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Passenger List of those to go in the Ship Numa to America, 2 Ap'l.,1803
Edward Kellerman maketh oath that the above is a true list and description of the passengers engaged to go in the Ship Numa to America and that not any of them is or are atriticers, artisans, manufacturers, seamen, or seafaring men, and that he will not take any other passengers but those expressed in the above list, and that this list is a duplicate of the roiginal one transmitted to the Lord Lieutenant and Council save and except six of the passengers mentioned therein who are not to proceed.
Passenger List of those to go in the Ship Numa to America, 2 Ap'l.,1803.
Sworn before the Custom House, Limerick, 2 Ap'l., 1803. Edw'd. Kelleran.
I certify that I have personally examined the Men in the above List and that to the best of my knowledge I do believe they are of the occupation above d[i]scribed. Limerick, 3 Ap'l., 1803. Wm. Payne, Brig'r. Gen'l.
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