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ROYAL MAIL STBAM PACKET COMPANY.
Of^cei—Winkle-street, Southampton. London Offices—55, Moorgate-
street, London.
DIRECTORS.
John Irving, esq.
Michael M'Chlery, esq. Charles Edward Mangles, esq. Thomas Masterman, esq. Henry Nelson, esq.
John Shepherd, esq
Andrew Colville, esq., Chairman Thomas Baring, esq., M.P. Deputy
Chairman George Brown, esq.
Effort Cotes worth, esq.
itilssell Ellice, esq.
George Hibbert, esq.
, . Secretary—Captain Edward Chappell, R. N.
. y;f SOUTHAMPTON.
. • Marine Superintendent—Captain R. Barton, R.N.
Storekeeper and Cashier—Mr. John T. Duffel!, R.N. Superintendent Engineer—Mr. George Mills.
Ship's Husband—Mr. George Elsmie.
Shipping Agent—Mr. George Dunlop.
The Company's Vessels consist of the following Steamers of 1,800 tons, and 500 horse power each: viz.,—
Tay ..........Capt. Sharp
Teviot . Thames Trent . Tweed .
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Boxer Hast Rivett Parsons
Capt.
Avon ........ Capt. Norton
Clyde.......... Syinons
Dee......... „ Allan
Forth.......... Chapman
Med way...... ,, Andrews
Severn........ ,, Vincent
Steamers of 300 horse power each:—
Eagle._______Capt. Woolley I Conway ----
Reindeer .... „ May I City of Glasgow
' Schooners:—Lame, Commander Valler; Lee, Commander Thomas.
The Company's Steam Ships leave Southampton at 2 p.m. on th. 2nd and 17th of each month, unless the latter should be a Sunday, and then
oa the day following. , „ , '~
Passengers, parcels, and packages are booked at the Company s Office, ^Moorgate-street, London. At Southampton, Passengers are booked
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