[From Slater's Directory,1852]


CASTLETOWN is a well-built respectable market town in the parish of Malew, and is the capital of the island, being the seat of the insular government ; it is 12 miles S. from Peel, 16 S. from Kirk Michael, 9½ S.W. from Douglas, 25 S.W. from Ramsey, and 4 E. from Port St. Mary. It consists of several good streets, all clean and in good repairs. Over the small river which forms the port is a stone bridge for carriages, and below that is a wooden drawbridge for foot passengers. The bay, which is in the form of a horse shoe, is spacious, but rocky; there is a buoy on the Lheeahro Rock at the entrance to the bay, which is covered at Spring tides at two hours flood, and large vessels can enter the harbour at low water. There is very good anchorage. A fine pier, terminated by a lighthouse, has been erected within the last few years ; the streets of the town have been Macadamized, which gives them. a clean appearance; and. other improvements are in progress. In the centre of the town stands Castle Rushen,a noble specimen of Gothic architecture which according to tradition, was built by Gnttred in 960; the workmen who were making some alterations in the castle in 1815, however, found a beam bearing the date '947';it is, therefore, conjectured that the castle was erected in that year. The walls are from seven to twelve feet thick, from seventy to eighty feet high, and the limestone of which they are composed is as fiesh as though it had been taken from the quarry only a few years since. Eleven new cells have recently been added to the gao1, where prisoners convicted of the more serious clases of offences are confined; and a female gaoler also been appointed. Robert Bruce, King of Scotland, besieged this fortress for six months, in the year 1313; it is now used as the permanent prison of the island, and also for holding the insular courts. Those of the chancery and exchequer are held on the first Thursday of every month except January and September, but, if necessary, special courts are called; a court of common law sits in February, May, July and October; a court of general gaol delivery takes place twice a year and oftener should the lieutenant-governor deem it requisite; the deemster's court sits every alternate Monday, the water bailiff's and high bailiff's courts every Saturday, the insular debtors' court in the months of February and August, and a Tynwald court the 5th of July: The House of Keys court sits once a year for the the purpose of hearing appeals from the courts of common law,and the governor can, at any time convene the Keys tor the consideration of legislative matters,

There is little in the way of manufacturing here; but from the frequent sittings of different courts of law, and the number of pupils educated at the college, the town generally presents an animated appearance. Considerable quantities of agricultural produce are brought to the market place, which forms a fine area, almost square, ornamented in the centre with a chaste fluted freestone column, nearly fifty feet. high, in the Grecian style, erected, in 1836, to the memory of the late venerable Lieutenant-Governor C. Smelt. There is a branch of the Isle of Man Commercial Banking Company here, of which Mr. Gell is the manager.

The places of worship are the parish church, one mile and a quarter north of Castletown (the living in the gift of the crown) Saint Thomas's Chapel, forming part of King William's College; and Saint Mary's Chapel on one side of the parade; the latter, which was first erected in 1608) and rebuilt in 1826, is a chaplaincy in the gift of the governor; the present incumbent is the Rev George S, Parsons, the government chaplain, This gentleman has purchased the principal part of the property in College-lane, near the grammar school, a large portion of which he has converted, at a considerable expense, into alms-houses or dwellings for the blind, aged and infirm poor. About twenty of these are, by the munificence of the reverend gentleman, provided with comfortable homes and separate apartments, over the entrance to each of which is a suitable text of scripture, Some of them are employed at the spinning-wheel, or other occupations as their age and infirmities allow, by which they earn a small pittance, while the remainder of their wants are supplied by their kind benefactor There are commodious cellars under the same buildings; where coals, potatoes, &c. are gratuitously distributed to the poor during winter, from donations collected by Mr, Parsons from the governor, and gentry, &c, of the town and neighbourhood. In the same street are alms-houses for four widows, left by the late respected and benevolent Robert Quayle, Esq. of West hill. The Wesleyan and Primitive Methodists have each a chapel. and there is one for Roman Catholics in College green.

