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Ships at Port Phillip Sep to Dec 1838

Arrivals by 138 vessels recorded and then found by me - all known ships 1836-1839
Details of visits involving Port Phillip - 1836, Jan-April 1837, May-Aug 1837, Sep-Dec 1837,
Jan-April 1838, May-Aug 1838, Sep-Dec 1838, Jan-April 1839, May-Aug 1839, Sep-Dec 1839,

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September 1838

  • Departed from Hobart on 10 Sep for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Adelaide
    96 tons, Marr master, with general cargo, passengers Mr and Mrs Roadknight, Mr H Roadknight, Miss Rawson, Mr H Hopkins jun., Mr Hull, Mr T Hardy, George Little, Thomas Bowar, John Morgan and wife, Evan Gwillin, E Hunter, John Farrow, James Stewart, John Moore, R Uncles and wife, R Osmond, J Wilson and wife, John Benson, James Stone and wife, T Johnson, James Smith, John gregory, J Laing, Janet Grant, James Jamieson, Charles Myers, Peter Bowlin, B Waldron, John Anderson, James Mitchell, John Dorg, R Chapman, T Tilson, J Lawton, G Goodman, J McDonald, R Hitchcock, John Munton - source CTH
  • Arrived at Hobart 16 Sep from Port Phillip on 11 Sep the schooner
    Hetty
    107 tons, Stephenson master, in ballast
  • Arrived at Hobart 16 Sep from Port Phillip on 11 Sep the
    Aquilla
    with sundries, passengers James and Ann Jarett, Alan Fonbrook
  • departure from Hobart Sun 9 Sep for Port Phillip the brig
    Nereus
    Lee master, passengers Mr Cockerhill, wife and child, and Mr Seers
  • Departed from Hobart on 24 Sep for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Hetty
    with sundries, and 33 passengers list from CTH, John Smith, W Porter, James Luther, M Wright, J Leigh, Mrs Stephenson, Goliath Chaddeton wife and son, James Welch and 3 sons, William Macbeth, John Wright, James Shaw, Samuel Foxall, James Weller, Thomas Hatrrell, George Vinge, William Charles, John Furlong, W Ridding, S Woolmer, A McMahon and wife, James Cooper, JB Lyons, T Rose, A Black, W Plumridge, James Burnell, John Murray
  • Arrived at Launceston on 4 Sep from Portland Bay, the barque
    Bolina
    , 244 tons, Waddell master, with oil, whalebone and mimosa bark, passengers WH Cropper and David Fermanagh
  • Departed from Launceston, on 4 Sep for Port Phillip, the cutter
    Aquilla
    bently master, passengers Mrs Presnall, Miss Harvie, Mr Bennell and 3 chn, Mr Sugden, Matthew Kennedy, Benjamin Parker, George Howes, William Hancock, Thomas Minty, Allen Fosbrook, Robert Jarrett, Ann Tarman, J Cape, Nathaniel Russell - source CTH
  • Arrived at Launceston on 7 Sep from Port Phillip, the cutter
    Domain
    25 tons, Sutton master, in ballast
  • Departed from Launceston for Port Phillip, on 8 Sep, the
    Domain
    with sundries, passengers Messrs Andrews, Wright, Allender, Lott and Oaks
  • Arrived at Launceston on 8 Sep from Portland Bay, the barque
    Hartley
    , 322 tons, Fewson master, with oil and whalebone, passengers Mr Darlot, Mr and Mrs Mills and 11 whalers
  • Arrived at Launceston on 8 Sep from Port Phillip, the brig
    Henry
    with sundries, passengers Major Mercer, W Highett Esq., Mr Cann
  • Arrived at Launceston on 8 Sep from Port Phillip, the schooner
    Perseverace
    45 tons, Johnson master, with sundries
  • Arrived at Launceston on 10 Sep from Port Phillip, the schooner
    Yarra Yarra
    in ballast, passengers Mr Cottrell
  • Arrived at Launceston on 12 Sep from Port Phillip, the schooner
    Enterprise
    in ballast;
  • Departed from Launceston on 12 Sep for Port Phillip, the cutter
    Pickwick
    30 tons, Dempsster master, with sundries, passengers Messrs J Thomson, George Williams, Thomas Cooper
  • Departed from Launceston on 14 Sep for Port Phillip, the
