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Ships that came to Port Phillip in 1842
Summary notes on Vessels by name - Abeona, Caledonia, Eagle, Harlequin, Maguasha, Sally Ann, Tamar,

Surprise - of the 26 vessels listed on this page
Lloyds Register of Shipping recorded in 1842, includes eleven.

Abeona

schooner, 96 tons, Blackburn master, (not listed in Lloyds 1842)
Arrived 4 Jan 1842 - from Hobart in ballast source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 7th Jan
Abeona schooner, 96 tons, Blackburn master, Arrived 25 Jan 1842 - from Hobart to Geelong, Passengers Mrs Blackburn Imports 14 rams, 1 horse source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 28st Jan
Abeona schooner, 96 tons, Blackburn master, Cleared Out 11 Feb 1842 - for Hobart arrived 8 March. Exports 300 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th Feb
Abeona Cleared Out 19 Apr 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 22nd April
Abeona schooner, Cleared Out 17 May 1842 - for Hobart. Passengers Mrs Blackbourne, exports 300 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 20th May
Abeona schooner, 96 tons, Blackburn master, Arrived 18 June 1842 - from Hobart with one mare and foal source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 21st June
Abeona schooner, Cleared Out 18 June 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 21st June
Abeona schooner, 96 tons, Blackburn master, Arrived 5 July 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mrs Blackburn, Mrs McTavish. She suffered very bad weather, and recovered with difficulty source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 12th July
Abeona Schooners Vessels in Hobsons Bay - source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 19th July
Abeona schooner, Cleared Out 28 July 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 29th July
Abeona Sailed 3 Aug 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 5th August
Abeona schooner, 96 tons, Blackburn master, Cleared Out 7 Sep 1842 - for Hobart via Geelong source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 9th September
Abeona schooner, 96 tons, Blackburn master, Arrived 6 Sep 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mr Anderson source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 9th September
Abeona Arrived 13 Oct 1842 - from Hobart for Geelong. Passengers Mr Austin, Mr Roberts, Mr Foley source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 14th October
Abeona schooner, Cleared from Port Phillip 8 Nov 1842 for Hobart via Geelong, with 200 sheep source Melbourne Times, 12 Nov
Abeona schooner, Cleared Out 28 Nov 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd December
Abeone Cleared Out 13 Oct 1842 - for Hobart, 100 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 14th October

Abercromby

Schooner, 142 tons, Petley master, (not listed in Lloyds 1842)
Arrived 25 May 1842 - from Sydney. Passengers Messrs Robinson, Stanway, Mr and Mrs Mullin, 3 in steerage, 10 prisoners source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 27th May
Abercromby schooner, Cleared Out 1 June 1842 - for Sydney in ballast source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 3rd June
Abercromby Sailed 5 June 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 3rd June

