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BurdenBuiltShipowner or operator Dimensions
219½ 1854 at Oscarshavn, Sweden by Carstenson A. Tofte, Drammen, Norway 147.6ft x 29ft x 18.3ft 
 YearRemarks
 1865 January. Bought by A. Tofte and othersAtlantic Journey ID 9400
 1865 June 27 London for Hernøsand, Capt BaarsrudAtlantic Journey ID 9401
 1865 July 19 Hernøsand from LondonAtlantic Journey ID 9402
 1865 September 26 Sealford Red: for St. Nazaire from FredrikstadAtlantic Journey ID 9403
 1866 February 21 London from DrammenAtlantic Journey ID 9404
 1866 Mars 20 leaving London for ChristianiaAtlantic Journey ID 9405
 1866 Captain Thorvald A. Baarsrud  from Christiania Apr. 25 to Quebec June 7  Passenger list: Passenger list 
 1866 July 6 Quebec for LondonAtlantic Journey ID 9406
 1866 August 4. London from Quebec, leving August 16 for Helsingør and the Baltic SeaAtlantic Journey ID 9407
 1866 October 21 Montrose from SundsvallAtlantic Journey ID 9408
 1867 April 13 Christiania from Drammen in ballast, Capt. BaarsrudAtlantic Journey ID 9409
 1867 Captain Thorvald A. Baarsrud  from Christiania Apr. 27 to Quebec June 7  Passenger list: Passenger list 
 1867 June 24 Quebec for WarrenpointAtlantic Journey ID 9410
 1867 July 25 Newry from QuebecAtlantic Journey ID 9411
 1867 August 10 Ardrossan from Newry leaving Ardrossan September 7 for CopenhagenAtlantic Journey ID 9412
 1867 September 21, off Øresund reported by pilot: from Ardrossan to Nyhamn in ballastAtlantic Journey ID 9413
 1867 November 8, off Øresund: from Søderham to London with timberAtlantic Journey ID 9414
 1867 November 30 London for DrammenAtlantic Journey ID 9415
 1868 April 4 Christiania from Langesund in ballast, Capt. BaarsrudAtlantic Journey ID 9416
 1868 Captain Thorvald A. Baarsrud  from Christiania Apr. 23 to Quebec June 19  Passenger list: Passenger list 
 1868 July 11 Quebec for EnglandAtlantic Journey ID 9417
 1868 August 15 London from QuebecAtlantic Journey ID 9418
 1868 October 9 London for DrammenAtlantic Journey ID 9419
 1869 Captain Thorvald A. Baarsrud  from Drammen Apr. 23 to Quebec June 18  Passenger list: Passenger list 
 1869 August 6 off Deal; from Quebec, towed. London, August 7Atlantic Journey ID 9420
 1869 August 19 London for DrammenAtlantic Journey ID 9421
 1869 October 18 Pauillac from ChristiansandAtlantic Journey ID 9422
 1870 May 2 Waterford from Drøbak, Capt. FalckAtlantic Journey ID 9423
The information listed above is not the complete record of the ship. The information was collected from a multitude of sources, and new information will be added as it emerges

The Manila was built in 1854 at Oscarshamn in Sweden by Carstenson. Her burden was 232 Norwegian Commercial lasts. She is referred to as a Frigate which means she was a full rigged ship. In 1866 the ship Manila departed from Christiania on April 25th, and arrived at Quebec on June 7th. She was sailing in ballast, and was carrying 278 steerage passengers and 2 cabin passengers. One infant died of debility on the voyage, and one infant was ill with measles when the ship arrived to the quarantine station at Grosse Île. The ship was held one day under observation. The Manila was mastered by Capt. Baarsrud and had a crew of 14. The passenger list was archived by the National Archives of Canada [NAC]. In 1867 the Manila departed from Christiania on April 27th, and arrived at Quebec on June 7th. She was carrying 238 passengers. Master was Capt. T. Baarsrud. The passenger list for this voyage was archived by the National Archives of Canada [NAC], and the passenger were listed in the Christiania Police Emigration Records, kept by the Statsarkivet in Norway. The Christiania records are online at Digitalarkivet. In 1868 she departed from Christiania on April 25th, and arrived at Quebec on June 19th. She was carrying 232 passengers. Master was Capt. Thorvald Baarsrud. The passenger list for this voyage was archived by the National Archives of Canada [NAC], and the passenger were listed in the Christiania Police Emigration Records, kept by the Statsarkivet in Norway.


Ringeriges Ugeblad, 13th Feb. 1868

In 1869 the ship Manila departed from Drammen on April 23rd, and arrived at Quebec on June 18th. She was sailing in ballast, and was carrying 248 steerage passengers and 2 cabin passengers, all well at arrival. The Manila was mastered by Capt. Thorvald Baarsrud, and had a crew of 14. The passenger list for this voyage was archived by the National Archives of Canada [NAC], and the passenger were listed in the Christiania Police Emigration Records, kept by the Statsarkivet in Norway.

The Manila was lost in the North Atlantic in 1876.

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