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|Dashing WaveRegistration No: 00008611|
Sailing Card; For The Clipper Dashing Wave, Merchants' Express Line, Melbourne (1855), Sydney (1863)
This card reads105 days to San Francisco loading. Merchant s' Expressline of clipper ships for San Francisco. Only 1,700tons carrying capacity. the extreme clipper shipdashing wave D.R. Lecraw, commander, is receivingrapidly the balance of her cargo at pier 9 East River,and being a great favourite with shippers for her goodsailing qualities, and splendid manner of deliveringcargo, will receive prompt dispatch.
She insures A1,clean. Apply to Randolph M. Cooley, 118 Water Street,Cor. Wall, Tontine Building. Agents in San Francisco,Messrs. De Witt, Kittle & Co. Shippers will observethat the ships of this line are invariably quickerthan any other from N.Y. to San Francisco, Nesbitt &Co., Printers'.
ickstepRegistration No: 00008612|
Sailing Card For The Clipper Bark Quickstep, Fisher, Ricards & Co's., New York To Melbourne, 1859.
Only 900 tons burthen, is receiving the balance of her cargo at pier 12, E.R., and will have the usual prompt dispatch of ships in this line, for Melbourne, carrying freight fo r all theAustralian colonies. This beautiful clipper made herlast passage to Melbourne in 83 days. Always deliversher cargo in first-class condition, and insures atstrictly lowest rates. For freight or passage, applyto Fisher, Ricards & Co., 84 Wall St., TontineBuilding. Consignees in Melbourne, Messrs. Fisher,Ricards & Co. Nesbitt & Co., Printers'.
|Red GauntletRegistration No: 00008620|
S ailing Card For The Clipper Ship Red Gauntlet, Goodeve, Arkell & Elliot, Australia Independent Line., New York To Australia,1857.
This beautiful vessel is an extreme clipper, andhas made the passage to San Francisco in 110 days,beating all the ships that sailed about the same time. shippers will do well to examine this, the onlyclipper now on the berth for Australia, beforeengaging elsewhere. The arrangements for passengers,in first and second cabins, have never been surpassed,of which only a limited number can be taken. Earlyappl ication for either freight or passage will benecessary. Apply on board, at pier East River, or toGoodeve, Arkell & Elliot, corner Pearl St. and HanoverSquare, N. Y. Nesbitt & Co., Printers.
|PanamaRegistration No: 00008627|
Sailing Card For The Clipper Ship Panama, Sutton & Co., New York To Melbourne, (No date).
This ship is an extreme clipper, and hasalready distinguished hers elf amoung clippers for fastsailing, and will probably make the passage out insixty days, delivering her cargo ahead of any vesselnow up. Having a large part of her cargo engaged,shippers should apply early to secure the lowest rateof freight. The panama has fine accommodations forpassengers. For freight or passage apply on board atpier E.R., or to Mailer, Lord & Quereau, 108Wall-St. Messrs. Rogers, Warfield & Lord, agents,Melbourne, sailing day.
|MastiffRegistration No: 00008623|
Sailing Card For The Clipper Ship Mastiff , San Francisco To Sydney And Adelaide (1858).
The small capacity of this vessel, her beauty of model, fine sailing qualities, an d theprefect order in which she delivers her cargo, togetherwith the large engagements already made and now goingon board, make us confident of early dispatch.
The Mastiff insures at the lowest rates. John I. Earle &Co., 106 Wall St. Nesbitt & Co., Pri nters.
|Starr KingRegistration No: 00008624|
Sailing Card For The Clipper Ship Starr King, M. R. Cusack, Cusack's Line, San Francis co -Melbourne-Hong Kong-San Francicso (1855).
The unsurpassed and favourite A1 clipper ship Starr King, Ellery, commander, is now in her berth at pier 14 East River , rapidly completing her loading, and from engagements already made, will have quick dispatch.
This magnificent vessel is well known to the trade as beingone of the fastest ships afloat, and invariablydelivering her cargoes in perfect order, free froms weat or other damage. If shippers will examine thequalities of this vessel, I feel confident they willgive her the preference over any vessel now loadingfor the above port. For balance of cargo disengaged,at lowest rates, apply to M. R. Cusack, 110 Wa llStreet.
This vessel also sailed San Francisco-Sydney-Hong Kong-San Francisco (1857),San Francisco-Sydney and Melbourne (1862)
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