Adelaide

schooner 96 tons, Harborough master, (not listed in Lloyds 1842)
Arrived 21 Jan 1842 - from Hobart, Passengers Mr W Mortimer and one in Steerage. Imports timber source Port Phillip Herald - Tues 25th Jan
Adelaide schooner, 96 tons, Harburgh master, Cleared Out 5 Feb 1842 - for Hobart Passengers Messrs Dudley and Hodgson, 8 in steerage. Exports 20 head cattle, 100 sheep, 60 hides, etc source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 8th Feb
Adelaide schooner, 96 tons, Harburgh master, Arrived 6 Mar 1842 - from Hobart, Passengers Messrs Dudley and Lang, one in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 8th March
Adelaide Sailed 20 Mar 1842 - for Hobart, arrived 28 March source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Adelaide schooner, 96 tons, Harburgh master, Cleared Out 18 Mar 1842 - for Hobart, Passengers Mr Dudley, Mr and Mrs Smith, Mr and Mrs Kelsh, Miss Hopsell, Mr and Mrs Glenwright, Mr and Mrs Downes and child, John Brooks, Richard Jay, John Colins, Edward Corbett, James Hogan, J Bellinger, W Wilson, Exports 250 sheep, 13 casks tallow, 50 hides, 1 case slops source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Adelaide schooner, 96 tons, Harborough master, Arrived 16 Apr 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mrs Smith, Miss Saddler, Miss Anderson, Messrs Maxwell, Watson, Rowe, Umphelby, 2 in Steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 19th April
Adelaide schooner, Cleared Out 23 Apr 1842 - for Hobart. Passengers 9 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 26th April
Adelaide Sailed 26 Apr 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 29th April
Adelaide Schooner, 96 tons, Harburgh master, Arrived 25 May 1842 - from Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 27th May
Adelaide Sailed 4 June 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 7th June
Adelaide schooner, Cleared Out 3 June 1842 - for Hobart. Passengers 4 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 7th June
Adelaide schooner, 96 tons, Harburgh master, Arrived 25 June 1842 - from Hobart, source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 28th June
Adelaide schooner, Cleared Out 5 July 1842 - for Hobart export 250 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 12th July
Adelaide Sailed 12 July 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 15th July
Adelaide schooner, 96 tons, Harburgh master, Arrived 20 July 1842 - from Flinders Island, in ballast source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 22th July
Adelaide schooner, Cleared Out 22 July 1842 and sailed 24 July - for Flinders Island with 250 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 26th July
Adelaide schooner, 96 tons, Harburgh master, Arrived 22 Aug 1842 - from Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 23th August
Adelaide Sailed 31 Aug 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd September
Adelaide schooner, 96 tons, Harburgh master, Cleared Out 30 Aug 1842 - for Hobart. Passengers 3 native blacks. Exports 6 tierces beef, 250 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd September

Aden

(listed in Lloyds 1842 as A116, Waddle master, 357 tons, built at Sndrld 1841, R Brooks owner, home port London, voyage Lpmdon to Sydney) arrived 30 Sep 1842 barque, 420 tons, Captain Alexander Stewart Waddle/Waddell master, from London 7 June. Passengers Mr and Mrs Chambers and 3 chn, Mr and Mrs Young and 2 chn, Mr and Mrs Lowe, Doctor Whitfield and wife and child, Miss Robinson, Miss Elwin, J Rose Esq, Miss Rose, Messrs GP Weston, William Archer, Joseph Archer, Samuel Augustus Sylvester, WE Smith. Intermediate Mr and Mrs Davis and child and Messrs Henry Jones, D Jones, Wilson, Reone, Giligan, Steerage included Gunning, McDowell, McConnell, Clements, Jeche, Gardiner, Cowell, Archer,
summary of passengers - Captain, Dr Whitford, Cabin 22 + 3 servants, Intermediate 8 and 40 in the steerage, total 71 + 2 Staff.
3 families (Young, Chambers and Lowe) going to Sydney,
Sailed for Sydney 30 Sep with the whole of her original cargo, as shipped in London.
Sailed 7 Dec 1842 from Sydney, Passengers Mr and Mrs Cheine, servant and 2 chn, Mr EH Green, Dr Fox, McLean, Messrs Rose, Morrison, Kirk, Woolley, Potts and Foster, 3 in steerage.
Aden barque, 422 tons, Waddell master, Arrived 7 Dec 1842 - from Sydney. Passengers Mr and Mrs Chelne, 2 chn and servant, Mr RR Green, Dr Fox, Dr McLean, Messrs Rose, Morrison, Kirk, Woolley, Potts, Foster, 3 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 9th December

