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These lists were extracted from the New Brunswick, St. John Daily Telegraph, and submitted by Harry Dodsworth

Harry Dodsworth wrote: Passenger lists were not archived for Saint John before 1900. However these lists were printed in a local newspaper. These lists are for the Anchor Line steamship Tyrian, which sailed from Glasgow, with a stop at Liverpool, arriving at Halifax, NS, then Saint John, NB. The passengers recorded are the Saint John arrivals.

St. John Daily Telegraph, April 23, 1870
Arrived, Thursday 21st - S S Tyrian, 667, [captain] Smith, Liverpool, [agents] Scammell Bros. mdse & passengers.

THE "TYRIAN" - The Anchor Line steamer Tyrian arrived yesterday morning. She brings a large freight. Her passengers are as follows:
Henry Gardner Mr. Scott Thomas Henderson
Joseph Langman Amelia Langman Mary Ann Matthews
J. D. Pickles Caroline Pickles John Cunningham
Jane Cunningham Wm. Pallasier Mary Ann MacAuley
John Babbington Joseph Rodgers Emma Rodgers
Amelia Rodgers Wm. Holwill  

Scammell Bros., Smyth Street, are agents for this line.

St. John Daily Telegraph, June 14, 1870
Arrived, Monday 13 - Steamship Tyrian, 667, [captain] Smith, Liverpool via Halifax, Scammell Bros. mdse & passengers

THE "TYRIAN" - The S S Tyrian, of the Anchor Line, arrived on Sunday night, and is now discharging a full cargo at her wharf, Reed's Point. The following is her list of passengers for this city:
Cabin: from Glasgow    
Mrs. Macpherson and child John Currie Jessie Patten
Steerage: from Glasgow    
Charles Grant Thomas Campbell John Jeffrey
Hugh Murray Daniel Miller Wm. Renton
James Hall John Fair John Graham
Robert McIntyre Mary Bettram John Scott
Isabella Scott Ellen Miller Ann McDire
Steerage: from Liverpool    
Ann Killen Elizabeth Gorry James Gorry
Jane Turner and daughter Elizabeth Cook and child Jane L. MacBeath
James Gilchrist Joseph Price David Sclander, wife and child
Mary Ann Hall    

The St. John Daily Morning News noted that the Tyrian was a new ship; her maiden voyage was in 1869 to the Mediterranean. It carried an advertisement for the return passage to Liverpool. The currency in use was a little uncertain - the cabin fare was 13 guineas while the steerage fare was $30.

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