DEATHS AT THE ALFRED HOSPITAL &

THE MELBOURNE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM.

Part 1 - October, 1872 to December, 1877.

INTRODUCTION.

The listings included here have been compiled from data shown in the [Melbourne] ARGUS for the period October, 1872 to December, 1877. The names are, in most cases, accompanied by age at death, nativity, year and vessel of arrival in the colony of Victoria, and the date and cause of death.

The listings have been divided into two sections, the first showing the Alfred Hospital deaths, followed by the deaths at the Melbourne Benevolent Asylum. For some reason, none of the Benevolent Asylum listings included year of arrival or the vessel arrived in. The Alfred Hospital listings were first published in the ARGUS, in October, 1872, and the Melbourne Benevolent Asylum listings commenced in December, 1875.

Listings for April 1873, February 1874, February, April, May and December 1876 and May 1877 have not been located, and as such, are not included here.

Each name is cross-referenced by number to the actual date on which the details appeared in the ARGUS. The reference guide is included at the end of the list of names.

All details have been transcribed exactly as shown in the lists, including spelling errors which occur often, especially where medical terms are shown. I have included the year of death in brackets for clarity. A small number of entries only show the individual's surname, and gender can be determined, in some cases, through the details shown for that entry.


SECTION 1: DEATHS AT THE ALFRED HOSPITAL.

Owen Ahern, labourer, aged 48, native of Ireland; arrived in 1856 by the Saldini; died September 30 [1872], of fracture of the skull. [1]

Ah Hay, aged 48, storeman, native of China; date of arrival unknown, vessel unknown; died June 3 [1875], of cancer of liver. [34]

Ah Suen, aged 37, native of China; date of arrival unknown, vessel unknown; died October 13 [1875], of erysipelas. [39]

John Allen, aged 46, publican, native of Sheffield; arrived in 1851, vessel unknown; died December 27 [1873], of hypertrophy with dilation of heart. [16]

Samuel Allen, aged 42, storeman, native of Greenwich; arrived in 1864 by the Ravensbourne; died January 5 [1873], of albuminuria. [5]

Walter Allford, aged 22, coachman, native of Wiltshire; arrived in 1874 by the Christian McAltham; died December 27 [1874], of aneurism. [28]

Thomas Allison, aged 47, groom, native of Liverpool; arrived in 1849, by the Hannah; died September 25 [1874], of traumatic inflammation of membranes of brain. [25]

Samuel Allsop, aged 57 years, native of England; arrived 1860, in the Monica; died February 10 [1877], of fractured ribs. [51]

Annie Anderson, aged 33, native of Hampshire; arrived in 1850, vessel unknown; died October 22 [1875], of hemiplegia. [39]

Peter Anderson, aged 33, native of Scotland; name of ship and date of arrival unknown; died December 23 [1875], of suppurating hydatid of liver. [41]

Joseph Andrews, aged 38, native of London; arrived in 1853, by the James Furney; died October 21 [1875], of Bright's disease of kidneys. [39]

William Armstrong, aged 40, labourer, native of Nottingham; arrived in 1840 by the Socrates; died December 22 [1873], of empyoema and abscess of lungs. [16]

William Artridge, aged 21, labourer, native of Victoria; died April 27 [1875], of enchondromata excision. [33]

William Ashe, aged 37 years, native of London; arrived 1858, in the Straphelon; died September 9 [1877], of phthisis. [58]

Joseph Ashquith, aged 70, gardener, native of Yorkshire; arrived in 1842 by the Ezuestrian; died January 9 [1874], of valvular disease and hypertrophy of heart. [17]

Ellen Barber, aged 35, native of London; arrived in 1852 by the Panama; died October 26 [1874], of hydatid of liver. [26]

Frederick Barber, aged 28 years, native of England; arrived in 1850, ship unknown; died May 31 [1876], of incised throat - suicide. [44]

Henry Barker, gilder, aged 48, native of Devonshire; arrived in 1856 by the ship Melpomene; died December 13 [1872], of carcinoma. [4]

James Barr, aged 68 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1852, in the Julia; died December 22 [1876], of serous apoplexy. [50]

David Barrow, aged 40 years, native of London; arrived 1857 in the Dunbar; died September 18 [1877], of phthisis. [58]

James Barry, aged 28, labourer, native of Ireland; arrived in 1860, by the Corapore; died September 22 [1873], of valvular disease of the heart. [13]

James Bartlett, aged 40, labourer, native of Somersetshire; arrived in 1845, by the Arab; died July 22 [1875], of suppurating hydatid of liver. [36]

John Bastyan, aged 60, labourer, native of Devonshire; arrived in 1860, by the Monarch; died 22nd August, 1874, of pleuro-pneumonia. [24]

Ellen Bates, aged 80, native of Ireland; arrived in 1845, by the Waverley; died September 3 [1875], of acute bronchitis. [37]

Sarah Beck, aged 50, native of Dublin; arrived in 1840 by the Eliza; died February 15 [1873], of morbus cordis. [6]

William Henry Bell, aged 52, gardener, native of Ireland; arrived in 1845, by the Marion; died February 12 [1875], of broncho-pneumonia. [30]

Harry Bellman, cook, aged 32, native of Oxford; arrived in 1862 by the Sultana; died May 1 [1873], of anaemia. [8]

James Bennett, aged 43 years, native of England; arrived 1852, in the Admiral; died July 13 [1877], of cancer of pancreas and liver. [56]

Joseph Berry, aged 48 years, native of England; arrived 1852, in the Herefordshire; died February 22 [1877], of meningitis. [52]

Agnes Black, aged 45, dressmaker, native of Scotland; arrived in 1853 by the British Queen; died December 14 [1874], of suppurating hydatid of liver. [28]

Charles Blakey, aged 60, native of Liverpool; arrived in 1853 by the Covenanter; died July 7 [1873], of cardiac disease and anasarca. [10]

Thomas Bond, aged 45, carpenter, native of Bristol; arrived in 1874 by the Peru; died April 5 [1875], of valvular disease of heart. [32]

David Booth, aged 21, groom, native of Yorkshire; arrived in 1856 (vessel unknown); died December 12 [1874], of pneumonia. [28]

Thomas Edward Bostock, aged 46, storekeeper, native of Tasmania; arrived in 1848, by the Shamrock; died September 23 [1874], of cancer of liver. [25]

Henry M. Boswarra, accountant, aged 58, native of Plymouth; arrived in 1838 by the Eaden; died May 5 [1873], of phthisis. [8]

Neal Boyle, cab driver, aged 33, native of Ireland; arrived in 1859, by the ship Toahboah; died 25th November [1872], of phthisis. [3]

George Brafield, aged 50 years, native of London; arrived 1857, in the Gleaner; died March 16 [1877] of cancer of stomach. [52]

Samuel Bredin, aged 49, ship-carpenter, native of Ireland; arrived in 1851, by the Beverard; died October 10 [1875], of progressive locomotor alaxy. [39]

John Bromley, aged 32, cook, native of Manchester; arrived in 1864, by the Ocean Empress; died January 7 [1875], of phthisis. [29]

Charles Brooks, aged 37 years, native of England; arrived 1856, in the Runnymede; died September 6 [1876], of abscess of liver. [48]

Elizabeth Brown, aged 18, native of London; arrived in 1862 by the Sirocco; died January 2 [1873], of morbus cordis. [5]

George Brown, aged 71, gardener, native of Wiltshire; arrived in 1832, by the Isabella IV; died January 3 [1875], of strangulated femoral hernia. [29]

Mary Brown, aged 58, native of Ireland; arrived in 1844, by the Greenlow; died January 31 [1875], of burns. [30]

Robert Brown, aged 75, labourer, native of Cambridgeshire; arrived in 1842, by the Moffet the Third; died June 1 [1875], of phthisis. [34]

Henry Burge, aged 47, clerk, native of London; arrived in 1851, by the Queen of England; died October 28 [1875], of erysipelas. [39]

Margaret Burgess, aged 40, cook, native of Scotland; arrived in 1859, vessel unknown; died May 27 [1874], of abscesses of lung. [21]

William Burkett, aged 22, ship's steward, native of Yorkshire; arrived in 1869, by the Scylla; died May 24 [1874], of pyoemia. [21]

Thomas Cato Burt, aged 64, dealer, & c., a native of Essex; arrived in 1852 by the Emma Godwin; died August 25 [1873], of typhoid fever. [12]

Martha Butt, aged 60 years, native of Dorsetshire; died September 17 [1877], morbus cordis. [58]

Mary Ann Byron, aged 19, domestic; native of London; arrived in 1871, by the Queen of the Seas; died February 3 [1875], of metritis septicoemia. [30]

Sarah Caley, aged 57, native of Suffolk, England; arrived 1852, in the Ann Miller; died June 20 [1876], of phthisis. [45]

Humphrey Callaghan, aged 35, miner, native of Ireland; arrived in 1862 by the Blue Jacket; died January 14 [1875], of abscesses of lung. [29]

Mary Callaghan, aged 45 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1862, in the Great Tasmania; died September 4 [1876], of brain disease. [48]

Ellen Cameron, aged 24, native of Scotland; arrived in 1865 by the Ivanhoe; died January 6 [1875], of suppurating hydatid of omentum. [29]

