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Fonds. Treasury: Minutes, Entry-books and correspondence, 1787 - 1900

Series T1. In-letters and files. Treasury Board papers, 1783 - 1840

Original correspondence to the Treasury Board from government agencies, the colonies and individuals, together with reports and draft minutes. Arranged chronologically, apart from a collection of papers, the 'Long Papers' (c.1820-1840), which are grouped by subject...

Subseries (Pieces 587-3031). Papers registered during the period 1782-1837 and unregistered papers of 1782-1809

The writing in this volume is too closely bound into the volume to reproduce in entirety...

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 478–560, 1783 (File 587. AJCP Reel No: 3549)
Memorial of Henry Hutchinson, 19 November 1783 (Item 510)

Whose father proposed the expedition to the South Seas under Lord Anson...R.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 427–570, 1784 (File 599. AJCP Reel No: 3549)
John Meader petition for whale fishing bounty, 2 March 1784 (Item 477)

Report on the referred petition of John Meader praying to be allowed the Bounty, for the ship May Bird, alleged to have been employed on the Southern Whale Fishery.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 573–740, 1784 (File 600. AJCP Reel No: 3549)
Mr Chamberlayne's report on Mr Campbell's claim (Item 573)

Claim of £1100.7. for maintenance of Convicts ordered for Transportation.

Employment of convicts of the Censor, 2 December 1784 (Item 670)

Lord Sydney - Convicts on board the Censor hulk to be employed until their sentences can be put into execution.

Duncan Campbell: employment of convicts on board the Censor hulk, 30 November 1784 (Item 684)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1930A–2070A, 1784 (File 608. AJCP Reel No: 3549)
Duncan Campbell: convict disbursements, 23 July 1784 (Item 1775a)

Lord Sydney - with Duncan Campbell's disbursements on account of convicts on the River Thames for one year ending 12th Inst.

Mr Chamberlayne's Report on Mr Campbell's disbursements (Item 2067a)

Two amounts of disbursements as Overseer of Convicts and for maintenance of Convicts.

Treasury Board Papers - (Unregistered), 1784 (File 610. AJCP Reel No: 3549)

An account of all monies paid for Bounties on the Southern Whale Fishery from the commencement of the said Bounties to the present time.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 240B–324A, 1785 (File 613. AJCP Reel No: 3549)
Account of Mr Cowdry: Superintendent of Convicts, 7 February 1785 (Item 316a)

Lord Sydney - account of convicts under sentence of transportation.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 405B–472B, 1785 (File 616. AJCP Reel No: 3549)
Account for maintenance of convicts (Item 451a)

Mr Chamberlayne's Report on Mr Campbell's claim of £1448.18 for maintenance of convicts ordered for transportation.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 473–640, 1785 (File 617. AJCP Reel No: 3549)
Mr Chamberlayne's Report on Mr Kirby's account for maintenance of convicts (Item 554b)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 750A–958A, 1785 (File 619. AJCP Reel No: 3549)
Mr D. Campbell: request for payment for convict maintenance, 15 April 1785 (Item 799a)

Return of convicts on board the Justicia and Censor hulks to 12 Inst. and desiring payment of his allowance for the care of them. [1 document]

Lord Sydney: Mr William Cowdry's account of expenses for care of convicts (to 31 March), 20 April 1785 (Item 855a)

[3 documents]

Lord Sydney: convict hulks, 20 March 1785 (Item 856a)

Respecting the providing of another vessel to receive convicts on board until the proper season shall arrive for their transportation. [2 documents]

Mr Chamberlayne's Report on Mr Campbell's demand for maintenance of convicts (Item 899a)

On board the Justitia and Censor hulks. [2 documents]

Reports of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich, January 1785 - April 1785 (Item)

Unnumbered

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1420–1677, 1785 (File 622. AJCP Reel No: 3549)
Mr Chamberlayne's Report on Mr Campbell's demand for maintenance of convicts (Item 1615a)

On board the Justicia and Censor hulks. [3 documents]

Mr Duncan Campbell: Letter [Report of Convicts], 12 January 1785 (Item)

[2 documents, unumbered]

Reports of Convicts under sentence of transportation, April 1785 - July 1785 (Item)

On board the Censor and Justitia hulks at Woolwich. [3 documents, unnumbered].

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1680A–1890, 1785 (File 623. AJCP Reel No: 3549)
Lord Sydney: Mr Duncan Campbell's account for maintaining convicts under sentence of transportation to 12th Instant, 15 July 1785 (Item 1578a)

[1 document]

Mr Nepean: agreement with Mr Duncan Campbell for the Ceres hulk for the reception of convicts, 27 July 1785 (Item 1799a)

[2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Unregistered, 1785 (File 624. AJCP Reel No: 3549)
Draft of orders of His Majesty in Council fixing the place to which sundry convicts are to be transported, 11 March 1785 - 13 May 1785 (Item)
Convicts: transportation to Africa, 13 May 1785 (Item)

Draft order declaring and appointing Africa to be the place to which sundry convicts under sentence to be transported to parts beyond the seas shall be conveyed or transported.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1–276, 1786 (File 626. AJCP Reel No: 3549)
Mr Chamberlayne's Report on Mr Campbell's demand for maintenance of convicts, 12 October 1785 (Item 211)

On board the Justitia and Censor hulks for one quarter ending on the given date.

Report of convicts under sentence of transportation, 12 October 1785 - 12 January 1786 (Item)

On board the Censor hulk at Woolwich. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 277–548, 1786 (File 627. AJCP Reel No: 3549)
Commrs Navy: Establishment for hulks at Plymouth, 7 February 1786 (Item 347)

[4 documents]

Messrs H. & Bradley, 13 February 1786 (Item 394)

Terms on which they agree to take the conduct of victualling the convicts at Plymouth. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 949–1247, 1786 (File 630. AJCP Reel No: 3549)
Lord Sydney: Mr Duncan Campbell's disbursements on account of convicts to 12th instant, 15 April 1786 (Item 935)

[1 document]

Mr Chamberlayne's Report on Mr Campbell's demand for maintenance of convicts, 12 April 1786 (Item 981)

On board the Justitia and Censor hulks for one quarter. [1 document]

Mr Chamberlayne's Report on Mr Campbell's demand for maintenance of convicts, 12 April 1786 (Item 982)

On board the Ceres hulk for one quarter. [1 document].

Report of convicts ordered for hard labour or transportation (Item)

On board the Justitia and Censor hulks. [unnumbered].

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1881–2089, 1786 (File 634. AJCP Reel No: 3549-3550)
Reports of convicts on the Justitia and Censor hulks at Woolwich [3 documents], 12 April 1786 - 12 July 1786 (Item)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2092–2271, 1786 (File 635. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Plymouth Dock: Mr Hen. Bradley, 14 August 1786 (Item 2148)

Advice of a bill for the purchase of a long boat & c. for conveying provisions & c. to convicts [3 documents].

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2272–2562, 1786 (File 636. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Lord Sydney: Expense of conveying convicts from Woolwich to Portsmouth £30.3.3. [3 documents], 16 October 1786 (Item 2464)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2564–2703, 1786 (File 637. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts on board the Justicia and Censor hulks, 16 October 1786 (Item 2602)

From 22nd July to 12th October.

Return of convicts on board the Ceres hulk [2 documents], 12 April 1786 - 12 July 1786 (Item)
Report of convicts under sentence of transportation, 12 July 1786 - 12 October 1786 (Item)

On board the Ceres hulk at Woolwich [2 documents].

Account of bounties and clothing £192.5.10 [1 document] (Item)

unnumbered

Coroner's Bill of the convicts that died belonging to the Ceres - £107.12.6 (Item)

[1 document, unnumbered]

Coroner's Bill of the convicts that died belonging to the Justitia - £49 (Item)

[1 document, unnumbered]

Coroner's Bill of the convicts that died belonging to the Censor - £38.10.0 (Item)

[1 document, unnumbered]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2707–2908, 1786 (File 638. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts on board the Fortunee hulk at Portsmouth (Item 1433)

[3 documents]

Report of convicts on board the Fortunee hulk, 20 February 1786 - 20 May 1786 (Item 2471)

[1 document]

Return of convicts on the Fortunee (Item 2707)
Mr Rogers of the Ordnance: Arms cutlasses and ammunition to be issued for the intended settlement at Botany Bay, 28 November 1786 (Item 2798)

[1 document]

Reports of convicts on board the Justitia and Censor hulks, 12 July 1786 - 12 October 1786 (Item)

[unnumbered]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2919–3013, 1786 (File 639. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Lord Sydney: plan for sending convicts to New South Wales (6 enclosures) (Item 2176)
Commissrs of the Navy, 29 August 1786 (Item 2218)

Relating to providing transports and provisions for convicts to be sent to Botany Bay. [1 document]

Commrs Navy, 2 September 1786 (Item 2267)

Respecting the time that should be fixed for the sailing of the ships intended for carrying the convicts to Botany Bay [1 document].

Mr Nepean, 4 September 1786 (Item 2269)

Respecting the mode of victualling the marines and convicts to be sent to Botany Bay. [1 document]

Mr Nepean, 31 October 1786 (Item 2553)

Articles necessary to be provided for the purchase of stock and c. for the intended settlement on Botany Bay. [2 documents]

Commrs Navy (Item 2558)

Whether rum is to be allowed to the marines intended to be stationed at Botany Bay. [1 document]

Commrs Navy, 6 November 1786 (Item 2575)

Application of Messrs Harrison & Co. that they may be permitted to ship the articles for Botany Bay free of duties and fees. [2 documents]

Commrs of the Navy, 13 November 1786 (Item 2618)

Returning Messrs Collogan & Co's letter proposing to supply the troops going to Botany Bay with wine. [2 documents]

Messrs Rashleigh & Co., 13 November 1786 (Item 2621)

That they will purchase Hatchets and c. to be sent to Botany Bay [1 document]

Commrs Navy, 13 November 1786 (Item 2624)

With list of articles furnished for the settlement on Botany Bay.

Mr Nepean, 14 November 1786 (Item 2643)

List of surgeons' instruments and c. for the use of convicts going to Botany Bay [2 documents]

Commrs Navy, 21 November 1786 (Item 2683)

Respecting the medicines and surgeons' instruments and c. intended for Botany Bay. [1 document]

Commrs Navy, 20 November 1786 (Item 2702)

Transports ready to receive the stores to be supplied by Messrs Harrison & Co. [2 documents]

Mr Stiles, 23 November 1786 (Item 2746)

On Govr. Phillips application for drawback on articles to be taken by him to Botany Bay.

Commissrs of the Navy, 30 November 1786 (Item 2791)

Rum for the marines on their passage to Botany Bay to be shipped free of Duty. [1 document]

Commissrs of the Navy, 4 December 1786 (Item 2839)

Transport for Botany Bay waiting only for rum for the marines. [1 document]

Mr Nepean, 7 December 1786 (Item 2850)

In answer to Mr Rose's letter respecting the place for the rendezvous of transports going to Botany Bay. [1 document]

Commrs of the Navy, 11 December 1786 (Item 2876)

Further arrangements for ships going to Botany Bay. [1 document]

Mr Nepean, 13 December 1786 (Item 2898)

With letter from Captain Phillip representing the deficiency of tonnage provided for conveying the stores and c. to Botany Bay. [2 documents]

Mr Nepean, 18 December 1786 (Item 2927)

Respecting the insecure state of the Alexander transport app. to carry convicts to Botany Bay. [2 documents]

Commissrs of the Navy, 19 December 1786 (Item 2931)

Additional securities to be fixed on board the Alexander transport. [1 document]

Commissrs Navy, 19 December 1786 (Item 2957)

That the Marques for Botany Bay cannot be completed in less than three weeks. [1 document]

Lord Sydney, 22 December 1786 (Item 2984)

Another vessel necessary to be taken up for conveying more convicts and marines to Botany Bay. [2 documents]

Mr Nepean, 22 December 1786 (Item 2985)

The marines and female convicts (mentioned in Lord Sydney's letter of this date) to be victualled as the others who are to be sent to Botany Bay. [1 document]

Commrs Navy, 16 December 1786 (Item)

In regard to the additional tonnage for the convicts to be sent to Botany Bay. [1 document]

Mr Nepean, 28 November 1786 (Item)

With list of seeds necessary to be sent to the intended settlement at Botany Bay.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2–215, 1787 (File 641. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Lord Sydney: Mr Duncan Campbell's account for maintaining convicts under sentence of transportation to the 12th instant £1660.1, 19 January 1787 (Item 175)
Return of convicts confined aboard the Dunkirk at Plymouth, 25 September 1786 - 25 December 1786 (Item)

Both days included in date range [unnumbered].

Report of convicts...on board the Censor hulk at Woolwich, 12 October 1786 - 12 January 1787 (Item)

[unnumbered]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 386–698, 1787 (File 643. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Commrs Navy: Refreshments for the sick convicts and marines on board the Alexander transport, 19 February 1787 (Item 409)

[3 documents]

Report of convicts...on board the Fortunee hulk (Item)

[unnumbered]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 703–853, 1787 (File 644. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Mr Henry Bradley: account for maintaining convicts at Plymouth, 25 March 1787 (Item 756)
D. Campbell: account for maintaining convicts on board the Ceres hulk at Woolwich (Item 862)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 863–1085, 1787 (File 645. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Mr Chamberlayne's Report on Mr Campbell's demand for maintenance of the convicts, 12 April 1787 (Item 895)

On board the Justicia and Censor hulks for one quarter.

Lord Sydney: issue of £882.15.6 to Mr Pollock on account of certain fees and disbursements, 28 April 1787 (Item 976)

[3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1087–1478, 1787 (File 646. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Lord Sydney: Sir Sampson Wright's account for conveying convicts to Portsmouth to be embarked for transportation, 14 May 1787 (Item 1235)

[3 documents]

Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts on board the Fortunee hulk at Langston Harbour, Portsmouth, 23 May 1787 (Item 1279)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1483–1737, 1787 (File 647. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Plymouth, Mr Bradley: money due for maintenance of convicts on board the Dunkirk hulk, 26 June 1787 (Item 1597)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1740–1925, 1787 (File 648. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Mr Chamberlayne's Report on Mr Campbell's demand for maintenance of the convicts, 12 July 1787 (Item 1743)

On board the Justitia and Censor hulks for one quarter.

