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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.

Tamar

schooner, 117 tons, Martyr master,
Arrived 4 Aug 1842 - from Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 9th August
Tamar Sailed 13 Aug 1842 - for Geelong and Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 16th August
Tamar schooner, 117 tons, Martyr master, Cleared Out 12 Aug 1842 - for Launceston arrived 23 Aug. Passengers Captain Bell, Mr James Murphy, Roadknight, Field, Field, J Gould, J Perry, J Harcus, N Collins, J Surplus, O Silverlock source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 16th August
Tamar schooner, 117 tons, Bell master, Arrived 1 Sep 1842 - from Launceston. Passengers Messrs McDowell, Turnbull, McMillan, imports include hay, 337 bags wheat, 1 horse source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd September
Tamar Sailed 4 Sep 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 6th September
Tamar schooner, 117 tons, Bell master, Arrived 14 Nov 1842 from Launceston. Passengers Mrs and Miss Walker, Mr Drake, 5 in Steerge source Melbourne Times, Fri 19th November -
Tamar schooner, Cleared Out 17 Nov 1842 for Launceston. Passengers Rev Mr McKenzie and 3 chn, Mr and Mrs JH Patterson, Miss Hunter, Miss McEachern, Mr John McKenzie, Mr Cook source Melbourne Times, Fri 19th November -
Tamar Arrived at Launceston 21 Nov 1842 from Port Phillip brig, 117 tons, Bell master. Passengers Mr Cook, Miss M Eacltorn, Mr and Mrs Patterson, Rev Mr McKenzie and 3 chn, Miss Hunter, Mr McKenzie source Launceston Examiner 23 Nov 1842
Tamar 117 tons, Volum master. Cleared from Launceston 28 Nov 1842 for Port Phillip Passengers Mrs Bell, Morgan Price source Launceston Examiner 30 Nov 1842
Tamar schooner, 117 tons, Bell master, Arrived 5 Dec 1842 - from Launcestan. Passengers Mr John Pearson, 1 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 6th December
Tamar arrived Launceston 13 Dec from Port Phillip, schooner, Bell master,passengers Mr Woolley, Mr Kirk, Mrs Grainger and child, Mr Allan, W Davies, Thomas Smith source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 9th December
Tamar schooner, 117 tons, Bell master, Cleared Out 9 Dec 1842 - for Launceston. Passengers Mrs Grainger and child, Messrs Woolley, Kirk, 2 in steerage. Launceston Examiner for 14 Dec has arrival 13 Dec - lists Mr Woolley, Mr Kirk, Mrs Grainger and child, Mr Allan, W Davies, Thomas Smith source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 13th December

Thetis

barque, 460 tons, Cass master,
Arrived 18 Feb 1842 - from London and Cork, Passengers Mr and Mrs Quinan and chn, Messrs Galway, Canney and Underwood, Intermediate George, Anne and infant Robert Sulivan, 230 Bounty immigrants under superintendence of Dr Murray
See Bounty Immigrants source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd Feb
Thetis Sailed 21 Mar 1842 - for Bombay source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Thetis barque 460 tons, Cass master, Cleared Out 18 Mar 1842 - for Bombay, Passengers Dr Murray, Exports 130 lbs tobaco source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March

Thomas

Cutter
Vessel at Queen's Wharf source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March

Thomas Hughes

barque, 310 tons, Captain Thomas Butler master,
Arrived 25 Dec 1842 - from Liverpool. Passengers Miss Buckley, Mrs Butler, JP Coleburgh, Dr Vaughan, Intermediate Capt Bramwell, Rev C Coghlan, Messrs Roald, Gordon, Horncastle, Pickering, Breby, Day, Walker, 18 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 27th December

