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Calcutta (Ship 1817)

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

From the Passengers In History website and the Bound For South Australia website we see the following voyage:

The 389 ton barque Calcutta sailed from London 29 - 01- 1849 under master Captain Benjamin Prynn, and arrived Port Adelaide on 23 - 06 - 1849. (Via St. Jago) Carrying 104 passengers.

NOTE: Numerous ships of this name made similar voyages to the Australian Colonies in the 19th Century, so please becareful choosing this category.

Ships of the same name also sailed at least 4 times to Tasmania (Van Diemans' Land) from 1841 - 1873 Libraries Tasmania

And in the following years to Victoria: 1853, 1872, 1873. The last two would probably have been the much larger Iron barque built in 1860 in Glasgow.


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