Agenoria

brigantine 129 tons Leslie master, (not listed in Lloyds 1842)
Arrived 9 Jan 1842 - from Hobart, Imports 20,000 feet timber, 75,000 shingles, 10,000 laths, 112 bags flour source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 11th Jan
Agenoria brigatine, 129 tons, Leslie master, Cleared Out 20 Jan 1842 - for Hobart. Exports 80 bales wool, food source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 21st Jan
Agenoria Sailed 21 Jan 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tues 25th Jan
Agenoria brigantine, 128 tons, Hurst master, Arrived 19 Apr 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mrs Hurst, Messrs Munlock, Smith, Curtis source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 22nd April
Agenoria schooner, Cleared Out 11 May 1842 - for Timor and Port Louis. Passengers Mrs Hurst and Miss Betts source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 13th May
Agenoria Sailed 15 May 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 17th May
Agenoria schooner, 129 tons, Hurst master, Arrived 13 Dec 1842 - from Mauritius. Passengers Mrs Hurst, Miss Betts, Mr and Mrs Avery, Mr Burra, steerage 6 prisoners of the crown source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 16th December

Agnes and Elizabeth

schooner, 74 tons, Mitchell master, (not listed in Lloyds 1842)
Arrived 11 June 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mr Gleeson source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 17th June
Agnes and Elizabeth Sailed 22 June 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 24th June
Agnes and Elizabeth schooner, 75 tons, Mitchell master, Arrived 20 July 1842 - from Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 22th July
Agnes and Elizabeth schooner, Cleared Out 27 July 1842 - for Hobart. Passengers Mr and Mrs Rutter and 7 chn, Messrs Haskell, Ward source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 29th July
Agnes and Elizabeth Sailed 30 July 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 2nd August
Agnes and Elizabeth schooner, 74 tons, Mitchell master, Arrived 23 Aug 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mrs Mitchell source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 26th August
Agnes and Elizabeth schooner, tons, Mitchell master, Cleared Out 27 Aug 1842 - for Hobart. Passengers Mrs Mitchell. Mr Malcolm, export 200 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 30th August
Agnes and Elizabeth schooner, 74 tons, Mitchell master, Arrived 15 Oct 1842 - from Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 18th October
Agnes and Elizabeth schooner, 74 tons, Mitchell master, Cleared Out 19 Oct 1842 - for Hobart, exports 200 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 21st October
Agnes and Elizabeth Sailed 22 Oct 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 25th October
Agnes and Elizabeth schooner, Cleared Out 30 Nov 1842 - for Hobart. Passengers Mr and Miss Casey source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd December
Agnes and Elizabeth Sailed 3 Dec 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 6th December

Agostina

barque, 333 tons, Perry master, (listed in Lloyds 1842 as A234, 306 tons, built Dundea 1837, owned by Booth and Co, home port Aberdn, on voyage from London, has 9 years classed A1)
Sailed 12 Jan 1842 - for Launceston with part of original cargo. Passengers Messrs McCarthy, Mudie, Davidson, 15 in the steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 14th Jan
Agostina Sailed 15 Jan 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 19th Jan

Alexander

(listed in Lloyds 1842 as A373, 523 tons, built Londn 1828, owned by BDutchma, home port Liverpool, on voyage from London, has 12 years classed A1)
Cleared Out 26 Jan 1842 for Sydney - ship, 523 tons, Ramsay master, passengers Mrs Mossman and 4 chn, Monsieur and Madame Gautrot, Mrs Wallace, Mr and Mrs Chambers and 2 chn, and 12 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 28st Jan

Alexandrina

brig 151 tons Thompson master, (not listed in Lloyds 1842)
Sailed 8 Jan 1842 - for London. Passengers Mr and Mrs Morton. Exports 1 case specimens, 1 case paintings, 467 bales wool source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 11th Jan