Thomas Lord

brig,
Arrived 19 May 1842 - from Sydney. Passengers Mr and Mrs Langland, Mrs and Miss Kelly, Miss Haward source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 20th May
Thomas Lord schooner, Cleared Out 30 May 1842 - for Sydney. Passengers Messrs King, Robertson, 2 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 31st May
Thomas Lord Sailed 5 June 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 3rd June
Thomas Lord schooner, 70 tons, Jones master, Arrived 21 July 1842 - from Sydney. Passengers Mr and Mrs Mackay, Messrs G Hull, W Hull, 8 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 22th July
Thomas Lord schooner, Cleared Out 30 July 1842 - for Sydney. Passengers Messrs Hall, Manifold, Kirk, ONeil, 6 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 2nd August
Thomas Lord schooner, 70 tons, Brown master, Arrived 24 Sep 1842 - from Sydney. Passengers Mr Simpson, Mr Abrahams source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 27th September
Thomas Lord schooner, Cleared Out 29 Sep 1842 - for Sydney. Passengers 3 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 30th September
Thomas Lord Sailed 30 Sep 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 4th October

Timbo


Sailed 21 Jan 1842 - for New Zealand. Exports 100 sheep, 22 head cattle, sundries source Port Phillip Herald - Tues 25th Jan
Timbo schooner, 123 tons, Bently master, Cleared Out 21 Jan 1842 - for Bay of Islands and Auckland, Passengers Mr and Mrs Lilly and child, Mr TH Vaughan and 35 in Steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tues 25th Jan
Timbo schooner, 123 tons, Bently master, Arrived 17 Apr 1842 - from Newcastle and Sydney. Passengers Mr and Mrs Vaughan, Mrs Bently source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 19th April
Timbo Sailed 5 May 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 6th May
Timbo schooner, Cleared Out 4 May 1842 - for Sydney. Passengers Mrs Bentley, Mrs Barrett and 2 chn, Mr Mien, 13 in Steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 6th May
Timbo schooner, 123 tons, Bentley master, Arrived 7 June 1842 - from Newcastle with 145 tons coals source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 10th June
Timbo schooner, Cleared Out 17 June 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 21st June
Timbo Sailed 18 June 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 21st June
Timbo schooner, 123 tons, Bentley master, Arrived 6 Aug 1842 - from Sydney. Passengers Mrss Bentley, Messrs Robins, Kilburn, Ryrie, Clarke, 7 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 9th August
Timbo Sailed 28 Aug 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 30th August
Timbo schooner, tons, Bentley master, Cleared Out 27 Aug 1842 - for Sydney. Passengers Mr and Mrs Vaughan, Messrs Turnet, Dunn, 7 in steerage, 12 prisoners of the crowm, 1 constable and 3 soldiers source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 30th August
Timbo Sailed 10 Dec 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 13th December
Timbo schooner, 123 tons, Bowden master, Cleared Out 10 Dec 1842 - for Hobart via Geelong. Passengers Mr and Mrs Vaughan source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 13th December
Timbo Sailed 14 Dec 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 16th December

Tintern

brig, 263 tons, Oldis master,
Arrived 24 Sep 1842 - from Hobart. Passengers Mr and Mrs Goldie, Mr Brown, Mr Officer, Mr Merger, Mr Roadknight, 1 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 27th September
Tintern Sailed 29 Sep 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 30th September
Truganina schooner, 61 tons, Griffiths master, Arrived 24 Aug 1842 - from Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 26th August

Truganina


Sailed 1 Sep 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd September
Truganina schooner, 61 tons, Griffiths master, Cleared Out 30 Aug 1842 - for Hobart, Passengers Mr Smith, Mr Curran, exports 10 bags flour, 150 sheep, 28 burr stones, 2 coils rope source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd September
Truganina schooner, 52 tons, Griffiths master, Arrived 29 Sep 1842 - from Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 30th September
Truganina schooner, 62 tons, Griffiths master, Cleared Out 5 Oct 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 7th October
Truganina Sailed 8 Oct 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 11th October
Truganina schooner, Arrived 19 Nov 1842 from Hobart. Passengers Mr Strachan, Mr Harper source Melbourne Times, Fri 19th November -
Truganina on her voyage from this port to Hobart was totally lost off Lady's Bay on the night of 25 Nov, crew and Passengers asaved. source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 9th December

