Passenger Contract ticket for
Henzell, Glasgow to Quebec 1844
Henzell was wooden snow ; built at Shields June 1839
278 tons ; owners : Henzell & Co.
; port of Registry, Shields ;
Master from 1839 to 1845, W. Henzell) : sailed from Glasgow May 13th 1844, with
by Thomas Thorborn & Co. Licensed Agents, 48 Buchanan Street Glasgow.
PASSENGERS' CONTRACT TICKET
one receiving Money from or in respect of any Passenger about Leaving
the United Kingdom, for any place in North America, without using
Form, and correctly filling up the blanks therein, and signing it with
his name in full, will be liable to a Penalty not exceeding £10 for
each such Passenger.
Ship Ann Henzell of____________
tons register burden, to sail from Glasgow
for Montreal on the 11 th May day of ________________
engage that the Parties herein named shall be provided with
a Steerage Passage to Montreal in
the Ship Ann Henzell with not less than 10 cubic
feet for Luggage for each Statute Adult, for the sum of £5.15.00 including
Head-Money, if any, at the place of landing, and any other
charge; and we hearby acknowledge; to have received the Sum
of £5.15.00 in full payment.
Water and Provisions, according to the annexed scale, will be supplied by the
Ship as required by law, and also fires and suitable hearths for cooking. Bedding,
and utensils for eating and drinking, must be provided by the Passengers.
the Master Date, 4 May 1844.....................Thomas
Scale of Provisions & Water
that will be supplied to each Adult by the Ship.
3 ½ lb of Biscuit
per week - issued not less often than twice a-week
3 ½ lb in all
of Flour, Oatmeal, or Rice or a proportionate quantity of Potatoes
5 lbs of Potatoes
being computed as equal to 1 lb of the other articles the above enumerated.
Three Quarts of Water per day.
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