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Fitch cover per Restless

Sent from Honolulu on July 13, 1854, aboard the schooner Restless, this cover was handled privately throughout by H. T. Fitch of Honolulu and G. B. Post of San Francisco. The mark SCHOONER RESTLESS - AUXSH-SF(SCHOONER "RESTLESS.") - was placed on the cover in Honolulu by H. T. Fitch to designate the name of the vessel that would carry the private letter bag. Restless was one of the vessels owned by the Regular Despatch Line, an enterprise operated by G. B. Post with various Honolulu merchants, including H. T. Fitch. The vessel was under the control of G. B. Post of San Francisco and this cover was carried in the private letter express operated by Post. Ship marks of this type are extremely rare and this particular mark is unique to this cover.

Four categories of ship marks are included in Auxiliary Marks: Inter-island ships; San Francisco packets; contract steamers; and manuscript ship names. Ship marks include marks bearing a ship name and marks identified as being used on vessels either by mail agents or in connection with private handling of mail aboard vessels. Not included are ship names appearing on covers as a part of the address or a return address.

Handstamped Inter-Island Ship Marks

Ship marks in the auxiliary marks category usually include the ship name. However, even without a ship name, the mark can still be an auxiliary ship mark if it was associated with handling mail aboard ships of one of the shipping lines. Davey (Meyer and Harris pages 288) listed six handstamps of the inter-island ships (his types 361-366). Others have been noted since Davey made his list (Davey UL in the following table = unlisted by Davey). Marks used by the Interisland Steam Navigation Company and Wilder's Steamship Company make up this group. Both companies also used private merchant marks, which are listed at Private Sender Marks Private Commercial Firms. Reference indicators for marks used on inter-island ships begin with AUXSH-I-I followed by the vessel name, as in: (BISHOP). Rarity ratings are offered without benefit of a truly reliable census, but based on having seen very few in many years.

Interisland Steam Navigation Company marks:

AUXSH-I-I(BISHOP)
Rarity 1RR
28mm single lined inner and outer circles
vessel name unserifed
purple

Bishop 85 - Apr 4 1200 OFF autocontrast

April 4, 1885

Bishop 85 - Apr 4 1200 OFF contrast cropped

Davey 361

STMR. C. R. BISHOP,/
date/
HAW'N MAIL SERVICE.
Usage: 1883-1887
A 389 ton wooden hull screw steamer built by the Hall Brothers at Port Ludlow, Washington. She arrived at Honolulu on August 29, 1880 and went aground at Nawiliwili, Kauai on January 31, 1894. Named for Charles Reed Bishop, a prominent Honolulu banker and husband of Princess Bernice Pauahi.

AUXSH-I-I(IWALANI)
Rarity 1R
28mm single lined inner and outer circles
vessel name serifed
purple, blue

Iwalani 86 Feb 1 1200 OFF autocontrast

February 1, 1886

Davey 362

STMR. IWALANI,/
date/
HAW'N MAIL SERVICE.
Usage: 1883-1887
A 588 ton wooden hull screw steamer built by Dickie Brothers at San Francisco. She arrived at Honolulu on March 18, 1881 and continued in the interisland trade past 1900.

AUXSH-I-I(MAKEE circle)
Rarity 1RR
28.5mm double lined outer and single lined inner circles (the double outer line usually appears single)
vessel name unserifed
purple

Makee 83 Nov 9 1200 OFF rotated contrast

November 9, 1883

Davey 363

STMR. JAS. MAKEE/
date/
HAW'N MAIL SERVICE.
Usage: 1883-1887
A 301 ton wooden hull screw steamer built by Hall Brothers at Port Ludlow, Washington. She arrived at Honolulu on June 16, 1879 and continued in the interisland trade until past 1900.