    Perseverance
    with sundries, passengers Mr A Cottrell Esq., Mrs Smith, W Carter, John Ward, George Hibs, Samuel price, David North
  • Departed from Launceston on 20 Sep for Port Phillip, the
    Yarra Yarra
    with sundries, passengers Mrs and Misses A, F and L Sargent, Mrs Lancey and 5 chn, Maria Collett, J kerwin, Margaret kerwin, J Pugh, J Browne, J Pottelis, J Long, J McGuire, Robert Kay, WC Carter
  • Departed from Launceston on 20 Sep for Port Phillip, the brig
    Bee
    134 tons, Hunter master, passengers Captain OHara, Captain Tew and Lieut Baxter and Lady, Ensign Stapleton, 69 rank and file, 11 women and 23 children of HM 50th Regt, cargo 900 bushels wheat and 4 tons hay
  • Departed from Launceston on 20 Sep for Port Phillip, the brig
    Henry
    with sundries, passengers W Highett Esq., FD Wickham, Esq., Captain Ritchie, Messrs Willis, Mr and Mrs Solomon, Matson, Highett, Synnott, Cann, Williams, Learmonth, Crockett, McLeod, Campbell, Murdock, McMillan, Tregurtha, Browne, Mr Nicholas, John Nicholas,
  • Departed from Launceston on 22 Sep for Port Phillip, the brig
    Albatross
    Westmoreland master, passengers Misses Cookney and Cowie, Masters Lawrence, R and G Gledow, Henry Broadway
  • Arrived at Launceston on 25 Sep from Port Phillip, the schooner
    Sir John Franklin
    52 tons, Dawson master, with 151 sheep, passengers Mr John Black, George Peck, John Harris, John Cootes - source CTH
  • Departed from Launceston on 26 Sep for Port Fairy, the
    Bolina
    , barque 270 tons, Waddell master, with sundries
  • Arrived at Launceston on 27 Sep from Port Phillip, the cutter
    Aquilla
    Bently master, with sheep, etc, passenger Mr Tullock
  • Arrived at Launceston on 27 Sep from Port Phillip, the schooner
    Gem
    Douglass master, with sundries
  • sailed from Sydney 3 Sep for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Kate
  • sailed from Sydney 9 Sep for Port Phillip and South Audstralia, the
    Nereus
    , passengers Mr Cockerhill with wife and child, Mr Seers
  • arrived Sydney Mon 10 Sep from Port Phillip on 28 Aug the
    Edward
    , schooner, Cannon master, in ballast, passengers Cabin Mrs Colen/Coghlan and child, Mr Ardin, Mr Nodin/Norton, Dr Thompson/Thomas and Mr Jackson, in Steerage 5 prisoners of the Crown, in the charge of a Constable. (name variants from Sydney Australian)
  • arrival Sydney on Tue 11 Sep from Port Phillip on 31 Aug the
    Bessy
    , schooner, Cameron master, in ballast, passengers Mr Charles Scott, Mr William Thompson, Mr William Leard and Mrs Immings/Jinnings
  • departed Sydney Sun 16 Sep for Port Phillip and Launceston the
    Siren
    , passengers Colonel White, James Gardner Esq., James Jackson Esq., Mr Youlle, Mr Wicks, Mr and Mrs Wood and 4 chn, Mr John Greenaway, Mr John Cummings, Mr Baufather and Captain Munro
  • departed Sydney Weds 19 Sep for Port Phillip and South Aust the schooner
    Henry Freeling
    , passenger Mr Francis Jackson
  • Arrived Sydney Wed 26 Sep, from Port Phillip on 19 Sep the
    Paul Pry
    56 tons, Captain Dixon, in ballast, Passengers Captain Fyans and Thomas Holland.
  • Sydney comments the
    Success
    plans to depart for Port Phillip about 27 Sep
  • sailed from Sydney 30 Sep for Port Phillip the ship
    Denmark Hill
    253 tons, Brown master, with passengers Mr Arden, Rev Mr Eylles, Mr Eyre, Mra nd Mrs Strode, Mr Williams, Mr and Mrs Minitie, Mr Pearson, Mr Dulhunty, Mr Carr and 30 in the steerage
  • News brought by Edward, 10 days from Port Phillip, at the time of her leaving the Bessy was ready to start for this port, the Yarra Yarra was going up the river, the Eudora had arrived and was to sail for Calcutta, the Kate was standing to the southward.
