The Voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay, with an account of the establishment of the colonies of Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, 1789

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The V O Y A G E of G OV E R N O R P H I L L I P to B O T A N Y B A Y; with an Account of the Establishment of the Colonies of Po rt Jac kso n & no r f olk is l a n d ; compiled from authentic Papers, which have been obtained from the several Departments to which are added, The Journals of Lieuts, Shortland , Watts , Ball , & Cap t, Marshall ; with an Account of their New Discoveries embellished with fifty five Copper Plates, he Maps and Charts taken from atual Surveys, & the Plans & Views drawn on the Spot, by Capt Hunter, Lieuts Shortland, Watts, Dawes, Bradley, Capt Marshall, &c = L o n d o n Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly mdcclxxxix TO T HE MOST N O BLE th e M a R Q U I S o f S a L I S B U R y, LORD CHAMBERLAIN OF HIS MAJESTY’s HOUSEHOLD, &c., &c T H I S V O L U M E, CONTAINING ALL THAT IS YET KNOWN OF THE S e t t L e M e N t at S y D N e y - C o V e, IS MOST RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED, BY HIS LORDSHIP’s MUCH OBLIGED, AND MOST FAITHFUL HUMBLE SERVANT, n ovember 25, 1789 J OH N STO C K DA LE E R R A T A ‡ Page 1, line 15, for enterprizes, read enterprses [Page 1, line 13] 13, l penult for only ity, read an hundred [Page 8, line 23] ibid l ult for Penryn, read Penrhyn [Page 8, line 23] 75, l 7, for surprize, read surprse [Page 41, line 7] 87, l 14, ater 17, dele h [Page 47, line ult.] 96, l 13, for into, read in [Page 52, line 18] 149, l 10, for Kangooroo, read Kanguroo he orthography of a word derived only from oral sound is in some degree arbitrary; but it ought to be consitent he plates, by mitake, have Kangooroo [Page 87, line 24] 185, l 14, for it were were, read if it were [Page 128, line 15] 203, l 3, for John, read homs [Page 137, line 18] 213, l 10, for four, read forty [Page 143, line 2] 228, l 23, bis, for Macauley, read Macaulay [Page 161, lines 32 & 35 (penult.)] 231, l 15, for Ptri, read Pahi [Page 163, line 9] 252, Margin, for May, read June [Page 150, line 21] 253, Ditto [Page 151] 255, Margin, for July, read June [Page 152] 256, Ditto [Page 152] 232, l 18, for Taha, read Toha [Page 163, line 29 - not correted] 242, l 9, for who, read whom [Page 169, line 28 - not correted] 246, l 25, for veer’d, read near’d [Page 172, line 3] n B Some of the early impressions of the plates have erroneously Wulpine Oppossum for Vulpine Opossum ater a few were work’d of the fault was perceived, and correted ‡ [Modern editor's note: hese errata were motly correted in the second edition and those which were correted have also been correted in this book, with footnotes where appropriate his lit is included here for the sake of completeness and as an intereting sample of what were thought of as signiicant errors, even though some of them may not in fat have been incorret he line and page references refer to the original irt edition and the correponding reference in this book is given in square brackets a few unrecorded and insigniicant typographic errors in both irt and second editions such as omitted charaters or duplicated words have been silently correted More subtantial revisions or amendments to the text are indicated by trikethrough of the irt edition text and brown colouration of the second edition text (which is almot invariably also that given in the third, otavo, edition) hroughout this book footnotes of the modern editor are given in square brackets as here all other footnotes were part of the original editions further information on the modern editor’s treatment of this book is given at the end.] a N e C D o t e S OF g oV e R N oR P H I L L I P A rThur PhilliP is one of those oicers, who, like Drake, Dampier, and Cook, has raised himself by his merit and his services, to ditintion and command his father was Jacob Phillip, a native of frankfort, in germany, who having settled in england, maintained his family and educated his son by teaching the languages his mother was elizabeth Breach, who married for her irt husband, Captain herbert of the navy, a kinsman of lord Pembroke of her marriage with Jacob Phillip, was her son, arthur, born in the parish of allhallows, Bread-treet, within the city of london, on the 11th of otober, 1738 Being designed for a seafaring life, he was very properly sent to the school of greenwich, where he received an education suitable to his early propensities at the age of sixteen, he began his maritime career, under the deceased Captain Michael everet