AUXSH-I-I(MAKEE straightline)
Rarity 1RRRR
Straightline, italics
purple

75MAKEE (2)

Courtesy of Dennis Jackson

Davey UL

S. S. James Makee
Usage: late 1890's

AUXSH-I-I(MAUNA LOA straightline)
Rarity 1RRRR
Straightline, italics
purple

S. S. Mauna Loa

June 7, 1898

Davey UL

S. S. Mauna Loa
Usage: June 7, 1898
An 851 ton wooden hull screw steamer built in 1896 by Hall Brothers at Port Blakely, Washington. She arrived at Honolulu on December 11, 1896, and was the Inter-Island flagship until 1908.

AUXSH-I-I(PLANTER)
Rarity 1R
28mm double outer circle with no inner circle, two concave lines above date
vessel name serifed
purple, blue

Planter 84 - Jan 4 1200 OFF

January 4, 1883 [sic., should be 1884]

Davey 364

STMR. PLANTER,/
date/
HAWAIIAN MAIL SERVICE.
Usage: 1883-1886
A 427 ton wooden hull vessel built in 1883 by Hall Brothers at Port Ludlow, Washington. She arrived at Honolulu on October 20, 1883 and ran aground on Kii Reef, Niihau on January 27, 1886.
Some marks for this vessel are dated before her arrival in Hawaii, probably the result of a failure to change the year date in January, 1884.

AUXSH-I-I(HALL)
Scarcity 2
30mm single lined inner and outer circles
vessel name serifed
purple

Hsll 86 - Feb 17

February 17, 1886

Davey 365

STMR. W. G. HALL,/
date/
HAWAIIAN MAIL SERVICE.
Usage: 1884-1887
A 505 ton wooden hull screw ship built by Hall Bros. at Port Ludlow, Washington. She arrived at Honolulu on October 27, 1884 and continued in the interisland trade until past 1900.

AUXSH-I-I(MIKAHALA)
Rarity 1RRRR
32mm x 5mm, 1 line, serifed

Noted by Burns; no image available

Davey UL

MIKAHALA
Usage: 1892
A 444 ton wooden hull screw steamer built by Hall Bros. at Port Blakely, Washington. She arrived at Honolulu on January 12, 1887 and continued in the interisland trade until past 1900.


Wilder's Steamship Company

AUXSH-I-I(BECKLEY)
Rarity 1RRRR
large double lined outer and single lined inner ovals
Maltese cross side ornaments
serifed letters
purple

Beckley oval on UX1 - detail

June 6, 1890

Davey UL

GEO. C. BECKLEY/
blank center/
PURSER

Usage:
Beckley was the purser aboard the interisland steamer Kinau. Pursers were required to act as mail agents. A partial strike on Scott No. 38 and the full strike on a UX1, illustrated here, are the only two strikes recorded.

AUXSH-I-I(KILAUEA HOU circle)
Rarity 1RRRR
30mm single lined inner and outer circles
vessel name unserifed
purple

UX1 87 - Oct 9 Kilauea Hou 600 OFF

Oct. 9, 1887

Davey 366

STMR. KILAUEA HOU/
Date
HAWAIIAN MAIL SERVICE
Usage: 1884-1887
An 806 ton wooden hull screw steamer built by Tibbetts and Sorenson at Honolulu in 1878. She continued in the interisland trade until past 1900. Until 1885, she was operated by Capt. Hobron for runs between Honolulu and Kahului. She was transferred to Wilder's Steamship Company in 1885.

AUXSH-I-I(KILAUEA HOU straightline)
Rarity 1RRRR
serifed letters, italicized
purple

Kilauea Hou straightline

Davey 366

KILAUEA HOU
Usage: One strike noted on Scott No. 74.

AUXSH-I-I(KINAU PER)
Rarity 1RRRR
Straightline, serifed
purple

Per SS Kinau 12Oct98

October 12, 1898

Davey unrecorded

PER S. S. KINAU
Usage: 1898
A 975 ton iron screw steamer built in 1883 at Philadelphia. She was Wilder's main vessel on the run to Hawaii via Maalea Bay, Maui.

