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Bermuda, Crossroads of the Atlantic: A Postal History from 1617 to 1877 - The David Pitts Collection

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Title Bermuda, Crossroads of the Atlantic: A Postal History from 1617 to 1877 - The David Pitts Collection

Location London, UK

Date & Time
Tuesday 24th October 2017 - 2:00pm



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At Spink London
Monday 23 October 2017 10.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.

Tuesday 24 October 2017 10.00 a.m. - 2.00 p.m.




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# 1 - The Sir Robert Rich Correspondence The Earliest Letter From ... » (x) The Sir Robert Rich CorrespondenceThe Earliest Letter From Bermuda and the Earliest Letter from any Extraterritorial British Colony in Private Han... £20,000 to £25,000
# 2 - The Sir Robert Rich Correspondence 1620 (24 Sept.) entire l... » (x) The Sir Robert Rich Correspondence1620 (24 Sept.) entire letter from John Hanmer to Sir Nathanial Rich at Allinton House, High Holborn, London, ha... £10,000 to £12,000
# 3 - The Sir Robert Rich Correspondence 1628 (16 Mar.) entire le... » (x) The Sir Robert Rich Correspondence1628 (16 Mar.) entire letter headed "Sumer Iland" from John Hanmer to Sir Nathanial Rich at Warwick House, Holbo... £5,000 to £6,000
# 4 - Forerunner Period There was no formal postal service to Berm... » (x) Forerunner PeriodThere was no formal postal service to Bermuda prior to 1806.There appears to have been no regular or systematic method of dealing... £1,500 to £2,000
# 5 - Forerunner Period There was no formal postal service to Berm... » (x) Forerunner PeriodThere was no formal postal service to Bermuda prior to 18061795 (1 Sept.) entire letter from James and William Perot, uncle and f... £1,200 to £1,500
# 6 - Forerunner Period There was no formal postal service to Berm... » (x) Forerunner PeriodThere was no formal postal service to Bermuda prior to 18061796 (4 May) double entire letter to Scotland carried on the Falmouth-... £1,500 to £2,000
# 7 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £800 to £1,000
# 8 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £400 to £500
# 9 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £300 to £400
# 10 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £300 to £400
# 11 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £1,200 to £1,500
# 12 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £1,000 to £1,200
# 13 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £400 to £500
# 14 - The Postmasters' Stamps W.B. Perot's First Issue at Hamilton... » (x) The Postmasters' StampsW.B. Perot's First Issue at Hamilton1849 1d. Black on Thick, Bluish Grey Paper1849 Perot's First Issue at Hamilton, 1d. bla... £120,000 to £150,000
# 15 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £250 to £300
# 16 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £350 to £400
# 17 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £500 to £600
# 18 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £1,000 to £1,200
# 19 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £500 to £600
# 20 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £150 to £200
# 21 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £800 to £1,000
# 22 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £600 to £700
# 23 - Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was es... » (x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures d... £2,000 to £2,500
# 24 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 17th. Century, recognised by Sir George Somers when he was shipwrecked... £3,000 to £3,500
# 25 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £800 to £1,000
# 26 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £800 to £1,000
# 27 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £500 to £600
# 28 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £800 to £1,000
# 29 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £800 to £1,000
# 30 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £800 to £1,000
# 31 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £600 to £800
# 32 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £800 to £1,000
# 33 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £2,500 to £3,000
# 34 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £1,000 to £1,200
# 35 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £8,000 to £10,000
# 36 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £1,000 to £1,200
# 37 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £1,000 to £1,200
# 38 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £9,000 to £10,000
# 39 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £3,000 to £4,000
# 40 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £800 to £1,000
# 41 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £800 to £1,000
# 42 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £1,000 to £1,200
# 43 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £3,000 to £3,500
# 44 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £2,500 to £3,000
# 45 - Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been a... » (x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British resto... £400 to £500
# 46 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £100 to £120
# 47 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £100 to £120
# 48 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £500 to £600
# 49 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £800 to £1,000
# 50 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £150 to £200
# 51 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £500 to £600
# 52 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £500 to £600
# 53 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £150 to £200
# 54 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £500 to £600
# 55 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £200 to £250
# 56 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £400 to £500
# 57 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £100 to £120
# 58 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £3,000 to £3,500
# 59 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £3,000 to £3,500
# 60 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £600 to £800
# 61 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £100 to £120
# 62 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £300 to £350
# 63 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £100 to £120
# 64 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £200 to £250
# 65 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £1,500 to £1,800
# 66 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £2,500 to £3,000
# 67 - Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular ... » (x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine... £2,500 to £3,000
# 68 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £800 to £1,000
# 69 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £250 to £300
# 70 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £120 to £150
# 71 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £500 to £600
# 72 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £250 to £300
# 73 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £300 to £400
# 74 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £500 to £600
# 75 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £80 to £100
# 76 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £800 to £1,000
# 77 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £500 to £600
# 78 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £300 to £350
# 79 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £1,200 to £1,500
# 80 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £100 to £120
# 81 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £800 to £1,000
# 82 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £700 to £800
# 83 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £1,000 to £1,200
# 84 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £800 to £1,000
# 85 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £100 to £120
# 86 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £400 to £500
# 87 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £500 to £600
# 88 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £120 to £150
# 89 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £100 to £120
# 90 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £400 to £500
# 91 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £140 to £180
# 92 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £250 to £300
# 93 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £150 to £200
# 94 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £100 to £120
# 95 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £80 to £100
# 96 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £300 to £350
# 97 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £400 to £500
# 98 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £700 to £800
# 99 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £1,500 to £1,800
# 100 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £1,000 to £1,200
# 101 - Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O.... » (x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806... £200 to £250
# 102 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £100 to £120
# 103 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £600 to £800
# 104 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £500 to £600
# 105 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £100 to £120
# 106 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £300 to £350
# 107 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £100 to £120
# 108 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £200 to £250
# 109 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £2,500 to £3,000
# 110 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £3,000 to £4,000
# 111 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £1,500 to £1,800
# 112 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £150 to £200
# 113 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £100 to £120
# 114 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £250 to £300
# 115 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £400 to £500
# 116 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £100 to £120
# 117 