ARRIVAL OF THE FORFARSHIRE.
The following is a list of the immigrants per ship Forfarshire, which arrived on Saturday :— Married Couples. — Thomas, copper miner, Mary, Robert, John, and Mary Abraham ; John,
ordinary labourer, Matilda, James W., and Elizabeth Adams ; Alfred, agricultural labourer, Mary, Fredk. C, William, Frank A., Rose J., and Alice Allen ; Charles, agricultural labourer, and Jane Allen ; Henry, barber, Sophia, Frank, and Henry Anders; Edward F., plasterer, Jane, and Jane Bailey; Robert, bricklayer, Selina, Flora J., Wm. G., and Mary Bell ; William, agricultural labourer, Eliza, Harry, Samuel, and Joseph Boscombe; Charles, railway labourer, Ann E., Charles, George, Ellen, and Albert Brown; William, agricultural labourer, and Elizabeth Bryant ; John, blacksmith, Jane, and John W. Burke ; Fergus, joiner, Janet, Janet, and Amelia Campbell; William, carpenter, Hannah, and Frances Charlton ; William, car- penter, Mary, William, May W., and Kate M. Chidgey; John T., bricklayer, and Mary Clarke; George, mason, Mary A., William G., and Arthur Cugley ; Albert, mason, and Sarah J. Cugley; Charles J., car- penter, Ellen M., Ellen J., Lydia N., and Margaret A. Darken; John, bootmaker, Jane B., Adelaide, Louisa, Arthur E., and Lucy Pavis; John, bricklayer, and Susan Deacon; John J., bootmaker, Eliza, Ralph, John, and Rose A. Dillon ; Gidean, railway labourer, and Mary Doll ; William, mason, Emma, Richard, and Edward W. Duence ; Wm. J., agricultural labourer, Elizabeth, Walter, Francis, and Louisa Dunnicliffe ; James, agricultural labourer, Eliza- beth, William, James, John, and Edward H. Edgar; Henry, agricultural labourer, Mary, Annie, Helen, and Emma Heim; Henry T., carpenter, Mary, Thomas, Alfred, Louisa, and Edith Hobbs; Patrick, bricklayer's labourer, Bridget, Margaret, William, Patrick, and Thomas Howran ; Richd. C. agricultural labourer, and Ellen Maddern ; William, railway labourer, and Elizabeth Manning; William, carpenter, and Esther Martindale; George. F., carpenter, and Elizabeth Miller; James, farmer, Agnes, John T., Mary T., Sarah J., and Georgina Murray ; John, agricultural labourer, Margaret, Martha, Theresa, and John McCullock; Nichs., agricultural labourer, and Elizabeth Nankervis ; John, agricultural labourer, and Mary Nelson ; John, agricultural labourer; Lavinia, John T., and Richard Nicholas; Richard, copper miner, and Mary Prideaux ; Charles, ordinary labourer, and Jane Richards; George, agricul- tural labourer, and Ellen Rix ; John, agricul- tural labourer, Margaret, and Joseph Rooney ; William, farm labourer, Grace, Jane, and Mary Rowe; Thomas, agricultural labourer, Mary, Stephen, Mary, and Margaret Rowland; Paul, stonemason, Eliza, and Easter Rundell; Samuel, carpenter, Charlotte, and Lilian A. Smith; Nicholas G., builder's labourer, and Annie Smith; Henry, tin and copper miner, Mary, Elizabeth, and Eliza J. Temby ; Martin, agri- cultural labourer, and Mary G. Thomas ; John T., cabinetmaker, and Mary Underwood; Richard, iron miner, Susan, E. Jane, Katherine, and M. A. Victor ; William, agri- cultural labourer, and Elizabeth Wallis ; Robert, agricultural labourer, Annie, and Elizabeth Watt; James T., coachsmith, Elizabeth, and Maud L. Whitehouse ; David, platelayer, Emily, and David White ; William, miner, and Mary Williams ; William, agricultural labourer, Agnes, and Robert Wilson; James, mason, Helen D., James, William, and Jonathan Wil- cocks; William, agricultural labourer, Sophia, Mary A., George W., and Edith A. Wykes; James R., carpenter, Emily E., Florence E., Thos. G., Joseph T., and Adelaide Wood. Single Men. — Ardell, Jonathan, Barrett, Peter, agricultural labourers ; Bennet, William, stonemason ; Beckwith, Joseph, Black, William, carpenters; Boscombe, James, agricultural labourer ; Bramick, Walter, zincworker ; Briant, Benjamin, gardener ; Caddy, James, Caddy, John, tin and copper miners ; Casley, Thos. H., Cameron, Alexr., Cameron, John, Charlton, Alfred, agricultural labourers ; Cheffers, George, stonemason; Crook, Charles, Crawford, John, Crump, Martin, Cumming, James, Davis, Con- stantine, agricultural labourers; Davis, John, wheelwright; Daughty, James, mason; Deane, John, Deane, Barnabas, agricultural labourer; Dempsie, William, railway labourer; Didcote, James, Dolan, John, Eddy, William Henry, Fawkes, John, agricultural