Lord Sydney: Mr D. Campbell's account for convicts, 19 July 1787 (Item 1808)
Lord Sydney: account for conveying 18 convicts to Portsmouth, 4 August 1787 (Item 1912)

[1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1927–2057, 1787 (File 649. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Mr D. Campbell: return of convicts on board the Fortunee hulk, 22 August 1787 (Item 2008)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2061–2480, 1787 (File 650. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Duncan Campbell Esq.: return of convicts on board the Justitia and Censor hulks to 12th Instant, 15 October 1787 (Item 2226)
Lord Sydney: transmitting Mr D. Campbell's account for convicts under sentence of transportation to the 12th Instant, 20 October 1787 (Item 2269)
Victualling Office, 14 November 1787 (Item 2440)

Mr Cherry for orders to release Chatham stores from the charge for Provisions put on board certain transports [1 document]

Mr Chamberlayne's Report on Mr Campbell's claim for maintenance of convicts, 25 October 1787 (Item 2443)

On board the Justitia and Censor hulks for one quarter ending the 12th Instant. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2485–2803, 1787 (File 651. AJCP Reel No: 3550)
Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts on board the Fortunee hulk to 20th Instant, 23 November 1787 (Item 2505)
Plymouth Dock: Mr Henry Bradley, 26 December 1787 (Item 2803)

For payment of £811.11.0 due for care & c. of convicts confined on board the Dunkirk hulk

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2–272, 1788 (File 653. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Mr D. Campbell: return of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich (to 12 of January), 15 January 1788 (Item 76)

[3 documents]

Mr Chamberlayne's report on Mr Campbell's demand for maintenance of convicts on board the Justitia and Censor hulks, 25 January 1788 (Item 157)

[1 document]

Lord Sydney with Mr Campbell's return of convicts on board the Ceres and Stanislaus hulks, 24 January 1788 (Item 164)

[4 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 274–437, 1788 (File 654. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Commissioners of the Customs on the Petition of Messrs. Moore and others, owners of the Snow Jupiter employed on the Southern Whale Fishery, 13 February 1788 (Item 283)

[1 document]

Nepean, on bills drawn by Governor Phillip and Commissary Miller (Item 296)

With two enclosures. [3 documents]

Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts under sentence of transportation on board the Fortune hulk in Langston Harbour (Item 354)

With one enclosure [2 documents]

Report of convicts ordered for hard labour or transportation on board the Justitia hulk at Woolwich, 12 July 1788 - 12 October 1788 (Item)

Enclosed in Mr Duncan Campbell's letter of 21 October 1788 [2 documents, unnumbered]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 438–831, 1788 (File 655. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Commissioners Navy report on Mr Duncan Campbell's proposal for a vessel to contain 270 convicts, 25 March 1788 (Item 592)

[3 documents]

Mr Henry Bradley: account of convicts, 26 March 1788 (Item 611)

On board the Dunkirk hulk at Plymouth, 25 March 1788 and expense of maintenance thereon. [3 documents]

Commissioners Navy: report on Mr Richard's proposal relating to the care and supply of some convicts, 10 April 1788 (Item 731)

[1 document]

Lord Sydney: Mr Duncan Campbell's account for maintaining convicts on board the Stanislaus and Ceres, 19 April 1788 (Item 797)

[3 documents]

Governor Phillip: account of certain disbursements - £135 for which a bill was drawn out September 1787 (1 enclosure), 7 November 1787 (Item 830)

[2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 836–1076, 1788 (File 656. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Mr Chamberlayne's report on Mr Campbell's demand for maintenance of the convicts (Item 955)

On board the Justitia and Censor hulks for one quarter ending the 12 April last [4 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1077–1343, 1788 (File 657. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts under sentence of transportation on board the Fortune to 20 instant, 28 May 1788 (Item 1090)

[2 documents]

Mr Henry Bradley: return of convicts, 26 June 1788 (Item 1322)

On board the Dunkirk hulk at Plymouth from 26 March to 25 June 1788.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1344–1599, 1788 (File 658. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Memorial of William Chimmery, Agent for the intended Settlement in New South Wales (Item 1531)

[2 documents]

Lord Sydney: Mr Duncan Campbell's account of convicts under sentence of transportation to 12th instant, 22 July 1788 (Item 1574)

[4 documents]

Ceres report and accounts (Item)

[5 documents, unnumbered]

Stanislaus report and accounts (Item)

[1 document]

Lion's report and accounts (Item)

[1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1600–1840, 1788 (File 659. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Mr Duncan Campbell: account of convicts, 25 August 1788 (Item 1780)

On board the Fortune, hulk in Langston Harbour from 20th May to 20th Instant. [1 document]

Report of convicts under sentence of transportation, 20 May 1788 - 20 August 1788 (Item)

On board the Fortune hulk. [1 document, unnumbered]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2122–2326, 1788 (File 661. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Lord Sydney: transmitting proposals from Mr Duncan Campbell for an additional hulk for convicts, 27 September 1787 (Item 2149)

[2 documents]

Plymouth: Mr Henry Bradley: return of convicts, 26 September 1787 (Item 2151)

On board the Dunkirk hulk at Plymouth from 26 June to 25 September 1787. [3 documents]

Lord Sydney: recommending that a ship be immediately taken up for the reception of female convicts now under sentence of transportation, 31 October 1788 (Item 2185)

[1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2327–2450, 1788 (File 662. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts under sentence of transportation to 20th instant, 26 November 1788 (Item 2338)

[4 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2452–2550, 1788 (File 663. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Mr Henry Bradley: account of convicts on board the Dunkirk hulk at Plymouth to 25 December, 27 December 1788 (Item 2536)

[3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3–185, 1789 (File 665. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Mr Duncan Campbell's letter, 12 January 1789 (Item)

[4 documents, unnumbered]

Lord Sydney: Mr Duncan Campbell's accounts for maintaining and keep of convicts under sentence of transportation for one quarter to 12 instant, 19 January 1789 (Item 89)

(4 enclosures), [5 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 186–469, 1789 (File 666. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts under sentence of transportation to 20th instant, 24 February 1789 (Item 395)

(2 enclosures), [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 473–751, 1789 (File 667. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Mr Henry Bradley: return of convicts on board the Dunkirk at Plymouth to 25 March 1789, 26 March 1789 (Item 591)

[2 documents]

Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts on board the Justitia and Censor hulks to 12th instant, 17 April 1789 (Item 702)

[4 documents]

Lord Sydney: with Mr Duncan Campbell's account of convicts on board the Ceres, Stanislaus and Lion to the 12th instant, 18 April 1789 (Item 729)

[3 documents]

Lord Sydney: provisions etc. to be supplied to female convicts going to Botany Bay (with 2 enclosures) [3 documents], 24 April 1789 (Item 759)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 766–960, 1789 (File 668. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Commissioners Navy Articles necessary for the female convicts who are pregnant on board the Juliana [1 document], 4 May 1789 (Item 835)
Commissioners of the Navy - in answer to Mr Rose's letter of the 7 May relating to sending out Lime Stones to Botany Bay - vessel of 30 tons - and essence of Wort [1 document], 8 May 1789 (Item 894)
New South Wales: Commissary Miller. List of all the persons upon the settlement [2 documents], 17 November 1788 (Item 913)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 964–1260, 1789 (File 669. AJCP Reel No: 3551)
Report of convicts under sentence of transportation...on board the Fortune hulk [3 documents], 20 February 1789 - 20 May 1789 (Item 1028)
Commissioners of the Navy, 1 June 1789 (Item 1084)

Submitting whether the surgeon who is appointed to take care of the female convicts on their passage to Botany Bay may not answer the purposes for which it is intended to send a Lieutenant [1 document]

Account of Lieutenant Shortland's expenses in bringing Governor Phillip's dispatches from the Isle of Wight [1 document] (Item 1170)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1500–1749, 1789 (File 671. AJCP Reel No: 3551-3552)
Mr Nepean: ships ready to sail for Botany Bay [1 document], 8 January 1787 (Item 50)
Commissioners of the Navy: desiring direction for the Master of the Prince of Wales transport going to Botany Bay [1 document], 29 January 1787 (Item 240)
Nepean: Prince of Wales transport for Botany Bay to proceed to Portsmouth to join Captain Philip [1 document], 8 February 1787 (Item 334)
Commissioners of the Navy: that Mr Zach. Clark may go to Botany Bay as Agent to Mr Richards contractor for Provisions (with enclosure) [2 documents], 14 February 1787 (Item 360)
Commissioners of the Navy: with extracts of letters from Governor Phillip respecting the convicts at Botany Bay [3 documents], 22 April 1789 (Item 748)
Lord Sydney: List of articles necessary to be sent to New South Wales for the use of the Settlement [1 document with enclosure], 29 April 1789 (Item 801)
Secretary at War, 20 May 1789 (Item 998)

The marines serving at New South Wales to be relieved and a Corps of Infantry to be raised to replace them (2 enclosures) [3 documents]

Grenville: half a years allowance in advance to persons hired as superintendents to convicts in New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 29 June 1789 (Item 1299)
Grenville: one thousand more convicts to be forthwith sent to New South Wales (with enclosures) [3 documents], 6 July 1789 (Item 1341)
Grenville: half a years salary in advance to the Reverend Mr Crowther as Assistant Chaplain to the Settlement at New South Wales [1 document], 2 July 1789 (Item 1366)
Secretary at War: with a fresh estimate of the Corps now raising for service in New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 4 July 1789 (Item 1386)
Commissioners Customers on memorial of Samuel Enderby & premium on 5 ships employed in the Southern Whale Fishery (2 enclosures) [3 documents] (Item 1566)
Commissioners of the Navy on proposals of Mr Davis and Mr Richards for conveying 1000 convicts to New South Wales - and recommending a public contract (4 enclosures) [5 documents], 12 August 1789 (Item 1632)
Commissioners of the Navy: in answer to Mr Steele's letter acquainting them that no soldiers were to accompany the convicts to Botany Bay (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 24 August 1789 (Item 1721)
Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts on board the Fortune hulk to the 20 instant, 26 August 1789 (Item 1725)
St. Crux: Governor Phillip: bills drawn by Commissary Miller £76.1.9 for supplying convicts (one enclosure) [2 documents], 10 June 1787 (Item 2028)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1754–1871, 1789 (File 672. AJCP Reel No: 3552)
Mr Henry Bradley: account of convicts on board the Dunkirk hulk at Plymouth to 25 June (with enclosure) [2 documents], 25 June 1789 (Item 1280)
Mr Chamberlayne's report on Mr Duncan Campbell's letter praying an allowance of two sums mounting together to £3443.3.6 for maintenance of convicts [5 documents] (Item 1655)
Commissioners of the Navy: that they have contracted for transportation of convicts to New South Wales at seventeen pounds seven shillings and sixpence per head [1 document], 8 September 1789 (Item 1796)
An account of money disbursed by Thomas Cotton Esq. for His Majesty's Special Service (Item 1823)
Commissioners of the Navy: names tonnage etc. of the vessels contracted for by them to carry convicts to New South Wales [1 document], 10 September 1789 (Item 1805)
Mr Secretary Grenville: with Mr Duncan Campbell's account of convicts to 12 October [1 document], 20 October 1789 (Item 2069)
Mr James Bradley: return of convicts on board the Dunkirk hullk at Plymouth from 16 June to 25 October 1789 [3 documents], 6 November 1789 (Item 2150)
Mr Duncan Campbell with return of convicts on board the Fortune hulk from 20 August to 20 November 1789: £2,000.6.0 [4 documents], 25 November 1789 (Item 2240)
Report of convicts on board the Lion hulk at Portsmouth [2 documents], 12 April 1789 - 12 July 1789 (Item)
Report of the convicts on board the Lion hulk at Portsmouth from [1 document], 12 July 1789 - 12 October 1789 (Item)
Report of the convicts on board the Stanislaus hulk at Woolwich [1 document], 12 April 1789 - 12 July 1789 (Item)
Report of convicts on board the Stanislaus hulk at Woolwich [2 documents], 12 July 1789 - 12 October 1789 (Item)
Report of the convicts on board the Ceres hulk in Langstone Harbour (2 enclosures) [3 documents], 12 April 1789 - 12 July 1789 (Item)
Report of the convicts on board the Ceres hulk in Langston Harbour [1 document], 12 July 1789 - 12 October 1789 (Item)
Convicts confined on board the Dunkirk [2 documents] (Item)
Return of convicts on board the hulk in Plymouth Harbour [2 documents] (Item)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1877–2071, 1789 (File 673. AJCP Reel No: 3552)
Mr Nepean: with list of troops and convicts destined for New South Wales (list not enclosed) [1 document], 26 October 1789 (Item 2028)
Mr Nepean: Rel. to taking up another vessel in addition to those going to Botany Bay [1 document], 30 October 1789 (Item 2050)
Mr Nepean: Mr Pollock to be repaid five guineas for the carriage of some articles to be put on Board the Guardian transport [1 document], 28 October 1789 (Item 2060)
Mr Nepean: Rel. to continuing the Dunkirk hulk at Plymouth for the reception of convicts [1 document], 30 October 1789 (Item 2061)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2078–2290, 1789 (File 674. AJCP Reel No: 3552)
Mr S. Bernard: in answer to Mr Steele's letter relative to the embarkation of convicts, 23 November 1789 (Item 2230)

Copy of letter from Captain Hill complaining of the accommodations on board the Surprize transport [2 documents]

