Guide to the Records of the Admiralty (as filmed by the AJCP)

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ADM

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Created: 2018

Collection Summary

Creator
Admiralty. Great Britain.
Title
Records of the Admiralty (as filmed by the AJCP)
Date Range
1673 - 1957
Collection Number
ADM
Extent
3744 items
Language of Materials
English
Repository
Australian Joint Copying Project
Sponsor
The Australian Joint Copying Project (AJCP) online portal was created with the assistance of the Australian Public Service Modernisation Fund, 2017-2020. The National Library of Australia gratefully acknowledges the contributions of the other foundation AJCP partners, the State Library of New South Wales and The National Archives of the UK, and all other organisations which supported the work of the AJCP, the world's most extensive collaborative copying project, operating from 1948 to 1997.

Introduction

Scope and Contents

The records of the Admiralty and Secretariat filmed by the Australian Joint Copying Project cover the records of the Admiralty Office up to 1832 and of the Secretary's Department of the reorganised Board of Admiralty after that date.

Amongst the records filmed by the Australian Joint Copying Project are ships musters, the Logbooks of Admiral's and other Officers, correspondence of the Admiralty and Secretariat, correspondence of Medical Departments and the Sick and Hurt Board, and records of the Australia, China and Pacific Stations.

Many of these records relate to the exploration of Australia and the Pacific by European explorers, the transportation of convicts and the daily workings of naval vessels. Notable individuals detailed in these records include William Bligh and Matthew Flinders. Locations discussed in these records include Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands such as Samoa, Tonga and Fiji, as well as Singapore.

Conditions Governing Access

Available for Access.

Conditions Governing Use

Many of the records digitised as part of the AJCP are still in copyright. Readers wishing to publish or reproduce documents should seek permission, in the first instance, from the National Archives of the UK. Further advice is available from: The National Archives of the UK. Copyright (http://nationalarchives.gov.uk/legal/copyright/)

Preferred Citation

Acknowledgement of use of this material should refer to the location of the original material (The National Archives of the UK) and to the Australian Joint Copying Project.

Citation of items from this collection should include references to the location of the original material at the National Archives of the UK and to the AJCP nla.obj number, which serves as the online identifier for the digital copy.

Example: TNA Series: CO 201/429, New South Wales. Original Correspondence. Despatches May-June 1850 (AJCP ref: http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1234)

Further information on citation guidelines is available at The National Archives of the UK (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/help-with-your-research/citing-documents-national-archives/).

Archival History

Material selectively filmed as part of the Australian Joint Copying Project (AJCP Reels: 412, 1117, 1548-1549, 2699-2712, 3217-3282, 3292-3431, 4392-4426, 4461-4465, 4573-4620, 5884-5888, 6030, 6581-6583, 6911-6927, 7008-7018, 7074-7087, 7251-7269) . Original microfilm digitised as part of the AJCP Online Delivery Project, 2017-2020.

Original microfilm digitised as part of the NLA AJCP Online Delivery Project, 2017-2020.

Existence and Location of Originals

The National Archives of the UK (TNA).

Collection Reference: ADM. For further information, see ADM at The National Archives of the UK (http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/browse/r/h/C4).

It should be noted that in 2003 the name of the Public Record Office was changed to the National Archives (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/).

Existence and Location of Copies

Digitised copies of this material may be available from The National Archives of the UK (TNA).

Series within this Collection available online at TNA include: ADM 36, ADM 101, ADM 104.

For more information see: TNA Digital Microfilm Records

The original AJCP microfilm of the records filmed from this collection is available at the National Library of Australia as well as other institutions holding AJCP microfilm.

Finding Aid Note

Dates used in this finding aid refer to the date range of the records selected for filming rather than to the date range of the original Series or File.

This online finding aid, published by the National Library of Australia in 2018, is a revised version of two original paper handbooks Part 7 and Part 11. This revised version was published by the National Library of Australia in 2018.

Australian Joint Copying Project. Handbook Part 7. Public Record Office: Admiralty Records - class and piece list, National Library of Australia/State Library of NSW, reprinted with addenda 1993.

Australian Joing Copying Project. Handbook 11. Public Record Office: Classes filmed in the final five years of the Australian Joint Copying Project, ix, pp1-17, National Library of Australia, 2005

Advisory Statement

Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this Finding Aid contains material and descriptive information which may be considered culturally sensitive and may cause distress, including names and images of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people now deceased. This Finding Aid contains terms that reflect authors' views or those of the historical period, but which may not be considered appropriate today. While the information may not reflect current understanding, it is provided in an historical context.

Subjects

Great Britain: Admiralty; Australia; New Zealand; Pacific Islands; Fiji; Samoa; Tonga; Ship's logs; Captain's logs

Bibliography

This revised finding-aid was Originally published as:

Australian Joint Copying Project. Handbook Part 7. Public Record Office: Admiralty Records - class and piece list, National Library of Australia/State Library of NSW, reprinted with addenda 1993.

Australian Joing Copying Project. Handbook 11. Public Record Office: Classes filmed in the final five years of the Australian Joint Copying Project, ix, pp1-17, National Library of Australia, 2005

Administrative History

From 1689 until the mid-twentieth century the duties of the Lord High Admiral were carried out by Commissioners, known as Lords of the Admiralty. Originally the civil admiration of the Navy, including the fitting out of ships, the management of shipyards and the appointment of non-combatant personnel, and such matters as ships, transports, yards, stores, victualling and hospitals, was the responsibility of the Navy Board.

In 1832, the Board was abolished and its functions passed to the Board of the Admiralty. The Board comprised the First Lord of the Admiralty (a member of the Ministry), four Naval Lords (known from 1904 as Sea Lords), the Parliamentary and a Permanent Secretary.

Immediately under the Admiralty were the naval commanders, including the commanders-in-chief of the home stations and foreign stations. They were usually admirals or commodores. Captains and other commanding officers of warships were responsible to the commander-in-chief of their station, but were also permitted to correspond directly with the Permanent Secretary, the Hydrographer and other officers of the Admiralty in England.

Separate departments, whose heads were responsible to the Board of Admiralty, were established to look after the various aspects of naval administration. The heads of these departments were the Surveyor of the Navy, the Accountant-General, the Storekeeper-General, the Comptroller of Victualling and Transports, and the Physician-General of the Navy, whose title was changed in 1843 to Director-General of the Medical Department of the Navy.

In 1860, the title of the Surveyor of the Navy was changed to Controller of the Navy. The transport duties of the Comptroller of Victualling and Transports were detached from his office in 1862 and placed under the control of a separate Director of Transports. In 1869 the offices of the Comptroller of Victualling and the Storekeeper-General were abolished.

The purchasing powers of these offices were transferred to the newly created Contract and Purchase Department. The examination of accounts became the concern of the Accountant-General, although this function was returned to the Director of Victualling and the Director of Stores in 1886. The storekeeping functions were vested in the Superintendent of Victualling (whose title was subsequently changed to that of Director) and the Superintendent of Stores.

In 1877, the title of Superintendent of Stores was changed to Director of Stores, although the position remained subordinate to the Controller of the Navy.

The Board of Admiralty continued to exist until 1964 when it became the Admiralty Board of the Defence Council of the Ministry of Defence, the office of the Lord High Admiral itself being vested in the Queen.

First Lords of the Admiralty 1751-1919
  1. 1751 June. George, Lord Anson
  2. 1756 November. Richard Temple, Earl Temple
  3. 1757 April. Daniel Finch, Earl of Winchilsea
  4. 1757 July. George, Lord Anson
  5. 1762 June. George Dunk, Earl of Halifax
  6. 1762 October. George Grenville
  7. 1763 April. John Montagu, Earl of Sandwich
  8. 1763 September. John Perceval, Earl of Egmont
  9. 1766 September. Sir Charles Saunders
  10. 1766 December. Sir Edward Hawke
  11. 1771 January. John Montagu, Earl of Sandwich
  12. 1782 April. Augustus Keppel (Viscount Keppel)
  13. 1783 January. Richard, Viscount Howe
  14. 1783 April. Augustus, Viscount Keppel
  15. 1783 December. Richard, Viscount Howe
  16. 1788 July. John Pitt, Earl of Chatham
  17. 1794 December. George, Earl Spencer
  18. 1801 February. John Jervis, Earl of St Vincent
  19. 1804 May. Henry Dundas, Viscount Melville
  20. 1805 May. Charles Middleton, Lord Barham
  21. 1806 February. Charles Grey
  22. 1806 September. Thomas Grenville
  23. 1807 April. Henry Phipps, Lord Mulgrave
  24. 1810 May. Charles Yorke
  25. 1812 March. Robert Dundas, Viscount Melville
  26. 1827 May. William, Duke of Clarence
  27. 1828 September. Robert Dundas, Viscount Melville
  28. 1830 November. Sir James Graham
  29. 1834 June. George Eden, Lord Auckland
  30. 1834 December. Thomas, Earl De Grey
  31. 1835 April. George Eden, Lord Auckland
  32. 1835 September. Gilbert Elliot, Earl of Minto
  33. 1841 September. Thomas Hamilton, Earl of Haddington
  34. 1846 January. Edward Law, Earl of Ellenborough
  35. 1846 July. George Eden, Earl of Auckland
  36. 1849 January. Sir Francis Baring
  37. 1852 March. Algernon Percy, Duke of Northumberland
  38. 1853 January. Sir James Graham
  39. 1855 March. Sir Charles Wood
  40. 1858 March. Sir John Pakington
  41. 1859 June. Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset
  42. 1866 July. Sir John Pakington
  43. 1867 March. Henry Lowry Corry
  44. 1868 December. Hugh Childers
  45. 1871 March. George Goschen
  46. 1874 March. George Ward Hunt
  47. 1877 August. William Henry Smith
  48. 1880 May. Thomas Baring, Earl of Northbrook
  49. 1885 July. Lord George Hamilton
  50. 1886 February. George Robinson, Marquess of Ripon
  51. 1886 August. Lord George Hamilton
  52. 1892 August. John, Earl of Spencer
  53. 1895 July. George Goschen
  54. 1900 November. William Palmer, Earl of Selborne
  55. 1905 March. Frederick Campbell, Earl of Cawdor
  56. 1905 December. Edward Marjoribanks, Lord Tweedmouth
  57. 1908 April. Reginald McKenna
  58. 1911 October. Winston Churchill
  59. 1915 May. Arthur Balfour
  60. 1916 December. Sir Edward Carson
  61. 1917 July. Sir Eric Geddes
  62. 1919 January. Walter Long
First Lords of the Admiralty 1920-1963
  1. 1921 February. Arthur, Viscount Lee
  2. 1922 October. Leopold Amery
  3. 1924 January. Frederic Thesiger, Viscount Chelmsford
  4. 1924 November. William Bridgeman (Viscount Bridgeman)
  5. 1929 June. Albert Alexander
  6. 1931 August. Sir Austen Chamberlain
  7. 1931 November. Sir Bolton Eyres-Monsell (Viscount Monsell)
  8. 1936 June. Sir Samuel Hoare
  9. 1937 May. Alfred Duff Cooper
  10. 1938 October. James, Earl Stanhope
  11. 1939 September. Winston Churchill
  12. 1940 May. Albert Alexander
  13. 1945 May. Brendan Bracken
  14. 1945 August. Albert Alexander
  15. 1946 October. George, Viscount Hall
  16. 1951 May. Francis, Lord Pakenham
  17. 1951 November. James Thomas (Viscount Cilcennin)
  18. 1956 September. Quintin Hogg, Viscount Hailsham
  19. 1957 January. George Douglas-Hamilton, Earl of Selkirk
  20. 1959 October. Peter, Baron Carrington
  21. 1963 October. George, Earl Jellicoe

Item Descriptions

Fonds. Records of the Navy Board and the Board of Admiralty, 1744 - 1957

Series ADM 1. Admiralty and Secretariat. Correspondence and Papers, 1744 - 1957

The documents forming the basis of this Series began as official correspondence directed to the Secretary of the Admiralty, for the information of the Lord Admiral or the Lords Commissioners. In time, this Series developed into a collection of correspondence to, from and within all departments of the Admiralty.

The earliest records in this Series consist of in-letters only but, during the nineteenth century, minutes were increasingly noted on the in-letters. From 1869 special minute sheets were attached to important letters when they were received. Drafts of related out-letters gradually came to be placed with the in-letters as well and, after 1869, copies of related out-letters were placed with the in-letters, so that with the grouping together of papers on a given subject the Series became composed of files of the modern type. The in-letters up to 1839 have been grouped together by type of correspondent.

This Series comprises correspondence and papers in the form of Admiral and other officer's letters, letters from private individuals, companies and organisations. The material filmed selectively by the Australian Joint Copying Project relate to a wide variety of topics such as exploration and surveying, incidents arising from the protection of British political and trading interests, administration of the Navy and its various departments as well as the command of individual ships.

All pieces with the exception of 3824, 5553, 5755, 7513, 7514, 7592, 7610, 7654, 7671, 7730, 7806, 7989, 8003 and 8140, which have been filmed in their entirety by the Australian Joint Copying Project.

Existence and Location of Originals

The National Archives of the UK (TNA).

Series Reference: ADM 1. For further information, see ADM 1 at TNA (http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/browse/r/h/C1710).

Existence and Location of Copies

The original AJCP microfilm of the records filmed from this collection is available at the National Library of Australia [https://nla.gov.au/nla.cat-vn2057928] as well as other institutions holding AJCP microfilm.

Subjects

Great Britain: Admiralty; Great Britain: Royal Navy; Admiral; British Naval Correspondence

Subseries (Pieces 9-6039). Original Series (1st group), 1744 - 1931
Subseries (Pieces 9-53). Letters from Admirals etc. - Brazils, 1809 - 1839
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Sidney Smith), 1809 (File 19. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Admirals' despatches: South America (M. Dixon), 1813 - 1814 (File 22. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Thomas Hardy), 1820 (File 25. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Robert Otway), 1827 (File 30. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Admirals' despatches: South America (T. Baker), 1830 (File 32. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Admirals' despatches: South America (T. Baker), 1830 (File 33. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Admirals' despatches: South America (T. Baker), 1830 (File 34. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Thomas Baker), 1831 (File 35. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Thomas Baker), 1831 (File 37. AJCP Reel No: 3282)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Thomas Baker), 1832 (File 38. AJCP Reel No: 3282)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Thomas Baker), 1832 (File 39. AJCP Reel No: 3282)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Thomas Baker), 1833 (File 40. AJCP Reel No: 3282)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Michael Seymour), 1833 (File 41. AJCP Reel No: 3282)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Michael Seymour), 1833 - 1834 (File 42. AJCP Reel No: 3282)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Graham Hamond), 1834 - 1835 (File 43. AJCP Reel No: 3282)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Graham Hamond), 1835 (File 44. AJCP Reel No: 3282)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Graham Hamond), 1835 - 1836 (File 45. AJCP Reel No: 3282)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Graham Hamond), 1836 (File 46. AJCP Reel No: 3282)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Graham Hamond), 1836 - 1837 (File 47. AJCP Reel No: 3282)
Admirals' despatches: South America (Sir Graham Hamond), 1837 (File 48. AJCP Reel No: 3282)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (C. Ross) and South America (Sir Graham Hamond), 1837 (File 50. AJCP Reel No: 3282)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (C. Ross), 1839 (File 53. AJCP Reel No: 3282)
Subseries (Pieces 160-220). Letters from Admirals etc. - East Indies, 1744 - 1840
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (T. Griffin. E. Boscawen and C. Barnett), 1744 - 1753 (File 160. AJCP Reel No: 3217)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (C. Watson, Sir George Pocock and W. Lisle), 1750 - 1761 (File 161. AJCP Reel No: 3217-3218)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (C. Stevens, S. Cornish and J. Byron), 1757 - 1766 (File 162. AJCP Reel No: 3218)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir John Lindsay and Sir Robert Harland), 1769 - 1775 (File 163. AJCP Reel No: 3218-3219)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Hughes), 1773 - 1782 (File 164. AJCP Reel No: 3219)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Vernon, Sir Hyde Parker. Sir Richard Bickerton, C. Hughes and A. Mitchell), 1776 - 1787 (File 165. AJCP Reel No: 3219-3220)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Hughes), 1783 - 1787 (File 166. AJCP Reel No: 3220)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (W. Cornwallis and P. Rainier), 1788 - 1794 (File 167. AJCP Reel No: 3220-3221)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (P. Rainier), 1795 - 1797 (File 168. AJCP Reel No: 3221-3222)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (P. Rainier and J. Blankett), 1798 - 1799 (File 169. AJCP Reel No: 3222-3223)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (P. Rainier and J. Blankett), 1800 (File 170. AJCP Reel No: 3223-3224)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (P. Rainier and J. Blankett), 1801 (File 171. AJCP Reel No: 3224-3225)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (P. Rainier and Sir Home Popham), 1802 (File 172. AJCP Reel No: 3225-3226)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (P. Rainier), 1803 (File 173. AJCP Reel No: 3226-3227)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (P. Rainier and Sir Edward Pellew), 1804 (File 174. AJCP Reel No: 3227-3228)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (P. Rainier and Sir Edward Pellew), 1804 - 1806 (File 175. AJCP Reel No: 3228-3229)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (P. Rainier, Sir Edward Pellew and Sir Thomas Troubridge), 1805 (File 176. AJCP Reel No: 3229-3230)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Thomas Troubridge and Sir Edward Pellew), 1806 (File 177. AJCP Reel No: 3230-3231)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Thomas Troubridge and Sir Edward Pellew), 1806 (File 178. AJCP Reel No: 3231-3232)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Pellew and W. Drury), 1807 (File 179. AJCP Reel No: 3232-3233)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Pellew and W. Drury), 1808 (File 180. AJCP Reel No: 3233)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Pellew and W. Drury), 1809 (File 181. AJCP Reel No: 3233-3234)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (W. Drury and Sir Edward Pellew), 1809 - 1810 (File 182. AJCP Reel No: 3234-3235)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (W. Drury. A. Bertie, C. Cole, Sir Samuel Hood, W. Broughton and R. Stopford), 1810 - 1811 (File 183. AJCP Reel No: 3235-3236)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (W. Broughton and Sir Samuel Hood), 1811 - 1812 (File 184. AJCP Reel No: 3236-3237)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Samuel Hood), 1812 - 1813 (File 185. AJCP Reel No: 3237-3238)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Samuel Hood), 1813 - 1814 (File 186. AJCP Reel No: 3238)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Samuel Hood and G. Burlton), 1813 - 1814 (File 187. AJCP Reel No: 3238-3239)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Samuel Hood, Sir George Burlton and G. Sayer), 1814 - 1815 (File 188. AJCP Reel No: 3239-3240)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir George Burlton, Sir Richard King, G. Sayer and R. O'Brien), 1814 - 1817 (File 189. AJCP Reel No: 3240)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Richard King, Sir Henry Blackwood and R. Lambert), 1817 - 1820 (File 190. AJCP Reel No: 3240-3241)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Henry Blackwood), 1820 - 1822 (File 191. AJCP Reel No: 3241-3242)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (C. Grant, J. Bingham, Sir James Brisbane and W. Gage), 1822 - 1826 (File 192. AJCP Reel No: 3242)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (W. Gage and Sir Edward Owen), 1826 - 1829 (File 193. AJCP Reel No: 3242-3243)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (W. Gage and Sir Edward Owen), 1829 - 1830 (File 194. AJCP Reel No: 3243-3244)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen), 1829 - 1830 (File 195. AJCP Reel No: 3244-3245)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen and W. Gage), 1829 - 1830 (File 196. AJCP Reel No: 3245-3246)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen), 1830 (File 197. AJCP Reel No: 3246)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen), 1830 (File 198. AJCP Reel No: 3246-3247)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen), 1830 (File 199. AJCP Reel No: 3247-3248)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen), 1830 - 1831 (File 200. AJCP Reel No: 3248-3249)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen), 1831 (File 201. AJCP Reel No: 3249)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen), 1831 (File 202. AJCP Reel No: 3249-3250)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen), 1831 (File 203. AJCP Reel No: 3250-3251)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen and Sir John Gore), 1831 - 1832 (File 204. AJCP Reel No: 3251-3252)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen), 1831 (File 205. AJCP Reel No: 3252)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen), 1831 - 1832 (File 206. AJCP Reel No: 3252-3253)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen), 1832 (File 207. AJCP Reel No: 3253)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen and Sir John Gore), 1832 (File 208. AJCP Reel No: 3254)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Edward Owen and Sir John Gore), 1832 (File 209. AJCP Reel No: 3254-3255)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir John Gore and Sir Edward Owen), 1832 - 1833 (File 210. AJCP Reel No: 3255-3256)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir John Gore), 1833 (File 211. AJCP Reel No: 3256)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir John Gore), 1833 - 1834 (File 212. AJCP Reel No: 3256-3257)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir John Gore and Sir Thomas Capel), 1833 - 1834 (File 213. AJCP Reel No: 3257-3258)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir John Gore and Sir Thomas Capel), 1834 - 1835 (File 214. AJCP Reel No: 3258-3259)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir John Gore and Sir Thomas Capel), 1835 (File 215. AJCP Reel No: 3259-3260)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Thomas Capel), 1835 - 1836 (File 216. AJCP Reel No: 3260-3261)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Thomas Capel and Sir Frederick Maitland), 1836 - 1837 (File 217. AJCP Reel No: 3261-3262)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Thomas Capel and Sir Frederick Maitland), 1837 - 1838 (File 218. AJCP Reel No: 3262)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Frederick Maitland, Sir Gordon Bremer and G. Elliot), 1838 - 1840 (File 219. AJCP Reel No: 3263)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Frederick Maitland), 1838 - 1839 (File 220. AJCP Reel No: 3263-3264)
Subseries (Pieces 1453-1976). Captains Letters - Surnames A-H, 1764 - 1839
Captains' letters (A), 1809 - 1810 (File 1453. (ff.Cap.A1-55). AJCP Reel No: 3265)

Francis W. Austen - mostly letters on St. Albans voyage to China through East Indies, etc.

