The Brunswick Advocate
1838 Marine Intelligence & Shipping News

Names that are in bold, are to depict a captain of the sailing vessel.  This is only an assumption due to my recognition of some names.

 

24 May 1838

ARRIVED:
    Schr. Isabella, Crowell, Burnt Fort.
    Steamer Ocamulgee, Darien and St. Mary's on a pleasure excursion.
    Steamer Swan, Savannah

SAILED:
    Schr. Isabella, Crowell, Charleston.
    Steamer Swan, St. Mary's.

20 December 1838

ARRIVED:
    Steamer Ocumulgee, Blankenship, Savannah, mdze. W.R. Holmes, W. Parker and others.
    Schr. Isabella, which sailed hence for Charleston on the 11th inst. put back and sailed again on Monday.  [This due to the death of passenger James W. Pettigrew--Amy Hedrick]

PASSENGERS:
    Per steamer Ocmulgee, from Savannah, R.W. Holman, lady and child, Messrs. A. Bates, C. Cotton, W. Glidden, F. Luther, J. Keith, R. Young, M. Remie, O. Burley, V. Nutter, and A. Abbott.
    Per schr Isabella, for Charleston, Capt. J. Ainsworth, late of schr. Olive from Chargres, condemned.  [James W. Pettigrew sailed from here on this ship, but died midway, and the schooner came back to Brunswick, see above--Amy Hedrick]

27 December 1838

ARRIVED:

    Schr. Isabella, Crowell, Charleston, sixteen hours, mdze. to Couper & Nightingale.  The I. has also freight for St. Simons.
    Schr. Henry A. Breed, Chase, Jefferson, lumber to I.C. Plant.
    Steamer Isis, Pearson, Savannah, bound to Florida.
    Steamer Forrester, Drake, Savannah, bound for Florida.
    Sloop Argo, Taylor, Savannah.
    Cl. at Boston 12th, schr Commerce, for this port.
    Ar at Charleston 21st, schr Nile, Bell, Matanzas.

PASSENGERS:
    Per Steamer Isis, from Savannah, Messrs. A. Worrall, L.M. Prevost, and C.B. Mallery.
    Per Steamer Forrester, from Savannah, Messrs. E. Moore and L. Greenleaf.
    Per Schr. Isabella, from Charleston, Messrs. E. Church and J. Lyman.

 

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