Immigration: return to address - Mr. O'Shanassy, 25th November 1852 [i.e. 1851]

Published: Melbourne : Printed by John Ferres at the Government Printing Office, 1852
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1852-53
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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 21st July 1852"
Returns 1-11 signed: "Hugh Childers,/Immigration Agent/Immigration Office,/ Melbourne, June 8th, 1852"
Return [13] signed: " C. H. Ebden,/Auditor General/Audit Office, Melbourne,/26th February, 1852"
Return [14] signed: "R. Hoddle/Surveyor General/Surveyor General's Office,/ Melbourne, 22nd July, 1852"
No. 1: Return showing the number, age, native country, occupation, education and religion of the immigrants who have been brought to the District of Port Phillip (now the Colony of Victoria) wholly or in part at the public expense, from the foundation of the settlement to separation from New South Wales (1838 to June, 1851)
No. 2: Detailed statement if the expenditure on account of immigration to the District of Port Phillip (now the Colony of Victoria), from the foundation of the settlement to the 31st December 1847
No. 3: Abstract statement of the annual expenditure on account of immigration to the District of Port Phillip (now the Colony of Victoria), from the foundation of the settlement to the 31st December 1847
No. 4: Detailed statement of the cost of immigration to Port Phillip (now the Colony of Victoria) defrayed by the Colonial Government during the years 1848 to (June) 1851
No. 5: Abstract statement of the annual cost of immigration to the District of Port Phillip, (now the Colony of Victoria) defrayed by the Colonial Government during the years 1848 to (June) 1851
No. 6: Return shewing the number of statute adults who have been brought to the District of Port Phillip (now the Colony of Victoria) in ships chartered by the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners; the contract price per statute adult; the probable amount of passage money; and the sums received for assisted passages; during the years 1848 to June, 1851
No. 7: Return shewing the number of persons (nominated by purchasers of land), who have been brought to the District of Port Phillip (now the Colony of Victoria) in private ships under contract with the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners : with the probable cost of their passages, during the years 1848 to (June) 1851
No. 8: Statement shewing the probable receipts and expenditure of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commisioners of account of emigration to the District of Port Phillip (now the Colony of Victoria) during the years 1847 to (June) 1851
No. 9: Return shewing the amount paid to the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners in England for the purchase of Land in the DIstrict of Port Phillip (now the Colony of Victoria) during the years 1840 to 1843
No. 10: Return shewing the annual cost of the Immigration Department in the District of Port Phillip (now the Colony of Victoria), the number of persons employed and the nature of their employment, from the 1st January 1840 to 30th June 1851
No. 11: Return shewing the amount charged against the district of Port Phillip (now the Colony of Victoria), by the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners in defraying the cost of the department in the United Kingdom
No. 12: Notices and regulations issues by the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners for information on the subject of emigration to this colony, comprising I. Emigration bounty to New South Wales / S. Walcott, Secretary / 9, Park-street, Westminster, / 15th July, 1843 II. Instructions to agents for the selection of emigrants / Stephen Walcott, /Secretary / Colonial Land and Emigration Office, / 9, Park-street, Westminster, / 1st June, 1846 III. Comparative table, shewing the regulations to be observed in the selection of emigrants for free passages to New South Wales, as published by the Colonial Land and Emigration Commission, in the years 1847 to 1851 / Stephen Walcott, / Secretary IV. Regulations to be observed in the selection of labourers for assisted passages to Australia, as published by the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners in the year 1849 V. Instructions for surgeons of emigrant ships sailing under the superintendence of Her Majesty's Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners / S. Walcott, / Secretary / Colonial Land and Emigration Office, / Feburary, 1847 VI. Order in Council prescribing rules for good order on board emigrant ships / WM. L. Bathurst VII. Additional regulations to be observed on board emigrant ships to Australia, sailing under government superintendence / S. Walcott, / Secretary VIII. Instructions to clergymen proceeding as religious instructors on board emigrant vessels IX. Instructions to matron on board emigrant vessels and X. Instructions to masters of emigrant vessels
