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Ships to Australia 1837-39

From the British Parliamentary Papers of 1839 II - Respecting Emigration to the Colonies

Fourth Enclosure in No. 1

Return of Ships and Passengers despatched for New South Wales by Government in the Year 1838
No. Name of Ship Place of Departure Date of Sailing Destination Tonnage No. of
Adult
Passengers
No. of
Children
between 14
and 7 Years
No. of
Children
under 7
Years
Total
Number of
Passengers
1 Duncan Greenock 11 Jan Sydney 542 123 62 75 260
2 Magistrate Cork 8 Mar " 518 183 31 58 272
3 Westminster Gravesend 25 Mar " 513 141 29 80 250
4 Lady Kennaway Leith 18 Apr " 583 146 45 92 283
5 Woodbridge Gravesend 25 Apr " 516 147 45 75 267
6 Palmyra Gravesend 13 May " 602 153 54 84 291
7 William Roger Greenock 13 May " 497 136 68 92 296
8 Parland Londonderry 26 May " 483 151 52 86 289
9 Mandarin Belfast 10 June " 424 145 36 97 278
10 Maitland Gravesend 24 June " 648 169 72 74 315
11 Calcutta Cork 29 June " 706 205 48 57 310
12 St. George Oban 4 July " 593 205 51 70 326
13 Lady Nugent Gravesend 23 July " 535 134 47 57 238
14 Boyne Cromarty 31 Aug " 619 158 60 67 285
15 Charles Kerr Limerick 15 Sept " 463 124 50 52 226
16 Asia Cromarty 18 Sept " 536 151 53 66 270
17 Lady M'Naghten Cromarty 26 Sept " 558 145 30 30 205
18 Susan Londonderry 13 Oct " 514 147 75 39 261
19 James Moran Loch Broom 13 Oct " 538 136 34 40 210
20 Juliana Gravesend 20 Oct " 549 142 48 53 243
21 British King Tobermory Oct " 630 205 54 67 326
22 Prince Regent Gravesend 2 Nov " 527 129 57 48 234
23 Garrow Belfast 9 Nov " 475 151 52 29 232
24 Alquis Cork 7 Dec " 671 197 53 46 296


Respecting Emigration to the Colonies

No. 12

Return of Twenty-four Ships (exclusive of the "John Barry"), being all, since the beginning of 1837, of which the particulars on arrival in the colony are yet reported; distinguishing those which have been filled by their own Surgeons Superintendent from those which have been filled by Selecting Officers at Home, and showing the Numbers embarked, and the Mortality in both classes.

Ships for which Selections were made by their own Surgeons Superintendent.
  Name of Ships Embarked Deaths
Year 1837 Adam Lodge 405 26
Augusta Jessie 226 8
Bussorah Merchant 293 58
Layton 300 72
Strathfieldsaye 295 35
Orontes 220 13
Year 1838 Duncan 260 23
Magistrate 272 11
Westminster 250 10
Parland 289 3
Mandarin 278 11
Calcutta 310 8
  Totals 3,398 278

Average number of Deaths per cent. 8.2


Ships for which Selections were made by a Selecting Officer.
  Name of Ships Embarked Deaths
Year 1837 William Nicoll 321 10
Mid Lothian 282 24
Brilliant 320 1
Year 1838 Lady Kennaway 283 7
Woodbridge 267 10
Palmyra 291 32
William Roger 296 60
Maitland 315 39
St. George 326 10
Lady Nugent 238 2
Charles Kerr 226 6
Susan 261 4
Total 3,426 205

Average number of Deaths per cent. 5.9
Total Average of deaths per cent., without distinction of the officers by whom selections were made In 1837 - 9.3

In 1838 - 5.6

N.B.-In this return the numbers embarked are taken from the official returns by the surgeon superintendent at the time of sailing; the numbers of deaths are taken from the returns made in the colony, by J.D. Pinnock, Esq., the agent for emigrants.


No. 13

Copy of a Despatch from Governor Sir George Gipps to Lord Glenelg.

Government House, Sydney, 14 March 1839.

My Lord,

I have the honour to enclose herewith, for your Lordship's information, a return of the number of immigrants introduced into this colony on the bounty system during the year 1838, by which your Lordship will perceive that 557 men, 567 women, and 468 children have been introduced for the total sum of 22,071l.

