ATOSSA
 
 
Chile Again 1868-1869
 
Lloyd’s List of 2nd April, 16th April, 23rd April and 14th May 1868 carried a list of ‘Sailing Vessels Entered Outward for Foreign Posts’. The list included ‘Atossa’ which was, on her next voyage, to visit Valparaiso and Concepcion. The broker for the journey was shown as ‘Griffin’.
Peter Clements signed the Agreement on 12th May 1868 showing that for the pending voyage from Liverpool to Valparaiso and any port and places in the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic Oceans, and China and Eastern Seas, and to a port for orders, and to the Continent of Europe if required, and back to a final port of discharge in the United Kingdom. The leave not to exceed 3 years. The Agreement stated that “the crew shall consist of Mate, Carpenter, Bosun, Steward, Cook, 4 Seamen, 1 Ordinary, and 1 Boy.”
The crew who sailed were: -
 

NAME

AGE &
PLACE OF BIRTH

CAPACITY
(Certificate No.)

PREVIOUS SHIP & PORT
AT WHICH REGISTERED

Peter Clements

35 - Queenstown

Master (33394)

Atossa - Sunderland

John Kekhafen

31- Prussia

Mate (85677)

Atossa - Sunderland

John Armstrong

25 - Workington

Carpenter

[?] - Liverpool

James Smiles

21 - Sunderland

Bosun

Atossa - Sunderland

Thomas Reid

20 - Liverpool

Steward

Calabar - London

Lawford Jones

39 - Liverpool

Cook

Levant - Liverpool

Per David Waller

28 - Sweden

AB

Swedish Ship

Knut Casimer Faley

26 - Sweden

AB

Swedish Ship

Edward Solden

25 - Germany

AB

[?] - Liverpool

Christian Frank

28 - Germany

AB

Blackwall - London

Frederick A[?]

28 – [?]

AB

[?] - Liverpool

Martin Dwyer

30 - Waterford

AB

Henrietta - Liverpool

Joseph Butt

25 - Newfoundland

AB

Two Brothers - Newfoundland

Thomas Evans

18 - Fishguard

OS

Coronet - Liverpool

John Herbert Farr

15 - Swansea

Apprentice

-

Benjamin Bailes

16? - Sunderland

Apprentice

-

John Beatty Clements

14 - Cork

Boy

First Voyage

 
All crew members except Joseph Butt signed on, on 12th May 1868 and were required to be on board ‘Atossa’ at 4pm the following day. Butt signed on, on 19th May 1868 and joined the ship the following day.
John Beatty Clements was born on 12th November 1853 in Passage, Cork. He served on numerous foreign-going ships, in a variety of ranks, eventually earning a Master’s certificate numbered 26793 on 12th March 1879.
The crew’s wages were: -
 

CAPACITY

MONTHLY
WAGE

ADVANCE
OF WAGES

MONTHLY
ALLOTMENT

Mate

£5 10s 0d

£5 10s 0d

-

Carpenter

£5 5s 0d

£5 10s 0d

£2 10s 0d

Bosun

£4 0s 0d

£4 0s 0d

£2 0s 0d

Steward

£2 15s 0d

£2 15s 0d

-

Cook

£3 7s 6d

£3 7s 6d

£1 7s 6d

Able Seaman: Waller, Faley, Solden, Butt

£2 10s 0d

£2 10s 0d

-

 Able Seaman: Frank

£2 10s 0d

£4 0s 0d

-

 Able Seaman: A[?]

£2 10s 0d

£2 10s 0d

Nil

Able Seaman: Dwyer

£2 10s 0d

£2 10s 0d

£1 5s 0d

Ordinary Seaman

£2 0s 0d

£2 0s 0d

-

 Boy

15s 0d

£1 10s 0d

-

 
Provisions for each man mentioned in the Agreement were: -
1lb of bread every day.
1½lbs of beef on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
1¼lbs of pork on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
½lb of flour on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
⅓ pint of peas on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
⅓lb rice on Saturdays.
A daily allowance of ⅛oz of tea.
A daily allowance of ½oz of coffee.
A daily allowance of 2ozs of sugar.
A daily allowance of 3 quarts of water.

Substitutes: -
1oz. of Coffee, or Cocoa, or Chocolate may be substituted for ¼oz. of Tea.
Molasses for Sugar, the quantity to be one-half more.
1lb. of Potatoes or Yams, ½lb. of Flour or Rice, ⅓ pint of Peas, or ¼ pint of Barley,
may be substituted for each other.
When Fresh Meat is issued, the proportion to be 2lbs per man per day,
in lieu of Salt Meat, Flour, Rice and Peas.
Beef and Pork may be substituted each for the other.
 