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £300 to £350
# 118 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £1,200 to £1,500
# 119 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £1,500 to £2,000
# 120 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £100 to £120
# 121 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £400 to £500
# 122 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £120 to £150
# 123 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £400 to £500
# 124 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £400 to £500
# 125 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £16,000 to £18,000
# 126 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £800 to £1,000
# 127 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £800 to £1,000
# 128 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £500 to £600
# 129 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £1,000 to £1,200
# 130 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £12,000 to £15,000
# 131 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £800 to £1,000
# 132 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £300 to £400
# 133 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £800 to £1,000
# 134 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £1,500 to £2,000
# 135 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £3,500 to £4,000
# 136 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £500 to £600
# 137 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £800 to £1,000
# 138 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £1,200 to £1,500
# 139 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £4,000 to £5,000
# 140 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £1,000 to £1,200
# 141 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £1,200 to £1,500
# 142 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £1,500 to £2,000
# 143 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £1,000 to £1,200
# 144 - Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty... » (x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlant... £1,500 to £2,000
# 145 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £250 to £300
# 146 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £100 to £120
# 147 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £100 to £120
# 148 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £300 to £350
# 149 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £150 to £200
# 150 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £120 to £150
# 151 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £300 to £350
# 152 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £100 to £120
# 153 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £60 to £80
# 154 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £300 to £400
# 155 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £200 to £250
# 156 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £350 to £400
# 157 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £300 to £400
# 158 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £200 to £250
# 159 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £200 to £250
# 160 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £2,000 to £2,500
# 161 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £300 to £350
# 162 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £200 to £250
# 163 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £1,500 to £2,000
# 164 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £500 to £600
# 165 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £100 to £120
# 166 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £150 to £200
# 167 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £250 to £300
# 168 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £400 to £500
# 169 - Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-185... » (x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communicati... £100 to £120
# 170 - Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 Augus... » (x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alt... £350 to £400
# 171 - Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 Augus... » (x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alt... £300 to £350
# 172 - Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 Augus... » (x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alt... £800 to £1,000
# 173 - Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 Augus... » (x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alt... £600 to £700
# 174 - Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 Augus... » (x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alt... £400 to £500
# 175 - Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 Augus... » (x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alt... £500 to £600
# 176 - Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 Augus... » (x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alt... £300 to £350
# 177 - Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 Augus... » (x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alt... £300 to £350
# 178 - Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 Augus... » (x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alt... £150 to £200
# 179 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £2,500 to £3,000
# 180 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £500 to £600
# 181 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £600 to £700
# 182 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £200 to £250
# 183 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £300 to £350
# 184 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £150 to £200
# 185 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £120 to £150
# 186 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £400 to £500
# 187 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £300 to £350
# 188 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £300 to £350
# 189 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £3,000 to £3,500
# 190 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £300 to £400
# 191 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £200 to £250
# 192 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £250 to £300
# 193 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £200 to £250
# 194 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £150 to £200
# 195 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £350 to £400
# 196 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £800 to £1,000
# 197 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £200 to £250
# 198 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £300 to £350
# 199 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £250 to £300
# 200 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £600 to £800
# 201 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £400 to £500
# 202 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £500 to £600
# 203 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £1,200 to £1,500
# 204 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £200 to £250
# 205 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £600 to £700
# 206 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £600 to £800
# 207 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £2,000 to £2,500
# 208 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £150 to £200
# 209 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £120 to £150
# 210 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £150 to £200
# 211 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £2,000 to £2,500
# 212 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £4,000 to £5,000
# 213 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £250 to £300
# 214 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £300 to £400
# 215 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £300 to £400
# 216 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £150 to £200
# 217 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £500 to £600
# 218 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £150 to £200
# 219 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £40,000 to £50,000
# 220 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £300 to £400
# 221 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £150 to £200
# 222 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £150 to £200
# 223 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £150 to £200
# 224 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £150 to £200
# 225 - Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cun... » (x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major chang... £1,000 to £1,200
Great Britain +
# 96- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 7, July 1833-June 1...
Military & Wars +
# 35- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeConcessionary RatesThe routing of military mail is not as easily explained as civilian mail. Mail was sent by the most expeditious method, us...
Thematics +
# 64- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationForwarding AgentsSix agents operated in Bermuda. Between them there are only ten recorded examples1841 (20 Aug.) entire letter from Turk's Islands "To the care of Messrs. G. & J. Laurie New York" and thence to William Burgess in Bermuda, rated "4d" and showing superb "ship" handstamp and Philadelphia...
United States +
# 58- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1865 yellow envelope, complete with letters dated 2 and 5 November, from Southampton "Pr. Eliza Barss" to Columbus, Wisconsin, bearing 1865 1d. rose-red wing-margin vertical pair sharing superb "9" K1 oval of bars and with largely fine Hamilton P5 datestamp alongside, additionally franked...
West Indies +
# 1- The Sir Robert Rich Correspondence The Earliest Letter From Bermuda and the Earliest Letter from any Extraterr... »
(x) The Sir Robert Rich CorrespondenceThe Earliest Letter From Bermuda and the Earliest Letter from any Extraterritorial British Colony in Private Hands1617 (22 May) entire letter from Charles Wolferston in Bermuda reporting on conditions there, carried on the George, a Company supply and transport ship, to Sir Robert Rich at "Hyghe Holborne", as an officer in the Somers Islands Company, the contents full of information about the colony after a quick voyage to Bermuda. He details some failure in whaling after the whales were too strong and swift for his crew to capture. The letter provides det...
