convict voyage

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  • On her second convict voyage she carried 186 male convicts from Portsmouth to Sydney.
  • On her second convict voyage she carried 161 female convicts from Cork, Ireland to Sydney.
  • On her third convict voyage, under the command of James Ralph, she transported 192 male convicts to Sydney.
  • On her second convict voyage to Australia, under Henry Best, she sailed from England on 2 March 1809.
  • On her second convict voyage, Guildford left Ireland in 1815 with 228 male convicts.
  • During her third convict voyage, under the command of George Hay she carried 109 female convicts from Cork, Ireland to Sydney.
  • On her second convict voyage, she left Ireland, under the command of John Nutting in late August 1835, carrying 250 male convicts.
  • On her first convict voyage, under the command of William Rayner Best, she transported 202 male convicts to Hobart Town.
  • On her first convict voyage, Guildford left London on 3 September 1811 with 200 male convicts.
  • On her first convict voyage, under the command on William McKissock, she transported 180 male convicts from Downs, England to Sydney.
  • On her fifth convict voyage, Guildford left London on 7 April 1822, with 190 male convicts.
  • On her second convict voyage, she left Dublin on 3 July 1830 under the command of William Vaughan, carrying 200 male convicts.
  • Under the command of Alexander Spain, on her fifth convict voyage, she sailed from London on 23 April 1819, with 135 male convicts.
  • On her second convict voyage, under the command of Matthew Bowles, Indefatigable left England in 1815 with 200 male convicts.
  • On her first convict voyage under the command of William Wilkinson, Indispensable sailed from England in October 1795, with 133 female convicts.
  • On her third convict voyage, Guildford left Cork on 14 November 1817, with 204 male convicts.
  • On her second convict voyage, under the command of Thomas Ried, she departed England on 4 April 1822, with 190 male convicts.
  • On her second convict voyage to Australia, under Thomas Walker, she sailed from England on 3 December 1812, with 201 male convicts.
  • On her fourth convict voyage, under the command of Thomas Stead, she left London, England on 23 November 1827, with 100 male convicts.
  • On her sixth convict voyage, Guildford left Portsmouth on 18 August 1823, with 160 male convicts.
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