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Transcribed and submitted to TheShipsList by Robert Janmaat, Adelaide, from a variety of sources, cited below.
Return to SA Passenger Lists,1847-1886 see also SA German Lists

ship Murray, 902 tons, Captain T. Wadham, from London 29th June 1874, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 5th October 1874

The South Australian Register, Tuesday 6 October 1874 p. 4

Shipping Intelligence.

ARRIVED. Monday, October 5.— The MURRAY, ship, 902 tons, T. Wadham, master, from London June 29. J. Stilling & Co., Town and Port, agents.
Passengers —Messrs. A. Price, Le Mane, Dickenson, and Dr. Froggett, in the cabin ;
and W. R., Elizabeth , and Isabella Atkinson, Cornelius, Mary, John J., Mary, E., Ellen, George, and George Bishop, David and Agnes Crichton, Cornelias and Ann Conning, Francis Dalgetty, Joan Doherty, Mary Dixon, Katie McFarlane, Wm. and E. Korval, Jane R. and Andrew Korval, Agnes Crichton, Thos. Reid, Edward and Sarah Preston, Thos. Smith, James J. Bishop, and J., Jane, Amy, and James Stewart, in the steerage.

. . . . — 11th ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1874 ; —0— births and —-0— deaths on the passage ; —?, surgeon-superintendent.
The Passenger List indicates the class of Emigrants, so in the list below, I have combined those lists, but have made notations alongside the family name, thus, CPCH = Colonial Passage Certificate Holders ; CFPCH = Colonial Full Paid Passage Holders ; UKA = United Kingdom Assisted Passage regulation ; UKFPPR = United Kingdom Full Paid Passage regulation ; FP = Free Passage. — Robert
 
IMPORTS

THE MURRAY, from London— 10 Cases musical instruments, 2,141 do. merchandise,13.629 boards, 5r-0 boxes candles, 500 deals, 14 bales erebags, 528 cases brandy, 317 casks, 189 bales, 24 crates, 37 bundles, 48 trunks, 12 tanks malt, 5 rolls sheet lead, 1 tierce, 16 drums, 1 truss, 2 tanks, 56 pkgs., 39 ingots, 5 Clydesdale mares, 14 jars, 20 pigs lead, 61 cases galvanized iron, 1,179 boxes, 6 qr.-casks, 2 cased butts sherry, 31 bales bags, 5 do. corks, 71 qr.-cacks, 200 drums oil, 10 casks, 250 boxes, 16 cases, 1 tierce, 4 bottles apothecary's ware, 1 rack jack, 1 case telescopes, 1 do. gun, 1 do. books, 834 rails,720 chain, 2 pipes, 4 forge backs, 223 crossings, 30 plates, 94 boxes, 28 kegs, 4 cases fittings, 95 do. bolts, 8 rolls, 3,080 bars iron, 476 bundles wire, 15 barrels pitch and tar, 10,204 bundles iron, 180 arm moulds, 180 pipe boxes, 27 casks sheet zinc, 5 bundles yellow metal rods, 24 casks shot, 75 barrels, 100 arm boxes.
per The Murray, from London—
For Good, Toms, and Co.— 39 pkgs. drapery.
For D. and W. Murray— 129 pkgs.
For J. Hodgkins and Co.— 49 bales and cases.
For G. and B. Wills and Co.— 92 cases, 8 bales.
For Peter Cumming and son— 20 cases.
For Donaldson, Andrews, and Sharland— 69 pkgs.
For Geo. Phillips and Co.— 20 tons wire. I case Johnson's cutlery, 6 do. and 1 cask hardware, 10 barrels Stockholm tar, 5 do. do., pitch, 6 casks paint, &c, 4 cases Neavs's F. Food.
For W. and J. Storrie— 50 pkgs.
For S. Marshall— 10 cases musical instruments.
For J. Webster and Co.— 13,629 flooring boards. 500 boxes candles.
For Wm. Hooper — 6 cases.
for J. Miller, Anderson, and Co.— 3 cases, 3 tales.
For J. Morgan and Co.— 1 trunk.
For F. H. Faulding and Co. — 8 casks, 7 oases.
For J. Ballantyne, Port — 2 cases.
For J. Witkowski— 15 cases.
For A. Simpson and Son— 1 case, 2 casks, 1 crate.
For D. and J. Fowler— 473 cases, 2 tanks, 999 boxes, 107 bales.
For Gilbert Wood— 250 boxes, 70 cases.
For Jas. Harris, Gawler— 150 cases, 25 barrels.
For A. M. Bickford and Sons— 5 casks, 4 baskets, 1 case drugs, 3 do. Clarke's blood mixture, 1 do. do. B41 pills, 2 do. eau de cologne, 8 do. chocolate menico confectionary, 10 casks bottles, 5 cases toilet soap, 1 do. Dutch drops, 5 bales corks, 4 cases Nelson's gelatine, 1 do. Rowland's macassar oil, &c, &c, 2 do. green bottle- wax, 4 do. Mexican hair-renewer, 4 do. floriline, 1 do. Lamplough's pyretic saline, 1homoeopathic case, 1 case annatto, 1 do. Cotton wool, 1 do, Johnson's soothing syrup, 1 do. Frampton's pills, 1 do. Keating's insect powder,1 do. Kay's cue cement, 6 do. Murray's fluid magnesia.