For every 100 adults 41 children only have been introduced; whereas, in ships fitted out by the Government the corresponding number is 101 children for every 100 adults.

I have, &c.

(Signed) Geo. Gipps


Enclosure in No. 13

A Return of Immigrants who arrived in the Colony of New South Wales on Government Bounty during the year 1838.
Name of Ship Date of Arrival Men Women Children Total Amount of Bounty

s. d.

Duchess of Kent 5 Jan 1 1 - 2 30 - -
Augusta Jessie 19 Jan 2 2 - 4 60 - -
Minerva 23 Jan 45 42 34 121 1,410 - -
Spartan 31 Jan 7 5 4 16 175 - -
Siam 1 Feb 2 2 3 7 75 - -
Upton Castle 24 Feb 17 19 5 41 550 - -
Duchess of Northumberland 22 Apr 57 62 59 178 2,010 - -
Kinnear 23 Apr 8 8 19 35 357 - -
Amelia Thompson 1 July 55 52 39 146 2,151 - -
Florentia 3 Aug 3 7 1 11 145 - -
William Metcalfe 31 Aug 53 53 59 165 2,273 - -
Coromandel 2 Oct 85 91 89 265 3,683 - -
John M'Lellan 3 Oct 12 14 15 41 536 - -
Fairlie 6 Dec 84 72 15 171 2,913 - -
James Pattison 9 Dec 60 71 59 190 2,748 - -
Porland 22 Dec 75 75 77 227 3,262 - -
Laura - - 1 1 2 28 - -
  Total 566 577 479 1,622 22,406 - -
Immigration Office, Sydney,

5 February 1839.

J. Denham Pinnock,

Agent for Immigration.

Return of Four last Government Ships which have sailed for New South Wales.
Name of Ship Adults Children over Seven Children under Seven Total
David Clarke 166 45 18 229
China 188 43 28 259
Florist 148 30 30 208
North Britain 191 54 39 284

Total

693 172 115 980

14 August 1839.


Emigration Ships (BPP 1939 II (567))

Return to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons,

dated 9 July 1839;-for

No. 1

Return stating the Name and tonnage, according to the old mode of Admeasurement, of each Ship taken up by the Government, or by any Persons acting under its authority, for the Conveyance of Emigrants from any Port or Ports in the United Kingdom to Van Diemen's Land and New South Wales in the Year 1837; showing the Dates when, and the Port at which, each Vessel was taken up, her Age and Place where Built, where the Emigrants by each Ship were Embarked, the Name of the Owner and of the Broker or Agent making the Contract, and the Rate of Hire, per Old ton, paid in each Case; the Number of individuals embarked in each Ship, specifying how many were Infants under One Year old, how many from One to Seven years old, how many from Seven to Fourteen Years old, and how many of each Sex above that Age, and the Aggregate Number of Deaths, distinguishing Adults from children, which took place on board each Vessel during the Voyage; the Name of the Surgeon Supertendent[sic] of each Vessel, and the Aggregate Amount paid to him for his entire Services, specifying in each Case the particulars constituting such Amount: also, the Aggregate Cost of the Victualling, Equipment, Contingencies, and entire Expenditure as respects each Ship, independent of the Hire or Freight thereof.

No. 1.-Return of Freights, and other Particulars connected with the Hiring of Government Emigrant Ships, 1837, 1838, and 1839.

Name Tonnage, Old Measurement When engaged
by the Emigration Department, or reported by the Admiralty to be
taken up.
Where Engaged By whom Engaged Age of Ship Place where Built Place at which Emigrants were Embarked Name of Owner Name of Broker or Agent Rate of Hire per Old Ton.

s. d.