  • News brought by Paul Pye, the John Dunscombe had arrived from New Zealand with timber, and the Gem from Hobart. This was the maiden trip for the Paul Pye, described by her passengers as a beautiful little craft, and a fast sailer.

October 1838


The Africaine has arrived all well at South Australia from London, on her way to Launceston
  • Departed from Hobart 1 Oct for Port Phillip, the cutter
    Elizabeth Henrietta
    , with sundries, passengers G Scott and J Nash
  • Arrived at Hobart on 6 Oct from Port Phillip, the schooner
    Adelaide
    96 tons, Marr master, in ballast, passengers John Cobbs and Thomas Caines;
  • Departed from Hobart on 14 Oct for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Blossom
    45 tons, Dawson master, with sundries, passengers Messrs J Caffer, C Everell, J Bogle, J Edwards, W Lyons, H Matthews, D OMara, S Melavin, T Hennesy
  • Departed from Hobart on 14 Oct for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Adelaide
    with a cargo of sundries, passengers J Liddy, John Hancock, W Robins, Mrs Burgess, Mrs King and 12 chn, James Foyle, John Fleming, Mrs Watson and dau, Mrs Wright and child, Mrs Kennessy and child, W Butler, W Coben, H Tuck, G Petrie, W Wilson, S Arnold
  • Departed from Hobart on 21 Oct for Port Phillip, the brig
    Francis
    216 tons, Kirkus master, with sundries, passengers Messrs H Hopkins, John Walker, John Wilkinson, J Thrupp, J Roe, A Alexander, W Robertson with wife and child, E Sayers, R Muirhead, M Gibbs, R Moffatt, W Stone, J Kelly, J Brown, J Street, H Lewis, J Campbell, J McLean, W Hartley, J Brown with wife and 4 chn, C Harvey, J Green, J Deveraux, A Forrester, Fanny Richmond, Ann Hartley - source HTC
  • Arrived at Hobart on 23 Oct from Portland Bay andf Maria Island 22 Oct, the schooner
    Maria
    with a cargo of bone and oil
  • Departed from Launceston on 1 Oct for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Enterprise
    Hunter master, passengers Joseph Turner, John Goodall, Edward Rogers, George (a Chinese), Daniel Ronaldson and wife, David Ross, John York and wife, Patrick Welsh, Samuel Hone
  • Departed from Launceston on 4 Oct for Port Phillip, the brig
    Black Joke
    Captain Harding, with sundries, passengers Messrs PW Welsh and wife, Mr and Mrs Bolger, J Keary/Kearney, J Samuels, J Bugg/Brigg, J Prior, W Esher, W Bryant, W White with wife and child, G Althorpe, Reuben Corker and R Samuels.
  • Departed from Launceston on 10 Oct for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Gem
    with sundries, passengers Mr ad Mrs Anderson with 4 chn and servant, Messrs J Oldham, William Anderson, Elizabeth Anderson, J Harris, J Peppiart, William Barrett, W Barker, John Dell, J Coombes, F Coomer
  • Arrived at Launceston on 9 Oct from Portland Bay, the schooner
    Eagle
    Fawthorp master, passengers Messrs Sg and F Henty
  • Departed from Launceston on 10 Oct for Port Phillip, the cutter
    Aquilla
    with sundries and passengers Jane Handcock, John Carter, J Barkville, Peter Aicheson, J Lewzey, J Kibble with wife and child, J Owenson, Ellen Ryan, E Coombe, Thomas Monday, John Dick, J Schofield
  • Departed from Launceston on 15 Oct for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Perseverance
    Johnson master, passengers J Osborne, Elizabeth Barrett and 2 chn, Wm Harber, J Burnett, W Hall, J Benjamin
  • Arrived at Launceston on 16 Oct from Sydney via Port Phillip, the brig
    Siren
    141 tons, Lawler master, with sundries, passengers from Sydney Colonel White, John Gardiner Esq., jackson Esq., Messrs Yuille, Mick, Banfather, Captain Munro, mrs Westhead and 4 chn, John greenaway, John Cummins, passengers from Port Phillip Messrs Glass, Tullock, Edwin, Seyers, Mrs Howe - source HTC