Tuscan

barque, 181 tons, F Ormand master,
Arrived 28 Sep 1842 - from London 19 May. Passengers Cabin Mr Kampf, others for New Zealand, Miss Newman, Messrs Burton, Babers (Sen and Jun), Diley (Sen and Jun), Atkin, Hotchkin; Intermediate Mrs Matthews and 2 sons, Messrs Norman, Hamilton, Hobson, Ashworth, Pindley, Hayward source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 30th September
Tuscan Sailed 8 Oct 1842 - for New Zealand source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 11th October
Tuscan barque, 180 tons, Ormond master, Cleared Out 7 Oct 1842 - for New Zealand with original cargo and the same Passengers as arrived, except Mr Kampff source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 11th October
Tuscan Barque, 180 tons, Ormond master, Arrived 5 Dec 1842 - from New Zealand. Passengers Mrs, Miss and 3 Masters Osmond, Messrs Wellman, Telford, Hotchkin, 12 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 6th December

Two Sisters

barque, 401 tons, Captain James McNair master,
Arrived 5 Apr 1842 - from Liverpool for Sydney and Port Nicholson, sailed 26 Oct 1841. Passengers Mr and Mrs Roston, Messrs Holdforth, Burton, Dunlop, Salsbury, Palmer, Phillips, Cullen, Ormond, Summer; Mr Adams, Surgeon; 5 in Steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 8th April
Two Sisters barque, Cleared Out 11 May 1842 - for Sydney, with part of original cargo. Passengers Mrs Bourne, Dr Adams, Dr Mackay, Messrs Holdforth, Barton, Salisbury, Gunn, Holloway source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 13th May
Two Sisters Sailed 15 May 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 17th May

Union

brig, 155 tons, Grainger master,
Arrived 14 Sep 1842 - from Sydney via Newcastle, imports 200 tons coal source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 16th September
Union brig, 155 tons, Grainger master, Cleared Out 27 Sep 1842 - for Launceston via Geelong, exports 300 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 30th September
Union Sailed 28 Sep 1842 - for Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 30th September
Union brig, Grainger master, Arrived 17 Nov 1842 from Newcastle, with coal source Melbourne Times, Fri 19th November -
Union Sailed 26 Dec 1842 - for New Zealand source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 27th December
Union brig, Cleared Out 23 Dec 1842 - for New Zealand. Passengers Dr Munro, Mr Stafford, 4 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 27th December

Vesper

brig, 212 tons, Yeates master,
Arrived 26 June 1842 - from Sydney. Passengers Robert Deane Esq., 1 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 28th June
Vesper brig, Cleared Out 15 Sep 1842 - for Valparaiso via Launceston. Passengers Mr and Mrs Blanchard, 3 chn and servant, export 253 bags bran source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 16th September
Vesper Sailed 16 Sep 1842 - for Valparaiso. Launceston Examiner 1 Oct reports arrival on 24 Sep, at Launceston source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 20th September
Vesper Brig News - Vessels in Hobsons Bay - source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 19th July

Vesta

Steamer
News - Vessels in Hobsons Bay - source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 19th July

Wallace


Sailed Sun 2 Jan 1842 - for India source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 4th Jan

Wanderer

yacht, 180 tons,
Arrived 11 June 1842 - from England and Cape of Good Hope with Mr Boyd, who owns the steamers Seahorse and Juno. Mr Brierly, Maritine Artist, is a passenger. source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 14th June
Wanderer Sailed 5 July 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 12th July

Ward Chipman

ship, 740 tons, Bilton master,
Cleared Out 3 Feb 1842 - for Bombay, in ballast source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 4th Feb
Ward Chipman ship, 740 tons, Bilton master, Cleared Out 5 Feb 1842 - for Bombay, in ballast source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 8th Feb