Alpha

cutter 27 tons, Bennett master, (not listed in Lloyds 1842)
Arrived 23 Jan 1842 - from Launceston on 6 Jan, Passengers Mr Robert Massie source Port Phillip Herald - Tues 25th Jan
Alpha cutter 27 tons, Bennett master, Cleared Out 17 Mar 1842 - for Western Port, Passengers Dr Anderson, Mr and Mrs Baillie, Messrs Martin and Cleavendale source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 18th March
Alpha Cutters Vesels at Queen's Wharf source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Alpha cutter, 27 tons, Bennett master, Arrived 7 May 1842 - from Western Port. Passengers Messrs James, Munsley, Cassidy source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 10th May
Alpha cutter, Cleared Out 11 May 1842 - for Western Port. Passengers 6 in Steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 13th May
Alpha cutter, Jacobs master, Arrived 15 June 1842 - from Western Port, source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 17th June
Alpha cutter, Cleared Out 22 June 1842 - for Western Port. Passengers Mrs Keilor and child source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 24th June
Alpha cutter, 27 tons, Jacobs master, Arrived 13 Aug 1842 - from Western Port source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 16th August
Alpha cutter, 37 tons, Roberts master, Arrived 26 Aug 1842 - from Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 30th August
Alpha Sailed 3 Sep 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 6th September
Alpha cutter, 37 tons, Robertson master, Cleared Out 3 Sep 1842 - for Launceston. Passengers Mr and Mrs Adams, Mr Buxton, 3 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 6th September
Alpha cutter, 27 tons, Jacobs master, Arrived 9 Sep 1842 - from Western Port. Passengers Mr Loddon with wife and 2 chn, Mr Sullivan with wife and 2 chn, Mr Massie source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 13th September
Alpha cutter, 37 tons, Robertson master, Arrived 6 Oct 1842 - from Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 7th October
Alpha cutter, 27 tons, Bennett master, Arrived 12 Oct 1842 - from Western Port. Passengers Mr Anderson source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 14th October
Alpha cutter, 27 tons, Bennett master, Cleared Out 15 Oct 1842 - for Western Port. Passengers Mr Henderson, Mr Thomas Hyde, Mr John Hyde source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 18th October
Alpha Sailed 5 Nov 1842 for Western Port source Melbourne Times, 12 Nov
Amity brig, 149 tons, Clinch master, Arrived 26 Oct 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Miss Stoves, Mrs Rawson, Mr Gilbert, J Petrie Agent source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 28th October

Andromache

barque (listed in Lloyds 1842 as A556, T New Master, built at Scrbro 1828, owned by Godwin &Co, belongs to London port, travelling Lon to Sydney, has 10 years classed E1)
Arrived 13 Feb 1842 - from London and Plymouth, Passengers Mr and Mrs Williams, Mr and Mrs Baker, Mr and Mrs Cunningham and child, Mr and Mrs T Woolley and family, the Misses Tucker, Mrs New and family, Miss Larkin, Mr Hutton and family, Messrs Martin, Yarbury, Norcott, Herd, Jeffrey, Tucker, Thompson, Lilly, Bogle, Hopkins, and Sanderman, 8 intermediate and 5 steerage. Imports include 2 horses and 2 bull. source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th Feb
Andromache Sailed 11 Mar 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th March
Andromache ship, 468 tons, Butchard master, Cleared Out 12 Mar 1842 - for Sydney finally sailed 14 Mar and arrived at Sydney 24 Mar, with part of original cargo, Passengers Mr Tucker, Miss Tucker, Mr Sandeman, Mrs Woolley and 3 chn, 2 female servants, Miss Larkin, Dr Wootton/Whitton and 3 chn, Captain and Mrs New and 2 chn, Mr Rhode, 13 intermediate and 19 steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th March

Aphrasia

Steamer (not listed in Lloyds 1842)
Vesels at Queen's Wharf source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Aphrasia, steamers. Vessels at the Queens Wharf - source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 19th July

