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SS Isthmus

Arrive San Francisco

July 12, 1850
SS Isthmus 
Captain Hitchcock
From Panama

Passage

July 13, 1850, Daily Alta California, San Francisco

The steamer Isthmus, Capt. Hitchcock, arrived yesterday morning from Panama, having left on the 20th ult. She brings upwards of 280 passengers, a list of whom will be found in another column.

The Columbus hence for Panama had touched in at Realejo and proceeded on her course.

The Sarah Sands was passed by the Isthmus on the 2d of July when two days out of Acapulco.

The I., we learn, will be detained until the 17th, and will connect with the Falcon at Chagres, so that passengers by her can proceed without delay on the Isthmus.

The following persons died on board the steamer Isthmus on her passage from Panama: James Grey, Ohio; Seth Perkins, New York; David Williams, Ohio; Samuel Appleby, New York City.

Cargo

Consigned to F. Collier.

Passengers

(Note: Many first names not included in newspaper list)
Passenger list for the Isthmus from the Daily Alta California Juliy 13, 1850.Adriance, L.
Aikin, J.
Ainslie, P.M.
Ainslie, W.D.
Aldridge, Col.
Alexander, E.H.
Allen, B.
Anderson, 
Anderson, A.C.
Anderson, H.H.
Anderson, J.
Appleby, S.
Ashbrook,, 
Bailey, G.
Bailey, G.
Bailey, H.
Baker, H.
Baker, W.
Ball, E. F. M.
Bartrana, W.
Bassett, S.
Batchelor, F.J.
Below, W. C.
Belsher, W.S.
Blackburn, A.B.
Blake, 
Blake, D.D.
Bliss, 
Bloomingdale, 
Bogart, 
Boyd, R.
Boyd, R. F. 
Bozart, 
Bradley, B.
Bradley, Mrs.
Bridenbeaker, S. (Might be Bridenbooker or Bridenbeeker)
Brinkerhoffe, R.
Brown, H.
Burke, Seth
Burns, A.
Camp, G.
Carlyle, 
Carter, H.
Cassidy, E.
Chafer, (Might be Chaffer)
Chandler, M.
Chapin, T.
Chevalier, J.
Christy, J. H.
Church, W. H.
Clark, J.A.
Clindeurin, (Rasmussen has Clindueria. Could be Clinduerio)
Clueland, A.
Coates, 
Colvill, A.
Coney, J. H.
Cook, E.
Cook, E. P.
Cook, J.
Cooke, Seth
Cooley, 
Couser, 
Crupper, D. R.
Culver, W. B.
Davenport, S.
Dempster, 
Driscoll, R.
Duendorf, P.
Durne, 
Durne, Mrs.
Dutton, J.
Edgar, Mr. 
Edgar, Mrs. 
Ehrlick, W.
Elkins, Mr.
Faukindale, 
Fenbrook, 
Ferris, A.
Fhgh, (That's the listing. Perhaps mislaid type)
Fields, J.
Fitch, 
Floyd, 
Folger, 
Foris, J.
Frankinhoin, B.
Frederick, G. N.
Fuller, 
Fungham, 
Fyte, A. (Might be A. Fyfe)
Games, J.
Gay, Jas
Glynn, 
Godchon, 
Goss, 
Grant, A. B.
Grant, D. J.
Grant, James O.
Grant, Miss
Green, W.
Gregory, 
Gregory, J.
Griffith, R. R.
Gun, 
Gunn, R. R.
Hack, J.
Hadlock, 
Hain, W.
Hairn, Z. (First initial difficult to read)
Hamblin, H. G.
Hambur, D.
Hamilton, A. L.
Hamperly, D.
Hampton, 
Harris, B. H.
Harris, E.
Harris, S. E.
Henderson, 
Henderson, J.D.
Herdin, Mr.
Herriman, O.
Heyman, 
Higgins, H. D.
Hollister, 
Holman, 
Homer, C. S.
Hoyt, C. R.
Hunt, D. R.
Hyer, Mrs.
Hyer, T.
Jackson, A.
Japp, D. M.
Johnson, 
Johnson, D. G.
Johnson, F. S.
Joll, D. R.
Jordan, J.
Jordon, P.
Joskey, H.
Judson, E.
Keck, J.
Keiff, C.O.
Kellinger, J.
Kellog, 
Kent, D.Y.
Kent, E.
Kigney, J.
Kimbell, 
Knowles, G.
Kurbron, 
Lamb, Levi
Lambett, W. C.
LeGrange, 
Leopold, 
Littlefield, R.
Liver, 
Lone, R.
Loveland, 
Lyman, J.
Marvin, 
Mason, W.
Mast, P.
Matthews, Miss A.
Maxwell, J.
May, A.
McCerhan, 
McClure, W.
McCurdy, G.
McDonald, A.
McDonald, A. B.
McDonald, A. J.
McDonald, Alex
McKilby, 
Meyers, J.L.
Miller, J.H.
Moore, J.B.
Murdock, S.
Murphy, J.
Nelson, 
Nelsons, J.
Nichols, J.
O Brien, Jas.
Orman, O.
Palmer, S.
Parke, S.
Parmerly, R.
Perkins, S.
Perry, J. C.
Phillips, Miss
Pitkin, J.
Plank, H.
Power, S.
Prentice, 
Prescott, Mr.
Preston, A. B.
Preston, J.
Price, J.
Raininey, G.
Rembro, L.
Renington, (Rasmussen also suggests Reningtoll or Reningtou, however Renington seems correct)
Reutham, 
Reynolds, R. C.
Rhine, 
Rice, C.
Richmond, 
Ridgeway, Miss
Riley, 
Ritchie, J.J.
Ritner, J.
Ritner, J.R.
Rosenburg, D.
Ross, D.
Rotch, B.
Roys, G.B.
Ryan, J.
Sanck, 
Sawyer, D.
Scott, S.
Sever, Mrs. and two children
Shannon, S.
Sharty, 
Shearer, H.
Sherman, W.
Sitrey, R., Jr.
Skimmin, J.
Slow, W.
Smith, 
Smith, C.
Smith, J.
Smith, J.
Smith, J. P.
Smith, Mr.
Smith, O. R.
Smith, S.
Smith, W.
Smith, W.
Smith, W. C.
Smith, W. R.
Snow, S. E.
Sofelholts, 
Sofelholts, Mrs.
Springer, A. C.
Stanboro, J. F.
Starley, 
Stickney, W. M.
Stone, A. 
Stone, H. H.
Stoneburne, C.
Stowell, 
Strong, J.
Stuller, 
Stutson, E.
Suines, 
Sullivan, D.
Sunvorfred, J.
Sutters, 
Thompson, R. (Rasmussen has M. Thompson, but it clearly seems to be "R.")
Torrey, 
Toule, J. C.
Turner, A.
Vitas, W. W.
Walker, S. B.
Warne, A.
Waters, O. H.
Webster, Eliza
Wellin, C. G.
Welsh, S.
Westner, 
Whipple, E.
Whitwell, 
Wiggin, 
Willard, W.
Williams, D.
Williams, J.
Williams, J.
Williams, W. R.
Williamson, 
Wilson, S.
Woodbeck, 
Woodberry, J.
Wossed, 
Wyoch, W.
Wyse, D.
Zeigler, Mr.

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