Lyttelton Times 14 July 1864
COUNTESS OF SEAFIELD CARGO MANIFEST
CARGO MANIFEST FROM THE COUNTESS OF SEAFIELD.
On arrival at Lyttelton from England and Hobart - 25 Aug 1864.

Dalgety, and Co., agents: 2 cases, Helmore; 2 doz, Clarkson; 10 cart wheels, 6 axles, 6 cases, Milne; 4 pkgs doors, 1 doz mouldings, W. Wood; 1 case, Wells; 5 puncheons seeds, Boag; 141 bar iron, H. Kite; 26 coils wire rope, 109 bdls standards, 24 pillars, 24 stays, 2 boxes tools, R. J. S. Harman; 2 cases sowing machines, R. D'Oyly; 26 bales paper, Ward and Reeves; 1 hhd, 7 qr-casks, 50 boxes, Order; 53 pkg hardware, 900 flooring boards, Aikman Knight and Co.; 1 crate, Silk, 1 case, 1 safe, Lee; 50 hhds ale, 2 pkgs bungs and tools, J. Shangman; 11 ditto, S. Johnstone; 10 cases, E. J. Pilbrow; 2 cases, 2 machines, 1 case, 30 kegs nails, 2 cases, E. Reece and Co.; 5 cases hardware, Order; 20 drums, Hargreaves and Co.; 10 pockets hops, R. and F. Rickman; 9 cases, E. and J. Pilbrow; 57 casks bottled ale, 50 doz bottled beer, 50 casks, 10 pkgs, Heywood and Co.; 75 cases old tom, 3 qr-casks doz, 2 qr-casks sherry, Order; 1 box saddlery, 10 pkgs, 50 hhds ale, 100 cases porter, 20 doz cider, 60 cases starch and blue, 25 doz blacking, 71 kegs, 5 cases chocolate, 500 cases soap powder, 20 cases orange bitters, 50 cases stout, 25 barrels rice, 6 cases gelatine, 5 kegs carraways, 10 chests sago, 20 bdls raisins, 20 barrels currants, 20 cases doz, 63 doz oilman's stores, 4 hhds leaf tobacco, 2 half tierees doz, 5 cases chocolate, 40 cases preserved fish, 12 doz cheese, 203 bdls standards, 143 bdls wire, 20 bags, 10 cases pale ale, 40 doz brown stout, 6 cases, 16 casks, 3674 railway chairs, 545 rails, 4 standards, 2 laveers, 2 beams, 2 plates, 4 frames, 2 cases, 100 cases old tom, 30 cases whisky, 50 cases pale brandy, 15 cases sherry wine, 5 cases orange bitters, 5 cases stomach bitters, Dalgety and Co; 5 kegs nails, J. D. Macpherson; 28 bdls iron sheets, 38 bdls timber, 1 box glass, 1 case putty, casks screws, 3 cases groats, Slack; 1 case, Miles and Co; 29 cases, 32 clocks, 9 casks, 2 octaves, 13 cases, A. A. Creyke, 4 cases, Order; 144 bdls standards wire, D. Middleton; 3 cases E. M. Millar; 1 case, Order; 2 cases, Burnell, Bennett and Co; 17 cases trees, W. Wilson; 4 hhds ale, Smith Howard and Co; 1 case Hitchins; 1 case, Pilbrow; 5 cases, 5 bales, C. Bonnington; 1 case, Steward; 1 pkge, E. David; 1 case, J. Taylor; 13 pkgs, 189 bdls fencing, 120 bdls wire, W. Slater; 1 pkge, Maling; 28 drums; 112 casks, 7 octaves, DeBourbel; 19 cases, Order; 4 hhds wire, Order; 7 casks ironmongery, Kernode and Co; 2 cases reaping machines, 1 parcel shafts, E. Symonds; 1 keg, E. Graham; 2 cases, F. Strouts; 1 case, R. W. Morton; 6 bales, Order; 50 casks bottled beer, J. M. Heywood; 5 bales, 6 cases, 1 cask, G. Tayler; 1 bale, 10 casks, 2 cases, J. C. Angus; 2 casks, 3 packages, King; 1 octave, Batt; 1 box, Gavin; 1 box, Hay, 8 pockets hops, 1 bale corks, J. H. Ward; 6 cases, Order; 1 case, Wilson; 1 package, Webster; 6 boxes, W. Walker; 4 wheels, 2 cart bodies, 2 pkgs shafts, 1 case, D. Hight; 1 case, Lee; 3 cases, Pilbrow; 15 pkgs, Gavin; 1 case, Rev. Buller; 82 casks, Bishop; 1 pkg, Hay; 6 boxes, 1 cask, J. Caygill; 1 case, Styche; 11 cases, 5 casks, Neeve; 15 cases, Stack; 10 bales, J. E. Fitzgerald; 13 bales, 30 cases, 4 trunks, 1 pkg, G. Gould; 4 qr-casks, 8 octaves, DeBourbel; 12 cases, 6 pkgs, 1 boiler, 5 casks, 1 box, 176 bdls standards, 198 doz wire, Hon. J. Hall; 10 cases, E. C. M'Millan; 22 trunks, Order; 2 hhds, 1 tierce, 2 barrels, Order; 80 bdls wire, 5 kegs, 1 box nails, 3 cases, Gould and Miles; 2 cases, Order; 10 chests tea, 10 qr-casks, 4 cases, 42 tierces, 2 cases floorcloth, DeBourbel; 100 cases old tom, 25 cases whisky, 82 casks sherry, Dann and Bishop; 3 cases, C. E. Dampier; 33 cases, McMilne; 9 case, E. W. Trent; 50 casks, Heywood; 43 casks nail, 1 doz irons, 1 case, Order; 7 cases, 10 boxs candles, Order; 13 cases 3 casks, 4 barrels, 13 bdls, G. Booth; 2 cases, 1 pkg, 2 hhds, Walker Bros; 4 hhds, 5 cases, Trent; 40 bdls 41 pkgs, 2 bales, 15 chests, 30 cases, 107 boxes, 2 bags, 18 kegs, 14 barrels, 3 casks, 1 case samples, J. White and Co; 17 cases, 11 casks, 24 drums, 1 half-chest, 3 bales, Order; 1 case, Ganssen; 3 pkgs, 3 bales, Order; 12 cases, McMillan; 1 case, R. Howson.


Transcribed from
THE LYTTELTON TIMES dated 14 July 1864
Canterbury Public Library micro-film by Gary Danvers June 1989

Some of the perishable cargo may have been loaded at Hobart.
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