Commissioners of the Navy: with copies of four letters from the owners etc. of the Surprize transport complaining of the conduct of Lieutenant Hill [5 documents], 23 November 1789 (Item 2237)
Mr Fawkener Council Office: with petition of Mr Thos. Yorke of Bristol praying that certain boats and harpoons imported from America for the Southern Whale Fisheries may be admitted to an entry [2 documents] (Item 2266)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 6–299, 1790 (File 677. AJCP Reel No: 3552)
Mr Nepean: in answer to Mr Steele's letter of 27th Ult. respecting the Queen transport engaged to carry convicts from Ireland to New South Wales [1 document], 5 January 1791 (Item 30)
Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts on board the Justitia and Censor hulks at Woolwich for a year 12th instant [1 document] (Item 142)
Mr William Richards junior: requesting payment for Sundry coppers, Hearths and c. supplied for the use of the settlement at Port Jackson (with enclosure) [2 documents], 27 January 1790 (Item 203)
Mr Chamberlayne's report on Mr Campbell's claim for maintenance of convicts for one quarter [1 document], 12 January 1790 (Item 234)
Mr Secretary Grenville with three accounts of Mr Duncan Campbell for maintaining convicts under sentence of transportation to 12 January last [4 documents], 2 February 1790 (Item 291)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 304–620, 1790 (File 678. AJCP Reel No: 3552)
Mr Duncan Campbell return of convicts under sentence of transportation from 20 November 1789 to 20 instant [2 documents], 26 February 1790 (Item 450)
Commissioners of the Navy: submitting whether it will not be better to delay the embarkation of the one thousand convicts for Botany Bay till the month of August as more suitable to the China trade [1 document], 1 March 1790 (Item 473)
Mr Nepean: that convicts are not to be embarked for New South Wales until the month of August [1 document], 17 March 1790 (Item 605)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 773–1128, 1790 (File 680. AJCP Reel No: 3552)
Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts on board the Justicia and Censor hulks from 12 January last to 12 instant [1 document], 16 April 1790 (Item 803)
Mr Grenville on Mr Duncan Campbell's accounts of convicts from 12 January to 12 instant [3 documents] (Item 817)
Mr Duncan Campbell that the Justitia and Censor hulks are out of repair, and desiring permission to remove the convicts to the Prudentia which he has fitted up for that purpose [1 document], 3 May 1790 (Item 939)
Mr James Bradley with return of convicts on board the Dunkirk hulk at Plymouth between 26 January and 25 April 1790 [3 documents], 3 May 1790 (Item 940)
Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts under sentence of transportation on board the Fortune hulk from 20 February to 20 instant [3 documents], 26 May 1790 (Item 1119)
Report of convicts on board the Stanislaus hulk at Woolwich [2 documents], 12 January 1790 - 12 April 1790 (Item)
Report of convicts on board the Ceres hulk in Langstone Harbour [1 document], 12 January 1790 - 12 April 1790 (Item)
Return of convicts on board the Lion hulk at Portsmouth [1 document], 12 January 1790 - 12 April 1790 (Item)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1330–1396, 1790 (File 682. AJCP Reel No: 3552)
Commissioners of the Navy, 26 June 1790 (Item 1321)

With extract of letter from Lieutenant Edgar giving an account of his proceedings with the Juliana transport destined to Botany Bay (1 enclosure) [2 documents].

Mr Cottrell: Council recommending a stay of process against some spirits belonging to Messrs. Enderby & Sons returned in the ship Emilie from the Southern Whale Fishery [1 document], 3 July 1790 (Item 1369)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1397–1624, 1790 (File 683. AJCP Reel No: 3552)
Mr Duncan Campbell with return of convicts on board the Censor and Justitia hulks at Woolwich from 12 April to 12 July 1790 (2 enclosures) [3 documents], 14 July 1790 (Item 1426)
Mr Secretary Grenville, 22 July 1790 (Item 1519)

Mr Duncan Campbell's account for maintaining convicts under sentence of transportation from 12 April to 12 instant - also account of extra disbursements for convicts confined to hard labour for a year to 12 instant [2 documents]

Report of convicts on board the Lion hulk at Portsmouth [1 document], 12 April 1790 - 12 July 1790 (Item)
Report of convicts on board the Stanislaus hulk at Woolwich [2 documents], 12 April 1790 - 12 July 1790 (Item)
Report of convicts on board the Ceres hulk in Langstone Harbour [1 document], 12 April 1790 - 12 July 1790 (Item)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1625–1943, 1790 (File 684. AJCP Reel No: 3552)
Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts and desiring issue of £2002.5.0 (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 25 August 1790 (Item 1675)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1944–2099, 1790 (File 685. AJCP Reel No: 3552)
Mr Grenville: Mr Duncan Campbell's accounts of convicts under sentence of transportation from 12 July to 12 instant (with enclosures), 22 October 1790 (Item 1973)
Mr Jame Bradley: return of convicts on board the Dunkirk hulk at Plymouth from 26 July to 25 October 1790 [2 documents], 30 October 1790 (Item 2014)
Mr Chamberlayne's report on Mr Campbell's claim for maintenance of convicts for one quarter (3 enclosures) [4 documents], 12 October 1790 (Item 2092)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2102–2292, 1790 (File 686. AJCP Reel No: 3552)
Lieutenant Shortland: report on memorial of the owners of the Friendship transport destroyed on her passage from Botany Bay [1 document], 10 November 1790 (Item 2106)
Mr Nepean: copy of letter from Governor Phillip relating to the appointment of a Deputy Commissary of store (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 30 November 1790 (Item 2217)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2300–2400, 1790 (File 687. AJCP Reel No: 3552)
Mr Secretary Grenville that it is intended to send 1000 more convicts to New South Wales as soon as the Spring Assizes be over [1 document], 10 February 1790 (Item 309)
Captain E. Riou[?]: with an account of the Black cattle and other live stock, corn, etc. purchased for the use of the settlement at Port Jackson (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 10 December 1789 (Item 772)
Mr Nepean: Mr Barber who is going as a superintendent to New South Wales, to be paid four months salary in advance from December last (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 28 May 1790 (Item 895)
Commissioners Navy: with letter from Lieutenant Shapcote, giving an account of his proceedings with the ships and convicts destined to Botany Bay (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 28 May 1790 (Item 1138)
Wm. Richards Junior: further application respect of his Botany Bay claims and enclosing certificates from Lieutenant Shortland and Mr Waters (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 14 June 1790 (Item 1264)
Mr Secretary Grenville: relative to the embarkation of convicts for New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 9 August 1790 (Item 1587)
Mr Morton India House, 15 October 1790 (Item 1932)

In answer to Mr Rose's letter of 21th relating to ships to be taken up to carry convicts to Botany Bay and load home with cotton on private account (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Commissioners of the Navy (Item 2115)

Desiring to know if any part of the 2000 convicts intended to be transported to New South Wales are to be sent from Ireland. [1 document]

Commissioners to the Navy, 18 November 1790 (Item 2143)

That they have contracted for sending 2000 convicts to New South Wales.

Commissioners of the Navy, 23 November 1790 (Item 2182)

With copy of the letter from Mr Bowen Agent for Transports hired to carry convicts to New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Commissioners to the Navy, 14 December 1790 (Item 2312)

Repeating their desire to be furnished with an account of the quantity of stores and provisions intended to be sent to New South Wales.

Mr Nepean: account of medicines wanted for the use of the settlement at New South Wales [1 document], 17 December 1790 (Item 2324)
Sydney Cove, Governor Phillip, 14 April 1790 (Item 2346)

That he has appointed Mr J. Palmer Commissary at New South Wales in the room of Mr Miller resigned (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Lord Grenville: relative to the delay of the Juliana transport in her voyage to New South Wales [1 document], 24 December 1790 (Item 2394)
Commissioners of the Navy, 28 December 1790 (Item 2399)

In answer to Treasury letter of 27th instant respecting the Juliana transport [1 document].

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1–220, 1791 (File 689. AJCP Reel No: 3553)
Mr King: extract of a letter from Governor Phillip (Item 1)

Relative to erecting a stone building near the Harbour of Port Jackson as a mark for vessels bound to that place (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr Jas. Bradley: return of convicts on board the Dunkirk at Plymouth between 26 October 1790 and 25 January 1791 (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 2 February 1791 (Item 194)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 221–410, 1791 (File 690. AJCP Reel No: 3553)
Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts on board the Justitia and Censor hulks at Woolwich for a quarter to 12th instant [1 document] (Item 122)
Mr Nepean (Item 290)

Marines ordered to be sent on board the three transports to guard the convicts until their arrival at Spithead. [1 document]

Lord Grenville: further supply of clothing for the colony at New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 18 February 1791 (Item 291)
Mr Nepean, 20 February 1791 (Item 295)

On proposals of Messrs D. Campbell, Mr Jas. Bradley and Mr Wm. Richards Junior respecting the care of convicts (4 enclosures) [5 documents]

Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts on board the Fortune hulk at Langston Harbour [1 document], 20 November 1790 - 20 February 1791 (Item 318)
Mr Chamberlayne's Report on Mr Campbell's demand for maintenance of convicts on board the hulks to the 5th January 1791 [1 document] (Item 297)
Report of the convicts on board the Justitia hulk at Woolwich [1 document], 12 October 1790 - 12 January 1791 (Item)
Mr Nepean, 3 March 1791 (Item 340)

Recommending that the wives and children of the soldiers going as a guard on board the convict ships should be allowed the usual rations during the voyage to New South Wales [1 document]

An account of money disbursed by Mr Cotton for expenses relative to the settlement in New South Wales [1 document] (Item 392)
Comptrollers Report upon an invoice of provisions purchased by Messrs Neave & Aislabie and shipped for New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 11 March 1791 (Item 398)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 411–618, 1791 (File 691. AJCP Reel No: 3553)
Lord Grenville, 14 March 1791 (Item 413)

That it is intended to send 400 more convicts to New South Wales as soon as the Spring Assizes shall be over (1 enclosure) [2 documents].

Mr Duncan Campbell, 15 March 1791 (Item 419)

Respect of the removal of convicts and that he has discountined and discharged the Justitia and Ceres hulks. [1 document]

Lord Grenville, 19 March 1791 (Item 446)

Mr Duncan Campbell's account for maintenance of convicts under sentence of transportation from 12 October 1790 to 12 January 1791 (3 enclosures) [4 documents].

Mr Nepean, 22 March 1791 (Item 463)

That a company of the New South Wales Corps. will be ordered to guard the 400 convicts intended to be sent to that settlement after the Spring Assizes. [1 document]

Commissioners Navy, 29 March 1791 (Item 543)

On proposals of Mr Duncan Campbell for Care of Convicts on the River Thames - and of Mr Jas. Bradley for Care of Those at Portsmouth and Langston Harbour (3 enclosures) [4 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 619–766, 1791 (File 692. AJCP Reel No: 3553)
Mr Stephens, 21 April 1791 (Item 707)

In answer to Treasury letter desiring an inquiry to be made into the State of treatment of the convicts on board the Dunkirk hulk at Plymouth. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr Bradley, 26 April 1791 (Item 737)

Sundry inclosures respecting the treatment of the convicts lately on board the Dunkirk hulk at Plymouth (7 enclosures) [8 documents]

Lord Grenville, 30 April 1791 (Item 754)

Transmitting two accounts of Mr Duncan Campbell for care and maintenance of convicts under sentence of transportation on board the Ceres and Lyon hulks. (2 enclosures) [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 767–1070, 1791 (File 693. AJCP Reel No: 3553)
Mr Jas. Bradley, 6 May 1791 (Item 771)

Return of convicts confined on board the Dunkirk hulk at Plymouth between 26 January and 19 March 1791. [2 documents]

Four miscellaneous documents re convicts on board the Dunkirk hulk (Item)
Mr Duncan Campbell, 29 April 1791 (Item 802)

Return of convicts under sentence of transportation on board the Justicia, Censor and Stanislaus hulks. (4 enclosures) [5 documents].

Mr Richards: proposals for the care of 300 convicts [1 document] (Item 808)
Mr Duncan Campbell, 24 May 1791 (Item 880)

Return of convicts on board the Fortune hulk in Langstone Harbour to 20th inst. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr Nepean, 7 June 1791 (Item 985)

Sums voted in the last and present session for the Civil establishment of New South Wales to be applied for in year ended 10th October 1790 and 10th October 1791. [1 document]

Mr Nepean (Item 1050)

On bills drawn by Lieutenant Ball for 28,000 Risdollars for freight of the Brig Waakraambied (2 enclosures) [3 documents].

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1071–1349, 1791 (File 694. AJCP Reel No: 3553)
Copy of a letter from Mr Secretary Dundas to the Rt. Hon. the Lords of the Treasury, Whitehall, 23 June 1791 (Item 1079)

Respecting the crowded state of the convicts on board the ship Pitt going to New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Navy Office: Commissioners Navy, 2 July 1791 (Item 1095)

With enclosure regarding the accommodation of the convicts on board the ship Pitt. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Commissioners Navy, 24 June 1791 (Item 1101)

Copy of a letter from Lt. Young respecting the arrival of the transports under his command at Port Praya bay. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr Chamberlayne's report on Mr Campbell's account for maintenance of convicts from 12 January to 12 April last (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 25 June 1791 (Item 1111)
Copy of a letter from Governor Phillip, 1 July 1791 (Item 1156)

Respecting the likely state of the convicts lately arrived at New South Wales in the different transports. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr Dundas (Item 1183)

With Mr Duncan Campbell's account for the care and maintenance of convicts on board the Lion hulk from 12 April to 20th June last. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Commissioners Navy, 7 July 1791 (Item 1218)

With enclosures from Lieutenant Young for transports going with convicts to New South Wales. (4 enclosures)

Commissioners Navy, 13 July 1791 (Item 1251)

With copy of letter from Mr Macauley relative to the detention of the ship Pitt. (1 enclosure)

Mr Duncan Campbell, 27 June 1791 (Item 1254)

Return of convicts under sentence of transportation on board the Fortune hulk to 20th June Instant. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Commissioners Navy (Item 1284)

Respecting the claim of Messrs. Camden, Calveri and King for money owed to them as contractors for transporting convicts.

Commissioners Navy, 26 July 1791 (Item 1342)

Copy of letters from Lieutenant Bowen giving an account of his proceedings with the convicts together with a list of the sick convicts on board the Atlantic. (2 enclosures) [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1356–1548, 1791 (File 695. AJCP Reel No: 3553)
Mr Duncan Campbell, 29 July 1791 (Item 1368)

Return of convicts on board the Anson and Stanislaus hulks from 12th April to 12th Inst. (2 enclosures) [3 documents].

Mr Dundas, 5 August 1791 (Item 1442)

With Mr Duncan Campbell's extra disbursements on account of convicts for a year to 12th July 1791 (with enclosures).

