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" Surprise "

2nd Date Arrived : Sydney 27 June 1791

" Pitt "

 

 Built 1780  on the Thames 775 tons in weight
Sailed 17 July 1791 From Yarmouth trip  212 days
Arrived : Sydney, 14 February 1792  
352 male convicts 58 female convicts  Deaths 20 males, 9 females  
Ships Master Edward Manning,  Ships Surgeon Edward Jameson

" Royal Admiral "

 2nd Date Arrived  Built 1777  0n the Thames weight  914 tons
 sailed  30 April 1791 from Torbay, trip  130,
Arrived Sydney 7 October 1792
 299  Male convicts, 49 female convicts. Deaths 10 males, 2 females  
Ships Master Henry Bond,  Ships Surgeon   Richard Alley

" Boddingtons "

 Built 1781 on the Thames weight 331 tons
Sailed 15 02 1793 From  Cork trip of 173 Days   
Arrived Sydney 07 August 1793
125 Male & 20 Female Convicts 1 Death
Ships Master Robert Chalmers Ships Surgeon Richard Kent

" HMS Glatton "

Originally she arrived  Sydney  25/12/1793  (East Indiaman is the type of ship meaning  she carried cargo, Passengers and was armed with Cannon aid to defend her self ). She was bought by the Royal Navy in1795 and converted into a warship. She became the HMS Glatton a 56 - gun 4th rate ship of the line. She most likely carried free settlers and supplies for the colony.  A fourth-rate was, during the1700's, a  ship of the line   mounting 50-60 guns .The fourth rate was considered too weak to stand in the line of battle. The few that remained were relegated to convoy escort, or as flagships a number were  converted to troopships,

" Sugar Cane "

 Built 1786 on the  Thames weighed 403
Arrived : Sydney 17 September 1793 Sailed 12 04 1793 from Cork a trip of 157 days
110 male &  50 female convicts 1 execution
 ships master Thomas Musgrave   ships Surgeon   David Wake Bell

" Minerva "  

Built in  Bombay Weighed558   
1st Date Arrived : Sydney 28 October 1793
She most likely carried free settlers and supplies for the colony
" Surprize "
 Weighed 400 tons,  
2rd Date Arrived : Sydney 25 October 1794 sailed  02 05 1794 from England a trip of 176 days
23 male &   60 female convicts Nil Deaths
Ships master Patrick Campbell Ships Surgeon James Thomson

"Experiment "

Date Arrived : Sydney 24/12/1794

" Coromandel "

1st Date Arrived : Sydney 13 June 1795 ,

" Marquis of Cornwaillis "
Built 1789 in India Weighed 654 tons
 Arrived : Sydney , 11 February 1796 Sailed 09 08 1795 from Cork a trip of 186 days
 163 male & 70 female convicts  11 Deaths. Seven as a result of a Mutiny on board  
Ships master Michael Hogan Ships Surgeon Matthew Austin

" Prince Of Wales "

Date Arrived : Sydney 2 November 1796

"H.M.S Ganges "

Date Arrived : Sydney 2 June 1797

  Ganges a frigate of 1,655 tons, with 74 guns and a ships company of 590 men. She was the ex Bengal, one of three ships presented by the East India Company in 1779 to the Royal Navy. Built on the River Thames she was begun in April 1780 and launched on 30th March 1782. Sailed 1797 from  Portsmouth      203 male convicts 13Deaths Ships master Thomas Patrickson  Ships Surgeon James Mileham

The following is a brief account of her during the period 1782 - 1816.
1782 Action off Cape Spartel and Fina. Relief of Gibraltar by Lord Howe - Captain Charles Fielding
1793 With the Channel Fleet under Lord Howe - Captain A J P Molley
1794 In company with HMS Montagu in West Indies, captured French 24 gun corvette Jacobin. Captain W Truscott
1796 With Rear Admiral Christian at capture of St Lucia, St Vincent and Grenada - Captain R M Douall
1797 Military Transport
1801 Copenhagen - Captain T F Freemantle
1806 With Sir T Louis squadron at capture of French ship Presidente. Captain P Halkett
1807 Bombardment of Copenhagen - Commodore R G Kets, Captain P Halkett
1808 Blockade of Tagus, Portugal - Captain P Halkett
1809 Walcheren Expedition, Antwerp - Captain P Halkett1811Converted to Prison Ship
1814 Loaned to the Board of Transport
1816 Broken up at Plymouth
" Barwell "  
Built 1782 on the Thames Weight 796  
Arrived : Sydney 18 May 1798 sailed 07 11 1797 from   Portsmouth a trip of 192days  
296 male convicts  9 Deaths
ships master John Cameron Ships Surgeon John Thomas Sharpe

" Surprize "

" Britania "

 Built 1783 at  Bridgport weight 301 tons
2nd Date Arrived : Sydney 18 July 1798. Sailed 1798 From  England
 96 female Convicts  2 deaths
 Ships Master Robert Turnbull

" Buffalo "

Date Arrived : Sydney 26 April 1799

" Minerva "
Bombay and weighed 558 tons
2nd Date Arrived : Sydney 11 January 1800 Sailed  24 08 1799 from Cork a trip of 140 days
165 male & 26 Female Convicts 3 deaths
Ships Master Joseph Salkeld

 "Friendship "

 2nd Date Arrived arrived 15/2/1800

" Hunter "

Date Arrived : Sydney 8 June 1800

This ship arrived in Port Jackson, It did have some members of the New South Wales Corps on Board. All returned to England following their Garrison duty here.