  • Arrived at Launceston on 16 Oct from Port Phillip, the
    Perseverance
    with sundries, passengers Messrs Smith and Watson
  • Arrived at Launceston on 18 Oct from Port Phillip, the brig
    Henry
    with 200 sheep, passengers Capt Ritchie, FD Wickham Esq., Mr Nicholls, Mr Thornbus
  • Arrived at Launceston on 23 Oct from South Australia and Portland Bay, the
    Africaine
    with sundries, passengers Mr and Mrs Mills, Messrs Long, J McIntosh, C McIntosh, Sinclair, Edwards, Brown, Myers, Mclean, Taylor, Bentick, Brett, Brew, Weston, Gladwell;
  • Arrived at Launceston on 26 Oct from Port Phillip, the
    Pickwick
    with 85 sheep, passengers Captain Trundle, James Meek, Mrs Bailey
  • Departed from Launceston for Port Phillip, on 25 Oct, the
    Perseverance
    with sundries, passengers Messrs Benjamin, Osborne, Barnett with wife and 2 chn, Harbar, Hall;
  • Arrived at Launceston on 27 Oct from Port Phillip, the
    Industry
    in ballast, passengers Mr and Mrs Rucker
  • Arrived at Launceston on 27 Oct from Port Phillip, the cutter
    Aquilla
    40 tons, Bentley master, with sheep, etc
  • Departed from Launceston on 27 Oct for Port Phillip, the brig
    Henry
    105 tons, Ruffle master, with cargo of sundries, passengers John Raven Esq., Messrs Wedge, Wood, Tregurtha, Crear, Hodgkinson, Pattersona and wife, Sayers, Garrett, Wrede, Bell, Perkins, Hall, Griffiths, Naylor, Pawell and 8 steerage
  • Departed from Launceston on 27 Oct for Port Phillip, the brig
    Francis
    216 tons, Kirkins master, with cargo of sundries, passengers J Raven Esq., Mr Wedge, Mr Wood, Mr Tregurtha, Mr Crear, Mr Hodgkinson, Mr and Mrs Paterson, Mr Sayers, Mr Garrett, Mr Wrede, Mr Bell, Mr Perkins, Mr Hall, Mr Griffiths, John henderson, P Kirkham, James and Eliza Greenwood, Wm Malcolm, Wm McGuffy, J Fletcher, G Skardon
  • Departed from Launceston on 30 Oct for Port Phillip, the brig
    Black Joke
    114 tons, Harding master. in ballast, passengers Capt Langdon, Mr Samuels, Bolden, Champion, Ward
  • Departed from Launceston on 31 Oct for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Pickwick
    Dempster master, passengers Mr E Symonds, J Fawns, David Fenman
  • sailed from Sydney 4 Oct for Port Phillip the schooner
    Success
  • sailed from Sydney 16 Oct for Port Phillip the schooner
    Paul Pye
    Bennet master, with passengers Dr Thomson, Mr Webster, Mr Nodlin, Mr Piper, Mr W Piper, Mr Hinchcliff, Phillip Cummings, James Wist, Archiry and Achora natives of Bengal, James Loving and wife, Isaac Bryan, Francis Harding with wife and 2 chn, Searjant Dowling, and Patrick Burns a prisoner of the Crown
  • sailed from Sydney 22 Oct for Port Phillip and South Australia, the
    Regis
    with passengers Captain Ebbart, Mr Nutt and Mr Knapp (Surveyors), Mr SH Davies, Messrs Hardy, Bennett, Smart, J Stubbs
  • arrived at Sydney 28 Oct from Port Phillip, the
    Paul Pye
  • Arrived at Sydney on 29 Oct from Port Phillip on 21 Oct, the schooner
    Kate
    65 tons, Bainbridge master, passengers Cabin J Bowerman Esq., and Mr Urquhart. Steerage two constables and five convicts in custody
  • Arrived at Sydney on 29 Oct from South Australia on 2 Oct and Portland Bay on 25 Oct, the barque
    Hope
    273 tons, Captain Arthur Devlin master, passengers cabin Captain Sturt, Mrs Blinkensorp and child, steerage Mr and Mrs Brown, James Thompson, James Smith and John Scott
Note - Page 1 of The South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register (Adelaide, SA : 1836 - 1839) Saturday 27 October 1838 records an address presented to the Hon. George Milner Stephen, Colonial Secretary, late Acting Governor of South Australia from the Members of the Council and signed by 30 Officials, and 203 Residents of South Australia