Commissioners of the Navy, 19 August 1791 (Item 1500)

With the Attorney and Solicitor General's opinions on case of the owners of the ship Friendship which was sunk on her passage from New South Wales by order of Lieutenant Shortland (with enclosures). [6 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1550–1796, 1791 (File 696. AJCP Reel No: 3553)
Mr Bradley, 23 September 1791 (Item 1644)

Transmitting a return of convicts confined on board the Lion hulk - Portsmouth Harbour together with an account for maintenance etc. amounting to £767.15 1 1/2d between 21st June and 21st September 1791 (3 enclosures) [4 documents]

Mr Bradley, 23 September 1791 (Item 1645)

Transmitting return of convicts confined on board the Fortune hulk in Langstone Harbour - together with an account for maintenance etc. amounting to £1739.19. 7 1/2d. between 21st June and 21st September 1791. (3 enclosures) [4 documents]

Commissioners Navy, 6 October 1791 (Item 1707)

Transmitting copy of letter from Lieutenant Young, Agent for Transports going with convicts to New South Wales - arrival at Cape of Good Hope. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr Duncan Campbell, 19 October 1791 (Item 1780)

Return of convicts under sentence of transportation on board the hulks at Woolwich and expense of maintenance etc from 12th July to 12th inst. (2 enclosures) [3? documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2085–2276, 1791 (File 698. AJCP Reel No: 3553)
Mr King: respecting provisions to be sent to New South Wales [2 documents], 26 December 1791 (Item 2)
Commissioners Navy, 12 December 1791 (Item 2146)

In answer to Treasury letter ref. to inserting an additional clause in future contracts for transporting convicts [1 document]

Messrs. Neave & Aislabie - further letter ref. to sending provisions and convicts to New South Wales by a South Whaler [1 document] (Item 2237)
Commissioners Navy (Item 2268)

Desiring to know if the Kitty transport is to take convicts and clothing to New South Wales. [1 document]

Mr Bradley: return of convicts on board the Fortunee hulk [2 documents], 21 September 1791 - 21 December 1791 (Item 2270)
Account of expense of maintaining and guarding sundry convicts, 21 September 1791 - 21 December 1791 (Item)

Confined on board the Fortunee and Hospital hulks in Langston Harbour. [1 document]

Mr Bradley: return of convicts on board the Lion hulk [2 documents], 21 September 1791 - 21 December 1791 (Item 2271)
Treasury Board Papers - Unregistered, 1791 (File 700. AJCP Reel No: 3553)
Estimate of the charges of defraying the Civil Establishment of New South Wales, 10 October 1790 - 10 October 1791 (Item)
Navy Office, 21 February 1791 (Item)

An account of the expense incurred in transporting convicts to New South Wales, as far as the same can be made up.

Navy Office, 17 March 1791 (Item)

An account of the expense incurred in transporting convicts to New South Wales, as far as the same can be made up.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3–263, 1792 (File 701. AJCP Reel No: 3553)
Commissioners Navy: respecting the vessel to be sent to New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 11 January 1792 (Item 49)
Commissioners Navy (Item 94)

That the ship Britannia is ready to sail with provisions and stores for New South Wales (2 enclosures) [3 documents]

Mr King: respecting shipping some necessaries for the Surgeon General of New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents] (Item 101)
Mr Bradley: return of convicts on board the Fortunee hulk (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 21 December 1791 - 20 March 1792 (Item 168)
Commissioners Navy (Item 193)

Enclosure from Lieutenant Young, Agent for Transport stating the number of convicts etc. which died on board the several ships; also an account of provisions saved from the Guardian (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr Morton (E.I. Company) (Item 197)

In answer to Treasury letter relating to permitting a ship offered by Mr Macaulay to conveying articles to New South Wales, to import home goods from India. [1 document]

Commissioners Navy (Item 213)

Copies of letters from Lieutenants Nairne and Uzuld, giving an account of the transports under their command. (2 enclosures) [3 documents]

Mr Barnard (Item 255)

With extracts of a letter from Mr Campbell respecting the convicts sent on board the Kitty. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Account of the expense in keeping clothing and maintaining on board the Stanislaus hulk, 12 October 1791 - 12 January 1792 (Item)

At Woolwich sundry convicts under sentence of transportation and hard labour [1 document]

Account of the expense in keeping clothing and maintaining on board the Censor hulk at Woolwich, 12 October 1791 - 12 January 1792 (Item)

Sundry convicts under sentence of transportation. [1 document]

Return of convicts under sentence of transportation on board the Fortunee hulk in Langstone Harbour [1 document], 21 December 1791 - 20 March 1792 (Item)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 267–683, 1792 (File 702. AJCP Reel No: 3554)
Mr Dundas (Item 282)

In answer to Treasury letter respecting the proposal of the East India Company to convey convicts to New South Wales. [1 document]

William Richards Junior (Item 292)

Praying recommendation of the India Company to take up ships offered by him to carry convicts to New South Wales. [1 document]

Commissioners Navy: that eight of the male convicts have escaped from the Kitty transport [1 document] (Item 505)
Commissioners Navy (Item 599)

An application from Messrs. Hamilton & Co. to be informed the amount of goods shipped on board the Justinian for New South Wales (2 enclosures) [3 documents]

Mr Dundas (Item 622)

Relative to Agreeing with the E.I. Company to convey 80 settlers and 350 convicts with sundry articles of clothing etc. to New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Commissioners Navy: respecting the East India Company's ships taking stores to Botany Bay [1 document], 12 April 1792 (Item 662)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 686–818, 1792 (File 703. AJCP Reel No: 3554)
Commissioners Navy (Item 229)

On proposal of the East India Company to take convicts to Botany Bay at £20 per head.

Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich from 12th January to 12th inst. [1 document] (Item 692)
Mr Duncan Campbell, 20 February 1792 (Item 692?)

With account of expense of convicts on board th hulks under his charge (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Commissioners Navy (Item 695)

That they have agreed with the owners of the Royal Admiral for the conveyance of convicts and for freight of stores to New South Wales. [1 document]

Mr King, April 1792 (Item 719)

In answer to Mr Rose's letter of the 11th inst. on the convicts stores etc. intended to be sent to New South Wales on board the Royal Admiral. [ 1 document]

Commissioners Navy, 23 April 1792 (Item 751)

With statement of convicts etc. arrived at New South Wales in the Abermarle, Barrington, Active, Matilda and Britannia transports. (3 enclosures) [4 documents]

Governor Phillip: return of settlers at New South Wales to whom grants of land have been made (with enclosure) [2 documents], 23 November 1791 (Item 762)
Commissioners Navy, 14 November 1791 (Item 1931)

With extract of a letter from Governor Phillip dated 22nd August 1790 respecting the loss of the Sirius etc. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]...

Commissioners Navy, 1 November 1791 (Item 1861)

With letter from Governor Phillip dated Sydney Cove 6 August 1790 arrival of ships etc. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]...

Secretary at war: augmentation to the New South Wales Corps (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 15 March 1791 (Item 427)

[In the same bundle as No. 762]

Commissioners Navy, 14 January 1791 (Item 84)

To know if any wives, children or relatives of persons going to Botany Bay are to be provided for on board the transports - and whether any child bed linen is to be procured. [1 document]...

Commissioners Navy, 24 April 1792 (Item 774)

With sundry enclosures from Governor Phillip New South Wales (5 enclosures) [6 documents]

Commissioners Navy, 30 April 1792 (Item 802)

That the Royal Admiral will not be ready to receive convicts till the 6th May. [1 document]

Mr Bernard: to detain the ship Royal Admiral at Gravesend till the 8th instant [1 document] (Item 817)
Mr Dundas (Item 812)

With enclosures from Governor Phillip and Mr Commissy Palmer relative to sundry articles wanted for New South Wales (6 enclosures) [7 documents]

Mr King, 28 December 1791 (Item 2267)

That an additional vessel of 400 tons Burthen may be taken up for New South Wales. (2 enclosures) [3 documents]

Account of the expense in keeping, clothing and maintaining on board the Stanislaus hulk at Woolwich, sundry convicts under sentence of transportation [1 document], 12 January 1792 - 12 April 1792 (Item)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 819–959, 1792 (File 704. AJCP Reel No: 3554)
Mr Morton, E.I. Company (Item 819)

On memorial Ed. Hill offering to convey 1000 convicts to New South Wales at 10s. per head upon leave being granted him to import salt petre from India. [1 document]

Mr Dundas: recommending that some settlers may be received on board the Royal Admiral [1 document], 7 May 1792 (Item 852)
Commissioners Navy (Item 856)

Report on memorial of Mr Richards for casks etc. to be supplied for the convicts on their first embarkation for New South Wales. (3 enclosures) [4 documents]

Messrs. Neave & Aislabie (Item 858)

That the Royal Admiral cannot receive the whole of the provisions intended to be sent to New South Wales. [1 document]

Commissioners Navy (Item 866)

With copy of a letter from Mr Bowen, Agent for Transports, relative to the state of the Royal Admiral East India ship. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Commissioners Navy (Item 870)

With copy of a letter from Mr Brown on behalf of the owners of the Royal Admiral respecting the removal of the convicts from Woolwich to Gravesend and representing the necessity of a Guard during the voyage. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Commissioners Navy (Item 875)

That Mr Larkins that Husband of the Royal Admiral has refused to unstow any of the stores now on board her. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Commissioners Navy (Item 876)

Copy of letter from Mr Larkins, Husband of the Royal Admiral respecting the Private Trade on board her (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr Morton (E.I. House) (Item 892)

That the ship Royal Admiral will not be under the control of the Directors or their servants till her arrival at Canton. [1 document]

Mr Davison: for information relative to 50 Bales of clothing returned from the Royal Admiral [1 document] (Item 894)
Commissioners Navy (Item 899)

That they have given directions for the settlers going to New South Wales to be received on board the Royal Admiral. [1 document]

Mr Davison: respecting a further quantity of clothing returned from the Royal Admiral [1 document] (Item 917)
Commissioners Navy (Item 925)

In answer to Treasury letter of 15th Inst. relating to the loading of ships Admiral Barrington, Albemarle, Active and Queen (3 enclosures) [4 documents]

Commissioners Navy, 15 May 1792 (Item 927)

Enclosing Report relating to the state of the cargo on board the Royal Admiral. [4 documents]

Mr King (Item 942)

With a copy of a letter from Mr Davison relative to the shipping of clothing, stores etc. on board the Royal Admiral. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr King (Item 950)

That a guard of a sergeant and 12 soldiers are ordered to go on board the Royal Admiral. [1 document]

Mr Hume: on the subject of Southern Whale Ships clearing out with empty casks [1 document] (Item 957)
Mr Davison: that he has caused to be received into proper ware houses the Bales turned out from the Royal Admiral [1 document] (Item 965)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1000–1171, 1792 (File 705. AJCP Reel No: 3554)
Commissioners Navy: that the Royal Admiral is arrived at St. Helens [1 document] (Item 1021)
Commissioners Navy: with letter from Superintendent of the Royal Admiral (1 enclosure) [2 documents] (Item 1031)
Commissioners Navy (Item 1040)

With copy of a letter from R. Alley, Superintendent on board the Royal Admiral relating to the arrival of that ship at Torbay. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr King: on the expediency of taking up a transport for New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 2 June 1792 (Item 1072)
Commissioners Navy (Item 1147)

That they have taken up the ship Bellona to convey settlers to New South Wales. [1 document]

Mr King (Item 1155)

On proposal of Mr Richards for supplying the settlement at New South Wales with provisions. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Commissioners Navy, 13 June 1792 (Item 1169)

Advising the safe arrival of the Kitty transport with convicts for New South Wales at Santa Cruz. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1173–1400, 1792 (File 706. AJCP Reel No: 3554)
Solicitor Treasury (Item 1181)

Imprest of £2000 to defray the expenses for maintenance of seamen retained to give evidence against the Captain and mate of the Neptune and for other services of his office. [1 document]

Commissioners Navy (Item 1227)

That they have paid the owner of the Lady Juliana transport for the conveyance of some convicts transhipped from the Guardian at the Cape of Good Hope. [1 document].

Mr King: in regard to some osnaburgs purchased for New South Wales and not now wanted. (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 25 June 1792 (Item 1265)
Mr King: Number of settlers going by the Bellona to New South Wales (2 enclosures) [3 documents] (Item 1335)
Comptrollers report, 10 July 1792 (Item 1369)

On the accounts transmitted by Mr Commissary Palmer from New South Wales. (2 enclosures) [3 documents]

Mr Secretary Dundas with list of settlers who are to proceed on board the Bellona to New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 10 July 1792 (Item 1379)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1403–1714, 1792 (File 707. AJCP Reel No: 3554)
Messrs. Neave and Aislabie with two accounts of provisions shipped for convicts at New South Wales (2 enclosures) [3 documents], 18 February 1792 (Item 1435)
Commissioners Navy: List of settlers embarked on board the Bellona for New South Wales (2 enclosures) [3 documents] (Item 1527)
Commissioners Navy (Item 1553)

On copies of reports on damaged articles sent to New South Wales, and of naval stores supplied the Atlantic transport. [1 document]

Commissioners Navy: state of settlers and convicts on board the Bellona (2 enclosures) [3 documents] (Item 1589)
Commissioners Navy (Item 1642)

On letter from Mr Davison relating to the observations of the commissary at New South Wales on the quality of articles sent out to that settlement (6 enclosures) [7 documents]

Mr Dundas (Item 1648)

With copy of Report of the Attorney and Solicitor General on examination of persons respecting the mortality among the convicts on board the Neptune transport (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1714–1853, 1792 (File 708. AJCP Reel No: 3554)
Commissioners Customs Report (Item 1749)

On memorial of Mr Philip Yorke for bounty on ship New Hope employed in the Southern Whale Fishery (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr Bradley: return of convicts on board the Fortunee hulk (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 21 June 1792 - 20 September 1792 (Item 1788)
An account of sundry sums disbursed by James Bradley (Item 1788?)