Archibald Campbell, aged 50, labourer, native of Scotland; arrived in 1865, by the Esk; died February 4 [1875], of encephalitis. [30]

Emily Campbell, aged 24 years, native of England; arrived 1853, ship unknown; died September 12 [1876], of pleuro-pneumonia. [48]

James Campbell, aged 40, butcher, native of Scotland; arrived in 1853 by the Red Jacket; died December 12 [1874] of pericarditis and pleuro-pneumonia. [28]

Marshall Campbell, aged 25 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1873 in the Colonial Empire; died August 21 [1876], of haemoptysis. [47]

Paul Campbell, aged 40, blacksmith, native of Scotland; arrived in 1852, by the Malabar; died August 28 [1875], of fractured leg and traumatic delirium. [37]

William Campbell, aged 33, labourer, native of Ireland; arrived in 1853, by the Royal Dane; died October 13 [1875], of erysipelas. [39]

Leo Carmion, aged 33 years, native of Spain; arrived 1857, in the Comrade; died January 21 [1877], of typhoid fever. [51]

Amelia Chapman, aged 46, native of Denmark; arrived in 1850, by the Great Britain; died February 16 [1875], of amputation of breast, & c., for cancer. [30]

Mary Ann Clark, aged 44, native of London; arrived in 1850 by the J.T. Ford; died January 26 [1873], of peritonitis. [5]

William Clark, aged 56 years, native of England; arrived 1858, in the Great Britain; died November 18 [1876], of abscess on liver. [49]

James Clarke, aged 22 years, native of New York; arrived 1876, in the Lightning; died January 16 [1877], of phthisis. [50]

Kenzon Clayton, aged 67 years, native of England; arrived 1852, in the Eldorado; died June 21 [1877], of disease of heart. [55]

John Cleary, aged 53 years, labourer, native of Ireland; arrived in 1841, by the Royal Saxon; died March 23, 1874, of inflammation of brain and membranes. [19]

William Henry Clements, aged 22, printer, native of Somersetshire; arrived in 1857 by the Mary Ann; died October 21 [1873], of phthisis. [14]

Charles Cole, aged 69 years, native of England; arrived in the Madonna; died October 31 [1876], of peritonitis after lithotomy. [49]

Harriett Cole, aged 35, native of London; arrived in 1863 by the Flying Cloud; died June 23 [1873], of enteric fever. [10]

John Coligan, aged 38, labourer, native of Ireland; arrived in 1864 (vessel unknown); died April 20 [1875], of erysipelas. [33]

Frederick Collier, aged 50, registered medical practitioner; arrived in 1851, by the Maori; died October 19 [1875], of phthisis. [39]

Thomas Colliston, aged 27 years, native of the Isle of Man; arrived 1872, in the Alhambra; died March 17 [1877], of abdominal tumour. [52]

Robert Comyns, aged 56, woollendraper, native of Ireland; arrived in 1852, vessel unknown; died 30th July, 1874, of hypertrophy of heart. [23]

Charlotte Conley, aged 47 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1857, in the Derry Castle; died September 23 [1876], of ascites. [48]

James Connaughton, aged 48, gasfitter, native of Ireland; arrived in 1855 by the James Baines; died January 3 [1874], of tetanus. [17]

Frank Connell, aged 54, labourer, native of Yorkshire; arrived in 1837, by the Lady Emma; died February 28 [1875], of valvular disease of heart. [31]

Mary Connelly, cook, aged 25, native of Ireland; arrived in 1869 by vessel unknown; died June 10 [1873], of enteric fever. [9]

Peter Connelly, native of London; arrived 1855, in the Chaldean; died 7th April [1877], of typhoid fever. [53]

Joseph Cook, aged 49 years, native of Essex; arrived 1853, in the Ithonia; died September 10 [1877], of fracture of skull. [58]

Fanny Cooke, aged 85, native of Nottinghamshire, arrived in 1855 by the Royal Charter; died November 15 [1873], of intracapsular fracture of femur. [15]

Joseph Cooley, 29 years, cabdriver; arrived in the colonies in 1872 by the vessel Colonial Empire; died March 17 [1873], of dysentery. [7]

Jane Rose Cooper, aged 53 years, native of Scotland; arrived in 1861, in the Victory; died June 6 [1876], of exhaustion from softening of the brain. [44]

Noah Cooper, aged 17, labourer, native of Victoria; died 27th April, 1874, of enteric fever. [20]

Robert Cornwell, aged 41 years, native of Yorkshire; arrived 1853, in the Flora McDonald; died May 12 [1877], of phthisis. [54]

Edward Cousins, aged 50, tanner, native of London; arrived in 1861, by the Copenhagen; died July 19 [1875], of phthisis. [36]

Samuel Crickmer, aged 48 years, publican, native of Suffolk; arrived in 1852, by the Caldera; died March 28, 1874, of erysipelas. [19]

George Crispen, aged 44 years, native of Bristol; arrived 1859; died July 6 [1877], of morbus cordis. [55]

Frederick Crossley, aged 38, native of England; arrived in 1860, by the Dawn of Hope; died March 2 [1876], of morbus Brightii. [43]

Robert James Cumming, aged 54, clerk, native of America; arrived in 1859 by the Cynthia; died June 6 [1875], of fatty degeneration of heart. [34]

Robert Curtes, aged 74, shoemaker, native of London; arrived in 1829, by the Lady Harwood; died March 24 [1875], of pyaemia. [32]

Margaret Dalker, aged 19, domestic, native of Scotland; arrived in 1864, by the South Carolina; died 16th July, 1874, of empyema and pericarditis. [23]

Martha Danzy, aged 40, native of Manchester; arrived in 1857, vessel unknown; died March 8 [1875], of dysentery. [31]

James D'Arcy, aged 19 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1862, in the Great Tasmania; died January 6 [1877], of phthisis. [50]

James Davidson, aged 65, shipwright, native of Scotland; arrived in 1854 by the Matilda Waterberg; died December 8 [1873], of white softening of brain. [16]

John Davis, aged 45, groom, native of London; arrived in 1844 by the Mary; died 23rd June [1874], of heart disease. [22]

Ann Day, aged 67, domestic, native of Ireland; arrived in the colony in 1850 (ship unknown); died November 1, 1872, of senility. [2]

Janet Day, aged 32, domestic, native of Scotland; time of arrival and name of vessel unknown; died November 17 [1874], of suppurating ovarian cyst. [27]

Rose De Avellon, 30 years, native of Ireland; arrived in the colonies in 1864, by the vessel Snider; died February 27 [1873], of typhoid fever. [7]

David De Gray, aged 53, surgeon; arrived in 1866, vessel unknown; died July 31 [1875], of phthisis. [36]

William De la Porte, aged 59, surgeon, native of France; arrived in 1861, vessel unknown; died February 27 [1875], of pyoemia. [31]

Eleanor Dellow, aged 40 years, native of Essex; arrived 1859, in the Telegraph; died November 9 [1877], of phthisis. [60]

Mary Dickson, domestic, age 18, native of Tasmania; arrived in 1871 by the Tasmania; died September 28 [1872], of cut throat (suicide). [1]

Dominick Dillon, aged 42, native of Ireland; arrived in 1865, by the Giant's Causeway; died January 5 [1876], of chronic bronchitis. [42]

William Doharty, aged 37 years, native of Ireland; died August 5 [1877], of cancer. [57]

William Donaldson, aged 65, native of Scotland; arrived in 1860, by the Pirate; died January 21 [1876], of anthroma. [42]

Harriet Donne, aged 24, native of London; arrived in 1869, by the Lady Jocelyn; died November 14, 1874, of phthisis. [27]

Thomas Donohue, aged 60, labourer, native of Ireland; arrived in 1861, by the Great Victorian; died March 25 [1875], of traumatic encephalitis. [32]

Ellen Dowling, aged 38 years, native of London; arrived 1869, in the Prince Charley; died February 7 [1877], of phthisis. [51]

Charles Drakes, aged 44 years, native of British West Indies; arrived 1852 in the Golden Spring; died March 10 [1877], of phthisis. [52]

Samuel Drayton, aged 46, labourer, native of London; arrived in 1841 by the Tasmania; died September 1 [1873], of hypertrophy of heart. [12]

William Duguid, accountant, aged 39, native of Scotland; arrived in 1852 by the Coila; died January 20 [1873], of phthisis. [5]

Matthew Durham, aged 43, miner, native of Yorkshire; arrived in 1865, by the Harpener; died 26th August, 1874, of phthisis. [24]

Watson Eaton, aged 58 years, native of America; arrived 1854, in the Nimrod; died November 14 [1877]; of exhaustion following amputation of foot. [60]

Leatham Edwards, aged 41, sailor, native of Chester; arrived in 1852 by the Cecilia; died October 26 [1873], of phthisis. [14]

Mary Edwards, 37 years, native of Scotland; arrived in the colonies in 1859 by the vessel Herald of the Morning; died February 26 [1873], of phthisis. [7]

George Emery, aged 28 years, native of England; arrived 1864, in the Champion of the Seas; died November 13 [1876], of phthisis and scrofula. [49]

