Report in New York of crew of Keying claiming for unpaid wages and passage home 1847

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Report in New York of crew of Keying claiming for unpaid wages and passage home 1847 - Chinese Ji nk. Twenty-two Twenty-two Twenty-two...
Chinese Ji nk. Twenty-two Twenty-two Twenty-two of the Chinamen Chinamen have libelled the junk Keying for wages, support, and return passage money to Wham-pna, Wham-pna, Wham-pna, (the latter requiring between $100 and $20U each.) They claim that such was the agreement for the voyage, which they understood understood was to be for Batavia or Singapore, and not to occupy over eight months. Mr. Fiurr, on behalf of Capt. Kellet, of the vessel, made objections, but the Court thought the men had a right to libel the vessel, and show if they could that the wages and allowance are due to them. The order was allowed.

Clipped from Brooklyn Evening Star10 Sep 1847, FriPage 2

Brooklyn Evening Star (Brooklyn, New York)10 Sep 1847, FriPage 2
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