Captains' letters (W. Brereton), 1764 - 1767 (File 1494. (ff.Cap.11). AJCP Reel No: 3265-3266)

William Brereton of Falmouth - Letters from Manila Bay, East Indies etc.

Captains' letters (W. Brereton), 1768 - 1771 (File 1495. (ff.Cap.7). AJCP Reel No: 3266)

William Brereton - Letters mostly on the Phillippines.

Captains' letters (W. Brereton), 1773 - 1774 (File 1496. (ff.Cap.15). AJCP Reel No: 3266)

William Brereton from Centaur.

Items of interest include: Letter on expedition to Manila 18th March 1774.

Captains' letters (W. Brereton), 1776 (File 1497. (ff.Cap.5). AJCP Reel No: 3266)

Items of interest include:

William Brereton - Letter requesting copy of survey held on H.M.S. Falmouth at Manila, 12 January 1764. London, 16th May 1776.

Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1788 - 1790 (File 1506. (ff.Cap.9). AJCP Reel No: 3266)

William Bligh's letters on Bounty mutiny, 2nd January 1788 - 27th December, 1790.

Captains' letters (B), 1791 - 1792 (File 1507. (Cap.7, Cap.8). AJCP Reel No: 3266)

Items of interest include:

John Blankett - Letters and map relating to voyage of Leopard through Timor Sea 5th May 1791 - 8th March 1792.

William Bligh - Letters 7th February 1791 - 8 October 1792.

Captains' letters (B), 1792 - 1793 (File 1508. (ff.Cap.B.120, 270, 274) AJCP Reel No: 3266)

Items of interest include:

Cap.B.120 William Bligh - Letters from St. Helen 25th December, 1792 and St. Vincent 23rd January, 1793.

Cap.B.270 William Broughton

B.274 Letters on equipping Providence for voyage to North Pacific - 15th October - 4th December 1793.

Captains' letters (B), 1794 (File 1509. (ff.Cap.B.164-167, 272-286). AJCP Reel No: 3266)

Items of interest include:

Cap.B.164-167

William Bligh:

Letters 1794

Pamphlet entitled 'An Answer to Certain Assertions' 1794.

Cap.B.272-286

William Broughton:

Letters and list of provisions received for Providence's expedition 1794.

Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1795 (File 1510. (ff.Cap.B.347-350). AJCP Reel No: 3266)

Cap.B.347-350

William Bligh - letters 8-25 May, 1795.

Captains' letters (B), 1795 (File 1511.(ff.Cap.B.351-361, 565-567). AJCP Reel No: 3266)

Cap.B.351-361: William Bligh - letters 1795.

Cap.B.565-567: William Broughton - letters including one from Port Jackson (5 October) 1795.

Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1796 (File 1512. (ff.Cap.B.299-300). AJCP Reel No: 3266)

William Bligh - letters 1796.

Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1796 (File 1513. (ff.Cap.B.301-311). AJCP Reel No: 3266)
Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1797 (File 1516. (ff.Cap.B.918-935). AJCP Reel No: 3266)
Captains' letters (B) (William Bligh), 1798 (File 1518. (ff.Cap.B.234-243). AJCP Reel No: 3266)
Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1799 (File 1521. (ff.Cap.B.248-251). AJCP Reel No: 3266)
Captains' letters (B) (William Bligh), 1800 (File 1523. (ff.Cap.B.173-189) AJCP Reel No: 3266)
Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1801 (File 1525. (ff.Cap.B.224-252). AJCP Reel No: 3266)

(Also letters from John Bligh).

Captains' letters (W. Bowen), 1801 (File 1526. (ff.Cap.B.310). AJCP Reel No: 3266)

Items of interest include:

Letter on Daniel Smith who was with Vancouver on Discovery at the Sandwich Islands, March 1794 - November 1795.

Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1802 (File 1527. (ff.Cap.B.153). AJCP Reel No: 3266)

Items of interest include:

Letter 4 June, 1802.

Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1803 (File 1529. (ff.Cap.B.380-389). AJCP Reel No: 3266)
Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1804 (File 1532. (ff.Cap.B.410-417). AJCP Reel No: 3266)
Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1805 (File 1534. (ff.Cap.B.7-15). AJCP Reel No: 3267)
Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1806 (File 1538. (ff.Cap.B.132-320). AJCP Reel No: 3267)
Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1807 (File 1540. (ff.Cap.B.295-300). AJCP Reel No: 3267)
Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1807 (File 1541. (ff.Cap.B.301-304). AJCP Reel No: 3267)
Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1808 (File 1544. (ff.Cap.B.343-354). AJCP Reel No: 3267)
Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1809 (File 1546. (ff.Cap.B.206-211). AJCP Reel No: 3267)
Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1809 (File 1547. (ff.Cap.B.208, 234). AJCP Reel No: 3267)

Cap.B.208: William Bligh - from H.M.S. Porpoise in the Derwent, Van Diemen's Land, 10 June 1809, enclosures 8 May 1809.

Cap.B.234: From H.M.S. Porpoise in the Derwent 31 July 1809 - Copies of letters from David Collins May - June 1809.

Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1809 (File 1548. (f.Cap.B.167). AJCP Reel No: 3267)

Items of interest include:

Letter from N.S.W. 10 July 1809.

Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1810 (File 1549. AJCP Reel No: 3267)

Items of interest include:

Cap.B.447

ff. 520-525 re conduct of Colonel Collins

ff. 542-543 Letter enclosing list of vessels from Rio de Janeiro 1810-10-24

f.576 Letter re charges against Lt. Hunt

f.579 (Durham Place, Lambeth) re native being brought home

ff.609-610, f.623, f.628, f.635: William Bligh letters

Captains' letters (W. Bligh), 1811 (File 1550. AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.B.666-667 a,b,c, 678, 690, 709, 728, 749, 776, 830: William Bligh letters.

Captains' letters (J. Bowen), 1822 (File 1569. (f.Cap.B.62). AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

John Bowen - proposes use of Kauri timber for spars and a logging industry in New Zealand, 4 May 1822.

Captains' letters (G. Byron), 1824 (File 1571. AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.B.135, 137, 151-156, 161-162, 177, 198, 208, 210-212, 215, 220-225, 235, 242, 275.

George Anson Byron - Letters on Expedition to Sandwich Islands to return remains of dead Native King and Queen. Mostly on preparations for the voyage August 1824.

Captains' letters (B), 1824 - 1825 (File 1572. AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.B.15, 104: J.J. Gordon Bremer - Tamar at Sydney Cove 1 August 1824 and Port Cockburn Melville Island 1 October 1824.

ff.Cap.B.109-110: George Anson Byron - letters 1824-1825.

f.B.111: J.J. Gordon Bremer - Tamar at Port Cockburn. Extract of a letter to Cook. 11 November 1824.

Francis Mason - Blonde at Valparaiso has met Captain Seymour from Challenger recently in the Society Islands. Also letters from Tahitian Chiefs.

ff.B.141, 146: J.J. Gordon Bremer - letters from Bombay 20 and 22 January 1825, and at sea 4 December, 1824 and enclosure by Lt. Septimus Roe.

f.B.170: George Anson Byron - Letter Valparaiso. 9 February 1825.

Captains' letters (F. Beechey), 1826 (File 1573. (Cap.B.257). AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

Frederick William Beechey - Blossom at Woahoo, Sandwich Islands, 21 May 1826.

Captains' letters (F. Beechey, J.J. Gordon Bremer), 1826 (File 1574. AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.B.69, 75: Frederick William Beechey - letters from Woahoo 30 May 1826 and Awaska Bay 29 June 1826.

f.Cap.B.173: J.J. Gordon Bremer - letters from Brig. Mary Anne at Bunburra (?) July 1827.

Captains' letters (F. Beechey), 1827 (File 1576. (ff.Cap.B.40-42). AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Frederick William Beechey - Letters

Captains' letters (P. Blackwood), 1833 (File 1581. (ff.Cap.B.102,105). AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.B.102. Price Blackwood. Letter from H.M.S. Imogen at Derwent, Van Diemen's Land. 18 January 1833.

f.Cap.B.105. Price Blackwood. Sydney. 13 July 1833.

Captains' letters (P. Blackwood), 1833 (File 1582. (f.Cap.24). AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

Price Blackwood - Letters from Sydney, 31 July 1833 (stamped Feb 1834).

Captains' letters (B), 1834 - 1835 (File 1583. (ff.Cap.B.10, 194). AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.B.10: Price Blackwood - Imogen at Singapore. 2 August 1834.

f.Cap.B.194: William Barron - Letters from H.M. Sloop Rose at Singapore July 1835.

Captains' letters (P. Blackwood), 1835 (File 1584.(f.Cap.B.14). AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

Price Blackwood - Letter from Hyacinth, Sydney. 5 August 1835.

Captains' letters (Sir Gordon Bremer), 1837 (File 1585. (ff.Cap.B.106-107, 118, 145). AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

J.J. Gordon Bremer. Voyage of Alligator 1837.

Captains' letters (B), 1838 (File 1586. AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.B.11, 16, 23, 27: J.J. Gordon Bremer - Letters from H.M.S. Alligator at Port Essington. 1838.

f.Cap.B.46: Edward Belcher - Letter from H.M.S. Sulphur at Oahu, Sandwich Islands. 21 July 1837.

Cap.B.53: J.J. Gordon Bremer. Letter.

ff.Cap.B.69-70: H.W. Bruce - from Imogen Sandwich Islands.

f.Cap.B.79: Edward Belcher - Letter from Sandwich Islands. 24 July 1837.

ff.Cap.B.90-91, 146: J.J. Gordon Bremer - Letters from Teneriffe and Rio de Janeiro, 20 March 1838, 1 May 1838.

f.Cap.B.159: Edward Belcher - Letter from Imogen mentioning Tahiti, Pitcairn Island, etc., 1838.

ff.Cap.B.182, 188: J.J. Gordon Bremer - Alligator at Port Essington. 1838

f.Cap.B.187: James W. Booth - Letters from Cecil Hills near Liverpool, New South Wales. 14 April 1838.

Captains' letters (B), 1838 - 1839 (File 1587. (ff.Cap.B.72-168, 223). AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.B.72-168: J.J. Gordon Bremer. Letters. 1839.

f.Cap.B.223: Edward Belcher - Sulphur at Sandwich Islands. Has surveyed Island known as 'Clipperton's Rock' on Arrowsmith's Chart. 10 June 1839.

Captains' letters (C), 1766 - 1771 (File 1609. (ff.Cap.3, 13). AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.3: James Cook: Letters. 1768-1771.

f.Cap.13: Philip Carteret: Letters. 1766-1769.

Captains' letters (J. Cook), 1772 - 1775 (File 1610. (f.Cap.5). AJCP Reel No: 3268)
Captains' letters (J. Cook), 1776 (File 1611. (Cap.1). AJCP Reel No: 3268)
Captains' letters (C), 1778 - 1779 (File 1612. (ff.Cap.34, 35). AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interests include:

f.Cap.34: James Cook: letters. M.P.183 Chart of N.W. Coast of America as enclosure to letters of 20th October, 1778.

f.Cap.35: Charles Blerke (with Cook): Letters. 1779.

Captains' letters (J. Colnett), 1798 (File 1625. AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

James Colnett - letters from India with mention of expedition against Manila. 7 July 1798.

Captains' letters (J. Colnett), 1802 (File 1632. (ff.Cap.C.177-233). AJCP Reel No: 3268)

Items of interest include:

James Colnett - Letters preparing for (and en route) transport of convicts to N.S.W. in Glatton 1802.

Captains' letters (J. Colnett), 1803 (File 1634. (ff.Cap.C.431-473). AJCP Reel No: 3269)
Captains' letters (W. Case), 1813 (File 1666. (f.Cap.C.220). AJCP Reel No: 3269)

Items of interest include:

William Case - H.M.S. Sloop Samarang at Sydney Cove, Port Jackson. 7 February 1813.

Captains' letters (W. Case), 1813 - 1814 (File 1667. (ff.Cap.C.467-9, 483, 489). AJCP Reel No: 3269)

Items of interest include:

Copies of letters from Lachlan Macquarie, Robert Campbell and William Case on Samerang incident, Sydney. 8 August 1813.

Other letters from and about Case 1813-1814.

Captains' letters (W. Case), 1815 (File 1668. (f.Cap.C.32). AJCP Reel No: 3269)

Items of interest include:

William Case - Letter. Staines 8 February 1815.

Captains' letters (W. Case), 1815 (File 1669. (ff.Cap.C.260, 312). AJCP Reel No: 3269)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.C.260: William Case - Letter Vauxhall. 11 July 1815.

f.C.312: Letter on expenses of trial at Sydney includes extract of proceedings. 1815.

Captains' letters (C), 1816 (File 1670. (ff.Cap.C.93, 275). AJCP Reel No: 3269)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.C.93: Christopher Cole - Statement of Services of William Henry Treble, including an account of attack on Banda Islands, Straits of Malacca, 1810. 24 March 1816.

f.Cap.C.275: Campbell of H.M. Sloop Hesper - report on shoals in Dampier Strait and on N.E. Coast of Sumatra. 16 November 1816.

Captains' letters (C), 1822 (File 1676. (f.Cap.C.74-76). AJCP Reel No: 3269)

Items of interest include:

Campbell. Letters written on return of Samarang to England 1822.

Captains' letters (M. Currie), 1823 (File 1677. (f.Cap.C.168). AJCP Reel No: 3269)

Items of interest include:

Currie. Satellite at Port Jackson 26 June 1823.

Captains' letters (T. Coe), 1824 (File 1678. (f.Cap.C.160). AJCP Reel No: 3269)

Items of interest include:

H.M. Ship Tees at Sydney N.S.W. 12 March 1824.

Enclosure written from Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, 3rd February 1824.

Captains' letters (C), 1836 - 1837 (File 1690. AJCP Reel No: 3269)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.C.91: A. Maconochie, 21 Regent Street. To J. Franklin, Van Diemen's Land. 27 July 1836.

f.Cap.C.117: R. Crozier - H.M. Sloop Victoria at Hobart, enclosure mentioned (i.e. Remark Book) not included. 11 February 1837.

f.Cap.C.172: H.D. Chads of H.M.S. Andromache. Letter form H.M.S. Sloop Raleigh Singapore. 6 March 1837.

f.Cap.C.182: Letter. Enclosure Penang 24 September 1837. 19 October 1837.

Captains' letters (H. Chads), 1838 (File 1691. (f.Cap.C.139-140). AJCP Reel No: 3269)

Items of interest include:

Letters Fareham 1 and 14 November 1838.

Captains' letters (J. Duke), 1800 (File 1721.(f.Cap.D.117). AJCP Reel No: 3269)

Items of interest include:

John Duke of Madras - Mostly on British/ Chinese relations; one on a passage through Straits of Malacca. 22 September 1800.

Captains' letters (J. Digby), 1813 (File 1735. (f.Cap.D.172). AJCP Reel No: 3269)

Items of interest include:

Digby - H.M.S. Theban at Straits of Sunda 18 January 1813.

Captains' letters (R. Dundas), 1826 (File 1746. (f.Cap.D.64). AJCP Reel No: 3269)

Items of interest include:

Richard Saunders, Dundas.

H.M.S. Volage at Sydney N.S.W. 20 December 1826.

Copy of a letter from James Stirling on H.M.S. Success 20 December 1826.

Captains' letters (D), 1831 - 1832 (File 1749. AJCP Reel No: 3269-3270)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.D.35: DeSanmarez - Visit of H.M.S. Sloop Zebra to New Zealand, Port Jackson. 20 December 1831.

f.Cap.D.60: E. Drury - Asks for leave of absence to remain in Java. 17 January 1832.

f.Cap.D.64: William Townsend Dacre - H.M.S. Sulphur at King George's Sound. Enclosure Hobart Town 2 June 1832. December 1831.

f.Cap.D.86: D. DeSanmarez - Letter on invalided seamen, Port Jackson. 25 February 1832.

f.Cap.D.88, 91: D. DeSanmarez - not proceeding to South Sea Islands on account of his health. London. Enclosures written at Port Jackson. 1 September 1832.

f.Cap.D.129: W. Townsend Dacre - H.M.S. Sulphur in Western Australia. Copy of letter from James Stirling enclosed. 12 December 1832.

Captains' letters (E. Edwards), 1790 - 1792 (File 1763. (f.Cap.E.7). AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

Edward Edwards - Pandora's voyage to arrest Bounty mutineers. October 1790 - October 1792.

Captains' letters (J. Elphinstone), 1793 (File 1764. (Cap.E.26). AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

I. Elphinstone of H.M. Sloop Atlanta - has met Bligh on Providence at Cape Town, 22 February 1792.

Captains' letters (T. Eaglestone), 1818 (File 1772. (f.Cap.E.3). AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

Mary Eaglestone, widow of Thomas Eaglestone of Samarang who died at Batavia. Blackheath, 20 April 1818.

Captains' letters (G. Elliot), 1830 (File 1774. (f.Cap.E.27). AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

'Brief statement of the public services of Captain the Hon. George Eliot R.N.'

Captains' letters (E), 1838 - 1839 (File 1775. (ff.Cap.E.4, 22). AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.E.4: Thomas Evans - mentions his surveys of Prince of Wales Island and Straits of Singapore (20 years ago). 6 February 1838.

f.Cap.E.22: R. Elliot - H.M. Sloop Ely arrived in Callas from cruise to Marquesas, Sandwich and Society and Pitcairn Islands. 20 January 1839.

Captains' letters (T. Furneaux), 1768 - 1775 (File 1789. (f.Cap.F.13). AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

Tobias Furneaux - Letters (Captain of Adventure on Cook's second voyage).

Captains' letters (T. Furneaux), 1776 - 1777 (File 1790. (f.Cap.F.6). AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

Tobais Furneaux of H.M. Syrex.

Captains' letters (M. Flinders), 1801 (File 1800. AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.F.57-62, 64, 66-67. Matthew Flinders - letters.

Captains' letters (M. Flinders), 1802 (File 1801. (Cap.F.107-109). AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

Mathew Flinders - Letters from Port Jackson 12 May and 15 May 1802, and False Bay, Cape of Good Hope (1802).

Captains' letters (M. Flinders), 1803 (File 1802. (f.Cap.F.221). AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

Matthew Flinders - from Cumberland at Wreck Reef, September 1803.

Captains' letters (F), 1804 (File 1803. AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

Ferrier of Albion - China convoy from Straits of Malacca to St. Helena. St Helena, 9 June 1804.

f.Cap.F.141: Charles Fleming of H.M.S. Egyptienne - French squadron Pulo Timor and Dutch Squadron off Java. St Helena. 24 April 1804.

f.Cap.F.149, 151: Matthew Flinders - letters from Mauritius and one from W.H. Chapman enclosing Flinder's surveys on the coast of New Holland. 1804.

Captains' letters (F), 1805 - 1806 (File 1804. AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.F.75: Matthew Flinders - Letters from Isle of Francis. 13 March 1805.

f.Cap.F.151: Francis W. Fayeman - Voyage of Athenian from China touching on Sumatra to St. Helena with convoy. Portsmouth Harbour. 19 September 1805.

f.Cap.54: W.A. Standert - on Flinders, Portsmouth. 11 January 1806.

f.Cap.F.55: Matthew Flinders - Letter from Isle of France. 13 April 1806.

f.Cap.F.56: W.A. Standert – Letter. 8 May 1806.

Captains' letters (M. Flinders), 1807 (File 1805. (f.Cap.F.88). AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

Matthew Flinders - Letter from Isle of France, 1807.

Captains' letters (F), 1808 - 1809 (File 1806. (ff.Cap.F.70, 7). AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.F.70: Matthew Flinders - letter from Isle of France. 20 January 1808.

f.Cap.F.7: W. Ferrier of Albion - mentions Swallow and other ships at Penang. 21 January 1809.

Captains' letters (M. Flinders), 1810 (File 1807. AJCP Reel No: 3270)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.F.202: Matthew Flinders. Letters 25 and 27 October 1810. Copy of a letter from P.G. King 13 September 1810. Hugh Hope 9 March 1810. Monistrol (Isle de France) 28 July 1807. Decres (Paris) 21 March 1806.

ff.215-216, 218, 224, 226, 240: Mathew Flinders: Letters - London, 8 November 1810; London, 15 November 1810; London, 20 November 1810; Boston, 8 December 1810.

Captains' letters (M. Flinders), 1811 (File 1808. (f.Cap.F.325-465). AJCP Reel No: 3270)
Captains' letters (F), 1811 - 1812 (File 1809. AJCP Reel No: 3270-3271)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.F.20: William Flint - Letter from Batavian Roads, 4 September 1811.

f.Cap.F.62: robert W.G. Festing - Acting Captain of H.M.S. Psyche at Batavian Roads. 1 September, 1811.

F.80, 82, 89, 98, 120, 130a: Matthew Flinders - letters London 13 and 18 April 1812 and Reports on magnetic needle 26 April, 10 May, 1 June and 4 July 1812.

F.136: Robert W.G. Festing - Dutch soldiers taken on board at Batavia. Andorer 8 July 1812.

F.178: Matthew Flinders - Letter London 26 August 1812.

F.230: Letter 27 November 1812.

Captains' letters (M. Flinders), 1814 (File 1811. (f.Cap.F.70). AJCP Reel No: 3271)

Items of interest include:

Matthew Flinders - Letters 14th April 1814.

Captains' letters (J. Fyffe), 1815 (File 1813. (f.Cap.F.65). AJCP Reel No: 3271)

Items of interest include:

F.W. Fyffe of H.M.S. Indefatigable - mentions New Zealand whalers Callao Bay, South America, 26 October 1815.

Captains' letters (T. Stillwell on behalf of W. Flint), 1821 (File 1815. (f.Cap.F.32). AJCP Reel No: 3271)

Items of interest include:

Thomas Stillwell - William Flint to renew his leave of absence at Singapore, Island of Batavia, London, 14th July 1821.