" Royal Admiral "

 3rd Date Arrived  Built 1777  0n the Thames weight  914 tons
3rd Trip Arrived Sydney 22 November 1800 sailed  23 05 1800  from England , trip  181
 300  Male convicts, . Deaths 43 males,
Ships Master   William Wilson,  Ships Surgeon   Samuel Turner     

" Earl Cornwallis "

Date Arrived : Sydney , 15 June 1801 ,sailed 18 11 1800 from  England trip of 206 days  
193 Male & 95  Female convicts Deaths  27 Male & 7 females
Ships master Jas Tennent

" Canada "

Date Arrived : Sydney 14 December 1801 Sailed 21 06 1801  from Spithead trip of 176days  
104 male convicts  3 Deaths  
ships Master  William Wilkinson Ships Surgeon John Kelly

" Chance   "

Date Arrived : arrived 13/4/1801 She most likely carried free settlers and supplies for the colony. It appears she carried no convicts on this voyage

" Minorca "

Date Arrived : Sydney 14 December 1801 Sailed 21 06 1801 from  Spithead a trip of 176 days
104 male convicts 5 Deaths
Registered Newcastle 1799
Tons Guns Men Built/Registered  -  407.10.30/36 . Whence  London
Ships Master John Leith Ships Surgeon  George Longstaff
Master Owner Jno Leith  F & T Hurry  - 

" Hercules "

Date arrived 26/6/1802 Sailed  29 11 1801 from Ireland a trip of  209 days
140 male & 25 female convicts    44 Male Deaths
Ships master Luckyn Betts Ships Surgeon J.J.W Kunst

" Atlas "

 Date Arrived : Sydney 8 July 1802

" Coromandel "

2nd Date Arrived : Sydney 13 August 1802 sailed 12 02 1802 from  Spithead a trip of 121 days 
138 male convicts 137 1 Death   
ships master  Alex Sterling ships surgeon  Chas Throsby

" HMS Calcutta "

Date Arrived :Arrived at Port Philip on 9th October 1803, carrying both settlers and convicts, as well as army personnel, under Lt. Collins. Then on to an arrival in Sydney 26 December 1803
She most likely carried free settlers and supplies for the colony. It appears she carried no convicts on this voyage

 "Rolla "

Arrived 12/5/1803  Sailed 04 11 1802 from Cork a  trip of 189 days 
127 male & 37 female convicts 8 male Deaths
ships Master  Robert Cumming Ships Surgeon John Buist
 

" Coromandel "

3rd Date Arrived : Sydney , 8 May 1804 ,Sailed 04 12 1803 from  England trip of 154 days
200 male convicts no Deaths
Ship  masters  John Robinson/George Blakey

" Tellicherry "

Date Arrived : Sydney 16 February 1806  sailed  31 08 1805  from  Cowes Cork a trip of 174 days
     2 male & 136 Female Convicts 6 Female Deaths
The ship made its long delayed departed from Cork on 31 August 1805 with the convicts under the guard of British soldiers and the vessel being manned by a crew of forty. The vessel arrived in Sydney on St Valentines Day (14 Feb) 1806 disembarkation completed on 16 February 1806 . There is some dispute about the exact numbers of convicts but none that the Captain was Thomas Cozens.
The Wicklow Five a travesty of Justice
Some History behind the Tellicherry

 

"William  Pitt "

 

Some History behind the William Pitt
 
 Built 1780  on the Thames 775 tons in weight
Departed Cork 31. 8.1605, arrived Sydney 11. 4.1806 - carried 1 male convict and 120 English female prisoners (landed 116 females) -
The William Pitt and Tellicherry were "sister" ships - both departing from Cork as part of the East India Fleet. The William Pitt stopped off at Cape Town where the female convicts were unloaded and imprisoned while the vessel was used for an attack on the Dutch as part of the British claim on the Boer states of South Africa. The result was that the vessel was seriously delayed and for some time was believed lost.
Arrived : Sydney, 11 April 1806
1 male cand 120 female convicts  Deaths 1 males, 4 females  
Ships Master Captain Jonathan Boyce

 

" Fortune "

Date Arrived : Sydney 12 July 1806 Sailed 28 01 1806 from  England a Trip Of 165 days
260 male Convicts 4 Deaths
Ships Master  Hy Moore

" H.M.S Porpoise "

Date Arrived : Sydney  5th August 1806 this ship was to collect plant and animal specimens for Study. Commanded by William Bligh and carried Sir Joseph Banks on Board. She was not carrying any Convicts William Bligh 27 Sep 1805 Commander: HMS Porpoise,  14 Nov 1805 Captain: HMS Porpoise,31 Jul 1808 Commodore: HMS Porpoise

" Duke of Portland "

Date Arrived : Sydney , 29 July 1807
189 male Convicts No Deaths
Ships Master John C Spence

 " Young William "

Date Arrived :  24 March 1807

 "Pegasus "

Date Arrived :  24 March 1808

 

" Recovery "

 Date Arrived : Sydney 25 July 1808 no convicts carried on this voyage

" Sinclair "

Date Arrived : Sydney 29 July 1808 no Convicts carried on this trip

" Speke "

Date Arrived : Sydney 18 November 1808 Sailed 18 05 1808 from  Falmouth a trip of182 days
99 male Convicts 2 Deaths
Ships Master John Hingston Ships surgeon J Macmillan
 

" Admiral Gambier "

Date Arrived : Sydney 21 December 1808 Sailed 02 07 1808 from  Portsmouth a trip of 171days
200 male Convicts 3 deaths
 ships Master Ed Harrison

 "Dromedary"

 Arrived 1809 with stores for the colony no Convicts carried on this trip

 

References
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