On board the Fortunee hulk in Langston Harbour and Lion hulk in Portsmouth Harbour, 21 June 1791 - 21 June 1792 with Report of convicts on board the Fortunee hulk and Report of convicts on board the Lion hulk. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1973–2275, 1792 (File 710. AJCP Reel No: 3554)
Commissioners Navy (Item 1893)

That they have settled accounts with the owner of the ship Justinian for going to New South Wales. [1 document]

Commissioners Navy (Item 2089)

With copies of letters from Lieutenant Woodriffe, Agent on board the Kitty transport. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr King: on bills drawn by Lieutenant Bowen from Calcutta for £2000, £1000, £500...(8 enclosures) [9 documents], 20 November 1792 (Item 2235)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2276–2559, 1792 (File 711. AJCP Reel No: 3554)
Report of the convicts under sentence of transportation on board the Lion hulk in Portsmouth Harbour (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 21 September 1792 - 20 December 1792 (Item 2505)
Treasury Board Papers - Unregistered, 1792 (File 712. AJCP Reel No: 3554)
Account of expense of maintaining convicts on board Fortunee and Lion hulks,and contingent expenses [1 document] (Item)
Estimate of charge of defraying the Civil Establishment at New South Wales [1 document], 10 October 1792 - 10 October 1793 (Item)
Establishment of the New South Wales Corps for the year 1793 [1 document] (Item)
Estimate of the charge of defraying the Civil Establishment of New South Wales [1 document], 10 October 1792 - 10 October 1793 (Item)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 179–355, 1793 (File 714. AJCP Reel No: 3554)
Sydney: Mr Commissary Palmer enclosing list of sundry accounts (3 enclosures) [4 documents], 20 March 1792 (Item 184)
Commissioners Navy: State of the convicts landed at New South Wales [1 document] (Item 289)
Sir Joseph Banks, 9 February 1793 (Item 301)

Account of the expenditure of £2000 granted for carrying on the trigonometrical operation.

Mr King (Item 326)

With enclosures from Governor Phillip complaining of the conduct of the Master and Mate of the Queen transport etc. (6 enclosures) [7 documents]

Commissioners Navy (Item 336)

With letter from Superintendent of convicts on board the Bellona together with state of convicts on board that ship. (2 enclosures) [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 359–544, 1793 (File 715. AJCP Reel No: 3554)
Commissioners Navy (Item 419)

To be informed if their Lordships approve of their paying for the Freight of two vessels taken up by Gov. Phillips for services at New South Wales. [1 document]

Wm. Bligh (Item 432)

Bills for money advanced to Messrs. Wiles & Smith for expenses of collecting plants at St. Helena. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 554–698, 1793 (File 716. AJCP Reel No: 3554)
Mr Bradley: returns of convicts, 25 March 1793 (Item 686-687)

On board the Lion hulk in Portsmouth Harbour and Fortunee hulk in Langston Harbour 21 December 1792 - 20 March 1793. [6 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 708–952, 1793 (File 717. AJCP Reel No: 3554)
Mr Dundas, 12 April 1793 (Item 797)

That it is expedient to sent six months supply of beef and pork for the settlement at New South Wales. [1 document]

Mr Duncan Campbell (Item 814)

Expenses for maintenance of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich to 12th Inst. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1009–1268, 1793 (File 718. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
Mr Dundas, 21 June 1793 (Item 1231)

Mr Bradley's account of extra expenses for maintenance of convicts on board the Fortunee and Lion hulks for one year. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1259–1537, 1793 (File 719. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
Mr King: repayment of £8.11.9. to the Rev. Mr. Marsden on account of articles purchased for the use of the church at New South Wales [1 document] (Item 1308)
Mr Hume (Customs) in Petition of Simon Paul, for bounty on ship Queen Charlotte employed in the Southern Whale Fishery [2 documents] (Item 1313)
Commissioners of Excise Report (Item 1346)

On memorial of persons concerned in the Southern Whale Fishery, relative to the excise duty on spermaceti oil. [3 documents]

Mr Jas. Bradley, 21 March 1793 - 20 June 1793 (Item 1446)

Return of convicts under sentence of transportation on board the Fortune hulk in Langston Harbour. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1540–1797, 1793 (File 720. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
Saml. Enderby & Sons, 12 June 1793 (Item 1596)

Praying a continuance of the privilege of landing the produce of the Southern Whale Fishery at their wharf as usual. [1 document]

Mr Duncan Campbell, 12 July 1793 (Item 1636)

Return of convicts on board the hulk at Woolwich (2 enclosures) [3 documents

Mr Dundas, 12 July 1792 - 12 July 1793 (Item 1659)

With account of Mr Campbell's extra disbursements for convicts on the River Thames. (4 enclosures) [[5 documents]

Mr Dundas (Item 1705)

With account of expenses of the Clerks of Assize in preparing contracts and bonds for the transportation of offenders to New South Wales. [9 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1800–1926, 1793 (File 721. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
Mr Dundas: allowance of £500 a year to be made to Governor Phillip [1 document] (Item 1819)
Commissioners Navy (Item 1853)

In answer to Treasury letter relative to the survey of beef, sent in the Britannia to New South Wales. (2 enclosures) [3 document].

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1935–2156, 1793 (File 722. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
Mr Bradley: report of convicts on board the Fortunee hulk [6 documents], 21 June 1793 - 20 September 1793 (Item 2103)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2157–2481, 1793 (File 723. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich [3 documents], 12 October 1793 (Item 2244)
Mr Nepean: payment of £41.0. 7 1/2 to Capt. Bligh for tobacco used in smoking his ship [3 documents] (Item 2287)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2483–2666, 1793 (File 724. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
Mr King: on payment of £102.6.6. to Governor Phillip respecting the ship Sirius (2 enclosures) [3 documents] (Item 2606)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2669–2882, 1793 (File 725. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
Commissioners Customs (Item 2702)

Report on petition of John Madras: bounty on ship Sally employed in the Southern Whale Fishery. [2 documents]

Commissioners of Victualling to Mr Long (re stores for Botany Bay) [3 documents], 23 December 1793 (Item 2836)
Mr Bradley: returns of convicts on board the Lion and Fortunee hulks [6 documents], 20 December 1793 (Item 2881-2882)
Treasury Board Papers - Unregistered, 1793 (File 726. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
List of soldiers artificers employed at Sydney and Parramatta [1 document], 25 December 1792 - 24 August 1793 (Item 21)
Account current of sundries purchased [1 document], 1 July 1793 - 4 October 1793 (Item 32)
State of the settlements at Sydney, Parramatta and Norfolk Island [1 document], 11 October 1793 (Item 33)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 6–285, 1794 (File 727. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
Mr King (Item 6)

Answer to letter respecting taking up a vessel for conveyance of convicts to New South Wales. [1 document].

Mr King (Item 36)

Payment of £40 to Mr Thompson, surgeon's mate going with convicts to New South Wales. [1 document]

Mr King: that brown sugar should be sent to New South Wales in the room of molasses [1 document] (Item 37)
Mr King: answer to a letter respecting the number of convicts to be sent to New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents] (Item 107)
Mr Campbell: return of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich from 12 October to 12 January [3 documents] (Item 125)
Commissioners Navy (Item 176)

Allowance to be made to the Superindendent etc. of the Surprize for landing convicts at New South Wales. [1 document]

Mr Nepean (Item 276)

Payment of wages to Mr C. Smith who went with Capt. Bligh to procure bread fruit trees. (1 enclosures) [2 documents].

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 287–640, 1794 (File 728. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
Commissioners Navy (Item 399)

List of invalids, passengers, etc. brought home on board the Kitty transport from New South Wales (3 enclosures) [4 documents]

Commissioners Navy (Item 400)

With letter from Mr Ramsay, Master of the Kitty transport respecting the mutiny that has happened on board her. (7 enclosures) [8 documents]

Navy Office: Commissioners Navy, 19 February 1794 (Item 460)

With letter from the Master of the Surprize respecting a convoy for her and bad behaviours of soldiers. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 644–914, 1794 (File 729. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
Mr Bradley: return of convicts on board the Fortunee hulk [2 documents], 21 December 1793 - 20 March 1794 (Item 753)
Mr Bradley: return of convicts on board the Lion hulk [2 documents], 21 December 1793 - 20 March 1794 (Item 754)
Commissioners Auditing Accounts (Item 883)

On memorial of Governor Phillip for issue of balance of his account. (2 enclosures) [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 916–1315, 1794 (File 730. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
Mr King: relative to the mode of sending provisions to New South Wales (3 enclosures) [4 documents] (Item 929)
Mr Chinnery: relative to the payment of the salaries of the Civil Officers of Norfolk Island [1 document] (Item 957)
Mr D. Campbell: expense of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich [3 documents], 12 January 1794 - 12 April 1794 (Item 989)
Mr Hume: relative to shipping a hogshead of tobacco for New South Wales [1 document] (Item 1046)
Governor Hunter: enclosing bill for Bells purchased for New South Wales (2 enclosures) [3 documents] (Item 1075)
Governor Hunter: payment for mooring chains purchased for New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents] (Item 1113)
Mr King: answer to letter relative to sending out provisions to New South Wales [1 document] (Item 1131)
Mr King: payment of money to Lieutenant Donovan for services at Norfolk Island [3 documents] (Item 1133)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1317–1671, 1794 (File 731. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
Mr Nepean, 28 May 1794 (Item 1352)

Payment of £157.13. 3 1/2. to Mr Wm. Wiles as Head Gardener who accompanied Capt. Bligh in the Providence. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr King, 31 May 1794 (Item 1376)

Payment of expenses incurred by natives of New South Wales £30.19.2. (4 enclosures) [5 documents]

Commissioners Customs (Item 1424)

On memorial for bounties on several ships employed in the Southern Whale Fishery. [2 documents]

Mr King: payment of £15.10.2. to Lieutenant Woodriffe, 13 June 1794 (Item 1493)

For expenses incurred in bringing despatches from Lieutenant Governor Grose from Plymouth to London. (3 enclosures) [4 documents]

Commissioners Navy (Item 1593)

Account of expenses incurred in settlements at New South Wales and number of convicts sent. [1 document]

Mr Bradley: expense of convicts on board the Lion hulk [6 documents], 21 March 1794 - 28 June 1794 (Item 1595)
Mr King: payment of expenses to Governor Hunter for machinery of a windmill [4 documents] (Item 1664)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1673–1980, 1794 (File 732. AJCP Reel No: 3555)
Danl. Bennett: for mariners to come from Spithead to give evidence to procure bounty on whale ships [1 document] (Item 1757)
Mr D. Campbell: return of convicts on board hulks at Woolwich [3 documents], 12 April 1794 - 12 July 1794 (Item 1812)
Mr King (Item 1840)

on lie[?] from Commissioner Navy relative to the ship Britannia storeship charted to fetch provisions from Bengal to Botany Bay. [1 document]

Mr King: relative to provisions purchased by Mr Commissary Palmer and sundry bills drawn by him (2 enclosures) [3 documents] (Item 1862)
Duke of Portland: with Mr Campbell's annual disbursements for convicts (with enclosures), 12 July 1793 - July 1794 (Item 1973)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1981–2282, 1794 (File 733. AJCP Reel No: 3555-3556)
Mr King: payment of expenses to Governor Phillip incurred in maintaining two natives of New South Wales [1 document] (Item 511)
Natives of New South Wales £62.17.0. (with enclosures) (Item)
Bill paid by Governor Phillip to J. Briggs (for Edward Kent) on account of the two natives of New South Wales (with enclosures) (Item)
Commissioner Customs - Report on petition of Thos. York for bounty on ship New Hope [2 documents] (Item 2023)
Mr Cottrell: on application of owners of ships employed in the Southern Whale Fishery for bounty refused in consequence of some of the men being impressed [2 documents] (Item 2041)
Mr King: with account of expenses incurred for two natives of New South Wales [1 document] (Item 2124)
Mr King: relative to the payment of two bills of expenses incurred on account of the two natives of New South Wales (with enclosures) (Item 2238)
Mr King: enclosing [illegible] bill of expenses amounting to £9.18.0. incurred on account of the two natives of New South Wales [1 document] (Item 2238)
Mr King: payment of £53. 4.11 1/2. to Governor Phillip expenses incurred for natives of New South Wales (with enclosures) (Item 2366)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2284–2586, 1794 (File 734. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Mr Bradley: return of convicts on board the Fortunee and Hospital hulks to 20 September 1794 (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 25 September 1794 (Item 2436)
Report of the convicts under sentence of transportation, on board the Lion hulk in Portsmouth Harbour [3 documents], 21 June 1794 - 20 September 1794 (Item)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2592–2783, 1794 (File 735. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Commissioners of Navy on the Commissary's accounts and vouchers for New South Wales [3 documents], 13 October 1794 (Item 2608)
Governor Phillip: on memorial of Lieutenant Long, 20 September 1794 (Item 2618)

Allowance for doing the duty of Town Adjutant at Sydney, New South Wales. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts on board hulks at Woolwich (2 enclosures) [3 documents], 12 July 1794 - 12 October 1794 (Item 2628)
Mr King: payment of expenses to John Briggs for attending on the two natives of New South Wales at Eltham (3 enclosures) [4 documents] (Item 2711)
Mr King: that the ship for New South Wales is to proceed with convoy [1 document], 29 October 1794 (Item 2758)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2789–3049, 1794 (File 736. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Mr King: directions to be given for taking out Mr Kennedy and his family to New South Wales [1 document], 20 November 1794 (Item 3029)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3319–3478, 1794 (File 739. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Duke of Portland: quantity of clothing necessary to be sent to New South Wales (1 enclosure) [2 documents] (Item 3373)
Mr Bradley: report of convicts on board the Fortunee and Hospital hulks [4 documents], 21 September 1794 - 20 December 1794 (Item 3448)
Treasury Board Papers - Unregistered, 1794 (File 740. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Navy Office: an account of the total number of convicts sent from England to New South Wales [1 document], 13 June 1794 (Item)
Navy Office: an account of the expenses incurred for the settlements in New South Wales [1 document], 13 June 1794 (Item)
Treasury Board Papers: Nos 2–297, 1795 (File 743. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Commissioners Customs: on memorial of Robert Donald etc. payment of bounties on ships employed by them in the Southern Whale Fishery [1 document] (Item 151)
Mr Campbell: account of convicts on board hulks at Woolwich [3 documents], 12 October 1794 - 12 January 1795 (Item 166)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 304–575, 1795 (File 744. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Commissioners Victualling, 31 January 1795 (Item 344)