Captains' letters (F), 1825 - 1828 (File 1816. AJCP Reel No: 3271)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.F.2 (1825): John...Ferguson of H.M.S. Mersey - letter London 20 January 1825.

27a: from Valpar[aiso?], 6 August 1824.

49: 13 February 1825

Cap.F.8 (1827): John Ferguson - has made charts in the Pacific Spithead 29 January 1827.

Cap.F.31 (1827): Recommends Lt. Richard Keane who was on Mersey in Pacific, Portsmouth 16 February, 1827.

Cap.F.6, 14 (1828): Henry Foster - H.M. Sloop Chanticleer on voyage to South Seas 1828.

Cap.F.15 (1828) John Ferguson - on M. Michel, gunner on Mersey in Pacific 1 February, 1828.

Cap.F.23-25, 30, 32, 35, 81, 83: H.M. Sloop Chanticleer on voyage to South Seas, 1828.

Cap.F.1. (1829): Henry Foster - at Monte Video, 5 October 1828.

F.18 (1829): Charles Fremantle of H.M.S. Challenger - Letters on carrying out orders to take possession of West Coast of New Holland near Cockburn Sound, Trinidad, 8 August 1829.

F.26: Henry Foster - At Monte Video, 21 September 1828.

F.27: Robert Fitzroy of H.M.S. Beagle - has taken command of Beagle. Rio de Janiero, 15 December 1828.

Captains' letters (F), 1828 - 1830 (File 1817. AJCP Reel No: 3271)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.F.31a (1829): Memorial of services of Capt. R.W.G. Festing and Robert Maunsell in East Indies 1811.

Cap.F.49, 53, 58, 62, 67: Henry Foster - Discovery of Deception Island, Table Bay 20 July 1829.

Cap.F.2, 4, 8-9, 13-15, 36, 39, 44, 51, 69, 76, 91 (1830): Henry Foster - Letters Table Bay 1829.

Cap.F.111: Philip King on H.M. Survey Vessel Adventure - on Indians brought home by Commander Fitzroy, Purfleet 27 October 1830.

Cap.F.112, 114-115, 117: Robert Fitzroy of H.M. Survey Ship Beagle - letters 1830.

119: Henry Foster - letter Maranham 17 August 1830.

Captains' letters (R. Fitzroy), 1831 - 1832 (File 1818. AJCP Reel No: 3271)

Items of interest include:

Cap.F.34 (1831), 36-4: Robert Fitzroy - Letters on Beagle in South America 1831.

F.45: Festing - on services of Colson Festing in expedition to St. George's Sound, Parkstone 14 August 1831. - enclosure by R. Darling 17 February 1831.

F.47, 57, 61, 28, 35: Robert Fitzroy - Beagle in South America 1831.

Cap.F.40, 40a (1832), 44, 49, 59, 81: Robert Fitzroy - Beagle in South America 1832.

Captains' letters (F), 1832 - 1833 (File 1819. AJCP Reel No: 3271)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.F.27 (1833): Robert Fitzroy - at Monte Video, 24 November 1832.

ff.Cap.F.57, 61, 63, 65, 67, 69: Charles Fremantle - visits Perth, Hobart, Sydney, Bay of Islands, Tahiti, Pitcairn Island, Valparasio. Letters written at Tahiti include a copy of 'Articles agreed upon between the United States of North America and head men of Tahiti'.

F.74: List of articles needed by Pitcairn Islanders.

f.F.76: Letter 23 July, 1833.

ff.Cap.F.83, 89: Robert Fitzroy - Letters 1833.

f.Cap.F.10 (1834), 17, 24, 64, 78: Robert Fitzroy - Voyage of the Beagle.

Captains' letters (F), 1834 - 1836 (File 1820. AJCP Reel No: 3271-3272)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.F.4 (1835), 18, 20, 31, 49, 67: Robert Fitzroy - voyage of Beagle

ff.Cap.F.3 (1836), 4, 8, 56-82: Robert Fitzroy - voyage of Beagle across Pacific to Port Jackson, Hobart, etc. to Falmouth.

Captains' letters (F), 1836 - 1838 (File 1821. AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.F.3-4 (1837), 6, 12, 16-17, 19, 27, 50, 56: Robert Fitzroy - after voyage of Beagle mostly routine matters 1837.

f.Cap.F.12 (1838): Robert Fitzroy - Letter on payment of Beagle's pilot E.M. Chaffer, 12 April 1838.

f.Cap.F.9: Charles H. Fremantle - returns from leave of absence.

Captains' letters (Sir Erasmus Gower), 1793 - 1794 (File 1841. AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.G.45-46 (1793): E. Gower of H.M. Ship Lion - Voyage to China through Rio de Janiero, Straits of Sunda, East Indies etc. 3 March - 27 December 1793.

ff.Cap.G.52-62 (1794): E. Gower - Return voyage 11 January 1794.

Captains' letters (C. Gordon), 1814 (File 1861. (f.Cap.G.121). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

Charles Gordon - On T. Matheson who had served in East Indies under Sir Christopher Cole. 17 June 1814.

Captains' letters (P. Grace), 1820 (File 1864. (f.Cap.G.36). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

Percy Grace - wounded as a Lieutenant on Charles Foote's Pormataise when attacked by pirates. 3 September 1809, 18 May 1820.

Captains' letters (G. Gambier), 1822 (File 1865. (f.Cap.G.40). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

(1823) George C. Gambier. H.M.S. Dauntless - William Groote now on H.M.S. Satellite N.S.W. has omitted to leave his remark book. Bombay, 31 December, 1822.

Captains' letters (D. Gilmour), 1827 (File 1866. (f.Cap.G.74). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

David Gilmour - Memorial accompanied Bligh in Providence to bring breadfruit from Otaheite to St. Vincent and Jamaica. Mentions attack by natives in Endeavour Straits. 2 November 1827.

Captains' letters (J. Gore), 1833 (File 1868. (f.Cap.G.56). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

(1833) John Gore - intends to emigrate to New South Wales and requests privileges due to servants of H.M.S. Goverment there. London 28 August 1833.

Captains' letters (G), 1837 - 1838 (File 1870. AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.G.11 (1837): George Grey of Cleopatra - Letter from Realjo.

Cap.G.37: James Gordon - Requests grant of land in New South Wales. Madeira. 6 June 1857.

Cap.G.24-27 (1838): George Grey - mostly on South America, but has instructions to touch at Sandwich Islands. San Blas 1 May, 1838.

Cap.G.57: George Grey - letter submitting log of Cleopatra. 1 April - 30 September 1838. Sheerness 13 November 1838.

Captains' letters (J. Hunter), 1789 - 1792 (File 1909. (f.Cap.N.12). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

Including 'particulars of a passage from Port Jackson' to England by the Northern Rout in 1791 and 1792' (72 and 2p.).

Captains' letters (H), 1794 (File 1911. (f.Cap.H.172-190). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

John Hunter - letters.

Captains' letters (J. Hanson), 1795 (File 1913. (ff.Cap.H.103-104). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

James Hanson - hired ship Daedalus at Rio de Janiero after leaving Port Jackson on 17 December 1794 with Governor Grose, Mr James Baise, Mr Edward Laing and Mr John White. 28th March, 795. - has arrived at Cork 22 June 1795.

Captains' letters (J. Hunter), 1796 (File 1915. (f.Cap.H.368). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

John Hunter - letter from Reliance. Sydney Cove 31 August 1796.

Captains' letters (J. Hunter), 1797 (File 1917. (ff.Cap.H.393-394). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

John Hunter - Letters. Sydney, New South Wales 10 July 1797.

Captains' letters (W. Hargood), 1798 (File 1918. (f.Cap.H.203). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

William Hargood - HMS Intrepid to take homeward trade through Straits of Sunda. Anson's Bay, China. 12 December 1798.

Captains' letters (H), 1798 (File 1919. (ff.Cap.506, 507a). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

John Hunter - Letters. Sydney, New South Wales. 3 September and 26 November 1798.

Captains' letters (J. Hunter), 1799 (File 1921. (f.Cap.H.586a). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

John Hunter - Letter. Sydney. New South Wales 15 August 1799.

Captains' letters (J. Hunter), 1800 (File 1923. (ff.Cap.H.588, 589, 589a). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

John Hunter - Letter. Sydney. New South Wales. 28 January 1800.

Captains' letters (J. Hunter), 1801 (File 1925. (ff.Cap.H.462-467). AJCP Reel No: 3272)
Captains' letters (H), 1802 (File 1926. AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.H.202: Jas. Hills - Enclosure from William Bligh, Yarmouth, 23 June 1801.

ff.271-272: John Hunter - Letters. 1802.

Captains' letters (P. Heyward), 1805 (File 1931. (f.Cap.H.99). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

Peter Heywood - asks to resign command of La Dedaigneuse

Enclosure from P. Rainer Prince of Wales Island January 1805. London, 16 September 1805.

Captains' letters (H), 1806 (File 1932. AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.250-251: William Hughes - recommends George Allder, previously carpenter under Flinders Great Nore, 2 and 9 November 1805.

f.Cap.H.255: John Hunter - requests leave to attend to matters relating to his administration of New South Wales. Portsmouth 15 May 1806.

Captains' letters (W. Heathcote), 1809 (File 1940. AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.H.52: Heathcote - HMS Lion at Port Cornwallis, Prince of Wales Island, 4 August 1809.

f.H.166: Enclosure is from William Bligh written on Porpoise in Derwent New South Wales complaining that Lt. Col. Paterson and Col. Collins are blocking communications between Bligh and inhabitants of the colony, 10 January 1809. Downes, 9 December 1809.

Captains' letters (W. Heathcote), 1810 (File 1941. (ff.Cap.H.188, 248). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

Heathcote - on purchase of Schooner Topaz at Malacca to prevent her falling into enemy hands. 25 May and 10 July 1810.

Captains' letters (W. Hanwell), 1811 (File 1944. (f.Cap.H.802). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

W. Hanwell, Grampus, Straits of Sunda, 29 April, 1811.

Captains' letters (H), 1811 - 1812 (File 1945. (ff.Cap.H.44, 56a, 66). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.H.44: Heathcote - HMS Lion at Bombay, 19 June 1811.

f.56a: George Harris - asks for usual renumeration for his services in delivering despatches on total surrender of the island of Java. (London) 18 January 1812.

f.66: On Lt. George Roe who fought with Harris in East Indies in 1811. 10 February 1812.

Captains' letters (G. Harris), 1812 (File 1946. (f.Cap.H.272). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

George Harris - Letter and enclosure on incident off Bantam Islands. 15 August 1812.

Captains' letters (W. Heathcote), 1813 (File 1947. (f.Cap.H.129). AJCP Reel No: 3272)

Items of interest include:

Heathcote: condition of HMS Lion which had served in the East Indies. 3 February 1813.

Captains' letters (C. Heywood), 1816 (File 1952. AJCP Reel No: 3272)

ff.Cap.H.58, 217, 240. On two natives kidnapped from Tahiti and plans for their return. 1816.

Captains' letters (G. Harris), 1831 (File 1965. AJCP Reel No: 3272)

ff.Cap.H.33, 122, 134, 161, 169. George Harris - Letters on best type of rope and cordage including quantities of New Zealand flax.

Captains' letters (George Harris), 1832 (File 1966. (f.Cap.H.23). AJCP Reel No: 3273)
Captains' letters (George Harris), 1833 (File 1967. (f.Cap.H.30a). AJCP Reel No: 3273)
Captains' letters (H), 1835 (File 1970. AJCP Reel No: 3273)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.H.155: George Harris - Letter. Colonial Ropery, Grimsby 22 July 1835. - Pamphlet: 'Observations on Harris's patent Rope...1835' 2d Ed. (35p.)

ff.Cap.H.172, 194: John Hindmarsh - His son wishes to colonise in South Australia. South Australia Office, 6 Delphi Terrace, 26 August 1835.

242-245: Purchase of brig Coquette for the survey of the South Australian Coast. December 1835.

Captains' letters (J. Hindmarsh), 1836 (File 1971. AJCP Reel No: 3273)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.H.38 (1835): John Hindmarsh. - On establishment of Vice Admiralty Court in Province of South Australia - Resolutions of a meeting of proprietors and colonists. 30 December 1835.

ff.Cap.H.77,95,100,104,129,137: Mostly routine letters. 1835-1836.

f.Cap.H.136 (1836): John Hindmarsh.

Captains' letters (H), 1836 (File 1972. (ff.Cap.H.154-188, 292). AJCP Reel No: 3273)

Items of interest include:

John Hindmarsh - mostly routine letters. 1836.

Buffalo at Rio de Janeiro, 10 October 1836.

Captains' letters (W. Hobson), 1837 (File 1973. (f.Cap.H.180). AJCP Reel No: 3273)

Items of interest include:

William Hobson - survey of health on HMS Rattlesnake. Port Jackson, 6 January 1837.

Captains' letters (H), 1837 (File 1974. AJCP Reel No: 3273)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.H.219, 223: John Hindmarsh - HMS Buffalo at Gulph of St. Vincent. 1 and 6 January 1837.

f.Cap.H.233: William Hobson - health on HMS Rattlesnake's boatswain. New South Wales. 4 January 1837.

284: Enclosure by J. Deas Thornton on services of Rattlesnake's surgeon, J. Bowler, in tending 400 feverstruck emigrants on Lady Nelson. Port Jackson, 11 May 1837.

Cap.H.304: John Hindmarsh - on Mr Wood Adelaide, 7 June 1837.

Cap.H.355, 356: John Hindmarsh - remarks on Mr Wood's notes on tides (4 March 1837) South Australia 1 August 1837.

Captains' letters (J. Hindmarsh), 1837 (File 1975. (ff.Cap.H.3,64). AJCP Reel No: 3273)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.H.3: John Hindmarsh - Letter. South Australia, 1 August.

f.Cap.H.64: Wives of marines to emigrate. Adelaide, South Australia. 2 September, 1837.

Captains' letters (H), 1838 (File 1976. AJCP Reel No: 3273)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.H.298: John Hollingsworth - asks leave to go to Sydney, New South Wales. Mount Pleasant, Plymouth. 15 September 1838.

ff.Cap.H.348, 351a: Harding - Letters from Pelorus at Swan River and Port Jackson, 1838.

f.Cap.H.377: William Hobson - List of despatches HMS Rattlesnake at Madras Roads. 14 August 1838.

f.Cap.H.400: John Hindmarsh - Reports his return from South Australia. London, 4 December, 1838.

f.Cap.417: William Hobson.

f.Cap.H.427: James Stirling - Letters. 1838.

Subseries (Pieces 2001-2371). Captains' Letters - Surnames I-Q, 1747 - 1839
Captains' letters (W. Jervoise), 1828 (File 2001. (f.Cap.J.2). AJCP Reel No: 3273)

Items of interest include:

(1829) M. Jervoise - HMS Success at Madras Roads, 15 September 1828.

Captains' letters (W. Jervoise), 1830 - 1835 (File 2002. AJCP Reel No: 3273)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.J.20 (1830): M. Jervoise - HMS Success in Western Australia 1829-1830. Cockburn Sound, 26 January 1830.

ff.Cap.J.3.(1831), 18, 19, 24, 40: M. Jervoise - HMS Success at Careening Cove, Garden Island. 1831. - At Portsmouth Harbour. 6 December, 1831.

ff.Cap.J.7.(1833), 9, 10: M. Jervoise - On Mr I. Smith, boat builder at Swan River. 1833.

f.Cap.J.1.(1835): M. Jervoise - On Richard Moorman, midshipman on HMS Success.

Captains' letters (R. Kempenfelt), 1765 (File 2012. (f.Cap.K.6). AJCP Reel No: 3273)

Items of interest include:

Richard Kempenfelt - at Manila in 1764.

Captains' letters (P.G. King), 1791 (File 2015. (f.Cap.K.20). AJCP Reel No: 3273)

Items of interest include:

Philip Gidley King - Letters Cape 3 July 1791.

Captains' letters (K), 1796 - 1797 (File 2017. (ff.Cap.K.54,106,107). AJCP Reel No: 3273)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.K.54 (1796): Chas. Henry Knowles - Proposes transportation to New South Wales as punishment for desertion. 9 January 1796.

ff.Cap.K.106, 107: Philip Gidley King - Letters. London and Sydney. 1796.

Captains' letters (P.G. King), 1798 - 1799 (File 2018. AJCP Reel No: 3273)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.K.94 (1798), 102, 104: Philip Gidley King - Letters. 1798.

ff.Cap.K.79 (1799), 79a: Philip Gidley King - Letters. London 3 and 9 October 1799.

Captains' letters (P.G. King), 1801 - 1802 (File 2019. (ff.Cap.K.26a, 79a). AJCP Reel No: 3273)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.K.26a (1801): Philip Gidley King - Letters. 1801.

f.Cap.K.79a (1802): Philip Gidley King - Letters. 1802.

Captains' letters (P.G. King), 1803 (File 2020. AJCP Reel No: 3273-3274)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.K.85a, 86, 86a, 87: Philip Gidley King - Letters. 1803.

Captains' letters (K), 1804 - 1805 (File 2021. AJCP Reel No: 3274)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.72 (1804), 72a-h: Philip Gidley King - Letters. Sydney, New South Wales, March - August 1804.

ff.Cap.K.42a (1805), 43a, b, c: Philip Gidley King - Letters. 1804 and 1805.

f.Cap.K.68a: William Kent - Arrival of Investigator at Liverpool. 14 October 1805. - Enclosure from Philip Gidley King, March 1805.

f.Cap.K.69: On Robert Brown's natural history collection on Investigator 16 October 1805. - Letter from Brown 13 October 1805.

Captains' letters (K), 1806 - 1807 (File 2022. AJCP Reel No: 3274)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.K.13-13a (1806): William Kent - Letters: condition of Investigator London, 5 June and 5 August 1806.

25a, b, c: Philip Gidley King - Letters. 1806.

f.Cap.K.8 (1807): William King - wants to be employed on coast of New South Wales. 28 November 1807.

ff.Cap.K.26-27 (1807): Philip Gidley King - Letters, London, 1807.

Captains' letters (W. Kent), 1808 (File 2023. (f.Cap.K.5). AJCP Reel No: 3274)

Items of interest include:

William Kent - on his chart of New Caledonia made when he was on Buffalo (London) 9 March 1808.

Captains' letters (K), 1817 - 1820 (File 2027. (ff.Cap.K.13, 16). AJCP Reel No: 3274)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.K.13 (1817): Philip Parker King - from Mermaid Sydney Cove, December 1817.

f.Cap.K.16 (1820): Memorial of William George Carlisle Kent who served in New South Wales and was court martialled under Bligh.

Captains' letters (P.P. King), 1822 - 1823 (File 2028. AJCP Reel No: 3274)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.K.3-6, 9, 22, 28, 40, 54-55, 74, 76: Philip Parker King - Letters from HM Sloop Bathurst, London and Port Jackson, 1843.

Captains' letters (K), 1824 - 1827 (File 2030. AJCP Reel No: 3274-3275)

Items of interest include:

(1825): Philip Parker King - Summary of his surveying of the N.W. coast of New Holland 22 July 1825. - Letters from surveying ship Adventure. 1825.

(1826): Philip Parker King - Mostly letters from Adventure. 1826.

(1827): George King - Requests loan of charts of New Holland. Westminster 9 December 1827.

Captains' letters (K), 1828 - 1831 (File 2031. AJCP Reel No: 3275)

Items of interest include:

(1828) (1829) (1830) Philip Parker King - From HM surveying ship Adventure with the Beagle in South America.

ff.Cap.K.1.(1831), 12: Philip Parker King - From London 12 January and 18 March 1831.

ff.Cap.K.15: William George Carlisle Kent - Memorial of his services. Stonehouse, Devon. 24 April 1831.

Captains' letters (K), 1832 - 1838 (File 2032. AJCP Reel No: 3275)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.K.5-7(1832): Philip Parker King - Desires to purchase land in New South Wales, and attend to private affairs. 1832.

f.Cap.K.20: George King - Asks for leave to go to New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. Westminster, 27 July 1832.

ff.Cap.K.35-36(1833): Philip Parker King - For extension of leave of absence in New South Wales. 1 July 1833.

ff.Cap.K.5(1834), 50: Philip Parker King - For extension of leave. Sydney, New South Wales. 1 July 1833 and 22 July 1834.

f.Cap.K.14(1835): George King - Wishes to reside in Launceston, Van Diemen's Land. 1 December 1834.

ff.Cap.K.16, 23, 26: Philip Parker King - for leave of absence. 1834 and 1835.

f.Cap.K.9 (1837): George King - has been appointed post officer Hobart Town. 25 October 1836.

ff.Cap.K.64 (1838), 67: Philip Parker King - asks for leave of absence. 30 July 1838.

Captains' letters (T. Lynn), 1762 (File 2050. (f.Cap.2). AJCP Reel No: 3275)

Items of interest include:

Thomas Lynn - At the island of Diego Rays as ordered by Admiral Samuel Cornish. 1762.

Captains' letters (J. Leary), 1765 (File 2051. (f.Cap.20). AJCP Reel No: 3275)

Items of interest include:

John Leary - HMS Panther in the East Indies 1765.

Captains' letters (L), 1766 (File 2052. (f.Cap.4). AJCP Reel No: 3275)

Items of interest include:

John Leary - Letters. 1766.

Captains' letters (J. Laws), 1828 - 1829 (File 2086. AJCP Reel No: 3275-3276)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.L.16-17 (1829), 31, 35. W.M. Laws - HMS Satellite at Port Jackson and Papeete. 1829.

Captains' letters (J. Laws), 1831 (File 2087. AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.L.29 (1831): W.M. Laws - List of charts and maps held by Satellite. Trinconamalee. 9 July 1831.

f.Cap.L.8 (1832), 20: W.M. Laws - From HMS Southampton at Trinconamalee 26 August 1831 and Penang 1 January 1831.