Arkwright

ship 411 tons, Captain Robert Dambryll/Dambrill master, (not listed in Lloyds 1842) (listed in Lloyds 1842 as A940, Danbrille master, 415 tons, built Abrdn 1830, owned by Fynney & , home port Liverp'l, on voyage Liv to Sydney, has 5 years classed A1)
arrived 30 Jan 1842 from Liverpool 26 Oct 1841 source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd Feb with Dr Henry Gordon Comber the Surgeon Superintendent, Cabin passengers John Rostron with wife, child and servant, David H Stonham and wife, John Stephens with wife, son and dau, Miss Tucker, Miss Warburton,
Intermediate Mr F Sayce with wife and 2 chn, John Pascoe with wife and 4 chn, Mr Leckey, Mr McGrattie/McGrottie, Mr S Parker, Mr J Parke/Parker, Miss Parke, Thomas Workington/Worthington,
23 in the Steerage - Mr G and Mrs Nicholson, Mr J and Mrs Hind and infant, Mr W and Mrs Nicholson, Mr R Islage wife and 2 chn, Mr J and Mrs Faux, Mrs Davis, Mary Lakem, Messrs Hardcastle, Bohanah, Fairchild, J Nicholson, Glover, Scougall, Calvart, Caux, Smith, T Nicholson, Butler, Bury and Frayne
Cleared Out 18 Feb 1842 - for Sydney arrived 5 March, with part of original cargo, Passengers Mr and Mrs Hawthore, Mr and Mrs Thomas, Mr and Mrs Roston, child and servant, Mr and Mrs Stoneham, Mr and Mrs Thomas, Mr Grisley, Mr Comber, Mr Hawthorn, Mr Draigley, 15 in Steerage,
Notes on the Surgeon, IGI extracted entry Henry Gordon Comber chr 14 Mar 1820 son of Jane Hellen and William Turner Comber at Saint Giles, Camberwell, London, UK. (IGI submitted entries) Henry Gordon Comber born 17 Feb 1820 Camberwell Surrey UK son of Jane Helen Castleman and William Turner Comber, died 28 Feb 1866 in Reingate, Surrey, continued to Sydney. Wed 29 Mar 1846 to Matilda Chavez in Arica, Chile. Only child Helena COMBER was born 5 Nov 1848 in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. She died 5 May 1869 - from Nicola Barton family tree.

Asia

barque 320 tons, Capt Henry Patterson, (listed in Lloyds 1842 as A976, Richrdsn master, 455 tons, built Whtby 1813, owned by Chapman, home port London, on voyage Lon to Malta, classed E1)
Cleared Out 27 Apr 1842 - for London. Passengers Mr Rolston, Mr James Bennett, with 1325 bales wool, 19 tons bark source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 29th April
Asia Sailed 31 Apr 1842 - for London source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 2nd May

Augustus

arque, 138 tons, Stevens master, (not listed in Lloyds 1842)
Vessels in Hobson's Bay, source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Augustus, barque; News - Vessels in Hobsons Bay - source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 19th July

Belle Creole

barque, 260 tons, Pinchane master, (listed in Lloyds 1842 as B116, Purchase Master, built at Sndrld 1841, owned by P Palmer, belongs to Sndrlnd port, travelling Sld to Mauritis, has 8 years as A1)
Arrived 13 Aug 1842 - from Mauritius. Passengers madame Ledo, Mr and Mrs Buchanan, Messrs Smith, Phillipson, Hemyss, 3 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 16th August
Belle Creole barque, Cleared Out 22 Aug 1842 - for Launceston with part of original cargo. Passengers 2 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 23th August
Belle Creole Sailed 25 Aug 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 26th August

Ben Nevis

barque, 310 tons (listed in Lloyds 1842 as B134, J Nicol Master, 282 tons, built at Tay 1841, owned by J Stewart, belongs to Dundee port, travelling Dun to Sydney, has 6 years as A1)
Arrived 9 Apr 1842 - from Leith on 22 Nov 1841,
experienced very rough weather. Passengers Mr William Fleming and Mrs W Fleming, William Purves and wife, Messrs Gardiner, Cheyne, McEwan, H Calcott, W Calcott, James Lyall / Syell, James and Robert Findlay, and 11 in Steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 12th April
Ben Nevis, Capt John Nichol master, Cleared Out 7 May 1842 - for Auckland, New Zealand. Passengers 21 in Steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 10th May
Ben Nevis Sailed 11 May 1842 - for New Zealand source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 13th May