With letter from Governor Hunter ref. to the damage done to the ship Young Willm laden with provisions for New South Wales [2 documents]

Commissioners Navy: state of the convicts on board the Surprize transport (1 enclosure) [2 documents], 2 February 1795 (Item 389)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 579–982, 1795 (File 745. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Sydney, Lt. Governor Grose: account of the cargo of the Britannia storeship arrived there from Batavia [3 documents], 31 August 1794 (Item 579)
Commissioners Navy, 3 March 1795 (Item 638)

Respecting bills drawn upon them by Commissioner Palmer for the hire of the Britannia and desiring directions as to convicts returned in the Indispensible. [5 documents]

Mr Bradley: return of convicts on board the Fortunee and Hospital to 20th March 1795 [3 documents], 24 March 1795 (Item 890)
Mr Bradley: return of convicts on board the Lion hulk to 20 March 1795 [3 documents], 24 March 1795 (Item 891)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 929–1342, 1795 (File 746. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Mr King: relating to two convicts returned from New South Wales in the Indispensable transport [1 document], 7 April 1795 (Item 1084)
Mr King: on letter from Governor Grose with advice of a Bill drawn by Commissary Palmer for £307.16.0. [5 documents], 8 April 1795 (Item 1094)
Mr Hume: relative to the ship Princess of London proceeding on the South Whale Fishery notwithstanding the embargo [2 documents], 10 April 1795 (Item 1131)
Mr Duncan Campbell: account of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich from 12 January to 12 April 1795 [3 documents], 15 April 1795 (Item 1176)
Mr King: on bills drawn by Commissary Palmer for £2352 and also accounts of provisions etc. received and issued at New South Wales [1 document], 15 April 1795 (Item 1183)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1962–2295, 1795 (File 749. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Mr Bradley: return of convicts on board the Lion and Hospital hulks at Portsmouth to 20 June 1795 [4 documents], 24 June 1795 (Item 2196)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2298–2580, 1795 (File 750. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Mr King: that £126.15.0. (Irish) be advanced to him to be remitted to Mr Hamilton to discharge amount of various articles shipped in Ireland for Botany Bay (2 enclosures) [3 documents], 21 September 1795 (Item 2429)
Mr Campbell: return of convicts on board the hulks to 12 July 1795 [3 documents], 15 July 1795 (Item 2506)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2582–2916, 1795 (File 751. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Duke of Portland: transmitting Mr Campbell's account of disbursements for convicts to 12 July 1795 (with enclosures), 22 July 1795 (Item 2617)
Commissioners Customs on first petition of owners of vessels employed in the Southern Whale Fishery relating to the payment of bounties [2 documents] (Item 2814)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2918–3222, 1795 (File 752. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Commissioners Transports: on application from Messrs. Campbell & Bradley - praying an additional allowance for maintaining convicts [2 documents], 26 August 1795 (File 3121)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3223-3571, 1795 (File 753)
Commissioners Navy (Item 73)

With copy of a letter from Mr Alley, superintendent of convicts on board the Royal Admiral, giving an account of her arrival at the Cape of Good Hope and of a conspiracy among the convicts (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Mr King: on letter from P.F. Dewitt (Item 106)

Relating to expenses attending the arresting of a convict at the Cape of Good Hope (6 enclosures) [7 documents]

Mr King (Item 633)

Bill drawn from New South Wales by Mr Commissary Freeman for £313.10.0. (4 enclosures) [5 documents]

Mr Dundas, 28 August 1793 (Item 1978)

Demand of twelve months provisions for the settlement of New South Wales. (4 enclosures) [5 documents]

Mr Dundas (Item 2140)

Respecting the Navy Board contracting with owners of Southern Whale ships for carrying articles to New South Wales. [1 document]

Mr Dundas: with list of stores from Governor Phillip to be sent to New South Wales (2 enclosures) [3 documents] (Item 2162)
Mr Dundas: on letter from Governor Phillip respecting clothing for New South Wales (2 enclosures) [3 documents] (Item 2227)
List of articles transmitted by Mr King and recommended by Governor Phillip to be sent out to New South Wales for the use of the colony there [1 document] (Item 2305)
Mr King: respecting provisions to be sent to New South Wales [1 document], 18 October 1793 (Item 2516)
Duke of Portland (Item 2778)

Relative to provisions to be sent out to New South Wales the ensuing Spring. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Duke of Portland, 30 September 1795 (Item 3538)

Relative to medicines to be expedited to New South Wales. (1 enclosure) [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3862–4181, 1795 (File 755. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Mr Bradley: account of convicts on board the Lion and Hospital at Portsmouth from 21 June to 20 September 1795 [4 documents], 11 November 1795 (Item 4090)
Memorial of Thos Jamison: payment of stock supplied the Government of Norfolk Island (2 enclosures) [3 documents] (Item 4091)
Mr Campbell's return of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich 12 July - 12 October 1795 [3 documents], 12 November 1795 (Item 4094)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4184–4429, 1795 (File 756. AJCP Reel No: 3556)
Commissioners Customs: on petition of Thomas Yorke payment of bounties on vessels employed in the Southern Whale Fishery [2 documents] (Item 4270)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4436–4763, 1795 (File 757. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Mr Bradley: with return of the convicts in the Fortunee and Hospital hulks in Langston Harbour from 21 September to 20 December 1795 [3 documents], 28 December 1795 (Item 4726)
Mr Bradley: with return of the convicts in the Lion and Hospital hulks in Portsmouth Harbour from 21 September to 20th December 1795 [3 documents], 28 December 1795 (Item 4727)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1–257, 1796 (File 759. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Mr Campbell: return of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich from 12 October 1795 to 12 January 1796 [3 documents], 14 January 1796 (Item 183)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 261–410, 1796 (File 760. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Duke of Portland: clothing to be sent to New South Wales [1 document], 22 January 1796 (Item 324)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 843–1151, 1796 (File 762. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Commissioners Transports: further report relating to an additional allowance to Messrs. Campbell & Bradley on account of their contracts [1 document], 4 March 1796 (Item 920)
Memorial of the ship owners of Scarborough to the Lords of the Treasury [1 document] (Item 938)
Newcastle upon Tyne: memorial from owners of transport ships to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury [1 document] (Item 1049)
Memorial from the owners of transport ships to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury for an advance of freight [1 document] (Item 1050)
Sunderland: memorial of owners of transport ships to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury (Item 1051)
North Shields: memorial of owners of transport ships to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury [1 document] (Item 1052)
South Shields and Sunderland: memorial from owners of transport ships to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury [1 document] (Item 1053)
Whitby: memorial of owners of transport ships to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury [1 document] (Item)
Transports Commissioners: their report on memorial of ship owners for an increase of freight [5 documents], 26 March 1796 (Item)
Hull: memorial of owners of transport ships to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury [1 document] (Item)
Mr King: copy of letter from Mr Pelham with an account of the no. of convicts that have been sent from Ireland to New South Wales (2 enclosures) [3 documents], 16 March 1796 (Item 1094)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1152–1389, 1796 (File 763. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Commissioners Transports: on memorial from ship owners of London, Hull, etc. re increase in freight in their vessels employed in the Transport service [2 documents], 26 March 1796 (Item 1267)
Commissioners Transports: relating to the expense of clothing the convicts sent from Ireland to New South Wales [1 document], 5 April 1796 (Item 1331)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1403–1643, 1796 (File 764. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Mr Campbell: account of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich to 12 April 1796 [3 documents], 15 April 1796 (Item 1459)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2424–2748, 1796 (File 768. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Commissioners Customs (Item 2448)

On petition of [illegible] Bennet payment of bounty on the ship Lord Hawkesbury employed in the Southern Whale Fishery. [2 documents]

Mr Bradley: return of convicts on board the hulks in Portsmouth Harbour - one quarter to 20 June 1796 [3 documents], 24 June 1796 (Item 2504)
Mr Bradley: return of convicts on board the hulks in Langston Harbour - one quarter to June 1796 [3 documents], 24 June 1796 (Item 2505)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2751–3040, 1796 (File 769. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Mr Campbell: return of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich - one quarter to 12 July 1796 [3 documents], 15 July 1796 (Item 2777)
Duke of Portland, 16 July 1796 (Item 2804)

Transmitting Mr Campbell's account of extra disbursements on account of convicts from 12 July 1795 to 15 July 1796. (4 enclosures)

Duke of Portland: with Mr Bradley's account of extra disbursements for convicts one year to 21 June 1796 [2 documents], 10 August 1796 (Item 3108)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3329–3563, 1796 (File 771. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Mr King: on Bills of Commissary Palmer - £13,429.19.5 and £8,069.10. [1 document], 3 September 1796 (Item 3391)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3574–3885, 1796 (File 772. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Mr J. Bradley: payment for convicts on board the Fortunee and Hospital hulks in Langston Harbour to 20th September [6 documents], 24 September 1796 (Item 3599)
Mr Duncan Campbell: returns of convicts praying an issue of money [3 documents], 15 October 1796 (Item 3844)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4244–4594, 1796 (File 775. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Commissary Auditing: rel. to the balance in Mr Chinnery's hands as Agent for New South Wales [1 document], 23 November 1796 (Item 4429)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4597–4823, 1796 (File 776. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Report of convicts under sentence of transportation on board the Fortunee and Hospital hulks amounting to £2,671.13.8 1/2 [3 documents], 23 December 1796 (Item 4776)
Mr Bradley: return of convicts on board the Lion and Hospital hulks amounting to £1,610.16.7 [3 documents], 23 December 1796 (Item 4778)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 14–325, 1797 (File 778. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Andrew Hawes Dyne[?]: that he may succeed to the contract of his late brother-in-law Mr Bradley for the maintenance of convicts at Portsmouth & c. [1 document], 3 January 1797 (Item 21)
Mr Duncan Campbell: return of convicts on board the Prudentia and Stanislaus hulks from 12 October to 12th January 1797 [3 documents], 16 January 1797 (Item 150)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 326–614, 1797 (File 779. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Commissioners Transports: authority to purchase various articles of ironmongery for the settlement at New South Wales [2 documents], 17 February 1797 (Item 526)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1096–1362, 1797 (File 783. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Duncan Campbell: returns of convicts maintained by him at Woolwich and praying issues on acct. of the same [3 documents], 15 April 1797 (Item 1314)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1802–2083, 1797 (File 786. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Mr King: on letter of Lt. Gov. King rel. to the sum of £31.2.- advanced by him to the shipwrecked crew of the Endeavour [1 document], 31 May 1797 (Item 1883)
Commissioners Customs: on petition of John Cave & Co. for bounty on the ship Trelawny a South Whaler [3 documents], 3 May 1797 (Item 1889)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2084–2313, 1797 (File 787. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Representative of Mr Bradley: issue of £1,231.10.9. for subs. of convicts on board the Fortunee and Hospital hulks in Langston Harbour from 21st March to 28 April [3 documents], 22 June 1797 (Item 2179)
Representative of Mr Bradley: issue of £662.15.10 1/2. for subs. of convicts on board the Lion and Hospital hulks at Portsmouth from 21st March to 28th April [3 documents], 22 June 1797 (Item 2180)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2314–2643, 1797 (File 788. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Duncan & John Campbell, 15 July 1797 (Item 2484)

Return of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich with account for maintaining them from 12th April to 12th this month [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2644–2849, 1797 (File 789. AJCP Reel No: 3557)
Duke of Portland, 4 August 1797 (Item 2722)

Reimbursement of £178.19.2. to Mr D. Campbell for extra disbursements on account of the convicts on board the hulks from 15th July 1796 to 12th July 1797 (with enclosures).

Mr King, 4 August 1797 (Item 2723)

Allowance of £40 per annum to Mr D'Arcy Wentworth for his services as superintendent and surgeon at Queenborough. [1 document]

Mr King, 27 July 1797 (Item 2733)

That six pairs of millstones be purchased for use of inhabitants of New South Wales [1 document]

Mr Dyne, 3 August 1797 (Item 2741)

Return of convicts on board the Lion and Hospital hulks from 29th April to 28th July 1797. [2 documents]

Mr Dyne, 3 August 1797 (Item 2742)

Return of convicts on board the Fortunee and Hospital hulks from 29th April to 28th July 1797. [4 documents]

Report of the convicts on board the Fortunee and Hospital hulks in Langton Harbour [1 document] (Item)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2850–3118, 1797 (File 791. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Mr Greville, 16 September 1797 (Item 3226)

Desiring that some law books for the use of Mr John Dore Dpey. Advocate for New South Wales may be immediately [illegible]. [1 document]

Mr King: on bills of Governor Hunter, 10 September 1797 (Item 3402)

£22,746 - and having copies of letters rel. to his account. (2 encl.) [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3454–3629, 1797 (File 792. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Duncan & John Campbell, 17 October 1797 (Item 3506)

Return of convicts maintained on board the hulks at Woolwich and paying issues on account of the same. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3630–3918, 1797 (File 793. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Mr King, 4 November 1797 (Item 3702)

With extract of letter from Duke of Portland to Governor Hunter rel. to the expenses incurred at New South Wales (1 encl.) [2 documents]

Mr Dyne, 4 November 1797 (Item 3709)

Return of convicts on board the Fortunee and Hospital hulks in Langton Harbour from 29th July to 28th October 1797. [2 documents]

Mr Dyne, 4 November 1797 (Item 3710)

Return of convicts on board the Lion and Hospital hulks in Portsmouth Harbour from 29th July to 28th October 1797 (2 enclosures) [3 documents]

Mr King, 13 November 1797 (Item 3826)

With copy of letter from the Duke of Portland to the Lord Lieut. of Ireland - repayment of expenses incurred in maintaining Irish convicts at New South Wales (3 encl.) [4 documents]

Duke of Portland, 18 November 1797 (Item 3880)

Transm. contingent account of Mr Dyne of expenses incurred on account of convicts in Portsmouth and Langston Harbour. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4257–4462, 1797 (File 795. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Mr King: transmitting letter from Governor King with estimates of article to be sent to New South Wales for the use of the Flax Manufactory [1 document], 16 December 1797 (Item 4293)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1–259, 1798 (File 797. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Duncan & J. Campbell, 4 January 1798 (Item 35)

Return of convicts on board the Prudentia and Stanislaus hulks to 31st December last. [3 documents].

