Taggart, William
William Taggart ran the Pacific Steam Navigation Company from Austin Friars Street, London.1 He later worked as a secretary for the Pacific Steam Navigation Company in Liverpool from 1850 to 1859.2 In 1858, Taggart offered the Colonial Office a steamship to transport British troops from Panama to Victoria. His offer was accepted but never executed.3
Taggart may have been related to John Taggart of Guiana.4
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