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The crimes of the Lady Juliana convicts, 1790

John Cobley

The crimes of the Lady Juliana convicts, 1790

by John Cobley

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Published by Library of Australian History in Sydney .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • England,
  • Sydney (N.S.W.)
    • Subjects:
    • Lady Juliana (Ship) -- Registers,
    • Prisoners, Transportation of -- England -- History -- 18th century,
    • Penal colonies -- Australia -- Sydney (N.S.W.) -- History -- 18th century,
    • Women prisoners -- England -- History -- 18th century,
    • Ships -- Australia -- Sydney (N.S.W.) -- Registers,
    • Australia -- Genealogy

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementJohn Cobley ; with a foreword by P.M. Woodward ; and a biographical note on the author by Bryan Gandevia.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV8950.N44 C63 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination108 p. :
      Number of Pages108
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1948894M
      ISBN 100908120729
      LC Control Number90173754
      OCLC/WorldCa22596330

      Lady Juliana (also known as the Lady Julian) was launched at Whitby in She transported convicts in from Britain to was the first convict ship to arrive at Port Jackson in New South Wales after the First Fleet, and so some consider her part of the Second Fleet, but some do not.A transportation register can be seen at The UK National Archives. Merchants were contracted per convict, the more deaths amongst the convicts en route, meant more surplus food left for sale at the ports visited and this trip of the Neptune is consistently cited as the worst case of convict transportation with numerous deaths and hardship. "The Crimes of .

      N ote: The number of convicts recorded on this site that are associated with the ship Lady Juliana is This figure may not correlate with the full listing of convicts recorded in official documents.. Sources The National Archives (TNA): HO 11/1, pp; Ryan, R. J. (). The Second Fleet Convicts, A comprehensive listing of convicts who sailed in HMS Guardian, Lady Juliana, Neptune. 16 December – The Lady Juliana, Eggleston, from Copenhagen to India, was put into the Humber with lots of rudder and other damage. (Lloyd’s List, 16 December ) Early – The Lady Juliana, tons, was one of a number of unappropriated transports at the Nore under Lieutenants Woodriff and Young. She had capacity for troops.

      Between and , about , convicts were transported from Britain and Ireland to various penal colonies in Australia.. The British Government began transporting convicts overseas to American colonies in the early 17th century. When transportation ended with the start of the American Revolution, an alternative site was needed to relieve further overcrowding of British prisons and hulks. The Second Fleet consisted of six ships. The Lady Juliana sailed from England on J carrying female convicts and landed in Australia on June 3, The Guardian sailed from England on Septem but struck and iceberg off the cost of South Africa and never made it to Australia.. The Surprise, Neptune, Scarborough and Justinian sailed from England on Janu


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The crimes of the Lady Juliana convicts, Author: John Cobley. Get this from a library. The crimes of the Lady Juliana convicts, [John Cobley]. English, Book, Illustrated edition: The crimes of the Lady Juliana convicts, / John Cobley, with a biographical note on the author by Bryan Gandevia.

Cobley, John, Get this edition. The Lady Juliana in tow of the Pallas Frigate. The Sailors Fishing the main Mast which was shatter'd by Lightning Lady Juliana Engaged The crimes of the Lady Juliana convicts Transport Convicts On 7 FebruaryThe Times (London) reported that the Lady Juliana was ordered by Government to carry female convicts to Botany Bay.

She was the next convict ship to leave England after. The crimes of the Lady Juliana convicts, Sydney: Library of Australian History. MLA Citation. Cobley, John.

and Library of Australian History. The crimes of the Lady Juliana convicts, / John Cobley ; with a foreword by the Honourable P.M. Woodward Library of Australian History Sydney Australian/Harvard Citation.

Cobley, John. The Lady Juliana was the first convict transport to leave England after 1790 book departure of the First Fleet. A ship with a burthen of tons she was chartered by William Richards Jr. She left Plymouth on 29 July with a complement of female convicts (from "The Convict Ships" by Charles Bateson).