Captains' letters (L), 1835 - 1836 (File 2088. AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.L.44 (1835), 43, 44: George Robert Lambert - HMS Alligator at Sydney. 26 August 1834. - HMS Alligator at Portsmouth Harbour. - Encloses correspondence by Richard Bourke, James Busby and S.J. Brown on British subjects held in captivity by tribes in New Zealand. London 8 September 1835.

ff.Cap.L.2. (1836), 3: George Robert Lambert - On Thomas Boxall. Westonfont, 4 January 1836. - On chasing colonial brig Frederick seized by convicts, Westonfont, 6 January 1836.

L.10: Thomas Lipson - Wants leave of absence to act as harbourmaster in South Australia. London 20 February 1836.

L.31: George Robert Lambert - On I.A. Blow who 'ran' from Alligator at Sydney.

f.Cap.L.40 (1837): Thomas Lipson - Encloses a map of Nepean Bay Kangaroo Island, South Australia from merchant ship Cygnet Gulf of St. Vincent.

f.Cap.L.18 (1838): George Robert Lambert - On barque Harriet wrecked in Cooke's Straits Weston 28 April 1838.

f.Cap.L.47 (1839): Thomas Lipson - asks for leave of absence to act as naval officer and harbour master. Province of South Australia, 7 December 1838.

L.98: Iain Leslie - Served on expedition to Palembang in 1813. Donayhadec. 23 March 1839.

Captains' letters (L), 1837 - 1839 (File 2089. AJCP Reel No: 3276)
Captains' letters (M), 1762 (File 2114. (f.Cap.8). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

John Mathison - State of and where bound (i.e. Manila) HM Squadron in India. Tyger Bombay Harbour, 14 November 1792.

Captains' letters (H. Mitford), 1801 (File 2139. (f.Cap.M.150-153). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

Henry Mitford - From HMS Lion in charge of East India Company China-bound convoy. Rio de Janeiro, Straits of Malacca. August, November 1801.

Captains' letters (H. Mitford), 1802 (File 2140. (ff.Cap.M.197-205). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

Henry Mitford - From HMS Lion, at Boca Tigris, St. Helena, Spithead, reporting on voyage. February, July, September 1802.

Captains' letters (S. Mottley), 1805 (File 2149. (f.Cap.M.65). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

Samuel Mottley - Encloses muster list of Lady Nelson bound for South Sea Whale Fishery. London. 16 March 1803.

Captains' letters (A. M'Konochie), 1816 (File 2181. (ff.Cap.M.204, 204a). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

Alexander McKonochie - Memorial on the acquisition of a settlement on the Isthmus of Panama, and Colonisation of the Sandwich Islands. Includes chart of the Pacific Ocean. Edinburgh, September 1816.

Captains' letters (M. Maxwell), 1817 (File 2182. (f.Cap.M.98). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

Murray Maxwell - Has hired the Caesar to convey the crew and officers of HM late ship Alceste to England. Batavia, 24 March 1817.

Captains' letters (A. M'Konochie), 1822 (File 2187. (f.Cap.M.89). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

Alexander McKonochie - would like to undertake service in New South Wales. London, 25 April 1822.

Captains' letters (C. Mitchell), 1825 (File 2195. (f.Cap.M.366). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

Charles Mitchell - Reporting his arrest. Port Jackson, 11 March 1825. (with received stamp dated SE 17 1825).

Captains' letters (J. MacDonald), 1827 (File 2199. (Cap.M.30). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

James Macdonald - Forwarding log of MHS Bounty from 3 November 1787 to 17 July 1788. London, 19 January 1827.

Captains' letters (R. Maunsell), 1829 (File 2204. (f.Cap.M.284a). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

Robert Maunsell - Requesting recognition of his services with enclosures. London, 27 October 1829.

Captains' letters (W. Moriarty), 1829 (File 2205. (f.Cap.M.27). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

William Moriarty - Requesting extension of his leave of absence. Hobart. 10 August 1829.

Captains' letters (J. Mangles), 1830 (File 2206. (f.Cap.M.396). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

James Mangles - Applying for leave of absence to explore the Swan River and other parts of Australia. London. 7 December 1830.

Captains' letters (W. Moriarty), 1832 (File 2208. (ff.Cap.M.10, 32). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

William Moriarty - Requesting leave of absence. V.D.L. 2 letters, 1 October 1831.

18 June 1832.

Captains' letters (W. Moriarty), 1832 (File 2209. (f.Cap.M.66). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

William Moriarty, Hobart, 20 September 1833 - Appointed Port Officer at Hobart but still wishes to draw half pay.

Captains' letters (M), 1834 (File 2210. AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.M.42: Francis Mason, H.M.S. Blonde, Valparaiso, 24 October 1834 - Concerning detention of British subjects who escaped from V.D.L.

f.Cap.M.46: William Moriarty, Hobart. 27 September 1834 - Requesting further leave of absence.

f.Cap.M.49: Francis Mason, H.M.S. Blonde, Valparaiso, 25 October 1834 - Reporting arrival of H.M.S. Challenger.

f.Cap.M.56: Francis Mason, H.M.S. Blonde, Valparaiso, 4 December 1834 - Concerning men who escaped from V.D.I.

f.Cap.M.70: Francis Mason, H.M.S. Blonde, Valparaiso, 5 November 1834 - Re visit of H.M.S. Challenger to the Sandwich and Society Islands.

f.Cap.M.74: Francis Mason, H.M.S. Blonde, Valparaiso, 10 November 1834.

Captains' letters (F. Mason), 1835 (File 2211. (f.Cap.M.149). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

Francis Mason, H.M.S. Blonde, Callao. 19 February 1835 - With enclosures concerning surveys to be carried out by the Beagle.

Captains' letters (M), 1836 (File 2212. AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.M.25: A McKonochie, on behalf of the Royal Geographical Society, London, 15 March 1836 - Acknowledging gift of catalogue of stars made at Parramatta.

M.114: R.C. McCrea, Sydney, 26 July 1836 - With returns for the sloop Zebra under his command.

M.121: Francis Mason, H.M.S. Blonde, Valparaiso 26 July 1836 - Arrival of Acteon from Rio de Janeiro and the Falkland Islands.

Captains' letters (A. Maconochie), 1837 (File 2213. (f.Cap.M.122). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

Alexander MaKonochie, Hobart, 13 April 1837 - Concerning leave of absence.

Captains' letters (M), 1837 - 1838 (File 2214. AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.M.62: Alexander MaKonochie, Hobart, 28 February 1839 - Requesting 3 year renewal of leave of absence.

f.Cap.M.87: Alexander MaKonochie. Hobart, 12 April 1839 - For renewal of leave of absence.

f.Cap.M.139a: R.C. McCrea, H.M.S. Zebra at sea 13 October 1838 - On removal of the Ex Rajah of Quedah from his position at Bruas.

f.Cap.M.145: R. McCrea. H.M.S. Zebra. 1 November 1838 - On behaviour of a seaman at Sydney.

Captains' letters (E. Osborne), 1802 (File 2254. AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.O.25: Edward O. Osborne, H.M.S. Arrogant off Macao, 31 March 1802 - Engaged in protection of Macao.

f.Cap.O.26: Edward O. Osborne, H.M.S. Arrogant, Linten Island near Macao, 25 May 1802.

Captains' letters (R. O'Brien), 1804 (File 2257. (f.Cap.O.5). AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

Robert O'Brien, H.M.S. Doris, Vesuvius, 27 March 1804 - Concerning two men from homeward bound South sea ship the Duke of Portland.

Captains' letters (R. O'Brien), 1813 - 1814 (File 2261. AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.O.55: Robert O'Brien, H.M.S.Doris, Macao, 25 February 1814 - In charge of East India Company China bound convoy.

f.Cap.O.56: Robert O'Brien, H.M.S. Doris, Linten, 28 February 1814 - On arrival in China, three convicts found aboard the Arch Duke Charles.

f.Cap.O.62: Robert O'Brien, H.M.S. Doris, Simon's Bay, 22 June 1813.

f.Cap.O.67: Robert O'Brien, H.M.S. Doris approaching Cape of Good Hope, 13 June 1813.

Captains' letters (R. O'Brien), 1816 (File 2266. AJCP Reel No: 3276)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.O.93: Robert O'Brien, H.M.S. Doris - Papers relating to his Court Martial, 1816.

f.Cap.O.103: Robert O'Brien, London, 26 November 1816 - Seeking cancellation of the sentence of court martial.

Captains' letters (W. Oldney), 1833 (File 2276. (f.Cap.O.22). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

William Oldney, London, 17 April 1833 - Statement of services.

Captains' letters (Lord Harry Powlett), 1747 - 1750 (File 2289. (f.Cap.P.4). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

Lord Harry Powlett, H.M.S. Exeter, from Cape of Good Hope, Batavia etc., and referring to his Court Martial 1747-1748.

Captains' letters (Lord Harry Powlett), 1751 - 1752 (File 2290. (f.Cap.P). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

Lord Harry Powlett - Papers concerning his Court Martial. 27 March 1751 - 16 September 1752.

Captains' letters (A. Phillip), 1786 - 1789 (File 2308. (f.Cap.P.17). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

Arthur Phillip H.M.S. Sirius, 1786-1789 regarding transportation of convicts to N.S.W.

Captains' letters (P), 1790 - 1793 (File 2309. (f.Cap.P.5,19). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.P.5: (From November 1790). John Parker. H.M.S. Gorgon - Transportation of convicts to N.S.W. 1790-1792.

f.Cap.P.19: Arthur Phillip, Sydney, 12 February 1790 - 29 January 1793.

Captains' letters (E. Pakenham), 1797 (File 2314. (ff.Cap.P.24, 25). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.P.24: Edward Pakenham H.M.S. Resistance off Fort Victoria, Amboyna, 25 August 1797.

f.Cap.P.25: Edward Pakenham H.M.S. Resistance, Amboyna, 21 October 1797 - Reporting on the China fleet.

Captains' letters (J. Porteus), 1809 (File 2335. (f.Cap.P.74). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

John Porteous H.M.S. Porpoise, River Derwent, V.D.L. 27 April 1809 - Letter with enclosures concerning forced return of Captain Bligh to England.

Captains' letters (P), 1810 (File 2337. (f.Cap.P.267, 268). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.P.267: John Porteous H.M.S Porpoise, Spithead, 31 October 1810 - Reporting arrival, with Captain Bligh.

f.Cap.P.268: John Pasco H.M.S. Hindostan, Spithead, 31 October 1810 - Re acknowledgement of previous letters.

Captains' letters (P), 1811 (File 2338. (f.Cap.P.405, 448). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.P.405: John Porteous, late of H.M.S. Porpoise, London, 20 February 1811 - Concerning wages of the gunmen and carpenter.

f.Cap.P.448: William Parker H.M.S. Amazon, 17 March 1811 - Transmitting captured French despatches to the Gov. Gen. of Java.

Captains' letters (F. Pellew), 1812 (File 2342. (f.Cap.P.320). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

F.B.R. Pellew, H.M.S. Phaeton, off Margate 26 July 1812 - Enclosing petition from George Morris, alias George Thorpe who escaped from N.S.W.

Captains' letters (R. Pridham), 1829 (File 2367. (f.Cap.P.115). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

Richard Pridham H.M.S. Zebra, 16 December 1829 - Enclosing return of treasure conveyed.

Captains' letters (W. Parry), 1831 (File 2368. (f.Cap.P.187). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

W. Parry. Port Stephens N.S.W., 9 July 1831 - Re nautical almanac.

Captains' letters (W. Parry), 1831 (File 2369. (f.Cap.P.19). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

W. Parry. Port Stephens. 17 September 1831 - Requesting 2 year extension of leave of absence (duplicate).

Captains' letters (W. Parry), 1834 (File 2370. (f.Cap.P.83). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

W. Parry. Port Stephens, 14 January 1834 - concerning extension of leave of absence.

Captains' letters (P), 1836 (File 2371. (f.Cap.P.130). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

M.J.[?] Popplewell, London, September 1836 - with enclosures re additional protection for vessels engaged in South Sea Whale Fishery.

Subseries (Pieces 2395-2731). Captains' Letters - Surnames R-Y, 1744 - 1839
Captains' letters (E. Riou), 1789 - 1792 (File 2395. (f.Cap.R.24). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

Edward Riou, H.M.S. Guardian, Table Bay - Re fate of his ship.

Captains' letters (R), 1806 (File 2409. AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.R.23: Peter Rainier. H.M.S. Caroline, off Batavia, 19 October 1806.

f.Cap.R.24: Peter Rainier. H.M.S. Caroline - enclosure re Dutch ships taken.

f.Cap.R.159: Robert Rolles, H.M.S. Lion. Simons Bay, 7 August 1806 - in charge of EIC convoy.

f.Cap.r.160: Robert Rolles, H.M.S. Lion, Simons Bay, 14 August 1806 - Reporting order for his immediate despatch to Rio de la Plate.

Captains' letters (P. Rainier), 1808 (File 2412. (f.Cap.R.9). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

Peter Rainer, H.M.S. Caroline, Deal - Letter to accompany enclosure 2409 Cap.R.24 re Dutch ships taken.

Captains' letters (B. Reynolds), 1812 (File 2418. (f.Cap.R.38). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

John Page, Great Russell Street, Ja. 23, 1812 - requests confirmation of a commission as Captain of H.M.S. Sir Francis Drake given of Sourabaya, September 26, 1811.

Captains' letters (P. Rainier), 1814 (File 2425. (f.Cap.R.396). AJCP Reel No: 3277)

Items of interest include:

Peter Rainier, Niger - reporting safe arrival of East India Company ships from Batavia, Spithead, 23 November 1814.

Captains' letters (R), 1815 (File 2427. AJCP Reel No: 3277-3278)

Items of interest include:

'Declaration of some Seaman and Marines belonging to His Majesty's ship Africaine...' (includes enclosures)

Captains' letters (J. Reynolds), 1815 - 1817 (File 2428. AJCP Reel No: 3278)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.R.64, 63, 58, 51, 116.

J. Reynolds Volage, East Indies, 1817.

J. Reynolds Cornwallis, Prince of Wales Is., 1815.

Captains' letters (R), 1830 - 1832 (File 2434. (f.Cap.R.34, 35). AJCP Reel No: 3278)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.R.34 Peter Rigby, retired Commander wishing to settle in V.D.L. or N.S.W., 1832.

f.Cap.R.35 Capt. Ryves (?), Blandford, 1830.

Captains' letters (F. Blackwood), 1834 (File 2435. (f.Cap.R.61). AJCP Reel No: 3278)

Items of interest include:

Francis Price Blackwood, Hyacinth, enclosing medical report on Edward Martin, Hobart Town, 24 December 1834.

Captains' letters (P. Rigby), 1836 (File 2436. (f.Cap.R.93). AJCP Reel No: 3278)

Items of interest include:

Peter Rigby, Comr. Ret. July 11, 1836, Newborough. Permission to settle in V.D.L.

Captains' letters (J. Ross), 1839 (File 2437. (f.Cap.R.11). AJCP Reel No: 3278)

Items of interest include:

John Ross, Strand, 10 March 1839. Hindmarsh of South Australia cited as retaining half-pay while Governor.

Captains' letters (P. Saumarez), 1744 (File 2460. (f.Capt.6). AJCP Reel No: 3278)

Items of interest include:

Philip Saumerez, 1744, Straits of Malacca etc.

Captains' letters (P. Saumarez), 1745 - 1746 (File 2462. (f.Capt.1). AJCP Reel No: 3278-3279)

Items of interest include:

Philip Saumarez. HMS Nottingham in Plymouth Sound, October 24, 1746 - French plan to disturb East India Trade.

Captains' letters (H. Speke), 1751 - 1753 (File 2467. (f.Capt.S). AJCP Reel No: 3279)

Items of interest include:

Henry Spike HMS Swallow in Fort St. Davids Road, October 13, 1751.

Captains' letters (M. Shuldham), 1768 (File 2480. (f.Capt.1). AJCP Reel No: 3279)

Items of interest include:

Molyneaux Shuldham HMS Cornwall, Hamoaze, 26 August 1768 re the sailing of the HMS Endeavour.

Captains' letters (M. Suckling), 1770 - 1771 (File 2481. (f.Capt.19). AJCP Reel No: 3279)

Items of interest include:

M. Suckling, HMS Triumph. Sheerness, October 18 and 20 1771 - re men for HMS Endeavour.

Captains' letters (Sir Richard Strachan), 1787 - 1789 (File 2487. (f.Cap.1). AJCP Reel No: 3279)

Items of interest include:

Richard Strachan. 28 letters between 12 October 1787 - 16 November 1789. i.e. two voyages to the East Indies.

Captains' letters (Sir Richard Strachan), 1790 - 1791 (File 2488. AJCP Reel No: 3279)

Items of interest include:

Sir Richard John Stracham. Two letters referring to a voyage of Commodore Cornwallis to the East Indies - to the Straits of Malacca, Prince of Wales Is., etc.

Captains' letters (S. Sutton), 1799 (File 2500.(f.390). AJCP Reel No: 3279)

Items of interest include:

S. Sutton HMS Prince, Spithead, 5 December 1799. Re Thos. Brown confined on HMS Prince and awaiting transportation to N.S.W.

Captains' letters (J. Short), 1805 (File 2514. (f.S.209, 240). AJCP Reel No: 3279)

Items of interest include:

Joseph Short. 32 letters from the HMS Porpoise April 10, 1805 - December 31, 1805. Relating to the voyage to N.S.W. and differences with Captain Bligh.

Captains' letters (J. Short), 1806 (File 2515. (f.S.179, 194). AJCP Reel No: 3279)

Items of interest include:

Joseph Short. HMS Porpoise - 15 letters - March 12, 1806 - August 25, 1806, from 'Off the Cape de Verde Islands to Sydney Cove', relating to a voyage to N.S.W. and disagreements with Captain Bligh.

Captains' letters (J. Short), 1807 (File 2517. (f.S.120, 125). AJCP Reel No: 3279)

Items of interest include:

Joseph Short - HMS Buffalo, November 5 1807, and foll., at sea, Spithead and Portsmouth re the loss of stores on the Porpoise; the improper conduct of Mr Oxley and other and re disagreements with Capt. Blight and Lieut. Putland.

Captains' letters (J. Short), 1808 (File 2519. (f.S.95, 101). AJCP Reel No: 3279)

Items of interest include:

Joseph Short. Devereux Court, Strand, January 1, 1808 - requesting retrospective full pay following his acquittal on charges preferred by Captain Bligh when he had sent Capt. Short home from N.S.W., and other matters.

Captains' letters (S), 1809 (File 2520. (f.S173, S194). AJCP Reel No: 3279)

Items of interest include:

f.S173: Comm. Stuart HMS Argus Spithead, 11 August 1809 re the arrival of Merino sheep from Cadiz.

F.S194: Sykes. Arundel St. April 13, 1809 re drawings he made in Capt. Vancouver's voyage of discovery.

Captains' letters (F. Slade), 1810 (File 2524. (f.S.566). AJCP Reel No: 3279)

Items of interest include:

Slade. HMS Experiment, Falmouth. December, 24th 1810 - that HMS Providence of Cork with convicts for N.S.W. had been forced into Falmouth by winds.

Captains' letters (S), 1811 (File 2527. AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.1054: Sir Thos. Staines - HMS Hamadryaid Spithead, September 4, 1811 re passage from the Island of Flores.

f.1038: Sir Thos. Staines - HMS Hamadryaid, Downs, August 30 1811 - re arrival of the East India Company's Ships and the South seamen under convoy and other reports.

f.976: Sir Thomas Staines - HMS Hamadryaid St Helena. June 1, 1811. Re departure of a convoy of China, India and Southern Whale Fishery Ships.

f.976a: F. Slade - HMS Experiment, Falmouth. July 21, 1811. Re reports of a French convoy, possibly bound for the East Indies, seen off Brazil, and other matters.

Captains' letters (E. Stopford), 1811 (File 2528. (f.1300). AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

Edward Stopford, London. December 21, 1811. Re payment for the delivery of despatches including those relating to the fall of Java.

Captains' letters (S), 1815 - 1816 (File 2544. AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.191: George Sayer - HMS Leda, Straits of Sincapour. November 19, 1815.

f.288: George Sayer - Copies of letters sent with the Log of HMS Leda.

f.140: Smith. June 9, 1816. Little Nore re Lieut. Will Bower's wish to comand a merchant ship in the South Seas.

f.8: Smith, London. January 5, 1816. Re a letter, found on Mooaheevah, claiming St. Henry Martins' Island for America.

Captains' letters (G. Sayer), 1817 (File 2545. (f.S112). AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

George Sayer. 15 Surrey Street, Strand. 24th June 1817. A letter criticising the case of Capt. Robert O'Brien who contested the verdict of a Court Martial censuring him for assuming command in the East Indies on the death of Rear Admiral Sir George Burlton, K.C.B. while Capt. Sayer, his Senior Officer, was absent in the China Sea etc.

Captains' letters (G. Sayer), 1818 (File 2546. (f.34, 68). AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.34: George Sayer - February 20, 1818 re an 1813 expedition on the Island of Borneo.

f.68: George Sayer - March 12, 1818 re his expenses in the East Indies.

Captains' letters (S), 1825 (File 2552. AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.265: James Stirling, London. December 20, 1825. Re losses incurred by him over the seizure of a ship in the West Indies.

f.205: Comm. Pringle Stokes. HM Sloop Beagle at Woolwich. October 3, 1825 re Thomas Richard Lord and his experiences in the South Sea Whale Fishery.

f.204: James Stirling. Isle of Wight. October 4, 1825 re leave of absence.

f.203: Pringle Stokes. HM Sloop Beagle, Woolwich. October 5, 1825 re Lieut. Edward Hawes.

f.119: Pringle Stokes re above.

f.54: T.G. Shortland re his discovery in 1788 of the Islands in the South Pacific named New Georgia.

