The Coldstream, Capt. Kennedy, arrived on Monday, June 5, after a passage of 93 days from Plymouth. She brings 296 Government immigrants, under the charge of Dr. Jolly, Surgeon-Superintendent.
TheColdstream. is a fine comfortable vessel, and as such well fitted for emigrant transport, especially as her commander has made 17 voyages in a similar employ, and the Surgeon-Superintendent is quite as much a veteran in the service. The cleanliness of the lower deck could scarcely be surpassed, though the general arrangements of the single female compartment in would be very much improved if the old style bunk head athwartships were substituted for the fore-and-aft division, which prevents that complete ventilation so much to be desired. Of the general conduct of the passengers both master and surgeon spoke favourably, but very little having occurred interfere with the harmony of the whole.
The number embarked at Plymouth was 295, births on the passage 7, and by deducting deaths the original number is increased one. She has not, we see, been quite free from sickness, for several cases of diarrhoea are chronicled in the surgeon's journal, but all were convalescent on arrival, so that free intercourse with the vessel was at once permitted, though none of the immigrant could leave till Dr. Duncan's visit of inspection.
There are on board 42 single females, of whom about 20 are seeking friends, the remainder being domestic servants, highly recommended by the matron. Subjoined are the names of the immigrants, together with their national and industrial classifications:—
English —William Ameas. William Ames, Margaret Anderson, Sarah Bartlett, Benjamin Beeby, Thomas Bendell, Edward Perry, Peter, Eleanor, George, Frida and Emma Bird, John Bolwell William Borlace, Alfed Box, Francis and John Bray, Thomas Broad, Isaac Brooking, Margaret Brown, Jos. Cadwallader, John and Ann Callard, Samuel and Catherine Carne, Margaret, John C, and John Casby, Richard Clemas, James Clements. John Cliff, Fred., Eliza, Elizabeth, and Mary Cullen, Sarah Cartis, Francis, Sarah, Louisa, Samuel, Alfred, Henry, and Francis Dellow, Sophia Dennis, Eliza Dobin, John Eades. William Eason. Elizabeth, Jane, Elizabeth, and Matthew Eddy, Samuel Ellis. Mary Ferguson, Jos. Ford, Ephraim, Maria. William, and Hannah Freeman, James Gaylard, Thos. Goldsworthy, John Gornall, Samuel, Hannah, Fred., Mark, Thomas, Betsy. and Kate Grey, Jane Grenfell, Mary Gwynne, Albert and Elizabeth Hanson, Thos. J. Harvey, William and Fanny Harvey, Mary Hawes, Robt. Hawker, John Healey, Elizabeth Hicks, Richard Hicks, Samuel Hannah, John, Mary A., Edwin, and Loveday Hoskin. John Hore, Elizabeth, Fanny, Henry, George, Joseph, and Harriet House, Jas. Mary A., Samuel, and Thomas Tucker, Sampson, Mary, Jessie. Sarah, and Selina Ivey. William Ivey. Elizabeth Jenking, William John, Mary J. Johns, Samuel Johns, Henry Johnson, Chas. Jones, Joan Jones, Leonard Jones, George Julian. John Jury, Richard. Mary, William, Richard, and John Kessell, Edward, Grace, and Edward Kessell Lavina King, Pat, Amelia, Sarah, end Emma Kingston, John. Lawey, Walter Leak, Thomes, Jane, Thomas, Eliza, and John Martin, William, Angelina, and Elizabeth Martin, Richard, Maria, Betsy, Mary. William, and Catherine Martin, Elizabeth Martin, Albert Mawler, Solomon Mill, Christina Moorish, Thomas Nankervis, Thomas and Jane Nankervis. Thomas Newel, Henry Panell. Walter Pearce. Walter Peddell, Francis Phillips, Matthew, Sarah, John, James, and William Pentland, Alice Pickthorne, Henry Fink, Win. Polkinghorne, Samnel Poore, James Price, Mary Front. Thos. Rashleigh, Thos. Wm. Giles, and Elizabeth Richards, Henry Robins, Robert, Hannah, Frederick, Janette, and Charles Robinson, Richard and George Rowe, William Ruberry, Clifford Sage, Robert Sampson, James Sawtell. George seriven, Francis Simmons, James Smith. John Smitherham, Stephen and Mary Spargo, Matthew Stephens, Ann Stokes, John B. Stone, William Strongman. James Sullivan. Henry and Elizabeth Sweet, Simon and Ann Symons, Edwin Tann, Henry and George Taylor. Susan, Thomas, Thomas, Jane, and Catherine Tonkin, James Trengrove, John Trevena, Jane and Margery Trezise, Caleb Triggs. William Walker, Margery Wallis, Louisa Ward. James, Mary A. Cynthia, Francis, and John Warren, Emily Waters. Margaret Waters. Edward Waters, Jane Webb. John.Charlotte. Charles, Eliza, George, and Elizabeth Webb. Edward, Whale. William Richard, and James White, Richard, Nanny, and Nanny White, Thomas and Phillis White, Nanny and Elizabeth White. Sarah Whitford, Samuel Whiting. Jobn Willcocks, Thomas Williams, Ann Williams, Annyer Williams, William Willis.
Scotch —David and Jane Allan, Bertha Campbell, William Dinwoodie, Agnes Ferguson, John and Marion Foggs. James Gallocher. Thomas and Margaret Glynn, Ann Horrell, James Johnston, Jane Knight, Thomas. Maria, and Ann Manning, James, Elizabeth, and Ann Maguire, Thomas. Bridget, and Mary McDermot, John and Anne McKenna. William, Agnes. Agnes, Jessie, and William McGregor, Peter and Ellen Mulholland, Andrew and Elizabeth Notherwell, Mary Sand. Peter Sinclair, James and Mary Ward, Elizabeth Waterman, John. Jessie, and John G. Watson.
Irish —Thomas Bennett, Pat Donohone. Simon Guinney, Maria, Herbert, Alfred, Adelaide, and Edith Holden, John Murray. Matthias O'Halloran.
English— Adults 197. children between one and twelve 34, infants 8, total 244
Scotch— Adults 34, children between one and twelve 3, infants 4, total 41
Irish— Adults 6, children between one and twelve 4, total 10
Grand total 295 equal to 260 statute adults.