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Main Title: An account of a voyage to establish a colony at Port Philip in Bass's Strait, on the south coast of New South Wales, in His Majesty's Ship Calcutta, in the years 1802-3-4 / by J. H. Tuckey Esq., First Lieutenant of the Calcutta ; edited by Richard E Cotter.
Author: Tuckey, James Hingston 1776-1816
Cotter, Richard.
Imprint: Red Hill, Vic. : Lavender Hill Multimedia for Friends of the Collins Settlement, Sorrento Inc., 2001.
Collation: v, 114 p. : ill., portraits, bib., pbk ; 21 cm.
Subject: Tuckey, James Hingston 1776-1816.
Calcutta (Ship)
European exploration
European exploration
Sullivan Bay (Vic.)
Series: Sullivan Bay historical series ;, 1.;
ISBN: 0957967608
In 1802, the Calcutta was engaged to convey convicts and settlers to a new settlement at Port Phillip. The convicts to be embarked on the Calcutta came from districts throughout England - Somerset, London, Hertford, Kent, Shropshire, Warwick, Surrey, Essex etc.

James Hingston Tuckey was first-lieutenant on the Calcutta. He was about twenty six years of age. On his return to England in 1805 he published details of the voyage in An Account of the Voyage to establish a Colony at Port Phillip.
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Non-Fiction Main Library 910.9 CAL TUC Available

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