Warlock

brigantine, Captain Sullivan master,
Reported 10 Nov, cleared out from Sydney on 8 Nov for Port Phillip pas Hon Mr Murray, Mr Horne, Lieut Bythrea, 80th Regiment, Mr Marzetti and 3 in steerage source Australiasian Chronicle, Sydney
Warlock brigantine, 101 tons, Sullivan master, Arrived 17 Nov 1842 from Sydney. Passengers Hon JE Murray, Mr AC Marzetti, 4 in steerage source Melbourne Times, Fri 19th November -

Water Witch

schooner 100 tons, Talbert master,
Cleared Out 19 Jan 1842 - for Hobart, Passengers Messrs Crawford, Dunlop and Dr Dougall, 19 in Steerage, Export 20 bullocks source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 21st Jan
Water Witch schooner, Talbert master, Arrived 13 Feb 1842 - from Hobart, no passengers source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th Feb
Water Witch schooner, 100 tons, Talbert master, Cleared Out 1 Mar 1842 - for Auckland, New Zealand, Exports 25 baskets tobacco (original cargo), 200 bushels wheat, 50 bullocks, 5 tons hay source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 4th March
Water Witch Sailed 6 Mar 1842 - for Port Albert source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 8th March

Welcome

barque 293 tons, Morris master,
Arrived 25 Feb 1842 - from Greenock, Passengers Rev Mr Peter Gunn, Messrs Pullar and Gunn source Port Phillip Herald - Tues 1st March
Welcome barques Vessels in Hobson's Bay, source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
Welcome barque, 203 tons, Morris master, Cleared Out 22 Mar 1842 - for Adelaide, with part of original cargo, name ? and 3 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 25th March
Welcome Sailed 24 Mar 1842 - for Adelaide source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 25th March

Westbrook

ship,
Arrived 4 Aug 1842 - from Liverpool on 5 April, called at Island of ST Jago. Passengers Mrs and master, Linnington, source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 5th August
Westbrook Sailed 31 Aug 1842 - for Sydney source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd September
Westbrook barque, 265 tons, Linnington master, Cleared Out 30 Aug 1842 - for Sydney. Passengers Miss Eyre, Rev Mr Wilkinson with wife and 2 chn and servant, Rev Mr Hurst with wife, child and servant, Rev Mr Puckfield, Mr Wilmott, with part of original cargo source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 2nd September

Widgeon

brig, Hapes master,
Arrived 13 Feb 1842 - from London via Hobart, Passengers Miss Wright, Miss A and H Code, Messrs Cade and Fullingham, one in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th Feb
Widgeon barque, 280 tons, Capes master, Cleared Out 5 Mar 1842 - for Singapore, in ballast, Exports 127 bags potatoes source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 8th March

