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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 25 vessels listed on this page
Lloyds Register of Shipping recorded in 1842, includes ten.

Eagle

schooner 108 tons, Kind master,
Arrived 20 Jan 1842 - from Circular Head, Passengers Edward Curr, Esq. Imports 19 horses, 4 bulls, 1000 broad paling source Port Phillip Herald - Tues 25th Jan
Eagle Sailed 5 Feb 1842 - for Circular Head source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 8th Feb
Eagle barque, 438 tons, Buckley master, Arrived 5 Mar 1842 - from London, Passengers F Cattan Esq., and Lady, Belcher Esq., lady and family (is he Joseph William Belcher 1784-1865 who returned 1852 to Ireland), Dr Power, Lady and family, Miss S and MA Thomas, Messrs Lavie, Fleming, Philpot, Lang, Thomas, French, Belcher, Ramsden, Wrede, McLargan, Mr and Mrs Howe, and 6 in Steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 8th March
Eagle schooer, 108 tons, Kind master, Arrived 14 Mar 1842 - from Circular Heads, Passengers E Curr Esq., lady and family, J Milligan, Esq., Messrs J and E Curran, F Rushton, source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th March
Eagle barques Vessels in Hobson's Bay, source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Eagle Schooners Vessels in Hobson's Bay, source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Eagle barque, Cleared Out 23 Mar 1842 - for Sydney, with part of original cargo source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 25th March
Eagle Sailed Sat 26 Mar 1842 - source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 29th March
Eagle Kind master, Arrived 11 Nov 1842 from Circular Head. Passengers Messrs W and S Gibson, TH Power Agent source Melbourne Times, 12 Nov
Eagle schooner, 188 tons, Kind master, Cleared Out 15 Nov 1842 for Sydney with original cargo source Melbourne Times, Fri 19th November -
Eagle Sailed 17 Nov 1842 for Circular head source Melbourne Times, Fri 19th November -
Eagle schooner, tons, master, Arrived 15 Dec 1842 - from Circular Head, Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 16th December
Eagle schooner, Cleared Out 21 Dec 1842 - for Sydney. Passengers Mr Gobson, Mr Cannon source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 23th December
Eagle Sailed 25 Dec 1842 - for Circular Head source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 27th December

Earl of Durham

barque, 462 tons, Tindall master,
See - Bounty Immigrants for details of these passengers
Arrived 18 June 1842 - from London on 10 Feb 1842. Passengers Messrs Horner, Ricardo, Maide, Wallis, 2 Intermediate, and 110 Government immigrants, and 70 for Sydney, under superintendence of Doctor John Yates Rutter source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 21st June
Earl of Durham barque, Cleared Out 5 July 1842 - for Sydney with part of original cargo, Passengers John Rutter, surgeon, Mrs Rutter, Captain Gordon, Messrs Horner, Wallace, McDiarmid, Beames, Rutter, 2 in Intermediate and 71 immigrants source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 5th July
Earl of Durham Sailed 5 July 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 8th July

Eleanor

brig, 253 tons, Mossman master,
Arrived 12 Mar 1842 - from Columbo and Mauritius source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th March
Eleanor Brigs Vessels in Hobson's Bay, source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Eleanor Sailed 23 Mar 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 25th March

Ellen

barque, 390 tons, Wilson master,
Arrived at Port Phillip 7 Nov 1842 from Glasgow on 26 July, and Cape of Good Hope 28 Sep. Passengers Miss M Cashmore, Miss McAcre, Miss Hunter, Mrs Grahame, Rev Alexander McKenzie and 3 chn, Dr Ritchie, Messrs Harper, Stewart, Grahame, Scott, Street and 17 in Steerage source Melbourne Times, 12 Nov

