Schooner Atlantic, Halifax, N.S. to Philadelphia

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Document ID 800252
Date 19-08-1823
Document Type Passenger Lists
Archive Public Record Office, Northern Ireland
Citation Schooner Atlantic, Halifax, N.S. to Philadelphia; CMSIED 800252
REPORT OR MANIFEST of all the Passengers taken on board
the Sch [Schooner?] Atlantic whereof Joseph Corson [Carson?] is
Master, from Halifax [Nova Scotia?] burthen 113 9/95 Tons and
owned by Joseph Corson & others of Cape May and bound

   NAMES           AGE  SEX OCCUPATION  To what    Country
                                        Country    of which
                                        belonging  it is their
                                                   to become

John Slater         23   M   Lawyer       G.B.        G.B.
W. Dixson           29   M   Carpenter    G.B         U.S.
Jane Dixson         31   F                G.B         U.S.
David Dixson         8   M                G.B         U.S.
W Dixson             6   M                G.B         U.S.
P Dixson             4   M                G.B         U.S.
J Dixson            15mosM                G.B         U.S.
Timothy Linahan     25   M   Labourer     G.B         U.S.
A. Varnon           22   M   Shoemaker    G.B         U.S.

Total Number of Passengers: 9

I Joseph Corson do solemnly, sincerely, and truly
swear that the Report or Manifest subscribed
with my name, and now delivered by me to the
Collector of the District of Philadelphia,
contains, to the best of my knowledge and belief,
a just and true account of all the passengers,
which were on board the Sch [Schooner?] Atlantic
at the time of her sailing from the port of
Halifax (N S) [Nova Scotia?] or which have been
taken on board at any time since; that I am at
present and have been during the voyage, master
of the said vessel.  And I do likewise swear that
all matters whatsoever in the said Report or
Manifest, are to the best of my knowledge and belief,
just and true.
                                  SO HELP ME GOD.

Sworn before me, this 19 day of Augt 1823