Commrs. Transports: rel. to the expenses of sending convicts from Ireland to New South Wales [1 document], 3 January 1798 (Item 41)
Mr Dyne, 4 January 1798 (Item 54)

Return of convicts on board the Fortunee and Hospital hulks from 29th October to 31st December 1797. [3 documents]

Mr Dyne, 4 January 1798 (Item 55)

Return of convicgts on board the Lion and Hospital hulks from 29th October to 31st December 1787. [3 documents]

Mr King: with list of settlers going to New South Wales in the Buffalo (1 encl.) [2 documents], 12 January 1798 (Item 114)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 481–718, 1798 (File 798. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Mr King, 15 February 1798 (Item 534)

Rel. to permitting Mr Raven, Master of the Buffalo, to take out more wine and tobacco than is allowed. [1 document]

Mr King, 19 February 1798 (Item 556)

With extracts of letter from Duke of Portland to Governor Hunter rel. to preventing spirits being landed at New South Wales. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 242–480, 1798 (File 799. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Mr King, 5 February 1798 (Item 396)

With copy of letter from Mr Pelham rel. to the transportation of convicts from Ireland to New South Wales. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1130–1332, 1798 (File 802. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Mr King on memorial of Mr Commy. Palmer, 4 April 1798 (Item 1168)

Praying for increase of his salary and an addition to the number of his clerks. [1 document]

D. & J. Campbell, 4 April 1798 (Item 1170)

Return of convicts on board the Prudentia and Stanislaus from the 31st December 1797 to 31st March last. [3 documents]

Commrs. Transports, 5 April 1798 (Item 1193)

That they have agreed for the Minerva to convey the convicts in Ireland to New South Wales. (2 encl) [3 documents]

Mr Dyne, 4 April 1798 (Item 1197)

Return of convicts on board the Lion and Hospital hulks from 1st January to 31st March 1798. [3 documents]

Mr Dyne, 4 April 1798 (Item 1198)

Returnof convicts on board the Fortunee and Hospital hulks from 1st January to 31st March 1798. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1640–1966, 1798 (File 804. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Commy. Transports: on petition of Lt. King allowance for the time he was employed as Transport Agent at Amboyna [1 document], 1 June 1798 (Item 1916)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1970–2243, 1798 (File 806. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Duke of Portland: that various implements of husbandry be sent to New South Wales in the Porpoise [1 document], 8 June 1798 (Item 1975)
Mr King, 21 June 1790 (Item 2151)

That some books and stationary may be sent to Norfolk Island for the Civil Department - issue of £274.15- to Lt. Govr. King for goats delivered into the Commissary's charge (2 encl.) [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2255–2577, 1798 (File 808. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Returns of convicts under sentence of transportation [4 documents], 31 March 1798 - 30 June 1798 (Item)
Report of convicts on board the Fortunee and Hospital hulks in Langston Harbour [1 document], 1 April 1798 - 30 June 1798 (Item)
Report of convicts on board the Lion and Hospital hulks in Portsmouth Harbour [2 documents], 1 April 1798 - 30 June 1798 (Item)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2591–2957, 1798 (File 809. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Commrs. Transports, 10 August 1798 (Item 2815)

With account of freight paid for the transportation of convicts and others on board the ship Britannia from Ireland to New South Wales (1 encl.) [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2963–3288, 1798 (File 810. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
James Wilson: delivery of articles brought from the South Sea Islands [1 document], 28 August 1798 (Item 2985)
Commissary Palmer, September 1798 (Item 3030)

Desiring to be furnished with the means of obviating the difficulties he may meet with at the Cape of Good Hope on account of non-acceptance of a bill he drew from that place of £1,000. [1 document]

Mr King: list of articles to be provided for the settlement at New South Wales and sent per Hillsborough (1 encl.) [2 documents], 8 September 1798 (Item 3088)
Duke of Portland, 15 September 1798 (Item 3145)

That an allowance of 10. 0d. per day may be made to Mr Park to enable him to explore the interior parts of New South Wales (1 encl.) [2 documents]

Mr King, 15 September 1798 (Item 3149)

That a vessel be provided to convey Irish convicts to New South Wales - and desiring information rel. to provisions etc. for the same. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3290–3649, 1798 (File 811. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Messrs. Duncan & John Campbell, 4 October 1798 (Item 3309)

Returns of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich and accounts for maintenance of same from 30th June to 30th September 1798.

Mr Dyne, 8 October 1798 (Item 3350)

With return of convicts on board the Fortunee and Hospital hulks from 1st July to 30th September 1798 (2 encl.) [3 documents]

Mr Dyne, 1 July 1798 - 30 September 1798 (Item 3351)

Return of convicts on board the Lion and Hospital hulks (2 encl.) [3 documents]

Duke of Portland, 12 October 1798 (Item 3381)

With account of extra expenses of J. & D. Campbell £171.15.2d.- convicts on board the hulks [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3655–3885, 1798 (File 812. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Mr King: that Mr Mungo Park has declined going to explore the interior of New South Wales [1 document], 12 November 1798 (Item 3723)
Treasury Board Papers: Nos 15–379, 1799 (File 816. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
A.H. Dyne, 9 January 1799 (Item 92)

Enclosing a return of the convicts confined on board the Lion and Hospital hulks in Portsmouth Harbour from 1st October to 31st December 1798. [5 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 682–1051, 1799 (File 818. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Duke of Portland, 4 March 1799 (Item 711)

Issue of £404.17.8d to Mr A.H. Dyne for exps. on account of convicts on board hulks in Langston and Portsmouth Harbours. [2 documents]

Commrs. Navy, 26 March 1799 (Item 1002)

Req. that directions may be given to Collector Customs at Portsmouth to ship the copper coin in his possession on board the Porpoise. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1057–1354, 1799 (File 819. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Memorial of the owners of ships employed in his Majesty's Transport service to the Lords of the Treasury [2 documents] (Item 104)
D. & J. Campbell, 4 April 1799 (Item 1103)

Return of the convicts on board the Prudentia and Stanislaus hulks from 31st December 1798 to 31st March 1799. [5 documents]

A.H. Dyne, 8 April 1799 (Item 1213)

Return of convicts on board the hulks in Langston Harbour from 1st January to 31st March 1799 and issue of £2,991.8.2 1/2d. [2 documents]

A.H. Dyne, 8 April 1799 (Item 1214)

Return of convicts on board hulks in Portsmouth Harbour from 1st January to 31st March 1799 and issue of £1,523.14.2. [3 documents]

Mr King, 12 April 1799 (Item 1226)

That one fifth of the copper coinage shipped on board the Porpoise for the Cape may be carried on to New South Wales. [1 document]

Mr King, 17 April 1799 (Item 1287)

Bales of clothing and weavers utensils to be carried out in the Porpoise or the transports intended for New South Wales. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1299–1555, 1799 (File 820. AJCP Reel No: 3558)
Mr King, 19 April 1799 (Item 1317)

That 22 casks of the copper coinage intended for the Cape of Good Hope may be carried to New South Wales.

Mr Fawkener, 2 May 1799 (Item 1546)

Rel. to allowing 1/3 of the duty on blubber from the Southern Whale Fishery for filth and ice. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2293–2671, 1799 (File 824. AJCP Reel No: 3558-3559)
Messrs. Campbell: with their accounts for the maintenance of convicts from 31st March to 30th June [1 document] (Item 2332)
Mr Dyne: with accounts for maintenance of convicts in Langston from 1st April to 30th June, reg. issue of £2,915.16.7d [2 documents] (Item 2372)
Mr Dyne (Item 2373)

With accounts for the maintenance of the convicts at Portsmouth from 1st April to 30th June reg. issue of £1,713.9.6 1/2d. [2 documents]

Mr Dyne: with report of convicts in Langston Harbour and account of maintenance from 1st July to 30 September [1 document] (Item 3551)
Account of keeping convicts on board the Prudentia hulk [2 documents], 31 March 1799 - 30 June 1799 (Item)
Account of expense of keeping convicts on board the Stanislaus hulk at Woolwich [2 documents], 31 March 1799 - 30 June 1799 (Item)
Report of convicts on board the Lion and Hospital in Portsmouth Harbour [1 document], 1 April 1799 - 30 June 1799 (Item)
Report of convicts on board the Fortunee and Hospital hulks in Langston Harbour [1 document], 1 April 1799 - 30 June 1799 (Item)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3550–3719, 1799 (File 829. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Duke of Portland, 22 February 1799 (Item 637)

With account of Messrs. D. & I. Campbell's extra expenses in the execution of the Acts for punishing convicts by hard labour to 31st December 1798.

D. & I. Campbell, 30 June 1799 - 30 September 1799 (Item 3550)

With account of maintenance of convicts etc. and praying payment etc. at Woolwich. [1 document]

Mr King: rel. to fitting out the Lady Nelson transport to survey the coasts of New Holland [1 document], 10 October 1799 (Item 3593)
Duke of Portland, 14 October 1799 (Item 3662)

Rel. to the number of convicts to be accommodated in the Panopticon proposed to be erected by Mr Bentham. [1 document]

Account of expense of keeping convicts on board the Prudentia hulk at Woolwich [2 documents], 30 June 1799 - 30 September 1799 (Item)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3720–3955, 1799 (File 830. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Duke of Portland (Item 3944)

Rel. to vessels and provisions to be provided for convicts to be carried out to New South Wales (2 encl.) [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3956–4299, 1799 (File 831. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Mr King, 16 November 1799 (Item 4137)

On bills of Governor Hunter No.s 11-20-23-24-31 and copy of letter to Governor Hunter recalling him. [2 documents]

Duke of Portland, 20 November 1799 (Item 4248)

Rel. to allowing Governor King £300 as an outfit to New South Wales (3 encl.) [4 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2–273, 1800 (File 835. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
D. & J. Campbell: issue for maintenance of convicts on board the hulks at Woolwich to 31st December 1799 [5 documents], 7 January 1800 (Item 59)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 274–666, 1800 (File 836. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Duke of Portland, 30 January 1800 (Item 380)

Re-imbursement of £379.12.1 1/2d. to Messrs. Campbells for extra expenses of convicts at Woolwich. (2 encl.) [3 documents]

Petition of William Wilson (Item 494)

Praying that clothing provisions and articles of domestic use may be allowed to be put on board the ship Royal Admiral for the use of the Missionaries going to the Friendly Islands [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 668–938, 1800 (File 837. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Mr King: on bills of Governor Hunter, 20 February 1800 (Item 682)

46/ £18.778. and rel. to ship's chartered to carry provisions to New South Wales being suffered to load with other articles. [2 documents]

Commrs. Transports: on memorial of owners of transports for an increase of pay etc. [1 document], 28 February 1800 (Item 826)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 944–1256, 1800 (File 838. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Mr King, 20 January 1800 (Item 1086)

With comparative statement of estimates in 1799 and 1800 and observations on the estimates for 1800 for the colonies (2 encl.) [3 documents]

Sir Joseph Banks, 25 March 1800 (Item 1157)

Rel. to trees and plants provided for New South Wales and expense incurred - recommending a gratuity to the gardener (2 encl.) [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1768–2120, 1800 (File 841. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
New South Wales: Governor Hunter, 30 May 1799 (Item 2095)

Explanatory observations on exps. of that Colony and Norfolk Island. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2121–2386, 1800 (File 842. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
With exts. of letters from Governor Hunter rel. to non-arrival of clothing (2 encl.) [3 documents], 2 June 1800 (Item 2121)
Mr King, 7 June 1800 (Item 2276)

That he has given directions to Governor Hunter to draw on the Navy Board for expenses of Colonial Schooner. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2395–2664, 1800 (File 843. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Mr King: further letter respecting the convicts to be sent immediately to New South Wales [1 document], 2 July 1800 (Item 2562)
Mr Dyne: with report of convicts on board hulks in Langston Harbour [3 documents], 7 July 1800 (Item 2648)
Mr Dyne: with report of convicts on board hulks in Portsmouth Harbour [3 documents], 7 July 1800 (Item 2649)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2668–2876, 1800 (File 844. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Mr King: on bill of W. Ravens, 11 July 1800 (Item 2711)

Of £52 for flour given to cattle on passage from the Cape to New South Wales (1 encl.) [2 documents]

Mr King: payment of £65 to three settlers going to New South Wales [1 document], 15 July 1800 (Item 2768)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2885–3214, 1800 (File 845. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Duke of Portland: rel. to provisions etc. to be sent to New South Wales [1 document], 28 July 1800 (Item 2927)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3266–3469, 1800 (File 846. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Commrs. Transport, 27 August 1800 (Item 3317)

That they have provided a passage for the stallion to New South Wales, belonging to Capt. Towers. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3479–3827A, 1800 (File 847. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Mr A.H. Bradley: with returns of convicts in Portsmouth and Langston Harbours, 9 October 1800 (Item 3806, 3807)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3828–4114, 1800 (File 848. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Charles Webb, 11 October 1800 (Item 3837)

Paying a sum of money in lieu of his allowance of £30 per annum to provide him with implements etc. on his going to settle at New South Wales. [1 document]

Commrs. Public Accounts, 17 October 1800 (Item 3898)

With lists of Civil Officers of the Colonies of New South Wales and Norfolk Island who receive their salaries there. [1 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1–304, 1801 (File 853. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Duke of Portland, 15 January 1801 (Item 197)

Reimbursement of £528.18. 8 1/2d. to Messrs. Campbell for extra exps. rel. to convicts.