Liverpool Mercury newspaper editions of Wednesday 20th May and Friday 22nd May 1868 noted that ‘Atossa’ sailed from Liverpool on 19th May 1868 bound for Valparaiso under Peter Clements.
On 28th May 1868 the ships position was “Lat 50° 20’ N, Long 7° 53’ W” An entry made in the Log read, “Lawford Jones sick with dysentery and off duty. I administered such medicine as I thought proper. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles
A Log entry on Wednesday 3rd June 1868, when ‘Atossa’ was at “Lat 43° 12’ N, 11° 44’ West” read “Finding Thomas Reid, Steward very backward as to his duty as Steward, he being very dirty and wasting ships stores to a fearful degree. I now caution him to be more careful. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain. The above entry has been read over to the said Thomas Reid. No reply. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain.”
On Tuesday 9th June 1868 Peter Clements wrote in the Log, “Finding Thomas Reid still dirty & very neglectful with ships stores and quite incompetent to do a Stewards duty. I further warn him that I will be compelled to disrate him from the Stewards berth unless he improves his habits and conduct. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain. The above entry has been read over to the said Thomas Reid, he replying Nothing to say save doing his best. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain.”
The position of the ship on 9th June 1868 was “Lat 27° 49’ N, Long 19° 9’ W”.
One week later, the next entry in the Log read “7H 30AM Tuesday 16th June 1868, Lat 14° 28’ N, Long 25° 40’ W, At 8H 30 PM found Thomas Reid (Steward) asleep in his berth. (I wanting his services to send medicine to the Cook) The Mate and all hands looking for him about the decks, half-deck and forecastle. I myself calling for him in the cabin, and at 8H 30PM as above stated found him asleep. This is the third time I’ve found him asleep in his berth between 7H 0 and 8H 0PM. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, James Smiles Boatswain. The above entry has been read over to the said Thomas Reid, he replying Yes twas so. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, James Smiles Boatswain.”
The following day, Wednesday 17th June 1868 the ships position was recorded as Lat 12° 15’ N, Long 24° 45’ W. Peter Clements wrote in the Log “Thomas Reid (Steward) in serving out the water brought it into the cabin, in the Cook’s slush & refuse fat bucket & emptied it into a cask for the purpose of holding clean water. The bucket being in a most filthy state with dirty slush and refuse fat, and on being spoken to as to the dirty state of the bucket would give no satisfaction whatsoever.” The Log was signed “Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain.” and continued “The above entry has been read over to the said Thomas Reid, he answering, the bucket was only a little greasy. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, James Smiles Boatswain.”
The Log entry made at 3H 0PM on Thursday 18th June 1868 read, “Lat 10° 27’ N, Long 24° 12’ W. At 3H 0PM Missing Thomas Reid for more than an hour. I found him in the Half deck reading a novel, his pipe in his hand after smoking. Smoking in the Half deck not being allowed there being Ten tons of gunpowder (cargo) stored right under the Half deck. He knowing smoking was prohibited owing to the powder. The cabins being dirty & I wanting his services on them. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain. The above entry has been read over to the said Thomas Reid, his reply yes. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain.”
On Monday 29th June 1868 when ‘Atossa’ was at Lat 0° 29’ S, Long 30° 28’ W, the Log entry read, “Thomas Reid (Steward) being still very neglectful and dirty. I now put him to act as Cook, and take Lawford Jones (Cook) to act as Steward, he being quite recovered. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain. The above entry has been read over to the said Thomas Reid & Lawford Jones, their reply quite satisfied. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, James Smiles Boatswain.”
The London Evening Standard newspaper reported that on 9th July 1868 ‘Atossa’, sailing from Liverpool to Valparaiso, was positioned at “lat. 22 S, long 39 W.”
The Log entry for Monday 20th July 1868 read “Lat 34° 43’ S, Long 47° 31’ W. I again give Thomas Reid the Stewards berth he promising to be more careful & do his best. Lawford Jones taking his berth as Cook. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain. The above entry has been read over to the said Thomas Reid & Lawford Jones. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain.”
