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September 21, 1851
Barque Martha
Captain Myrick
From Valparaiso, Chile

Passage

56 days from Valparaiso, Chile. In ballast. To Torrey & Blanchard. 117 passengers; 5 females

Memoranda

Per Martha - Barque Espeleta sailed for this port 6 days before; Chil barque Bella Marguerita sailed same day. British ship Queen of Sheba was to sail in a few days.

Passengers

Albareda, Antonio
Albares, Senorita Maria
Alejo, Carmen
Almijo, Miguel
Almijo, Tomas (Aimijo )
Amador, Francisco
Ampuera, Bernardo
Arabena, Eustiquio
Arabena, Fermin
Arabena, Tomas
Araia, Jose
Araia, Luis
Arana, Vicente
Aranda, Bartolo
Aranda, Cirico
Aranda, Jose Santes
Araus, Domingo
Arros, Jose
Banada, Cruz
Barbantin, Jose A.
Barras, Matias
Bella, Mauricio
Benega, Claudio
Benoga, Rufina
Biscencia, Bartolo
Biscencio, Julian
Briones, Martin
Bustamente, Jose
Campo, Alejo
Campo, Pedro
Campoa, Caitano
Camps, Justa
Carabajal, Ascension
Carabajal, Esteban
Carabajal, J .J.
Carabajal, Jose Roman
Carabajal, Manuel
Carabajal, Tadeo
Cardimil, Geronimo
Carmona, Jose
Castillar, Jose
Catalde, Bertolo
Cristan, Juan
Dias, Jose
Duran, Asencio
Duran, Francisco
Durant, Dimingo
Escobar, Bartolo
Escobar, Bentura
Escobar, Domingo
Escobar, Doretea
Escobar, Hipolito
Escobar, Jose
Escobar, Santiago
Escobar, Silvestra
Espinosa, Bonifacio
Espinosa, Jose
Estubilla, auricio
Figueroa, Jose
Figueroa, Pascunia
Figueros, Rafael
Fuentas, Rosa
Fuentes, Nicolas
Gallardo, Jose
Gonsales, Bautista
Gonsales, Bernardo
Gonsales, Cipriane
Gonsales, Lorenzos
Narcisso Canigdania
Gonsales, Rosario
Guerra, Juan Joso
Guerra, Salvador
Jara, Javier
Jorquero, Pedro
Jorqueroa, Martin
Leibe, Diego
Leon, Andres
Lieba, Gregorio
Lopez, Jose Merced
Madriaga, Pablo
Madriaga, Pedro
Malverde, Senorita Juana
Marin, Ramon
Martinez, Fernando
Molina, Ramon
Moutt, Miguel
Munas, Senorita Carmen
Nina, Manuel
Nunes, Henrique
Nunes, Jose
Olgin, Alejandro
Olgin, Manuel, Antonio
Olgin, Miguel
Olma, Pedro
Pares, Ramon
Pena, Estachan
Pereida, Martin
Peres, Benito
Peres, Francisco
Peres, Jose
Peres, Luis
Pizarre, Pedro
Poblete, J.
Ponce, Antonio
Ramires, M. F.
Rejas, Benita
Retamal, Jose Maria
Rojas, Asencio
Rosas, Camila
Sanches, Francisco
Sanhueze, Juan
Serei, Santos
Severino, Felipe
Uratia, Santos
Valencia, Antonio
Veras, Faustino

September 29, 1851, Daily Alta California, San Francisco, California

Vessels Advertised

FOR VALPARAISO DIRECT
- The fine, fast sailing barque Martha, Myrick master, will have immediate dispatch for the above port. For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to:
Torrey & Blanchard, Battery St.
PARA VALPARAISO, EN DERECHURA
- El bueno y muy velero barco Martha, Capitan Myrick, saldra prestamento. Para flete o pasaje, teniendo superiores comodidades, veanse con los Sra.
Torrey Y Blanchard. Batter St., near Pine.

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