of the navy, at the commencement of hotilities, in 1755: and at the same time that he learned the rudiments of his profession under that able oicer, he partook with him in the early misfortunes, and subsequent glories of the seven years war Whatever opulence Phillip acquired from the capture of the Havannah, certain it is, that, at the age of twenty-three, he there was made a lieutenant into the Stirlingcstle, on the 7th of June, 1761, by Sir george Pococke, an excellent judge of naval accomplishments But of nautical exploits, however they may raise marine oicers, there mut be an end Peace, with its blessings, was retored in 1763 and Phillip now found leisure to marry; and to settle at lyndhurt, in the new foret, where he amused himself with farming, and like other country gentlemen, discharged assiduously those provincial oices, which, however unimportant, occupy repetably the owners of land, who, in this island, require no oice to make them important aneCDoTeS of goVernor PhilliP xiii But sailors, like their own element, are seldom at ret hose occupations, which pleased Phillip while they were new, no longer pleased him when they became familiar and he hatened to ofer his skill and his services to Portugal when it engaged in warfare with Spain his ofer was readily accepted, because such skill and services were necessary amidt an arduous truggle with a too powerful opponent and, such was his condut and such his success, that when the recent interference of france, in 1778, made it his duty to ight for his king, and to defend his country, the Portugueze court regretted his departure, but applauded his motive his return was doubtless approved by those who, knowing his value, could advance his rank: for he was made mater and commander into the Bsilsk ireship, on the 2d of September, 1779 But in her he had little opportunity of diplaying his zeal, or of adding to his fame his tep, however, led him up to a higher situation; and he was made pot-captain into the Ariadne frigate, on the 13th of november, 1781, when he was upwards of three and forty his is the great epoch in the lives of our naval oicers, because it is from this that they date their rank in the Ariadne, he had little time for ative adventures, or for gainful prizes, being appointed to the Europe of sixty-four guns, on the 23d of December, 1781 During the memorable year 1782, Phillip promoted its enterprizes, and shared in its glories and in January, 1783, he sailed with a reinforcement to the eat indies, where superior bravery contended againt superior force, till the policy of our negotiators put an end to unequal hotilities by a necessary peace he ativity, or the zeal of Phillip, was now turned to more peaceful objets and when it was determined to form a settlement on that part of new holland, denominated new South Wales, he was thought of as a proper oicer to condut an enterprize, which required professional knowledge, and habitual prudence his equipment, his voyage, and his settlement, in the other hemiphere, will be found in the following volume When the time shall arrive that the european settlers on Sydney Cove demand their hitorian, these authentic anecdotes of their pritine legislator will be sought for as curious, and considered as important A D V E r T i S E M E N T‡ T hE arrangement of materials in this volume being in some repets less perfet than might be wished, it is necessary that something should be said to obviate any imputation of negligence he truth will be the bet, and, as it ought, the only apology he oicial papers of governor Phillip, which were liberally communicated by government, formed at irt our principal source of intelligence hese, from their nature, could contain but little information on subjets of natural hitory, and many other points, concerning which the curiosity of every reader would naturally be excited he eforts of the publisher to give satisfation to the public in these repets produced a gradual inlux of materials; and the successive arrival of diferent vessels from the indian seas, occasioned additions to the work, which made it necessary to engrave new plates While, therefore, the completion of the book was anxiously pressed by many who were eager to possess it, that desirable point has contantly been deferred by the communications of those who were tudious to render it more valuable; and the word Fins, has seemed to ly from us, like italy before the wandering Trojans from the combination of these circumtances it has arisen, that every separate part has been hurried on in the execution; and yet, in the inishing of the whole, more time has elapsed, than would have