The next entry in the Log read, “Tuesday 4th August 1868. Lat 49° 33’ S, Long 58° 49’ W. I now put Thomas Reid (Steward) out of the cabin, he behaving in a manner not at all to suit me, keeping the cabins in a most filthy state, and everything much dirtier than before. I now disrate him to an Ordinary Seaman & give him O.S. wages from this date. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain. The above entry has been read over to the said Thomas Reid Reply None. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain.”
The Log entry for Monday 10th August 1868 read, “Lat 56° 0’ S, Long 61° 22’ S. Thomas Reid (disrated to O.S.) no use whatsoever on board the ship. Cannot or will not go aloft. It is my further intention to reduce his wages as low as possible he being the cause of making my ship one hand short. Besides the wash up Stores etc through having to put an Apprentice to act Steward. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain. The above entry has been read over to the said Thomas Reid Reply All right. Peter Clements master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain”
‘Atossa’ arrived at Valparaiso on 15th September 1868 and the ships Articles were deposited with the Vice-Consul. They were returned to the Master the following day.
The Thursday 29th October 1868 edition of The Shields Daily News newspaper recorded that, “Valparaíso, Sept 17. – The ‘Atossa’, which arrived here on the 15th from Liverpool, had encountered heavy gales from the equator to the River Plate, and adverse winds thence to the Horn. In lat.37 S. set wet with heavy gales, and was surrounded by icebergs, so much so that great difficulty was experienced in keeping clear of them. During the gale she had bulwarks carried away by a sea.”
On Monday 21st September 1868 the Log entry read, “Valparaiso. At 6H 0AM the following seamen were missing from the ship (also their clothes and effects) namely Christopher Frank AB, David Waller AB, and K. Casimer Faley AB. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain.”
On Thursday 24th September 1868 another entry read, “The above named three seamen not returning, I consider them as deserters. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain.”
The next Log entry read, “Friday 2nd October 1868. Valparaiso. At 6H 0AM Found the following seamen absent without leave, Joseph Butt AB, Martin Dwyer AB, Edward Solden AB and Thomas Reid Steward. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain.”
On Monday 5th October 1868 the Log was endorsed, “The above named seamen not returning, I consider them deserters, they taking their clothes and effects with them. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, James Smiles Boatswain.”
Two days later on Wednesday 7th October 1868 Joseph Johns AB joined the ship in Valparaiso.
On Friday 9th October 1868 Johns asked leave to go ashore to see the British Consul. He was given twenty-four hours liberty to do so.
The Log entry for Sunday 11th October read, “Valparaiso. Lawford Jones Cook went on liberty with permission till 8H 0PM The ships Cook remained on shore until 8H 30PM but the above named Lawford Jones did not come onboard. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, James Smiles Boatswain.”
On Monday 12th October 1868 Joseph Johns had not returned and Peter Clements endorsed the Log to the effect that he considered Joseph Johns a deserter.
On Tuesday 13th October 1868 the Log shows, “Valparaiso. Lawford Jones absent since the above date came onboard at 7H 30PM, a man employed in his place at one dollar and a half a day.”
On Wednesday 14th October 1868 another entry read, “Valparaiso. Lawford Jones (Cook) refused to go to his duty & wanted his discharge which I would not give. Confined him in the Half deck with a pair of Hand Cuffs. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain.”
The following day, Thursday 15th October 1868, the Log entry read, “Lawford Jones turned to his duty. Therefore I immediately released him, keeping him confined in the cabin at night and handcuffed fearing he would desert in the night. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, James Smiles Boatswain. The foregoing entries under dates Oct. 11th, 13th, 14th & 15th has been read over to the said Lawford Jones (Cook). reply None. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, James Smiles Boatswain.
On 16th October 1868 an endorsement in the ships Articles by the Richard Elley, the Vice-Consul, read “These are to certify that the Master has produced his official Log Book. At folio 18, 19 & 20 are entries are entries of the desertion of Joseph Butt, N. C. Faley, Thomas Solden, Martin Dwyer, Joseph Johns, Christopher Frank, and David Waller. The circumstances have been enquired into and the Masters allegation found correct. They are therefore left behind at this port on the ground of desertion with Consular sanction.
The within named John Orr, James Wallace, Joseph Johns, David Edwards, Joseph Sims, Robert Vaughan, and William Kirby signed the within Agreement in my presence and with Consular sanction.”
The crew for the transfer to Talcahuano were: -
 

