First Scottish colony for New Zealand. That fine teak-built fast sailing ship Bengal Merchant ... will positively sail from Port-Glasgow for New Zealand ... on Friday, Oct. 25, 1839. [Reprinted] Copyright People's Palace Museum, Glasgow Green [ca 1981].

First Scottish colony for New Zealand. That fine teak-built fast sailing ship Bengal Merchant ... will positively sail from Port-Glasgow for New Zealand ... on Friday, Oct. 25, 1839. [Reprinted] Copyright People's Palace Museum, Glasgow Green [ca 1981].

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This item is an image. It was created by Glasgow Museums on or around the date 1839 - 1981.

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Arrangement of text, with picture of sailing ship in centre. Mentions that single women going out as servants to cabin passengers, or in charge of married emigrants, will receive a free passage. Signed John Crawford, 24 Queen Street, New Zealand Land Co.'s Office, Glasgow 5th Oct. 1839. Two copies held. Inscriptions: Recto - beneath image - Printed by Ken Lyon Limited, 24A Robertson Street, Glasgow G2 8DU. Quantity: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s). Physical Description: Photolithograph ...


Places related to this item include Glasgow. Some of the subjects related to it include Bengal Merchant (Ship), New Zealand Company, Crawford, John, active 1839, Sailing ships, Scots, New Zealand, Scotland, Emigration and immigration, and Glasgow.

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