Samuel Falkner, aged 50 years, native of London; arrived 1873, in the Great Britain; died 30th March [1877], of phthisis. [53]

Harriet Farrell, aged 47 years, native of Lincoln; arrived 1857, in the St. Anna; died July 13 [1876], of bronchitis. [46]

Robert Fiddes, aged 24, labourer, native of Ireland; arrived in 1860, by the Red Jacket; died November 28 [1874], of gangrene of leg. [27]

George Finley, aged 29, labourer, native of Victoria; died September 30 [1873], of phthisis. [13]

Mary Fitzpatrick, aged 35, domestic, native of Ireland; arrived in 1862, by the Donald McKay; died September 25 [1874], of gangrene of lung. [25]

Frances Fitzsimon, aged 30, domestic, native of London; arrived in 1865 by the Duke of Newcastle; died December 16 [1874], of phthisis. [28]

William Charles Flack, clerk, aged 30, native of Lincolnshire; arrived in 1872, by the ship Asferus; died 11th November [1872], of dysentery. [3]

Ann Flood, aged 50, native of Ireland; arrived in 1841, by the George Cunard; died January 26 [1875], of dysentery. [30]

Patrick Flood, aged 56, cabdriver, native of Ireland; arrived in 1841, by the George Cunard; died January 21 [1875], of apoplexy. [29]

Johannah Floyd, aged 32, native of Ireland; arrived in 1857 by the James Baines; died August 24 [1873], of phthisis. [12]

Mary Foley, aged 56, native of Ireland; arrived in 1870 by the Bengal; died December 2 [1874], of morbus cordis. [28]

Ellen Ford, aged 30, native of Ireland; arrived in 1864 by the Ivanhoe; died August 26 [1873], of phthisis. [12]

Frederick Ford, aged 61 years, native of England; date of arrival and ship unknown; died January 16 [1877], of cancer of kidney. [50]

John Ford, aged 46 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1870 in the Carlisle; died October 29 [1876], of phthisis. [49]

Catherine Forrester, aged 44, laundress, native of London; arrived in 1850 (vessel unknown); died January 26 [1874], of chronic bronchitis. [17]

Rosa Forrester, aged 16, domestic, native of Sydney; arrived in 1868 (vessel unknown); died April 28 [1875], of phthisis. [33]

James Forsyth, aged 36, carpenter, native of Scotland; arrived in 1873 by the Jesse Redmer; died May 24 [1874], of phthisis. [21]

James Fowler, aged 60, coachman, native of Kent; arrived in 1844, vessel unknown; died 3rd August, 1874, of suicidal poisoning by oxalic acid. [23]

Bridget Fox, aged 36, native of Ireland; arrived in 1864, ship unknown; died May 12 [1873], of peritonitis. [8]

Charles Foy, aged 24, grocer, native of Ireland; arrived in 1871, by the Coimbatore; died June 8 [1875], of phthisis. [34]

Robert Franks, aged 40, kitchenman, native of Ireland; arrived in 1855 by the Black Sea; died May 25 [1874], of gangrene of lung. [21]

Hugh Fraser, aged 51, native of Scotland; arrived 1852, in the Gramphere; died June 16 [1876], of phthisis. [45]

Helen Frazer, aged 27 years, native of England; arrived 1875, in the Durham; died June 5 [1877], of typhoid fever. [54]

John Freeman, miner, aged 52, native of Cornwall; arrived in 1856 by the Dragon; died January 18 [1873], of phthisis. [5]

Edward Fullbrook, aged 42, bricklayer, native of London; arrived in 1875, by the Essex; died May 18 [1875], of phthisis. [34]

Frederick Gagette, aged 46, painter, native of London; arrived in 1851 by the Hellespont; died October 28 [1873], of apoplexy. [14]

Timothy Gallagher, aged 42 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1853, in the Star of the East; died January 7 [1877], of phthisis. [50]

James Gardiner, aged 50 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1840, in the Dumfries; died February 16 [1877], of morbus cordis. [51]

Ellen Garon, aged 60, domestic, native of Ireland; arrived in 1865 (vessel unknown); died October 29 [1873], of acute dysentery. [14]

John Geoghan, aged 46 years, native of Ireland; died August 6 [1877], of dysentery. [57]

Thomas Germain, aged 21, shipwright, native of Middlesex; arrived in 1873 by the Highflyer; died December 4 [1873], of phthisis. [16]

Henry Parker German, aged 22, native of Cumberland; arrived in 1874, by the Hampshire; died 4th August, 1874, of fracture of skull and laceration of brain. [23]

Hinton Gibbs, aged 64 years, native of Bedfordshire; arrived 1852, in the Barrackpore; died October 28 [1877], of cancer of stomach. [60]

Mary Gibbs, aged 75 years, native of England; arrived 1857; died May 25 [1877], of dropsy. [54]

William Gill, aged 14 years, native of Victoria; died April 7, 1874, of gangrene of leg and thigh. [19]

Walter Gillbee, aged 80, gardener, native of London; arrived in 1854, vessel unknown; died 11th July, 1874, of old age and diarrhoea. [23]

William Golding, aged 50, labourer, native of London; arrived in 1859, by the Monarch; died October 10 [1874], of primary amputation of thigh after accident. [26]

Goon Ley, aged 38, native of China; no other particulars known; died August 2 [1873], of pyelitis. [11]

Alexander Gowan, aged 56, hawker, native of Scotland; arrived in 1857, by the Norfolk; died September 6 [1874], of pneumonia. [25]

Ann Gowan, aged 58, cook, native of Staffordshire; arrived in 1824, by the Majestic; died 31st August, 1874, of capillary bronchitis and pneumonia. [24]

Thomas Gowar, aged 59, farmer, & c., native of Kent, arrived in 1853 by the Calliope; died August 20 [1873], of gangrene of left arm. [12]

Septimus Grantham, aged 35, native of England; arrived in 1858, ship unknown; died January 16 [1876], of phthisis. [42]

George Frederick Green, aged 65 years, native of Westmoreland; arrived 1864, in the Star of India; died June 9 [1877], of pneumonia. [55]

William Henry Green, aged 33 years, native of Yorkshire; arrived 1875, in the Strathearn; died June 7 [1877], of typhoid fever. [54]

Henry Greening, aged 3, native of New Zealand; arrived in 1871, by the Rangitoto; died September 15 [1873], of pleuro-broncho pneumonia. [13]

Matilda Grier, aged 80 years, native of Yorkshire; arrived 1853, in the Lady Flora; died August 12 [1877], of senile decay. [57]

Ellen Gully, aged 54 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1847, in the Royal Salmon; died January 31 [1877], of acute rheumatism. [51]

Sampson Haig, labourer, aged 45, native of Scotland; arrived in 1853 by the vessel Bleumer; died June 11 [1873], of pleurisy. [9]

Ham Ah Yuk, aged 25, storeman, native of China (date of arrival and name of vessel unknown); died 12th August, 1874, of intus-susception. [24]

William Hammerton, aged 58 years, native of London; arrived 1845, in the Tasman; died November 9 [1877], of empyema. [60]

William Harding, aged 34 years, native of England; arrived 1854, in the Shalaman; died September 15 [1876], of cystitis. [48]

George Hardy, aged 27 years, native of England; arrived 1874, in the Somersetshire; died September 26 [1876], of aneurism. [48]

John Harrell, barman, aged 26, native of London; arrived in 1864 by the Yorkshire; died September 15 [1872], of cancer. [1]

Elizabeth Harris, aged 22, native of Manchester; arrived in 1850 by the Dirigo; died November 27 [1873], of poisoning by strychnine (suicide). [15]

Thomas Harris, aged 63, native of Northampton; arrived in 1852, by the Immigrant; died November 4 [1875], of sanguineous apoplexy. [40]

Edmund Harrison, aged 49, clerk, native of London; arrived in 1860 by the Kent; died October 14 [1873], of mitral valvular disease of the heart. [14]

William Harrison, aged 53, native of England; arrived in 1868, by the Otago; died March 13 [1876], of phthisis. [43]

William Hart, aged 67 years, native of England; arrived 1857; died December 5 [1877], of morbus cordis. [61]

John Hawkins, aged 30 years, native of Birmingham; arrived 1873, in the Clarence; died September 8 [1877], of phthisis. [58]

John Hayes, aged 24, shoemaker, native of Ireland; arrived in 1857, by the Phoebe Dunbar; died 24th April, 1874, of compound fracture of ribs. [20]

John Tidcombe Hazard, aged 64, clerk, native of Somersetshire; arrived in 1852 by the Moselle; died May 3 [1875], of atheroma and phthisis. [33]

Alexander Henderson, merchant, aged 32, native of Scotland; arrived in 1872 by the ship Asia; died December 10 [1872], of phthisis. [4]

John Henley, aged 68, architect; arrived in 1841, by the Argyle; died July 23 [1875], of extravasation of urine. [36]

George Henry, aged 30 years, native of Belfast; arrived 1877, in the Alhambra; died August 4 [1877], of phthisis. [57]

Eliza Hicks, aged 53, native of Scotland; arrived in 1874, vessel unknown; died March 21 [1875], of strangulated femoral hernia. [31]

James Higham, aged 39, groom, native of Plymouth; arrived in 1855, by the Essex; died June 7 [1875], of fracture of skull. [34]