NAME

AGE &
PLACE OF BIRTH

CAPACITY
(Cert. No.)

PREVIOUS SHIP & PORT   
  AT WHICH REGISTERED

Peter Clements

35
Queenstown

Master
(33394)

Atossa
Sunderland

John Kekhafen

31
Prussia

Mate
(85677)

Atossa
Sunderland

John Armstrong

25
Workington

Carpenter

[?]
Liverpool

James Smiles

21
Sunderland

Bosun

Atossa
Sunderland

Lawford Jones

39
Liverpool

Cook

Levant
Liverpool

Frederick A[?]

28
[?]

AB

Ella Bruce
Liverpool

James Wallace

24
Liverpool

AB

Wrecked on 5th July 1868
from the Athelstan of Yarmouth
off the island of Chiloe, Chile

John Orr

21
Belfast

AB

Wrecked on 5th July 1868
from the Athelstan of Yarmouth
off the island of Chiloe, Chile

David Edwards

30
Swansea

AB

Antonia  [?]
[?]

Joseph Sims

25
London

AB

[?]
Liverpool

Robert Vaughan

38
Cheshire

AB

Deserted from Epsilon of Swansea
on 6th September 1868

William Kirby

26
Ireland

AB

Franklin
Valparaiso

Thomas Evans

18
Fishguard

OS

Coronet
Liverpool

John Herbert Farr

15
Swansea

Apprentice

-

Benjamin Bailes

16?
 Sunderland

Apprentice

-

John Beatty Clements

14
 Cork

Boy

First Voyage

 
On 26th October 1868 ‘Atossa’ reached Talcahuano and the ships Articles were deposited with and returned to Peter Clements by, British Vice-Consul Robert Cunningham.
Talcahuano in Concepcion Bay is described in the ‘Dues and Charges on Shipping at Foreign Ports’ manual as “Lat. 36.42 S., long 73.6 W. This bay is the finest on this coast; has good anchorage everywhere, abundant space, and well sheltered. Easy access in all weathers. Ships are loaded and discharged by means of lighters, cargo being passed by hand from lighters. Exports - Wheat, barley, wool, hides, lentils, honey, etc. Imports – General merchandise, and agricultural machinery.”
Peter Clements recorded in the Log on 27th October 1868, “Talcahuano. The Apprentice Benjamin Bailes is this day out of his Apprenticeship.” And “I now put Benjamin Bailes on ships Articles as A.B.”
On Wednesday 11th November 1868 an entry in the Log read, “Talcahuano, Chile. At 5H 30AM found the following Able Seamen & Cook had deserted the ship during the night, they lowering the pinnace from her tackle and stealing her and her 4 oars. Also all the Bread that was in forecastle & about 80 pounds of fresh beef. I immediately went onshore & reported same to the British Consul and Captain of the port. The Capt. Of the port sent scouts round the beach to search for men & boat. At noon the same day the Boat was found on the beach close to Tome and was brought to Tome & given up to the Port Authorities there. Robert Vaughan AB, William Kirby AB, Frederick A[?] AB, Lawford Jones Cook. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain.”
The Log entry on Monday 16th November 1868 reads, “Talcahuano. From information received from the British Consul at Tome, of the above named seamen being taken, I went to Tome to identify them (it being necessary that I should do so) but found on my arrival that they had escaped from the prison the night previous. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, Jas Smiles Boatswain.”
On 19th November 1868 Vice-Consul Robert Cunningham endorsed the Agreement “These are to certify that William Halling and William McCrae mentioned in the within Articles were shipped before me, and the Agreement read and explained to them.
On the same day, Robert Cunningham added a second endorsement, “I do hereby certify that the Master within mentioned has unto me declared that on the night of the 11th instant in this port, Robert Vaughan, William Kirby, Frederick A[?] and Lawford Jones, the first three Seamen, and the last Cook of the within mentioned vessel, deserted therefrom carrying with them a boat belonging to the vessel, which was afterwards found at the port of Tome; and that such men cannot be brought back; and I having enquired into the circumstances and found them true have granted this certificate.”
The crew for the transfer from Talcahuano to Carrizal Bajo were: -
 

NAME

AGE &
PLACE OF BIRTH

CAPACITY
(Cert.  No.)

PREVIOUS SHIP & PORT   
  AT WHICH REGISTERED

Peter Clements

35
Queenstown

Master
(33394)

Atossa
Sunderland

John Kekhafen

31
Prussia

Mate
(85677)

Atossa
Sunderland

John Armstrong

25
Workington

Carpenter

[?]
Liverpool

James Smiles

21
Sunderland

Bosun

Atossa
Sunderland

Lawford Jones

39
Liverpool

Cook

Levant
Liverpool

Joseph Sims

25
London

Steward

[?]
Liverpool

Benjamin Bailes

20
 Sunderland

AB

Atossa
Sunderland

James Wallace

24
Liverpool

AB

Wrecked on 5th July 1868
from the Athelstan of Yarmouth
off the island of Chiloe, Chile

John Orr

21
Belfast

AB

Wrecked on 5th July 1868
from the Athelstan of Yarmouth
off the island of Chiloe, Chile

David Edwards

30
Swansea

AB

Antonia  [?]
[?]