AUXSH-I-I(KINAU Per)
Rarity 1RRRR
Straightline, unserifed
red

Per SS Kinau 16Apr99

April 16, 1899

Davey unrecorded

Per S. S. "KINAU"
Usage: 1899

AUXSH-I-I(LEHUA)
Rarity 1RRRR
Straighline, unserifed
blue

SSLEHULA

Courtesy of Dennis Jackson

Davey unrecorded

_. S. LEHUA.
Usage: a 218 ton wood screw steamer built at San Francisco in 1879, she was put in service around May 26, 1879.

AUXSH-I-I(MOKOLII)
Rarity 1RRRR
Straightline, italics
tallest letters are 4mm
blue, purple

Mokolii

Davey 378

S. S. Mokolii.
Usage: late 1890's
Mokolii was a 97 ton wooden hull screw steamer built by Dickie Bros. in San Francisco. She arrived at Honolulu in September, 1878 and continued in the interisland trade until past 1900.

AUXSH-I-I(PAID)
Rarity 1RRRR
41mm x 29mm single lined oval
star side ornaments
black

Wilder's PAID oval 11Oct92

October 11, 1892

Davey unrecorded

PAID/
date
Usage: 1892
Two strikes are recorded, both dated October 11, 1892, on UX1 cards used by Wilder's to inform the Waihee Plantation and the Kahului Postoffice when the steamer Claudine would depart Kahului.


San Francisco Packets

Marks bearing the name of sailing ships used by the G. B. Post & Company of San Francisco for its forwarding service are the best known examples of San Francisco packet marks. Until September, 1867 (well after most of the San Francisco packet marks had been discontinued), none of the San Francisco packets operated with a mail contract. The Regular Despatch Line was formed by G. B. Post in San Francisco and R. Coady and others in Honolulu to operate a regular schedule between Honolulu and San Francisco. This service was inaugurated on January 6, 1855, with the sailing of the Frances Palmer from San Francisco, and January 29, 1855 with her sailing from Honolulu on the return trip. The line continued in operation into the 1860's, but the fleet was significantly reduced in number by then. The RDL never had a mail contract, but the Honolulu postmaster and his San Francisco mail agents favored the RDL over other ships. Vessels operated by the RDL were the schooner E. L. Frost, bark Fanny Major, bark Frances Palmer, schooner General Pierce, schooner Restless, schooner Vaquero and bark Yankee. Other vessels with these marks carried the G. B. Post letter bag but were independent of the RDL. The steamer City of Norfolk made only one trip from Honolulu to San Francisco and the clipper ship Spitfire made only one trip from San Francisco to Honolulu. The schooner General Pierce and the yacht Golden Gate each made two trips but the other ships were in service for multiple trips.

At least some of the straightline ship names associated with G. B. Post's forwarding service seem to have been made up with loose printer's type on a stick, judging from the variations and unevenness of the letters. The following list shows twenty-one marks, including three unconfirmed. Unfortunately, the image sizes are not always true. I include measurements where I have been able to obtain them. From what I have observed, most marks have 6mm tall letters. Two have 4mm tall letters. The 4mm tall marks I have noted are: AUXSH-SF(BARK FRACIS PALMER) and AUXSH-SF(SCHOONER "RESTLESS."). Another note about the covers bearing these marks: they are difficult to date precisely because they all were handled privately so there are no date stamps or other postal markings. Nonetheless, they are confined to a time frame from late 1854 to early 1856. Dates given sometimes are the best estimate based on vessel sailings, receipt marks or other evidence. The date used in the Spitfire mark (April 18) is the date that ship sailed from San Francisco for Hong Kong via Honolulu, the only visit she paid to Honolulu at least in this time frame. Therefore I conclude the marks were applied in San Francisco. Thus the San Francisco arrival or sailing date for a particular trip of the vessel concerned is attributed to the date of a strike.

1.