George Hill, aged 45 years, native of England; died October 24 [1877], of burns and exhaustion. [59]

Lot Hill, shoemaker, aged 56, native of Yorkshire; arrived in 1852, by the Progress; died November 27 [1873], of diabetes. [15]

Mary Hillas, aged 27, native of England; arrived in 1851, ship unknown; died March 14 [1876], of phthisis. [43]

Thomas Hilt, aged 52, native of Exeter; arrived in 1850, by the Magdalen; died November 12 [1875], of valvular disease of the heart. [40]

Norah Hines, aged 44 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1862, in the Ivanhoe; died September 27 [1877], of burns. [58]

James Hodgson, aged 30 years, native of England; arrived 1874, in the Great Britain; died on 17th June [1876], of phthisis. [45]

Margaret Hook, aged 58 years, native of Ireland; arrived in 1840, vessel unknown; died March 27, 1874, of acute bronchitis. [19]

John Hoskinson, 50 years, a carpenter, native of Lancashire; arrived in the colonies in 1853 (vessel unknown); died February 27 [1873], of compound fracture of skull. [7]

Bridget Howard, aged 61 years, native of Ireland; arrived in 1860, in the Wallace; died May 29 [1876], of phthisis. [44]

Maria Howard, aged 36 years, native of Dublin; arrived in the Morning Light; died December 7 [1877], of delirium tremens. [61]

Edward Howe, aged 67 years, native of England; arrived 1839 in the Royal Merchant; died August 14 [1876], of anasarca. [47]

Margaret Hughes, aged 36 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1863, in the Southern Empire; died June 15 [1877], of cancer of breast and dropsy. [55]

Frederick Hull, aged 40 years, native of London; arrived 1849, in the Caroline Agnes; died January 2 [1877], of pleuro-pneumonia. [50]

Robert Ireton, aged 44, native of Ireland; arrived in 1856, by the Shalimar; died January 15 [1876], of softening of the brain. [42]

John James, aged 43 years, native of England; arrived 1863, in the Utopia; died May 30 [1877], of phthisis. [54]

James Jefferies, aged 50, hawker, native of Wiltshire; arrived in 1851, by the Severn; died 28th August, 1874, of valvular disease of the heart. [24]

John Jenkins, aged 52, sweep, native of Southampton; arrived in 1853, by the Crosus; died January 5 [1875] of extravasation of urine. [29]

William Jensen, aged 48, sailmaker, native of Denmark; arrived in 1868, by the General Butler; died October 21 [1874], of pleuro pneumonia and hepatitis. [26]

Mary Johnstone, aged 47, nurse, native of Ireland; arrived in 1869 by the Essex; died January 12 [1873], of carcinoma. [5]

David Jones, aged 59, carpenter, native of North Wales; arrived in 1841 by the Ayrshire; died January 6 [1874], of cancer of stomach. [17]

John Keft, aged 44 years, native of Holland; arrived in 1860, in the Bayley; died May 14 [1876], of gangrene of lungs. [44]

Michael Kelleher, 58 years, a labourer, native of Ireland; arrived in the colonies in 1864 by the vessel Jesse Mann; died March 4, 1873, of carcinoma. [7]

John Kelly, aged 35 years, native of Wexford; arrived 1873 in the True Briton; died December 9 [1877], of phthisis. [61]

James King, clerk, aged 27, native of Madras; arrived in 1866 by the Bombay; died May 13 [1873], of phthisis. [8]

Nancy King, (aboriginal), aged 40 years, native of Victoria; died April 14, 1874, of Bright's disease of kidneys. [19]

Wingsland Kitchener, aged 53 years, native of Germany; arrived 1857, in the Godfrey; died June 9 [1877], of asthma and dropsy. [55]

Isaac Knellor, labourer, aged 62, native of Kent; arrived in 1852, by the ship James Gibbs; died 12th November [1872], of carcinoma. [3]

Henry Kollmoren, aged 53, baker, native of Germany; arrived in 1848, by the Australia; died October 21 [1873], of chronic Bright's disease of kidney. [14]

Annie Lamont, aged 52, native of Kent; arrived in 1854 in the Marco Polo; died January 14 [1873], of apoplexy. [5]

Ann Larkins, aged 35, domestic, native of Ireland, arrived in 1854 by the Rockhampton; died 17th June [1874], of empyema and erysipelas. [22]

Frank Lawson, aged 29, sailor, native of Russia; arrived in 1874, vessel unknown; died May 19 [1875], of phthisis. [34]

Hans Lawson, aged 35, native of Norway; arrived 1868, ship unknown; died December 2 [1875], of phthisis. [41]

Edward Leslie, aged 31, surgeon, native of Scotland; arrived in 1872, by the E.J. Spence; died November 3 [1874], of phthisis. [27]

William Lovett, aged 30 years, labourer, native of Middlesex; arrived in 1871, by the Bengal; died March 27, 1874, of typhoid fever. [19]

John Lush, labourer, aged 38, native of Hampshire; arrived in 1851 by the Mount Stewart Elphinstone; died May ?, [1873], of phthisis. [8]

Margaret Macgregor, aged 44 years, native of Glasgow; arrived 1860, in the Antipodes; died 4th June [1876], of erysipelas in the head. [45]

William Maddison, porter, aged 24, surgeon [?], native of Durham; arrived in 1874, by the Collingwood; died November 29 [1874], of progressive locomotor ataxy. [27]

John Maffett, currier, aged 68, native of Ireland; arrived in 1858 by the Mary Bangs; died May 12 [1873], of pleurisy. [8]

Matilda Malcolm, domestic, aged 62, native of London; arrived in 1824 by the Denmark Hill; died November 24 [1873], of pleuro-pneumonia. [15]

Thomas Mardon, aged 45 years, native of England; arrived 1851, in the Almora; died 29th July [1876], of paralysis. [46]

William Marshall, aged 8 years, native of Victoria; died April 10, 1874, of enteric fever. [19]

Norman Matheson, aged 49, labourer, native of Scotland; arrived in 1851 by the Statesman; died January 13 [1874], of chronic bronchitis. [17]

Charles Matt, 55 years, doctor, native of Hanover; arrived in the colonies in 1853 by the vessel Oscura Veta; died March 19 [1873], of bronchitis. [7]

Mary Matthews, aged 32 years, native of Tipperary; arrived 1852, in the Ben Nevis; died October 20 [1877], of morbus cordis. [59]

Mary McCandlish, aged 41; arrived in 1847, by the Mangerton; died July 26 [1875], of fatty degeneration of heart. [36]

Thomas P. McCarthy, miner, aged 35, native of Ireland; arrived in 1853 by the vessel St. Helena; died May 26 [1873], of diseased spine. [9]

Ann McCarty, aged 33, native of Birmingham; arrived in 1862 by the Commodore Perry; died December 25 [1874], of phthisis. [28]

William McClosky, aged 44 years, native of Limerick; arrived 1836, in the Elgin; died June 13 [1877], of pneumonia. [55]

Annie McGarry, aged 34, native of Ireland; arrived in 1865, by the ship Champion of the Seas; died December 8 [1875], of cancer of liver. [41]

Thomas McGowan, aged 49, native of Ireland; arrived in 1852, by the ship Constant; died December 23 [1875], of phthisis. [41]

Patrick McGrath, aged 27, bootmaker, native of Ireland; arrived in 1866, by the Africana; died September 16 [1874], of double pleuro pneumonia and pericarditis. [25]

Annie McGregor, aged 43, native of Scotland; arrived in 1860, vessel unknown; died June 13 [1875], of dysentery. [35]

Alexander McKenzie, aged 39 years, native of London; died February 8 [1877], of morbus cordis. [51]

John McLachlan, aged 46 years, native of Dumfries; arrived 1867, in the Great Britain; died October 19 [1877], of cancer of stomach. [59]

Donald McLennan, aged 35 years, native of Canada; arrived 1853, in the Akbar; died May 10 [1877], of aneurism. [54]

Emma McLennan, aged 26, native of London; arrived in 1868 by the Algley; died June 30 [1873], of phthisis. [10]

Rachel McNeal, 19 years, native of Victoria; died June 17 [1873], of ovarian dropsy. [10]

James McOrmond, aged 41 years, native of Tipperary; arrived 1854, in the Golden Era; died January 30 [1877], of hydatids of liver. [51]

Thomas Mence, aged 16, native of Victoria; died October 12 [1873], of chronic pleurisy. [14]

John Menzie, aged 45 years, native of Perthshire, Scotland; arrived 1853, in the Cameron; died December 31 [1876], of cancer of tongue. [50]

Benjamin Metcalf, aged 42 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1854 in the John Knox; died August 28 [1876], of scirrhus of stomach. [47]

Mary Ann Milne, aged 58 years, native of England; arrived from St. Helena, 1862, in the Wanderer; died January 31 [1877], of phthisis. [51]

John Mines, aged 43 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1857, in the Brotham Hall; died July 3 [1877], of typhoid fever. [55]

Mary Mockler, aged 22 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1866 in the Duchess of Northumberland; died August 20 [1876], of phthisis. [47]

Edward Charles Moore, aged 45 years; died November 9 [1876], of pistol shot wound in head. [49]

