Passenger Lists: San Francisco 1800s


Cachalot

Ships in San Francisco Bay 1850.

Arrive San Francisco

January 14, 1849
Cachalot
From Havre, 150 days, 137 passengers
Captain Legr

Consignees of goods per French ship Cachalot from Havre, are requested to take them away within fifteen days from the 14th instant, or they will be stored at public store at the risk and expense of the owners, adn so much of them sold as will pay the freight. A. Mullot & A. Tallot.

Merchandise

February 13, 1850, Daily Alta California, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.

Undersigned offer for sale, from French brig Cachalot a notable quantity of zinc sheets and tine nails of a very superior quality. For further information, apply to A. Hughe, Pioche & Co., Clay Street.

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