Ellen and Elizabeth

schooner, 38 tons, Roberts master,
Sailed 8 Jan 1842 - for Portland Bay. Passenger Mr Lickhart, 23 civilians, 1 corporal and 1 private in the steerage. Exports include 1 cask sheep wash, source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 11th Jan
Ellen and Elizabeth T^from Portland Bay Arrived 27 Jan 1842 - source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 28st Jan
Ellen and Elizabeth schooner, 40 tons, Roberts master, Arrived 26 Feb 1842 - from Portland Bay, Passengers Mr Jones and 4 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tues 1st March
Ellen and Elizabeth Sailed 13 Mar 1842 - for Portland source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th March
Ellen and Elizabeth schooner, 38 tons, Roberts master, Cleared Out 12 Mar 1842 - for Portland Bay, Passengers Dr Martin and lady, 8 in Steerage and 48 bounty immigrants source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th March
Ellen and Elizabeth schooner, 38 tons, Murray master, Arrived 23 Mar 1842 - from Portland Bay, in ballast, Passengers Mr J Eastworth and wife, Mr H Lisson, Mrs Heathcote source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 25th March
Ellen and Elizabeth schooner, Cleared Out 14 July 1842 - for Launceston, export 7 bales wool source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 15th July
Ellen and Elizabeth Sailed 16 July 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 19th July
Ellen and Elizabeth schooner, 38 tons, Warcus master, Arrived 10 Aug 1842 - from Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 12th August

Emancipation

schooner, 132 tons, Winter master,
Arrived 10 Feb 1842 - from London Sep 13, and Cape of Good Hope, with sundries, Passengers Mrs Winter and Mr Jones source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 11th Feb
Emancipation Sailed 14 Mar 1842 - for Singapore source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th March
Emancipation schooner, 112 tons, Winter master, Cleared Out 12 Mar 1842 - for Singapore, Passengers Mr Craig, Mrs Winter source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th March
Emancipation schooner, 112 tons, Winter master, Arrived 6 July 1842 - from Singapore. Passengers Mrs Winter source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 8th July
Emancipation , schooner Vessels at the Queens Wharf - source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 19th July
Emancipation just arrived For sale, the from Singapore, at Queens Wharf source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 26th July
Emancipation schooner, Cleared Out 12 Aug 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 12th August
Emancipation schooner, 112 tons, Winter master, Arrived 24 Sep 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mrs Winter, Mrs Haley source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 27th September
Emancipation Sailed 4 Oct 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 7th October
Emancipation schooner, 112 tons, Winter master, Arrived 26 Oct 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mrs Winter source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 28th October
Emancipation Sailed 28 Nov 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd December
Emancipation schooner, 112 tons, Winter master, Arrived 28 Dec 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mrs Winter, Mr Hodgson source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 30th December

Emma

brig 135 tons, Spence master,
Arrived 5 Jan 1842 - from Adelaide for Sydney, put in here through stress of weather. Passengers Mrs Beardon, Mrs Spence, six civilians, 17 prisoners, 5 military and 3 constables in the steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 7th Jan
Emma brig, Arrived 14 Mar 1842 - from Adelaide source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Emma brig, 121 tons, Sproul master, Arrived 21 Mar 1842 - from Adelaide, Passengers Messrs Murray, Campbell, Dutton, Kinchella, Smith, Sturt, Ross, Lockhead, Newton, Samuel, Winter, Ruckland, Hunt, Ferguson, Reardon, Campbell, Lieut Sweeterham and Mrs Reardon, 26 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 25th March
Emma Sailed 27 Mar 1842 - source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 29th March
Emma brig, Cleared Out 26 Mar 1842 - for Sydney with part of original cargo. Passengers Mwssrs Kinchella, Sturt, Sweatman, Ross, Samuel, Senchead, Manning, Newton, Dutton, Edwards, 16 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 29th March
Emma, Brigs Vessels in Hobson's Bay, source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March

Enmore


Sailed 3 Feb 1842 - for London source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 4th Feb

Enterprise

schooners
Vesels at Queen's Wharf source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Enterprise, Schooners News - Vessels in Hobsons Bay - source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 19th July

