unreadable, so I could not transcribe it. Only 3 "ships" were mentioned in the "Passengers Arrived" above the "Marine Intelligence" report for "Port of New York, September 19, 1851".
“New York Times”, Tuesday, Sept. 23, 1851, (issue 5), page 4
Passengers ArrivedIn Cherokee, a steamer, from New Orleans
In Norma, a ship, from Havana
In Mary Morris, a bark, from Glasgow
Passengers SailedIn Gold Hunter, a steamship, which left San Francisco on the 15th, for San Juan del Sul, bound to New York
Port of New York September 22, 1851
ArrivedCherokee, steamer, Henry Windle, master Left New Orleans on the 13th, and Havana on the 17th, in ballast, and passengers to Marshall O. Roberts. Passed ship, Ashland, on the 16th, 50 miles north of Hatteras, steering north.
Hibernia, ship (of New Bedford), Clark, 45 days from London 20 passengers and mdse to the master. On the 3d inst., experienced a heavy gale from S. E., which shifted to N. W., carried away fore and mizzen-top-gallant masts, main-top-gallant royal yards, sails and cargo.
Norma, ship, Brown, 14 days from Havana, sugar, cigars and cargo to M. Taylor. The Norma brings as passengers, Major Kelby and Col Haines, late of the Cuban Expedition
Mary Morris, bark, Prottean, from Glasgow, Aug. 9, 207 passengers and mdse to Dunham & Dunon.
“New York Times” Wednesday, Sept. 24, 1851, (issue 6), page 1
Arrival of the Washington
The United States Mail steamer, Washington, Capt. George W. Floyd, arrived yesterday afternoon at 1:30. She left Bremen on the 5th, and Southampton, on the 10th inst., at 5 o’clock P. M., thus making the passage in twelve days and eighteen hours. Among her passengers, of whom a full list will be found in another column, are Capt. Brown, with the remaining officers and crew of the yacht, America.
We are indebted to Mr. Abraham Adams, clerk of the Washington, for the early delivery of English papers.
The Washington brought out a valuable cargo, and 180 passengers, and there were a great number of applications for additional berths, but they could not be furnished.
“New York Times”, Wed., Sept. 24, 1851, (issue 6), page 4
Passengers ArrivedIn Washington, a U. S. Mail steamship, from Bremen
In Brother Jonathan, a steamship, from Chagres, via Savannah
In Sarah, a ship, from Glasgow
In Hendrik Hudson, a packet ship, from London
In Gipsey Queen, a Br. bark, from Dublin
In Florida, a steamship, from Savannah
In Argo, a ship, from Liverpool
Port of New York September 23, 1851
ArrivedWashington, a U. S. Mail steamship, George W. Floyd, commander, from Bremen, Sept. 5, via Southampton 10th, at 5 P. M. (12 days, 18 hrs.), with 180 passengers and 150 tons of freight to Moller, Sand & Rier, agents. Arrived at 1:30 this afternoon. Friday, Sept. 12, lat 50 30, lon 12 19, exchanged signals with an American ship showing Maryatt’s signals,
“New York Daily Times”, Thursday, Sept. 25, 1851, (issue 7), page 4
Passengers ArrivedIn Africa, a steamship, from Liverpool
In Guy Mannering, a packet ship, from Liverpool
In London, a ship, from London
Port of New York September 24, 1851
ArrivedAfrica, a Royal Mail steamship, Ryrie, Liverpool, Sept. 13 144 passengers and mdse to E. Cunard, Jr. The Africa sailed 12:20 P. M. At 4:30 P. M. passed the steamship, Canada, for Liverpool. On the 23rd, passed American bark, Globe, steering Westward; same day signaled ship, Guy Mannering, from Liverpool.
Brotheis, a bark, Murphy, 41 days, from Wexford (Ireland), in ballast and 126 passengers, to T. S. De Wolfe.
Guy Mannering, a packet ship, Edwards, from Liverpool, Aug. 30 744 passengers and mdse to Taylor & Merrill
London, a packet ship, Hebard, from London and Portsmouth, Aug. 23 400 passengers and mdse to Grinnell, Minturn & Co. On the 16th, on the Banks, boarded schooner, Decatur (of Marblehead) with 13,000 fish.
Articles and Index book pages copied by Diane McClay, April 4, 2003
“New York Times”, Friday, September 26, 1851 (issue 8), page 4
In ship, Meta, from Bremen
In packet ship, Bavaria, from Havre
In brig, Swan, from Bermuda
Port of New York September 25, 1851
ArrivedSteamship, Roanoke, Richmond, via [Petersburg] and Norfolk
Ship, Clara Ann (of Bath), Reed, 10 days from [Bristol], Eng., with 20 passengers and mdse. to master.
Ship, May Flower (of Bath), [Crocket], 28 days from Liverpool, with 337 passengers and mdse. to master
Ship, General Washington (of Alexandria), [Berry], [38 days] from Rotterdam, and 34 days from Plymouth (Eng.), with  passengers and mdse. to master
(To be continued....)
“New York Times”, Sat., Sept. 27, 1851, (issue 9), on page 4
Passengers ArrivedIn bark, Canada, from Neuvitas
In ship, Robert Parker, from Liverpool
Port of New York September 26, 1851
Ship, American Union, (of Damariscotta), Healy,  days from Liverpool, 510 passengers and mdse. to Crosby, Crocker & Basset. The American Union had 3 deaths, and 1 birth on this passage.