been necessary to complete a much more ample volume he defets that proceed from these causes, it is hoped, the reader will forgive, and accept with complacency a volume in which, it is conidently hoped, nothing material has been omitted that is conneted with its principal objet, the formation of a settlement promising both glory and advantage to this country; in which several important discoveries are announced; no small accession is made to the tores of natural hitory; and intereting notices are communicated of countries visited before, and persons in whose fate the public has long felt an interet he publisher thinks it his duty, in this place, to return thanks to the following noblemen and gentlemen, for their kind assitance and free communications he Marquis of Salisbury, Viscount Sydney, lord hood, Sir Joseph Banks, Bart Mr rose, Mr nepean, Mr Stephens, Sir Charles Middleton, Sir andrew Snape hammond, Mr Dalrymple, and Mr Chalmers: but, to Mr latham particularly, the mot grateful acknowledgements are due, for having furnished many drawings and accurate descriptions, which tamp a value on the natural hitory contained in this work, and mut for ever render it an objet of attention to all lovers of that science: and to lieutenant Shortland, lieutenant Watts, and Captain Marshall, of the Scarborough tranport, the public owe whatever important discoveries and useful knowledge may be found in their journals, which they communicated with a disinteretedness that the publisher will be always happy to acknowledge ‡ [To the firt edition] A D V E r T i S E M E N T‡ T hoSE defets of arrangement, for which, in the irt edition of this Voyage, it was necessary to apologize, being now removed, the publisher has only to thank his friends, and the public, for the candour with which they tolerated those unavoidable imperfetions, and attended only to what was truly intereting in the work nothing seems to be required in sending out the second edition, but to give assurance, that the alterations made in it, are such only as, while they raise in some degree the value of the present publication, cannot materially depreciate the former at the same time, however, the publisher feels it is his duty to repeat his thanks to the following noblemen and gentlemen for their kind assitance, and free communications: the Marquis of Salisbury, Viscount Sydney, lord hood, Sir Joseph Banks, Bart., Mr rose, Mr nepean, Mr Stephens, Sir Charles Middleton, Sir andrew Snape hammond, Mr Dalrymple, and Mr Chalmers But to Mr latham particularly the mot grateful acknowledgements are due for having furnished many drawings and accurate descriptions, which tamp a value on the natural hitory contained in this work, and mut for ever render it an objet of attention to all lovers of science To lieutenant Shortland, lieutenant Watts, and Captain Marshall of the Scarborough tranport, the public owe whatever important discoveries and useful knowledge may be found in their journals and narratives, which they communicated with a disinteretedness that it would be unpardonable not to acknowledge he anecdotes of governor Phillip and lieutenant King, were kindly supplied by a friend whose accuracy of research may be implicitly relied on, but he was not principally concerned in any other part of the compilation We conclude by again expressing our hopes that in this volume nothing material has been omitted which is conneted with its principal objet, the formation of a settlement promising both advantage and glory to this country Certain it is that in this volume several important discoveries were irt announced; no small accession has been made to the tores of natural hitory; and curious information has been communicated, concerning countries which had been indeed visited before, and concerning persons in whose fate great Britain, and europe, have long felt an interet ‡ [To the Second edition he third (otavo) edition carried a similar advertisement, as well as a brief advertisement to the otavo edition: in publishing this edition for the accommodation of those purchasers who might be deterred by the expence of the Quarto, it has been the endeavour of the editor to render it as useful and satisfatory as possible as many plates have been inserted as could by any means be allowed at so inferior a price; and care has been taken to selet such as were necessary to illutrate the narrative a lit of these is subjoined; and if the reader should be surprised to ind in this work references to other plates that are omitted, he is requeted to consider them as intended only to point out to him in what intances his curiosity may be more fully gratiied by an inpetion of the Quarto edition] aCCoUNt of tHe V I g N e t t e T hE elegant vignette in the title-page, was engraved from a medallion which the ingenious Mr Wedgewood caused to be modelled from a small piece of clay brought from Sydney Cove he clay proves to be of a ine texture, and will be found very useful for the manufatory of earthern ware.