# 2- The Sir Robert Rich Correspondence 1620 (24 Sept.) entire letter from John Hanmer to Sir Nathanial Rich at Al... »
(x) The Sir Robert Rich Correspondence1620 (24 Sept.) entire letter from John Hanmer to Sir Nathanial Rich at Allinton House, High Holborn, London, hand-carried on the Joseph, a Company ship, a purely personal letter including notice of the death of Sir Nathaniel's brother, Mr. Rich, in Portugal and "I rest at your Service from Portroyall. Photo Note: Another letter from the Rich correspondence is illustrated on page 3 of "Bermuda Mails to 1865" by Forand and Freelandprovenance:10th. Duke of ManchesterSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more inform...
# 3- The Sir Robert Rich Correspondence 1628 (16 Mar.) entire letter headed "Sumer Iland" from John Hanmer to Sir ... »
(x) The Sir Robert Rich Correspondence1628 (16 Mar.) entire letter headed "Sumer Iland" from John Hanmer to Sir Nathanial Rich at Warwick House, Holborn, London, writing to his employer about a shipment of tobacco and saying very clearly that this letter and an invoice are being sent by the ship Lydia, docketed as received on 28 April via Dartmouth. Public Records Office handstamp on face panel. A remarkable letter, it being virtually unheard of to have such explicit information about a specific carrier at this very early date. Photo provenance:10th. Duke of ManchesterSubject to 5% tax on Ham...
# 4- Forerunner Period There was no formal postal service to Bermuda prior to 1806. There appears to have been no r... »
(x) Forerunner PeriodThere was no formal postal service to Bermuda prior to 1806.There appears to have been no regular or systematic method of dealing with overseas mail or local letters until 1784. The earliest regular postal system in Bermuda was organised in January 1784 by Joseph Stockdale, an Englishman who emigrated to Bermuda and who founded the "Bermuda Gazette", the first newspaper to be published in the islands. In the third number, dated 31 January 1784, he commented that he had fixed a letter box on his gate "for the reception of all letters". Two weeks later he made note that he w...
# 5- Forerunner Period There was no formal postal service to Bermuda prior to 1806 ... »
(x) Forerunner PeriodThere was no formal postal service to Bermuda prior to 18061795 (1 Sept.) entire letter from James and William Perot, uncle and father respectively of future Postmaster, William Perot, "p Capt. Merser" of the Brig Molly to Messrs. Duteth & Wachsmuth, Merchants at Philadelphia, no charge marks though with Philadelphia Bishopmark on reverse; an interesting item related to loss of mail to privateers. Photo Note: During the period of the French Revolutionary Wars a considerable effort was made to suppress and disrupt French overseas trade. This included trade with the United ...
# 6- Forerunner Period There was no formal postal service to Bermuda prior to 1806 ... »
(x) Forerunner PeriodThere was no formal postal service to Bermuda prior to 18061796 (4 May) double entire letter to Scotland carried on the Falmouth-New York Packet, rated 1/- packet rate = 1/- to London 7d. to Glasgow = 2/7d. and showing, on reverse across join, a good strike of the "Halifax N-S./May 1795" boxed handstamp, rare with fewer than six strikes recorded, overstruck by London datestamp and with circular-framed "glas/gow" handstamp on face. The only known cover from Bermuda by the Falmouth packet prior to the establishment of a regular service in 1806. Photo Subject to 5% tax on Ha...
# 7- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period5d. Rate Period, 1812-42: 5d. per sheet until October 1817, 5d. for the first two sheets and 5d. for each additional sheet from 1818 until 1835, and then 5d. up to three sheets. Maximum was 1/3d. at all times1812 (21 Aug.) entire letter from London "p Catherine" to Messers. Wadson & Astwood, handled and rated by the first official Bermuda Postmaster, John Till, at "1/3d" as a triple 5d. per sheet rate and then corrected to the dou...
# 8- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period5d. Rate Period, 1812-42: 5d. per sheet until October 1817, 5d. for the first two sheets and 5d. for each additional sheet from 1818 until 1835, and then 5d. up to three sheets. Maximum was 1/3d. at all times1818 entire to John Dickenson, Merchant at St. George's "Bermuda", marked "Recd from St. Georges 10d" in the handwriting of William B. Perot. Bermuda included in the address but as there are no off-island postal markings this ...
# 9- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period5d. Rate Period, 1812-42: 5d. per sheet until October 1817, 5d. for the first two sheets and 5d. for each additional sheet from 1818 until 1835, and then 5d. up to three sheets. Maximum was 1/3d. at all times1818 (4 July) entire letter from London "p Packet" to Wadson & Astwood, marked "(Single sheet) Paid 2/2" and with London Paid datestamp on face, sent by the packet Speedy to Halifax and Bermuda, upon arrival during a post offi...
# 10- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period5d. Rate Period, 1812-42: 5d. per sheet until October 1817, 5d. for the first two sheets and 5d. for each additional sheet from 1818 until 1835, and then 5d. up to three sheets. Maximum was 1/3d. at all times1839 (20 Nov.) entire letter from Norfolk, Virginia, care of Middleton & Co., New York to "Heron Bay Bermuda", a small town north of Southampton, rated "25" U.S. internal and "5" Bermuda internal and showing despatch datestamp...
# 11- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period1d. Rate Period, Pre-Adhesive 1842-65 including The Postmasters Stamps1844 (1 June) entire letter from William B. Perot to the Speaker and Members of the House of Assembly, being a summarised "Return shewing the number of Letters transmitted by the Penny Post at Hamilton to St. Georges from First June 1843 to 1st. June 1844", recording a total of some 3,795 items sent Inland and 3,769 by Packet Letter, signed "Wm. B. Perot", marke...