AUXSH-SF(STMR CITY OF NORFOLK)
Rarity 1RRRR
black

STMR CITY OF NORFOLK

March 15, 1855
Letters of Gold, p. 235

STMR CITY OF NORFOLK
Davey 372
Usage: March 15, 1855
A 389 ton wooden hull screw steamer built by the Hall Brothers at Port Ludlow, Washington. Two strikes noted on outward covers, one with the G. B. Post octagon and the other sent c/o G. B. Post.
City of Norfolk made one sailing from Honolulu, February 24, 1855, arriving San Francisco March 15.

2.

AUXSH-SF(PER SCHR 'E. L. FROST.')
Rarity 1RRRR
black

PER SCHR. 'E_ L_ FROST' Wolf, 63, lot 997

March 29, 1855
Wolffers Auction #63, lot 997

PER SCHR. 'E. L. FROST.'
Usage: March 29, 1855
Davey unlisted
One strike recorded, inward, with G. B. Post octagon.
E. L. Frost ran between Honolulu and San Francisco from August 7, 1853 to April 17, 1855.

3.

AUXSH-SF(BARK 'FANNY MAJOR.')
Rarity 1RRRR
single quotation marks; ends with period
black

Bark 'Fanny Major_' Adv lot 2087

June 16, 1856
Courtesy Siegel Auction Galleries
Advertiser Sale, lot 2087

BARK 'FANNY MAJOR.'
Davey 373
Usage: March 2, 1855-June 16, 1856
Four strikes noted, two on inward covers and two on outward; always with the G. B. Post octagon.
Fanny Major made regular trips between Honolulu and San Francisco from January 29, 1855 to October 27, 1858.

4.

AUXSH-SF("FRANCES PALMER.")
Rarity 1RRRR
All capital letters; double quotation marks; ends with period
black

_FRANCES PALMER_

January 6, 1855
Kelleher Auction #587, lot 2026

"FRANCES PALMER."
Davey unlisted
Usage: January 6, 1855
One strike noted on an inward cover with the G. B. Post octagon.
Frances Palmer made regular trips between Honolulu and San Francisco from January 6, 1855, the inaugural trip of the Regular Despatch Line, to November 5, 1860.

5.

AUXSH-SF("Frances Palmer")
Rarity 1RRRR
Double quotation marks; name is lower case; no period
black

Mark is unconfirmed.

"Frances Palmer"
Davey 374
Usage: 1855
Noted by Davey, but not seen my me. Perhaps Davey misdescribed AUXSH-SF("FRANCES PALMER.")

6.

AUXSH-SF(PER FRANCES PALMER)
Rarity 1RRRR
"PER"; no quotation marks; no period
black

PER FRANCES PALMER Shr Champ lot 6

February 17, 1855
Wolffers Auction #104, lot 1454
Shreve's Philatelic Auctions, Champion Sale, lot 6

PER FRANCES PALMER
Davey unlisted
Usage: February 17, 1855.
One strike recorded, inward, with the G. B. Post octagon.

7.

AUXSH-SF(PER 'FRANCES PALMER')
Rarity 1RRRR
"PER"; single quotation marks; no period.
black

PER 'FRANCES PALMER'

February 17, 1855
Aall Collection

PER 'FRANCES PALMER'
Davey unlisted
Usage: February 17, 1855
One strike recorded, inward, with the G. B. Post octagon.

8.

AUXSH-SF(BK. 'FRANCES PALMER.')
Rarity 1RRRR
"BARK" abbreviated to "BK"; single quotation marks; ends with period
black

BK_ 'FRANCES PALMER_' Peters-200

September 2, 1855
Courtesy of Gary Peters

BK. 'FRANCES PALMER.'
Davey unlisted
Usage: August 23, 1855 - circa October, 1855
Three strikes noted, two on inward covers (a July 2, 1855 London mark on one and a New York July 20, 1855 dateline on the other) and one outward (July 30, 1855, arriving San Francisco August 23). The inward covers also have the G. B. Post octagon.