Captains' letters (S), 1826 (File 2553. AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.102: James Stirling. HMS Success, Simons Bay. September 8, 1826 re arrival and conditions of the Success.

f.130: Pringle Stokes. HM Sloop Beagle, Woolwich. 14 February 1826 re Stores.

f.41: as above. February 14th, 1826 re complement.

f.40: as above. February 15th, 1826.

f.39: as above. February 15, 1826.

f.12: as above. January 18, 1826.

f.4: as above. January 8, 1826.

f.3: as above. January 5, 1826.

Captains' letters (J. Stirling), 1826 - 1827 (File 2554. AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.204: James Stirling, Glenlyan(?). September 8, 1827. Copies of a memorial presented by him to H.R.H. the Lord High Admiral.

f.154: James Stirling. HMS Success, Sydney Cove. New South Wales. January 11, 1827. Returns and report of the death of Commodore Sir James Brisbane.

f.151: James Stirling. HMS Success, Sydney Cove, New South Wales. 2 January 1827. Survey of men.

f.144: James Stirling. HMS Success Sydney Cove, New South Wales. December 20, 1826. Report of death of Commodore Sir James Brisbane etc.

Captains' letters (J. Stirling), 1827 - 1828 (File 2556. AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.240: Receipt for Chronometer of HMS Success.

f.172: James Stirling HMS Success, Madras Roads. August 31, 1827 with enclosures.

Proceedings of HMS Success.

Report of the Western Coast of New Holland explored by HMS Success.

Report on the Raffles Bay and neighbourhood.

f.169: James Stirling. 22 Norfolk St, London. August 1st, 1828 re his being invalided from HMS Success.

f.167: as above.

Captains' letters (S), 1828 - 1829 (File 2557. AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.211: Richard Spencer. London, 9 December 1829. His intention to settle in Van Diemen's Land.

f.197: Richard Spencer. Lyme Regis, 9 November 1829. Re above.

f.192: Richard Spencer. Lyme Regis, 14 September 1829. Requesting employment.

f.11: James Stirling (London), 14 January 1829. Request for leave of absence to take up duties in Western Australia.

f.8: Alex. Sharp Kensington. 8 January 1828. Request for leave and permission to take a grant of land in N.S.W.

f.3: James Stirling, London. 31 December 1828. Re his appointment as Lieutenant-Governor of Western Australia.

Captains' letters (A. Sandilands), 1830 (File 2558. (f.82). AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

Alex A. Sandilands. HMS Sloop Comet, Trincomalee. 31 January 1830. Re treasure shipped while the Comet was in Manila, Singapore, Malacca and Penang.

Captains' letters (A. Sandilands), 1831 - 1832 (File 2559. AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.141: Alex A. Sandilands. HM Sloop Comet in Port Jackson. 30 May 1831. Report on the removal of the inhabitants of Pitcairn Island.

f.149: Alex A. Sandilands. HM Sloop Comet in Port Jackson. Letter accompanying log of the Comet from 1 January - 30 June 1831.

f.8: Alex A. Sandilands. HM Sloop Comet in Port Jackson. 30 May 1831. Letter accompanying Remark Books of Comet, 1 January - 30 December, 1830 and chart of Cockburn Sound.

f.69: Alex A. Sandilands. HM Sloop Comet, Madras. 18 March 1832 re treasure shipped from Madras to Malacca.

f.81: Alex A.Sandilands. Commander HM Sloop Comet - return of Treasure 1831-1832.

Captains' letters (Sir James Stirling), 1833 (File 2560. AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.174: Sir James Stirling. London, 12 November 1832 - Ship marking letter re timber - passed to Surveyor.

f.170: Sir James Stirling. London, 5 November 1833. Re leave of absence to return to Western Australia.

f.105: Sir James Stirling. 20 July 1833. Re above.

f.36: Sir James Stirling. 13 March 1833. Re pension for James W. Smith - a boatbuilder.

f.8: Sir James Stirling. London. 22 January 1833. Ordering a memorial for Richard Sholl, Purser.

f.2: Sir James Stirling. 4 January 1833. Request for leave of absence.

Captains' letters (R. Spencer), 1834 (File 2561. (f.43). AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

Richard Spencer. Albany, King George's Sound, Western Australia. 29 July 1834. Re leave of absence.

Captains' letters (S), 1835 - 1837 (File 2562. AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.161: Capt. Richard Spenser. Albany, W.A. 1 March 1836. Re pay.

f.159: Richard Spenser. Albany, W.A. 15 March 1836. Re leave of absence.

f.125: Richard Spenser. Albany, W.A. 1 March 1836. Re pay.

f.6: Sir James Stirling. Swan River, W.A. 1 August 1835. Re leave of absence.

f.102: Report of the health of Stephen McTealls from HM Sloop at Singapore.

f.81: Richard Spenser. King George's Sound, W.A. 13 January 1837. Re cost of passage.

f.80: E. Stanley. HM Sloop Wolf. Singapore. 14 January 1837. Survey of men under his command.

f.54: E. Stanley. HM Sloop Wolf. Singapore. 22 November 1836. Duplicate report on Thos. Stephens.

Captains' letters (S), 1837 - 1838 (File 2563. (ff.110, 87). AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.110: AB. Sullivan. HMS Stag, Valparaiso. 1 Feb 1838. Re passage of Mr Charlton from Woakoa to Ouhylee.

f.87: Richard Spencer. Albany, Western Australia. 20 October 1839. Re leave of absence.

Captains' letters (S), 1838 - 1839 (File 2564. AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

ff.8, 9, 18, 22, 37, 50, 68, 72: H.B. Sullivan re Pacific Sailings from South America, 1839.

f.94: E. Stanley. Spithead enclosing recommendations re Mr Anthony Yeoman, and details of the latter's service in the Straits of Malacca and elsewhere, 1839.

f.114: E. Stanley. Hamoaze re his operations against Pirates in the East Indies, 1839.

f.128: H.B. Sullivan - enclosing duplicate despatches received from the British Consul in Tahiti, 1839.

f.144: Richard Spencer. Albany, 1839.

Captains' letters (S), 1839 (File 2566. (ff.381, 401). AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.381: H.B. Sullivan HMS Stag Rio Janeiro re the discharge from the Marine List of James Hobbs, who was bound for Sydney, 1839.

f.401: Sharp London letter with some details of service off Java, etc., 1839.

Captains' letters (S), 1839 (File 2567. AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.519: H.B. Sullivan HMS Stag Rio Janeiro - re disorderly conduct of invalids on the Spartan on a voyage to England from Sydney, 1839.

f.498: H.B. Sullivan HMS Stag Rio Janeiro, re sailing to the Pacific, 1839.

f.463: James Stirling London re employment on return from Western Australia, 1839.

f.461: H.B. Sullivan. HMS Stag Rio Janeiro, re sailing of the Callipe to join Rear Admiral Ross on the Pacific etc., 1839.

Captains' letters (T. Troubridge), 1787 - 1792 (File 2594. (f.Cap.T.19). (AJCP Reel No: 3280))

Items of interest include:

Edward Edwards, HMS Pandora - list of islands and places examined.

Directions to Lieut. John Larkan for passage of men in Dutch East Indiaman Batavia, November 1791.

Thomas Troubridge

Hans Thames, Spithead 2 April 1792 - Reporting on voyage.

Captains' letters (A. Tisdale), 1813 (File 2613. AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.T.23: Archibald Tisdale HMS Sourabaya Portsmouth 8 February 1813 - with enclosures re need for protection at island of Sourabaya.

f.Cap.T.38: George Sayers MHS Leda - two letters 29 October 1811, 4 January 1812 to Archibald Tisdale - re disposal of gun boats on the coast of Eastern Java.

f.T.40: Archibald Tisdale London 11 March 1813 - re his command of the diversion of gun boats at Sourabaya.

Captains' letters (J. Tracy), 1828 (File 2620. (f.Cap.T.15). AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

John Tracy (London), 29 April 1828 - has visited V.D.L., N.S.W., and India.

Captains' letters (G. Vancouver), 1792 (File 2628. (f.Cap.V.13). AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

George Vancouver HMS Discovery Monterrey 29 December 1792 - is sending Henry Phillips, carpenter, to England via N.S.W. for court martial.

Captains' letters (G. Vancouver), 1793 - 1795 (File 2629. (f.Cap.V.1-18). AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

George Vancouver HMS Discovery - mentions Archibald Menzies, Sandwich, Islands etc.

Captains' letters (F. Vernon), 1823 (File 2634. (f.Cap.V.13). AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

Frederick William V. Vernon. HMS Doris, London, 20 October 1823 - requesting discharge from service of native of Otaheiti as L.M.S. wish him to return to his country.

Captains' letters (S. Wallis), 1768 - 1769 (File 2670. (f.Cap.W.3). AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

Samuel Wallis, HMS Dolphin. Letters from Cape of Good Hope, and London, 1768-1769 - re his voyage in the Pacific.

Captains' letters (S. Wallis), 1772 (File 2671. (f.Cap.W.13). AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

Samuel Wallis, HMS Dolphin, Penryn. 18, 20 October 1772 - forwarding the Dolphin's sick book.

Captains' letters (H. Waterhouse), 1800 (File 2690. (f.Cap.W.69-100). AJCP Reel No: 3280)

Items of interest include:

H. Waterhouse. HMS Reliance 27 August 1800, 21 December 1800 - Letters on arrival from N.S.W.

Captains' letters (D. Woodriff), 1802 (File 2693. (ff.Cap.W.176-189). AJCP Reel No: 3281)

Items of interest include:

D. Woodriff. HMS Calcutta, Chatham. 4 November 1802 - 26 December 1802 - letters re preparations for voyage to N.S.W.

Captains' letters (D. Woodriff), 1803 (File 2695. (ff.Cap.W.399-437). AJCP Reel No: 3281)

Items of interest include:

D. Woodriff. HMS Calcutta. 7 January 1803 - 15 November 1803 - re voyage to Australia.

Captains' letters (D. Woodriff), 1804 (File 2698. (ff.Cap.W.528-541). AJCP Reel No: 3281)

Items of interest include:

D. Woodriff. HMS Calcutta, Spithead, Portsmouth. July 1804 - reporting on voyage.

Captains' letters (I. Wood), 1807 (File 2703. (f.W.267). AJCP Reel No: 3281)

Items of interest include:

I. Wood. HMS Phaeton. Port Cornwallis. 20 January 1807 - with enclosures re payment of wages of men of the Sinclair which took Captain Bligh and stores to Botany Bay.

Captains' letters (W), 1826 - 1827 (File 2725. AJCP Reel No: 3281)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.W.56: F.A. Wetherall. HMS Fly, Port Jackson. 7 November 1826 (duplicate) - about to sail for the western coast of New Holland.

f.Cap.W.84: 7 November 1826 - as above.

f.Cap.W.88-90: F.A. Wetherall. HMS Fly, Port Jackson. 7 February 1827 - re behaviour of Robert Kelly.

Captains' letters (J. Wickham), 1837 (File 2730. AJCP Reel No: 3281)

Items of interest include:

ff.Cap.N.31, 43, 49, 59, 63, 71, 78: J.C. Wickham. HMS Beagle, Woolwich Spithead, Plymouth. 27 February 1835, 15 June 1837, preparations for the surveying voyage to Australia.

ff.Cap.N.108, 145, 146: J.C. Wickham. HMS Beagle. Santa Cruz, 18 July 1837. Simon's Bay, 1 October 1837.

Captains' letters (W), 1838 - 1839 (File 2731. AJCP Reel No: 3281)

Items of interest include:

f.Cap.N.47: J.C. Wickham. HMS Beagle, Sydney. 6 November, 1838 - will sail for Bass Strait on 8th instant.

f.Cap.W.64: J.C. Wickham. HMS Beagle. 3 January 1838 - on arrival at Swan River.

f.Cap.W.65: C. Ramsay Drinkwater Bethune, HMS Conway. Port Jackson. 17 February 1838 - conveying Bishop of Australia, for purpose of diocese visits.

f.Cap.W.103: J.C. Wickham. HMS Beagle. 17 April 1838 - reporting arrival at Port George.

f.Cap.W.130: J.C. Wickham. HMS Beagle. 25 July 1838 - on arrival at Sydney.

f.Cap.W.145: J.C. Wickham. HMS Beagle. 7 May 1839 - has completed surveying of Bass Strait.

f.Cap.W.147: J.C. Wickham. HMS Beagle, Sydney. Re health of Mr A.B. Usborne (Master).

f.Cap.W.150: 18 May 1839. As above. Report of survey on health of Mr Usborne.

Subseries (Pieces 2837-3059). Lieutenants' Letters, 1793 - 1839
Lieutenants' letters (C), 1833 - 1834 (File 2837. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Lieutenants' letters (C), 1836 - 1839 (File 2839. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Lieutenants' letters (J. Hanson), 1793 (File 2917. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Lieutenants' letters (P.P. King), 1817 - 1819 (File 2979. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Lieutenants' letters (P.P. King), 1820 - 1821 (File 2980. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Lieutenants' letters (C. McArthur), 1820 (File 3034. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Lieutenants' letters (J. Oxley), 1819 (File 3059. AJCP Reel No: 3281)
Subseries (Pieces 3317-3354). Marine Officers, 1801 - 1839
Letters from Officers of Marines: Field Officers (D. Collins and R. Winter), 1802 - 1806 (File 3317. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Field Officers (D. Collins), 1807 - 1814 (File 3318. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Field Officers (T. Davy), 1815 - 1819 (File 3319. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Field Officers (T. Davy), 1820 - 1823 (File 3320. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Field Officers (R. Bunce), 1824 - 1825 (File 3321. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Field Officers (W. Sladden), 1828 - 1832 (File 3323. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Captains (W. Sladden), 1801 - 1807 (File 3325. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Captains (W. Bate), 1829 - 1830 (File 3331. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Captains (H. Moore), 1831 - 1832 (File 3332. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Captains (W. Bate and C. Scott), 1836 - 1837 (File 3335. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Lieutenants (S. Collins and C. Menzies), 1801 - 1805 (File 3337. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Lieutenants (E. Lord and T. Donne), 1809 - 1812 (File 3339. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Lieutenants (T. Thomson and C. Williamson), 1821 - 1825 (File 3343. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Lieutenants (C. Williamson and J. Simpson), 1826 - 1828 (File 3344. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Lieutenants (T. Thomson and J. Flexman), 1829 - 1832 (File 3345. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Officers of Marines: Lieutenants (J. Flexman and J. Moriarty), 1833 - 1839 (File 3346. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Marines: Promiscuous (W. Prater & Sons, Helena Ross and Royal Marines Pay Office), 1801 - 1803 (File 3347. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Marines: Promiscuous (Royal Marines Pay Office and E. Palmer), 1804 - 1806 (File 3348. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Marines: Promiscuous (Rebecca Breedon and C. Cox & Co.), 1812 - 1814 (File 3350. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Marines: Promiscuous (Rebecca Reiby), 1820 - 1822 (File 3353. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Marines: Promiscuous, 1823 - 1825 (File 3354. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Subseries (Pieces 3522-3523). Hydrographer, 1795 - 1809
Letters relating to Hydrographic Office, 1795 - 1807 (File 3522. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters relating to Hydrographic Office (A. Dalrymple and Chart Committee), 1808 - 1809 (File 3523. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Subseries (Pieces 3531-3532). Physician, 1835 - 1839
Letters from Physician-General, 1835 - 1837 (File 3531. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Letters from Physician-General, 1838 - 1839 (File 3532. AJCP Reel No: 6581)
Subseries (Pieces 3730-3774). Transport Board, 1794 - 1839
Letters from Transport Department, 1794 - 1795 (File 3730. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1796 (File 3732. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1798 - 1799 (File 3737. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1799 - 1800 (File 3739. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1800 - 1801 (File 3740. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1801 (File 3741. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1801 - 1802 (File 3742. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1803 (File 3743. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1804 - 1805 (File 3746. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1805 - 1806 (File 3747. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1806 (File 3749. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1806 - 1807 (File 3750. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1807 (File 3751. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1807 (File 3752. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1807 - 1808 (File 3753. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1808 (File 3754. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1808 (File 3756. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1810 (File 3760. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department (M. Riviere), 1811 (File 3762. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1812 (File 3763. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1814 (File 3766. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1816 (File 3769. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department, 1832 - 1839 (File 3772. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Transport Department: Supplementary, 1801 - 1808 (File 3774. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Subseries (Pieces 3775-3809). Victualling Board, 1822 - 1833
Letters from Victualling Department, April 1822 - July 1822 (File 3775. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, June 1823 - December 1823 (File 3778. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, September 1827 - December 1827 (File 3785. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, January 1829 - May 1829 (File 3788. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, June 1829 - December 1929 (File 3789. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, March 1830 - May 1830 (File 3791. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, October 1830 - December 1830 (File 3793. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, July 1831 - September 1831 (File 3796. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, October 1831 - November 1931 (File 3797. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, December 1931 (File 3798. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, January 1832 - February 1832 (File 3799. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, March 1832 - June 1832 (File 3800. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, July 1832 - December 1832 (File 3801. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, January 1833 - July 1833 (File 3802. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, 1834 (File 3804. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, 1835 (File 3805. AJCP Reel No: 6582)
Letters from Victualling Department, 1836 (File 3806. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Victualling Department, 1837 (File 3807. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Victualling Department, 1838 (File 3808. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Victualling Department, 1839 (File 3809. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Subseries (Piece 3824). Colonies, 1787 - 1792
Letters relating to the colonies: New South Wales, 1787 - 1792 (File 3824. AJCP Reel No: 412)
Subseries (Pieces 3846-3847). British Consuls, 1818 - 1834
Letters from British Consuls (C. Gorman and R. Charlton), 1818 - 1827 (File 3846. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from British Consuls, 1828 - 1834 (File 3847. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Subseries (Piece 3914). East India House, 1782 - 1795
Letters from East India House, 1782 - 1795 (File 3914. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Subseries (Pieces 4016-4035). Ordnance Board, 1803 - 1839
Letters from Ordnance Office, 1803 - 1804 (File 4016. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Ordnance Office, 1805 - 1806 (File 4017. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Ordnance Office, 1811 - 1812 (File 4020. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Ordnance Office, 1827 (File 4026. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Ordnance Office, 1828 (File 4027. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Ordnance Office, 1829 (File 4028. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Ordnance Office, 1830 - 1831 (File 4029. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Ordnance Office, 1832 - 1833 (File 4030. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Ordnance Office, 1834 - 1835 (File 4031. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Ordnance Office, 1836 (File 4032. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Ordnance Office, 1837 (File 4033. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Ordnance Office, 1838 (File 4034. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Letters from Ordnance Office, 1839 (File 4035. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Subseries (Pieces 4137-4279). Secretaries of State, 1778 - 1839
Letters from Secretaries of State: Southern, October 1778 - December 1778 (File 4137. AJCP Reel No: 5884)
Letters from Secretaries of State: Northern, October 1779 - December 1779 (File 4140. AJCP Reel No: 5884)
Letters from Secretaries of State: Northern, August 1780 - December 1780 (File 4143. AJCP Reel No: 5884)
Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Foreign, 1784 - 1785 (File 4151. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

f.27: Convict uprising on Mercury, Torbay. (1p.) 21 April 1784.

f.35: 'The gaol at Exeter being so extremely crowded from the number of convicts...' (1p.) 29 May 1784.

f.40: Overseer for convicts, Dunkirk, Hamoaze. (1p.) 11 June 1784.

f.63: Report of ships bound from Texel for Batavia. (2p.) 7 October 1784.

f.66: Movement of ships to East Indies. (10p.) 25 October 1784.

f.71: Complaint against convict guard, Dunkirk (3p.) 9 November 1784.

f.108: Overcrowding of convicts at Newgate. (2p.) 10 November 1785.

f.112: Convict accomodation, Portsmouth. (2p.) 6th December 1785.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, 1786 - 1787 (File 4152. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

f.3: Convicts at Portsmouth. (1p.) 3 February 1786.

f.4: Convicts, Fortunee. (2p.) 15 February 1786.

f.25: 750 convicts to be sent to Botany Bay. (3p.) 31 August 1786.

f.35: Moorings of Fortunee to be shifted. (1p.) 16 December 1786.

f.48: Fortunee - Housing convicts employed on works in Portsmouth. (1p.) 22 February 1787.

f.49: Distribution of marines for Botany Bay. (2p.) 23 February 1787.

f.52: Difficulty in embarking Botany Bay convicts. (2p.) 3 March 1787.

f.56: Outbreak of disease, Alexander transport. (1p.) 19 March 1787.

f.58: Appointment of Phillip. (1p.) 26 March 1787.

f.63: Bad conditions on Alexander transport. (1p.) 18 April 1787.

f.64: Commissary servant, and servant of Judge Advocate victualled on Sirius. (2p.) 30th April 1787.

f.67: Expediency of Phillip arriving previous to his convoy at N.S.W. (1p.) 5 May 1787.

f.68: Introduction of bread-fruit and other plants to West Indies. (4p.) 5 May 1787.

f.69: Phillip to purchase wine or spirits. (p.1). 10 May 1787.

f.70: State of Dunkirk, hulk. (1p.) 14 May 1787.

f.71: Overcrowding of hulks on Thames. (2p.) 14 May 1787.

f.74: Shifting of convicts to Langston Harbour for local works. (1p.) 30 May 1787.

f.75: As above. (1p.) 31 May 1787.

f.80: As above. (1p.) 14 June 1787.

f.84a: 'A list of articles necessary to be provided for the indians of the Islands in the South Seas...signed Wm Bligh' with patterns for hatchets, accounts by Nelson, Gardener; and Brown, Assistant Gardener. (7p.) (no date)

f.85: Further list of trinkets for South Seas. (2p.) 5 September 1787.

f.95: Instructions for Bligh's expedition. (2p.) 10 October 1787.

f.101: Convicts for local works, Portsmouth. (1p.) 10 November 1787.

