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Arrive San Francisco

August 21, 1850
SS Republic
Captain William H. Hudson
From Panama

Passage

Daily Alta California, San Francisco, California, August 22, 1850

The steamship Republic, Capt. Hudson, arrived yesterday morning, from Panama. She left that port about ten ours after the Northerner, and put into Acapulco for coal, where she remained three days. She brings 405 passengers, all of whom, with but one or two exceptions, are in good health. One passenger died, and another, by the name of W. Benks, while in a delirious state of mind, leaped overboard and was lost. The Republic becoming a little short of coal touched in at Monterey. She is a good looking vessel, and from what little we saw of her accommodations, she is certainly not inferior to any of the vessels in the line. She leaves again on the 1st, and will connect on the Atlantic side with the Ohio, Georgia, or the Falcon, being one of Laws Line of steamers.

Passengers

Adams, James
Adams, Mr. F.
Adams, T.
Aldrick, J.
Andrews,
Antonis, G.
Arbler, M.
Arblin, Mrs. E.
Arkford, W.
Aurista, G.
Bailey, H.
Barker, J.
Beck, John
Beeks, W. (This must be the W. Benks who, while in a delirious state of mind, leaped overboard and was lost enroute to San Francisco)
Beesey, M.
Benhan, Watson R.
Benson,
Berry, J.M.
Black, M. and son
Blake, B.
Bllen, S. (Correct. Might be a typographical error and could be Allen)
Bond,
Boots,
Boquin, A.
Boquin, P.
Bower, D.
Bowers, A.
Brady, L.
Brady, L.
Bragg, W.M.
Brangham,
Breigler, H.
Brewers, M.
Bride, R.
Bridsol, W.
Brismore, S.
Brooks, J.
Brooks, J.
Brooks, P.
Browning,
Browning, Mrs.
Bruce, J.
Brundick,
Brusband, J.
Brush, G.C.
Bryant, R.S.
Buchanan,
Buckmaster, Royal A.
Budd, J.R.
Burlew, R.
Butler, B.F.
Bux, R.F.
Carruthers, H.
Castra, Havilan L. (This might be Costra as there is one on board - one of the spellings may be incorrect)
Chadwick, A.
Chalmers, G.
Chalmers, J.
Charlton, C.H.
Chater, A.
Cheese, J.D.
Churst,
Cibbons, Mr. (Difficult to read. May be Gibbons)
Ciurke, E.H.
Clarke,
Clarke,
Clarke, C.
Cleare,
Clifford, A.C.
Close, S.
Coggar, D.
Cole, Mr.
Conger, D.
Conner, W.H.
Connert, E.G.
Corgan, James
Cornwall, N.
Corwin, A.
Corwin, J.
Costra, J.
Cowan, R.M.
Crawford, J.
Curstra, James (See Castra above)
Dagot, D.J.
Dalrymple, Capt. J.
Dameron, L.T.
Davis, A.
Davis, S.E.
Deitous,K.
Denant, H.
Dent, J.P.
Denton, J.
Denton, J.A.
Devonport,
Dickenson,
Dittmarah, G.
Dixon,
Domerille, Mr. J.
Downing, W.B.
Downing, W.R.
Drewers, K.
Duke, A.
Dunn, Mrs. Mary
Eaton,
Eldridge, L.
Elliott,
Emerson,
Emmett, C.L.
Erchinbaugh, J.
Faber, C.
Fagan, T.
Fandrom,
Faris, J.W.
Farrabaugh, P.
Fay, J.W.
Fisher, C.
Flagg, S.
Flanders, A.
Fletcher, L.D.
Floyd, N.J.
Foote, C.A.
Fredericks, G.N.
Freeborn, Mr.
Gallagher,
Gallagher, N.
Gallagher, W.
Gallardin, C.
Gallardin, J.
Gill, J.E.
Gilledricks,
Gillespie,
Gillingham, Mr. H.
Gillman, J.
Goodwin, J.
Goodwin, R.
Gowers, W. (Rasmussen questions Towers, but Gowers is in the Alta. Check "Towers" below)
Graham, R.
Gray, G.R.
Gray, R.
Green, J.H.
Greig, J.N.
Gridley,
Grisler, Charles
Hahn, H.
Hall, J.D.
Hall, Mr.
Hamilton, J.
Hamilton, K.
Hamilton, P.J.
Hammond, Mr.
Haningbaugh,
Hara, G.O. (Might be G. O Hara)
