Passengers arriving at the Port of San Francisco
Arrive San Francisco
January 9, 1851
Upon arrival of the Antelope, the Alta California noted that:
In New York the arrival of three steamships in one day would be a matter deserving of particular mention, and in any other city on the Atlantic such an occurrence would be heralded as unprecedented. The commerce of San Francisco is increasing marvellously and it would be difficult to predict what a few short months may bring forth. That we shall communicate by steamers with the Sandwich Islands (Hawaii) and China is almost a certainty.
Sacramento Daily Transcript, January 11, 1851
MAGAZINES FOR JANUARY— Just received per steamers Tennessee and Antelope, Graham's Magazine, Godey's Lady;s Book, Sartain's Magazine, Harper's New Monthly, International Magazine, Dickens' last novel; David Copperfield, Isabel, or the Pride of Palermo; the Green Hand, a short yarn; Double Sheet Brother Jonathan; Illustrated London News; London Punch; Dublin Nation; Thompson's Bank Note Reporter, &c. Also, English, French. Spanish and German Newspapers from all parts of the world for sale wholesale and retail,
by JOHN H. STILL,
Foreign and American Newspaper Agent, second door from the Post Office,
Portsmouth Square, San Francisco. Jan 11, 1851 lm
Barborn, G.W. and son
Bloon, Isaac (One source has Isaac Bloom)
Gesford, P.G. and lady, sister and three children
Inabnet, Jacob (One source has this as Jacob Inabett)
Johnson, J. Eastman
Jones, John S.C.
Kenzie, Mr., lady and child
Kyes, Mrs. and two children
Lay, Chas H.
Loeb, Bernard (A second source has this as Bernhard Loeb)
Payne, Captain F.
Pellegrini, Lucenzo and lady (A second source has: Iunecenzo Pellegrini and lady; and a third source has: Innocenzo Pellegrini and lady)
Schools, E. (A second source has L. Schools; a third has I. Schools)
Smith, Lawrence and lady
Ward, Fred T.
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