Return of all Convicts Deceased in New South Wales for the Year 1829, as far as Known to the Principle Superintendent of Convicts N. South Wales – List 2Remembering the Past Australia2021-07-17T17:10:49+10:00
Norfolk Island, List of Overseers, Acting in places of Trust, for which they, and their Families are Victualled and Clothed; are allowed Labourers to Cultivate their Ground, & such other Recompence as they MeritRemembering the Past Australia2021-07-17T17:11:31+10:00
A Return of People Whose Times Being Expired Have Left the Settlement, of Those Whose Times are Not Expired, but Who Have Absconded, Many of Whom are Supposed to Have Been Secreted On Board the TransportsRemembering the Past Australia2021-07-17T17:13:12+10:00
Sydney, 15th December, 1791 Source: Records of the Colonial Office, Correspondence with the Colonies: Entry Books and Registers of Correspondence, New South Wales, Original Correspondence, Secretary of State (AJCP)
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