Re: PSNCo mystery steamer ECUADOR
Posted by: Andreas von Mach
Date: March 19, 2018 11:37PM
Lloyd's List - Tuesday 28 February 1865
Callao 27th Jan
The Pacific St.Navigation Company'S CLODA got on shore on Calquinb,North of Huacho, 24th Jan; crew Passengers, treasure and cargo saved. The ECUADOR (s) has gone to see if any aid can be useful.
London Evening Standard - Wednesday 14 October 1863
Amongs the shipping arrivalswenote following
The steamers of the Pacific Steam Navigation Company at the present in Callao Bay are the CLODA and the ECUADOR, the GUAYAQUIL having sailed for Valparaiso on the 11th . and the PERUUANO on the 12th. Previous to reaching Paita the BOGOTA passed the Royal Mail steamer PERA, Commodore Bloomfield,bound for Callao and theSouth,with the Southamptom mails of 17th August.
Morning Post - Saturday 14 February 1863
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company's steamers now at Callao are the Guayaquil, Ecuador, and Inca. The Bogota, previous to her arrival at Paita, passed the company's steamer
Morning Advertiser - Thursday 31 December 1863
The other steamers of the company's fleet presently inb Callao are the BOLIVIA, GUAYAQUIL, INCA and EQUADOR.
Morning Advertiser - Saturday 13 August 1864
The only vessels the Pacific Steam Navigation Company in Callao, when the Peru left, were the Inca, San Carlos, and Ecuador,
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