Embarked 200 men
Voyage 110 days
Surgeon's Journal - No
Previous vessel: Lady Harewood
arrived 5 August 1832
Next vessel: Eliza
arrived 6 September 1832
Master Daniel N. Munro
Surgeon Superintendent George Fairfowl
Prisoners and passengers of the Clyde identified in the Hunter Valley
was built at Greenock in 1819. Convicts were transported to Australia on the Clyde
(VDL), 1832 (NSW) and 1838
Many of the convicts were embarked on the vessel from the Hulks on 21st April 1832. Fifteen year old prisoners James Alexander and William Parsons from the Euralysis
hulk were embarked on this day. Both boys had been tried at Middlesex on 6th January 1831. Prisoners from the Cumberland
Hulks were also embarked on the 21st April.
The Guard consisted of 2 sergeants, 1 corporal and 30 privates of the 4th regiment, 7 soldiers wives and 10 children.
Passengers included Lieutenant Colonel McKenzie, Mrs. McKenzie, Miss McKenzie, four Masters McKenzie, four Misses McKenzie, Quartermaster Flanna and Mrs. Flanna.
departed Portsmouth on 9 May 1832. They were in the vicinity of Madeira on 23 May when Captain Munro boarded the Portuguese brig of war, Conde de Villa Ker
which was blockading Madeira.
arrived in Port Jackson on 27 August 1832. One hundred and ninety-nine prisoners were landed on 6th September 1832.
A muster was held on board by the Colonial Secretary Alexander McLeay on 29th August 1832.
There were seventeen prisoners under fifteen years of age. The youngest were James Jones (13), Thomas Farnell (13), Henry McCourt (12), and George Beare(12).
Departure From The Colony
was advertising to sail for Valparaiso in September 1832.
Notes and Links
1). George Fairfowl was also Surgeon on the convict ships Ocean
in 1818, Dromedary
in 1823, Royal Charlotte
in 1825, Asia in 1827 (VDL), Sovereign
in 1829, Andromeda
in 1830 and the Hive
2). Select here
to find out more about Bushranger James Marshall of the Jewboy gang
3). Hunter Valley convicts arriving on the Clyde in 1832
4). Convict Ships bringing detachments of the 4th (King's Own) Regiment..........
departed Cork 29 April 1831. Commander of the Guard Captain George Mason
departed Portsmouth 17 July 1831. Commander of the Guard Captain Charles Waldron 38th regt.
departd Cork 6 August 1831. Commander of the Guard Captain Richard Chetwode
departed 15 October 1831. Commander of the Guard Lieut. David William Lardy 4th regt.
departed Dublin 5 November 1831. Commander of the Guard Lieut. Gibbons 49th regt.
departed Portmsouth 27 November 1831.
departed Cork 27 November 1831. Commander of the Guard Captain William Clarke 4th regt.
departed Dublin 14 December 1831. Commander of the Guard Lieut. William Lonsdale 4th regt.
departed the Downs 7 February 1832. Commander of the Guard Lieut. George Baldwin 31st regt.,
departed Portsmouth 15 March 1832. Commander of the Guard Lieut. Lowth 38th regt.,
City of Edinburgh
departed Cork 18 March 1832 . Commander of the Guard Lieut. Bayliss
departd Portsmouth 9 May 1832. Commander of the Guard Lieut-Colonel Mackenzie
departed Cork 10 May 1832. Commander of the Guard Lieut. Hewson
departed Portsmouth 16 June 1832 under command of Lieuts. Bullin and Irvine of 38th regt.
departed the Downs 19 June 1832. Commander of the Guard Lieut. Gibson 4th regt.
departed Dublin 1 July 1832. Commander of the Guard Lieut. Thomas Faunce 4th regt.
departed Sheerness 28 July 1832 under Command of Captain Young 38th regt.
departed Sheerness 12 March 1833 under Command of Captain Mondilhan 54th regt.
5). 4th (or The King's own) Regiment of Foot
1. Sydney Gazette 28 August 1832
2. Bateson, Charles Library of Australian History (1983). The convict ships, 1787-1868 (Australian ed). Library of Australian History, Sydney : pp.350-351