William Morgan, aged 44, hawker, native of the Isle of Wight; arrived in 1861, by the Swiftsure; died April 10 [1875], of phthisis. [32]

James Morrison, aged 60 years, native of Aberdeen; arrived in 1861, in the Gipsy Bride; died March 16 [1877], of paralysis. [52]

Thomas Mosely, aged 49, baker, native of London; arrived in 1849 by the Kate; died September 18 [1873], of hepatitis. [13]

Esther Mosley, aged 81, native of Ireland; arrived in 1855 by the Frederick; died September 24 [1873], of bronchitis and emphyoema. [13]

George Moss, aged 51 years, native of London; arrived 1853 in the Tasman; died December 13 [1877], of purpura. [61]

Joseph Mowbray, aged 36, native of Scotland; date of arrival and ship unknown; died 4th July [1876], of phthisis. [45]

Margaret Murphy, aged 31, native of Ireland; arrived in 1854, ship unknown; died January 10 [1876], of hemiplegia. [42]

Mary Ann Murphy, aged 36, native of Ireland; arrived in 1840, ship unknown; died September 21 [1873], of cancer of liver and lungs. [13]

Mary Murray, aged 39 years, native of County Clare; arrived 1872 in the Tamar; died 10th April [1877], of caries of vertebra. [53]

Matthew Nancarrow, aged 27, carter, native of Cornwall; arrived in 1855, by the Parsee; died April 18 [1875], of alcoholic poisoning. [33]

Henry Nash, aged 37, storeman, native of Ireland; arrived in the colony in 1863 by the ship Carntyne; died October 10, 1872, of cirrhosis of liver. [2]

Thomas Arthur Neil, aged 27, bootmaker, native of Ireland; arrived in 1859, by the Falcon; died July 29 [1875], of delirium tremens. [36]

W.H. Nelson, aged 35 years, native of London; arrived 1860, in the Yorkshire; died January 29 [1877], of morbus cordis. [51]

Maria Nethersole, aged 35 years, native of England; arrived in 1860, in the Hindostan; died May 25 [1876], of phthisis. [44]

James Nicholson, aged 45, miner, native of Ireland; arrived in 1854 by the Marco Polo; died April 21 [1875], of cancer. [33]

Margaret Nilen, aged 35 years, native of Ireland; died August 8 [1877], of tumour of larnyx. [57]

Mary Ann Nolan, aged 40, domestic, native of Ireland; arrived in 1864 by the Lightning; died December 19 [1873], of empyoema. [16]

James Noona, aged 60 (no other particulars known); died December 4 [1872], of apoplexy. [4]

Eliza O'Flaherty, aged 37, native of Ireland; arrived in 1857, by the John Franklin; died 23rd March, 1874, of fatty degeneration of the heart. [18]

Thomas Oliver, aged 31, native of Scotland; arrived in 1855 by the Emma; died February 8 [1873], of tetanus. [6]

Bridget O'Reilly, aged 43, native of Ireland; arrived in 1852 (vessel unknown); died October 27 [1873], of advanced phthisis. [14]

John Thomas Orr, aged 21, blacksmith, native of Ireland; arrived in 1855, by the Camperdown; died September 10 [1875], of gunshot wound of thigh. [38]

William Orton, aged 77, gardener, native of Ireland; arrived in 1847 by the Walter Morris; died December 15 [1873], of valvular disease of heart. [16]

Betty Paddle, aged 63, brought to the hospital by police; no particulars are known; died 8th November [1872], of erysipelas. [3]

Robert Palin, aged 65, labourer, native of Middlesex; arrived in 1832, by the Lotus; died 21st March, 1874, of cancer of stomach, liver, & c. [18]

William Palmer, aged 55, farmer, native of Ireland; arrived in 1852, by the Kate; died May 23 [1875], of hydatid of liver. [34]

William Palmer, aged 45, sailor, native of London; arrived in 1852, by the Mary Harrison; died May 23 [1875], of valvular disease of heart. [34]

William Pammenter, aged 44, labourer, native of Cambridgeshire; arrived in 1850 by the Sophia; died 10th July, 1874, of pleuro-broncho pneumonia. [23]

Robert Papparell, aged 39, bootmaker, native of Devonshire; arrived in 1846 (by vessel unknown); died 1st March, 1874, of erysipelas. [18]

Henry Parker, whitesmith, aged 54, native of London; arrived in 1849 by the Mary Shepherd; died July 27 [1873], of erysipelas. [11]

Joseph Parn, 26 years, a gardener, native of Ireland; arrived in the colonies in 1866 by the vessel Morning Light; died February 26 [1873], of rheumatic fever. [7]

Allek Patterson, carpenter, aged 35, native of Sweden; arrived in 1865, by the ship Lightning; died 10th November [1872], of scrofula. [3]

Herbert Pearcy, aged 31 years, native of London; arrived 1873, in the Bangalore; died 30th March [1877], of gout. [53]

James Penton, aged 49, gatekeeper, native of Hampshire; arrived in 1851, by the Avoca; died February ?, 1875, of strangulated femoral. [30]

Charles Peterson, sailor, aged 46, native of Denmark; arrived in 1865 by the Lady Darling; died July 28 [1873], of carcinoma. [11]

Ann Phalan, aged 54 years, native of Ireland; arrived in 1870, by the Electric; died March 27, 1874, of ulceration of large intestine. [19]

Mary Ann Phillips, aged 35 years, native of Guernsey; arrived in 1851, by the Harbernot; died April 2, 1874, of acute peritonitis. [19]

Joseph Pierce, aged 65 years, native of London; arrived 1856, in the Glenroy; died May 25 [1877], of broncho pneumonia. [54]

John Pond, aged 23, printer, native of Sussex; arrived in 1869, by the Phoebe; died October 22 [1873], of enteric fever. [14]

Frank Port, miner, aged 26, native of Liverpool; arrived in 1867, by the ship Agra; died January 15 [1873], of typhoid fever. [5]

Jane Caroline Potter, aged 65, native of London; arrived in 1866, by the Donald McKay; died September 28 [1873], of valvular disease of heart. [13]

James Powell, aged 29, native of London; arrived in 1869, by the ship John Duthie; died December 9 [1875], of valvular disease of the heart. [41]

Thomas Prat, aged 30 years, native of Liverpool; arrived in 1854, in the James Carson; died June 6 [1876], of valvular disease of the heart. [44]

Patrick Thomas Price, aged 56, joiner, native of London; arrived in 1855, vessel unknown; died June 30 [1875], of chronic rheumatic arthritis. [35]

Louisa Proctor, aged 42, native of Woolwich; arrived in 1866 by the Palm Tree; died October 5 [1872], of phthisis. [1]

Andrew Pyper, aged 32, native of Scotland; arrived in 1875, by the Aldergrove; died November 19 [1875], of phthisis. [40]

Henry Radcliffe, aged 41 years, native of Yorkshire; arrived 1872, in the Royal Alfred; died 7th April [1877], of phthisis. [53]

John Raily, aged 46 years, native of London; arrived 1851, in the Morbeal; died March 11 [1877], of dysentery. [52]

James Ramsay, aged 40, native of Scotland; arrived in 1861 by the Star of India; died February 12 [1873], of dysentery. [6]

William Ramsden, aged 55 years, native of Yorkshire; arrived 1852, in the Asia; died August 25 [1877], of dropsy. [57]

William Ratcliffe, aged 47 years, native of England; arrived in 1849 in the Asoene; died September 1 [1877], of internal injuries. [58]

William Redding, aged 37, sailor, native of Ireland; arrived in 1857, by the Cape McQuiney; died September 24 [1875], of phthisis. [38]

Thomas Fisher Reddington, aged 36 years, native of London; arrived 1876, in the Northumberland; died January 5 [1877], of cancer of stomach. [50]

John Regan, aged 39 years, native of Manchester; arrived 1857, in the Champion of the Seas; died August 29 [1877], of pneumonia. [57]

John Renouf, aged 27, gardener, native of Jersey; arrived in 1857; died July 12 [1873], of phthisis. [10]

Bernard Reynolds, aged 59 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1843 in the Emerald Isle; died December 23 [1877], of pleuro pneumonia. [61]

Ellen Rintel, aged 47, native of Liverpool; arrived 1851, in the Helena; died 4th July [1876], of morbus cordis. [45]

John Rippingale, 29 years, labourer, native of Yorkshire; arrived in the colonies in 1872 by the vessel British Princess; died March 7 [1873], of dysentery. [7]

Caroline Roberts, aged 53, laundress, native of London; arrived in 1854 by the America; died January 8 [1873], of burns. [5]

Elizabeth Roberts, aged 24, nurse, native of Liverpool; arrived in 1872, by the Broader; died March 19 [1875], of enteric fever. [31]

Mary Ann Roberts, aged 39, native of Ireland; arrived in 1865 (vessel unknown); died October 23 [1873], of phthisis. [14]

Frederick Robinson, shopman, aged 30, native of London; arrived in 1868 by the Wellesley; died September 17 [1872], of phthisis. [1]

Robert Robinson, saddler, aged 63, native of Cornwall; arrived in 1842 by the ship Orissa; died December 11 [1872], of morbus cordis. [4]