William McCrae

33
Glasgow

AB

[?] Booth
Boston, U.S.

Thomas Evans

18
Fishguard

OS

Coronet
Liverpool

John Herbert Farr

15
Swansea

Apprentice

-

John Beatty Clements

14
 Cork

Boy

First Voyage

 
The Public Ledger newspaper of 27th November 1868 mentions ‘Atossa’ carrying “Copper produce from Carrizal to Swansea”.
On Wednesday 2nd December 1868 ‘Atossa’ was in port at Carrizal Bajo. The log entry for that date reads, “Joseph Sims Steward has deserted from the ship some time last night. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, James Smiles Boatswain.”
The Log shows that on Saturday 12th December 1868, “William McCrae AB has been paid off by mutual consent. Peter Clements Master, John Kekhafen Mate, James Smiles Boatswain."
Lloyd’s List records ‘Atossa’ sailing from Carrizal Bajo on 17th December 1868 bound for Swansea.
The crew for the voyage to Swansea were: -
 

NAME

AGE & PLACE
OF BIRTH

CAPACITY
(Cert. No.)

PREVIOUS SHIP & PORT   
  AT WHICH REGISTERED

Peter Clements

35
Queenstown

Master
(33394)

Atossa
Sunderland

John Kekhafen

31
Prussia

Mate
(85677)

Atossa
Sunderland

John Armstrong

25
Workington

Carpenter

[?]
Liverpool

James Smiles

21
Sunderland

Bosun

Atossa
Sunderland

Benjamin Bailes

20
Sunderland

AB

Atossa
Sunderland

James Wallace

24
Liverpool

AB

Wrecked on 5th July 1868
from the Athelstan of Yarmouth
off the island of Chiloe, Chile

John Orr

21
Belfast

AB

Wrecked on 5th July 1868
from the Athelstan of Yarmouth
off the island of Chiloe, Chile

David Edwards

30
Swansea

AB

Antonia  [?]
[?]

Albert Lupton

31
Guernsey

AB

[?]
Hamburg

Thomas Boyle

30
Glasgow

AB

Ocean Wave
American

George Turnbull

19
Durham

AB

[?]
Sunderland

John Milligan

20
[?]

AB

Eta
Swansea

Thomas Evans

18
Fishguard

OS

Coronet
Liverpool

John Herbert Farr

15
Swansea

Apprentice

-

John Beatty Clements

14
 Cork

Boy

First Voyage

William Halling

14
 Hull

Boy

Florence Danvers
Swansea

 
Wages for crew members who joined ‘Atossa’ in Chile were: -
 

NAME & CAPACITY

MONTHLY
WAGE

ADVANCE
OF WAGES

MONTHLY
ALLOTMENT

Benjamin Bailes - AB

£2 10s 0d

Nil

-

James Wallace - AB

£4 0s 0d

£4 0s 0d

-

John Orr - AB

£4 0s 0d

£4 0s 0d

-

David Edwards - AB

£4 0s 0d

£4 0s 0d

-

Albert Lupton - AB

£4 0s 0d

£4 0s 0d

-

Thomas Boyle - AB

£4 0s 0d

£4 0s 0d

-

George Turnbull - AB

£4 0s 0d

Nil

-

John Milligan - OS

£2 0s 0d

£2 4s 0d

-

William Halling - Boy

£1 0s 0d

5s 0d

£1 0s 0d

 
The Liverpool Mercury newspaper listed ‘Atossa’ on Thursday 15th April 1869 as being off Crookhaven, Ireland bound for Swansea.
On 19th April 1869 the crew were discharged at Swansea and paid the balance of their wages: -
 
Thomas Evans
£10 8s 7d
John Orr
£16 11s 3½d
Thomas (John) Boyle
£17 7s 8d
John Armstrong
£20 5s  ½d
James Wallace
£12 15s 2d
Benjamin Bailes
£11 10s 5d
Albert Lupton
£11 19s 10d
David Edwards
£12 3s 6½d
William Halling
£3 7s 11d
George Turnbull
£17 6s 8d
James Smiles
£13 8s 6d   
John B Clements
     -
 
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