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Camden (Barque of Sydney, James Cummins, Master, 235 tons, from the port of Melbourne to Sydney, New South Wales, 4th April 1863) Subscribe to view
Camden (Barque, of Sydney, William Edwin Brown, Master, 234 tons, from the port of Port Cooper to Sydney, New South Wales, 5th Nov. 1866) Subscribe to view
Camden (British whaler) Subscribe to view
Camden (British whaler, voyage of 1784) Subscribe to view
Camden (from the port of Melbourne to Sydney, New South Wales, 6th February 1863) Subscribe to view
Camden (of ?, James Cummins, Master, 235 tons, from the port of Launceston to Sydney, New South Wales, June 10 1863) Subscribe to view
Camden (of Sydney J Cummins Master 235 tons, from the port of Dunedin to Sydney 18 August 1864) Subscribe to view
Camden (of Sydney J G Rias Master 235 tons, from the port of Otago to Sydney, New South Wales, 23 Sept 1865) Subscribe to view
Camden (of Sydney, Gilbert Harrison, Master, 234 tons, from the S. S. Islands to Sydney, New South Wales, 30th May 1866) Subscribe to view
Camden (of Sydney, Henry P. Krause, Master, 235 tons, from port of S.S.Islands to Sydney, New South Wales, 18 June 1867) Subscribe to view
Camden (of Sydney, J G Nias Master, 235 tons, from the port of Adelaide to Sydney New South Wales, 13 December 1865) Subscribe to view
Camden (of Sydney, James Cummings , Master, 234 tons, from the port of Aukland to Sydney, New South Wales, 24 August,1863) Subscribe to view
Camden (of Sydney, James Cummins , Master, 235 tons, from the port of ? to Sydney, New South Wales, 1 June 1865) Subscribe to view
Camden (of Sydney, James Cummins Master, 235tons from the port of Lyttleton to Sydney, New South Wales, 26th Nov 1863) Subscribe to view
Camden (of Sydney, Paul Henry Krause, Master, 255 tons, from the port of S.S.Islands New Caledonia to Sydney, New South Wales, 4th November 1867) Subscribe to view
Camden (of Sydney, Paul W. Krause, Master, 234 tons, from New Caledonia to Sydney, New South Wales, 2nd January 1867) Subscribe to view