James Ross, aged 59, cook, native of Chelsea; arrived in 1842, by Emily 1st; died 5th March, 1874, of cancer of liver. [18]

William Roulston, sailor, aged 38, native of Liverpool; arrived in 1858 by the ship David McIver; died December 15 [1872], of cirrhosis. [4]

William Rouse, aged 24 years, native of Exeter; arrived 1855; died 1st April [1877], of spinal concussion, the result of a fall from a tree. [53]

Donald Rowland, 51 years, hawker, a native of London; arrived in the colonies in 1853 by the vessel William and Jane; died March 8 [1873], of phthisis. [7]

Thomas Rowland, aged 57, silversmith, native of London; arrived in 1856, vessel unknown; died 17th June [1874], disease unknown. [22]

Thomas Rushforth, carpenter, aged 29, native of Westmoreland; arrived in 1860 by the Torando; died July 23 [1873], of phthisis. [11]

Robert Russell, aged 70, labourer, native of Ireland; arrived in 1858, by the Lightning; died September 4 [1874], of serous apoplexy and atrophic softening of brain. [25]

William Russon, bootmaker, aged 34, native of London; arrived in 1871 by the True Briton; died September 26 [1872], of phthisis. [1]

Daniel James Ryan, aged 33, labourer, native of Ireland; arrived in 1862, by the Maryborough; died August 28 [1875], of valvular disease of the heart. [37]

Kate Ryan, aged 25, domestic, native of Ireland; arrived in 1854, vessel unknown; died March 10 [1875], of rheumatic and enteric fever. [31]

John Salmon, aged 49, labourer, native of Essex; arrived in 1852, by the Eliza; died August 24 [1875], of emphysema. [37]

John Sanderson, aged 48 years, native of Manchester; arrived 1862, in the Morning Star; died November 12 [1877], of phthisis. [60]

Susannah Sandmeister, aged 39, native of Germany; arrived in 1870, by the Merry Monarch; died November 16 [1875], of hydatid of liver. [40]

Robert Scot, gardener, aged 70, native of Scotland; arrived in 1853 by the ship Contest; died December 14 [1872], of dysentery. [4]

John Scott, aged 50, miner, native of Scotland; arrived in 1857, by the Red Jacket; died October 2 [1873], of valvular disease of heart. [13]

Lewis Self, mason, aged 35, native of Wiltshire; arrived in 1856, by the ship Black Eagle; died November 26 [1872], of phthisis. [3]

Thomas Senior, aged 52, native of England; arrived 1853, in the Appropriate; died 29th June [1876], of phthisis. [45]

James Shaw, aged 37, native of Ireland; arrived by the Aaron Stewart, year unknown; died February 25 [1876], of phthisis. [43]

Daniel Shay, aged 40, fitter, native of America; arrived in 1854, by Ellen Augusta; died 10th March, 1874, of amputation of thigh. [18]

Louisa Sheen, aged 28, native of Hobart Town; arrived in 1863 by the vessel Royal Shepherd; died June 14 [1873], morbus cordis. [9]

Mary Sheridan, aged 33, domestic, native of Manchester; arrived in the colony in 1863 by the ship Robert Small; died October 24, 1872, of morbus cordis. [2]

James Groom Short, aged 70, engineer, native of Suffolk; arrived in 1860, by the Delta; died June 15 [1875], of fatty degeneration of heart. [35]

John Shubert, gardener, aged 54, native of Prussia; arrived in 1847, by the ship Godefrue; died November 27 [1872], of morbus cordis. [3]

William Sizeland, aged 69 years, native of England; arrived 1854, in the Brazil; died October 27 [1877], of tetanus. [59]

Charles Smith, aged 30, labourer, native of Sweden; arrived in 1868, by the C.M. Davis; died October 19 [1875], of meningitis. [39]

James Smith, aged 62, labourer, native of Norfolk; arrived in 1830 by the Warrior; died January 1 [1873], of senility. [5]

John Smith, aged 45 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1856, in the Donald McKay; died March 9 [1877], of general dropsy. [52]

Kate Smith, aged 31, native of Ireland; arrived in 1866, by the ship Donald McKay; died December 25 [1875], of gangrene of lungs. [41]

Mary Smith, aged 33 years, native of Ireland; arrived 1856, in the Omega; died March 1 [1877], of morbus cordis. [52]

Robert Dunning Spinks, aged 18, store labourer, native of Sunderland; arrived in 1857 by the Windermere; died May 24 [1874], of enteric fever. [21]

Alexander Sprauve, aged 42 years, native of Scotland; arrived 1855, in the Katherine; died January 3 [1877], of pleuro pneumonia. [50]

Johanna Stanhope, aged 53 years, native of Essex; arrived 1870 in the Stonehouse; died September 25 [1877], of cancer of rectum. [58]

Lawrence Stanley, labourer, aged 45, native of Ireland; arrived in 1850 by the vessel The Blame; died May 27 [1873], of carcinoma. [9]

Thomas Stanley, aged 64, labourer, native of Birmingham; arrived in 1833, by the Royal Admiral; died July 5 [1875], of cancer mouth. [35]

Margaret Stewart, aged 37 years, native of England; arrived 1869, in the Southern Ocean; died November 21 [1877], of morbus cordis. [60]

Robert Stocksberry, aged 26 years, native of Belfast, Ireland; arrived 1863, in the Donald McKay, died 31st July [1876], of pleurisy. [46]

Sarah L. Stone, aged 39, native of Ireland; arrived in 1853 by vessel unknown; died June 6 [1873], of cerebral disease. [9]

John Streeton, aged 46 years, native of London; arrived 1853, in the Oxona; died September 21 [1877], of cancer of stomach. [58]

David Abbott Stuart, aged 24, miner, native of Ireland; arrived in 1867 by the Electric; died 21st June [1874], of enteric fever. [22]

John Swanson, aged 44 years, native of Hampshire; arrived 1853, in the Thomas Hanlin; died January 8 [1877], of elephantiasis. [50]

Mary Sweeney, aged 35 years, native of Ireland; arrived in 1858, in Star of the South; died June 8 [1876], of phthisis. [44]

James Taylor, 53 years; died March 13 [1873], of carcinoma (no other particulars known). [7]

Mary Emily Taylor, aged 22, native of London; arrived in 1855, by the James Baines; died July 8 [1875], of phthisis. [35]

Edward Wheton Toby, aged 60, mariner, native of Devonshire; arrived in 1845 by the Thomas Lowrey; died May 12 [1875], of gangrene of legs. [33]

Garrett Tosch, aged 33 years, native of Holland; arrived 1864, in Dutch vessel; died January 11 [1877], of morbus cordis. [50]

David Tunbridge, aged 47, upholsterer, native of Kent; arrived in 1852, by the Holyrood; died May 17 [1875], of phthisis. [34]

Margaret Urquhart, domestic, aged 27, native of Scotland; arrived in 1865 by the Morning Light; died April 22 [1873], of pneumonia. [8]

Edward Vaughan, aged 25 years, native of England; arrived 1877, in the Hampshire; died May 12 [1877], of typhoid fever. [54]

James Walker, aged 52, labourer, native of Ireland; arrived in 1864, by the Marco Polo; died 1st September, 1874, of ulceration of stomach. [24]

Rachel Walker, aged 36, native of Dublin; arrived in 1854 by the Appleton; died January 1 [1873], of cirrhosis. [5]

Thomas Walsh, aged 32, storeman, native of Ireland; arrived in 1864, by the Vanguard; died September 22 [1875], of phthisis. [38]

Frederick William Want, aged 19, clerk, native of Middlesex; arrived in 1874, by the Sobraon; died April 11 [1875], of peritonitis. [32]

Bernard Ward, aged 46 years, native of London; arrived 1853, in the Venus; died November 1 [1877], of morbus cordis. [60]

Henry Wards, aged 40 years, native of England; arrived in 1851, in the Mary Green; died June 6 [1876], of phthisis. [44]

William Warne, aged 56 years, native of Somerset; arrived 1852, in the McDonald; died July 24 [1877], of cancer and cystitis. [56]

Ann Warren, aged 80 years, native of England; arrived 1851, in the Thames; died September 14 [1876], of alcoholism. [48]

Thomas William Watkiss, aged 21, medical student, native of Shropshire; arrived in 1875, by the Newcastle; died May 31 [1875], of phthisis. [34]

William Webb, aged 42 years, native of England; arrived 1877, in the Lord Warden; died June 13 [1877], of phthisis. [55]

William Charles Weeks, aged 54, native of London; arrived in 1854, by the Bonaventure; died March 21 [1875], of hypertrophy of heart. [31]

Charles Wener, aged 47, native of France; arrived 1853, in the Lion; died 24th June [1876], of asthma. [45]

Albert Wessarmin, aged 32, sailor, native of Holland; arrived in 1875, vessel unknown; died March 5 [1875], of broncho-pneumonia. [31]

Amos West, aged 38, gardener, native of Buckinghamshire; arrived in 1852, by the Blue Jacket; died 12th May, 1874, of erysipelas. [20]

Ellen White, aged 40, domestic, native of Scotland; arrived in the colony in 1854 by the ship Annie Maria, died October 19, 1872, of enteric fever. [2]