1837
John Barry 524 5 Jan London Admiralty 2 3 years Whitby Dundee R. Barry Lachlan & Co 4 17 6
Adam Lodge 567 9 Feb Liverpool Dr. Osborne, R.N. - - Londonderry - - 6 - -
Augusta Jessie 380 3 May London Admiralty 3 Sunderland Portsmouth S. Edinborough Pirie & Co 4 1 6
William Nicoll 408 1 June Greenock Emigration Dept. 3 Greenock Hebrides T. Fleming - 4 10 -
Mid Lothian 414 21 June ditto ditto 2 Sunderland ditto G. Youngs - 4 17 6
Bussorah Merchant 530 4 July London Admiralty 19 Calcutta Cork L.W. Moncrief Lachlan & Co 4 10 -
Layton 513 15 July ditto ditto 23 Lancaster Bristol J. Somes ditto 4 17 6
Strathfieldsaye 476 17 July ditto ditto 8 Chepstow Limerick T. Ward ditto 4 10 -
Brilliant 429 19 Aug Leith Emigration Dept 3 Montreal Herbrides S. Paterson - 4 17 6
Orontes 452 10/94 3 Oct London Admiralty 8 Yarmouth London ___ Barber Lachlan & Co 4 - -
1838
Duncan 542 7/94 9 Nov 1837 Liverpool Emigration Dept - Isle of Man Greenock F. Aikin - 4 12 6
Magistrate 518 20 Dec __ ditto ditto 4 years ditto Cork G. Loch Hughes & Co 5 - -
Westminster 513 22/94 16 Feb 1838 London Admiralty 1 Sunderland Gravesend D. Dunbar Lachlan & Co 3 16 -
Lady Kennaway 583 77/94 16 Feb ditto ditto 21 Calcutta Leith T. Ward ditto 4 2 -
Woodbridge 516 13/94 3 Mar ditto ditto 29 ditto Gravesend Tebbut & Co ditto 3 17 -
Palmyra 602 12/94 22 Mar ditto ditto 18 ditto ditto J. Somes ditto 4 9 -
William Rogers 497 24 Mar Greenock Emigration Dept 5 Quebec Greenock D. Gilkison & Co - 4 17 6
Parland 483 7 Apr Bristol ditto 3 Leith Londonderry F. Hastie J. Aikin & Co 4 15 -
Mandarin 424 5 May Liverpool ditto 4 Hamilton Belfast J. Donald ditto 4 14 -
Maitland 648 1/94 2 June London Admiralty 28 Calcutta Gravesend J. Somes Laclan & Co 3 19 9
Calcutta 706 7 May Liverpool Emigration Dept 3 Quebec Cork C. Chaloner J. Aikin & Co 4 10 -
St. George 593 24 Apr Greenock ditto 2 New Brunswick Oban R. Ellis - 4 16 6
Lady Nugent 535 25 June London Admiralty 25 Bombay Gravesend J. Somes Lachlan & Co 3 19 9
Boyne 619 58/94 29 June ditto ditto 22 Calcutta Cromarty ditto ditto 5 13 6
Charles Kerr 463 17 July ditto ditto 12 Sunderland Limerick Pirie & Co Pirie & Co. 3 17 6
Asia 536 82/94 29 June ditto ditto 20 Aberdeen Cormarty J. Somes Lachlan & Co 5 13 6
Lady M'Naghten 558 11/94 7 Aug ditto ditto 13 Calcutta ditto W. Faith ditto 4 17 -
Susan 514 27 Aug Liverpool Emigration Dept 2 New Brunswick Londonderry Waddell J. Aikin & Co 4 10 -
James Moran 538 21 Aug Greenock ditto 1 ditto Loch Broom J. Ballantine - 4 16 -
Juliana 549 7 Sept London Admiralty 19 Calcutta Gravesend R. Templeton Lachlan & Co 4 2 6
British King 630 21 Aug Greenock Emigration Dept 3 New Brunswick Tobermory D. Gilkison & Co - 4 17 6
Prince Regent 527 85/94 6 Sept London Admiralty 27 Shields Gravesend J. Somes Lachlan & Co 4 - -
Garrow 475 27 Sept Liverpool Emigration Dept new New Brunswick Belfast Lodge & Co - 4 12 6
Aliquis 671 24 Sept ditto ditto 6 Quebec Cork R. Glass & Co J. Aikin & co 4 14 -
1839
Bussorah Merchant 530 18/94 14 Feb London Admiralty 21 years Calcutta Bristol L.W. Moncrief Messrs Lachlan & Co 5 5 -
Hero 402 27/94 16 Mar ditto ditto 16 Bristol Leith A. Smith ditto 5 2 9
Navarino 463 7/94 19 Mar ditto ditto - - Cork T. Ward ditto 5 8 6
Cornwall 872 2 Apr ditto ditto 28 Calcutta Gravesend J. Somes ditto 4 5 - *
Neptune 643 76/94 11 Apr ditto ditto 25 ditto ditto Mangles & Co ditto 4 19 6
David Clarke 608 4 May Liverpool Emigration Dept 22 ditto Greenock A. Ker & Co - 4 17 6
Florist 443 9 May London Admiralty 1 Newport Gravesend W. Perkins Messrs Tiplady 5 15 -
China 618 37/94 9 June Liverpool Emigration Dept 4 New Brunswick Waterford J. Johnson - 5 - -
Orestes 529 31/94 2 July Bristol ditto 4 Bristol Bristol ____ Hillhouse Toulmin & Co 5 - -
North Britain 625 4 July Liverpool ditto 2 Merinac Kingstown Bentley & Co - 5 - -
Crusader 600 10 July ditto ditto - - - - - 5 - -
George Fyfe 392 24 June Greenock ditto - - - - - 4 15 -
Crescent 524 65/94 27 July London Admiralty - - - Gardner & Co W. Wise 5 10 -
* The owners were to be allowed to carry a limited quantity of iron in this ship; but they did not eventually make use of the option T. Frederick Elliot,