Half a mile north-east of the town, and about three hundred yards from the shore; stands King William's College, one of the finest public buildings in the Isle, erected in 1840, in the early English style; it is two hundred and ten feet long and one hundred and thirty- five feet broad, including Saint Thomas' chapel, which stretches from the centre at right angles with the college; from the intersection rises a square embattled tower, ninety-seven feet high. The buildings cost upwards of £6500 the accumulated funds left for educational and other purposes in the hands of trustees supplied £2,692. 1s. 5d,, and the remainder was furnished by voluntary subscriptions. One hundred and thirty pupils, chiefly boarders, are educated in the college, and are prepared for the British and Irish universities, and for the professions; and several students are educated on the foundation for the Manx church. The college contains four spacious class-rooms, and a library is attached to the institution: The masters are voluntarily and gratuiteously instructing twenty-two boys, the greater number of whom are sons of the Manx clegy. On the 14th of January, 1844, the college with the exeception of the vice-principal's house was destroyed by fire, but was restored by the liberal contributions of friends in the Island, and was rendered more commodious than before. There is an excellent grammar school, in College-lane; and in the same street is Halsall's school, for the free education of twenty children. Saint Mary's national school, Hope street, has been furnished with a good library by the Rev. Mr. Parsons. Taubman's school, Douglas street, is for teaching gratuitously, twenty-five boys the usual branches of education, together with navigation. The market-house and assermbly rooms were built in 1830, and are situate in the centre of the town. The weekly market is held on Saturday.

BALLASALLA is a village of prepossessing and respectable appearance consisting of about one hundred houses: it is situate in the parish of Malew, nearly two miles north from Castletown, at the point where the Peel and Douglas roads separate. This is the largest and most English looking village in the island; the roads in the vicinity are generally lined with newly-cut hedge- rows; and the country round being well sheltered with wood, and varied with gently-swelling eminences, the prospects, though not very extensive, are pleasing About fifty years ago a Deemster's Court was held here. Not far from Ballasalla are extensive lime-works, and an ochre, umber and Roman cement manufactory The Primitive and the Wesleyan Methodists have each a chapel, and the Malew parish school is here. Fairs are held on the 12th August and 29th September.

MALEW parish lies in the sheading of Rushen, in the southern division of the island, and is comparatively very extensive, being eight miles in length from north to south, and at least four in breadth from east to west. Besides the parish church, there is a chapel of ease, dedicated to Saint Marks situate about five miles north from Castletown; the living is a Chaplaincy, in the gift of the crown. The parish also contains two Primitive and two Wesleyan Methodist chapels. A great portion of the parish is fertile, and the northern part, which is mountainous, and not susceptible ot tillage, has several slate quarries, and likewise produces lead ore. Two annual fairs are held at Saint Mark's — one on the 5th of January, the other on the 12th of May.

POST OFFICE, Market Place, CASTLETOWN, George Duck, Post Master. — Letters from all parts arrive every morning (Sundays excepted), at seven, and are despatched at a quarter before five in the evening.


Backhouse Major Thomas, Parade
Baker Mrs.Mary Ann,College green
Bell Miss Sophia, Arbory st
Brine Mrs. Ann, Croft
Burman James, Esq, (secretary to his Excellency the Lieutenant Governor), North Abbey cottage
Caley Mr. Philip, Parade
Campbell Mrs.Donald, Croft crscnt
Cholmondeley Mr. Thomas,College-green
Christian William Watson, Esq (water bailiff and receiver-general), Ronaldsway Cottage, Derby terrace.
Clarke Rev.John Thomas,St.Mark's glebe
Clucas Thomas, Esq. College greet
Crellin Mrs. Capt. Westhill Cottage
Cumming Rev. Joseph, King William's College
Davidson Rev. H. C. College green
Dixon Rev. Robert, M.A. King William's College
Downes Mr. William, Castle st
Fallows Mrs. Catherine, Ballasalla
Faulder Henry, Esq. Parade st
Fell Miss Ann, Malew st.
Gell James, Esq. Crofts
Gelling Miss Catherine, Parade
Geneste Mrs Elizabth. College green
Gill Rev. William, Malew, vicarage
Grey Mrs. -, College green
Hanwell Col, -, College green
Harpour Major William Conway, Sea View
Harvey Rev. Gilmour, College green
Hope His Excellency the Hon. C., Lieut.-Governor of the lsle of Man, Government House, Castletown
Jeffcott Mrs. Catherine, Malew st
Kelley John, Esq. (high bailiff, J. P.and M. H.K. and visiting magistrate), Parliament square
Leyland Mr. Daniel, Parliament sq
Llewelyn Mrs, Christian Catherine, Arbory street
Lucas Mr. Robert, Knock Rushen
Moore Thomas, Esq. c. P. Crescent Cottage
Ormsby Captain James, College green
Parsons Rev. George S. (government chaplain), Parade
Quayle Mark Hildesley, Esq. (and clerk of the rolls), Douglas st
Taubman Mrs. Catherine, Malew st
Thompson Mrs. Jane, College green
Underwood Thomas, M.D. Parade
Wallace Captain William, Malew st


