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White Wings Vol II. Founding Of The Provinces And Old-Time Shipping. Passenger Ships From 1840 To 1885

From Glasgow

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From Glasgow.

The barque Clydeside, 236 tons, privately owned, and commanded by Captain Kenneth Mathieson, arrived at Port Nicholson from Greenock, by way of Adelaide, on October 11th, 1841. She brought 14 passengers and a quantity of merchandise, and afterwards proceeded to Wanganui with a number of settlers. Captain Mathieson settled at Kaiwharawhara, where by November, 1842, he had built a small slip for the repair and building of ships. His own vessel and the Indemnity, 400 tons, were thoroughly overhauled here.

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