‡ he design is allegorical; it represents hope encouraging art and labour, under the inluence of Peace, to pursue the employments necessary to give security and happiness to an infant settlement he following verses upon the same subjet, and in allusion to the medallion, were written by the author of he Boanic Garden, and will peak more powerfully for themselves than any encomium we could betow ‡ [in the second and third editions, this second sentence reads: he clay proves to be, for ineness of texture, and lightness when burned, superior to any that has yet been used in this country, and promises, therefore, to become an important article of commerce he version of Mr Wedgwood's medallion engraved for he Boanic Garden by T holloway is shown above.] a P P e n D i X names fillesey, homas fitzgerald, Jane, alias Phillips field, William finlow, John, alias hervey field, Jane fitzgerald, elizabeth flyn, edward flarty, Phebe fowkes, francis forrester, robert foyle, William fowles, ann fownes, Margaret forbes, ann freeman, James freeman, robert francis, William francisco, george fry, george fryer, Catherine, alias Prior fraser, William fraser, ellen fuller, John gardner, francis garth, edward garland, francis garth, Susannah, alias grath gabel, Mary gascoygne, olive gearing, homas gess, george george, anne glenton, homas gloster, William gordon, Daniel goodwin, edward goodwin, andrew gould, John gray, Charles griiths, Samuel, alias Briscow, alias Butcher Where Convicted XXIX Date of Conviction years Bristol Ditto 29 april, 1783 april, 1786 7 london Ditto 13 Decem 1786 london Ditto Ditto new Sarum london Shrewsbury Kingston hertford london Ditto Ditto 21 13 10 10 14 feb 1787 Decem 1785 Sept 1783 July, 1785 april, 1785 august, 1784 april, 1787 March, 1784 Decem 1784 Decem 1784 Decem 1784 7 7 7 7 7 Manchester Ditto Ditto Jan 1787 Jan 1787 15 March, 1784 7 london Ditto exeter 21 april, 1784 23 feb 1785 24 May, 1784 7 Southwark Worcester oxford glocester london northallerton london Winchester london Ditto exeter Southwark gloucester 13 24 11 29 21 20 16 24 Jan 1784 March, 1785 March, 1786 March, 1784 May, 1785 april, 1785 June, 1785 april, 1785 april, 1784 July, 1784 March, 1786 feb 1785 March, 1784 7 life 7 7 7 7 7 XXX a P P e n D i X names greenwell, nicholas green, John griiths, homas granger, Charles grace, James green, hannah groves, Mary green, Mary green, ann greenwood, Mary gunter, William handford, John hatcher, John hatield, William hawkes, richard harris, William hatch, John hartley, John hart, John haines, Joseph hathaway, henry hayes, Dennis hall, Samuel harbine, Joseph harper, Joshua hayton, george, alias Clayton harrison, Joseph hart, John harris, John hayes, John hattom, Joseph harrison, Joseph hamlin, William hall, Joseph hall, John hadon, John hares, William handy, Cooper haynes, William hervey, elizabeth Where Convicted Date of Conviction years london reading london Plymouth 10 11 15 20 Decem 1784 July, 1786 Septem 1784 Decem 1786 7 7 lincoln london Ditto Ditto Bristol 18 13 July, 1785 august, 1787 Decem 1786 Decem 1786 august, 1783 7 7 Winchester Ditto Maidstone reading Maidstone reading oxford Staford gloucester Ditto london Ditto 1 14 28 11 10 27 13 24 10 12 March, 1785 March, 1785 March, 1785 July, 1785 July, 1785 Jan 1786 March, 1785 July, 1785 July, 1785 March, 1784 Decem 1784 March, 1785 7 7 7 7 7 7 london Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto guildford 10 21 21 12 23 11 Septem 1783 april, 1784 april, 1784 Jan 1785 feb 1785 august, 1784 7 7 life exeter Ditto Ditto Ditto 12 Jan 1784 12 Jan 1784 24 May, 1784 life a P P e n D i X names hall, Margaret hart, frances harrison, Mary heading, James headington, homas herbert, John hart, Catherine herbert, John handland, Dorothy, alias gray hall, Sarah hamilton, Maria harrison, Mary harwood, esther, alias howard hayward, elizabeth hall, elizabeth herbert, Jane, alias rose, alias Jenny russell henry, Catherine hill, John hindley, William, alias Platt hindle, ottiwell hill, John hill, homas hilt, William hill, homas hipsley, elizabeth hill, Mary hollister, Job hawell, homas holmes, William holloway, James howard, homas hogg, William howard, John hortop, James holland, William holmes, Susannah hollogin, elizabeth hughes, hugh humphrey, edward