labourers ; Ferris, Henry, tanner ; Fitzgerald, James, carpenter's laLourer; Fitzsimmons, Walter; Flint, Francis, carpenter ; Fogarty, John, Fox. James, agricul- tural labourers; Green, Herbert, bricklayer; Griffiths, Walter, farm labourer ; Hagar, George, bricklayer ; Harris, William, Harrison, Fre- derick, Harvey, Richard, Harvey, William, agricultural labourers; Hewlar, James, black- smith; Hunter, James, agricultural labourer; Jenner, Archibald, fitter; Jewell, Robert, mason ; Kingston, James, Knowles, Frank, Lee, William, Lee, Edward, agricultural labourers; Leavy, Thomas, bricklayer's labourer; Lovell, Albert, Macnamara, Francis, Mangan, Edward, Mangan, Patrick, Martin, Sydney, Martin, Rowland, agricultural labourers; Martindale, Robert, carpenter; Mills, Fredk., butcher; Mitchel, Alex., agricultural labourer; Moss, Charles E., carpenter's labourer ; Murie, James, agricultural labourer; Murray, John, black- smith; McCarthy, Charles, McKeown, Francis, Nicholson, John, Northbridge, John, O'Donohoe, Martin, Parsons, James, agricultural labourers ; Parry, James, carpenter ; Pearse, Thomas, blacksmith; Phelan, William, agricultural labourer; Phipps, William, railway labourer; Phillips, George, Phillips, William, tin miners ; Rickles, John W., Rendal, Robert B., bakers ; Ramsay, Henry, joiner; Rooney, Robert, agri- cultural labourer ; Rowe, James, navvy ; Russell, Joseph, agricultural labourer ; Saddler, William, groom; Sampson, William, farmer; Smith, William J., bootmaker; Spillane, John, agri- cultural labourer ; Steel, William, bricklayer ; James, John, Pat, and William Storen, agricul- tural labourers; Taylor, Charles, carpenter; Teague, Joseph, tin and copper miner ; John, W. K., and John Thomas, agricultural labourers; James, William, and Charles Vincent, copper miners; Walsh, William, labourer: Waters, Fred., labourer; Worman, Edward, slater's labourer ; Weller, Alfred G., rough carpenter ; Wilkins, James, agricultural labourer ; Witson, William, joiner. Single Women.— Scotcher, Mrs. Jane, matron ; Ardle, Ann ; Barrett, Bridget, domestic servant ; Bounden, Sophia, housemaid; Bope, Margaret, domestic servant; Bristow, Amelia, cook; Burke, Julia, Charltown, Margaret, Cleankin, Ellen, Cock, Ellen, domestic servants ; Corbin, Bridget, nursemaid ; Custy, Alice, Davy, Mary H., Dillon, Emma. Donovan, Mary, Dudley, Sarah A., Mary J., Elizabeth, Dunnicliffe, Florence, Dwyer, Ann, Edgar, Margaret, Mary J., Marion, domestic servants; Ferris, Mary, nurse; Fitzsimmons, Helen and Helena, do- mestic servants ; Fogarty, Bridget, housemaid : Fox, Hannah, Foxe Catherine, domestic ser- vants; Harnett, Sarah A., cook; Hewson, Harriet, Hicks, Ann, Higginbottom, Alice, Hourigan, Johanna, Hynes, Mary, Jones, Sophia, Kingston, Margaret, Ann, Lawrence, Mary, Lee, Mary, Lenn, Alice, McKerrett, Esther, McNamara, Bridget, Murray, Agnes C., Eliza- beth, Isabella, Nicholas, Elizabeth, Oates, Elizabeth, Mary, Ogilvie, Isabella, O'Brien, Eliza, O'Donohoe, Annie, domestic servants; Palmer, Ann M., cook; Phelan, Eliza, farm girl; Philip, Matilda, widow, Ann, James, Mary E., Quinn, Mary, Redhead, Amelia, Reid, Selina R., Retallank, Emma C, Rowland, Bridget, Ross, Barbara, domestic servants; Rymes, Sarah A., housemaid; Sampson, Catherine, Hannah, Smith, Ann, Sparks, Ada, domestic servants ; Sparkes, Mary A., cook; Temby, Grace, housekeeper; Thomas, Elizabeth, Tregilgas, Laura, Vincent, Elizabeth, Jane, Wattling, Euphemia, Wark, Jane, Christiana, Williams, Emma, Warman, Jane K., Wilson, Ann J., domestic servants. National Classification. — English 299, Scotch 42, Irish 60. Occupations.— Agricultural labourers 82, baker 1, barber 1, blacksmiths 5, bricklayers 4, bootmakers 3, butcher 1, carpenters and joiners 20, cabinetmaker 1, coachsmith 1, copper-miners 10, groom 1, builder's, labourer. 1, bricklayer's labourers 2, carpenter's labourers 2, ordinary labourers 2, railway labourers 5, masons 9/navvy 1, plasterer -1, platelayer 1, slater's labourer 1, wheelwright 1, zincworker 1, tanner 1, cooks 4, domestic servants (general) 69, nurse 1; house keeper 1. ^* 'Berkeley, September, 1869.— Gentlemen —I feel it a duty I owe to you to express my gratitude for the great benefit Ihava derived by taking 'Nor- ton's Camomile Pills.' 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