California Bound by

New-York Times, November 6, 1872

SS South America
Captain Palmer
Sailed from New-York City: November 5, 1872

New-York ... Tuesday, Nov. 5.

Steamship South America, Palmer, Aspinwall, Pacific Mail Steamship Co.

Passengers Sailed.

In steam-ship South America, for San Francisco --
Berdsley, S. A.
Bowles, Mr. C.
Cook, C. S.
Cook, W. A.
Falconer, John, and wife
Fitzgerald, T. M., and wife
Harman, E. F., and wife
Himphimer (Hiraphimer ?), Mrs. B., and daughter
Hode, Mrs., and infant
Kennedy, Mrs. G. B., and child
Michales (Michaels ?), Master Arnold
Wadleigh, Orvill
Wadleigh, Sonen (Soren ?)
Whitlock, W. D.

Way Passengers --
Arthur, T. C.
Benjamin, Mr., and wife
Booth, Wm.
Brown, J. C.
Buckley, E.
Buckley, Robert
Dealey, Thomas H.
Doherty, Geo.
Gagion, T. C.
Gifford, Capt.
Gonsales, Iraquim
Greenwood, J.
Guerin, Miss K.
Hines, Mr.
Jones, Morgan
Kilt, Patrick
Lewis, Capt.
March, David
McCauley, J.
McGuire, Patrick
Morgan, E. C.
Munoz, Antonio
Murphy, P.
Paul, Lewis
Peto, Lewis
Repenning, A., wife, child and 2 servants
Sanders, Mrs. S.
Stemgergh, Wm. R.
Wardle, Mr.
Williams, Thomas

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