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Voyage of the Immigrant ship Intrinsic to Port Phillip in 1841

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Date: 10 Jun 1841 to 7 Oct 1841
Location: Port Phillip, New South Wales Colonymap
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The Voyage of the Immigrant ship Intrinsic to Port Phillip in 1841

Type: ship of 537 tons
Departed: Liverpool, 10 June 1841
Arrived: Port Phillip, 7 Oct 1841
Master: J. Davidson Esq.
Surgeon-superintendent: Dr. Synnott
Passengers: 282 Bounty immigrants

The voyage from Liverpool to Port Phillip lasted 129 days.

This 537 ton ship contained bounty passengers, from England and Galway, Ireland. The bounty report stated:

the immigrants in question came to the Colony in excellent health and express themselves perfectly satisfied with the treatment they experienced during the voyage.

There were 184 souls in families, 41 unmarried males and 27 unmarried females, totalling 282. Note: 7 babies were born on the voyage, but only one survived the voyage.

Passenger Lists etc.

  • Advertising from the Port Phillip Patriot and Melbourne Advertiser (Vic. : 1839 - 1845) of Thursday 14 October 1841, Page 3. first accessed online on the 9th of May 2020. [1]




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