Return of diseases most prevalent on board ships performing quarantine during the half-year ending on the 31st December 1852 : report of the Health Officer from the 1st May 1852 to the 30th June 1853

Corporate Author: Sanitary Station (Hobson's Bay, Vic.)
Other Authors: Hunt, Thomas, d. 1859
Published: Melbourne : John Ferres, Government Printer, 1854
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1853-54, no. A 42
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Item Description: "Laid upon the Council table by the Colonial Secretary by command of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor and ordered by the Council to be printed 19th January 1854"
"Thomas Hunt, Health Officer"
London passenger ships mentioned: Abel Gower, Admiral, Agneta, Anglesea, Appoline [i.e. Apolline?}, Arundel, Atravida, Ayrshire, Ballaarat, Blackfriars, Blackwall, Blorenge, Bombay, Chalmers, Cheapside, City of Poonah, Coldstream, Dalhouse, Diadem, Dinapore, Eliza, Emily, Enchanter, Ferozepore, Formosa, Fortitude, Gloriana, Hebrides, Hero, Himalaya, Holyrood, Invincible, Isabella, John Taylor, Lady Eveline, M. Stuart [i.e. Mountstuart] Elphinstone, Mariner, Marlborough, Melbourne, Mermaid, Meteor, Monarch, Nepaul, New Orleans, Onyx, Orestes, Oriental, Panama, Prince Albert, Prince Alfred, Saghalien, Scindian, Severn, Shanghae, Statesman, Tulloch Castle, Vimeira, Washington Irving and Windsor
Liverpool passenger ships mentioned: Alciope, Ann Bridson, Archer, Australia, Birmingham, Cambridge, Chance, Collector, Delgany, Delta, Earl of Derby, El Dorado, Ellen, Emigrant, Europa, Falcon, Fanny, Gambia, Garland, Geelong, Great Britain (steam ship), Hibernia, Hope, James Carson, Jane Pratt, John Bunyan, Julia, Lady Head, Marco Polo, Maria, Merlin, Miltiades, Mirzapore, Mobile, O'Hellia, Progress, Rip Van Winkle, Serampore, Theodore, Thorwalsden, Ticonderoga, Tippoo Saib and Wanata
Plymouth passenger ships mentioned: Chowringhee and Lady Macdonald
Other mentions: Algoa Bay [5], Allison (ship) 8,9, Apollo (H.M. police ship) 7, John Barker (Cape Schank) 8,9, Batavia [5], Birmingham (ship) 6,7, Black Buoy [5], The Bluff 9, Bombay (ship) 8,9, Brighton 8, Bristol [5], Cadiz [5], Calcutta [5], Calliope (ship) 8,9, Cape Schank 8,9, Childe Harold (ship) 8,9, Colonial Storekeeper 9, Confiance (ship) 8,9, Cork [5], Delagny (ship) 8,9, HMS Empire (ship) 8, Falmouth [5], Fanny (ship) 7, Ja[me]s Ford (Port Nepean) 9, 40th Regiment 7,8, Geelong 8, Gellibrand's Point [5], Genghis Khan (ship) 8,9, Glasgow [5], Gottenburg [5], Great Britain (steam ship) 6,7, Greenock [5], Halifax [5], Harbour Master (Williamstown) 9, The Heads 8,9, Hobson's Bay 3,4,[5],7,8, [Thomas Hunt] Health Officer [2],[5],8,9, Immigration Agent 9, Isle of Skye 8, Jersey [5], Lady Eveline (ship) 7, Leith [5], Lighthouse (Gellibrands Point) [5], Liverpool [5],6,7, London [5],6,7, Lysander (ship) 8,9, Madras [5], Manilla [5], Mauritius [5], Medical Officer 8, Melbourne 9, Merlin (ship) 6,7, New Holland [5], New York [5], New Zealand [5], Observatory Point 8, Oporto [5], Plymouth [5],7, Point Nepean 4,[5],7,8,9, Port Phillip Heads 7, Priscilla (ship) 8,9, Red Bluff 8, St. Kilda 6,7, San Francisco [5], Sanatory Station 3,4,[5],7,8,9,10, Shanghae [5], Shortland's Bluff 8,9, Singapore [5], Sourabaya [5], Southampton [5],8, Swan Island 8, Table Bay [5], Tasmania [5],Ticonderoga (ship) 3,6,7,8,9, Ticonderoga Bay 4,[5],6, HMSS Vulcan (ship) 7,8, Wanata (ship) 6,7 and Williamstown [5],8,9
Physical Description: 10p. ; 33cm.