# 12- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period1d. Rate Period, Pre-Adhesive 1842-65 including The Postmasters Stamps1846 (4 Feb.) entire letter from St. George's to William A. Astwood "care of Ingham & Frith, Hamilton", showing light "bermuda/paid" datestamp (P1) alongside manuscript "Too late", the reverse with manuscript "Hamilton Feby 5 1846 Forwarded by your most Ot Servt. S.S. Ingham". Fine and a most unusual instructional and forwarding agent combination cover. Photo p...
# 13- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period1d. Rate Period, Pre-Adhesive 1842-65 including The Postmasters Stamps1847 (11 June) small entire letter from George Clerk at Ireland Island to A Ewing at Hamilton requesting the price of ladies stockings, showing a fine strike of the "ireland-island/bermuda" datestamp (PM5); fine and scarce. Photo provenance:Sir Henry Tucker, October 1978Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more inform...
# 14- The Postmasters' Stamps W.B. Perot's First Issue at Hamilton 1849 1d. Black on Thick, Bluish Grey Paper ... »
(x) The Postmasters' StampsW.B. Perot's First Issue at Hamilton1849 1d. Black on Thick, Bluish Grey Paper1849 Perot's First Issue at Hamilton, 1d. black on thick, bluish grey paper dated "1849", a superb crisp strike of the handstamp with clear "One Penny" and "W.B. Perot" signature, cut round whilst barely impinging on designA beautiful example of this renowned classic rarity of which four examples are known struck in black. Of these two are dated 1848, whilst this and one other are dated 1849B.P.A. Certificate (1987). SC. X1a; S.G. O2, £200,000. Photo Note: Only eleven examples of Perot's F...
# 15- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period1d. Rate Period, Pre-Adhesive 1842-65 including The Postmasters Stamps1849 (23 Oct.) O.H.M.S. entire (212x92mm.) from the Court of General Assize at Hamilton to the Justices of Peace at Southampton, showing a superb strike of the "hamilton/bermuda" datestamp in red (PM4, an early usage); fine and scarce with official mail seldom seen. Photo Note: Illustrated on page 44 of "Bermuda Mails to 1865" by Forand and FreelandSubject to 5...
# 16- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period1d. Rate Period, Pre-Adhesive 1842-65 including The Postmasters Stamps1853 (25 May) from St. George's "with a boy" to Butterfield at Hamilton, showing "st. georges/bermuda" datestamp (P3I, short arcs) in red. Photo Note: Only two covers are known specifying such internal carriage by a postal employee. One is dated 1758, "p. servt." This one from 1853 is the only one known after the passage of the 1848 Act which permitted a delive...
# 17- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period1d. Rate Period, Pre-Adhesive 1842-65 including The Postmasters Stamps1858 (2 Feb.) envelope from Halifax "p Delta" to St. George's, showing light "halifax/paid/nova scotia" tombstone datestamp and manuscript "4" (for B.N.A. rate) + 1d. = "5", the 1d. internal rate almost never noted on incoming covers; repaired tear at top of face panel and a couple of other small imperfections though most unusual. Photo Note: This is one of onl...
# 18- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period1d. Rate Period, Pre-Adhesive 1842-65 including The Postmasters Stamps1865 (6 July) envelope (complete with contents regarding a small claim against the Colony) to Hamilton, showing light "bermuda/st. g/paid" datestamp in red (P5); envelope with some minor creasing, otherwise fine and very rare with only five examples recorded. Photo Illustrated on page 88 of "Bermuda Mails to 1865" by Forand and Freeland provenance:Sir Henry Tuc...
# 19- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period1d. Rate Adhesive Period from 1865The first postage stamps were issued on 26 September 1865 and their issue obviated the need for the Postmasters Stamps. The new stamps were issued in conjunction with new cancelling devices as well as new datestamps, initially with the town's numeral below "Paid" although this was later removed1867 (2 Jan.) entire letter from Southampton West to Hillside Cottage, Hamilton, most uncommonly folded i...
# 20- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period1d. Rate Adhesive Period from 1865The first postage stamps were issued on 26 September 1865 and their issue obviated the need for the Postmasters Stamps. The new stamps were issued in conjunction with new cancelling devices as well as new datestamps, initially with the town's numeral below "Paid" although this was later removed1867 (17 Feb.) envelope from Hamilton and addressed locally to the Hamilton Hotel, bearing 1d. rose-red w...
# 21- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period1d. Rate Adhesive Period from 1865The first postage stamps were issued on 26 September 1865 and their issue obviated the need for the Postmasters Stamps. The new stamps were issued in conjunction with new cancelling devices as well as new datestamps, initially with the town's numeral below "Paid" although this was later removed1867 (6 Mar.) envelope from Warwick to Charles C. Keane at Pembroke, bearing 1d. rose-red cancelled with ...
# 22- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period1d. Rate Adhesive Period from 1865The first postage stamps were issued on 26 September 1865 and their issue obviated the need for the Postmasters Stamps. The new stamps were issued in conjunction with new cancelling devices as well as new datestamps, initially with the town's numeral below "Paid" although this was later removed1871 (10 Oct.) from St. George's to Henry Trott on Long Bird Island, marked in red ink "The Post Office A...
# 23- Internal Mail On May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There ... »
(x) Internal MailOn May 20, 1812 an official Post Office was established on the island for the first time. There were three official rate structures during the period1d. Rate Adhesive Period from 1865The first postage stamps were issued on 26 September 1865 and their issue obviated the need for the Postmasters Stamps. The new stamps were issued in conjunction with new cancelling devices as well as new datestamps, initially with the town's numeral below "Paid" although this was later removed1876 (4 Jan.) envelope, complete with contents headed "Harrington Place", from Harrington Sound to Hamilt...
# 24- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 17th. Century, recognised by Sir ... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 17th. Century, recognised by Sir George Somers when he was shipwrecked there in 1610. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeThe War of 1812During the War of 1812 the packets were transferred to milita...
# 25- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeThe War of 1812During the War of 1812 the packets were transferred to military duty. Mail from Bermuda was then carried either by regular shi...