Essington


Sailed 8 Jan 1842 from Launceston - schooner 123 tons, Dutton master, for Port Fairy, Passengers A Campbell, Esq source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 11th Jan
Essington schooner, 123 tons, Dutton master, Arrived 29 Mar 1842 at Launceston from Portland Bay, Passengers William Taylor with wife and 3 chn, James Patten, B Black, Thomas Bryon, Thomas Frazer, Mr William McDowell. Cargo 10 bales wool, 25 head cattle source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 29th March
Essington sailed 4 Apr 1842 for Portland Bay schooner, 123 tons, Tullock master,, Passengers J Cox Esq, Mr Tullock, William Walker, Jane Walker, John Williams, George Tomlinson, H Brown, Robert Sydenham, Sam Peders, Thomas Bird, D Venson, W Williams, Robert Wossack, John Dimscombe, Wm Tyver, Samuel Peathers (Source Launceston Examiner 8 Apr 1842),
Essington arrived Launceston 5 May 1842 from Portland Bay schooner, 123 tons, Dutton master, , Passengers John McLean, Henry Gibbs, three natives (prisoners) (Source Launceston Examiner 7 May 1842),
Essington sailed 11 May 1842 for Portland Bay, schooner, 123 tons, Tullock master, Passengers Mrs Tyler and child, John Boyce with wife and child, J Gladwell, G Pyle, G Buxton, WF Milne, Mrs Taylor, Samuel Sutton, James Reid, Henry Price, P Smith, John Knevilles, Robert Mayher with wife and 2 chn (Source Launceston Examiner 14 May 1842),
Essington arrived 1 June 1842 from Port Fairy, schooner, 123 tons, Tullock master, Passengers Mr J Cox, Mr Purbeck, W Kelly, J Smith with wife and child, J Williams, J Chapman, C Fearbottom, A Dunbar Source Launceston Examiner 4 June 1842,
Essington schooner, 123 tons, Dutton master, Source Launceston Examiner 11 June 1842, sailed 7 June 1842 for Portland Bay, Passengers Mrs Trangmere, Mr Kibble, Mrs Crouch, John Fleming, James Fuller, John Ball, Charles Munden, J Furroway source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 7th June
Essington schooner, 123 tons, Tullock master, (Source Launceston Examiner 27 Aug 1842), arrived 25 Aug 1842 from Portland Bay, Passengers Mr Campbell, Mr Trangmore, Mr Clarke source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 26th August
Essington schooner, 123 tons, Tullock master, (Source Launceston Examiner 3 Sep 1842), sailed 31 Aug 1842 for Portland Bay, Passengers Mr James Tetley, Mrs Julian Gardiner source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 6th September
Essington schooner, 123 tons, Tullock master, Cleared from Launceston 14 Nov 1842 for Portland Bay J Griffiths Agent. Passengers Mr and Mrs Cox and 2 chn, Mr Wallis, William Vair, James Welsh, George McNamara, Joseph Harding, D Kains, George Board, Samuel Harrison, Patrick Walling, Joseph Twist, Margaret Cox, William Bird, James Harding, Peter Condell, Patrick Cain source Launceston Examiner 16 Nov 1842
Essington has departure 27 Dec of the for Portland Bay. Passengers Mrs Tullock source Launceston Examiner

Fair Barbadian

schooner, 139 tons, Wolfe master,
Arrived 24 Sep 1842 - from Batavia source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 27th September
Fair Barbadian Sailed 25 Sep 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 27th September

Fairlee

barque 755 tons, Garrett master,
Sailed 12 Jan 1842 - for Calcutta with part of original cargo. Passengers Colonel Woodhouse, Lieut Lake, Dr Jennings, 3 privates, 2 women, 50th regiment source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 14th Jan
Fairlie ship, 755 tons, Garrett master, Arrived 9 Jan 1842 - from Sydney, for Calcutta. Passengers Colonel Woodhouse, Lieut Lake, Dr Jennings, 3 privates and 2 women in the Steerage, 50th regiment source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 11th Jan

Fairy Queen

Steamers
Vesels at Queen's Wharf source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March

