Capt.Ginn’s boy John, a young Dublinite, goes ashore with me and spend the forenoon in a cabriolet doing Manila. Put up at the San F. in the old stable-scented room with promise of “better soon.” Call at French Hotel, see Mr. Miller, engineer of the Hemp Press, and walk with him to Mr. Gilmartin’s.
Cornelius B. Gold
(1839 — 1921). In December of 1861, Gold sailed for Hong Kong aboard the ship Oriental with a cargo of coal. In Hong Kong, he found passage on the Jabez Snow to Liverpool with a load of hemp and sugar. From Liverpool he made his way to Cork and then sailed home on the City of Manchester, arriving in March, 1863.All Posts