# 26- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeThe American Civil War BlockadeDuring the American Civil War, the North sought to cut off the South from its cotton markets with Europe with ...
# 27- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeThe American Civil War BlockadeDuring the American Civil War, the North sought to cut off the South from its cotton markets with Europe with ...
# 28- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeThe American Civil War BlockadeDuring the American Civil War, the North sought to cut off the South from its cotton markets with Europe with ...
# 29- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeThe American Civil War BlockadeDuring the American Civil War, the North sought to cut off the South from its cotton markets with Europe with ...
# 30- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeThe American Civil War BlockadeDuring the American Civil War, the North sought to cut off the South from its cotton markets with Europe with ...
# 31- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeThe American Civil War BlockadeDuring the American Civil War, the North sought to cut off the South from its cotton markets with Europe with ...
# 32- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeThe American Civil War BlockadeDuring the American Civil War, the North sought to cut off the South from its cotton markets with Europe with ...
# 33- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeThe American Civil War BlockadeDuring the American Civil War, the North sought to cut off the South from its cotton markets with Europe with ...
# 34- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeThe American Civil War BlockadeDuring the American Civil War, the North sought to cut off the South from its cotton markets with Europe with ...
# 36- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeConcessionary RatesThe routing of military mail is not as easily explained as civilian mail. Mail was sent by the most expeditious method, us...
# 37- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeConcessionary RatesThe routing of military mail is not as easily explained as civilian mail. Mail was sent by the most expeditious method, us...
# 38- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeConcessionary RatesThe routing of military mail is not as easily explained as civilian mail. Mail was sent by the most expeditious method, us...
# 39- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeConcessionary RatesThe routing of military mail is not as easily explained as civilian mail. Mail was sent by the most expeditious method, us...
# 40- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeConcessionary RatesThe routing of military mail is not as easily explained as civilian mail. Mail was sent by the most expeditious method, us...
# 41- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeConcessionary RatesThe routing of military mail is not as easily explained as civilian mail. Mail was sent by the most expeditious method, us...
# 42- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeConcessionary RatesThe routing of military mail is not as easily explained as civilian mail. Mail was sent by the most expeditious method, us...
# 43- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeConcessionary RatesThe routing of military mail is not as easily explained as civilian mail. Mail was sent by the most expeditious method, us...
# 44- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeConcessionary RatesThe routing of military mail is not as easily explained as civilian mail. Mail was sent by the most expeditious method, us...
# 45- Military Mail The strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the... »
(x) Military MailThe strategic importance of Bermuda had been apparent from the 18th. Century. In 1795, after the Revolutionary War, the British restored bases its bases on the American continent though it wasn't until the War of 1812 that there was a significant increase in the British naval presence on Bermuda. She became the winter home of the Atlantic fleet and the principal naval port between Halifax and the B.W.I. Halifax was the fleet's summer homeConcessionary RatesThe routing of military mail is not as easily explained as civilian mail. Mail was sent by the most expeditious method, us...
# 46- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1811 (29 Mar.) "bootleg" entire letter per "Schooner Barbara, Lieut. Dickens" to New York, placed in the mails with prepayment of "1" c. drop letter rate and with arrival datestamp (10.4) on face provenance:Morris H. Ludington, June 1999Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20...
# 47- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1815 (28 Mar.) entire letter "Per Favour of Mr. Hezekiah Frith" to Philadelphia (14.4) and then to New York, rated "37½"c. at the War of 1812 double rate for 90-150 miles of 18¾c. and showing Philadelphia transit datestamp on face; some separations at folds, otherwise clean and attractive...
# 48- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1822 (4 Apr.) entire letter "p Brig Douglas & Belfast" from Thomas Driver to his mother in London, rated "1/3" (deleted) and twice "2/6" and showing framed "belfast/ship letter" handstamp (S4), the reverse with a fine initialled black wax seal and showing faint "bermuda" fleuron datestamp...
# 49- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1823 (15 July) entire letter ex the Saumarez correspondence from Cape of Good Hope to H.M. Salisbury at Guernsey with ship letter rating of "1/6" (deleted), upon arrival redirected "Via Falmouth" to him on board H.M.S. Salisbury at Bermuda, whence she had gone and newly rated with packet ...
# 50- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1823 (30 Nov.) entire letter from William Tucker "pr. H.M.S. Sparrowhawke" (a Naval vessel) to Aston near Derby, rated "1/4" (deleted) and "1/7" and showing step-type "portsmouth/ship letter" (S13) in red, London datestamp on reverse; the contents mentioning the loss of his situation as B...
# 51- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1830 (23 Aug.) small "bootleg" entire letter from Saxony "by Halifax Mail" to "Edward Ward Esq., Royal Engineer, Bermudah". Very rare with only two covers from Germany to Bermuda recorded. See also lot 104. Photo Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium...
# 52- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1838 (4 Aug.) entire letter from Guayama, Puerto Rico "pr Avalanche" via Baltimore and care of Tucker & Lawries in New York to William & Astwood, Bermuda, rated "77" cents and "10d" (5d. internal = 5d. incoming ship rate, both for up to triple weight) and showing Baltimore "ship" handstam...
# 53- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1852 (22 Jan.) entire letter per "Bark Eliza Barss" via New York to New Haven, Connecticut and showing fine "new york/ship/7 cts" datestamp (2c. ship rate + 5c. internal postage). A very early cover carried on the Eliza Barss, that was registered in 1852, and accompanied by an 1867 Bill o...
# 54- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1855 (20 Sept.) entire via Baltimore to Bermuda, rated "4" and showing a presentable example of the very rare St. George's "bermuda/ship letter" handstamp (S1, Type 2 with "b" of "bermuda" over "i" of "ship), the reverse showing superb oval-framed "forwarded/by/joseph c. yates,/baltimore....