[No. 13]: A return shewing the annual cost of the survey, sale and management of crown lands, the whole cost of immigration to this Colony from the United Kingdom, and the amount charged to this colony on account of the expenses of the Land and Emigration Commisioners up to 30th June 1851 so far as can be ascertained from documents received at this office / C. H. Ebden (Auditor General)
No. [14]: Return of persons employed in the Survey Department, District of Port Phillip, and the nature of occupation, from 1st June, 1837, to 1st July, 1851 / R. Hoddle (Surveyor General)
Ports of arrival mentioned: Geelong 109, 111, Melbourne 107, 109, 111
Ports of departure mentioned: Bristol 107, Cape [of Good Hope] 107, Cork 107, 109, Gravesend 109, 111, Greenock 107, 108, 111, Leith 107, 109, Liverpool 107, 109, London 107, 109, 111, Plymouth 107, 109, 111, Portsmouth 109, Rio 107 and Sydney 107
Ships mentioned: Abberton (450 ton) 109,117, Adelaide (639 ton) 109,121,127, Agostina 107,115, Agricola 107,115, Alexander 109,115, Allan Ker (605 ton) 107,115, Andromache (468/500 ton) 107,109,111,113,121,122,127,128, Anna 111,122,129, Anna Maria 109, Anne Milne 111,122,128, Argyle of Liverpool (650 ton) 107,114, Argyle of London 107,114, Ariadne 107,114, Asia 107,115, Aurora (536 ton) 109,111,121,123,127,128, Berkshire (582 ton) 109,121,127, Blonde (613 ton) 109,121,127, Brankenmore 107,115, Brilliant 107,115, British Empire (304 ton ship) 111,122,128, Bussorah Merchant (530 ton) 111,123,128, Caroline 107,114, Caroline Agnes 111,122,128, Cataraqui 109,117, Catherine Jameson 107,115, Cheapside (621 ton) 109,121,127, China 107,113, Cornwall (872 ton) 109,121,127, Coromandel 107,113, Courier 111,122,128, Dale Park (402 ton) 109,117, David Clarke (608 ton) 107,113, Derwent (425 ton) 111,123,128, Diadem (714 ton) 111,123,128, Diamond (573 ton) 107,115, Duchess Northumberland (541/700 ton) 107,109,114,122,127, Earl Durham 109,116, East London 107,114, Eden 109, Eliza Caroline (831 ton) 111,123,128, Elizabeth (509 ton) 111,122,128, England (939 ton) 107,114, Enmore 107,115, Fergusson (600 ton) 107,114, Forth 107,115, Fortitude 107,114, Frances (333 ton) 107,115, Francis Ridley (635 ton) 109,122,127, Frankfield (900 ton) 107,114, General Palmer 111,122,127, George Fyffe 107,114, Georgiana (520 ton) 107,114, Gilmore 107,115, Glen Huntley 107,113, Grindlay 107,115, Harry Lorrequer 111,124,128, Himalaya (477 ton) 107,109,114,116, Hope 107, 111,113,122,128, Intrinsic 107,115, Isabella Watson (514 ton) 107,114, James T. Foord 111,122,124,128, John Barry 107, 113, John Bull 107,113, John Cooper (659 ton) 107,114, Joseph Soames 109, Labuan (548 ton) 109,122,127, Lady Fitzherbert 109, 116, Lady Kennaway (583/585 ton) 109,111,121,123,127,128, Lady Peel (593 ton) 109,121,127, Lord George Benti[n]ck (592 ton) 109,122,127, Lord Keane 109, 116, Lord William Benti[n]ck (443 ton) 109,117, Lysander (475 ton) 107,109,115,122,127, Mahomed Shah (750 ton) 109,111,121,122,127,128, Maitland (648 ton) 109,111,122,123,127,128, Manchester (566 ton) 109,122,127, Manlius (703 ton) 109,116, Marchioness of Douglas 109,121,129, Marion 109, Marmion 107,114, Marquis of Bute 107,115, Martin Luther (460 ton ship) 109,116, Mary Nixon (391 ton) 107,115, Mary Shepherd (625 ton) 111,122,127, Medway (653 ton) 111,122,128, Middlesex (568 ton) 107,115, Navarino 111,123,129, Nelson (603 ton) 109,111,121,122,127,128, Neptune 107,114, New Liverpool 111,122,128, Orient (596 ton) 107,114, Osprey 109,122,127, Palmyra (602 ton) 107,109,113,121, 127, Panama 111,122,129, Parkfield 109,116, Pemberton 111,122,128, Perfect (823 ton) 107,114, Platina 109,116, Regulus (370 ton) 109,116, Reliance (736 ton) 111,123,128, Robert Benn (840 ton) 109,116, Royal Consort (527 ton) 109,117, Royal