e-Book A short account of a voyage round the globe in H.M.S. Calcutta, 1803-1804 download
by Nicholas Pateshall
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HMS Calcutta was the East Indiaman Warley, converted to a Royal Navy 56-gun fourth rate. Ringwood, Victoria: Penguin Books).
HMS Calcutta was the East Indiaman Warley, converted to a Royal Navy 56-gun fourth rate. This ship of the line served for a time as an armed transport. She also transported convicts to Australia in a voyage that became a circumnavigation of the world. The French 74-gun Magnanime captured Calcutta in 1805. Carlton, Vi. Queensbury Hill Press).
The fact that Pateshall calls the convicts 'wretches', and allowed them onto the deck for some fresh air, illustrates his sympathy for them. Once the Calcutta and Ocean reached Port Phillip and settled at Sullivan Bay, Pateshall recorded his impressions of the settlement and his first encounters with the local Indigenous people. He made only a few references to the convicts though, mainly about their escape and recapture. The original journal of Third Lieutenant Nicholas Pateshall is now held in the State Library of Victoria.
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amp; Nepean Historical Society (Vi. Voyage to Port Phillip, 1803. Find in other libraries. Sorrento, Vic : Nepean Historical Society. and Nepean Historical Society (Vi. Voyage to Port Phillip, 1803, by Barbara Angell Nepean Historical Society Sorrento, Vic 1984. Australian/Harvard Citation. amp; Nepean Historical Society (Vi.
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In 1803 and 1804, we find him circumnavigating the globe, in the Calcutta 50, Captain Daniel Woodriff. On his return from that interesting voyage, he again joined the Ville de Paris, and continued in her until Admiral Cornwallis resigned the command of the Channel fleet, in June 1806. He was then appointed to the Kent 74, Captain Thomas Rogers, under whom he served as first lieutenant for a period of four years.
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