f.104: Instructions for Bounty gardeners sent to Banks. (2p.) 13 November 1787.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, 1788 (File 4153. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

f.27: Epidemic among convicts at Langston Harbour. (2p.) 24 May 1788.

f.30: Works for convicts at Woolwich. (3p.) 17 June 1788.

f.33: as above. (1p.) 3 July 1788.

f.35: as above. (3p.) 22 July 1788.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, 1789 (File 4154. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

f.2: Bligh's expedition. (4p.) 30 January 1789.

f.10: Provisions in part expended at Port Jackson. (3p.) 13 April 1789.

f.15: Clothing for new Corps to be sent to N.S.W. (1p.) 20 May 1789.

f.16: Transport of convicts from Newgate to Portsmouth. (2p.) 20 May 1789.

f.17: Stores for Port Jackson. (2p.) 21 May 1789.

f.18: Account for stores. (2p.) 30 May 1789.

f.19: Passage for Provost Marshall, N.S.W. (1p.) 9 June 1789.

f.20: Conveyance of plants to N.S.W. (3p.) 8 June 1789.

f.21: Superintendents of convicts on Guardian. (1p.) 29 June 1789.

f.22: Chests and cash for Guardian. (1p,) 29 June 1789.

f.26: Superintendents for Guardian. (1p.) 17 July 1789.

f.28: Mr Crowther, Assistant Chaplain, N.S.W. (1p.) 3 August 1789.

f.30: Superintendents for Guardian. 11 August 1789.

f.35: Plants for N.S.W. (4p.) 28 August 1789.

f.52: Transport of convicts, Spithead to Dublin. (1p.) 23 November 1789.

f.55: Hutch to protect plants for all ships of discovery. (1p.) 5 December 1789.

f.61: Superintendent on board Gorgon for N.S.W. (1p.) 18 December 1789.

f.63: Convicts. Newgate Co. Plymouth. (1p.) 20 December 1789.

f.64. Sickly convicts at Cowes. (1p.) 2 December 1789.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Commissioners for Affairs of India, 1790 (File 4155. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

f.1: Pictures of Their Majesties for Governor Phillip. (1p.) 8 January 1790.

f.2: N.S.W. Corps. (1p.) 10 January 1790.

f.3: Sunday... (1p.)

f.10: (1p.) 10 February 1790.

f.35: (1p.) 19 May 1790.

f.36: (7p.) 25 May 1790.

f.56: (2p.) 19 August 1790.

f.62: (1p.) 18 October 1790.

f.63: (1p.) 18 October 1790.

f.66: (2p.) 23 October 1790.

f.81: (2p.) 26 November 1790.

f.87: (3p.) (Fr. ships in E. Indies) 1 December 1789.

f.90: (1p.) 21 December 1790.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Foreign, 1791 - 1792 (File 4156. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

f.5: (1p.) (Mr Menzies, a botanist) 11 January 1791.

f.6: (1p.) 21 January 1790.

f.9: (1p.) 26 January 1791.

f.11: (1p.) 31 January 1790.

f.12: (1p.) 31 January 1791.

f.13: (2p.) 8 February 1791.

f.14: (10p.) (Orders and equipment of Discovery and Chatham, Sandwich Islands) 11 February 1791.

f.16: (1p.) 17 February 1791.

f.17: (6p.) (Instructions of Banks to botanist Menzies on the Discovery 23 February 1791.

f.19: (1p.) 25 February 1791.

f.20: (2p.) 25 February 1791.

f.21: (2p.) 27 February 1791.

f.23: (1p.) 5 March 1791.

f.26: (1p.) 7 March.

f.31: (1p.) 28 March.

f.32: (9p.) (Second attempt to introduce breadfruit to West Indies. Banks' suggestions). 29 March.

f.33: (1p.) 29 March.

f.34: (1p.) ('Vessel in Frame' for N.S.W.) 7 April.

f.39: (1p.) 22 April.

f.43: (2p.) 10 May.

f.46: (2p.) 26 May.

f.46: (2p.) 6 May.

f.50: (8p.) (Stores sent by Daedalus for Captain Vancouver) 6 July.

f.55: (2p.) 6 May.

f.57: (2p.) (D'entrecasteaux's voyage) 26 July.

f.58: (1p.) 27 July.

f.89: (1p.) 19 April 1792.

f.92: (1p.) 27 April 1792.

f.98: (1p.) 29 June 1792.

f.104: (44p.) (Refreshment requirement for Southern Whale Fishery) 1 August.

f.121a: (4p.) (Detention of Rattler's voyage to the Pacific).

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Foreign, May 1793 - September 1793 (File 4158. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

Re bill of £60 for deserting Br. sailor of S. Whale fishery. Peru. 2 enclosures (11 April 1793, 13 March 1793) (6p.) 1 June 1793.

'Instructions should be sent to Captain Vancouver for his guidance.' (3p.) 20 July 1793.

For N.S.W. - a ship to carry out about 1000 tons of clothing...(1p.) 13 September 1793.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, October 1793 - December 1793 (File 4159. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

Presents required for natives by Captain Broughton, Providence, following Vancouver. With enclosure dated 26 October, 1793. (3p.)

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, January 1794 - March 1794 (File 4160. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

Appointment of Hunter as Governor, N.S.W. (1p.) 20 January 1794.

Hunter to have status similar to Phillip. With encl. from Hunter (13 February 1794). (3p.) 16 February 1794.

Surprize transport, bound for N.S.W. to be with East Indies convoy. 24 February 1794.

Convoy for Dutch East India ships. (2p.) 24 March 1794.

Vancouver to obey terms of Nootka Agreement. (1p.) 31 March 1794.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, August 1794 - December 1794 (File 4162. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

Covering letter for despatch to Captain Vancouver. (1.p). 1 September 1794.

Palmer, Commissary for N.S.W. had drawn a bill upon Commissioners of the Navy. (2p.) 20 September 1794.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, January 1795 - March 1795 (File 4163. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

Re. dispatches for Captain Vancouver. (1p.) 21 January 1795.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Foreign, April 1795 - June 1795 (File 4164. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

With enclosure 1 December 1794. Safe arrival of Discovery at Nootka Sound. (2p.) April 1795.

Convoy for Marquis Cornwallis, convict transport to N.S.W. (3p.) 16 May 1795.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Foreign, October 1795 - December 1795 (File 4166. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

Captain Vancouver refuses to reimburse the Viceroy of Mexico. (1p.) 15 December 1795.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Foreign, January 1796 - March 1796 (File 4167. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

Bern, with enclosures 20 Mais 1796. Expedition for East Indies preparing in the Texel. (3p.) 17 March 1796.

Lausanne, re above. (4p.) 28 March 1796.

Letters from Secretaries of State: War and Foreign, April 1796 - June 1796 (File 4168. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

14 April 1796 (1p.)

16 May 1796 (3p.)

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, July 1798 - September 1798 (File 4177. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interests include:

Convoy for Minerva convict ship. (2p.) 13 September 1798.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, April 1799 - May 1799 (File 4180. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

Letter re. Minerva convict ship. 12 April 1799.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, June 1799 - August 1799 (File 4181. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

Index (10p.)

James Irwin, mutineer, cannot be sent to N.S.W. legally. (1p.) 4 July 1799.

Re above. (1p.) 11 July 1799.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, September 1799 - December 1799 (File 4182. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

Porpoise returned to Port. (2p.) 5 October 1799.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, January 1800 - April 1800 (File 4183. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

Phillip Gidley King appointed Governor of N.S.W. (1p.) 3 February.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and War, May 1800 - August 1800 (File 4184. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

Shortage of convicts for work at Woolwich. (1p.) 6 May 1800.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Foreign, April 1801 - July 1801 (File 4187. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

Removal of convicts from Royal William. 13 April 1801.

Lady Nelson to be a tender to Investigator. With enclosure 'To Governor King'. (3p.) April 1801 (no date but comes between letters dated 16 April and 17 April).

Passport for the Investigator (1p.) 8 May 1801.

Safe conduct for Matthew Flinders from M. Otto. (With enclosures 5 Juin 1801). (2p.) 5 June 1801.

Ships about to sail for New South Wales. (1p.) 9 June 1801.

Duke of Portland's dispatches for New South Wales. (1p.) 19 June 1801.

Lady Nelson to be under comment of Captain Flinders. (With enclosure 26 June 1801). (2p.) 15 July 1801.

Removal of William Johnson, convict. (1p.) 17 July 1801.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, September 1801 - December 1801 (File 4188. AJCP Reel No: 5884)

Items of interest include:

Major Johnstone: request for accommodation to New South Wales. 3 enclosures: (1) 19 November 1801 from Brownrigg (2) (No date) from Geo. Johnston (3) 'Extract from the Journal of the Ship Enterprize. (4p.) 21 November 1801.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Home, 1802 (File 4189. AJCP Reel No: 5884-5885)

Items of interest include:

Lord Hobart's dispatches for New South Wales. Memo following: 'No minute whatever has appeared...' (2p.) 1 February 1802.

Conveyance of convicts to Australia twice in each year. (1p.) 9 March 1802.

Extract of Lord Hobart's letter to Governor of N.S.W. (Encl. 30 January 1802) (2p.) 12 March 1802.

Discoveries made by the Lady Nelson (1p.) 14 May 1802.

Letter from Doctor Blane suggesting improvements in convict ships. Two enclosures: (1) note, 'I return you Mr King's letter' (2) Dr. Blane's letter. (9p.) 24 May 1802.

Ordnance and stores for New South Wales in the Glatton. Enclosure: List, Sydney, August 1801. (2p.) 9 June 1802.

Transport and victualling boards should be apprized of time when Glatton can receive articles. (1p.) 11 June 1802.

Hammocks for the Glatton (1p.) 17 July 1802.

Salt beef sent to N.S.W. from the Cape. (1p.) 21 July 1802.

Circular letter written to High Sheriffs of Counties with respect to the female convicts, etc. 5 enclosures: (1) Schedule of medicines (2) Instruction to the Surgeon having the Care of Convicts (3) Circular to Sheriffs of Counties (4) Schedule of medical necessaries (5) Schedule of Hospital Furniture (9.p) 31 July 1802.

Glatton to receive convicts (1p.) 2 August 1802.

Reverend Mr Twistleton, Mr Savage and wife to be received on Glatton. Encl. 'List of persons going to New South Wales...' (2p.) 3 August 1802.

Captain Colnett of the Glatton to execute the Bonds...(1p.) 5 August 1802.

Wife and child of Sergeant Stroud...to proceed in the Glatton (1p.) 6 August 1802.

Sergeant Knight's wife and his two sons...to go out to New South Wales in the Glatton. (1p.) 5 August 1802.

Captain Colnett of Glatton recommends alteration in Women's Convict Room. (1p.) 18 August.

Supply of beds for settlers on board the Glatton. (1p.) 11 September 1802.

Exchange of provisions suggested by Captain Colnett. (Encl. from Colnett, 6 September 1802.) (2p.) 13 September 1802.

State of Porpoise, enclosure 'Extract of a letter from Govr King.' (2p.) 30 September 1802.

Expediting second convict ship to N.S.W. (1p.) 22 October 1802.

400 convicts to be sent on Calcutta. (1p.) 20 November 1802.

Sugar and other articles and 20 persons to go by the Calcutta. (1p.) 7 December 1802.

12 more settlers on Calcutta. (1p.) 10 December 1802.

Proceedings of the Brig. Lady Nelson. (Encl. 21 May 1802.) (p.6) 15 December 1802.

Provisions for convict, Calcutta. (Encl. 29 December 1802) (2p.) 20 December 1802.

Treatment of convicts on Glatton. 4 enclosures: (1) Instructions to the Surgeon (2) Schedule of medical necessaries (3) Schedule of hospital furniture (4) Schedule of medicines (6p.) 30 December 1802.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, Home and Foreign, January 1803 - May 1803 (File 4190. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Index (8p.)

Convicts for Port Phillip (2p.) 15 January 1803.

When Calcutta ready to receive convicts. (1p.) 22 January 1803.

Convict guard insufficient at Portsmouth. (2p.) 27 January 1803.

Calcutta to receive convicts. (1p.) 29 January 1803.

Victualling of Calcutta. 3 February 1803.

Colonel Collins Lieut. Governor of settlement in Bass's Straits. (encl. 7 February) (9p.) 8 February 1803.

Collins only authorised to purchase articles for Harbour Phillip. (1p.) 15 February 1803.

Samuel Lightfoot to be accommodated on Calcutta. (Encl. 15 February 1803) (2p.) 18 February 1803.

Letter from Mr Forde encl. one from a convict on board the Prudential hulk. Two encl: (1) 14 February 1803 (2) 6 February 1803. (5p.) 19 February 1803.

Thomas Issel to board Calcutta. (1p.) 5 March 1803.

All settlers who go to New South Wales are victualled by the Government. (1p.) 14 March 1803.

Calcutta and Ocean to proceed together. (1p.) 16 March 1803.

No further commands for Captain of Calcutta. 11 April 1803.

Calcutta to sail without waiting for a further 7 convicts. (1p.) 19 April 1803.

Extract of a dispatch from the Hague. Encl. 21 May 1803. Re. Admiral de Winter proceeding to Batavia. (2p.) 22 May 1803.

Naturaliste to be released. Has dispatches on board from Gov. of NSW. (1p.) 31 May 1803.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, June 1803 - August 1903 (File 4191. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Patrick Wade, a convict brought from Port Jackson. (1p.) 6 June 1803.

A ship to be prepared to take convicts to N.S.W. (1p.) 6 June 1803.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, September 1803 - October 1803 (File 4192. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Index (8p.)

Copy of a letter from Governor King. Two enclosures, 16 May 1803, from Governor King. (3p.) 26 September 1803.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, March 1804 - May 1804 (File 4195. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Convicts for the Navy. Encl: (1) Letter 6 May 1804 (2) Lists and petitions of convicts. (12p.) 9 May 1804.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, September 1804 - December 1804 (File 4197. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Downing Street. Copy of Captain Flinders account of his detention has been received. (1p.) 4 September 1804.

London. Governor King refers in his dispatches to surveys of Bass's Straits by Captain Flinders. (1p.) 2 October 1804.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, January 1805 - April 1805 (File 4198. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Index (10p.)

Samuel Bate, Deputy Judge Advocate of Port Phillip - passage. (1p.) 19 April 1805.

Bligh to be Governor of N.S.W. (1p.) 26 April 1805.

Sloop to be sent to the East Indies. (1p.) 26 April 1805.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Home, May 1805 - July 1805 (File 4199. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Clothing for N.S.W. Corps on the Porpoise. (1.p) 28 May 1805.

Capt. Grosser with wife and baggage to go on Porpoise. (1p.) 3 June 1805.

Usual powers to Bligh as Governor. (1p.) 4 June 1805.

Grimes and Chapman to go on Porpoise to N.S.W. (3 enclosures: 20 June 1805, 12 June 1805, 13 June 1805). (4p.) 13 June 1805.

James Bentley and Patrick Keevan sentenced by Court Martial to transportation. (1p.) 14 June 1805.

Governor Bligh will not travel in the Porpoise. (1p.) 21 June 1805.

When will Porpoise be ready for sailing? (1p.) 29 June 1805.

Passage on Porpoise for Edward McArthur (1p.) 2 July 1805.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, August 1805 - December 1805 (File 4200. AJCP Reel No: 5885)
Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, October 1806 - December 1806 (File 4203. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Index (11p.)

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, January 1808 - April 1808 (File 4207. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Preparing timber in N.S.W. (Encl. 11 January 1808). (2p.) 30 January 1808.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, May 1808 - July 1808 (File 4208. AJCP Reel No: 5885)
Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, August 1808 - December 1808 (File 4209. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Convicts transported to N.S.W. have left hulks deficient in their complements. (Encl. Admiralty Office 10 June 1808) (3p.) 7 June 1808.

Henry Bean - no mitigation of transportation sentence (1p.) 12 July 1818.

James Creagh Butler sentenced to transportation by Court Martial. (1p.) 10 December 1808.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Commissioners for Affairs of India, January 1809 - May 1809 (File 4210. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Accommodation for wives and children of men of 73d Regt. embarking for Botany Bay. Encl. Return of women and children. (2p.) 4 March 1809.

Relative to the state of affairs in Gressie. Encl. Malacca 16 August 1808. (3p.) 13 March 1809.

Usual powers to be granted to Lachlan Macquarie. 27 April 1809.

Hindostan and Dromedary to proceed to N.S.W. (1p.) 29 April.

Senior Officer of H.M. Ships in N.S.W. to co-operate with Governor. (p.1) 6 May 1809.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, June 1809 - September 1809 (File 4211. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Shipment of Spanish fleet (1p.) 3 June 1809.

Letters from Secretaries of State: War and Home, January 1810 - May 1810 (File 4213. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Instructions...for the discontinuance of the blockade of the Island of Java and the Moluccas (1.p) 12 April 1810.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Colonial, September 1810 - December 1810 (File 4215. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Receipt stamp 230c, 1810 (1p.).

James Toole to be transported to N.S.W. 20 October 1810.

Receipt stamp 25 October 1810. James Toole to go to the Portsmouth hulks. (1p.) 23 October 1810.

Recall of Royal Marines in Van Diemen's Land. (Encl. 30 April 1810). (3p.) 1 November 1810 (rec. 3 November 1810).

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, January 1811 - March 1811 (File 4216. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

James Wright has returned from N.S.W. - part term of transportation renulled. (1p.) 4 January 1811.

John Webb brought form N.S.W. as evidence for the Crown. (1p.) 7 February 1811.

Re papers on above. (1p.) 9 February 1811.

Webb case. Two encl. (1) 27 January 1811 (2) 9 February 1811. (4p.) 21 February 1811.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, April 1811 - June 1811 (File 4217. AJCP Reel No: 5885)
Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, October 1811 - December 1811 (File 4219. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Major Thomas Davey to be Lieutenant Governor of Hobartstown. (1.p) 30 November 1811.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Home, January 1812 - March 1812 (File 4220. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Colonel de la Personne a prisoner of war at Batavia. Encl. January 1812. (3p.) 24 January 1812.

Dollars to be purchased at Madras for N.S.W. (1p.) 6 February 1812.

Persons embarked from Holland for Batavia. Encl. 14 February 1812. (4p.) 15 February 1812.

Pierre Charles Flahute to be transported for desertion. (1p.) 17 February 1812.

General Janssens, late Governor of Java to proceed to London. (1p.) 24 February 1812.

Claim by Captain Flinders on French Government. Encl. 28th February 1812. (3p.) 10 March 1812.

Convict Flahute mistakenly taken to Woolwich. (1p.) 17 March 1812.

Two men sentenced by Naval Court Martial to transportation. (1p.) 23 March 1812.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, April 1812 - June 1812 (File 4221. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Lieutenant Oxley to be employed in naval surveys. (2p.) 13 April 1812.

Copy of orders given to Governor Macquarie for Marines to settle. Encl. 26 July 1811. (3p.) 30 May 1812.

Extract from the Kings' Instruction to Governor Arthur Phillip. Encl. 20 August 1789. (8p.) 2 June 1812.

Orders for an account of the expense of ships of war stationed at N.S.W. since 1797. Encl. 'House of Commons. Select Committee on Transportation'. (2p.) 19 June 1812.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, July 1812 - September 1812 (File 4222. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

George Morris alias Thorpe serving on board Phaeton, having escaped from N.S.W. (1p.) 7 August 1812.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, Foreign and Colonial, January 1813 - March 1813 (File 4224. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Protecting British whale fishery from Spanish ports of the South Pacific. (2 encl. 28 January 1813, 25 January 1813.) (5p.) 9 February 1813.

Is Charles Jeffreys suitable to command the Kangaroo brig. for N.S.W. (2p.) 12 February 1813.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Colonial, April 1813 - June 1813 (File 4225. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Abolition of slave trade in Java. Encl. 3 March 1812. (3p.) 20 April 1813.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Foreign, July 1813 - September 1813 (File 4226. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Information re. U.S. Essex from Valparaiso. 2 encl. 8 April 1813, 12 June 1813. (3p.) 6 August 1813.

The Sailing of the Isaac Todd, Encl. extract, undated. 29 September 1813.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Colonial, October 1813 - December 1813 (File 4227. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Request to Captain Flinders for some of his papers. (1p.) 22 November 1813.

Memorial from Marines in V.D.L. (2p.) 26 December 1813.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, January 1814 - March 1814 (File 4228. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Information from Governor Macquarie re Marines. 8 March 1814.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Colonial, April 1814 - June 1814 (File 4229. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

John Harding sentenced to transportation by Court Martial. (2p.) 4 May 1814.

George Foster has applied for command of Brig. Emu for service in N.S.W. Encl. 23 May 1814. (2p.) 20 May 1814.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Foreign, July 1814 - September 1814 (File 4230. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

William Bradley, forger, has sentence commuted to transportation. Encl. 'The King agt Wm. Bradley'. (7p.) 20 August 1814.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, October 1814 - December 1814 (File 4231. AJCP Reel No: 5885)
Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, January 1815 - March 1815 (File 4232. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Escape of convicts from N.S.W. (3p.) 12 January 1815.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Foreign and Home, April 1815 - June 1815 (File 4233. AJCP Reel No: 5885)
Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Home, July 1815 - September 1815 (File 4234. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Small vessel to be sent as gift to King of Sandwich Islands. (1.p) 15 July 1815.

Provisions left behind at Cork by convict ship. 3 encl. 4 August 1815, 10 August 1815, 26 July 1815. (5p.) 16 August 1815.

Goff, Spencer and Baker sentenced by Naval Court Martial to transportation. 31 August 1815.

John Fogarty sentenced to transportation. (1p.) 29 September 1815.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Colonial (File 4235. AJCP Reel No: 5885)
Letters from Secretaries of State: Foreign and Colonial, 1817 - 1818 (File 4237. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Expedition in the French Ports destined to explore N.S.W. (6p.) 17 March 1817.

Restoration by French Govt. of charts and journals of Capt. Flinders. (12p.) 9 July 1817.

Re above. (10p.) 25 August 1817.

