Cospatrick (Ship : 1856-1874)

Wooden sailing ship of 1220 tons, built in 1856. See White Wings' by Sir Henry Brett (Vol 1, p 62-64). Her first visit to New Zealand was in 1873, and on her second voyage to New Zealand en route to Auckland she was burnt at sea near the Cape of Good Hope, in November 1874, with the loss of 480 lives (see File print 387. Cospatrick (1/2-012556-b))

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Calvert, Samuel, ca 1828-1913 :The burning of the emigrant ship Cospatrick off the Cape of Good Hope [1874]. Auckland, Illustrated New Zealand herald.
Date: 1875 By: Calvert, Samuel, 1828-1913; Illustrated New Zealand Herald (Newspaper) Ref: PUBL-0047-1875-09 Description: The ship Cospatrick in flames, with lifeboats and people in the water around it Extended Title - From Illustrated New Zealand herald, 17 February 1875, p. 9...
Date: [ca 1910-1925] From: Sparks, Hinemoa : Papers relating to Captain John Bollons Ref: MSX-2993 Description: Includes important material on Captain Reed's occupation (with his wife) of Sunday Island, in the Kermadec Islands, from 1837-1845, together with Thomas Bell...
Date: 1874, 1980 From: Harris family : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-5182-2 Description: Quantity: 1 folder(s) (50 leaves). Physical Description: Typescript
Date: [1913-1930] From: Cowan family: Collection Ref: fMS-Papers-11946-015 Description: Contains drafts, articles, and photographs from the scrapbook relating to ships (MSZ-1687). Includes a handwritten draft for 'The story of the Cospatrick'; a...
Date: 1992 From: Zagni, Ivan, 1942- : Collection By: Zagni, Ivan, 1942-; Chamber Music New Zealand Ref: MS-Papers-8014-10 Description: Contents: The spiritual -- The physical -- The emotional Responsibility - Commissioned by Chamber Music New Zealand, for the New Zealand Chamber Orchestra du...
Univers Illustre :Le 'Cospatrick', incendie pendant son voyage a la Nouvelle-Zelande - voir page 59 / I R Wells [Paris ; L'Univers Illustre, ca 1875].
Date: 1874 - 1875 By: L'Univers illustre (Periodical); Wells, I R, active 1875 Ref: A-438-019 Description: Shows a view of the three-masted sailing ship 'Cospatrick' in calm water with a small paddle-steamer alongside. The 'Cospatrick' was burnt at sea near the C...
Artist unknown :[Sailing ship. ca 1860?]
Date: 1856 - 1870 By: Illustrated London news (Newspaper) Ref: 1/1-002543-F Description: A broadside view of a sailing ship in partial sail on the high seas. The ship is unidentified, but may be the Cospatrick, wrecked in 1874 Probably a copy of...
Sailing ship James Nicol Fleming berthed at Port Chalmers
Date: 1873 From: De Maus, David Alexander, 1847-1925 :Shipping negatives Ref: 1/2-014739-G Description: The sailing ship 'James Nicol Fleming' berthed at Port Chalmers. The stern of a ship visible on the left of this ship, is the 'Cospatrick' which visited Port...
The sailing ship Cospatrick at Port Chalmers
Date: 1873 From: De Maus, David Alexander, 1847-1925 :Shipping negatives Ref: 1/2-012556-a-G Description: The sailing ship Cospatrick at Port Chalmers. Photographed by David Alexander De Maus in 1873, when the Cospatrick visited Port Chalmers (See the Comber Inde...
Sailing ship James Nicol Fleming berthed at Port Chalmers
Date: 1873 From: De Maus, David Alexander, 1847-1925 :Shipping negatives Ref: 1/4-009687-G Description: The sailing ship 'James Nicol Fleming' berthed at Port Chalmers. The stern of a ship visible on the left of this ship, is the 'Cospatrick' which visited Port...