9.

AUXSH-SF(BK. "FRANCES PALMER")
Rarity 1RRRR
"BARK" abbreviated to "BK"; double quotation marks; no period
black

Mark is unconfirmed

BK. "FRANCES PALMER"
Davey 375
Usage: 1855
Davey may have misdescribed AUXSH-SF(BK. 'FRANCES PALMER.').

10.

AUXSH-SF(BARK FRACIS PALMER)
Rarity 1RRRR
Misspelled "FRACIS"
"BARK" spelled out; no quotation marks; no period
49mm long; 4mm tall
red, blue

Bark Fracis Palmer Peters

December 14, 1855
Courtesy of Gary Peters

BARK FRANCIS PALMER
Davey unlisted
Usage: December 14, 1855
Four strikes notes, all in the same outward sailing and all with the G. B. Post octagon.

11.

AUXSH-SF(PER GENERAL PIERCE)
Rarity 1RRRR
black

PER GENERAL PIERCE_1

January 27, 1855
Opinion III, p. 3, Philatelic Foundation

PER GENERAL PIERCE
Usage: January 27, 1855
Davey unlisted
One strike, on an outward cover, is recorded.
General Pierce made two trips from Honolulu to San Francisco, the first on December 29, 1854, arriving San Francisco on January 27, 1855, and the second on November 17, 1855.

12.

AUXSH-SF(YACHT 'GOLDEN GATE.')
Rarity 1RRRR
55mm long x 6mm tall
black

Yacht Golden Gate

November 18, 1854

YACHT 'GOLDEN GATE.'
Usage: November 18, 1854
Davey unlisted
Two strikes recorded, inward, with G. B. Post octagon.
Golden Gate made two trips between Honolulu San Francisco, the first arriving at Honolulu on December 5, 1854. She sailed for San Francisco on December 12. The second trip was in July, 1855.

13.

AUXSH-SF(JAMES STEPHENS)
Rarity 1RRRR
black

Mark is unconfirmed

JAMES STEPHENS
Usage:
Davey 376
Noted by Davey but not seen by me and I doubt if this was a usage in Hawaii as the Stephens was on the route between San Francisco and Panama.

14.

AUXSH-SF(PER "RESTLESS.")
Rarity 1RRRR
Double quotation marks; ends with period; the Davey description is the same except lacks the period.
black

PER RESTLESS Pietsch

November 17, 1854
Pietsch Sale (Shreve, Sept., 1996, lot 1660)

PER "RESTLESS."
Davey 381
Usage: November 17, 1854
One strike recorded, outward, with H. T. Fitch and G. B. Post octagons
Restless made regular trips between Honolulu and San Francisco from February 7, 1854 to March 6, 1855.

15.

AUXSH-SF(SCHOONER "RESTLESS.")
Rarity 1RRRR
Double quotation marks; ends with period; the Davey description is double quotation marks and no period.
51mm long x 4mm tall
blue

Schooner Restless

November 17, 1854

SCHOONER " RESTLESS. "
Usage: November 17, 1854
Davey 382
One strike recorded, outward, with G. B. Post octagon.

16.

AUXSH-SF(SCHOONER 'RESTLESS')
Rarity 1RRRR
Single quotation marks; ends with period.
black

SCHOONER 'RESTLESS_'

April 7, 1855
Ishikawa Sale (Sotheby, Parke, Bernet #S-50, lot 56)

SCHOONER 'RESTLESS'
Usage: April 7, 1855
Davey unlisted
Two strikes recorded, inward, both with G. B. Post octagon.

17.

AUXSH-SF(SPITFIRE)
Rarity 1RRRR
black

PER SPITFIRE - peters

April 18, 1855
Courtesy of Gary Peters
Opinions III, p. 3, Philatelic Foundation

PER 'SPITFIRE APRIL 18,
Davey unlisted
Usage: April 18, 1855
One strike recorded, inward, with G. B. Post octagon.
Spitfire, a clipper ship, stopped at Honolulu only once, departing San Francisco April 18, 1855, en route to Hong Kong via Honolulu.

