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The barque Cadet made Numerous Voyages to the Australian Colonies in the 19th Century

The 465 ton barque Cadet made voyages to the Australian colonies carrying both Convicts and free immigrants in the mid 19th Century, including these ones from the Passengers in History website.

From Liverpool, England on Wednesday, March 10, 1841 - arriving at Cockatoo Dockyard, Sydney on Monday, August 9, 1841. (via Rio de Janeiro on the 21st of May.
From Dublin, Ireland on Monday, April 8, 1844 - arriving at Hobart, Town Van Diemen's Land on Friday, August 23, 1844. Captain J. Hillman & Surgeon-superintendent R. Bower and 164 male convicts
From London, England on Wednesday, September 8, 1847 - arriving at Hobart Town Van Diemen's Land on Saturday, January 1, 1848. Captain William Forsayth(e) & Surgeon-superintendent C. Kinnear and 164 female convicts.
From London, England on Tuesday, October 31, 1848 - arriving at Hobart Town Van Diemen's Land on Wednesday, April 11, 1849. Captain R. Pratt and Surgeon-superintedent J. Bowman and 150 female convicts.


NOTE please be careful when choosing this category
Not to be confused with the slightly later Canadian built barque which made voyages to the South Australian colony in the early 1850s from Passengers in History.


Sources

  • NRS5316/4_4788/Cadet_9 Aug 1841/ from the Assisted Immigrants (digital) Shipping Lists on the New South Wales State Archives and Records website at: NSW index


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