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Mariner, Convict Voyage to New South Wales 1816

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Convict Transport ship Mariner's voyage to New South Wales in 1816

built: Whitby in 1807

type: ship

size: 446 - 449 tons

master: Captain John Herbert.

surgeon superintendent: John Haslam

sailed from England: June 1816

embarked: 145 male convicts

arrived Port Jackson: 11 October 1816

deaths on voyage: 0

surviving convicts: 146 (1 being added at the cape of Good Hope)



  • Haslam, John, 1819, Convict ships : a narrative of a voyage to New South Wales in the year 1816, in the ship Mariner, describing the nature of the accommodations, stores, diet etc., together with an account of the medical treatment and religious superintendence of these unfortunate persons, originally self published in London. available online at: [1]

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