November 1838

  • Sailed from Hobart on 2 Nov, for Port Phillip, the cutter
    Aquilla
    with sundries, passengers KW Kirkland Esq., J McGregor, Hamilton Esq., Messrs Wallis, Morrison with wife and child, Captain Morgan, and 6 steerage
  • Arrived at Hobart on 4 Nov from Port Phillip, the schooner
    Hetty
    156 tons, Stephenson master, with cargo of oil, passenger W Dawbing
  • Departed from Hobart on 11 Nov for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Sir John Franklin
    54 tons, J Dawson master, with sundries, passengers Messrs J Burne, Moore, E Callow, C Connor and child, E Ferris with wife and child, H Davidson, T Fisher, J Grant, D Murphy, J Coleman, T Jackson, J Spittal
  • Arrived at Hobart on 12 Nov from Portland Bay on 2 Nov, the
    Elizabeth Henrietta
    45 tons, Drapper master, with timber, JF Sreachan agent
  • Departed from Hobart on 19 Nov for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Bandicoot
    , 62 tons, Smith master, with sundries, passengers Messrs F Allen, W Bull, W Herring, J Mooney, E ODonaid, T Whitehead, McFarlain with wife and dau, Robinson, W Richardson
  • Arrived at Hobart on 22 Nov from Williams Town, the schooner
    Blossom
    44 tons, Mitchell master, with wool and tallow
  • Departed from Hobart on 29 Nov for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Maria
    , 148 tons, Sinclair master, with sundries, passengers Messrs J Peek/Peck, M Moir with wife and child, Tootman, Bowdell, Frost senior and junior, Mr T Himen, Mr and Mrs Tibbs and 2 chnHerrell, Lobb with wife and 2 chn, Himes, Johns, Walker, White, Smith and Sawtell
  • Departed from Launceston on 2 Nov for Port Phillip, the cutter
    Aquilla
    Bently master, passengers WK kenneth Esq., James McGregor Hamilton Esq., Mr and Mrs Morrison and child, Mr Wallis, Captain Morgan, James Candy, W Gibson, W Wood, J Stanforth, John Silcock, Thomas James
  • Arrived at Launceston on 6 Nov from Portland Bay, the schooner
    Eagle
    108 tons, Fawthorp master, with oil and bone, passengers SG Henty, Esq., Mrs Henty and child, Dr Collyer, J Colville, H Watson and H Haines/Harris
  • Departed from Launceston on 8 Nov for Port Fairy, the schooner
    Elizabeth
    51 tons, Stiles master, with sundries. passengers Messrs Campbell, Donald, Clarke, Wales
  • Departed from Launceston on 10 Nov for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Industry
    96 tons, Lawler master, with sundries and 25 passengers - Mr and Mrs Brodie and 3 chn, Mr and Mrs Clarkson and child, Mr and Mrs Coulstock, Mrs Page, Mr T Gibson, Mary Mugridge, W Cummings, James Greenwood, Eliza Greenwood, F Wade, R Windows, William Hutchin, JO Andrew, J Thomson, J Hamilton, G Stall
  • Departed from Launceston on 14 Nov for Port Phillip, the brig
    Black Joke
    with sundries and 21 passengers - Mr Oakden, Mr and Mrs Rucker and child, Mr Pitman, Owen Parry, J Harvie and wife, JR Forster, R Walker, Mr J Hobler/Hobson, T Whaling and wife, P Morgan/Maguire, W Wallen, W Davis or WD Close, C Edwards, T Peed/Teel, T Croft, J Williams, J Cameron
  • Arrived at Launceston on 20 Nov from Port Phillip, the
    Aquilla
    with sundries, passengers Mr Alexander Laing
  • Arrived at Launceston on 20 Nov from Port Phillip, the
    Henry
    , with 100 sheep, Messrs Headlam and Hinchliff
  • Departed from Launceston on 20 Nov for Portland Bay, the
    Sally Ann
    , with 250 sheep, and 14 passengers - F Henty Esq., and whaling party
  • Arrived at Launceston on 21 Nov from Port Phillip, the
    Pickwick
    , with 4 casks beef, and passenger Mr E Symmonds
  • Arrived at Launceston on 23 Nov from Port Fairy, the
    Elizabeth
    with 80 casks oil,