Clarke Rev. John James (boarding), St. Mark's glebe
Grammar ScHooL, College lane - Rev. George S, Parsons, master, James Collin, assistant master
HALSALL'S SCHOOL, College lane - Harriet Finnigan, mistress
KING WILLIAM'S COLLEGE, College, College greenn :-
Rev. Robt. Dixon, M. A. principal
Rev. Joseph George Cumming, M. A. F.G.S. vice
Rev. Gilmour Harvey, third master
Hugh Coleman Davidson, teacher of English & modern literature
Mons. J. Boully, teacher of the French and German languages
Alfred D.Lemon, drawing master (See advertisement).
Kneale John, Ballasalla
Lloyd Mary Ann (day and boarding), Parade
NATIONAL SCHOOL (Saint Mary's) Hope st Thomas Kay, master;- Sarah Cain, mistress
Olridge Elizabth. (day), College green
PAROCHIAL ScHooL, Ballasalla John Watterson, master
Stowell Ellen, Ballasalla
TAUBMAN's SCHOOL, Douglas st James Cain, master


Burman James (and secretary to the Lieutenant-Governor), Castle Rushen
Gell James (and solicitor for the Crown), Chancery lane
Gelling Frederick La Mothe, Parliament square
Jeffcott John Moore, Malew st
Kelly John, m. H. K. (and high bailiff), Parliament square
Moore James William, Arbory st
Quayle Mark Hildestey (an clerk of the rolls), Castle Rushen


Brine Thos. (to Lloyd's and for the underwriters of Glasgow), Croft
Clague William (for B. Whiteside miller, Nunnery Mills, Douglas Arbory street
MMeiken John (to the Shipwrecked Fishermen and Mariners Royal Benevolent. Society for Castletown, Derby Haven, Port Saint Mary, and Port Erin, Arbory street


Boyd Robert, Malew. st
Clague Wiliam (corn and flour dealer), Arbory street
Gelling Stephen, Malew st
Kelly John, Arbory st
Kelly Thomas, Parade
Kermode John, Malew st
Lyons Samuel Gordon, Malew st
Phillips James, Malew st
Wood James, Malew.st


BANK of Mona (branch. of the City of Glasgow: Bank), Chancery lane (draws on Prescott Grote & Co, London) James Gell, agent


Boyd Thomas, the Bank
Bridson Richard, Ballasalla
Bridson William, Ballachrink
Corkhill Lewis, Hope st
Curry Thomas, Ballasalla
Quayle Thomas, Douglas st


Kneale Charles, Mill st
Moore Jobn, Quay.


M'Meiken John (and circulating library), Arbory st
Stowell Joseph John (stationer), Malew street


Buchan David, College green
Corrin John, Knockdoo
Corrin Thomas, Portobello
Cretney James, College green
Cubbon John, Malew st
Kaighen John, Ballasalla
Kelly John, Douglas st
Kinvig Jane, Arboryst
Kinvig John, Malew st
Shimmin Edward, Ballasalla
Shimmin Thomas, College lane.


Dawson Joseph, Arbory st
Gallagher Patrick, Arbory st


Bell Thomas, Ballakilley
Quayle John, Douglas st


Barnes Thomas, Malew st
Bridson Robert, Parliament Square.
Comish Henry, Market hall
Gell Thomas, Market place and the Bank


Jones Thomas, Arbory st
Watterson Richard Douglas st


Cowell Janes, Douglas st
Cubbon Thomas, Douglas st
Eyre Margaret, Arbory st


Callow Edward, Douglas st
Gelling James, Ballasalla
Quayle Thomas & John, Hope st


