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	                   Passengers Arrived
  In the U. S. Mail steamship Washington, from Havre and
Southampton Dr. Wm. A. Bradley, Jr., Dr. Joseph F. Mason,
Miss Lucy C. Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gr ff, Master Arnold
and Miss Marie Gr ff, Juan de Orozeo, Do a I ez de la Guardia
and infant, Se orita Maria Carillo, Fernando Carillo, Antonio
Carillo, Felipe Carillo, Maria Libens, G. Hurlbut, Fred Kriege,
Johann Beckermann, Anna Beckerman, Anna Barlager, Mar-
tin Jonas, Johann Hunicker, Gustay Koch, Maria Matzka, Rosa
Matzka, Mr. and Mrs. Ferd. M ller, Fred. M ller, Peter
M ller, Wilhelm M ller, Ferd M ller, Jr. Adolf M ller, Killian
Karl, Katharine Weichsel, Fred. Richard, Anna Kroll, Simon
Cohn, Gustav Cohn, Bertha Cohn, Laura Cohn, Mrs Pauline
Clausner Johann Clausner, Charlotte Hoberg, Hen. Haukemaier,
Emilie Baumgortel, Heinr. M ller, Adelheid M ller, Johann
M ller, Wilhelm Fienker, Wilhelm Strauss, Anton Eisler, Mrs.
Therese Eisler, Mrs. Maria Edinger, Miss Sally Loesvi, Louis
Sukrbacher, Otto Wermuth, Augusta Wermuth, Carl Deluis,
Johann Toel, Hayum Fogel, Saloman Fogel, Pauline Fogel,
Bertha Stemglanz, Jacques H. Medar, Joseph Rau, Louis Kos-
ter, Wm. F. Borchers, Caroline Stube, Letty Mendel, Fanny
Stein, Sette Hellmann, Peppi Knoll, Adolf Manshake, Otto
Friemeyer Heinr. Mohrmann, Joseph Seeley, Fritz Selig, Carl
Brandis, Mr. and Mrs. August Adam, Heding Adam, Pauline
Fuhrmann, Fred. Rader, Thekla Manke, Heinr. Manke, Mr. and
Mrs. Johann C. Kruse, Fred. Kruse, Louisa Kruse and servant,
Julius Samtu, Ludwig Meyer, David Lasch, M. Alexander,
Simeon Enoch, Nancy Enoch, Rodoef Cohnheim, Philippine
Cohnheim, Johanna Lilienthal, Adolf Bach, Hermann Daum,
Philip Cartor, Richard Klinghelz, William Vogel, Gustar Jacob-
son, Heinr Heisch, Anne Jacobson, Henrietta Gilberstein, Ju-
lius Kautz, Ford, Baum, Charlotte Billhardt, Fred. Billhardt,
Caroline Bilhardt, Adolf Bilhardt, Emilie Werner, Otto Her-
ber, Mrs. Margaret Rothfelder, Otto Rothfelder, Pauline Kro-
ner, Hermann Kroner, Ernestine Greifenhagen, Jacob Greifen-
hagen, Henrietta Baernch, Martias Cchohay, Robert M ller,
Theresa M ller. Peter M ller, Fred. Von Ricqonsky, Marie Von
Richonsky, Miss Ester Rens, Rabette Steinkorb Rabette Bay-
reuther, Isaac Schwab, Elkan Greifenhagen, Johann H. Wein-
master, Anna E. Weinmaster, J. H. Weinmaster, Jr., Hannah
Brethauer, Wm. Neligan, David Hadaward, Mr. and Mrs. Nat.
Kahn, Mrs. Jane Ferrero, Victorine Pannerio, Martik Achille,
Bryana Antonio, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Willett, Alfred Willett,
Jr., Elizabeth Lyons, H. Kraft, Peter Virefollet, Miss Josephine
Virefollet Miss Magd. Virefollet, Miss Pauline Schneider,
William Conlon, Mr. Manzocchi, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Penegir,
Miss Elizabeth Lake, Miss Emily Lake, Miss Lucy Lake, Mas-
ters James, Henry and Sidney Lake, Messrs. Vincent Reynolds,
Nelson Newcombe, Thomas B. Gunn, Henry Binge, William
Comworth, James Wheeland, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oppenheim,
Aaron Oppenheim, Moses Oppenheim, Misses Sarah and Dinah
Oppenheim, Ruth Friedenberg, Charles Halsey, Benj. Stephens,
Elizabeth Stephens, James Stebbing, Mary Stebbing, Reuben
Stebbing, Caleb Stebbing, Alexander Pyne, John Feiss, Wm.
Joyce, Ellen Smith, Emma Ely, Wm. Raephe. Michael Neth-
ersol. Wm. Hyde, Richard Bowles, James Helbrigel, George B.
Shave, Fred. G. Stevens, Anne W. Stevens, James Baines,
Thomas Baines, Charlotte Baines, Rebecca Baines, Mary Ann
Baines, Harriet Baines, Emma Baines, Lucy Baines, Henry
Baines, George Baines, James Stuart Baines, Wm. Rea. Emma
Rea, Mary Gay, Wm. H. Roberts, Henry Stansfield, Seigmond
Hirschfeld Total 216.
                                                   
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Title:Thomas Butler Gunn Diaries, Volume Seven: page one hundred and twenty-eight
Description:Newspaper clipping listing the passengers who arrived in New York from Havre and Southampton in the steamship ''Washington.''
Subject:Gunn, Thomas Butler; Ocean travel; Transportation; Travel; Washington (Ship)
Scan Date:2011-02-02

 

Volume
Title:Thomas Butler Gunn Diaries, Volume Seven
Description:Includes an account of his family history and descriptions of his visits with family and friends in England, witnessing a procession for Louis Napoleon in London, traveling in Paris with his brothers Charley and Edwin, his friend Harry Price's mental illness, his journey across the Atlantic to New York on the ship Washington, the marriage of Fanny Fern and James Parton, meetings of the Ornithoryncus Club in New York, and Alfred Waud's elopement with Mary Brainard.
Subject:Bohemians; Gunn, Thomas Butler; Marriage; Mental illness; Publishers and publishing; Travel; Women
Coverage (City/State):London, England; Paris, France; New York, New York
Note:Thomas Butler Gunn was born February 15, 1826, in Banbury, England, and came to New York in 1849. During the Civil War he worked as a correspondent for the New York Tribune and the New York Evening Post. He returned to England in 1863, and died in Birmingham in April 1903. The collection includes twenty-one volumes of his diaries, including newspaper clippings, letters, photographs, sketches, and various other items inserted by Gunn. Diary entries date from July 7, 1849, to April 7, 1863, and include his experiences with the New York publishing and literary world, his descriptions of boarding houses, his travels throughout the United States, and his experiences traveling with the Federal army as a Civil War correspondent.
Publisher:Missouri History Museum
Rights:Copyright 2011 Missouri History Museum.
Source:Page images, transcriptions, and metadata of the Thomas Butler Gunn diaries have been provided by the Missouri History Museum.