Harper, G.C.
Hastings, W.
Hatch, M.
Hatfield,
Haveland, M.
Heigh, J.
Hendricks, J.
Hepley, G.
Herman, T.
Hermon, M., lady and daughter
Herriman, L.
Hicks,
Higgins, J.
Hisper, R.
Hocton, W.
Horner, Emerson, W.
Horseley, Dr.
Hotchkiss, R.
Howder,
Howe, N.W.
Hudson, H.
Huey, K.
Humphrey, N.C.
Hunt, J.
Huntington,
Hurst, W.H.
James, D.B.
Jemma, J.
Jewell,
Johnson, A.
Kanonse, M.
Kdlly, J. (Correct, but probably a typographical error. Might be Kelly)
Keandy, James.
Kelly, B.
Kelly, M.
Kelsy, F.
Kendal, M.
Kendall, J.
Kennedy, B.
Kewry, J.
King, Capt. E.
Kingor, J.
Kings, Mrs. and four children
Lafitte, H.R.
Lambert,
Landon,
Lee,
Lesslie, (Rasmussen questions Leslie, although the double "s" is clearly in the Alta)
Levin, E.T.
Lewis, M.R.
Lincoln, C.
Lindsey, E.J.
Lindsey, J.W.
Linsin, E.
Locke, R.
Losvuse, H.
Loving, A.
Luckager, N.
Lumfield, E.
M Carny, James
M Dowell, R.
M Gomba
M Kee, J.
Macey, T.R. and son
Mackay, R.
Maher, M.
Makin, M,
Malibran, C.
Maloney,
Marks, J.A.
Martin,
Martin,
Marzinck, G.
Matthews, H.
McGrath, Mrs.
Merrill, S.P.
Miller,
Miller, F.
Miller, James
Miller, M.
Mills,
Milton,
Mirk, J.H.
Montgomery, J.F.
Moody, J.
Morrison,
Morrow,
Mr. E. Graham, lady and child
Murray, J.
Muser, J.
Norton, W.
O Brien, James
Oaks,
Padock, R.
Parise,
Park, H.M.
Parting,
Paterson, W.
Paton, M.
Patterson, J.R.
Patterson, John
Pemberton, R.
Pendin,
Perkins, R.
Perry,
Perry, C.E.
Peters, J.M.
Phaeton, E.
Phaler, M.
Phillip,
Phinter, J.
Pickett,
Polock, D.
Porger, Johnson L.
Potter, H.
Power, D.F.
Powers, O.B.
Price, A.F.
Puison, T.
Quick,
Ramsay, A.
Ratcliff, R.
Ratcliff, W. (Rasmussen questions Ratcliffe, but Ratcliff is how it is listed in the Alta)
Ratliffe, G.
Ratliffe, J.
Reed, C.
Ritchie, J.
Ritchie, J.M.
Rober, W.
Robinson, C.J.
Rogers, James
Rogers, R.C.
Rollin, D.
Root, W.G.
Ruder, J.
Ruffat, J.
Ruffat, Mrs.
Runlet, C.E.
Russell, D.
Sabin, A.M.
Sampson,
Saunders, Mr.
Scott,
Scott, Capt.
Sedgcomb,
Sell, W.
Semley, W.
Sevins, B.
Shearnes, R.
Sheckle, G.
Sheets, G.W.
Sherman, G.H.
Shidel, G.
Silsby, James
Sloane, G.P.
Smidt,
Smith, J.
Snippson, C.
Sowers, W.
Spiery, M.A.
Squire,
Squire, K.
Squire, R.
Stackpole, C.
Stelly,
Stephens,
Stevens, A.W.
Stinecher, John
Stow, E.
Strancros,
Suberny,
Sullivan, V.
Swaney,
Tease, Miss M.
Tegert, L.
Thomas,
Thompson,
Thompson,
Thumaiker, J.
Thurston, R.
Todd, J.P.
Towers, M. (Rasmussen questions Gowers, possibly because of the "Gowers" above - they are close together on the list in the Alta)
Turner, C.W.
Van Doom, J.
Van Stadelen, J.
Vanthinscoken, J.
Vickery, James
Vidal, Paul
Viele, M.
Waddell, John
Walsh, P.
Walworth, R.S.
Warner, B.R.
Webber, J.P.
Weidershun, P.
Weiff, J.H.
Wheater, K.
White, G.D.
White, J.
Whiteside, T.
Whiting, P.
Whitmore, Capt.
Wicksers,
Wieksers,
Wilkenson, T.
Willie, Mrs. and servant
Willis, W.G.
Wilson,
Wilson, J.
Wilson, W.
Wilson, W.W.
Wingfield, (Rasmussen questions Winglefield, but Wingfield is clearly in the Alta)
Wingfield, C. (Again Rasmussen questions spelling as Winglefield, undoubtedly because of the Capt. Winglefield aboard)
Winglefield, Capt.
Wols,
Wood, R.H.
Woolcott, W.
Woolley, J.
Wright, J.R.
Wright, R.
Wud,
Zilin, R.

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