Corrin William, Arbory st
Cowell Joseph John (& Stationer), Malew street


Anchors Thomas, the Bank
Dinwoody Thomas, College green
Mylehrceest James, Quay


Kelly Henry, Arbory st
Rothwell, John, Malew st


Clague Williamy Arbory st
Cowin & Goldsmith, Bank st


Clague Helen, Aibory st
Williams Mary, Arbory, st


Anderson Robert, Ballatrick
Bell John, Great Meadaw
Bell William, Knockdoohmoar
Blyth James, Ballaquiggin
Blyth John, Ronaldsway
Brew Jobn, Kerrow mooar
Bridson John, Ballavane
Bridson Robert, Ballagrenjey
Bridson Robert, Ballachrink
Bridson Thomas, Closelark
Bridson Vhomas, Ballashin min
Bridson William, Cordeman
Bridson William; Moanney-monar
Bridson William, Ballaghunveark
Bridson William, Silyerbourne
Bridson William, Koockbreck
Burrow Wm. (steward), Creggans
Cain Charles, Ballacubbon
Cain John, Rénsheant
Cain John William, Great Meadow
Cain Robert, Ballahick
Cain Robert, Clyculltbeg
Cain Thomas, Tallowvell
Callin William, Builchenranney.
Casement John, Ballawilley
Clague Charles, Bi Jown
Clague James, Ballag aud Billown
Clarke John Thos. St. Mark's glebe
Clarke Robert, Ballavoaden
Clucas Thomas, Ballachrink
Collister Edward, Shenvalley
Collister Paul, Knockranney
Collister Robert, Ballavlea
Collister William, Lihergy
Collister William, Ballakewin
Cooile William, Grennaby
Corkiil John, Booilnemuck
Corrin William, Fildraw
Coweil John, Moars-close
Cowin Thomas, Builchenranney
Crane Robert, Ballakew
Crane William, Ballaghunveark
Crane William, Ballagrengey
Crellin Mis. Capt. , Westhill
Crellin, Philip, Ballabridson
Onbbon Robert, Ballaquayle
Cubbon William, Great Meadow
Curphey William, Ballacharry
Faliows Catherine, Booilnemuck
Faragher Thomas, Hango-hill
Paragher William, Knockbrack
Fargher Peter, Ballawetson
Fargher Philip, Ballachrink
Fargher Thomas, Derby haven, Ballagilly and Langness
Fargher William, Cooilecam
Fargher William, Barrule
Fisher Joseph, Ballacaganlought
Gale John, Ballawoods
Gell James, Ballanank
Gelling Catherine, Billown
Gelling James, Booilnemuck,
Gelling Richard, Billown
Gelling Richard, Fildraw
Halsall James, Cordeman
Halsall John, Moanney-mooar
Jefferson Thos.Ballahott & Ballavell
Kegin Samuel, Moanney-mooar
Kegin Thomas, Close clark
Kegin William, Ballaglea
Kelly John, Ballown
Kelly Richard, Moanney-mooar
Kelly Willaiam, Ballachrink
Kennaugh Henry, Ballatrollog
Kennaugh John, Silverbourne
Kennaugh Margt, Moanney-mooar
Kennish Thomas, Mullinarogher
Kennish Thomas, Ballacronk
Kermode Christopher, Ballavoaden
Kewin William, Ballakewin
Kissack John, Kerrow-mooar
Kneale Philip, Halsall's hill
Kneen Thomas, Ballaghunveare
Lucas Robert, Knock Rushen
Maddrell Robert, Scarlett
Morrison Philip, Ballabridson
Mullin Kobert, Ballakewin
Mylchreest Humphrey, Ballamodda moar
Mylchreest Robert, Billown quayle
Preston John, Knockbrack
Preston William, Bilown Rey ae
Quayle John, Bilown
Quayle John, Ballamodda
Quayle Mark Hildesley, Ballachurry
Quayle William, Ballamodda
Quayle William, Kerrow-mooar
Quiggin John, Tallowyell
Quiggin John, Cloughvolley
Quine Catherine Ballabeg
Quine Jane, Arbory st
Quine William, Ballakewin
Quinney John, Ballakilley
Quinney Robert, Ballastrang
Quinney Thomas, Ballaglonna
Radcliff Richard, Ballachrink
Radcliff Thomas, Fildraw
Radcliff Thomas, Knockebrew
Roney John, Karrowkail :
Shimmin Robert, Ballaghunveark
Shimmin William, Ballabeg
Shiaimon Robert, Ballahogal
Taggart John, Ballamodda
Taggart Paul, Moanney-mooar
Taggart William, Cordeman
Taggart William, Closelark
Taubman Catherine, Great Meadow
Teare Wm. Ballakewin
Turnbull Robert, Derby haven
Tyson George, Ballacregga
Tyson William, Ballacregga


BRITISH GUARANTEE, James Gell, Chancery lane
Equity Law. (life), James Gell, Chancery lane


Cain John, Windmill
Holmes Henry & Sons, Derby haven


Marked thus * are also Seedsmen.
(See also Shopkeepers, §c.)

