- Transcribed by unknown author unknown author
- Edition: November 3rd 1882 November 3rd 1882
arriving coastwise with cargoes have been the:
The Earl of Stair and Industry, from Port William, with pit wood.
The Harriet, from Dromore, with pit wood.
The ss Swift and Shannon, from Liverpool, with grain for Messrs. CARR and
The Francis, from Port Dinorwic, with slates for Mr. MANDLE
The Gracie and Arab, from Belfast, with iron ore.
The s. s. Bowfell, from Duddon, with iron ore for the Maryport Iron Company.
The sailings for the foreign ports have been:
The s. s. City of Dortmund, for Rotterham, with pig iron from the Solway
The s. s. City of Malaga, with pig iron from the Maryport Iron Company.
The s. s. Florence, s. s. Lady Alice Kenlis, s.s. Louise and s. s. Carron
Park, for Liverpool, all with pig iron from the Solway Iron Company.
The s. s. Llanelly, for Llannelly
The s. s. Viking, for Liverpool
The s. s. Fannie Bertha, for Bordeaux, all loaded by the Maryport iron