# 55- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1862 (18 Feb.) pink envelope from St. George's "per S.S. Cleopatra" to London, rated "6" in red crayon and showing a good strike of the "st. georges-bermuda/paid" datestamp (P3, Type II with long arcs), the reverse with superb "plymouth/ship.letter" (S9) datestamp (6.3) and arrival datest...
# 56- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1863 (15 Dec.) double rate unpaid ship letter envelope, complete with contents, "per E Barss, Cpt. Frith" to Tiffany & Co., New York, marked "Ship Letter.", rated "20" and with large part New York Ship Letter datestamp (20.12); tear at right of face panel and other minor imperfections, ot...
# 57- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1864 (3 June) double rate entire letter from Halifax "per Brig Mathilda" (a Danish vessel) to Hamilton, rated "8" in blue crayon and showing, on reverse (seal removed), "st. georges/bermuda" datestamp (PM5) across join. An unusual carriage by a non-British ship which was no doubt serving ...
# 59- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1866 (14 May) "Consignee" entire letter from London "p Minnie Ha Ha" to Thomas Ewing at St. George's, showing fine "bermuda/ship letter" (S1) in black and with "st. georges/bermuda" PM5 arrival datestamp (22.5) on reverse; crease and a few worm holes clear of the handstamp. Exceptionally ...
# 60- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1866 (29 Aug.) mourning envelope from Philadelphia via forwarding agents Middleton & Co., New York who sent it to Bermuda on the Eliza Barss, bearing U.S. 3c. pink with cork cancellation and alongside Philadelphia datestamp, marked "2d" in blue crayon to signify 2d. due to Bermuda under a...
# 61- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1873 (27 Mar.) envelope from New York "p E Barss" to J. Butterfield "Clerk H.M. Council" Bermuda, hand-delivered to and forwarded by Middleton & Co. with small dated handstamp in blue on reverse, manuscript "2" ship fee in blue crayon Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% ...
# 62- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationShip Letters1873? (5 Sept.) double rate envelope from Covington, La, via Middleton & Co., New York, on the Eliza Barss to Bermuda, bearing 3c. green vertical pair (one with small faults at left) sharing double strike target obliterator and with despatch datestamp alongside, manuscript "2" ship fee in...
# 63- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationForwarding AgentsSix agents operated in Bermuda. Between them there are only ten recorded examples1820 (c.) entire from Philadelphia to New Bern, North Carolina and upon arrival marked on reverse "Forwarded by your Obedient Servant John Spencer West" being re-addressed to St. George's, showing despat...
# 65- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationForwarding AgentsSix agents operated in Bermuda. Between them there are only ten recorded examples1845 (29 Aug.) entire letter from Alexandria, Va. marked "via New York" and "care Messrs. Middleton & Co. New York", thence by Brigantine Princess Royal to William Astwood at Hamilton, showing despatch d...
# 66- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationForwarding AgentsSix agents operated in Bermuda. Between them there are only ten recorded examples1850 (c.) envelope "Per Brig Devonshire" to Boston showing, on reverse, oval-framed "br. wilson higgs/bermuda" forwarding agents cachet (FA2, the sole example recorded) and, on face, "new york/ship/5 cts...
# 67- Ship Letters Because private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the co... »
(x) Ship LettersBecause private ships did not maintain regular schedules, unless the ship is identified on the cover it is very difficult to determine what vessel carried a particular letter. The Bermuda Royal Gazette recorded the appropriate shipping news often permitting the ship's identificationForwarding AgentsSix agents operated in Bermuda. Between them there are only ten recorded examples1864 (3 June) double weight entire letter from Liverpool to Petersburg, Virginia, per Cunard Africa to Halifax and thence per Alpha to Bermuda, forwarded from Bermuda with oval-framed "Forwarded by/r.s. ...
# 68- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 1, October 1806-February...
# 69- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 2, War of 1812 Peri...
# 70- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 3, April 1815-Octob...
# 71- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 3, April 1815-Octob...
# 72- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 3, April 1815-Octob...
# 73- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 3, April 1815-Octob...
# 74- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 3, April 1815-Octob...
# 75- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 4, November 1823-De...
# 76- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 4, November 1823-De...
# 77- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 4, November 1823-De...
# 78- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 4, November 1823-De...
# 79- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 5 with three sub-ro...
# 80- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 5 with three sub-ro...
# 81- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 5 with three sub-ro...
# 82- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 5 with three sub-ro...
# 83- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 5 with three sub-ro...
# 84- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 5 with three sub-ro...
# 85- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 6, October 1827-Jun...
# 86- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 6, October 1827-Jun...
# 87- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 6, October 1827-Jun...
# 88- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 6, October 1827-Jun...
# 89- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 6, October 1827-Jun...
# 90- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 6, October 1827-Jun...
# 91- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 6, October 1827-Jun...
# 92- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 6, October 1827-Jun...
# 93- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 6, October 1827-Jun...
# 94- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 7, July 1833-June 1...
# 95- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 7, July 1833-June 1...
# 97- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 7, July 1833-June 1...
# 98- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 7, July 1833-June 1...
# 99- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 7, July 1833-June 1...
# 100- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 7, July 1833-June 1...
# 101- Packet Letters G.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840 The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North Am... »
(x) Packet LettersG.P.O./Admiralty Period, 1806-1840The G.P.O. continued its Falmouth Packet service to North America, extending it to Bermuda in 1806 in response to military needs. At first the G.P.O. had a virtual monopoly on the North America route though by 1823 competition from American companies rendered the service unprofitable and the Admiralty assumed responsibility for it since military needs remained unchangedThe service went underwent a number of route changes before it was finally abandoned in 1840 and contracted to Cunard. There are seven different routesRoute 7, July 1833-June 1...
# 102- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 1, May 1840-July 1848, Sail to HalifaxCunard sailing vessels carried mail between Bermuda and Halifax twice a month though only once a month during the winterThe route wa...