Will Watch

schooner, Harding master,
Sailed 12 Jan 1842 - for Launceston in ballast. Passengers Messrs Carter and Barton, 4 in the steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 14th Jan
Will Watch Sailed 19 Jan 1842 - for Hobart source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 21st Jan
Will Watch Sailed 11 Mar 1842 from Launceston 63 tons, Harding master, for Portland Bay, Passengers Mr and Mrs Claridge, Miss Robertson, Mr and Mrs Burton, Charles Taylor, Robert Grieve and child, Henry Burton source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 15th March
Will Watch schooner, 63 tons, Harding master, Arrived 28 Mar 1842 at Launceston from Portland Bay, Passengers Mr McDowell, Mr Talloch, Mr Arbuckle, Mary McDurmore. Cargo 26 bales wool, 100 sheep source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 29th March
Will Watch schooner, 63 tons, THarding master, Source Launceston Examiner 4 June 1842, , Passengers Captain and Mrs Irving, Mr Champays, Charles Collins, Henry Davies, Jem and Tom (natives), John Williams, John penton, William Butcher Source Launceston Examiner 4 June 1842,
Will Watch schooner, 63 tons, Harding master, Source Launceston Examiner 11 June 1842, sailed 9 June 1842 for Port Phillip, passenger F Jones Esq source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 7th June
Will Watch Arrived at Launceston 9 Nov 1842 from Port Phillip schooner, 63 tons, Harding master, with 213 sheep, 6 bales wool source Launceston Examiner 9 Nov 1842
Will Watch schooner, 63 tons, Harding master. Cleared from Launceston 16 Nov 1842 for Portland Bay Passengers G Henty source Launceston Examiner 16 Nov 1842
Will Watch Arrived at Launceston 12 Dec 1842 from Portland Bay schooner, 63 tons, Harding master. Passengers Thomas Ricketts Esq, Capt Sanders, Mr E Symmonds, and the crew of the Dusty Miller, John Cullin, Thomas Barrowcase, Joseph Strick source Launceston Examiner 7 Dec 1842
Will Watch arrived Launceston 12 Dec from Port Phillip, schooner, 62 tons, Harding master, passengers Thomas Rickett Esq, Capt Sanders, Mr E Symmonds, and crew of the Dusty Miller, John Collin, Thomas Barrowease, Joseph Strick source - Launceston Examiner 14 Dec 1842
Will Watch departed Launceston 21 Dec for Port Phillip, , schooner, 63 tona, Harding, passenger Miss Susan Taylor source Launceston Examiner 21 Dec 1842
Will Watch from Launceston departure 21 Dec of the for Port Phillip. Passengers Miss Susan Taylor source Launceston Examiner
Will Witch schooner,63 tons, Harding master, Cleared Out of Launceston 11 Mar 1842 - for Portland Bay, Passengers Mr and Mrs Claridge, Miss Robertson, Mr and Mrs Burton, Charles Taylor, Robert Grieve and child, Henry Burton source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 4th March

William Mitchell

barque 338 tons, Harvey master,
Sailed 11 Jan 1842 - for Sydney, arrived 20 Jan, with part of original cargo. Passengers Mr and Mrs Hill, Miss Strathan, Mr and Mrs Dickson and 5 chn, Messrs Morton, Houston. Thom, and 4 in the steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 14th Jan

William Nichol

ship, 409 tons, Elder master,
Arrived 8 Feb 1842 - from Leith via Cape of Good Hope 22 Dec 1841 with stay in Cape Town, Passengers Rev Alexander Laurie, Mrs Janet Laurie, Mr and Mrs Hanson, Mr and Mrs Hawthorne, Mrs Anderson, the Misses M and S Anderson, Mrs Kirkwood, Mrs Elder, Miss Reid, Messrs Knight, Fleming, Macfarlane, Finlay, Cathcart amd Brown, Intermediate 14 - Mr and Mrs Murray and family, Messrs Thomson, Jeffray, Somerville, W and R Langland, and 31 bounty immigrants (5 families, 5 single men and 6 single women) source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 11th Feb, Scotland image 132, and Bounty list
William Nicol ship, 409 tons, Elder master, Cleared Out 22 Feb 1842 - for South Australia, Passengers Miss Reddie, Messrs McLare, Dutton, and Fleming, 3 in steerage source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 25th Feb

William Wise

barque, 229 tons, Harwood master,
Arrived 2 Feb 1842 - from Sydney, no passengers source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 4th Feb
William Wise Brigs Vessels in Hobson's Bay, source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 22nd March
William Wise brig, Cleared Out 20 May 1842 - for London. Passengers Mr and Mrs Clark, Mr and Mrs Walton and 2 servants, Messrs Hunter, Stephens, Grimwade, Newton, Exports 173 tons mimosa bark, 500 horns, 252 baleswool, 2 packages stuffed birds source Port Phillip Herald - Tue 24th May
William Wise Sailed 23 May 1842 - for London source Port Phillip Herald - Fri 27th May

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

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