18.

AUXSH-SF(SCHOONER "VAQUERO.")
Rarity 1RRRR
double quotation marks; ends with period
black

SCHOONER 'VAQUERO_' Peters

Courtesy of Gary Peters
Kelleher Auction #587, lot 2022

SCHOONER "VAQUERO."
Usage: 1854 (September 27 and December 1 arrivals)
Davey unlisted
One strike recorded, inward, with G. B. Post octagon.
Vaquero first arrived from San Francisco on September 27, 1854, having departed San Francisco September 8. The mark probably was used with the sailing from San Francisco on November 10, 1854, arriving Honolulu on December 1. She continued to make runs between Honolulu and San Francisco until June 16, 1855.

19.

AUXSH-SF(SCHOONER 'VAQUERO.')
Rarity 1RRRR
single quotation marks; ends with period
55mm long x 6mm tall
black

Schooner Vaquero

January 16, 1855

SCHOONER 'VAQUERO.'
Usage: January 16, 1855
Davey unlisted
One strike recorded, inward, with G. B. Post octagon.

20.

AUXSH-SF(PER 'VAQUERO')
Rarity 1RRRR
"PER" and single quotation marks; no period
black

PER VAQUERO - Peters

March 18, 1855
Courtesy of Gary Peters
Kelleher Auction #590, lot 2104

PER 'VAQUERO'
Usage: March 18, 1855
Davey 383
One strike recorded, inward, with G. B. Post octagon.

21.

AUXSH-SF(PER BARK 'YANKEE.')
Rarity 1RRRR
single quotation marks; ends with period
black

PER BARK 'YANKEE_' Sh Champ, lot 5

January 28, 1856
Aall Collection

PER BARK 'YANKEE.'
Usage: August 7, 1855-February 15, 1856 Two strikes recorded, inward, with G. B. Post octagon.
Yankee was a regular packet between Honolulu and San Francisco.

22.

AUXSH-SF(BARK "YANKEE.")
Rarity 1RRRR
double quotation marks; ends with period
black

BARK _YANKEE_ _-300

June 5, 1855
Courtesy of Gary Peters

BARK "YANKEE."
Usage: June, 1855
One strike recorded, inward, with G. B. Post octagon. Yankee was a regular packet between Honolulu and San Francisco.


Contract Steamers

In September, 1867, contract steamer mail service between Honolulu and San Francisco was inaugurated. One mark is known from the contract steamer Idaho. Also, the oval Hawaiian Steam Service mark is associated with this service.

AUXSH-SF(IDAHO)
Rarity 1RRRR
single lined inner and outer ovals
rosette side ornaments
blue

Steamer Idaho

November 2, 1867

Davey UL

STEAMER/
date/
IDAHO
Usage: November 2, 1867
Idaho was the principal steamer used on the route between Honolulu and San Francisco.

AUXSH-SF(HSS OVAL)
Rarity 1R
30mm x 15mm double lined oval
red

Hawaiian Steam Service - 17Apr68

April 17, 1868

Davey 442

HAWAIIAN STEAM SERVICE
Usage: November 15, 1867 - December 10, 1869
Davey extends the usage period to 1873, but he clearly was mistaken about that.


Later steamer service produced a few more marks. With brief interruptions, once steamer service between Honolulu and San Francisco began in September, 1867, it continued past 1900. Handstamps used to designate these steamers are scarce. I record two, one for the Alameda and another for the Australia, but surely others exist.

AUXSH-SF(ALAMEDA)
Rarity 1RRRR
straightline
reddish purple

alameda

Courtesy of Gary Spicer

Davey UL

___ ALAMEDA
Usage:

AUXSH-SF(AUSTRALIA)
Rarity 1RRR
straightline
purple

SS Australia 30Jun97

April 7, 1897

Davey UL

S. S. "AUSTRALIA"
Usage: 1897


In the 1890's steamer service was started between Honolulu and Japan. This service may have been supported by contract with the Imperial Japanese government. One mark is noted by Davey from that service.