Re above. 29 October 1817.

Report on rope made from N.Z. flax. (8p.) 7 May 1818.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, 1819 - 1822 (File 4238. AJCP Reel No: 5885)
Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Foreign, 1823 - 1824 (File 4239. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Settlement on the N.W. Coast of New Holland and sailing orders for the Tamar. (19p.) 17 February 1824.

Papers taken from Captain Flinders. (8p.) 26 July 1824.

Captain Charlton to be British Consular Agent at Sandwich Islands. (4p.) 6 September 1824.

Barron Field wishes to publish charts of Rivers Boyne and Brisbane. (1p.) 9 December 1824.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Foreign, 1825 - 1826 (File 4240. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Details of Capt. Bremer of Tamar. (1.p) 6 May 1825.

Papers of Captain Flinders. (4p.) 29 June 1825.

William Ellis, late missionary at Sandwich Islands. (8p.) 25 February 1826.

Despatches re formation of settlements on West Coast of New Holland. (9p.) 6 March 1826.

...the New Settlement at Melville Island: Mr Begbie, Sec. to East India Trade Committee. 6 April 1826.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, 1827 (File 4241. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Applications (to settle in V.D.L.) from Lieut. John Simpson. (7p.) 6 June 1827.

Encouragements to half-pay officers to become settlers in N.S.W. and V.D.L. (8p.) 12 June 1827.

Equipment required for ships of war at N.S.W. (3p.) 23 July 1827.

Circular order to navy and marines. (re. settling in N.S.W. and V.D.L.) (21p.) 31 July 1827.

Mr Thomas Reed to be a settler in N.S.W. (2p.) 29 November 1827.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, 1828 (File 4242. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

HMS Success employed in selecting a northern site in N.S.W. (8p.) 21 May 1827.

New settlements on Northern coast of New Holland. (1p.) 30 January 1828.

Ship for New Holland from Cape of Good Hope. (5p.) 5 November 1828.

Re above. (3p.) 12 November 1828.

Re above. (3p.) 12 November 1828.

Military Officers for Swan River. (2p.) 27 December 1828.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, 1829 (File 4243. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Capt. Laws, Satellite at Papeite. (3p.) 29 October 1829.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Foreign and Colonial, January 1830 - June 1830 (File 4244. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Sandwich Islands. Visit of American ship of war. (2p.) 21 April 1830.

Keelings or Cocos Islands. (22p.) 17 May 1830.

Capt. Colpoys in Cruizer on Cocos Is. (2p.) 25 June 1830.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, July 1830 - December 1830 (File 4245. AJCP Reel No: 5885)
Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, January 1831 - June 1831 (File 4246. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Outrages committed by crews of Southern Whale Fishery in N.Z. (9p.) 5 January 1831.

Chart of Cockburn Sound and part of Swan R. (1p.) 27 April 1831.

Granting of lands in Aust. colonies (4p.) 31 April 1831.

Capt. Wright, grant of land, V.D.L. (2p.) 23 May 1831.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, July 1831 - December 1831 (File 4247. AJCP Reel No: 5885)

Items of interest include:

Dispatches re. 4 escaped convicts from Sydney. (21p.) 31 August 1831.

Reported atrocities by natives of N.Z. (2p.) 27 September 1831.

Matthew Curling Friend wishes to settle, V.D.L. (2p.) 18 October 1831.

Sulphur to be withdrawn from Swan R. (1p.) 19 October 1831.

Court of Vice-Admiralty at Western Australia. 28 November 1831.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Home, January 1832 - April 1832 (File 4248. AJCP Reel No: 5885-5886)

Items of interest include:

Adolphous Slade to be allowed to land in N.S.W. (11p.) 27 February 1832.

Quantity available of N.Z. Flax. (12p.) 8 March 1832.

The Sulphur for N.Z.? (24p.) 20 March 1832.

Claim by Surgeon James Mitchell for loss of health on convict ship Guildford. (15p.) 26 March 1832.

Had French claimed N.Z.? (3p.) 29 March 1832.

Form for Officer wishing to settle in the Colonies (3p.) 31 March 1832.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Colonial, May 1832 - August 1832 (File 4249. AJCP Reel No: 5886)

Items of interest include:

Provisions for Swan R. (3p.) 29 June 1832.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, Home and Foreign, January 1833 - April 1833 (File 4251. AJCP Reel No: 5886)

Items of interest include:

...Survey by Lieut. Wm. Preston, Sulphur of Western Australia (4p.) 17 January 1833.

Memorial from J.M. Currie (6p.) 31 January 1833.

A ship of war to touch at Swan R. (1p.) 26 February 1833.

Letter received from Captain Davie of Sulphur. (6p.) 9 March 1833.

Report from James L. Smith, late Colonial boat builder at Swan R. (14p.) 12 March 1833.

Piratical proceedings, 'William Little', Sandwich Islands. (10p.) 18 April 1833.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Foreign, May 1833 - August 1833 (File 4252. AJCP Reel No: 5886)

Items of interest include:

Mr Sadler to be afforded assistance for his mission in N.Z. (1p.) 2 May 1833.

Transmitting to the Lt. Governor of V.D.L. (1p.) (Voucher) 20 May 1833.

Reimbursement for Consul at Sandwich Islands. (6p.) 27 May 1833.

Articles from Pitcairn Island with Captain Fremantle of Challenger. (1p.) 13 June 1833.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, Foreign and Colonial, September 1833 - December 1833 (File 4253. AJCP Reel No: 5886)

Items of interest include:

Wreck of the Amphitrite, convict ship. (1p.) 5 September 1833.

Details of wreck of Amphitrite. (6p.) 5 September 1833.

Re above. (2p.) 6 September 1833.

Re above. (2p.) 16 October 1833.

Capt. Fremantle of the Challenger re Pitcairn Is. (1p.) 4 December 1833.

Stores ready for Pitcairn Is. (1p.) 31 December 1833.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Home, January 1834 - May 1834 (File 4254. AJCP Reel No: 5886)

Items of interest include:

Stores for Pitcairn Is. (2p.) 29 January 1834.

Letter from Govt. Agent for Emigrants, Liverpool. (3p.) 6 March 1834.

V.D.L. - Gov't schooner Badger has been seized. 12 May 1834.

Buffalo at New Zealand. (3p.) 19 May 1834.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, June 1834 - August 1834 (File 4255. AJCP Reel No: 5886)

Items of interest include:

V.D.L. - colonial brig. seized by convicts. (1p.) 31 July 1834.

New regulations re land for officers in the colonies (25p.) 12 August 1834.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, Foreign and Colonial, September 1834 - December 1834 (File 4256. AJCP Reel No: 5886)

Items of interest include:

Cholera on convict ship Royal Admiral. (7p.) 15 September 1834.

Ten individuals escaped from V.D.L. (4p.) 20 September 1834.

Two pirates who murdered the Master of the William Little, in Sandwich Islands. (2p.) 8 October 1834.

Charge on vessels entering V.D. Land. (11p.) 26 October 1834.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, January 1835 - April 1835 (File 4257. AJCP Reel No: 5886)

Items of interest include:

Ship of war for V.D.L. (2p.) 10 January 1835.

Could naval surgeons be appointed to emigrant ships? (2p.) 25 March 1835.

Pitcairn Is. (1p.) 3 April 1835.

Wreck of the transport George the Third (2p.) 25 April 1835.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, May 1835 - June 1835 (File 4258. AJCP Reel No: 5886)

Items of interest include:

Convicts escaped from V.D.L. to Chile. (1p.) 2 May 1835.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Foreign, July 1835 - September 1835 (File 4259. AJCP Reel No: 5886)

Items of interest include:

Stores for Pitcairn Is. (9p.) 22 July 1835.

Compensation for Br. vessel plundered by natives, Sandwich Islands (2p.) 2 September 1835.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, Home and Foreign, October 1835 - December 1835 (File 4260. AJCP Reel No: 5886)

Items of interest include:

Loss of the George the Third, convict ship will chart of D'Entrecasteaux Channel (about 72p.) 9 October 1835.

Wreck of George the Third (1p.) 17 October 1835.

Wreck of Charles Eaton in Torres Strait. (2p.) 23 October 1835.

Dispatch from H.M. Consul in Peru. (7p.) 31 October 1835.

Letter from Superintendent of convicts. (2p.) 11 December 1835.

Loss of convict ship Neva. (9p.) 17 December 1835.

Re above. (About 37 p.) 23 December 1835.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, Foreign and Colonial, January 1836 - February 1836 (File 4261. AJCP Reel No: 5886)

Items of interest include:

Re above (3p) 6 January 1836.

Mutinous conduct of seamen on Caroline at Sandwich Is. (6p.) 12 February 1836.

Provisions for emigrants to S. Australia (2p.) 16 February.

Conveyance of convicts to Australia (2p.) 18 February 1836.

Stores and expenses for the transportation of convicts. (2p.) 27 February 1836.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Colonial, March 1836 - April 1836 (File 4262. AJCP Reel No: 5886)

Items of interest include:

Loss of Charles Eaton in Torres Strait. (5p.) 12 April 1836.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, May 1836 - June 1836 (File 4263. AJCP Reel No: 5886)

Items of interest include:

Report on D'Entrecasteaux Channel (53p.) 17 June 1836.

Sir John Franklin suggests surveying the different channels leading to Hobart Town. (5p.) 25 June 1836.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, Home and Foreign, July 1836 - September 1836 (File 4264. AJCP Reel No: 5886-5887)

Items of interest include:

Suit of armour for the New Zealand chief Patuoni. (2p.) 12 July 1836.

Employment of Buffalo in the early settlement of the Colony of South Australia. (3p.) 12 July 1836.

Request from Colonization Commissioners for South Australia that Captain Hindmarsh proceed direct. (3p.) 23 July 1836.

David Boyton and Alick Osborne, surgeons, to accompany mechanics and agricultural labourers to N.S.W. (2p.) 29 July 1836.

Enquiry into the wreck of the Hive. (1p.) 13 August 1836.

Board to investigate the wreck of the Hive. (15p.) 8 August 1836.

Outrage on a British subject, Sandwich Islands. (4p.) 21 September 1836.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Home, October 1836 - December 1836 (File 4265. AJCP Reel No: 5887)

Items of interest include:

Expenses incurred in fitting out Buffalo. 14 October 1836.

Loss of a vessel to carry emigrants to N.S.W. (3p.) 23 November 1836.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home, Colonial and Foreign, January 1837 - March 1837 (File 4266. AJCP Reel No: 5887)

Items of interest include:

Letter from Mr Boyter re selection of emigrants to N.S.W. (4p.) 19 January 1837.

Bibles and prayer-books for voyages to N.S.W. (1p.) 23 January 1837.

Expenses of H.M.S. Buffalo. (8p.) 25 January 1837.

Mechanic emigrants for N.S.W. in the John Barry. (2p.) 4 February 1837.

Consul to be stationed at Tahiti. (p.4) 14 February 1837.

Diving bells required to clear Sydney Cove. 14 March 1837.

Expenses of the Buffalo. 23 March 1837.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, Foreign and Home, April 1837 - June 1837 (File 4267. AJCP Reel No: 5887)

Items of interest include:

Lieuts. Grey and Rushington proceeding to the interior of New Holland. (1p.) 13 May 1837.

Woahoo - irregular conduct of crews of British whale ships. (3p.) 18 May 1837.

Sandwich Islands - outrage on British subject and property. (4p.) 1 June 1837.

Tide observations of Swan River; King Georges Sound and Southern Australia. (2p.) 2 June 1837.

U.S. ship Peacock has left the Sandwich Islands for California. (3p.) 19th June 1837.

Leave for Lieut. Burnett to survey channels leading to Hobart Town. 19 June 1837.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Foreign and Colonial, July 1837 - September 1837 (File 4268. AJCP Reel No: 5887)

Items of interest include:

Claim of George Ward Cole on Tahitian Government. (3p.) 19 July 1837.

Incl. copy of Phillip P. King's 'Voyage to Torres Strait'. (About 45p.) 1 August 1837.

Proposed survey of coast of South Australia. (1p.) 17 August 1837.

Sir George Gipps appointed Governor of N.S.W. (1p.) 7 September 1837.

Blockade in the Pacific. 20 September 1837.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, Home and Foreign, October 1837 - December 1837 (File 4269. AJCP Reel No: 5887-5888)

Items of interest include:

Dr Bowler, surgeon of Rattlesnake for promotion. (7p.) 18 October 1837.

Death of Lieut. Burnett, V.D.L. (3p.) 21 November 1837.

Ship of war to visit islands in the Pacific. (14p.) 14 December 1837.

Letter from Mr Elliot, Agent General for Emigration. (3p.) 22 December 1837.

Alleged views of the United States upon the Sandwich Islands. (5p.) 27 December 1837.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Foreign, January 1838 - March 1838 (File 4270. AJCP Reel No: 5888)

Items of interest include:

Marines on Buffalo. (2p.) 6 January 1838.

Suppression of piracy. Straits of Malacca. (2p.) 9 January 1838.

Rate of pay to be granted Captain Sir J. Gordon Bremer. (5p.) 25 January 1838.

Fate of one of the boys wrecked on the America transport, Torres Straits. (3p.) 2 January 1838.

Allowance for Captain Sir Gordon Bremer. (3p.) 6 February 1838.

Diet for children in emigrant ships. (6p.) 14 February 1838.

Services rendered to N.S.W. by Captain Wm. Hobson and officers of Rattlesnake. (4p.) 7 March 1838.

Victualling of the Surgeons Superintendents of Emigrant ships. (4p.) 16 March 1838.

Western Australia - whale fisheries. (6p.) 26 March 1838.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Foreign and Colonial, April 1838 - June 1838 (File 4271. AJCP Reel No: 5888)

Items of interest include:

Alleged views of the United States upon the Sandwich Islands. (2p.) 18 April 1838.

George Gawler to be Governor of South Australia. (1p.) 12 May 1838.

Instructions on issue 'Sailing Letters' in the Pacific. (2p.) 30 May 1838.

Navy expenses of Western Australia. (2p.) 5 June 1838.

Expenses of H.M.S. Buffalo. (8p.) 6 June 1838.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Foreign, July 1838 - September 1838 (File 4272. AJCP Reel No: 5888)

Items of interest include:

Reports on the Pacific to be sent to Colonial Office. (1p.) 13 July 1838.

Governor of Western Australia on the pension of John Coulston (3p.) 17 July 1838.

L'Heroine with five armed whalers has arrived at V.D.L. (3p.) 18 July 1838.

John Hutt to be Governor of Western Australia. (1p.) 23 July 1838.

The disposal of crown lands in the Aust. colonies. (7p.) 11 August 1838.

Lighthouse at Brune now completed. (5p.) 14 August 1838.

Islands of New Zealand to be frequently visited by one of H.M.'s ships. (2.p) 15 August 1838.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Home, October 1838 - December 1838 (File 4273. AJCP Reel No: 5888)

Items of interest include:

Purchase of land in the Australian colonies. (1p.) 5 October 1838.

Passage for Sir John Stirling on the Pelorus. (2p.) 8 November 1838.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial, Home and Foreign, January 1839 - March 1839 (File 4274. AJCP Reel No: 5888)

Items of interest include:

Scurvy on board convict ship Lord Lynedoch. (2p.) 4 January 1839.

Colonization commissioners for South Australia will credit Captain Hindmarsh customary allowances. (1p.) 8 February 1839.

Gratuities to surgeons of emigrant ship. (1p.) 12 March 1839.

Tidal and meteorological observations at Port Arthur. 26 March 1839.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Foreign and Colonial, April 1839 - June 1839 (File 4275. AJCP Reel No: 5888)

Items of interest include:

A sword voted from Singapore for Capt. Stanley of Wolf. (2p.) 1 April 1839.

Cocos or Keeling Islands. (2p.) 25 May 1839.

Plans and report of Western Australia. (11p.) 20 June 1839.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Colonial and Foreign, July 1839 - September 1839 (File 4276. AJCP Reel No: 5888)

Items of interest include:

Establishment of a competent Por. authority in N.Z. (4p.) 1 July 1838.

Occurrences at the Friendly Islands. (4p.) 19 July 1839.

Plan of a wooden observatory for V.D.L. (4p.) 26 July 1839.

Installation of the above. (1p.) 17 September 1839.

Settling of victualling accounts on emigrant ships. (5p.) 21 September 1837.

Letters from Secretaries of State: Home and Colonial, October 1839 - December 1839 (File 4277. AJCP Reel No: 5888)

Items of interest include:

Arrival of 160 convict boys in the Pyramus. (3p.) 12 October 1839.

Report of Captain Elliott on Pitcairn Is. (2p.) 26 October 1839.

Two pendants hauled down by Captain Harding from Prince George at Sydney. (1p.) 17 December 1839.

Governor of N.S.W. dispatched three ships of war from Sydney to China. (3p.) 19 December 1839.

