Yorkarrived 6 Feb 1841 ship 1015 tons, Captain Legg master, from England 9 Oct 1840 to Port Phillip
24 Feb Arrived PP the ship York, 1015 tons, Legg, from London via Plymouth Pass - Dr Charles Nathan, Mr and Mrs Dendy and son, Mr and Mrs Watson and family, Mr and Mrs Pritchard, Mr and Mrs Nathan and dau, Capt Poole and son, Mrs Henderson, Mrs Hoole, Messrs Baily, Jeffries, Wight, Hoole, Arthur, Goden, Addison, Wilson, Dunsford, Duncan and Vernor; 20 intermediate and 34 in steerage
Bounty passengers all Protestants from Gloucestershire, are James a Sawyer and Hannah Derrett both 30, John Dickenson aged 39 a Labourer, and Maria Dickenson aged 36 a Dressmaker and chn George 13, Peter 11 and Ellen 8, John Peglar 39, painter and Glazier, both. March 26 - York cleared for Sydney with part of original cargo Passengers Captain Poole and son, Mr and Mrs Nathan and family, Mrs Henderson, Mrs Walpole and family, Messrs Vernor, Duncan and White. 10 in steerage
Arrived Sydney 5 April from Port Phillip 28 March. Passengers Mr Toole and son, Mr Vernon, Mr Duncan, Mr and Mrs Nathan and 6 chn, Mrs Henderson, Mr White, Mr Villiers, Mr Darley, and 3 in the steerage
Arrival reported in Sydney 'Free press and commercial journal', 20 Feb 1841, with identical list of passengers Henry Dendy born 1800 at Abinger, Surrey
Court case Source: Sydney Herald, 26 May 1841
Sittings in Banco, before Mr. Justice Burton, and Mr. Justice Stephen.
Isaac Nathan V. James Legg.
In this case an affidavit had been made by the plaintiff, stating that in Sept. last he had shipped 12 cases of goods on board the defendant's ship the York, then in the Thames bound for Port Phillip and Sydney; that of these cases ten had been delivered, that two of them were yet undelivered, that the plaintiff had applied to the defendant since the arrival of the ship at Sydney for the delivery of those cases, and had tendered him the freight for the same that the defendant had referred the plaintiff to his agents Messrs. Dunlop and Co., to whom the plaintiff paid the freight, but that the defendant would not deliver the said cases that the same contained goods worth œ100, and that an advertisement had been published in a Sydney newspaper, stating that the ship would shortly sail for Calcutta, and that therefore the plaintiff believed that the defendant was about to remove himself out of the jurisdiction of the Court.
Diary of Victoria - Part 7 - 1841 Henry Dendy arrived in Melb on the ship York, with his wife and son.
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