Convicts unbound

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Australian Jewish Historical Society Journal, 10, 6 (1989)

Author(s) Isidor Solomon AbstractBook Review: On 16 October 1803, HMS Calcutta arrived at Port Phillip and anchored at Sullivan Bay, which is now Sorrento. Aboard, besides the crew and military, were some 300 convicts. The arrival of this ship brought a very interesting group of ship's officers and crew, marines and convicts to Victoria's first settlement. Almost forty years ago whilst studying at Harvard University, the author Marjorie Tipping found among the scattered records some books and papers recording the voyages of the early whalers of the southern seas.
Convicts unbound
Convicts unbound