The Crimes of the Lady Juliana Convicts by John Cobley,available at Book Depository with free delivery : John Cobley. Jane Lloyd, one of convicts transported on the Lady Juliana, June Middlesex Gaol Delivery: Mary Long: Mary Long, one of convicts transported on the Lady Juliana, June Middlesex Gaol Delivery: Sarah Lyons: Sarah Lyons, one of convicts transported on the Lady Juliana, June Old Bailey: Grace Maddox.

Lady Juliana - Arrived 3 June Sailed 29/7/ from Plymouth in days. () SURNAME This book contains much more information about individual women and a greater amount of information about convict life for women in New South Wales during the period of Lady Juliana was last listed in Lloyd's Register in trading with the Baltic.

She was last listed in the Register of Shipping in with Smith, master, J. Henly, owner, and trade Belfast—Quebec. Notable convicts aboard Lady Juliana.

Mary Wade - Mary was transported at 13 years of age, and at the time of her death at had over living : Last listed in Lloyd's Register in Welcome to Convict Records. This website allows you to search the British Convict transportation register for convicts transported to Australia between Information available includes name of convict, known aliases, place convicted, port of departure, date of departure, port of.

The Kent Jail Delivery Book contains schedules of prisoners who set sail on the Lady Juliana, labelled the 'floating brothel', which arrived in New South Wales on June 6,   The Second Fleet consisted of six ships - four transport ships and two storeships arrived in Sydney Cove in Three of the transport ships carried mostly male convicts and the other transport ship, The Lady Juliana, only carried Lady Juliana was the first all-female transport ship and the female population of Sydney more than doubled when it : Is Info.

An Introduction to Australian Legal History. The Sydney, Law Book Company, Cobley, John, The Crimes of the First Fleet Convicts. London, Angus & Robertson, (1 st published ) Cobley, John, The crimes of the Lady Juliana convicts, Sydney, Library of Australian History, Lady Julianna - departed 29 July arrived 3 June Master Thomas EDGAR, 35 crew, female convicts boarded ( arrived) A.

ABORROW Ann Ann Aborrow [Convict "Lady Julianna" "Scarborough" ]; ABRAHAMS Roseanna Roseanna Juliana (Abrahams) Nichols [Free Settler "Lady Penrhyn" "Prince of Wales" ]; ACTON Sarah Sarah Acton [Convict "Lady Julianna" ].

CONVICTS 'transported' to Australia (Newspaper article, plus lists of convict names) The Lady Juliana carried female convicts and only five failed to survive the voyage.

The remainder are in remarkable health. we may understand that there are those less fortunate who may be driven by their hunger to commit such crimes although. Michael Flynn in his definitive book ‘The Second Fleet’ considers ‘his reminiscences, if somewhat sentimentalized by the passage of thirty years, colourful and reasonably accurate.’ * Nicol’s account of his time on the Lady Juliana runs to 3, words and is full of anecdotes and stories about a number of the women on board.

He tells. The crimes of the Lady Juliana convicts, ISBN () Softcover, Library of Australian History, Sydney Cove: v.

The Crimes of the First Fleet Convicts by J. Cobley. Sydney Cove Series (4 Volumes – ) by J Cobley. The Search for John Small First Fleeter by Mollie Gillen. The Second Fleet: Britain’s Grim Convict Armada of by Michael Flynn. Crimes of the Lady Juliana Convicts by J Cobley.

The Women of the Neptune by Anne Needham. See more of Tasmanian Convicts on Facebook. Log In. Forgot account? or. Create New Account. Not Now. Related Pages. Convict Records. Reference Website. Tasmanian Genealogy and History. Reference Website.

Tasmanian Historical Research Association. Nonprofit Organization. Hobart Branch, Tasmanian Family History Society Inc. On 3 JuneLady Juliana reached Port Jackson after a voyage of days, however poor weather delayed the ship's anchoring in Sydney Cove until 6 June.

[18] Two hundred and twenty-two women were landed on 11 June, [19] and only five deaths had occurred in .Her charge is listed in the book by John Colby The Crimes of Lady Juliana Convicts as: "Susannah Mortimore late wife of William Mortimore Decd for traitoriously murdering William Mortimore her husband.

Guilty." The book goes on to mention that her sentence was to be hanged, from which she was granted a .