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Carnatic (Ship 1834)

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The ship Carnatic made Numerous Voyages to the Australian Colonies and New Zealand in the 19th Century

Note: She was a vessel of 632 tons not to be confused with the Carnatic, a clipper ship of 871 tons, built at Sunderland by Pile in 1867, which also came to New Zealand in the 1870s

Voyages to the Australian Colonies and New Zealand include the following from the Passengers in History website:

From Plymouth on Monday, September 20, 1852 - arriving at Melbourne on Sunday, December 19, 1852. carrying 157 passengers.

From Plymouth on Friday, January 23, 1857 - arriving at Port Adelaide on Monday, April 27, 1857. Captain C.R. Suckling and William Campbell, surgeon-superintendent.


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