Benares

barque, 523 tons, Capt James Gilkinson master, (listed in Lloyds 1842 as B136, JGilkison Master, built at Leith 1840, owned by Cree &Co, belongs to Glasgw port, travelling Lth to PPhilip, has 12 years as A1)
arrived 28 Nov 1842 from Greenock 8 Aug 1842 Passengers Cabin Mr and Mrs Gilchrist and 2 servants, Mr and Mrs Crewe with 4 chn and 2 servants, Mr and Mrs Howe, two Misses Olly and 2 servants, two Misses Rankin and three Mr Rankin, George Small, John Gibson, John Watt, J Thompson, S Cunningham, G Lockhart, H Hunter, T Campbell, Alex Sproat
Sailed 28 Dec 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd December

Black Swan

cutter, 30 tons, Ferguson master, (not listed in Lloyds 1842)
Arrived 26 Aug 1842 - from Western Port. Passengers Mrs Bear, Mr Haskell source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 30th August
Black Swan schooner, 30 tons, Ferguson master, Arrived 12 Oct 1842 - from Western Port source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 14th October
Black Swan schooner, 27 tons, Ferguson master, Cleared Out 15 Oct 1842 - for Western Port. Passengers Martin Grace source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 18th October
Black Swan Cleared from Port Phillip 8 Nov 1842 cutter, for Western Port. Passengers Mr Armstrong, Mrs Monday and servant, Mr Dalghush source Melbourne Times, 12 Nov
Black Swan cutter, 25 tons, Ferguson master, Arrived 3 Dec 1842 - from Western Port. Passengers Mrs Hyde and child, Ann Hyde, Messrs Phillips, Smith, JG Foxton Agent source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 6th December
Black Swan cutter, 25 tons, Ferguson master, Cleared Out 9 Dec 1842 - for Western Port. Passengers 4 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 13th December

Bolina

barque 211 tons, Brown master, (not listed in Lloyds 1842)
Arrived 4 Jan 1842 - from London 16 Aug 1841, long list of Imports source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 7th Jan
Bolina barque, 211 tons, Brown master, Cleared Out 18 Feb 1842 - for New Zealand Passengers Captain and Mrs Marr, child and servant, Mrs Brown, Mrs Johnson, Messrs Penner, Gappy, Pierce, McGregor and O'Hagan, 81 in steerage Exports include 50 head cattle source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd Feb

Boujah Maiden

schooners (not listed in Lloyds 1842)
Vesels at Queen's Wharf source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March

Branenmoor

barque, (listed in Lloyds 1842 as B337, W Darnall Master, built at Shields 1816, owned by Hanby&Co, belongs to Stckton port, travelling Stk to London, classed as AE1)
Cleared Out 21 Apr 1842 - for London cargo 1174 bales wool, 18 tons wattle bark. Passengers Mr and Mrs Lucas, Dr and Mrs OHara, Mrs Jennings and servant, Mrs Bear, Captain Lewis, Messrs Barton, Fellingham, Lynch and 9 in Steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 22nd April
Brankenmoor barques Vessels in Hobson's Bay, source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Brankenmoor Sailed 26 Apr 1842 - for London source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 29th April

