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Lady Jocelyn

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the Lady Jocelyn At Port Chalmers the Lady Jocelyn in a storm in the English Channel. The ship put back to Plymouth to refit on this occasion The ship Lady Jocelyn, which in 1883 took overseas the first cargo of frozen mutton shipped from the North Island. The Dry River Estate in the Wairarapa, farmed by Coleman Phillips, a leading agriculturist of his day, provided this historic shipment


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