Falcon

schooner, 49 tons, Cooper master,
Arrived 12 Oct 1842 - from Sydney via Port Albert. Passengers 3 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 14th October
Falcon Reported 12 Nov, arrived 11 Nov 1842 at Sydney from Port Phillip schooner, 49 tons, Cooper master, pas Mr Dickens, Mr Graham, Mr Almond source Australiasian Chronicle, Sydney

Flying Squirel

schooner, 87 tons, Clinch master,
Cleared 17 Jan 1842 - for Hobart, Passengers Mrs Clinch and 2 chn, Mrs Gilbert, Miss Storey, Mrs Wigmore and 5 chn, Messrs Synott and Roberts, 4 in Steerage. Exports 200 sheep, 60 bullock hides, 1 case glassware source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 19th Jan
Flying Squirel Sailed 19 Jan 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 21st Jan
Flying Squirel Clinch master, Arrived 13 Feb 1842 - from Hobart, Passengers Messrs Synott and Fornley. During the passage Mr Goodfellow the chief officer, fell dead on the deck. source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th Feb
Flying Squirel schooner, 87 tons, Clinch master, Cleared Out 22 Feb 1842 - for Hobart, 9 in steerage. Exports include 12 bags potatoes, 3 bales wool, 200 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 25th Feb
Flying Squirel Arrived 14 Mar 1842 - from Hobart, Passengers Mr Paton source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th March
Flying Squirel schooners Vesels at Queen's Wharf source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Flying Squirel Sailed 24 Mar 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 25th March
Flying Squirel 87 tons, Clinch master, Cleared Out 23 Mar 1842 - for Hobart, Passengers Mrs Capper, Mrs Hurst, Mrs Wright and child, Mr Minsworth, Mosley, Risely source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 25th March
Flying Squirrel schooner 87 tons, Clinch master, Arrived 9 Jan 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mrs Clinch and 2 chn, 4 in the steerage. Imports timber, shingles, 20 cases lemon syrup, 50 bags maize. source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 11th Jan
Flying Squirrel schooner, 86 tons, master, Arrived 1 May 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mr and Mrs Mitchell, Mrs Roberts and 2 chn, Mrs Wright and chn, Mrs Weatherly, Captain Marr, Mr Capper and son, Mr Bruddock, Miss Clark, Mr Meason source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 2nd May
Flying Squirrel schooner, Cleared Out 14 May 1842 - for Mr Hunt, Miss Burke, Mrs Silke and child, Messrs Dawson, Williams, Thompson source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 17th May
Flying Squirrel Sailed 15 May 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 17th May
Flying Squirrel Schooner, 87 tons, master, Arrived 15 June 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mrs Wright and child, Mrs Marr, Messrs Scales, Dawson, Stewart, Williams source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 17th June
Flying Squirrel brigantine, Cleared Out 23 June 1842 - for Hobart. Passengers Mr and Mrs Melbourne and 4 chn, Miss Dickson/Dickinson, Mr and Mrs Richardson and child, Messrs Short, Muston junior, Skinner source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 24th June
Flying Squirrel Sailed 24 June 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 28th June
Flying Squirrel schooner, 87 tons, Clinch master, Arrived 20 July 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Messrs Lipscombe, Perry source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 22th July
Flying Squirrel schooner, Cleared Out 29 July 1842 - for Hobart. Passengers Mrs Bennett, Miss Fitzherbert, Messrs Perry, Lipscombe, Lewis, 12 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 2nd August
Flying Squirrel Sailed 31 July 1842 - for Hobart, Thomas Lord for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 2nd August
Flying Squirrel schooner, 87 tons, Clinch master, Arrived 1 Sep 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mrs Robins and 3 chn, master, Gilbert, Messrs Moody, Tilley source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd September
Flying Squirrel Sailed 11 Sep 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 13th September
Flying Squirrel schooner, tons, C master, Cleared Out 10 Sep 1842 - for Hobart. Passengers Mrs Wilkinson and 5 chn, Mrs McGowan, Miss Kitson, Mrs McConnell and 3 chn, Mr Hamilton, Mr Fryett, Mr Wiseman, Mr Fyallee, 5 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 13th September
Flying Squirrel schooner, 87 tons, Clinch master, Arrived 13 Oct 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Miss Frost, Messrs Willis, Cook, Hiscock, Morgan, Grass, Jones, Thompson, Furlonge source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 14th October
Flying Squirrel Sailed 23 Oct 1842 - for Hobart, exports include 200 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 25th October
Flying Squirrel schooner, 87 tons, Clinch master, Cleared Out 22 Oct 1842 - for Hobart. Passengers Miss patterson, Messrs Brown, Furlong, Mezger, Bissell, Willias, 6 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 25th October
Flying Squirrel schooner, Cleared Out 3 Dec 1842 - for George Town. Passengers Mrs Price, 4 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 6th December
Flying Squirrel Sailed 7 Dec 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 9th December

