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SS Tennessee

Arrive San Francisco

March 4, 1851
Lieut George M. Totten, U.S.N., Commander
17 days From Panama to E. Knight

Memoranda

March 5, 1851, Daily Alta California, San Francisco

The U. S. Mail Steamer, Tennessee, Lieut. Totten, U.S.N., commander, arrived yesterday afternoon from Panama. She left on the 15th, and brings a large number of passengers. She has also a U.S. Mail. Puser Munroe will accept our acknowledgements for late papaers and the report of the ship.

Isthmus of Panama. 1800s.

Consignees Per Tennessee: Haven & Co., Waltenstein & Co., J. M. Fox, Ottenheimer, Hirsch & Co.; Olivier, Nuney & McCarthy; Caughey & Bromley; Simondsfeld, Bach & Co.; S. Jacobs & Co.; Adolph Kingston, Mawson & Bro.

Passengers

Maj A. B. Eaton, U.S.A.
J. H. Eaton
S. M. Van Wyck
S. B. Lardner
Mrs. Forsyth
Miss A. E. Thompson
R. Thompson
Mrs. Roberts and servant
Mrs. Duncan, 2 children and servant
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lent
Mrs. M. J. Lloyd and chil
Messrs Austin
S. B. Benchly
W. F. Benchly
W. Neal
Wm. Hageltine
E. R. Green
W. C. Aunan
Mrs. Geo. Thacher, Jr.
Mrs. R. V. Berry and 2 children
Mrs. Ingalls
J. Dowes
S. Card
E. T. Pease
W. S. Alton
R. Schoyer
J. Morrell
H. B. Harris
Dr. and Mrs. Chas Wallace and servant
Mr. and Mrs. J. Durbrow and 2 children
J. d'Est
C. Baudoin
J. P. Whitney
Hilbert
H. K. Stevens
Mrs. and Mrs. Stout
Mrs. Lynch and son
Mrs. Eagle and son
Col. White
J. M. Fox and servant
A. S. Hobbs
J. W. Field
S. A. Smith
A. Adams, Jr.
A. A. Bovie
B. Oakland
A. K. Clark
W. Shew
B. Gould
E. McCahill 
W. A. Avary
H. P. A. Smith
G. W. Crafts
S. Bookstaver
P. S. Ormsby
J. Tittle
Romain
G. H. Preston
Capt. McGill
Mrs. Brown and three children
Miss E.Wilkinson
Thos. Hensley and wife
Geo. H. Staring
P. Keeghan
Wm. Sheridan
Jas McLane
Asa White
Chas Samuelson
S. F. Holbrook
Chas Johnson
Mr. Johnson
Thos. Hath
H. Lux
Chas. E. Taylor
John Brewer
Nelson Pease
J. D. Card
T. Rogers
G. Rogers
J. Sanborn
J. D. Sanborn
E. E. Chase
S. Koster
J. Schroeder
J. Shaw
W. Shaw
W. . Goodwiller
H. Brock
J. Brock
L. Gilkerson
D. Gilkerson
T. Gilkerson
R. McLasen
W. Ray
J. Scott
H. Rix, Jr.
A. Goodlett
George Smith
J. Hohorst
H. A. Dewey
L. Wharton
L. B. Hiler
F. Mast
J. Hamilton
A. K. Comstock
J. Vincent
R. Nunez
M. Cohen
G. Jameson
J. Vandyke
Harrison
Britlam Alford
Maze
A. K. Clark
H. Gushee
J. J. Lewis
F. L. Parker
Chittenden
W. Shafer
Sanderson
O. H. Dewey

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