4 edition of The convict ships, 1787-1868 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Charles Bateson.|
|LC Classifications||HV8949 B34 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 421 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||421|
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Bateson, Charles. & Library of. The Convict Ships by Charles Bateson. Details ; Individuals ; Title: The Convict Ships by Charles Bateson. Author: Charles Bateson. Publication: Library of Australian History, Sydney, My sincere thanks go to all who helped in the book’s revision, but especially to Mrs Troy, whose intimate knowledge of the convict.
The Convicts 6. The Transports 7. The Voyage of the First Fleet, 8. The Voyages, 9. The Voyages, The Voyages, The Voyages, Notes and Referencs Appendix 1.
Convict Ships to New South Wales Appendix 2. Convict Ships to Van Diemen's Land Appendix 3. Convict Ships to. Portion of the book is devoted to the more remarkable voyages from the First Fleet in to the Hougoumont, the last convict ship to Western Australia, in It is an amazing record of plot, counterplot and mutiny, of shipwreck and disaster and, on the other side of the picture, of the gradual conquest of disease at sea.
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pages. The Convict Ships by Charles Bateson: Fine Soft cover () | Vortex BooksPrice Range: £ - £ Charles Bateson's "The Convict Ships " is regarded as the definitive guide to Australia's period of transportation.
Information is given about the voyages to New South Wales, Norfolk Island, Tasmania, Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia.
Convict ships generally engaged in carrying convicts from Great Britain to the Australian First Fleet saw the first convict ships arrive in Australia in Januaryand the last convict ship, Hougoumont, arrived in Western Australia in Over the 80 years of transportation, between andconvict ships transported more thanconvicts to Australia.
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Bateson, Charles. The convict ships 2nd ed. Glasgow: Brown, Son & Ferguson Ltd., ie Hougoumont's most famous voyage occurred inafter it was chartered to transport convicts to Western this time, it was owned by Luscombe of London.A number of convicts boarded the ship at Sheerness, London on 30 September.
It then sailed along the south coast of Britain to Portland, where more convicts were departed Portsmouth on 12 October with convicts. Prices (including delivery) for The Convict Ships by Charles Bateson. ISBN: The Convict Ships, Brown, Son & Ferguson.
Dunn, Cathy. "Ships to and from Norfolk Island to ". Australian History Research; Treadgold, M.L. () Bounteous Bestowal: The Economic History of Norfolk Island. (National Centre for. Convict Records > Ships. convict ships sailed to Australia.
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A Vivid Fragment of Penal History. c pp. The Convict Ships of Australia2nd Edition So little has been written about the ships which carried convicts from the British Isles to Australia that this book opens up an entire new field of maritime history.
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Convict Records > Ships > B > Blundell. Blundell Voyages to Australia. Sailed on 13th March, Arrived 12th July, at Van Diemen's Land Average sentence: 12 Years | Life British Convict transportation register made available by the State Library of Queensland.
The "Convict Indents (Ship and Arrival Registers) " records included on this site is an (incomplete) listing of individual-level information taken from the shipping lists regarding convicts transported to the Australian colonies of New South Wales, Van Diemen’s Land (now Tasmania) and Swan River (now Western Australia).
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East Indian Company Ships Lachlan and Elizabeth Macquarie Archive Journal of Arthur Bowes Smyth, March August 8 [manuscript]., National Library of Australia, MS Records of Bristol Ships - Musters and other papers relating to convict ships. Series CGSReels State Records Authority of New South Wales.Female Convict Discipline: A study of the House of Correction of Females, Hobart – Dissertation, Division of Teacher Education, TCAE: Hobart: Bateson, Charles: The Convict Ships – Brown, Son & Ferguson Ltd: Glasgow: Beddoe, Deidre: Welsh Convict Women: A study of women transported from Wales to Australia.A prison ship, often more precisely described as a prison hulk, is a current or former seagoing vessel that has been modified to become a place of substantive detention for convicts, prisoners of war or civilian many nations have deployed prison ships over time, the practice was most widespread in seventeenth and eighteenth century Britain, as the government sought to address.