Fortitude

cutter, Stephenson master,
Cleared Out 12 Feb 1842 - for Hobart, Passengers Mr McCracken Exports 83 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th Feb
Fortitude cutter, 26 tons, McCracken master, Arrived 23 Apr 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mrs McCracken and 7 chn, Mrs Lemon and child source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 26th April
Fortitude cutter, Cleared out 29 Apr 1842 - for Hobart. Passengers Mrs Rice and 5 chn, Mr Lacy source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 2nd May

Fox

brig, 163 tons, Irving master,
Arrived 24 June 1842 - from Launceston. Passengers Mrs Irving, Mr R Daniels source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 28th June
Fox brig, Cleared Out 28 June 1842 - for Launceston. Passengers Mrs Irving, Mr Daniells source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 1st July
Fox Sailed 5 July 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 5th July
Fox brig, Cleared Out 28 July 1842 - for Launceston in ballast. Passengers Mrs Irving, John Carter, exports 300 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 29th July
Fox Sailed 30 July 1842 from Launceston for Portland Bay, Dusty Miller , Corsair , source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 2nd August
Fox brig, 163 tons, Irvine master, Arrived 30 Nov 1842 - from Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd December
Fox on her voyage from Launceston was compelled to put into this port to refit, having lost her top-gallant mast, jib-boom and sails. source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 9th December
Fox Sailed 25 Dec 1842 - for Portland Bay source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 27th December
Fox brig, Cleared Out 23 Dec 1842 - for Portland Bay in ballast. Passengers Mrs Irvine, Mr Osborne source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 27th December

Frances


Sailed Sat 1 Jan 1842 - for the East Indies source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 4th Jan

Gilmore


Sailed 20 Jan 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 21st Jan
Gilmore barque, 500 tons, Maw master, Cleared Out 18 Jan 1842 - for Sydney, in ballast, Passengers Messrs Abbott, Scott, Greenwood, Fenwick and Hume, 10 in Steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 21st Jan

Glenswilly

barque, 632 tons, McNeil master,
Arrived 13 Dec 1842 - from London. Passengers Miss Blot, Miss Halms, 2 Misses Kaine, Col Kenny and 3 chn, Captain Dunbar and 2 chn, Mr and Mrs Nicholson, Mrs and Miss Gallie, Mr R Parnell, Mr M Parnell, Mr Moore, Newton Sen, Newton jun, Mr Hurst, Mr Dunbar, 9 Intermediate and 12 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 16th December

Governor Arthur

Steamers
Vesels at Queen's Wharf source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Governor Arthur steamers. Vessels at the Queens Wharf - source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 19th July

Guiana

barque, 263 tons, Bauman master,
Cleared Out 30 Aug 1842 - for Adelaide, with part of original cargo source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd September
Guiana Sailed 31 Aug 1842 - for Adelaide source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd September

Guinnes

barque, tons, Bauman master,
Arrived 17 Aug 1842 - from Singapore and Adelaide. Passengers Skene Craig Esq., Captain Symes, 3 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 19th August

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

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