husband, William hughes, John Where Convicted XXXI Date of Conviction years lincoln Chelmsford abingdon london Ditto exeter london Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto newcastle london Ditto Maidstone ormskirk Preston london Ditto exeter 7 21 23 14 22 10 19 19 20 10 18 30 10 14 18 6 18 March, 1784 March, 1785 July, 1785 april, 1784 feb 1785 March, 1786 feb 1786 Jan 1787 october, 1785 october, 1785 august, 1786 Jan 1787 Jan 1786 august, 1786 Jan 1787 March, 1785 July, 1785 oct 1785 May, 1784 July, 1784 July, 1785 london Ditto Bristol Staford london Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto exeter Ditto 23 25 10 24 12 23 23 20 feb 1785 oct 1786 feb 1785 oct 1785 July, 1784 aug 1784 Jan 1785 feb 1786 July, 1783 March, 1786 august, 1786 life 7 7 7 7 7 7 life 7 7 life 7 7 7 7 14 7 london Southwark london Ditto Maidstone 18 16 21 15 april, 1787 feb 1785 Decem 1784 april, 1784 March, 1784 7 7 XXXII a P P e n D i X names hurley, Jeremiah hubbard, William humphreys, henry hughes, homas hudson, John hussey, James hughes, frances ann hussnell, Susannah humphries, Mary hylids, homas Jackson, William Jacobs, David Jacobs, John Jackson, hannah Jameson, James Jackson, Jane, alias esther roberts Jackson, Mary Jefries, robert Jeferies, John Jenkins, robert, alias Brown Jepp, John Jenkins, William ingram, Benjamin inett, ann Jones, francis Jones, homas Johnson, Charles Jones, edward Josephs, homas Johnson, William Johns, Stephen Jones, Margaret Johnson, edward Jones, John Jones, William Jones, richard Jones, homas Johnson, Catherine Johnson, Mary irvine, John, alias aderson, alias law Where Convicted Date of Conviction years exeter 22 July, 1782 exeter 20 March, 1786 lancaster Worcester March, 1787 oct 1786 7 guildford aug 1784 Durham london Ditto Bristol 19 20 21 27 July, 1785 oct 1784 april, 1784 July, 1785 london Ditto Devizes Maidstone Ditto london exeter london Worcester Winchester Warwick Manchester london Ditto Kingston launceston Ditto Dorchester exeter Shrewsbury Ditto Bristol london Ditto lincoln 29 20 11 13 10 20 11 12 21 14 15 10 24 25 16 24 12 30 18 26 June, 1785 august, 1786 april, 1785 July, 1785 March, 1786 Decem 1784 March, 1786 Decem 1784 March, 1786 July, 1785 March, 1785 april, 1785 Septem 1784 Septem 1783 March, 1784 March, 1786 March, 1783 March, 1786 May, 1784 March, 1785 august, 1784 March, 1784 april, 1787 april, 1786 March, 1784 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 14 14 7 14 7 a P P e n D i X names Where Convicted XXXIII Date of Conviction years Kelly, homas Kellan, John, alias Keeling Kennedy, Martha Kidney, homas Kilby, William King, John Kilpack, David Kimberley, edward Knowler, John Knowland, andrew Pontefract london Kingston Bristol reading london Ditto Coventry Maidstone 13 10 20 16 21 10 20 14 Jan 1785 Septem 1783 april, 1787 oct 1783 Jan 1784 april, 1784 Septem 1783 March, 1783 March, 1785 life 7 7 life 7 lankey, David lane, richard lawrell, John lane, William larne, James lambeth, John lavell, henry lara, flora laycock, Carolina langley, Jane lawrence, Mary lemon, isaac levy, Joseph leary, John legg, george leary, Jeremiah legrove, Stephen lee, elizabeth lewis, Sophia leonard, elizabeth levy, amelia list, george limeburner, John limpus, homas lightfoot, Samuel longstreet, Joseph long, Joseph lockley, John long, Mary love, Mary london Winchester Bodmin Chelmsford exeter Bristol 26 18 12 31 May, 1784 March, 1784 august, 1783 July, 1784 July, 1785 May, 1785 7 7 7 london Ditto Ditto Ditto Chelmsford london Winchester Dorchester Bristol 14 23 16 30 Sept 1785 feb 1785 March, 1785 May, 1784 March, 1783 March, 1786 March, 1784 7 7 7 14 london Ditto Ditto Southwark london new Sarum exeter Ditto Marlborough glocester london Ditto Maidstone 23 25 23 10 24 14 23 10 21 14 feb 1785 oct 1786 feb 1785 Jan 1787 Septem 1783 July, 1785 May, 1784 March, 1786 oct 1784 March, 1785 Jan 1787 feb 1787 March, 1785 7 7 life life 7 14 life XXXIV a P P e n D i X names Where Convicted Date of Conviction years lock, elizabeth lucas, nathaniel lynch, humphry lynch, ann lyde, John gloucester london new Sarum Bristol 26 25 20 March, 1783 July, 1784 March, 1785 March, 1786 7 14 May, richard Martin, Stephen Mansield, John M‘lean, francis M‘lean, homas Maton, homas M‘Donnaugh, James Mariner, William Marrott, John M‘laughlin, Charles Macintire, John Martin, John M‘Donald, alexander Marney, William Marshall, Joseph M‘lean, edward Martin, abraham Martin, homas Martyn, James M‘Cormick, Sarah M‘Cormack, Mary Mason, Betty M‘grah, redman M‘Deed, richard M‘na Mar, William Mackrie, James Marriott, Jane Mather, ann Mather, Mather Mason, Susannah, alias