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Stag (Ship 1841)

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

The 678 ton barque Stag was built in 1841 at Durham in the north of England. She made quite a few voyages in the 19th Century carrying both Immigrants and also Convicts to the Australian colonies. Including these ones from the Passengers in History website:

From London-Portsmouth on Monday, October 4, 1847 - arriving at Melbourne on January 1, 1847.
From London on Friday, November 24, 1848 - via Port Praya, Port Phillip and finally Sydney May 23, 1849.
From London on Thursday, February 21, 1850 - arriving at Port Adelaide on Monday, June 10, 1850. Captain John Baker (264 Government Immigrants)
From London on Sunday, February 4, 1855 - arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia on Tuesday, May 22, 1855. Captain H. N. Clark (carrying 225 male convicts)


Note not to be confused with a ship of the same name Stag (1855) built at St.Denis, Isle in France which made voyages to the Australian Colonies later in the 19th Century. Please be careful when choosing this voyage.


Sources

  • The ship Stag, 678 tons, Captain John Baker, from London 7th February 1850 / Plymouth 22nd February 1850, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 11th June 1850. transcribed and submitted to TheShipsList by Robert Janmaat. first accessed online on the 2nd of January 2019 at: http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/australia/stag1850.shtml


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