William Whitfield, 39 years, ironmoulder; arrived in the colonies in 1858 by the vessel Tasmania; died March 17 [1873], of morbus cordis. [7]

Robert Whitten, aged 46, native of Ireland; arrived in 1852 by the Harry Lorrequer; died January 28 [1873], of carcinoma. [6]

Charles Wicks, aged 54, labourer, native of Surrey; arrived in 1857, vessel unknown; died 1st July [1874], of chronic bronchitis. [22]

James Williams, aged 59, plasterer, native of Herefordshire; arrived in 1855, by the Lady Jocelyn; died April 15 [1875], of alcoholic poisoning. [32]

Joseph Williams, labourer, aged 50, native of London; arrived in 1853 by the Queen of Netherlands; died April 29 [1873], of hepatitis. [8]

Mary Ann Williams, aged 65, domestic, native of Devonshire; arrived in 1855, vessel unknown; died October 7 [1875], of apoplexy. [39]

John Williamson, aged 38, miner, native of Norway; arrived in 1851, by the Southampton; died April 24 [1875], of valvular disease of heart. [33]

Robert Williamson, aged 46, sailor, native of Shetland Islands; arrived in 1853, by the Tasmania; died 8th March, 1874, of cancer of stomach. [18]

Ann Wilmot, aged 44, nurse, native of Yorkshire; arrived in 1868 by the Liverpool; died December 8 [1874], of phthisis. [28]

James Wilson, aged 33, storeman, native of North America; arrived in 1861 by the Trevillian; died August 31 [1873], of paraplegia. [12]

Joseph Wilson, aged 30, clerk, native of Ireland; arrived in 1867 by the Portland; died 6th March, 1874, of tracheotomy. [18]

Thomas Wilson, aged 19, labourer, native of Northumberland; arrived in 1871 by the Clanranald; died December 15 [1873], of phthisis. [16]

William Wilson, labourer, aged 42, native of Liverpool; arrived in 1852 by the Mangerton; died August 30 [1872], of phthisis. [1]

Henrietta Winter, aged 32 years, native of Tasmania; arrived 1866, ship unknown; died November 21 [1876], of hydatid on liver and lung. [49]

Henry Wise, aged 40, engine-smith, native of Bristol; arrived in 1872, by the Great Britain; died April 3 [1875], of phthisis. [32]

Mary Wise, aged 19 years, born in New Zealand; died June 3 [1876], of phthisis. [44]

Charles Woller, aged 40, labourer, native of Prussia; arrived in 1852, vessel unknown; died August 28 [1873], of phthisis. [12]

Ellen Wood, aged 55 years, native of Scotland; died October 31 [1877], of nephria. [60]

Margaret Wood, aged 51, native of Scotland; arrived in 1858, by the Black Eagle; died February 8 [1875], of Bright's disease. [30]

Robert Woolf, aged 23 years, native of America; arrived 1873, in the Fleetwing; died January 15 [1877], of typhoid fever. [50]

George Wright, aged 23, native of England; arrived in 1869, by the ship Glenmore; died December 14 [1875], of scarlatina. [41]

Margaret Wright, aged 38 years, native of Ireland; arrived in 1857 by the ship Early Morning; died December 27 [1872], of peritonitis. [4]

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SECTION 2: DEATHS AT THE MELBOURNE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM.

George Frederick Agnew, aged 47 years, native of Manchester; died of phthisis pulmonalis. [45]

John Akehurst, aged 48 years, native of Sussex; died July 12 [1877], of typhoid fever. [56]

William Allott, aged 60 years, native of Yorkshire; died June 8 [1877], of atrophy. [55]

Isabella Anderson, aged 79 years, native of Orkney; died June 8 [1877], of gall stones. [54]

Jane Archdeacon, aged 69 years, native of Dublin; died March 13 [1877], of hepatitis. [52]

John Barry, aged 76 years, native of Limerick; died April 1 [1877], of rheumatism and paralysis. [53]

John Baxter, aged 74 years, native of Glasgow; died of old age and gradual decay. [45]

Joseph Beddis, aged 73 years, native of West Indies; died February 20 [1877], of old age. [52]

Elizabeth Bonas, aged 78 years, native of Limerick; died December 12 [1877], of old age. [61]

Daniel Boyd, aged 90 years, native of Glasgow; died August 18 [1876], of old age. [47]

James Boyd, aged 86, native of Armagh, Ireland, died July 26 [1876], of old age. [46]

Mary Bradon, aged 86 years, native of Louth; died October 23 [1877], of old age. [59]

Rebecca Burke, aged 76 years, native of Essex; died 19th July [1876], of scirrhus liver. [46]

Thomas Butler, aged 61 years, native of Clare; died October 24 [1877], of serous apoplexy. [59]

Dominic Byrne, aged 77, native of Mayo, Ireland; died December 25 [1875], of old age. [41]

Jeremiah Callaghan, aged 77 years, native of Cork; died April 9 [1877], of paralysis agitans. [53]

Thomas Chesterfield, aged 79 years, native of Lincolnshire; died February 20 [1877], of paralysis. [52]

William Chinn, aged 72 years, native of Warwickshire; died April 12 [1877], of valvular disease of heart. [53]

George Coates, aged 65 years, native of Somersetshire, England; died January 4 [1877], of general paralysis. [50]

Bridget Coffey, aged 86 years, native of Ballinasloe; died October 9 [1877], of old age. [59]

Hannah Condy, aged 74 years, native of Wiltshire; died July 16 [1877], of bronchitis. [56]

John Coridon, aged 51 years, native of Amsterdam; died July 12 [1877], of valvular disease of the heart. [56]

George Cox, aged 75 years, native of London; died September 16 [1876], of old age (imbecile). [48]

Joseph Thomas Crooke, aged 75 years, native of London; died February 25 [1877], of paralysis and dysentery. [52]

Cornelius Curtis, aged 71 years, native of Cork; died January 18 [1877], of dementia and exhaustion. [50]

William Davidson, aged 44 years, native of Monaghan, Ireland; died November 24 [1877], of rheumatism. [60]

Robert Dawson, aged 77 years, native of Lincolnshire; died October 12 [1877], of old age. [59]

John Dickenson, aged 74, native of Gloucester, England; died December 24 [1875], of hoemotemesis. [41]

Benjamin Downing, aged 63 years, native of London; died February 16 [1877], of paralysis. [51]

John Drinkmilk, aged 63 years, native of Suffolk; died December 1 [1877], of paralysis. [61]

Jane Duncan, aged 67 years, native of Edinburgh; died October 3 [1877], of enteritis. [59]

John Eldridge, aged 78 years, native of Oxfordshire; died December 13 [1877], of valvular disease of the heart. [61]

Christopher Evans, aged 66 years, native of London; died August 4 [1877], of valvular disease of the heart. [57]

Thomas Fisher, aged 71 years, native of London; died of old age and decay. [45]

James Foggan, aged 64 years, native of Staffordshire; died August 28 [1877], of paralysis. [57]

Bridget Gallagher, aged 31 years, native of Manchester; died June 18 [1877], of phthisis. [55]

William Gideons, aged 79 years, native of Holywell, England; died 1st August [1876], of fatty degeneration of heart. [46]

Mary Ann Gosling, aged 57 years, native of Birmingham; died July 23 [1877], of laryngitis. [56]

William Greenhouse, aged 53 years, native of Manchester; died June 4 [1877], of dysentery. [55]

Mary Groom, aged 56 years, native of Enniskillen, Ireland; died July 13 [1876], of bronchitis. [46]

John Hall, aged 71 years, native of Dublin; died July 18 [1877], of asthma. [56]

John Hamilton, aged 79 years, native of Donegal, Ireland; died August 9 [1876], of bronchitis. [47]

William Harley, aged 83 years, native of Cambridgeshire; died September 25 [1876], of old age. [48]

Anna Harvey, aged 86 years, native of Kent; died October 13 [1877], of old age. [59]

Louisa Hassell, aged 73 years, native of London; died 17th July [1876], of apoplexy. [46]

John Hazel, aged 79 years, native of Warwick; died January 16 [1877], of old age. [50]

Helen Henderson, aged 76 years, native of Dorchester, England; died August 28 [1876], of enteritis. [47]

Thomas Hewlitt, aged 75 years, native of Oxfordshire; died March 4 [1877], of gastritis. [52]

John Watts Hill, aged 79 years, native of London; died October 22 [1876], of paralysis and old age. [62]

Thomas Hill, aged 75 years, native of Hertfordshire; died July 22 [1877], of old age. [56]

William Hill, aged 50 years, native of London; died November 17 [1877], of valvular disease of heart. [60]

Benjamin Hinchcliffe, aged 62 years, native of Yorkshire; died January 4 [1877], of diarrhoea. [50]

Henry Asken Hodgson, aged 84 years; native of Essex; died 4th August [1876], of old age and paralysis. [46]

John Howard, aged 46 years, native of Plymouth; died October 19 [1877], of phthisis. [59]

Agnes Huntingdon, aged 81 years, native of Lancashire; died October 25 [1877], of old age. [59]

Emma Jaques, aged 50 years, native of Birmingham; died November 11 [1876], of asthma and bronchitis. [49]

