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Weighed 400 tons, she was the smallest ship of the fleet, she proved an unsuitable vessel as for her size and she was a wet vessel even in clam waters. Sailing from England on January 19th 1790 .with 254 male convicts  Her master was Nicholas Antis, formerly chief mate on the  lady Penrhyn in the First Fleet the surgeon was William Waters 1st Date Arrived : Sydney 26 June 1790. 36 convicts died on the voyage

Soldiers of the New South Wales Corps on board who may have stayed. Some where convicts who later enlisted.

If the person has a link it is confirmed they stayed and have their own page

 

Some soldiers may still be missing

 

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