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Lady Castlereagh, Convict Voyage to New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land 1817-18

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Voyage of the Convict Transport Lady Castlereagh to New South Wales and then on to Van Diemen's Land in 1818

built: 1803


size: 842 tons

master: Captain George Weltden

surgeon superintendent: James Craigie

sailed: departed Portsmouth on 22nd December 1817

convicts embarked: 300 male prisoners

arrived: Port Jackson on the 26th of April, 1818

convicts disembarked: 39 male convicts

arrived: Hobart Town 11 June 1818

convicts disembarked: 261 male convicts

passengers: included Rev. Walter Lawrey of the Wesleyan Missionary Society and traveller W.B. Cramp.

military guard: a detachment of 34th, 46th and 48th regiments under orders of Lieut. Brotheridge of the 48th and Ensign Lax of 34th.



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