Arrival From Calcutta, India
|Adelaide, 1886 in Australia 200 years, 1988|
Departure For Port Phillip
Arrival from Calcutta via Adelaide & Port Phillip
SYDNEY,NEW SOUTH WALES,AUSTRALIA 12 March 1949
The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 15 March 1849, page 4 Courtesy Trove, National Library of Australia
John Macfarlane of Henderson & Macfarlane new owner of Brig Fanny
Departure For Auckland, New Zealand
DEPARTURES April 14 Fanny Brig, 170 tons, Captain Leathart , for Auckland and California; Passengers for Auckland – Lieutenant Curtis, Captain Tucker, Mrs Harvey and son, R.M. Henney, Mr. And Mrs Cronan, Mr. W Harding, Mr. Yates, Mr. And Mrs J Ryan, Mr. Cudlip, Mr. and Mrs Grant, Mr. H Preston, Mr. Steadman, four soldiers and two deserters. For California - Mr. McFarlane, Captain and Mrs. Thompson, Mr. Cameron, Mr. J Mulholland, Mr. S Jones, Mr. Thorton and son, Messrs J Johnson, J Pinder, S Turner, T Reynolds, W. F. Dunn and H Keidel.
EXPORTS April 11 Fanny Brig, 170 tons, Captain Leathart , for Auckland and California; 1 cask and 3 hogsheads colonial rum, 12 hogsheads colonial gin, 10 hogsheads Bengal rum, 20,000 bricks, 15 bags flour, 10 tierces beef, 4 casks loaf sugar, 4 bundles iron bedsteads, 20 tons coals, 1 quarter. cask port wine, 1 case stationery, 12 boxes glass, Sheppard and Alger: 25 cases brandy, D.N. Joubert; 150 bags flour, 3 cases curry powder, 2 cases sago, 1 case chetney, J Buchanan; 3 cases drapery, Ray and Glaister; 1 case stationery, N Giffard: 3 tierces salmon, George Thorne and Co.: 9 cases oilman’s stores; 2 bags oatmeal, 1 bag seed. 1 bag pepper. 1 case paper. 1 bag spice, 1 cask hardware, 10 bags rice, 64 cheeses. G Codlin: 6 cases Geneva. 14 coils rope, 18 coils whaleline, 12 ash oars,1 bag coffee, 5 tierces beef, 6 bags flour, 10 bags biscuit, 1 bale canvas, 1 half-chest tea, 1 packet rivets, 1 package leather, 1 cask blocks, F Mitchell and Co.: 4 casks Port wine, 9 cases cigars, E.H. Pollard: 3 cases drapery, C Newton and Brother, 15 boxes candles , F Donaghy; 1 case drapery, W Henderson; 1case drapery, G Chisholm; 4 casks colours, 6 boxes tin plates, 12 cases, 41 casks and 45 packages hardware, 1 bale twine, 18 bundles spades, 36 grindstones, 12 plough beams, 12 plough moulds, 12 plough frames, 3 bundles barrow wheels, J.S. Willis; 1 gig, 14 casks beef, 8 horses, 80 sheep, W Preston.
|Auckland Waterfront 1852 Photo in The Cyclopaedia of New Zealand, Vol 2, Auckland Province. Christchurch: Cyclopaedia Company Limited, 1902.|
Freight or Passage for San Francisco, America at Auckland
|Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 New Zealander, 21 April 1849, Page 2 Courtesy Papers Past, National Library New Zealand|
AUCKLAND,NEW ZEALAND 2 May 1849
|Auckland Harbour- in The New Zealand Insurance Company Limited. Bold Century. Auckland: The New Zealand Insurance Company Limited, 1959.|
Departure for San Francisco, America
Arrival San Francisco, America
Departed Honolulu, Sandwich Islands ( Hawaii )
Arrived Auckland, New Zealand
|Auckland Harbour From Symonds Street Garran, Andrew, Ed. Australasia Illustrated, Picturesque Atlas Publishing Company Limited, 1892|
Auction of Entire Cargo & the Brig Fanny
THE FIRST-CLASS BRIG, "FANNY." HART & SON have received instructions to offer for Sale by Private Contract, the splendid first class Brig, "Fanny," burthen 171 tons, now lying at anchor in this Port. The vessel is well found — is ready for sea — has proved herself a first-rate sea boat — stows a large cargo — has superior accommodations for passengers, and is admirably adapted for the trade between this Port and California. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers.
Joel Samuel Polack New Owner of Brig Fanny
|Polack, Joel Samuel, PUBL-0064-2-TP Wood engraving, 72 x 92 mm Courtesy Alexander Turnbull Library, New Zealand 1807-1882 Parramatta, Kororarika Bay, the residence and property of Mr Polack, Bay of Islands.http://mp.natlib.govt.nz/detail/?id=26983|
Wanted For Repairs
Freight or Passage for San Francisco December 1849
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Daily Southern Cross, 14 December 1849, P 1
Auckland for San Francisco, America 21 January 1850
Return to Coromandel , New Zealand for Repairs January 1850
|Coromandel Harbour photo in 1970s by J M Stewart|
Court Case in Auckland 7 March 1849
Brig Fanny at Honolulu May 1850 - Cargo for Sale, Change of Owner
ARRIVALS. May 7— British brig Fanny, Twohey, 171 tons, 81' days from Auckland, via Tahiti.
Honolulu capital of Sandwich Islands ( Hawaii ) In Illustrated Sydney News ,Saturday 15 September 1866, page 12
Courtesy Newspapers, Trove, National Library Australia
Departure from Honolulu for Auckland 11 June 1850
|Drawing of a ship in a Storm In The New Zealand Insurance Company Limited. Bold Century|
The New Zealand Insurance Company Limited 1959
Shipwreck of the Brig Fanny, Fortuna 7 July 1850
- The Cyclopaedia of New Zealand, Vol 2, Auckland Province. Christchurch: Cyclopaedia Company Limited, 1902.
- The New Zealand Insurance Company Limited. Bold Century. Auckland: The New Zealand Insurance Company Limited, 1959.
- Garran, Andrew, Ed. Australasia Illustrated, Picturesque Atlas Publishing Company Limited, 1892
- The Shipping gazette and Sydney general trade list
- The Maritime Heritage Project
- Newspapers - South Australia Register, Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney Illustrated Trove, National Library Australia
- Newspapers - Daily Southern Cross, New Zealander Papers Past, National Library New Zealand