gibbs M‘Cabe, eleanor Marshall, Mary Marshall, Mary Martin, ann Meynell, John, alias William radford new Sarum Bristol Chelmsford guildford Ditto Maidstone Ditto oxford gloucester Durham Ditto london Ditto Ditto Ditto Maidstone new Sarum exeter Ditto Manchester liverpool gloucester 25 28 11 11 11 11 24 19 19 10 21 15 11 24 20 12 23 March, 1785 april, 1783 March, 1786 august, 1784 august, 1784 July, 1785 July, 1785 March, 1786 March, 1784 July, 1785 July, 1785 July, 1782 Decem 1784 July, 1784 april, 1784 March, 1784 March, 1786 May, 1784 March, 1786 May, 1786 aug 1784 March, 1785 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 14 7 7 7 14 london Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Southwark nottingham 18 april, 1787 18 april, 1787 18 april, 1787 11 23 10 10 May, 1785 feb 1785 Jan 1787 Jan 1787 March, 1785 7 7 life 7 a P P e n D i X names Messiah, Jacob Meech, Jane, wife of William Meech Milton, Charles Midgley, Samuel Middleton, richard Mitchell nathaniel Mills, Matthew Mitchcrat, Mary Mitchell, Mary Morris, Peter Mowbray, John Morgan, richard Morrisby, John Moore, William Morley, John Moorin, John Morgan, robert Mobbs, Samuel Morgan, William Mould, William Mollands, John Moyle, edward Mood, Charles Mortimore, John Morley, Joseph Morton, Mary Mullock, Jesse Murphy, William Munroe, John, alias nurse Mullis, Stephen Murphy, James Munro, lydia Mullens, hannah nettleton, robert newland, John neal, John neal, James needham, elizabeth nicholls, John norton, Phebe Where Convicted XXXV Date of Conviction years exeter Maidstone lancaster london Dorchester 20 14 22 23 March, 1786 March, 1785 March, 1785 feb 1785 august, 1786 7 7 Kingston Ditto Bristol lincoln glocester london Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto guildford launceston Ditto 12 23 21 21 21 21 15 11 20 19 april, 1787 oct 1785 July, 1784 March, 1785 March, 1785 July, 1784 Jan 1785 april, 1784 april, 1784 May, 1784 april, 1784 Septem 1784 august, 1784 March, 1784 March, 1785 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 exeter 20 March, 1786 london new Sarum liverpool london exeter 23 25 26 21 12 Kingston london april, 1787 10 Jan 1787 Kingston upon hull london Ditto Bristol london Ditto Ditto 12 21 26 10 19 21 25 feb 1785 March, 1785 Jan 1785 april, 1784 Jan 1785 october, 1784 april, 1784 May, 1784 feb 1785 July, 1786 april, 1784 oct 1786 7 7 7 14 life 7 7 7 XXXVI a P P e n D i X names Where Convicted Date of Conviction years nunn, robert Ditto July, 1784 o‘Crat, John ogden, James okey, William oldield, homas oldield, isabella opley, Peter orford, homas osborne, homas osborne, elizabeth, alias Jones owles, John owen, John owen, Joseph exeter Manchester gloucester Manchester Ditto Maidstone london Ditto Ditto Croydon london Shrewsbury 24 20 24 20 20 13 14 30 20 10 12 May, 1784 Jan 1785 March, 1784 July, 1786 July, 1786 March, 1786 July, 1784 Decem 1784 august, 1786 July, 1785 Septem 1783 March, 1785 7 7 7 7 7 14 Page, Paul Pane, William Parry, edward Parr, William Palmer, John herry Parker, John Parish, William Partridge, richard Parris, Peter Paget, Joseph Parkinson, Jane, alias Partington, alias ann Marsden Parker, elizabeth Parsley, ann Parker, Mary Partridge, Sarah, alias roberts Parry, Sarah Perrot, edward Bearcrot Petrie, John Peyton, Samuel Percival, richard Pettitt, John Peaulet, James Peet, Charles Peck, Joshua Perkins, edward lincoln nottingham Staford liverpool london Ditto Ditto Ditto exeter Ditto 11 10 27 17 10 20 10 17 10 March, 1786 March, 1785 July, 1785 Jan 1785 Jan 1786 april, 1784 oct 1784 Sep 1783 March, 1783 Jan 1786 7 7 7 life 7 Manchester 21 July, 1785 gloucester london Ditto Ditto Ditto Bristol london Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto exeter Plymouth 23 21 26 23 10 14 26 21 23 20 26 March, 1785 feb 1787 april, 1786 feb 1785 Jan 1787 feb 1785 Jan 1784 May, 1785 July, 1784 april, 1784 July, 1784 feb 1785 March, 1786 Jan 1785 7 7 7 life 7 7 7 life 7 a P P e n D i X names Petherick, John Penny, John Phillimore, William Phillips, richard Phillips, Mary Phyield, roger, alias Twyield Phyn, Mary Pigott, Samuel Pinder, Mary Pipkin, elizabeth Piles, Mary Pope, David Power, John Pontie, John Poole, Jane Power, William Powley, elizabeth Powell, ann Price, John Prior, homas Price, James Pritchard, homas Pugh, edward randall, John reymond, george ramsey, John repeat, Charles read, William reardon, Bartholemew read, ann risdale, homas, alias Crowder richard, James richardson, James risby, edward richardson, William richardson, hardwicke richardson, John richard, David richardson, Samuel rickson, William Where Convicted XXXVII Date