What happened on the Lady Juliana?

What happened on the Lady Juliana?

After a delay of six months Lady Juliana left Plymouth on 29 July 1789, and arrived at Port Jackson on 6 June 1790. She took 309 days to reach Port Jackson, one of the slowest journeys made by a convict ship. She carried 226 female convicts, five of whom died during the journey.

When did the Lady Juliana arrive in Australia?

Jun 1790
3 Jun 1790 – convict ship Lady Juliana arrived. #OnThisDay 3 June 1790 the Lady Juliana, convict transport ship, arrived into Port Jackson with 226 female convicts on board.

Who was the captain of Lady Juliana?

The First Fleet launched under the command of Captain Arthur Phillip in 1788, before the Lady Juliana reached Australian shores almost two years later.

Why is the Second Fleet called the death Fleet?

It’s no surprise the Second Fleet was known as ‘The Death Fleet. Of 928 male convicts on Neptune, Scarborough and Surprize, 26 per cent died on the voyage and nearly 40 per cent were dead within months of their arrival in the colony. This shocking mortality rate was nearly ten times that of the First Fleet voyage.

What did Mary Wade eat?

bread
Mary was one of fifty women fed bread and water in a cell that had neither beds nor lavatories. However, once aboard The Lady Juliana, her situation improved. All convicts were reasonably fed and given warm beds.

When did the Lady Juliana leave England?

July 1789
The Lady Juliana left the shores of England the first week in July 1789. Its ten-month journey would take it through the Canary Islands and to Cape Verde, then on to Rio de Janeiro and Cape Town before arriving at Sydney Cove.

When did the Lady Juliana set sail?

The Lady Juliana left the shores of England the first week in July 1789. Its ten-month journey would take it through the Canary Islands and to Cape Verde, then on to Rio de Janeiro and Cape Town before arriving at Sydney Cove.

Who was the youngest girl convict on the First Fleet?

Elizabeth Hayward
Elizabeth Hayward. was the youngest female convict, at 13, on the First Fleet. She received seven years transportation at the Old Bailey in January 1787, for being accused of stealing clothes from the clog maker she was working for.

When did the 3rd fleet arrive in Australia?

The Mary Ann was a 1791 arrival. The next ship to arrive just over three weeks later, on 1 August 1791, was Matilda….Ships of the Third Fleet.

Ship Matilda
Dep. England 27 Mar 1791
Arr. Sydney 1 Aug 1791
Duration 127 days
Male convicts: arrived [deaths] (boarded) 225 [25] (250)

How many fleets came to Australia?

11 ships
The First Fleet was a fleet of 11 ships that brought the first European and African settlers to Australia. It was made up of two Royal Navy vessels, three store ships and six convict transports….Convict transports.

Ship Charlotte
Crew 30
Marines 32
Arrived Botany Bay 20 January 1788
Duration (days) 252

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