AUXSH-JAPAN(ASAMA)
Rarity 1RRRR
single outer and single inner lined circle

Mark is unconfirmed

Davey 371

ASAMA
Attributed to the Nippon Yusen Kaisha Line


Manuscript Ship Designators

Whenever there was a choice of vessels to carry mail, a sender might indicate a preferred vessel. Whether the postmaster paid any attention to the direction is speculation. They were under no requirement to do so. These notations are interesting primarily because they indicate which routes were served by a particular steamer at a specific point in time. Examples:

AUX-SH-KONA PACKET MS

Per Kona Packet ms 24Jun69

June 24, 1869

Per Kona Packet
1 line
Usage: 1869

AUX-SH-HALL MS

per W_G_Hall 16Oct96

October 16, 1896

PER "W. G. Hall"
1 line
Usage: 1896

AUX-SH-MAKEE MS
MH unrecorded

per s_s_ Jas Makee ms 7Apr95

April 7, 1895 on mail from Maui

PER S. S. JAMES MAKEE
1 line
Usage: 1898


Numerous vessel names appear on covers as designations of a vessel to carry the letter. In the Interisland trade, I record:

Vessel Usage
Annie 1867
Claudine 1899
Emeline early 1860's
James Makee April 7, 1895
Jas. Makee 1895
J. Makee 1896
Kamehameha IV 1859
Kekauluohi 1860
Kilauea
Kinau October 28, 1884; 1895; 1898
Kona Packet 1866
Likelike 1879; 1883; 1895
Marilda
Mary 1864
Mikahala 1889
Nettie Merrill 1861
Uikahala 1898
W. G. Hall October 16, 1896

Many names of vessels engaged in foreign trade also appear on covers as designations of a vessel to carry the letter. In the Foreign trade, I record:

Vessel Usage Vessel Usage
Alameda 1883, 1889, 1898 Golden Rule 1852
Alarm 1856 Hero 1860
America Maru 1900 Idaho 1869
Angola 1846 J. B. Ford 1875
Arab 1821 John Calvin 1851
Arawa 1895 Jos. Peabody 1840
Australia 1882-1900 Lausanne 1840
Balance 1836 Mariposa 1890-1897
Baltimore 1852 S.S. Mikahala 1889
U.S.S. Bennington 1898 Miowera 1890's
Canton 1835 Monowai 1895
Ceylon 1882 Montana 1868
Charles 1846 Morning Star 1858
Charles Frederick Allen 1845 USS Peacock 1836
China 1890's Pearl 1823
City of San Francisco 1898 Pianet 1850
City of New York 1880 Bk. Planter 1888
City of Peking 1899 Reindeer 1852
City of Rio de Janeiro 1898 Restless 1854-1855
Columbus 1840 Rodman 1832
Comet 1860-1870 Sarah 1829
Creole 1844 Spartacus 1850
D.C. Murray 1868 R. C. Wyllie 1853
Deena 1837 Speedwell 1861
Discovery 1882 Spermo 1822
Doric 1897 Tartar 1869
Ethan Allen 1869 Tarquina 1855
Ewa 1882 Thomas Perkins 1839
Fanny Major 1855 Tiger 1847
Felix 1859 Tornado 1860
Fortunio 1850 Transit 1893
Frances Palmer 1855, 1856 Valetta 1866
Frend 1829 Vaquero 1854, 1855
F.S. Thompson 1888 Walter Claxton 1851
Gaelic 1896, 1899 Wm. Gray 1843
Gambia 1854 Yankee 1852, 1855, 1859, 1862
Gazelle 1851 Yum Kim 1856
Georgia 1847 Zealandia 1890's
Glengyle 1898 Zoe 1852
Golden Gate 1854

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