# 103- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 1, May 1840-July 1848, Sail to HalifaxCunard sailing vessels carried mail between Bermuda and Halifax twice a month though only once a month during the winterThe route wa...
# 104- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 1, May 1840-July 1848, Sail to HalifaxCunard sailing vessels carried mail between Bermuda and Halifax twice a month though only once a month during the winterThe route wa...
# 105- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 2, August 1848-June 1854, Steam and sail as neededEven after Cunard's switch from sail to steam between Halifax and Bermuda the monthly winter and bi-weekly summer schedu...
# 106- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 2, August 1848-June 1854, Steam and sail as neededEven after Cunard's switch from sail to steam between Halifax and Bermuda the monthly winter and bi-weekly summer schedu...
# 107- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 2, August 1848-June 1854, Steam and sail as neededEven after Cunard's switch from sail to steam between Halifax and Bermuda the monthly winter and bi-weekly summer schedu...
# 108- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 2, August 1848-June 1854, Steam and sail as neededEven after Cunard's switch from sail to steam between Halifax and Bermuda the monthly winter and bi-weekly summer schedu...
# 109- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 2, August 1848-June 1854, Steam and sail as neededEven after Cunard's switch from sail to steam between Halifax and Bermuda the monthly winter and bi-weekly summer schedu...
# 110- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesThe Levantine CrisisThe Levantine was registered to Cunard on 1 November 1851, intended for the Halifax-Bermuda run. She arrived in Halifax on 26 November. On her first trip sh...
# 111- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 3, November 1850-June 1854 When the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company abandoned its service from Southampton to Bermuda and St. Thomas in August 1850, Cunard took over the ...
# 112- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 113- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 114- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 115- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 116- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 117- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 118- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 119- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 120- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 121- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 122- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 123- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 124- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 125- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 126- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 127- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 128- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 129- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 130- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 131- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 132- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 133- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 134- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 135- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 136- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 137- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 138- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 139- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 140- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 141- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 4, July 1854-December 1867At this time Cunard stopped at Halifax on its bi-weekly run to New York, its bi-weekly service to Boston stopped at Halifax on the return trip o...
# 142- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 5, August 1861-September 1868Transatlantic Closed MailThis was another route from Great Britain to New York by Cunard steamer from Liverpool, thence by sailing vessel (no...
# 143- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 5, August 1861-September 1868Transatlantic Closed MailThis was another route from Great Britain to New York by Cunard steamer from Liverpool, thence by sailing vessel (no...
# 144- Packet Letters The Cunard Line, 1833-1886 The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter C... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Cunard Line, 1833-1886The last Admiralty packet left Falmouth on 6 June 1840, Thereafter Cunard steamers assumed the transatlantic route under contract to the Admiralty, using Liverpool as their home base. From January 1848, Cunard's transatlantic service altered weekly between Boston and New York, however after July 1848 the New York steamers did not stop at Halifax. There are five different routesRoute 5, August 1861-September 1868Transatlantic Closed MailThis was another route from Great Britain to New York by Cunard steamer from Liverpool, thence by sailing vessel (no...
# 145- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 146- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 147- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 148- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 149- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 150- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 151- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 152- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 153- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 154- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 155- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 156- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 157- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 158- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 159- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routed d...
# 160- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 161- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 162- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 163- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 164- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 165- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 166- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 167- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 168- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 169- Packet Letters The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850 The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed t... »
(x) Packet LettersThe Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 1842-1850The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company was formed to take advantage of faster communications offered by steam power, initially for the West Indies though including a few Mexican ports. In 1847, as trade with Mexico increased, additional routes to the western Caribbean and east coast of Mexico were added. There were two contracts with the RMSP involving stops at Bermuda between 1854 and 1850. After 1 August 1850, RMSP ceased stopping at Bermuda, and Cunard's Halifax route became the principal one from Bermuda. There were four routes d...
# 170- Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850 There were three routes involving Bermuda. ... »
(x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alternated every two weeks on the 16th. and 2nd. After 7 May 1848 the West Indies route was extended to New YorkBermuda was the first stop on all three routes, where the route split, south west to Mexico (Route 5), south to St. Thomas (Route 6), and northwest to New York (Route 7). Homeward bound mail on all three routes passed through Bermuda. After August 1850, RMSP stopped all service to concentrate on the more lucrative Mexican routesRoute 5, Th...
# 171- Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850 There were three routes involving Bermuda. ... »
(x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alternated every two weeks on the 16th. and 2nd. After 7 May 1848 the West Indies route was extended to New YorkBermuda was the first stop on all three routes, where the route split, south west to Mexico (Route 5), south to St. Thomas (Route 6), and northwest to New York (Route 7). Homeward bound mail on all three routes passed through Bermuda. After August 1850, RMSP stopped all service to concentrate on the more lucrative Mexican routesRoute 5, Th...
# 172- Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850 There were three routes involving Bermuda. ... »
(x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alternated every two weeks on the 16th. and 2nd. After 7 May 1848 the West Indies route was extended to New YorkBermuda was the first stop on all three routes, where the route split, south west to Mexico (Route 5), south to St. Thomas (Route 6), and northwest to New York (Route 7). Homeward bound mail on all three routes passed through Bermuda. After August 1850, RMSP stopped all service to concentrate on the more lucrative Mexican routesRoute 5, Th...
# 173- Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850 There were three routes involving Bermuda. ... »
(x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alternated every two weeks on the 16th. and 2nd. After 7 May 1848 the West Indies route was extended to New YorkBermuda was the first stop on all three routes, where the route split, south west to Mexico (Route 5), south to St. Thomas (Route 6), and northwest to New York (Route 7). Homeward bound mail on all three routes passed through Bermuda. After August 1850, RMSP stopped all service to concentrate on the more lucrative Mexican routesRoute 5, Th...