Cain William, Malew st
*Duck George, Market place
*Ferguson John, Malew st
Harrison Catherine, Malew st
*Harrison Edward, Market place
Harrison Jane, Malew st
Kegg Ann, Arbory st
Kelly Thomas, Parade
M'Meiken John, Arbory st
Mylchreest James, Malew st
Quinney William, Malew st
Taggart John, Arbory st


Corlett Hdward, the Bank
Kewin Edward, Market Place


Mylchreest John, Malew st
Rothwell John, Malew st


Commercial, Nathaniel Cannel, Douglas st
Union, Margaret Eyre, Arbory st
(See advertisement)


Boyd Thomas, Quay
Dawson Joseph (and tinman),Arbory street
Harrison Richard, Parade
Karran John, Arbory st
Kermode John, Malew st


Cain John Wm, (& builder), Hope st
Cain Robert, Hope st
Kelly Willlam, College green
Moore John, Quay
Stowell Flaxney, Hope st
Stowell James, Malew st


Jefferson Thomas, Ballahott
Moore Thomas, Billown


Cubbin Henry & Thomas & Richard, Market place
Dakin John, Parliament square
Taubman John & Co, Arbory, st
Wilby & Co. Castle st


Cain Elizabeth, Malew st
Cannel Leonora, Malew st
Cregeen Ann, Parade
Dinwoody Margaret, College green
Kelly Henry, Arbory st
M\u2018Gray Jane, College green
Phillips James, Malew st
Stowell James, Malew st


Boyd Robert, Castletown Mills
Cowin & Goldsmith, Ballaughton
Cubbon James, Ballasalla
Kinnish Thomas, Mullinarogher
Maddrell Robest, Grennaby


Bridson Jane, Ballasalla
Chesterman Anne, Parade
Curry Sarah, Ballasalla
Harrison Jane, Malew st
Kirchin Elizbth.& Eleanor,Malew st


Boyd Thomas, Quay
Bridson Richard, Ballasalla


Gelling Frederick La Mothe, Parliament square
Kelly John, Parliament square


Dinwoody Thomas, College green


Karran John, Arbory st
Kelly Philip, Ballasalla
Kermode John (and leather cutters) Malew street
Kinvig Jane, Arbory st


Anchors Thomas, Hope st
Raine William, Quay
Clarke John, Quay
CorLett William, College green
Dinwoody Thomas, College green
Duck, George, Market place
Kerruish Hugh, Queen st
Moore John, Quay
Mylchreest James, Quay
Ponsonby Henry, College green
Turnbull Robert, Derby haven


Caugherty Henry Ballasalla
Coole Ann, Malew st
Corlett William, Ballasalla
Harper Catherine malew st
Lawson Edward, Parliament square
Martin John, Malew st
Williams Mary, Arbory st


Muncaster William, Arbory st


Kelly Henry, Malew st and Hope st
Quilliam & Creer, Hope st


Cain Robert, Hope st and Ballasalla
Kelly Henry, Hope stand Arbory st
Kneen Robert, Ballasalla
Quilliam & Creer (& marble),Hope st


Chesterman Anne, Parade
Schofield Ann, Parliament square
Stowell Margaret, Malew st


Butler George, M.p. Arbory st
Cregeen Jonathan, Arbory st
Jones John, Malew st
Underwood Thomas, M. D., (and surgeon to the household & medical officer to the troops), Parade


Callow William, Arbory st
Caveen Thomas, Malew st
Collister Thomas, Malew st
Fargher William, Malew st
Gale William, Malew st
Ore Richard, Arbory st
Quayle James, College green
Quayle Robert, Quay
Stephen Philip, Chapel row
Welsh Henry, Arbory st


