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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
THE "TYRIAN" - The Anchor Line steamer Tyrian arrived yesterday morning. She brings a large freight. Her passengers are as follows:
Scammell Bros., Smyth Street, are agents for this line.
St. John Daily Telegraph, June 14, 1870
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:
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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