of Conviction years Plymouth 26 Jan 1785 london Ditto Taunton Shrewsbury london exeter lincoln london Ditto Southwark london Ditto Wells 10 10 30 12 14 20 13 Sept 1783 Decem 1783 March, 1786 March, 1785 Septem 1785 March, 1786 Jan 1787 16 14 23 19 april, 1785 feb 1785 Decem 1786 feb 1785 august, 1786 7 7 7 7 7 7 life london Southwark reading gloucester 13 16 16 13 Decem 1786 feb 1785 Jan 1784 July, 1785 7 7 gloucester Manchester london Kingston Warwick Croydon Winchester london Bristol east grinstead Maidstone gloucester london Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Chelmsford oct 1784 14 12 24 21 18 15 23 29 20 14 24 10 25 26 15 april, 1785 Jan 1785 March, 1784 March, 1785 august, 1783 July, 1783 feb 1785 March, 1785 March, 1786 March, 1785 March, 1784 Decem 1784 oct 1785 July, 1784 May, 1784 Septem 1784 July, 1784 7 7 7 life life 7 7 7 7 XXXVIII a P P e n D i X names Where Convicted Date of Conviction years richards, John, alias Williams richard, James rice, John rope, anthony rogers, Daniel robinson, george rogers, isaac robinson, homas robert, John robinson, george romain, John rowe, John rowe, William roberts, William robinson, William roach, henry robins, John, alias Major rous, Walton, alias Batley rolt, Mary rosson, isabella russel, John ruglass, John russler, John ruce, James ruth, robert ryan, John Winchester launceston exeter Chelmsford Croydon lincoln gloucester Kingston upon hull liverpool london Ditto launceston Ditto Bodmin exeter Ditto Ditto 25 18 20 23 26 21 15 19 19 14 24 24 18 March, 1784 March, 1786 July, 1785 March, 1785 July, 1785 July, 1785 March, 1785 oct 1784 Jan 1785 april, 1784 Septem 1784 March, 1785 March, 1785 august, 1786 May, 1784 May, 1784 July, 1785 7 7 7 14 7 7 7 7 7 london Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Bodmin exeter 10 21 23 23 29 14 Jan 1787 april, 1784 feb 1785 feb 1785 July, 1782 March, 1786 7 life life 7 Saltmarsh, William Sanderson, homas Sands, William Sampson, Peter Sandlin, ann, alias lynes, alias Pattens Scattergood, robert Scott, elizabeth Selshire, Samuel Seymour, John Shearman, William Shaw, Joseph Shepherd, robert Sharpe, george Shore, William Kingston lincoln Ditto london Ditto Staford london Ditto Sherborne reading Staford Durham Ditto lancaster 28 9 13 21 21 25 27 19 19 22 March, 1785 July, 1785 July, 1785 July, 1784 Decem 1786 oct 1785 feb 1787 april, 1784 april, 1786 oct 1785 July, 1785 July, 1785 July, 1785 March, 1785 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 a P P e n D i X names Shore, John Shiers, James Silverthorn, John Sideway, robert Slater, Sarah Smart, richard Smart, Daniel Smith, homas Smith, William Smith, edward Smith, William Smith, homas, alias haynes Smith, James Smith, John Smith, William Smith, ann, wife of John Smith Smith, hannah Smith, William Smith, edward Smith, John Small, John Smith, ann Smith, Catherine Smith, ann Smith, Catherine Smith, Mary Snaleham, William Sparks, henry Spencer, Daniel Spencer, John, alias Pearce Spence, Mary Sprigmore, Charlotte Springham, Mary Squires, James Stanley, William Strong, James Stow, James Stone, Martin Stokee, John Stone, Charles Stone, henry Where Convicted XXXIX Date of Conviction years london new Sarum 23 feb 1785 March, 1784 london gloucester Ditto lancaster liverpool london Ditto Ditto Ditto guildford Bodmin Winchester Ditto Dorchester exeter Ditto Ditto london Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto 23 10 10 22 26 15 10 21 23 11 25 16 14 14 14 18 18 30 10 10 21 Dorchester Wigan london Ditto Kingston new Sarum Dorchester lincoln Warwick Durham london Ditto life feb 1785 Jan 1786 Jan 1786 March, 1785 Jan 1785 oct 1784 april, 1783 april, 1784 feb 1785 august, 1784 July, 1785 March, 1785 april, 1785 March, 1786 March, 1786 March, 1786 March, 1786 april, 1787 april, 1787 august, 1786 Jan 1787 Jan 1787 april, 1784 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 august, 1786 14 19 25 11 25 10 21 19 10 10 Jan 1786 august, 1785 october, 1786 april, 1785 March, 1785 March, 1784 July, 1785 March, 1785 July, 1785 Decem 1784 Decem 1784 7* 7 7 7 7 7 XL a P P e n D i X names Where Convicted Date of Conviction years Stogdell, John Stuart, James Stanton, homas, alias ebden Stephens, John Morris Stewart, Margaret Strech, homas Summers, John Ditto Ditto launceston Dorchester exeter Shrewsbury gloucester 20 21 20 16 28 16 13 Taylor, Joshua Taylor, henry Taylor, Sarah Tenant, homas hilton, alias Phillip Divine Teague, Cornelius Tenchall, James, alias Tenninghill hompson, William homas, James hompson, James homas, James homas, John hompson, William hackery, elizabeth houdy, James homas, elizabeth