Hudson John (and leather cutter), Malew street "
Kinvig Jane, Arbory st


Anchors Thomas (Hope and Anchor), Hope street
Beedon William, Quay C
Bell Ann, Ballasalla
Bridson Robert, Parliament square
Brine William (Crown), Quay
Christian John (Black Cock), Arbory street
Clarke John, Quay
Connor John (Liverpool Arms) Bank st
Gelling Thomas, Ballasaila
Hamlin Thomas (Foresters' Rest), Malew street
Harrison Richard, Quay
Kelly Ann (Ship), Derby haven
Kerruish Rbt.(Highland Laddie) Quay
Kneale Elizabeth, Ballasalla
Quayle Margaret, Malew
Quayle William, Bank st
Radcliff Margaret (Travellers' Rest), Malew street
Tanbman Ann(Queen's Arms), Douglas st
Turnbull Robert, Derby haven


Cain John Willian, Hope st
Harrison Richard, Parade


Qualtrough William, Ballasalla
Quayle Thomas & Son, Hope st


Torrance G.& Co., Ballasalla, North quay and Douglas


Muncaster William, Arbory st


Duck George, Market place
Harrison Edward, Market place
Kelly Thomas, Parade
M'Meiken John, Arbory st
Mylchreest James, Malew st
Quinney William, Malew st


Bridson Wm, road surveyor, Ballasalla
Corlett William sumner, Ballasalla
Corran Jas.painter and glazier, Ballasalla
Cowley William, gardener, Malew st
Dinwoody Thomas,ship chandler, College green
M'Donald William, auctioneer, Malew st
Muncaster Thomas, manager of the umber and ochre works, Ballasalla
Phillips Jas. temperance hotel, Malew st

Public Buildings, Offices, &c.


PARISH CHURCH, Malew Rev. William Gill, vicar; Rev.Gilmour Harvey curate
SAINT MARY'S CHURCH, Parade Rev. G.S. Parsons.
SAINT MARK'S CHURCH, Dreemfreaie Rev. John Thomas Clarke.
SAINT THOMAS' CHURCH,King William's College.
PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHAPEL, Hope street, Ballasalla.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL, College green Rev. Peter M\u2018Grath, priest.


MARKET HOUSE, MARKET PLACE. (Sub-Port under Douglas.)
Sub-Collector A. Gossett, Esq.
Sub-Comptroller Mr. John Crane.
Tide Waiters William Archer, William Gilchrist; James Watterson & Wm. Bell.

ALMSHOUSES (Rev. G. S. Parson's), College lane
ALMSHOUSES (Quayle's), College lane
BARRACKS. Market place William Thompson, barrack master,
CASTLE RUSHEN, Castle street Noel Gellett, gaoler
CLERK OF COUNCIL'S OFFICE, Castle Rushen James Burman, clerk
HARBOUR MASTER's OFFICE, Quay James Mylcbreest, harbour master
HIGH BAILIFF'S OFFICE, Parliament square John Kelly. Esq. high bailiff
HOUSE OF KEYS, Parliament square.
ISLE OF MAN LAW LIBRARY, Castle Rushen James Gell, librarian
ISLE OF MAN SOCIETY OF ADVOCATES, Castle Rushen — James Gell, secretary
ROLLS OFFICE, Castle Rushen Mark Hildesley Quayle, Esq. clerk of the rolls
WATER BAILIFF'S OFFICE, Castle Rushen Wm. Watson Christian, Esq.water bailiff


To DOUGLAS, Coaches, from the Union Hotel, every morning (Sun. excepted) at half-past nine; and the British Queen, from the same place, at four in the afternoon.


To DOUGLAS, Varley, from Hope st, and Shimmin, from the Union Hotel, daily.



To LONDON, the William.
To DOUGLAS, the William and the Mary Ann.
To LIVERPOOL, the Venuss the Jersey Lily, the Nimrod, the Prince Albert, the Flower of the South, the Alexander, the Jenny, the Charlotte, the Thistle, the Vulcan, the Friendly, and the Cyclops
To PORT SAINT MARY, the Queen,the Adelaide, and the Shannon
To WHITEHAVEN, the Kitty § Peggy, the Refuge, the Nimrod, the Prince Albert, the Catherine, the Farmer,
the Charlette, the Lady Gordon, the Thistle, the Union, the Castletown, the Midsummer, the Vulcan, the Friends, and the Village Girl



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