Agent General for Emigration

No. 2

A similar Return, so far as the same can be made out, as respects all the Vessels taken up by Government for the same Service in 1838.

No. 2-Return of the Number of Passengers, and the Mortality, in Government Emigrant Ships, 1837, 1838, and 1839.

Name of Ship Surgeon Superintendent Departure Arrival Days on Voyage Touched Number of people Embarked Number of Births Deaths
Male Adults Female Adults Between 14 and 7 Under 7 Total Adults Children
1837
John Barry D. thomson, M.D., R.N. 24 Mar 13 Sept 112 Cape Verde, 21 Apr 87 95 44 97 323 10 On board 3 and in quarantine 9 On board 22 and 3 in quarantine
Adam Lodge A. Osborne, R.N. ditto ditto 112 - 90 116 74 125 405 8 4 22
Augusta Jessie T. Galloway, R.N. 13 June 11 Oct 121 - 54 56 29 37 226 4 1 7
William Nicoll G. Roberts, R.N. 6 July 27 Oct 114 Cape 11 Sept 80 81 56 104 321 - - 1-
Mid Lothian R. Stewart 7 Aug 12 Dec 128 - 64 78 41 99 282 1 7 17
Bussorah Merchant M. Price, R. N. 24 Aug ditto 111 - 67 93 28 105 298 - 4 54(a)
      1838                     
Layton W. Rogers, R.N. 8 Sept 20 Jan 135 - 69 69 49 113 300 2 2 70(b)
Strathfieldsaye C. Sproule, R.N. 11 Sept 30 Jan 142 Cape, 5 Dec 68 91 37 99 295 9 - 35(c)
Brilliant A. Campbell 27 Sept 27 Jan 126 Cape, 29 Nov 74 84 59 103 320 2 - 1
Orontes H.G. Block, M.D., R.N. 23 Nov 18 May 176 Cape, 9 Mar 1838 54 58 42 66 220 7 3 10
1838   1838 1838                    
Duncan J. Dobite, R.N. 11 Jan 20 June 170 Rio, 10 Apr 59 64 62(d) 75(d) 260 8 3 20(e)
Magistrate A. Sayage, R.N. 8 Mar 21 July 135 Cape, 21 May 78 105 31 58 272 12 3 8
Westminster J. Lawrence, R.N. 25 Mar 26 June 94 - 70 71 29 80 250 9 - 10
Lady Kennaway R. Waugh 18 Apr 12 Aug 117 - 71 75 45 92 283 7 - 7
Woodbridge A. Stewart, R.N. 25 Apr 15 Sept 143 Cape, 2 July 79 68 45 75 267 3 2 8(f)
Palmyra C. Carter, M.D., R.N. 13 May 26 Sept 137 Rio, 13 July 84 69 54 84 291 6 On board 2 and 1 in quarantine On board 27 and 2 in quarantine
William Rogers J. Reid ditto ditto 137 Cape, Aug 71 65 68 92 296 4 On board 6 and 26 in quarantine On board 10 and 18 in quarantine
Parland D. Ross, R.N. 26 May 3 Oct 129 - 75 76 52 86 289 4 - 3
Mandarin E. Leah, R.N. 10 June 18 Oct 131 - 69 76 36 97 278 7 2 9
Maitland J. Smith (c), R.N. 24 June 6 Nov 135 Cape, 19 Sept 91 78 72 74 315 3 On board 5 and 2 in quarantine On board 29 and 3 in quarantine
Calcutta M. Goodsir, R.N. 29 June 15 Oct 108 - 85 119 48 57 310 1 - 8