Breeze

schooner, 29 tons, Jenkins master, (not listed in Lloyds 1842)
Arrived 18 June 1842 - from Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 21st June
Breeze schooner, Cleared Out 25 June 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 28th June
Breeze Sailed 26 June 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 28th June
Breeze schooner, 29 tons, Jenkins master, Arrived 10 Aug 1842 - from Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 12th August
Breeze Sailed 17 Aug 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 19th August
Breeze schooner, 29 tons, W master, Cleared Out 16 Aug 1842 - for Launceston arrived 23 Aug. Passengers Mr and Mrs Clarke, export 50 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 19th August
Breeze schooner, 29 tons, Jenkins master, Arrived 30 Aug 1842 - from Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd September
Breeze schooner, Cleared Out 1 Sep 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd September
Breeze Sailed 2 Sep 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 6th September
Breeze schooner, 29 tons, jenkins master, Arrived 24 Sep 1842 - from Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 27th September
Breeze Sailed 29 Sep 1842 - for Launceston. Launceston Examiner 8 Oct reports arrival on 3 Oct. Passengers William Chissell, John Simmonds, Thomas Schofield source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 30th September
Breeze schooner, 29 tons, Jenkins master, Arrived 14 Oct 1842 - from Launceston. Passengers Mr Chisel. Launceston Examiner 8 Oct reports departure on 1 Oct, source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 18th October
Breeze schooner, 29 tons, Jennings master, Cleared Out 18 Oct 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 21st October
Breeze Sailed 20 Oct 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 21st October
Breeze 20 tons, Jenkins master, Cleared from Launceston 31 Oct 1842 for Port Phillip G and W Fisher Agents. Passengers Mr Archdall source Launceston Examiner 5 Nov 1842
Breeze Sailed 17 Nov 1842 for Launceston source Melbourne Times, Fri 19th November -
Breeze schooner, 29 tons, Jenkins master, Cleared Out 14 Nov 1842 for Launceston. Passengers Captain Heniker, Messrs Bell, Graham, 4 in steerage source Melbourne Times, Fri 19th November -
Breeze schooner, 20 tons, Jenkins master. Cleared from Launceston 22 Nov 1842 for Port Phillip Passengers Jane Stirling, J Millner source Launceston Examiner 23 Nov 1842
Breeze Arrived at Launceston 18 Nov 1842 from Port Phillip schooner, 20 tons, Jenkins master. Passengers Mr Bell, John Williams, Sarah Williams, William Cole, Ann Cole. source Launceston Examiner 23 Nov 1842
Breeze Sailed 4 Dec 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 6th December
Breeze schooner,for Launceston. Cleared Out 2 Dec 1842 - Passengers 1 in steerage. Launceston Examiner for 14 Dec has arrival 12 Dec - lists Peter Connor source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 6th December
Breeze arrived Launceston 12 Dec from Port Phillip, 20 tons, Jennings master, passenger Peter Connor source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 9th December
Breeze schooner, 29 tons, Jenkins master, Arrived 28 Dec 1842 - from Launceston. Passengers 3 in steerage. Launceston Examiner for 21 Dec has departure 19 Dec - lists Peter Connor, Michael Kenny, James Tallon source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 30th December

Britannia

barque, 379 tons, Capt D Gellatley master, (listed in Lloyds 1842 as B401, Gellately Master, built at Arbrth 1842, owned by A Stephen, belongs to Arbrth port, travelling Dun to P Philip, has 7 years as A1)
Arrived 10 Dec 1842 - from Leith. Passengers Mrs Ballinall and 2 sons and 2 daus, 2 Misses Wilkinson and servant, Messrs George Wilkie, JS McCombie, Maconochie, John Wright Surgeon, 12 in steerage, another list included Mrs Henderson and 5 chn, Miss Beverage, Mrs Sinclair with child and servant, Peter Sinclair, Andrew Beverage, J Stewart, Mr A Andrew, Mr and Mrs A Archer and servant. Imports include Henry Bell - piano and stool; Thomas McCombre - 1 cask seed, 4 packages alcohol; GS Lang - 1 box apparel, source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 13th December
Britannia Barque, Cleared Out 28 Dec 1842 - for Sydney with part of original cargo. Passengers Miss Wilkinson and sister, Miss Arbuckle, Mr JS Machoniche, John Wright, Robert Tucker, Briscoe Ray, 7 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 30th December

Bull

Swedish Brig, (not listed in Lloyds 1842)
Arrived 5 May 1842 - from Stockholm via Adelaide. Passengers Mr McNish, source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 6th May
Bull brig, Cleared Out 6 June 1842 - for Sydney, with part of original cargo. Passengers Mrs Brady, Captain Osborne, Messrs Rutter, Ferguson, McNish, King, Pitch, Levy, Brown source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 7th June
Bull Sailed 11 June 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 10th June

Summary notes on Vessels by name - Abeona, Caledonia, Eagle, Harlequin, Maguasha, Sally Ann, Tamar,

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