Embarked: 7 male prisoners
Surgeon's Journal: no
Captain John Saville
Prisoners of the Symmetry identified in the Hunter Valley
The Symmetry departed from the Isle of France on 27th March 1838 and arrived in Port Jackson on Saturday 26 May 1838. She brought a cargo of sugar.
Passengers included Mrs. Saville and Mrs. Jamison.
Seven prisoners of the Crown arrived on the Symmetry, all convicted of mutiny. -
Siedy Maccors Mahomed
Seyde Sudey Mahomed
Sidy Baynenorla Mahomet
They were all admitted to Sydney gaol on 26 May on disembarking from the ship and afterwards examined at Hyde Park Barracks.
The Symmetry departed for London with colonial produce and cabin passengers on the 15th August 1838