  • Departed from Launceston on 27 Nov for Port Phillip, the
    Pickwick
    with sundries and 4 passengers - R Candy, J Maloney and wife, H Becker
  • Departed from Launceston on 27 Nov for Port Phillip, the
    Aquilla
    with sundries and 15 passengers - Mrs Green, Mrs Carroll and 3 chn, G Coleman, C Watts, P Bunn, J Kebble, Mr Mawby, Mrs Richardson, mrs Aitchinson, C Godsall, E Arms, OFlanaghan, J Swinbreck
  • Departed from Sydney on 30 Nov for Port Phillip, the
    Success
    , Captain Bainbridge

December 1838

  • Departed from Hobart on 2 Dec for Port Phillip, the
    Tasmaian Lass
    with sundries, passengers Messrs Boling, Jones, Scott, McIntyre, Haymund, Eldridge, Taber, Johnstone, Shaw
  • Departed from Hobart on 3 Dec for Port Phillip, the barque
    Wallaby
    284 tons, Hurburgh master with sundries, passengers Mrs Parker
  • Arrived at Hobart on 6 Dec from Port Phillip on 27 Nov, the
    Francis
    , brig, 216 tons, Kirkus master, in ballast, C McLachlan Agent, passengers John Walker, J Wilkinson, H Hopkins, Esqs;
  • Arrived at Hobart on 7 Dec, the
    Adelaide
    with wool, etc, passengers John Keddar, J Elliott, J Cordage, H Stokes
  • Departed from Hobart for Port Phillip on 7 Dec, the
    Blossom
    with sundries, passengers Mr price, Mr Allee, Mr Stone, Mr McRie, Mr and Mrs McRie, Mr and Mrs Hawson, Mrs Melavon and family, Mrs Connely and family, J Dixon, W Chapman, W Suppin, R Stone, W Miller, Henry Evans, J Connor, Peggy Coffee and sister
  • Departed from Hobart on 13 Dec for Port Phillip, the
    Agnes
    with sundries, passengers Mr Fawkner sen., Mr and Mrs MacPherson with child and servant, J Colson, E Freerham, Jane Harmers, W Alexander, E Kingston, H Sharman;
  • Departed from Hobart on 20 Dec for Port Phillip, the
    Adelaide
    with sundries, passengers Mr Coley, Mr Finden/Sinden and child, Mr Bolton, Margaret Burns, Thomas Johnstone and wife
  • Departed from Hobart on 20 Dec for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Henry Freeling
    , 92 tons, Morris master, with sundries, passengers Charles Bealton, Charles Day, John Murphy, Ellen Murphy, Mary Murphy, Eliza Cardon
  • Arrived at Hobart on 20 Dec from Port Phillip, the
    Aquilla
    with sundries and 10 passengers;
  • Arrived at Hobart on 25 Dec from Port Phillip, the
    Bandicoot
    , with wool and 3 passengers
  • Arrived at Hobart on 25 Dec from Port Phillip, the
    Industry
    with sundries and 7 passengers
  • Departed from Launceston, on 1 Dec for Port Phillip, the
    Henry
    with sundries and 21 passengers - Mr and Mrs Strachan, Mr Thornloe, Sinclair, Crouper, Watson, Tregartha, Ward, Dunn, Watson jun, F Avery, E Enderby, C Freestone, J Brown, J Curran, J Jones, W Handcock, C Dutton, J Pennington, W Watson
  • Arrived at Launceston on 1 Dec from Portland Bay, the schooner
    Sally Ann
    in ballast with 4 passengers - JW Brown, J Evans, S Brown, J Smith
  • Arrived at Launceston on 3 Dec from Port Phillip, the
    Perseverance
    with sundries and 2 passegers - Mr Benjamin, Mr Roberts
  • Departed from Launceston, on 3 Dec, for London via Port Phillip, the
    Thomas Laurie
    , barque 304 tons, Price master with sundries, passengers Capt Douglas, W Wood Esq., W Hencley sen
  • Arrived at Launceston on 5 Dec from Port Phillip, the
    Black Joke
    , with 200 sheep and 4 passengers - P Ormond esq., Mr Bolger, Mrs Page, John Dagle
  • Departed from Launceston, on 5 Dec for Portland Bay, the schooner
    Sally Ann
    with 350 sheep, passengers Dr Collyer and 6 whalers
  • Departed from Launceston on 7 Dec for Port Phillip, the
    Perseverance
    with sundries and 5 passengers - Ann Wild, Thomas Jones, John Hurals, Isaac Ritchie, John Walsh
  • Arrived at Launceston on 13 Dec from Port Phillip, the
