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

barque Tory, 483 tons, Captain Rowe, from London 7th April 1850 / Plymouth 21st April 1850, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 27th August 1850.
(Port Phillip arrivals: August 2nd 1850, Tory, barque, 484 tons, Rowe, from London 7th April and Plymouth 23rd April with upwards of 70 passengers and 31 needlewomen.)

This transcription is extracted from the South Australian Register only (additional ship information from Sydney Shipping Gazette); there is some futher information available from various indexes about the immigrants in this list. Robert

The South Australian Register Wednesday 28th August 1850:-
Tuesday 27th August, the barque Tory, 483 tons, Rowe Master, from London 21st April and Melbourne the 20th August, passengers and 27 needlewomen .—
 
Passengers: Cabin
J. Tolson Esq. Dr. Tweedale & wife Mr. & Mrs Goddard
Mr. and Mrs. Lang & family Mr. Armstrong Mr. McGeorge
Mr. Brodie    
Passengers: Intermediate
Isaac Gullie J. Whiting Miss Baflin
C. Sexton Mr. & Mrs. Howard & six children Mr. & Mrs. Douglass & four children
R. Low H. Hibbs Mr. & Mrs. Whimpey
J. Catton J. Mitchell  

The list of Needle Women aboard was extracted from the shipping record at the State Library.
Ann Douglas 20, Needlewoman Elizabeth Douglas 16, Service Isabella Douglas 13, Needlewoman
Eleanor Flinn 20, Elizabeth Skinner 25, Esther Richardson 17, Stay Sticher
Sarah Gunter 18, Stay Sticher Honor Meade 15, Needlewoman Ellen Sexton 19, Milk Business
Laura Radden 25, Silk Work Diana Donaldson 18, Shirt and Collar maker Angeline Watson 21, Servant
Sarah Gower 19, Dressmaker Eliza Gower 17, Needlework Harriet Brown 18, Shirt Maker & Servant
Ellen Shines 16, Servant Bridget Donelly 16, Domestic Servant Priscilla Mahony 17, Domestic Servant
Mary Ann Mahony 19, Silk Work Caroline Woolcombe 25, Dressmaker M.A. Rachel Lourick 21, Envelope Folder
Agnes Stewart Clarke 19, Dressmaker Ann Hills 33, Mary Ann Howard 17,
Ellen Fitzgerald Howard 15, Harriet Wilson 28, Dressmaker  
     
. . . and 5 passengers for Sydney
Mary Brown 18, Knitting Esther Fox 15, Maria Neill 25, Needlework
Elizabeth Osborne 30, Cook Mary Ann —?— 31, Shirt Trimmer  

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 (formely ACC 313); Sydney Shipping Gazette; South Australian Register.

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