 
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING.


The Murray was sighted early on Monday morning, and was supposed to be the overdue ship Albert Victor until the signal-flags were made out. It was past noon before she anchored to await the next day's tide, and meanwhile Dr. Duncan, the Health Officer, paid his visit of inspection, and at once completed his mission, so that the passengers were free to land as soon as they chose.
All the appointments of the Vessel are in good order, not withstanding that severe weather was experienced from Cape Leuwin to the close of the voyage. Captain Wadham reports having left London on June 29, but owing to contrary winds down the Channel it was July 7 before he left the Lizard.
Then light airs and calms continued until August 3, when the Line was crossed in18° 20' east long. On August 4 the Vessel fell in with the south-east trades, but they were very light, and not a continuous run for two days bad been got up to the vessel's sighting Tristen d'Acunha on August 20. She then shaped a course well to the southward, and in 37° 17' S. crossed the prime meridian on August 24, and that of the Cape in 41° 14' on August 31.The Southern Ocean was crossed between 41° and 42°, but there was not a fair wind for 48 hours. On September 25 the craft was off the Leuwin, and from there the voyage was marked by galesfrom N.E., which prevented the ship reaching Kangaroo Island until Saturday evening.
On Sunday the Murray was becalmed in the Gulf, and on Monday she reached the Bell Buoy. The personnel of the ship has been changed, only Mr. Barley and the steward being old hands in the line.
 
GRG 35/48/2 Crown lands and Immigrant ships papers
Surgeon Superintendent report.
" Deaths on the voyage"
Name Age Date of Death Cause of Death Where buried
    No records found  
         
Surgeon Superintendent Report "Births on Board"
Name of Mother   Date of Birth Sex of Infant  
    No records found    

note: where maiden name of wife is indicated, it has been included in the given name column within ( ) ; the passenger list comprises three sections arranged alphabetically, i families, ii single men, iii single women & children ; transcriber notes

Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
  Last Given
Cabin
  Price A.            
  Lemane              
  Dickenson              
  Froggett Dr.            
   
Families
UKAP Atkinson William Robertson 26 Bottle Blower 44/1 B Scotland  
    Elizabeth Mary (Reed) 23          
    Isabella inf          
                 
UKAP Bishop Cornelius 29 Bottle Maker -   Masbrough, Yorkshire from Staffordshire
    Mary Ellen (Badger) 32          
    James J. 7          
    Mary E. 5          
    Ellen 3         Alice L. ?
    George Alexander inf          
                 
UKAP Canning Cornelius 39 Bottle Blower 235/2   Lancashire, England  
    Ann 40          
                 
UKAP Crichton David 27 Bottle Blower 341/3 B/D Scotland  
    Agnes (Robertson) 28          
    Agnes 1          
                 
UKAP Norval William 33 Blacksmith 1198/1 B/D Maryhill, Lanarkshire  
    Euphemia (McLaren) 31          
    Euphemia 4          
    Jane R. 3          
    Andrew 1          
                 
UKAP Preston Edward 35 Glass Tracer 1308/3 D? Scotland  
    Sarah 26          
                 
UKAP Stewart James 34 Coach Painter 1548/3   England  
    Jane 39          
    Anne 8          
    James 7          
 
Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
  Last Given
Single Men
UKAP Bishop George 19 Packer -   Kingswinford, Staffordshire brothers of Cornelius
UKAP Bishop Thomas James 21 Bottle Sorter -  
UKAP Dalziel Francis 21 Bottle Maker -   Scotland  
UKAP Dougherty John 24 Glass Tracer 422/2   Scotland  
UKAP Pride Thomas 21 Glass Blower -   Scotland  
UKAP Smith Thomas 23 Bottle Maker -   Scotland  
   
Single Women
UKAP Dixon Mary A. 18 Domestic Servant     Scotland  
UKAP McFarlane Katie 19 Domestic Servant     Scotland  
 

Sources: State Library South Australia, official passenger lists, mainly of immigrants arriving in South Australia under United Kingdom assisted passage schemes, 1847-1886 GRG 35/48a (formerly ACC 313); Sydney Shipping Gazette; South Australian Register; The South Australian Government Gazette; GRG 35/48/2 Crown lands and Immigrant ships papers; Biographical index SA 1836-1885 (the B-index column indicates individuals who may be found in that index, with corresponding reference ; FreeBMD ; UK census'

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