William Johnson, aged 77 years, native of Durham; died January 1 [1877], of apoplexy. [50]

Ellen Jones, aged 43 years; native of Cork; died 24th July [1876], of chest disease. [46]

William Langley, aged 62 years, native of Wiltshire; died September 15 [1876], of old age (imbecile). [48]

Louis Dunbar Leal, aged 70 years, native of Scotland; died January 14 [1877], of paralysis and dementia. [50]

Daniel Levy, aged 54 years, native of London; died March 14 [1877], of cystitis. [52]

Timothy Lordon, aged 75 years; native of Cork; died 21st July [1876], of old age. [46]

Ellen Mackay, aged 74 years, native of Kilkenny; died April 8 [1877], of spasmodic asthma. [53]

Ellen Macord, aged 67 years, native of Westmoreland; died August 17 [1877], of serous apoplexy. [57]

Richard Marston, aged 78 years, native of Hereford; died March 10 [1877], of old age. [52]

Thomas McClure, aged 51 years, native of Mullingar, Ireland; died December 30 [1876], of paralysis. [50]

Alexander McDermid, aged 76 years; native of Lanarkshire, Scotland; died 27th July [1876], of old age. [46]

John McDonald, aged 75, native of Perth, Scotland; died December 16 [1875], of old age. [41]

John McDonnell, aged 85 years, native of Queen's County; died January 4 [1877], of old age. [50]

Patrick McDonough, aged 63 years, native of Longford, Ireland; died October 6 [1876], of phthisis. [62]

Ann McGregor, aged 80 years, native of Dublin; died September 26 [1876], of old age (serous apoplexy). [48]

Eliza McNally, aged 41 years, native of Carlow, Ireland; died December 25 [1876], of paralysis. [50]

Robert Drysdale McPherson, aged 83 years, native of Edinburgh; died September 3 [1876], of asthma and bronchitis. [48]

Jane Miller, aged 68 years, native of Paisley; died January 11 [1877], of disease of the liver. [50]

Timothy Mooney, aged 33 years, native of Ireland; died December 24 [1876], of phthisis. [50]

James Morgan, aged 68 years, native of Cork; died November 3 [1876], of bronchitis. [49]

James Moss, aged 80 years, native of Reading, England; died October 24 [1876], of sanguineous apoplexy. [62]

Charles Muller, aged 48 years, native of Germany; died August 30 [1877], of paralysis. [57]

Elias Nelson, aged 71 years, native of Schultze, Poland; died November 29 [1877], of disease of arm. [61]

Joseph Nixon, aged 84 years, native of Cumberland; died April 1 [1877], of phthisis pulmonalis. [53]

Patrick O'Brien, aged 87 years, native of Limerick; died July 19 [1877], of old age. [56]

Thomas Ockendon, aged 60 years, native of Brighton; died November 18 [1877], of inflammation of lungs. [60]

Matthew O'Halloran, aged 64 years, native of Limerick; died December 23 [1876], of choleraic diarrhoea. [50]

Abel Pearse, aged 58 years, native of Truro; died August 13 [1877], of paralysis. [57]

Charles Robert Penzig, aged 48 years, native of Altenberg, Saxony; died June 23 [1877], of phthisis. [55]

Henry Phillips, aged 82, native of Herefordshire, England; died December 5 [1875], of old age. [41]

Sophia Price, aged 76 years, native of Worcestershire; died May 25 [1877], of peritonitis. [54]

Dennis Quinlan, aged 82 years, native of King's County, Ireland; died October 16 [1876], of old age and debility. [62]

John Rapson, aged 80, native of Wiltshire, England; died February 9 [1877], of old age, gangrene. [51]

James Ray, aged 71 years, native of Tyrone, Ireland; died September 3 [1876], of old age. [48]

James Reidy, aged 62 years, native of Dublin; died July 22 [1877], of bronchitis. [56]

Mary Roche, aged 83 years, native of Tipperary; died April 7 [1877], of old age. [53]

George Rogers, aged 72 years, native of London; died April 1 [1877], of dysentery. [53]

Frances Russell, aged 67 years, native of Clackmannan, Scotland; died September 21 [1876], of valvular disease of the heart. [48]

Patrick Russell, aged 51 years, native of Cork; died November 22 [1876], of pneumonia. [49]

Andrew Ryan, aged 68 years, native of Tipperary; died November 21 [1876], of diarrhoea. [49]

Henry Schofield, aged 74 years, native of Dublin; died November 5 [1877], of asthma. [60]

James Silvester, aged 70 years, native of Staffordshire; died July 25 [1877], of atrophy. [56]

Sarah Spooner, aged 67 years, native of Ireland; died August 13 [1876], of gradual decay. [47]

Margaret Caroline Stafford, aged 71 years, native of Prudence Island, North America; died August 26 [1876], of paralysis and exhaustion. [47]

Eliza Stally, aged 74 years; native of London; died 20th July [1876], of strangulated hernia. [46]

Samuel Sterne, aged 88 years, native of Wexford; died November 6 [1877], of old age. [60]

Elizabeth Stewart, aged 86 years, native of Inverness; died June 7 [1877], of old age. [54]

Ann Thomas, aged 85 years; native of Somersetshire; died 2nd August [1876], of old age. [46]

William Thomas, aged 82 years, native of Sevenoaks, England; died November 14 [1876], of old age. [49]

Joyce Tregarths, aged 82 years, native of Cornwall; died September 10 [1877], of old age. [58]

Daniel Valentine, aged 84 years, native of Northamptonshire; died November 1 [1877], of old age. [60]

Elizabeth Wallor, aged 70 years, native of London; died September 7 [1876], of pneumonia. [48]

Sarah Walsh, aged 56 years, native of Liverpool; died July 6 [1877], of bronchitis. [56]

Thomas Wates, aged 68 years, native of Kent; died May 23 [1877], of paralysis. [54]

James Watson, aged 61 years, native of Berwick; died July 8 [1877], of paralysis. [56]

James West, aged 75, native of Gravesend, England; died December 4 [1875], of old age. [41]

John Wilkins, aged 74 years, native of Portsmouth; died January 22 [1877], of bronchitis. [50]

Henry Willis, aged 64, native of Kidderminster, England; died December 23 [1875], of apoplexy. [41]

John Wilson, aged 69 years, native of Sweden; died August 14 [1877], of paralysis. [57]

William Wilson, aged 50 years, native of Banffshire, Scotland; died August 9 [1877], of paralysis. [57]

William Winter, aged 68 years, native of Bristol; died December 18 [1877], of heart disease. [61]

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REFERENCES

[1] The ARGUS Supplement, Thursday, October 10, 1872.

[2] The ARGUS Supplement, Thursday, November 7, 1872.

[3] The ARGUS Supplement, Thursday, December 5, 1872.

[4] The ARGUS Supplement, Thursday, January 2, 1873.

[5] The ARGUS Supplement, Thursday, January 30, 1873.

[6] The ARGUS Supplement, Friday, February 28, 1873.

[7] The ARGUS Supplement, Thursday, March 27, 1873.

[8] The ARGUS Supplement, Tuesday, May 20, 1873.

[9] The ARGUS Supplement, Tuesday, June 17, 1873.

[10] The ARGUS Supplement, Tuesday, July 15, 1873.

[11] The ARGUS Supplement, Tuesday, August 12, 1873.

[12] The ARGUS Supplement, Tuesday, September 9, 1873.

[13] The ARGUS Supplement, Thursday, October 9, 1873.

[14] The ARGUS Supplement, Wednesday, November 5, 1873.

[15] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Thursday, December 4, 1873.

[16] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, December 31, 1873.

[17] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, January 28, 1874.

[18] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, March 25, 1874.

[19] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, April 20, 1874.

[20] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, May 18, 1874.

[21] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, June 15, 1874.

[22] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, July 13, 1874.

[23] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, August 10, 1874.

[24] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, September 7, 1874.

[25] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, October 7, 1874.

[26] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, November 4, 1874.

[27] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, December 2, 1874.

[28] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, December 30, 1874.

[29] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, January 27, 1875.

[30] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, February 24, 1875.

[31] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, March 24, 1875.

[32] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, April 19, 1875.

[33] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, May 17, 1875.

[34] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, June 14, 1875.

[35] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, July 12, 1875.

[36] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, August 9, 1875.

[37] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, September 6, 1875.

[38] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, October 6, 1875.

[39] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, November 3, 1875.

[40] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, December 1, 1875.

[41] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, December 29, 1875.

[42] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, January 26, 1876.

[43] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, March 22, 1876.

[44] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, June 12, 1876.

[45] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, July 10, 1876.

[46] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, August 7, 1876.

[47] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, September 4, 1876.

[48] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, October 4, 1876.

[49] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, November 29, 1876.

[50] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, January 29, 1877.

[51] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, February 21, 1877.

[52] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, March 21, 1877.

[53] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, April 16, 1877.

[54] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, June 11, 1877.

[55] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, July 9, 1877.

[56] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, August 6, 1877.

[57] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Monday, September 3, 1877.

[58] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, October 3, 1877.

[59] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, October 31, 1877.

[60] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, November 28, 1877.

[61] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Thursday, December 27, 1877.

[62] The ARGUS Summary for Europe, Wednesday, November 1, 1876.


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