St. George D. M'Lean 4 July 15 Nov 128 Cape, 23 Sept 120 85 51 70 326 5 2 8
Lady Nugent G. Roberts, R.N. 22 July 27 Nov 128 - 70 64 47 57 238 4 - 2
Boyne E. Cainman? 31 Aug - - Cape, 15 Nov 86 72 60 67 285     
Charles Kerr J. Smith, (b), R.N. 15 Sept - - - 58 66 50 52 226  -  6
Asia D. M'Donnell 18 Sept - - - 89 62 53 66 270      
Lady M'Naghten A. Skinner 26 Sept - - - 92 53 30 30 225      
Susan C. Kennedy, R.N. 13 Oct - - - 81 66 75 39 261  - - 4
James Moran J.W. M'Nee ditto - - - 69 67 34 40 210      
Juliana H. Kelsall, R.N. 20 Oct - - Cape, 19 Jan 1839 67 75 48 53 243      
British King A. Arbuckle - - - - 118 87 54 67 326      
Prince Regent T. Galloway, R.N. 2 Nov - - - 71 58 57 48 234      
Garrow H. Geddney, R.N. 9 Nov - - - 69 82 52 29 232      
Aliquis J.W. Bowler, R.N. 7 Dec - - - 97 100 53 46 296      
1839
Bussorah Merchant J. Scott, M.D., R.N. 15 Apr - - - 80 86 42 32 240      
Hero D. King, M.D., R.N. 7 May - - - 75 70 41 15 210      
Navarino W. Chartres, R.N. 11 May - - - 75 74 43 24 216      
Cornwall G. King, M.D., R.N. ditto - - - 150 101 74 62 387      
Neptune D. Geddes, R.N. 1 June - - - 102? 81 57 48 288      
David Clarke A. Gilchrist, M.D., R.N. 13 June - - - 97 69 45 18 229      
Florist J.S. Hampton, R.N. 18 June - - - 84 64 30 30 208      
China C. O'Brien, M.D., R.N. 28 July - - - 90 98 43 28 259      
Orestes P. Leonard, R.N. 13 Aug - - - 87 81 41 33 241      
North Britain D. G. Miller, R.N. 12 ___ - - - 100 91 54 39 284      
Crusader J. Bintwhistle                        
George Fyfe                        
Crescent                          
(a) Of this number all but three were under five years of age.

(b) All under four years of age.

(c) The surgeon reported that the bulk of the passengers were very healthy, and that the mortality was of children under five years of age.

(d) The two classes of children not having been distinguished in the return for the Duncan, these numbers have been inserted at the average rate of that period.

(e) All but two of these deaths under four years

(f) All under four years.

  T. Fred. Elliot, Agent General for Emigration

No. 3

A similar Return, so Far as the same can be made out, as respects the Ships which have been taken up by Government for the same Service during the present Year.

No. 3.-Return of the Expenses of Government Emigrant Ships, 1837 and 1838.