Letters from Secretaries of State. Secret: Colonial, 1808 - 1809 (File 4279. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Subseries (Pieces 4281-4282). Societies etc., 1811 - 1839
Letters from Royal College of Surgeons, 1811 - 1816 (File 4281. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from British Museum and Royal Society, 1828 - 1839 (File 4282. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Subseries (Pieces 4289-4313). Treasury, 1783 - 1839
Letters from Treasury, 1783 - 1789 (File 4289. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1790 - 1795 (File 4290. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1796 - 1799 (File 4291. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1800 - 1803 (File 4292. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1804 - 1805 (File 4293. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1809 - 1811 (File 4296. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1812 - 1814 (File 4297. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1818 - 1821 (File 4299. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1825 - 1826 (File 4302. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1827 - 1828 (File 4303. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1830 (File 4305. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1831 (File 4306. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1832 (File 4307. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1833 (File 4308. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1834 - 1835 (File 4309. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1836 (File 4310. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1837 (File 4311. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1838 (File 4312. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from Treasury, 1839 (File 4313. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Subseries (Pieces 4330-4351). War Office, 1782 - 1839
Letters from War Office, 1782 - 1794 (File 4330. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from War Office, 1795 - 1796 (File 4331. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from War Office, 1797 - 1798 (File 4332. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from War Office, 1802 - 1803 (File 4334. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from War Office, 1808 - 1809 (File 4336. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from War Office, 1811 (File 4338. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from War Office, 1823 - 1825 (File 4344. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from War Office, 1827 - 1829 (File 4346. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from War Office, 1830 - 1832 (File 4347. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from War Office, 1833 - 1835 (File 4348. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from War Office, 1838 (File 4350. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Letters from War Office, 1839 (File 4351. AJCP Reel No: 5888)
Subseries (Pieces 4355-4365). Secret Letters, 1810 - 1837
Secret letters (J.W. Croker), 1810 (File 4355. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Secret letters (J. Barrow), 1821 - 1825 (File 4363. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Secret letters, 1831 - 1837 (File 4365. AJCP Reel No: 6583)
Subseries (Pieces 5328-5494). Courts Martial, 1784 - 1880
Part 1, Reports of court martials: W. Purcell, carpenter of Bounty, 1790 - 1791 (File 5328. AJCP Reel No: 6925)
Reports of court martials: Capt. J. Hunter and crew of Sirius, 1791 - 1792 (File 5329. AJCP Reel No: 6925)
Parts 1 & 2, Reports of court martials: Capt. E. Edwards and crew of Pandora; members of crew of Bounty, 1792 - 1794 (File 5330. AJCP Reel No: 6925)
Reports of court martials: D. Stone, seaman of Rattler, February 1880 - May 1880 (File 5352. AJCP Reel No: 6925)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, August 1816 - December 1816 (File 5455. AJCP Reel No: 6925)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, May 1817 - December 1817 (File 5457. AJCP Reel No: 6925)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, January 1818 - July 1818 (File 5458. AJCP Reel No: 6925)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, August 1818 - December 1818 (File 5459. AJCP Reel No: 6925)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, January 1819 - July 1819 (File 5460. AJCP Reel No: 6925)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, August 1819 - December 1819 (File 5461. AJCP Reel No: 6925)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, 1820 (File 5462. AJCP Reel No: 6925)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, January 1821 - June 1821 (File 5463. AJCP Reel No: 6925)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, July 1821 - November 1821 (File 5464. AJCP Reel No: 6925)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, 1822 (File 5465. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: P. Crockett, boatswain's mate on Gannet; Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, January 1823 - September 1832 (File 5466. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, October 1823 - December 1823 (File 5467. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, 1824 (File 5468. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, 1825 (File 5469. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, 1826 (File 5470. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, 1827 (File 5471. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, 1828 (File 5472. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, 1829 (File 5473. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, May 1830 - December 1830 (File 5475. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: R. Millroy, master of Success; Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, January 1831 - May 1831 (File 5476. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation, June 1831 - December 1831 (File 5477. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation, 1833 (File 5479. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, 1834 (File 5480. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, 1835 (File 5481. AJCP Reel No: 6926)
Reports of court martials: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, 1837 (File 5483. AJCP Reel No: 6927)
Reports of court martials: J. Allan, marine, 1838 (File 5484. AJCP Reel No: 6927)
Reports of court martials: J. Down, marine, 1839 (File 5485. AJCP Reel No: 6927)
Reports of court martials, Marines: P. Dargin; Capt. J. Meredith; J. McGinness, 1784 - 1797 (File 5491. AJCP Reel No: 6927)
Reports of court martials, Marines: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, 1802 - 1806 (File 5493. AJCP Reel No: 6927)
Reports of court martials, Marines: Marines sentenced to transportation for desertion, 1806 - 1809 (File 5494. AJCP Reel No: 6927)
Subseries (Pieces 6032-6039). Intelligence, 1794 - 1810
Intelligence, 3rd series, 1794 - 1796 (File 6032. AJCP Reel No: 3322)
Intelligence, 3rd series, 1796 - 1797 (File 6033. AJCP Reel No: 3322)
Intelligence, 3rd series, 1797 - 1801 (File 6034. AJCP Reel No: 3322)
Intelligence, 3rd series, 1801 - 1806 (File 6035. AJCP Reel No: 3322)
Intelligence, 3rd series, 1805 - 1807 (File 6036. AJCP Reel No: 3322)
Intelligence, 3rd series, digest, 1794 - 1796 (File 6037. AJCP Reel No: 3322)
Intelligence, 3rd series, digest, 1803 - 1806 (File 6038. AJCP Reel No: 3322)
Intelligence, 3rd series, digest, 1805 - 1810 (File 6039. AJCP Reel No: 3322)
Subseries (Pieces 5495-8356). Original Series (2nd group), 1839 - 1913
Subseries (Pieces 5495-5602). In-letters and papers, 1839 - 1850
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (C. Ross), 1840 (File 5495. AJCP Reel No: 3294)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (C. Bethune, Sir Gordon Bremer and G. Elliot), 1840 (File 5496. AJCP Reel No: 3294)
Captains' letters (C, N), 1839 - 1840 (File 5497. AJCP Reel No: 3294)
Offices: Foreign, 1840 (File 5499. AJCP Reel No: 3294)
Offices: Colonial, 1840 (File 5500. AJCP Reel No: 3294)
Offices: Colonial, 1840 (File 5501. AJCP Reel No: 3294)
Admirals' despatches: Brazil and Cape of Good Hope (Sir Edward King), 1841 (File 5505. AJCP Reel No: 3294)
Captains' letters (J. Ross), 1841 (File 5507. AJCP Reel No: 3294)
Offices: Foreign, Colonial, 1841 (File 5509. AJCP Reel No: 3294)
Offices: Council. Orders-in-Council, 1842 (File 5511. AJCP Reel No: 3294)
Admirals' despatches: Cape of Good Hope (Sir Edward King) and Pacific (C. Ross and R. Thomas), 1841 - 1842 (File 5512. AJCP Reel No: 3294-3295)
Captains' letters (B, M), 1842 (File 5516. AJCP Reel No: 3295)
Captains' letters (B), 1842 (File 5519. AJCP Reel No: 3295)
Admiralty: Accountant-General, 1842 (File 5520. AJCP Reel No: 3295)
Offices: Treasury, 1842 (File 5528. AJCP Reel No: 3295)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (R. Thomas), 1843 (File 5529. AJCP Reel No: 3295)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir William Parker), 1842 - 1843 (File 5530. AJCP Reel No: 3295)
Captains' and lieutenants' letters (N, P, S, D), 1842 - 1843 (File 5531. AJCP Reel No: 3295-3296)
Admiralty: Secretary's Department, 1843 (File 5532. AJCP Reel No: 3296)
Doctors' Commons, 1843 (File 5533. AJCP Reel No: 3296)
Offices: Home, Foreign, Colonial, 1843 (File 5534. AJCP Reel No: 3296)
Offices: Foreign, Colonial, Home, 1843 (File 5535. AJCP Reel No: 3296)
Offices: Committee of Privy Council for Trade. Orders-in-Council, 1843 - 1844 (File 5537. AJCP Reel No: 3296)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (R. Thomas), 1843 - 1844 (File 5538. AJCP Reel No: 3296)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir William Parker and Sir Thomas Cochrane), 1844 (File 5539. AJCP Reel No: 3296-3297)
Captains' letters (H, T), 1843 - 1844 (File 5541. AJCP Reel No: 3297)
Captains' letters (N, R), 1843 - 1844 (File 5542. AJCP Reel No: 3297-3298)
Admiralty: Secretary's Department, 1844 (File 5543. AJCP Reel No: 3298)
Offices: Treasury, Colonial, Foreign, 1844 (File 5544. AJCP Reel No: 3298)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Thomas Cochrane), 1844 - 1845 (File 5548. AJCP Reel No: 3298)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (R. Thomas and Sir George Seymour), 1844 - 1845 (File 5550. AJCP Reel No: 3298-3299)
Captains' letters (B, H), 1844 - 1845 (File 5551. AJCP Reel No: 3299)
Papers relating to the affair of the Hazard's boat at Tahiti, 1845 (File 5553. AJCP Reel No: 3299)
Offices: Foreign, 1845 (File 5554. AJCP Reel No: 3299)
Offices: Foreign, 1845 (File 5555. AJCP Reel No: 3299)
Courts martial, 1845 - 1846 (File 5558. AJCP Reel No: 3299)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (Sir George Seymour) and East Indies (Sir Thomas Cochrane), 1845 - 1846 (File 5561. AJCP Reel No: 3299-3300)
Captains' letters (G, H, M, N), 1844 - 1846 (File 5562. AJCP Reel No: 3300)
Admiralty: Secretary's Department, 1846 (File 5564. AJCP Reel No: 3300)
Offices: Colonial, Foreign, 1846 (File 5567. AJCP Reel No: 3300)
Offices: Foreign, 1846 (File 5568. AJCP Reel No: 3300)
Miscellaneous: Borneo, 1846 (File 5570. AJCP Reel No: 3300)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Thomas Cochrane), 1846 - 1847 (File 5575. AJCP Reel No: 3301)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (Sir George Seymour), 1846 - 1847 (File 5577. AJCP Reel No: 3301)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (Sir George Seymour), 1845 - 1847 (File 5578. AJCP Reel No: 3301-3302)
Captains' letters (C. Graham), 1847 (File 5579. AJCP Reel No: 3302)
Papers relating to the collection of scientific information, 1847 - 1849 (File 5580. AJCP Reel No: 3302)
Offices: Colonial, Foreign, 1847 (File 5582. AJCP Reel No: 3302)
Orders-in-Council, Offices: Committee of Privy Council for Trade, 1847 (File 5585. AJCP Reel No: 3302)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (Sir George Seymour), 1847 - 1848 (File 5589. AJCP Reel No: 3302)
Captains' letters (J. Maxwell), 1848 (File 5590. AJCP Reel No: 3302)
Offices: Foreign, Colonial, 1848 (File 5592. AJCP Reel No: 3302)
Offices: Foreign, 1848 (File 5593. AJCP Reel No: 3302)
Offices: Colonial, 1849 (File 5599. AJCP Reel No: 3302)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (P. Hornby), 1850 (File 5602. AJCP Reel No: 3302)
Subseries (Pieces 5604-5731). In-letters and papers, 1849 - 1859
General and port orders of foreign stations, 1850 (File 5604. AJCP Reel No: 3302-3303)
Offices: Foreign, 1850 (File 5605. AJCP Reel No: 3303)
Captains' letters (J. Erskine), 1849 - 1850 (File 5606. AJCP Reel No: 3303)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (F. Moresby), 1851 (File 5609. AJCP Reel No: 3303)
Admiralty: Secretary's Department, 1851 (File 5610. AJCP Reel No: 3303)
Offices: Foreign, 1851 (File 5611. AJCP Reel No: 3303)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies; advantages of Singapore as a naval station, 1852 (File 5612. AJCP Reel No: 3303)
Captains' letters (Sir James Home), 1851 - 1852 (File 5613. AJCP Reel No: 3303)
Offices: Foreign, 1852 (File 5615. AJCP Reel No: 3303)
Offices: Committee of Privy Council for Trade, 1852 (File 5616. AJCP Reel No: 3303)
Captains' letters (Sir James Home), 1852 (File 5617. AJCP Reel No: 3303)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Fleetwood Pellew) and Pacific (F. Moresby), 1853 (File 5618. AJCP Reel No: 3303)
Regulations for the survey etc. of hired ships, 1853 (File 5619. AJCP Reel No: 3303)
Offices: Colonial, Foreign, 1853 (File 5620. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir James Stirling and Sir Fleetwood Pellew), 1854 (File 5629. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (F. Moresby and D. Price), 1853 - 1854 (File 5630. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Captains' letters (H. Denham), 1854 (File 5631. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Papers relating to the projected expedition to the Northern Pacific. Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir James Stirling) and Pacific (H. Bruce), 1854 - 1855 (File 5632. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Offices: Foreign, 1854 (File 5637. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Offices: Foreign, 1854 (File 5639. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Offices: Foreign, 1854 (File 5640. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Offices: India Board, 1854 (File 5641. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Vice-Admiralty Court, 1854 (File 5642. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Offices: Committee of Privy Council for Trade, Orders-in-Council, 1854 (File 5644. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir James Stirling). Admiralty: Surveyor of the Navy, 1855 (File 5657. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Captains' letters (S. Fremantle), 1855 (File 5658. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Papers relating to passages in HM ships, contract and merchant vessels, 1854 - 1855 (File 5659. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Offices: Foreign, 1855 (File 5661. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Offices: Foreign, 1855 (File 5662. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Offices: Committee of Privy Council for Trade. Orders-in-Council, 1855 (File 5670. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Captains' letters (S. Fremantle). Admirals' despatches: Pacific (H. Bruce), 1855 - 1856 (File 5672. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Offices: Foreign, 1856 (File 5677. AJCP Reel No: 3304)
Offices: Foreign, Colonial, 1856 (File 5678. AJCP Reel No: 3305)
Offices: Council, Orders-in-Council, 1856 (File 5680. AJCP Reel No: 3305)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Michael Seymour), 1857 (File 5683. AJCP Reel No: 3305)
Captains' letters (F, L), 1856 - 1857 (File 5684. AJCP Reel No: 3305)
Offices: Colonial, Foreign, 1857 (File 5687. AJCP Reel No: 3305)
Courts martial, 1857 (File 5690. AJCP Reel No: 3305)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Michael Seymour and Sir James Stirling), 1856 - 1857 (File 5693. AJCP Reel No: 3305)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (R. Baynes), 1858 (File 5694. AJCP Reel No: 3305)
Captains' letters (C), 1858 (File 5695. AJCP Reel No: 3305)
Captains' letters (L, V), 1857 - 1858 (File 5696. AJCP Reel No: 3305)
Papers relating to postal communication with Australia, 1858 (File 5698. AJCP Reel No: 3305)
Offices: Foreign, 1858 (File 5699. AJCP Reel No: 3305)
Offices: Treasury, General Post Office. Admiralty departments, 1858 (File 5700. AJCP Reel No: 3305-3306)
Offices: Colonial, 1858 (File 5701. AJCP Reel No: 3306)
Lieutenants' letters (C. de Crespigny), 1858 (File 5702. AJCP Reel No: 3306)
Offices: Home. Precepts. Admiralty: Accountant-General, 1858 (File 5703. AJCP Reel No: 3306)

Printed orders issued by the House of Commons commanding that various types of papers, such as accounts of expenditure, returns, reports and copies of correspondence, be laid before the House.

Admiralty: Accountant-General, 1858 (File 5704. AJCP Reel No: 3306)
Admiralty: Comptroller of Transport Services, Packet Service, 1858 (File 5705. AJCP Reel No: 3306)
Miscellaneous, 1858 (File 5706. AJCP Reel No: 3306)
Miscellaneous, 1858 (File 5707. AJCP Reel No: 3306)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir Michael Seymour), 1859 (File 5712. AJCP Reel No: 3306)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (R. Baynes) and Australia (W. Loring), 1859 (File 5713. AJCP Reel No: 3306)
Captains' letters (L, M), 1858 - 1859 (File 5714. AJCP Reel No: 3306)
Dockyards, 1859 (File 5715. AJCP Reel No: 3306)
Report on Navy estimates. Admiralty: Secretary's Department, 1859 (File 5716. AJCP Reel No: 3306)
Offices: Foreign, 1859 (File 5719. AJCP Reel No: 3306)
Offices: Foreign, 1859 (File 5720. AJCP Reel No: 3306)
Offices: Colonial, 1859 (File 5721. AJCP Reel No: 3306)
Offices: Treasury. Admiralty: Accountant-General, 1859 (File 5722. AJCP Reel No: 3307)
Miscellaneous, 1859 (File 5730. AJCP Reel No: 3307)
Miscellaneous, 1859 (File 5731. AJCP Reel No: 3307)
Subseries (Pieces 5735-6139). In-letters and papers, 1859 - 1872
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (J. Hope), 1860 (File 5735. AJCP Reel No: 3307)
Admirals' despatches: Australia (W. Loring), 1860 (File 5736. AJCP Reel No: 3307)
Captains' letters (A, D, E, M), 1859 - 1860 (File 5738. AJCP Reel No: 3307)
Admiralty departments, 1860 (File 5743. AJCP Reel No: 3307)
Offices: Colonial, 1860 (File 5744. AJCP Reel No: 3307-3308)
Offices: Foreign, 1860 (File 5745. AJCP Reel No: 3308)
Offices: Treasury. Admiralty departments, 1860 (File 5746. AJCP Reel No: 3308)
Admiralty: Packet Office. Offices: War, 1860 (File 5747. AJCP Reel No: 3308)
Foreign consuls. Admiralty: Accountant-General, 1860 (File 5748. AJCP Reel No: 3308)
Offices: General Post Office, Committee of Privy Council for Trade. Admiralty: Accountant-General. Orders-in-Council, 1860 (File 5749. AJCP Reel No: 3308-3309)
Lieutenants' letters (A, M), 1860 (File 5750. AJCP Reel No: 3309)
Precepts, 1860 (File 5752. AJCP Reel No: 3309)
Miscellaneous, 1860 (File 5753. AJCP Reel No: 3309)
Law officers' opinions on colonial vessels of war, 1860 (File 5755. AJCP Reel No: 3309)
Admirals' despatches: Australia (W. Loring and F. Seymour), 1860 - 1861 (File 5760. AJCP Reel No: 3309)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (Sir Thomas Maitland and Sir Robert Baynes), 1860 - 1861 (File 5761. AJCP Reel No: 3309)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies (Sir James Hope), 1861 (File 5762. AJCP Reel No: 3309)
Captains' letters (C, M, S) and Lieutenants' letters (A), 1860 - 1861 (File 5763. AJCP Reel No: 3309)
Naval regulations and instructions re courts martial and discipline. Papers relating to docks at Singapore, 1861 (File 5765. AJCP Reel No: 3309)
Offices: Foreign, 1861 (File 5767. AJCP Reel No: 3309)
Offices: Foreign, 1861 (File 5768. AJCP Reel No: 3309)
Offices: War, 1861 (File 5769. AJCP Reel No: 3309)
Offices: Colonial, India, 1861 (File 5770. AJCP Reel No: 3309-3310)
Offices: General Post Office, 1861 (File 5772. AJCP Reel No: 3310)
Admiralty: Comptroller of Transport Services, 1861 (File 5775. AJCP Reel No: 3310)
Miscellaneous, 1861 (File 5780. AJCP Reel No: 3310)
Law officers' opinions, 1861 (File 5782. AJCP Reel No: 3310)
Admirals' despatches: Australia (F. Seymour and W. Burnett), 1861 - 1862 (File 5785. AJCP Reel No: 3310)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (Sir Thomas Maitland) and East Indies (Sir James Hope), 1862 (File 5790. AJCP Reel No: 3310)
Captains' letters (C, D), 1862 (File 5791. AJCP Reel No: 3310-3311)
Captains' letters (R, S), 1862 (File 5792. AJCP Reel No: 3311)
Precepts, 1862 (File 5794. AJCP Reel No: 3311)
Admiralty departments, 1862 (File 5795. AJCP Reel No: 3311)
Admiralty: Secretary's Department, 1862 (File 5796. AJCP Reel No: 3311)
Offices: Colonial, 1862 (File 5797. AJCP Reel No: 3311)
Offices: Foreign, 1862 (File 5799. AJCP Reel No: 3311)
Offices: War, 1862 (File 5800. AJCP Reel No: 3311)
Admiralty: Accountant-General, 1862 (File 5801. AJCP Reel No: 3311)
Admiralty: Controller of the Navy, 1862 (File 5802. AJCP Reel No: 3311)
Admiralty: Comptroller of Transport Services, 1862 (File 5803. AJCP Reel No: 3311)
Offices: General Post Office. Admiralty: Controller of the Navy, Director of Transport Services, 1862 (File 5806. AJCP Reel No: 3311)
Offices: Home, 1862 (File 5807. AJCP Reel No: 3311)
Courts martial, 1862 (File 5808. AJCP Reel No: 3312A)
Miscellaneous, 1862 (File 5809. AJCP Reel No: 3312A)
Miscellaneous, 1862 (File 5810. AJCP Reel No: 3312A)
Admirals' despatches: Australia (W. Burnett, R. Jenkins and Sir William Wiseman), 1863 (File 5817. AJCP Reel No: 3312A)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies and China (A. Kuper), 1863 (File 5824. AJCP Reel No: 3312B)
Admirals' despatches: East Indies and China (A. Kuper), 1863 (File 5825. AJCP Reel No: 3312B)
Admirals' despatches: Fast Indies and China (Lord John Hay and F. Montresor) and Pacific (Sir Thomas Maitland and J. Kingcome), 1863 (File 5826. AJCP Reel No: 3312B)
Captains' letters (R. Cator), 1863 (File 5827. AJCP Reel No: 3312B)
Captains' letters (J, K, M), 1863 (File 5828. AJCP Reel No: 3312B)
Captains' letters (R, S), 1863 (File 5829. AJCP Reel No: 3312B)
Admiralty departments, 1863 (File 5833. AJCP Reel No: 3312B)
Admiralty departments, 1863 (File 5834. AJCP Reel No: 3312B)
Admiralty departments, 1863 (File 5835. AJCP Reel No: 3313)
Admiralty: Accountant-General, 1863 (File 5836. AJCP Reel No: 3313)
Admiralty: Accountant-General, 1863 (File 5837. AJCP Reel No: 3313)
Admiralty: Storekeeper-General, 1863 (File 5839. AJCP Reel No: 3313)
Admiralty: Controller of the Navy, 1863 (File 5840. AJCP Reel No: 3313)
Admiralty: Controller of the Navy, 1863 (File 5842. AJCP Reel No: 3313)
Admiralty: Director of Transport Services, 1863 (File 5843. AJCP Reel No: 3313)
Lieutenants' letters (C. Hill), 1863 (File 5845. AJCP Reel No: 3313)
Offices: Board of Trade, 1863 (File 5847. AJCP Reel No: 3313)
Offices: Colonial, 1863 (File 5848. AJCP Reel No: 3313)
Offices: Colonial. Admiralty: Director of Transport Services, 1863 (File 5849. AJCP Reel No: 3313)
Offices: Foreign, 1863 (File 5850. AJCP Reel No: 3313)
Offices: Foreign, 1863 (File 5851. AJCP Reel No: 3313)
Offices: Foreign, 1863 (File 5852. AJCP Reel No: 3314)
Offices: Treasury, 1863 (File 5853. AJCP Reel No: 3314)
Offices: War, 1863 (File 5854. AJCP Reel No: 3314)
Offices: War, 1863 (File 5855. AJCP Reel No: 3314)
Offices: General Post Office, 1863 (File 5857. AJCP Reel No: 3314)
Miscellaneous, 1863 (File 5858. AJCP Reel No: 3314)
Miscellaneous, 1863 (File 5859. AJCP Reel No: 3314)
Miscellaneous, 1863 (File 5860. AJCP Reel No: 3314)
Precepts, 1863 (File 5862. AJCP Reel No: 3314)
Courts martial, 1863 (File 5863. AJCP Reel No: 3314)
Admirals' despatches: Australia (Sir William Wiseman), 1864 (File 5868. AJCP Reel No: 3314)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (J. Kingcome), 1864 (File 5878. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Captains' letters (H, M, S), 1864 (File 5880. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Admiralty: Secretary's Department, 1864 (File 5882. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Admiralty: Secretary's Department, 1864 (File 5883. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Admiralty departments, 1864 (File 5884. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Admiralty departments, 1864 - 1865 (File 5885. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Admiralty: Accountant-General, 1864 (File 5886. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Admiralty: Accountant-General, 1864 (File 5887. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Admiralty: Controller of the Navy. Offices: General Post Office, 1864 (File 5890. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Admiralty: Director of Transport Services, 1864 (File 5893. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Admiralty: Marine Office, 1864 (File 5897. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Offices: Board of Trade, 1864 (File 5898. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Offices: Colonial, 1864 (File 5899. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Offices: Colonial, 1864 (File 5900. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Offices: Foreign, 1864 (File 5901. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Offices: Foreign, 1864 (File 5903. AJCP Reel No: 3315)
Offices: Treasury. Admiralty: Director of Transport Services, 1864 (File 5904. AJCP Reel No: 3316)
Offices: War, 1864 (File 5905. AJCP Reel No: 3316)
Offices: War, 1864 (File 5906. AJCP Reel No: 3316)
Offices: Home, India, 1864 (File 5907. AJCP Reel No: 3316)
Offices: General Post Office, 1864 (File 5908. AJCP Reel No: 3316)
Miscellaneous, 1864 (File 5911. AJCP Reel No: 3316)
Miscellaneous, 1864 (File 5912. AJCP Reel No: 3316)
Precepts, 1865 (File 5913. AJCP Reel No: 3316)
Admirals' despatches: China (G. King), 1865 (File 5923. AJCP Reel No: 3316)
Admirals' despatches: Pacific (J. Denman), 1865 (File 5924. AJCP Reel No: 3316)
Admirals' despatches: Australia (Sir William Wiseman), 1865 (File 5925. AJCP Reel No: 3316-3317)
Captains' letters (J. Carnegie), 1865 (File 5926. AJCP Reel No: 3317)
Captains' letters (H, J, K), 1865 (File 5927. AJCP Reel No: 3317)
Captains' letters (N. Tumour), 1865 (File 5928. AJCP Reel No: 3317)
Admiralty departments, 1865 (File 5931. AJCP Reel No: 3317)
Admiralty departments, 1865 (File 5933. AJCP Reel No: 3317)
Report on crime and punishment in the Navy, in the year 1863, 1865 (File 5934. AJCP Reel No: 3317)
Return of naval courts martial, 1865 (File 5935. AJCP Reel No: 3317)
Admiralty departments, 1865 (File 5936. AJCP Reel No: 3317)
Admiralty: Accountant-General, 1865 (File 5937. AJCP Reel No: 3317)