Ship, Robert Parker, (of Portsmouth), 36 days from Liverpool, 230 passengers and mdse. to Harnden & Co.
Ship, Josephine (of Bath), Bornholm, 34 days from Bristol, 26 passengers and railroad iron to master.
Bark, Leontine (Bremen), Thormann, 36 days from Bremen, 128 passengers, in ballast to Stolz & Guildemeister
(To be continued...)
“The New York Times”, Monday, September 29, 1851, (issue 10), page 4
In steamship, Baltic, from Liverpool
In bark, Cosmo, from Bristol
In steamship, City of Richmond, from Richmond
In packet ship, Havre, from Havre
In steamship, Union, from New Orleans
In bark, Odessa, from Cork
Port of New York September 27, and September 28, 1851
ArrivedU. S. Mail steamship, Baltic, Comstock, from Liverpool Sept. 17, at 2 P. M., with pass. and mdse. to E. K. [Cellins] & Co.
Steamship, Union, Budd, 7 days and 7 hours, from New Orleans with pass. and mdse. to Spoffard and Tileston & Co.
Steamship, City of Richmond, Terry, from Richmond, with pass. and mdse. to Mailler & Lord. 34 hours from Norfolk, Sat., at 2: 30 A. M., 20 miles north of Barnegat, was run into by a topsail schooner, name not known, her jib boom striking the steamer on her larboard side, just abaft the main rigging, and carrying away mizzen stays and larboard mizzen rigging, with 50 feet of monkey rail and quarter boat [dav…], damaged smoke stack and stove galley.
Packet ship, Havre, Mulford, from Havre, Sept. , and [the] Lizard, the 5th, with 303 pass. and mdse. to M. Livingston.
Ship, Georgia, (of Boston), Soule, Cardiff, 28 days, with 6 passengers and railroad iron to W. T. Weld & Co.
Bark, Cosmo [Gosmo], (British), Outerbridge, from Bristol, Aug. 30, with 57 pass., and mdse. to E. S. Innis & Co.
Bark, Plymouth, Perkins, from Madeira, Aug. 23, with 4 pass. and wines to March & Benson, vessel to Foster & Nickerson. Left U. S. Brigs, Porpoise, Lieut. Leerdwier, recruiting; Perry, Lieut. Foote, do.; Brig Xenophon, Moxey, for New York, Sept.1.
Bark, Odessa (British), Selly, 34 days from Cork, with 146 passengers, and in ballast to Grinnell & Minturn
Brig, Gotha, (Swedish), Zackrisson, 57 days from Gottenburg, with 42 pass. and iron to Funcke & Meincke
Brig, Veloz, (Spanish), Garettino, Agure, 30 days, from St. Jago de Cuba, with 13 pass. and sugar, to order.
“The New York Times”, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 1851, (issue 11), on page 4
Passengers ArrivedIn steamship, Merlin, from St. Thomas, Bermuda
In steamship, Marion, from Charleston
In packet ship, Waterloo, from Liverpool
In ship, George Green, from Liverpool
In ship, Angelique, from Amsterdam
In ship, Tennessee, from Havre
In brig, Francis Fabers, from St. Jago de Cuba
In packet ship, Victoria, from London
In ship, Niobe, from Newport, Wales
In ship, Atlantic, from Antwerp
In ship, Ashburton, from Antwerp
Port of New York September 29, 1851
ArrivedBr. Mail steamer, Merlin, Samson, from St. Thomas, the 20th, and from Bermuda, the 26th, to E. Cunard.
United States Mail Steamship, Alabama, Ludlow, Savannah, 58 hours, to S. L. Mitchell [no passengers, or cargo mentioned]
U. S. Mail steamship, Marion, Berry, Charleston, 58 hours, with passengers and mdse. to Spofford, Tileston & Co.
Packet ship, Waterloo, Harvey, Liverpool, Aug. 31, with 352 passengers and mdse. to Robert Kermit & Co.
Ship, Charlotte Reed, (of Bath), Weeks, Bremen, 25 days, with 197 passengers and mdse. to Poppe & Co.
Ship, George Green, (of New Orleans), Redmond, 23 ds. fm. Liverpool, with 380 passengers and mdse. to Harnden & Co.
Ship, Angelique, Samuels, from Amsterdam and New Diep, Aug. 29, with 171 passengers and mdse. to Schuehard & Gebhardt The Angelique had 6 deaths on this passage.
Ship, Tennessee, Cook, 23 days from Havre, with 208 passengers and mdse. to Eagle & Hazard
Ship, Suniata, (of Baltimore), Burnham, from Liverpool, Sept. 1, with 294 passengers and mdse. to Martin Brown
Packet ship, Victoria, Champion, from London and Portsmouth, Sept. 1, with 370 passengers and mdse. to John Griswold
Ship, Niobe, Thomas, Newport, Wales, Aug. 25, with railroad iron to order [No mention of passengers.]
Ship, Atlantic, Lamb, Antwerp, Aug. 24, and 30 days from Flushing, with 266 passengers and mdse. to E. D. Hurlbut & Co.
Ship, Ashburton, (of Providence), Williams, Antwerp, 24 days, with 209 passengers and mdse. to Funck & Meinche Bark, Florentine, (Hamburg), Lafyre, 42 days from Hamburg, with 151 passengers and mdse. to E. Bech & Kunhardt
Ship, Carrington, (of Providence), Palmer (late Abbot, who died on April 26), from Shanghae April 22, teas, silks, & C., to Bucklin & Crane. July 31, James Butt died of dysentery.
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