George 109,111,122,128, Royal Saxon 107,114, Salsette 107,114, Samuel Boddington (600 ton) 109,116, Sarah 109,116, Saxon 111,122,128, Sea Queen 109, 117, Sir Charles Forbes (363 ton) 107,114, Sir Edward Parry (575 ton) 109,121,127, Sir George Seymour (850 ton) 109,111,122,128, Sir Robert Sale (741 ton) 111,123,128, Stag 109,121,122,129, Stratheden 109, Strathfieldsaye 107,115, Tasman (562/564 ton) 109,111,121,122,127,128, Teresa (460 ton) 107,113, Thetis (460 ton) 109,116,122,127, Thomas Arbuthnot 107,109,115, Vesper (243 ton) 107,114, Victory 111,122,128, Wallace (640/864 ton) 107,109,115,117, Ward Chipman 107,115, Waterloo 109,121,129, Westminster 107,113, 115, Whitby 111,122,128, William Abrahams 115, William Metcalfe 107,113,115, William Mitchell (400 ton) 107,115, William Nicholl (408 ton) 109,116, William Stewart (576 ton) 109,121,127, York 107,114 and Zemindar 111,123,129
Surgeon superintendents mentioned: J[ohn] Abbott 107, Dr. [Edward Duffin or Dufferin] Alison 107, W. Allan 107, J[ohn] Andrews 109, Dr. [William?] Arthur 109, Dr. [John] Ayre 109, Dr. [Henry]Baker 109, J[ohn C.] Baker 111, J[ohn] C. Baker 107, Dr.[James] Barlas 109, T[homas] Bay[n]ton 107, Dr. [Robert] Beith 109, M[atthew] W[ilks] Bourne 109, A[lfred] Bowden 111, R[ichard Ryther] S[teer] Bowker 107, H[enry] G[ordon] Brock 109, H[enry Hort] Brown 111, I. H. Brown 109, J[ohn] Brown 107, 111 Dr. [Allan?] Campbell 107, C. Carpenter 109, W. B. Carpenter 107, Dr. [Alexander MacKenzie] Cheyne 107, Dr. I.(i.e. John) H. Clarke 107, Dr. [James Bennett] Clutterbuck, 111, R. G. Combe 107, G[eorge] Coward 111, H[enry] Coward 109, G[eorge] Cream 111, S[amuel] Curtis 109, Dr. Davis 107, R[ichard] Dawes 107, Dr. Day 111, R. Day 109, W[illiam] J[ames] Dease 109, Dr. [John] Denniston 109, Dr. [John] Dickson 107, E[dwin] Edmonds 111, J[ohn] W[ilson] Elliott 109, E. D. [i.e. Edward Leslie] Falloon 109, William Finlayson 107, F[redrick] T[homas] W[est] Ford 111. W. B. Gaskill 107, A. Gilchrist 107, W. S. Goodall 107, J[ohn] Gordon 109, Dr. Grant 107, Dr. [John Stephen] Hampton 109, G[eorge] Harvey 107, Dr. [Alexander] Hunter 111, T[homas] Hunter 109, W. Huston 107, J. Irons 107, Dr. Jeff 109, B[enjamin] K[ing] Johnson 111, J[effrey James] Keating 107, E[dmund Walter] Kelley [i.e. Kelly] 111, R[ichard] Kingdon 111, Dr. [Hayes] Kyd 111, J[ohn] Laffer 111, W[illiam] Large 107, J[ohn] F. [i.e. Travers or Travis] Leake 109, H[enry] J[ohn] Lindeman 107, J.[i.e. Thomas] Lumsdaine 109, H[enry] Lynch 107, R. Lynnet 107, J. Macalister 109, J. Macdonald 107, Dr. Mackecknie 109, Dr. [George] Maddox 107, J[ames] Martin 107, T. R. Mason 111, J. B. Matthews 111, E[dwin] S[tanford] Maxwell 111, E[ugene Charles] M'Carthy 107, W. McKenzie 107, J[ames] M'Crae [i.e. McCrea] 111, A. G. Melville 109, Dr. M'Gregor 111, J[ohn] W[est] Miller 109, G[eorge] Mitchell 109, C. R. M'Kellar 107, Dr. [Thomas] M'Kern [or McKerr] 111, H. M'Kevitt 111, J[ames] G[regory] Moir 107, Dr. Monk 107, J[ames] M. [i.e. Bridgeham] Motherwell 111, G[eorge] Mottley 109, J[ames] Murdoch 109. T[homas] Murray 109, G[eorge] Myers 109. C[harles Braham] Nathan 107, J. [i.e. John or James P.] Newman 107, T[homas] Norris 107, T[homas] H[enry] Payne 111, J[enner] Plumley (i.e. Plomley) 109, V[incent] Purryer [or Purrier?] 107, Dr. [Archibald] Robinson 109, W. Robson 107, A[lexander] Russell 109, John Scott 111, M. Shanley 111, S[amuel] B[arber] Shaw 109, James Sheriff 111, T[homas Christie] Smart 109, W. O. Smith 109, R. T. Spark 111, J[ohn] S[undrier] Stamp 111, R[obert] Stevenson 109, Dr. [David] Stolworthy 107, C[arles] E[dward] Strutt 111, J. Stuart 107, Dr. [John] Sullivan 107, 109, 111, Dr.Taylor 109, Dr. [William] Thomson 109, I. [i.e. John] D[unbar] Tweed[d]ale 111, Dr. Uding 107, T[homas] Veitch 109, J. Wakefield 109, E[dward John] Waring 109, H[enry] Waterman 109, Dr. [William Bryan (or Byam?)] Wilmott 107, T[homas] Wilson 107 and W[illiam] H[enry] Yaldwin 109
Immigration Department Employees 1840-1851 mentioned p. 135: Benjamin Bates, Caroline Bates, L. Bates, W. J. B. Bohnn [i.e. William Francis Browne Bohun], F. R. J. Dixon, J. Fairburn, J./John Fitzgibbon 1849 1850 1851, John Fitzgibbon, A. Foley, J. Gardener, G. J. Giffin, A. King, John Patterson M. D., W. J. Patterson, A. Rea, J. W. Stafford and J. Wayth.
BOUND IN 1852/53 VOLUME 2 p. [103-177]
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