Name of Ship Name of Surgeon Superintendent Name of Selecting Officer, if not Surgeon superintendent Surgeon superintendent's Emoluments Rateable Part of Selecting Officer's Remuneration Total Expense of Selection and Superintendence Cost of Shipping

Total Cost of each party of Emigrants, being the Amount of Columns 8 and 11

Pay, Lodging Money, and Gratuity Passage Money Total Freight All other Expenses Total Cost of Shipping
1837
John Barry D. Boyter, R.N., M.D. and D. Thompson, R.N., M.D. Dr. Boyter 434 16 6

(a) 474 - -

- - -

80 - -

988 16 6 - - - 988 16 6 2,554 10 - 2,660 - - 5,214 10 - 6,203 6 6
Adam Lodge A. Osborne, R.N. - 1,067 19 - 180 - - 1,247 19 - - - - 1,247 19 - 5,352 - - - - - 5,352 - - 6,599 19 -
Augusta Jessie T. Galloway, R.N. - 768 12 - 180 - - 948 12 - - - - 948 12 - 1,549 17 8 1,248 4 - 2,798 1 8 3,746 13 8
William Nicoll G. Roberts, R.N. Dr. Boyter 314 4 - 180 - - 494 4 - 113 15 4 607 19 4 1,839 10 10 1,843 1 - 3,682 11 10 4,290 1 2
Mid Lothian R. Stewart ditto 215 - - 80 - - 295 - - 113 15 4 408 15 4 2,019 14 - 1,595 6 3 3,615 - 3 4,023 5 7
Bussorah Merchant M. Price, R.N. - 470 13 6 180 - - 650 13 6 - - - 650 13 6 2,385 17 2 1,971 9 - 4,357 6 2 5,007 19 8
Layton W. Rogers, R.N. - 401 11 - 180 - - 581 11 - - - - 581 11 - 2,501 2 8 1,450 18 6 3,952 1 2 4,533 12 2
Strathfieldsaye O. Sproule, R.N. - 352 11 6 180 - - 532 11 6 - - - 532 11 6 2,142 7 6 1,736 1 3 3,878 8 9 4,411 - 3
Brilliant A. Campbell Dr. Boyter 150 - - 80 - - 230 - - 113 15 4 343 15 4 2,090 3 6 1,385 9 4 3,475 12 10 3,818 18 2
Orontes H.G. Brock, M.D., R.N. - (b) 274 2 - 80 - - 354 2 - - - - 354 2 - 1,808 8 6 1,709 3 10 3,517 12 4 3,871 14 4
1838
Duncan J. Dobie, R.N. - (c) 318 17 6 80 - -
Magistrate A. Savage, R.N. - 80 - -
Westminster J. Lawrence, R.N. - 180 - -
Lady Kennaway R. Waugh & __ Hope Dr. Boyter 120 - -
Woodbridge A. Stewart, R.N. Dr. Inches 178 - -
Palmyra C. Carter, M.D., R.N. ditto 160 - -
William Rogers J. Reid Dr. Boyter no account
Parland D. Ross, R.N. - no account
Mandarin E. Leah, R.N. - 160 - -
Maitland J. Smith, (?), R.N. Dr. Inches no account
Calcutta M. Goodsin, R.N. - 160 - -
St. George D. M'Donnell? Dr. Boyter 60 - -
Lady Nugent G. Roberts, R.N. Dr. Inches 160 - -
Boyne E. Cameron Dr. Boyter 160 - -
Charles Kerr J. Smith, (b) R.N. Dr. Hall no account
Asia D. M'Donell and __ Bramber Dr. Boyter 160 - -

60 - -

Lady M'Naghten A. Skinner ditto 160 - -
Susan C. Kennedy, R.N. Dr. Hall no account
James Moran J.W. M'Nee Dr. Boyter 160 - -
Juliana H. Kelsall, R.N. Dr. Galloway no account
British King A. Arbuckle Dr. Boyter 160 - -
Prince Regent T. Galloway, R.N. - no account
Garrow H. Goldney, R.N. Dr Hall no account
Aliquis J.W. Bowler, R.N. ditto no account
(a) Accounts not rendered. This amount is estimated

(b) Accounts not rendered. This amount is estimated.

(c) Accounts not rendered. This amount is estimated

(d) Accounts not rendered. This amount is estimated.

(e) This Total in Column 10 includes the Expenses incurred by the Asia's detention at Plymouth

(f) In regard to the Juliana, this Total in column 10 includes all expenses of the people's maintenance at the Cape, after shipwreck, and 1,400l. Paid for freight of other vessels to Sydney. In Column 9 only half the freight is stated, the other half being forfeited to Government by loss of the ship.

T. Frederick Elliot,

Agent General for Emigration

(No. 4 is an account of the money paid to the Selecting Officers for their expenses and is not included.)

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