    Industry
    with 118 sheep, passenger Mr Garrett
  • Arrived at Launceston on 13 Dec from Port Phillip, the
    Aquilla
    with sheep and 4 passengers - Mr Kirkland, Kinross, Matthews, Wallis
  • Arrived at Launceston on 14 Dec from Port Phillip, the
    John Dunscombe
    with 200 sheep and 3 passengers, Mr Kenneth Campbell, Mrs Hamilton, Miss McLean
  • Departed from Launceston on 13 Dec for Port Phillip, the brig
    Black Joke
    113 tons, Harding master, with sundries and passengers John Hayward, James Hughes, James Page, J Knaptons
  • Departed from Launceston on 15 Dec for Port Phillip, the
    Enterprise
    with sundries and 4 passengers - David Wise, John Whitehouse, Charles Greg, Mrs Croft
  • Arrived at Launceston on 20 Dec from Portland Bay, the
    Sally Ann
    in ballast
  • Departed from Launceston on 20 Dec for Port Phillip, the cutter
    Aquilla
    40 tons, Bentlley master, with sundries and 10 passengers; passengers hard to read, J Whitehouse, J Halley, others for South Australia - source CTH 1 Jan 1839
  • Departed from Launceston on 20 Dec for Port Phillip, the schooner
    Industry
    96 tons, Buckland master, with sundries and 7 passengers;
  • Arrived at Launceston on 23 Dec from Port Phillip, the
    Pickwick
    , passengers Mr W Francis
  • Arrived at Launceston on 23 Dec from Port Phillip and George Town, the barque
    Wallaby
    284 tons, Harburgh master, 8 passengers
  • Departed from Launceston on 21 Dec for Portland Bay, the
    Sally Ann
    , with sundries and 7 passengers
  • Departed from Launceston on 22 Dec for Port Phillip, the
    John Dunscombe
    with sundries and 13 passengers - W Cundell, Mrs Campbell and child, Phillip Campbell, Miss Macebury, Alexander Drummond, Miss Ann Drummond, M McLean, Mrs Miller, James Harris, P Radley
  • Departed from Launceston on 31 Dec, for Port Phillip, the cutter
    Pickwick
    25 tons, Kennedy master, passengers David McRay, G Scott, James Clark, James Pallaser
  • Arrived at Launceston on 31 Dec from Port Phillip, the schooner
    Perseverance
    45 tons, Langdon master, with sundries and 8 passengers;
  • arrived at Sydney 4 Dec from Port Phillip the
    Paul Pye
    Captain Bennett, in ballast with 2 steerage passengers
  • arrived at Sydney 5 Dec from Port Phillip the schooner
    Kate
    60 tons, Captain Chape, in ballast, passengers Cabin Mr Davis, steerage Mr Perry and Mr Davis
  • Departed from Sydney 7 Dec from Port Phillip the
    Bessy
    Watson master, no passengers
  • arrived at Sydney 17 Dec from Madras 18 Aug, Swan River then Port Phillip on 7 Dec the bark
    Caledonia
    `93 tons, Captain Symers, with merchandise, Passengers from Madras the Rev mr Turnbull and lady, Mr Burton, and 18 European convicts. Passengers from Port Phillip - Mr J Smith with wife and 2 chn, and Dr Hamlyn, from Swan River Mr H Camfield
  • departed Sydney 17 Dec for Port Phillip - the
    Hope
    Greaves master, passengers 120 emigrants and 34 rank and file of the 51st Regt. includes four Protectors of Aborigines, 8 prisoners, 25 soldiers
  • arrived at Sydney 17 Dec 1838 from Port Phillip and Adelaide, the
    Adelaide
    Arthur Devlin master with passengers G Wills Esq., Mrs and Miss Wills, Miss McFarlane, Mr Campbell, Messrs Hogan, Dean, Gill, Brown, Mrs Macruthers and 2 chn, Mr M Samuel, Mr and Mrs Delaney, Mr Downes, Mr and Mrs Lewis, Master Anderson, Mr Philpot and Mr Jackson

Arrivals by 138 vessels recorded and then found by me - all known ships 1836-1839
Details of visits involving Port Phillip - 1836, Jan-April 1837, May-Aug 1837, Sep-Dec 1837,
Jan-April 1838, May-Aug 1838, Sep-Dec 1838, Jan-April 1839, May-Aug 1839, Sep-Dec 1839,

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