Frederick Voyages to Australia
The Frederick was a 210 ton wooden sailing ship, built in Batavia 1807.
Mainly transporting cargo and passengers from Calcutta, India to Sydney, Australia but also some convicts, (military). Also In 1815 she carried eight escaped convicts that had stowed away on the Archduke Charles when she had left from Port Jackson for Canton.
SHIP NEWS - On Tuesday arrived the ship Frederick, Capt. WILLIAMS, from Calcutta, via Bencoolen and Batavia, with a valuable cargo of merchandize, - Passengers, Mr. WINDER and Lieut. STEWART, who removed to the Pilot, and sailed the following day for Sydney. In this vessel arrives 7 male and 3 female prisoners, destined for Port Jackson.
Hobart Town Gazette, 18 Oct 1817.
Arrived in Port Jackson 22 NOv 1817.
Shipwrecked at Cape Flinders, Stanley Island, Queensland, Australia in 1818.
Arrived 1815 at New South Wales
Average sentence: 4 Years | Life
sentences: 3 | Passengers: 5
Arrived 20th October, 1817 at New South Wales
Average sentence: 2 Years | Life
sentences: 5 | Passengers: 8