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Marianne, Immigrant Voyage to New South Wales 1832

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Marianne was a 261 ton Brig from Liverpool England bringing both Immigrants and sundry supplies to New South Wales in 1832. She left Liverpool on the 27th December and arrived Port Jackson on the 30th of May, 1832.

  • Master: Kenneth Mackenzie
  • Weight: 261 Tons
  • Crew: 14

NLA TROVE: The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Thu 31 May 1832 Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS. Arrived, last night, from Liverpool the 27th December, via the Cape, the brig Marianne, Mackenzie master, with mer-, chandise, and a number of pensioners and other settlers, for New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land, together with several cabin passengers.

NLA TROVE: The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Tue 12 Jun 1832 WE, the Passengers of the Brig Marianne, beg leave publicly to express our approbation of and gratitude to Captain Kenneth M'Kenzie, for his uniform good and seaman-like conduct, in navigating the vessel during our voyage from England. We also particularly have to return our most heartfelt thanks to Mr. John Pearson Rowe , Surgeon, for his zealous and kind attention to the wants of the very frequent sick, -publicly express our good opinion of his professional talent, and wish we were able to reward him better than now our humble means afford.-Yours. Given on board the Marianne, THOMAS COLEMAN, Secretary.

NLA TROVE: The Hobart Town Courier Fri 13 Jul 1832 TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived on Tuesday the 10th instant, the brig Marianne, 155 tons, Capt. McKenzie, from Sydney 1st July, with a cargo of wine, butter, beef and horses. Passengers, Mr. Turnbull, Mr. Young, Mr. Sinclair, Mr. & Mrs. Correll and 2 children, Mr. & Mrs. Flack and 3 children, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Carroll, Mr. & Mrs. Lazarus and 2 children, Mr. & Mrs. McMullen, Messrs. A., Hamilton, J. Kugh, James Crose, Joseph Bradshaw, M. O'Hara, R. Harris, John Thomas, George Wilson, James Durgon and Mary Smith.

NLA TROVE: The Colonist and Van Diemen's Land Commercial and Agricultural Advertiser, 24 Aug 1832 Mr. Hewitt has purchased the Brig Mari- anne, and intends immediately to fit her out for the Sperm Whaling.

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