hornton, ann Tunmins, homas Tilley, homas Till, homas Todd, nicholas Trotter, Joseph Trace, John Trippett, Susannah Turner, ralph Tuso, Joseph Turner, John Tucker, Moses Turner, homas Turner, John Turner, Mary Twyneham, William Twyield, ann, since said to be married to William Dawley, a convict Manchester 14 oct 1784 Kingston Chelmsford Bodmin april, 1787 March, 1786 25 July, 1785 7 Durham london Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Manchester 19 10 10 21 26 July, 1785 Decem 1784 July, 1784 Septem 1783 april, 1784 May, 1784 May, 1786 7 7 7 13 21 27 23 21 13 20 20 14 23 Jan 1787 Decem 1786 March, 1785 July, 1785 feb 1785 april, 1784 March, 1786 March, 1786 august, 1786 april, 1785 feb 1785 7 7 7 7 7 life Wigan london Warwick Staford london Ditto Maidstone exeter london Manchester london Decem 1784 april, 1784 March, 1784 March, 1786 august, 1786 august, 1783 July, 1784 14 7 7 7 Plymouth June, 1786 Worcester reading March, 1785 10 Jan 1786 7 august, 1784 Shrewsbury a P P e n D i X names Where Convicted XLI Date of Conviction years Tyrrell, William Winchester Vandell, edward Vincent, henry Vickery, William Underwood, James Usher, John east grinstead london exeter new Sarum Maidstone 22 21 20 11 14 March, 1784 april, 1784 March, 1786 March, 1786 March, 1785 7 14 Waterhouse, William Watsan, John Ward, John Wall, William Wager, Benjamin Walsh, William Walker, John Walbourne, James Watson, homas Ware, Charlottee Watkins, Mary Wainwright, ellen, alias estther eccles Ward, ann Wade, Mary, alias Cacklane Welch, James Welch, John West, Benjamin Westwood, John Welch, John Welch, John Westlale, edward Waddicomb, richard Wheeler, Samuel Whitaker, george Whiting, William Whitton, edward White, James Wilcocks, Samuel Wilton, William Wilson, Peter Wilson, John Williams, Charles Williams, James Kingston Maidstone lowth oxford london Ditto Ditto Ditto exeter 28 13 11 20 15 20 10 20 March, 1785 March, 1786 July, 1786 March, 1786 oct 1784 Septem 1784 oct 1784 Septem 1783 March, 1786 7 7 7 7 19 19 14 19 10 20 26 10 20 20 20 14 23 10 11 10 12 20 10 11 Jan 1787 Decem 1786 July, 1786 March, 1785 July, 1785 Decem 1784 october, 1784 May, 1784 Septem 1783 March, 1786 March, 1786 July, 1785 March, 1785 March, 1785 March, 1783 august, 1783 March, 1784 Jan 1784 Jan 1785 oct 1785 July, 1784 May, 1785 7 14 7 7 life 7 7 life 7 7 7 Preston london Ditto Maidstone Durham london Ditto Ditto Ditto exeter Ditto Croydon Maidstone gloucester Maidstone Ditto Dorcester Bristol Manchester Wigan london Ditto March, 1785 XLII a P P e n D i X names Where Convicted Date of Conviction years Wilson, Charles Williams, John, alias Black Jack Williams, robert Williams, John, alias floyd Wilding, John, alias Warren Wickham, Mary Williams, Peter, alias flaggett, alias Creamer Wilcocks, richard Williams, John Wisehammer, John Williams, Daniel Williams, frances Williams, Mary Wood, george Woodcock, Peter Woodham, Samuel Worsdell, William Woolcot, John Woodcock, francis Wood, Mark Wright, homas Wright, Benjamin Wright, Joseph Wright, William Wright, James Wright, ann Ditto Maidstone launceston Bodmin Bury new Sarum exeter Ditto Ditto Bristol Preston Mold london Ditto Ditto Ditto launceston exeter Shrewsbury 10 25 18 23 24 20 10 23 22 20 23 22 18 13 Septem 1783 august, 1784 March, 1786 august, 1783 March, 1784 august, 1788 May, 1784 March, 1786 august, 1786 feb 1785 March, 1785 Septem 1783 feb 1786 oct 1784 July, 1784 feb 1785 March, 1783 July, 1785 March, 1784 life 7 7 14 7 7 7 7 life life reading london Ditto Ditto Maidstone london 28 26 15 11 23 feb 1785 May, 1784 May, 1784 Sept 1783 august, 1783 feb 1785 7 7 7 yardsley, homas, yates, nancy young, John young, Simon youngson, elizabeth youngson, george Shrewsbury york london Ditto lancaster Ditto 20 23 6 august, 1784 July, 1785 oct 1784 feb 1785 March, 1787 March, 1787 7 7 7 * [in the irt edition the terms of tranportation for ann Beardsley and Mary Spence are given as years, but these are correted in later editions.] ... work, and mut for ever render it an objet of attention to all lovers of that science: and to lieutenant Shortland, lieutenant Watts, and Captain Marshall, of the Scarborough tranport, the public... humane resolutions repeting he Ntives—diiculties in ereting huts and oher buildings—departure of Lieutenant King to Norfolk Island, Intrutions for P G King, Esq; Superintendant and Commandant of. .. defets of arrangement, for which, in the irt edition of this Voyage, it was necessary to apologize, being now removed, the publisher has only to thank his friends, and the public, for the candour with
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