It looks like they may have arrived on the Ship: NORTHAMPTON arrived 06 06 1874 Lyttelton .. .. .... ... ... ... ... 1161 ... Barclay 230
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Star , Issue 1959, 16 June 1874, Page 2
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Immigrants per Ship Northampton.— The general state of the health of the immigrants is satisfactory. The following is a list of cases in hospital —Miss J. Mears, 26 years, doing well Edward Jeffrey, 40 years, convalescent; Emma Everitt, 5 years, doing well Lilly Everitt, 2 years, doinij well Mrs E. Laity, 18 years, doing well Walter Gaiger, 27 years, doing well James Atkins, 26 years, doing well Miss E. Rudd, 18 years, doing well Mrs Emma Gowen, 25 years, doing well E. Brewer, 27 years, doiDg well; E. Atkins, 23 years, prog-essing favorably M. A. Symmonds, 22 years, doing well; Baldwin, 30 years, doing well B. J. Harvey, 1 year, doing well. One death is reported, that of James Berry, on June 13tb, of colliguative diarrhoea.
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