# 174- Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850 There were three routes involving Bermuda. ... »
(x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alternated every two weeks on the 16th. and 2nd. After 7 May 1848 the West Indies route was extended to New YorkBermuda was the first stop on all three routes, where the route split, south west to Mexico (Route 5), south to St. Thomas (Route 6), and northwest to New York (Route 7). Homeward bound mail on all three routes passed through Bermuda. After August 1850, RMSP stopped all service to concentrate on the more lucrative Mexican routesRoute 5, Th...
# 175- Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850 There were three routes involving Bermuda. ... »
(x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alternated every two weeks on the 16th. and 2nd. After 7 May 1848 the West Indies route was extended to New YorkBermuda was the first stop on all three routes, where the route split, south west to Mexico (Route 5), south to St. Thomas (Route 6), and northwest to New York (Route 7). Homeward bound mail on all three routes passed through Bermuda. After August 1850, RMSP stopped all service to concentrate on the more lucrative Mexican routesRoute 5, Th...
# 176- Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850 There were three routes involving Bermuda. ... »
(x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alternated every two weeks on the 16th. and 2nd. After 7 May 1848 the West Indies route was extended to New YorkBermuda was the first stop on all three routes, where the route split, south west to Mexico (Route 5), south to St. Thomas (Route 6), and northwest to New York (Route 7). Homeward bound mail on all three routes passed through Bermuda. After August 1850, RMSP stopped all service to concentrate on the more lucrative Mexican routesRoute 6, Th...
# 177- Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850 There were three routes involving Bermuda. ... »
(x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alternated every two weeks on the 16th. and 2nd. After 7 May 1848 the West Indies route was extended to New YorkBermuda was the first stop on all three routes, where the route split, south west to Mexico (Route 5), south to St. Thomas (Route 6), and northwest to New York (Route 7). Homeward bound mail on all three routes passed through Bermuda. After August 1850, RMSP stopped all service to concentrate on the more lucrative Mexican routesRoute 6, Th...
# 178- Packet Letters RMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850 There were three routes involving Bermuda. ... »
(x) Packet LettersRMSP Second Contract, 2 November 1847-1 August 1850There were three routes involving Bermuda. The Mexico and West Indies packets alternated every two weeks on the 16th. and 2nd. After 7 May 1848 the West Indies route was extended to New YorkBermuda was the first stop on all three routes, where the route split, south west to Mexico (Route 5), south to St. Thomas (Route 6), and northwest to New York (Route 7). Homeward bound mail on all three routes passed through Bermuda. After August 1850, RMSP stopped all service to concentrate on the more lucrative Mexican routesRoute 7, Ne...
# 179- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and Private Vessels1871 (3 June) envelope from St. George's to New York, per Delta ...
# 180- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and Private Vessels1872 (13 Jan.) double rate entire letter from Trinidad to Lockpo...
# 181- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. To EnglandAfter 1850 the RMSP no longer stopped at Bermuda, se...
# 182- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. To The United StatesMail for Bermuda and north was left by RMS...
# 183- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. To The United StatesMail for Bermuda and north was left by RMS...
# 184- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. To The United StatesMail for Bermuda and north was left by RMS...
# 185- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. To The United StatesMail for Bermuda and north was left by RMS...
# 186- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. To British North AmericaLike mail to the U.S., that to British...
# 187- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. To British North AmericaLike mail to the U.S., that to British...
# 188- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. To British North AmericaLike mail to the U.S., that to British...
# 189- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. Within The Caribbean1853 (4 Feb.) entire letter from Alexandri...
# 190- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. Within The Caribbean1856 (28 May) entire letter from Puerto Ri...
# 191- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. Within The Caribbean1858 (5 June) envelope from Bermuda to Dem...
# 192- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. Within The Caribbean1859 (11 Mar.) mourning envelope from Brit...
# 193- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. Within The Caribbean1862 (28 July) envelope large part front a...
# 194- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. Within The Caribbean1865 (23 Aug.) entire letter from Barbados...
# 195- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard Vessels and RMSP Co. Within The Caribbean1874 (12 Aug.) Lattimer & Co. printed Mont...
# 196- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and Contract or Crop Vessels, 1868-73When Cunard's route to New York ended in 1854,...
# 197- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 198- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 199- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 200- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 201- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 202- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 203- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 204- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 205- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Inman Line, 1 January 1868-June 1871After 1 January 1868, Cunard lost the c...
# 206- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Inman Line, 1 January 1868-June 1871After 1 January 1868, Cunard lost the c...
# 207- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Inman Line, 1 January 1868-June 1871After 1 January 1868, Cunard lost the c...
# 208- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Inman Line, 1 January 1868-June 1871After 1 January 1868, Cunard lost the c...
# 209- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Inman Line, 1 January 1868-June 1871After 1 January 1868, Cunard lost the c...
# 210- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Allan Line, January 1871-December 1877The Allan Line was a Canadian company...
# 211- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Allan Line, January 1871-December 1877The Allan Line was a Canadian company...
# 212- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Allan Line, January 1871-December 1877The Allan Line was a Canadian company...
# 213- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Allan Line, January 1871-December 1877The Allan Line was a Canadian company...
# 214- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Allan Line, January 1871-December 1877The Allan Line was a Canadian company...
# 215- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 216- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 217- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 218- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 219- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 220- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 221- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 222- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 223- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 224- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesCunard and The Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship CompanyThis line offered direct service betwe...
# 225- Packet Letters Other Carriers In Conjunction With Cunard Cunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 ... »
(x) Packet LettersOther Carriers In Conjunction With CunardCunard operated throughout the period from 1827-1877 and beyond. There were two major changes in Cunard's relationship with other carriers. The first was the RMSP's abandonment of her British stops after 1850. The other was Cunard's loss of her transatlantic contract to Inman in 1868. These changes made the Cunard Bermuda-Halifax connection more importantThe following section illustrates the inter-relationships between Cunard, RMSP and other linesAfter the establishment of the GPU and the anticipated formation of the UPU to include the...