Mr Bradley: with return of convicts on board hulks in Portsmouth Harbour to 31st December 1800 [2 documents], 17 January 1801 (Item 250)
Mr Bradley: with return of convicts on board hulks in Langston Harbour to 31st December 1800, 17 January 1801 (Item 251)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 308–518, 1801 (File 854. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Mr S. Erskine, 27 January 1801 (Item 331)

That he is willing to contract for the maintenance of the convicts in the hulks at Woolwich. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 680–935, 1801 (File 856. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Commrs. Transports, 4 February 1801 (Item 687)

In answer to Mr Roses of 27th ult. ref. to the clothing and maintaining convicts in River Thames. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1156–1433, 1801 (File 858. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Mr Zach. Clark: praying increase of his pay as Depy. Com. of Norfolk Island [1 document], 2 April 1801 (Item 1322)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1434–1699, 1801 (File 859. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Messrs Campbell, 16 April 1801 (Item 1498)

With returns of convicts at Woolwich from 31st December 1800 to 31st March 1801 - additional charges of 1 1/2 per man per day.

Duke of Portland, 16 April 1801 (Item 1521)

Issue of £794.10 8d. to Mr Bradley for expenses of clothing, Coroners Inquests etc. for convicts at Portsmouth etc. for 1800.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2039–2344, 1801 (File 861. AJCP Reel No: 3559)
Messrs. Campbell: with account of convicts at Woolwich to 30 April 1801 [4 documents], 27 May 1801 (Item 2183)
Governor King, 16 July 1800 (Item 2185)

Rel. to taking the private flock of cattle from Governor Hunter and Major Foveaux - reasons for certain expences etc.

Three enclosures - vouchers for the conditional purchase of Capt. Kent's house as an Orphan House in New South Wales [3 documents] (Item)
Duke of Portland, 29 May 1801 (Item 2213)

With list of articles necessary to be sent yearly to New South Wales and rel. to the supply of beef and pork (2 encl.) [3 documents]

Mr King, 3 June 1801 (Item 2305)

On bills of Governor King for £1147, £407 and £1539 on account of conditional purchase of cattle, a house and land at New South Wales (3 encls.) [4 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2347–2654, 1801 (File 862. AJCP Reel No: 3559-3560)
Duke of Portland, 17 June 1801 (Item 2539)

Rel. to some further regulations respecting the convicts at Portsmouth and Langston Harbour. [2 documents]

Duke of Portland, 22 June 1801 (Item 2618)

With account of extra expenses paid by Messrs. Duncan & Campbell on account of convicts to 1st May 1801. [2 documents]

Mr King, 25 June 1801 (Item 2651)

On Governor Hunter's bill for £2214.16.0d left with Governor King to liquidate the Government notes in circulation and on Governor King's letter on the same subject. (2 encls.) [3 documents]

Mr King, 25 June 1801 (Item 2652)

On Governor King's letter relating to the distribution of provisions and bill for £2183.6.4d on account of said provisions (2 encl.) [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2839–3129, 1801 (File 864. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Mr John Hunter with accounts and vouchers of the Government of New South Wales during his adminstration (1 encl.) [2 documents] (Item 2940)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3131–3683, 1801 (File 865. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Mr Hatton, 13 August 1801 (Item 3561)

With a copy of letter from Mr Barney, Coroner of Portsmouth relating to the provisions supplied to the convicts there. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3664–3929, 1801 (File 866. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Mr King, 27 August 1801 (Item 3714)

With estimate of the proposed establishment for the convict hulks at Portsmouth and Langston. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3933–4262, 1801 (File 867. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Mr King, 15 September 1801 (Item 3945)

With copy of articles of Agreement to be entered into for supplying the convicts with provisions, clothes, etc. [2 documents]

Sir George Shee, 16 September 1801 (Item 3990)

On petition of Zebulon Phillips, Master of the Prince George coasting vessel, for compensation for being detained in the pursuit of escaped convicts. [2 documents]

Mr Bradley: with account of convicts in Langston Harbour to 30th September, 6 October 1801 (Item 4174)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4712–4999, 1801 (File 870. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Mr King, 25 November 1801 (Item 4869)

With draft of proposed contract to be entered into with Mr Bradley for maintenance of convicts at Portsmouth. [1 document]

Mr Bradley, 30 November 1801 (Item 4933)

Terms on which he is willing to contract for the maintenance and clothing of convicts at Portsmouth. [1 document]

Mr King, 3 December 1801 (Item 4973)

With letter from Mr Graham with plan for fitting up two fifty gun ships for the reception of convicts at Portsmouth. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 5002–5348, 1801 (File 871. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Commrs. Transport, 5 December 1801 (Item 5014)

In answer to Mr Addington's of 3rd Inst. relating to the proposed contract with Mr Bradley. [2 documents]

Mr Nepean, 9 December 1801 (Item 5067)

In answer to Mr Addington's of the 19th inst. relating to providing two hulks for the convicts at Portsmouth and Langston. [2 documents]

Commrs. Transport (Item 5244)

On Mr Bradley's proposal for clothing and victualling convicts at Portsmouth and Langston Harbours. [1 document]

Commrs. Transport, 23 December 1801 (Item 5249)

On Mr. Bradley's letter relating to shoes to be provided for the convicts at Portsmouth and Langston. [1 document]

Mr Nepean, 23 December 1801 (Item 5296)

That directions are given for giving up the ships Captivity and Perseverance for the use of the convicts at Portsmouth and Langston Harbours. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2–297, 1802 (File 873. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
New South Wales: Governor King - relating to that part of his instructions relating to bills [1 document], 8 November 1800 (Item 29)
Mr Sullivan, 8 January 1802 (Item 137)

A memorial of Officers of the New South Wales Corps. relating to their shipping articles on board transports for Port Jackson. (1 encl.) [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 302–582, 1802 (File 874. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Lord Hobart, 25 January 1802 (Item 419)

Relating to the increase of the rations allowed to persons going out to New South Wales as settlers. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 590–833, 1802 (File 875. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Commrs. Transports, 8 February 1802 (Item 669)

Relating to affording money to persons going out as settlers to New South Wales in the Perseus and Coromandel. [4 documents]

Lord Pelham: issue of £1125.17.10 to Mr Bradley for expenses of convicts discharged [1 document], 22 February 1802 (Item 818)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1152–1440, 1802 (File 877. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Commrs. Transports, 22 March 1802 (Item 1245)

In answer to Mr Addington's of 19th inst. relating to allowing Mr S. Erskine to charge the additional penny per convict. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1967–2158, 1802 (File 881. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Mr Sullivan, 13 May 1802 (Item 2027)

On Commy. Palmer's appn. rel. to the freight of a vessel hired of him for the service of New South Wales.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4075–4399, 1802 (File 889. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Mr Sullivan, 30 September 1802 (Item 4200)

With extracts of letters and enclosures from Governor King of New South Wales to the Duke of Portland rel. to the provisions etc. and coals purchased for that settlement - advising of bills £12,684.8.4 3/4d. [11 documents]

Mr Sullivan, 6 October 1802 (Item 4226)

With extract of a letter written by Lord Hobart to Governor King, relating to the expense of the settlement of New South Wales; and relating to the manner in which bills are to be drawn from that Colony in future. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4400–4731, 1802 (File 890. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Lord Pelham, 6 November 1802 (Item 4704)

On letter from Mr Bradley praying payment of an account for clothing etc. issued to convicts previous to the signing of his new contract, and requiring directions as to their straw beds etc. [4 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 5480–5596, 1802 (File 894. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Commrs. Transport, 27 December 1802 (Item 5545)

On memorial of W. Wilson Commr. of the ship Royal Admiral, relating to beer etc. issued to convicts and passengers during their voyage to New South Wales. [2 documents]

Commrs. Transports, 29 December 1802 (Item 5589)

With copy letter and its enclosure from Mr Sullivan directing them to provide and sent to New South Wales the sundry articles therein mentioned by the Calcutta. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 5–293, 1803 (File 896. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Lord Hobart, 18 January 1803 (Item 217)

Lists of provisions, clothing etc. necessary for convicts to be sent to a settlement in Bass's Straights. [6 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 600–792, 1803 (File 898. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Commrs. Transport, 16 February 1803 (Item 648)

Submitting propriety of applying to Lords of the Admiralty to authorise Commrs. Navy etc. to supply articles for use of settlement in Bass's Straights. [1 document]

Commrs. Transport, 16 February 1803 (Item 649)

Transmitting an act of expenses of conveying convicts in the ships Luz, St. Ann and Friendship from Ireland to New South Wales. [3 documents]

Lord Pelham, 18 February 1803 (Item 678)

Transmitting account of extra expenses incurred by Mr Stewart Erskine on account of convicts on board hulks in River Thames for 1802. [8 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 793–942, 1803 (File 899. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Mr Sullivan, 26 February 1803 (Item 816)

That one year's provisions only be sent to Port Phillip for the establishment to be formed there and that the provisions etc. for 70 persons for an eight months' voyage should be put on board the Ocean. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1294–1728, 1803 (File 901. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Mr Stewart Erskine, 5 April 1803 (Item 1440)

With returns of convicts on board hulks at Woolwich from 31 December to 31st March last. [5 documents]

Mr Sullivan, 21 April 1803 (Item 1663)

On letter from Commrs. Transports, with list of articles purchased by them for use of intended settlement at Bass's Straights. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2869–3199, 1803 (File 907. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Sir Joseph Banks, 24 June 1803 (Item 2920)

Requests permission to receive, duty free, the clothes etc. of Monsieur Deschamps, who accompanied M. D'Entrecasteaux as a Naturalist in his voyage in search of La Perouse. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3941–4263, 1803 (File 910. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Commrs. Transports, 27 August 1803 (Item 4015)

On letter from Mr Stewart Erskine requesting permission to charge an additional 1d. per man per diem, for victualling of each convict, from 30th June, instead of 1/2d. which ceased on that date. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4264–4727, 1803 (File 911. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Mr Sullivan, 13 September 1803 (Item 4266)

On letter from Mr Commy. Palmer at New South Wales enclosing sundry accounts of that settlement and transmitting lists of articles necessary to be sent there. [3 documents]

Lord Hobart, 16 September 1803 (Item 4271)

For payment of £155.5.6d. to Mr Cocksedge, for a framed room to be sent to New South Wales. [2 documents]

Mr Yorke, 29 September 1803 (Item 4407)

Relating to hulks for reception of convicts at Woolwich being placed on same footing as hulks at Portsmouth.[2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4733–5174, 1803 (File 912. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Mr Sullivan, 7 November 1803 (Item 4996)

With copy letter from Mr Prinsep relating to the establishment of a regular trade to Port Jackson in New South Wales. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 235–522, 1804 (File 917. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Captain McArthur, 2 February 1804 (Item 511)

Enclosing proposal for establishing a company to encourage the increase of fine-woolled sheep in New South Wales. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 714–1134, 1804 (File 919. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Mr Sullivan, 15 February 1804 (Item 747)

On letter from Captain McArthur relating to establishing a company to encourage the increase of fine-woolled sheep in New South Wales. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1135–1572, 1804 (File 920. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Commrs. Transports, 2 April 1804 (Item 1551)

On letter from Mr King on Mr Webb's terms for victualling and clothing convicts aboard hulks at Woolwich. [4 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3225–3512, 1804 (File 925. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Lord Hawkesbury, 17 July 1804 (Item 3411)

With copy letter from Mr Graham respecting his salary as Inspector of Convicts on board hulks on the Thames at Portsmouth. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4645–4995, 1804 (File 929. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Lord Camden, 5 October 1804 (Item 4750)

That Mr McArthur may be permitted to take out seven rams and two ewes of the Spanish race to New South Wales. [1 document]

Mr Cooke, 19 October 1804 (Item 4974)

On two letters from Captain Kent of the Buffalo adv. of bill for £2,450 for purchase of cattle for New South Wales, and encl. copy of his orders and vouchers for the same. [5 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4999–5329, 1804 (File 930. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Comptrs. Army Accounts, 9 November 1804 (Item 5277)

On letter from Mr Cooke with abstract of one from Governor King and papers relating to the stoppages made from payment of New South Wales Corps. [4 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 5615–5941, 1804 (File 932. AJCP Reel No: 3560)
Commrs. Victualling, 6 December 1804 (Item 5723)

On letter from Mr Cooke with one from Captain Woodriffe of H.M.S. Calcutta enclosing his accounts and vouchers of disbursements made for use of convicts on their passage to Port Philip. [4 documents]

Lord Hawkesbury, 14 December 1804 (Item 5915)

With copy letter from Mr Stewart Erskine requesting that payment may be made to him now for the hulks at Woolwich. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3758–4097, 1805 (File 947. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Marsden, 16 July 1805 (Item 4060)

On memorial of Captain Short of H.M. storeship Porpoise for an additional allowance of wine, duty free, for himself and officers going to New South Wales. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4098–4370, 1805 (File 948. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Cooke, 19 July 1805 (Item 4125)

On bills of Commr. Palmer £1,426.10.11 1/2d. for purchase of swine's flesh in New South Wales; with documents relating to the settlement at the River Derwent, and pay list of H.M.S. Investigation 1804. [8 documents]

Mr Cooke, 23 July 1805 (Item 4223)

On 3 letters from Commy. Fosbrook advising of bills to Consolidated Colonial Notes issues by him by order of Governor Collins. [5 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 5234–5543, 1805 (File 952. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Cooke, 26 September 1805 (Item 5430)

With copy letter from Mr Burgis, praying permission to ship some cattle on board the ship Elizabeth bound for New South Wales. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 5547–5885, 1805 (File 953. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Ramsay (E. India House), 21 August 1805 (Item 4804)

On memorial of Robt Campbell for relief in regard to the seizure of the ship Lady Barlow by the E. India Co. [2 documents]

Mr Ramsay, 29 August 1805 (Item 4962)

In answer to letter of the 27 Inst. relating to the memorial of Mr Campbell prayng restoration of the Lady Barlow under seizure by the E. India Co. [1 document]

Commrs Customs, 6 September 1805 (Item 5091)

On petition of A. Bernie for renewal of licence for the ship Star to proceed to the Southern Fishery. [3 documents]

Mr Swainson, 19 October 1805 (Item 5885)

Reg. further directions respecting the seizure of the ship Lady Barlow with a cargo of oil and skins imported from New South Wales.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 5886–6215, 1805 (File 954. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Cooke, 22 October 1805 (Item 5916)

With last of certain articles wanted for use of the settlement of New South Wales in addition to the supplies already provided. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 310–545, 1806 (File 961. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Lord Castlereagh, 27 January 1806 (Item 426)

Respecting a claim of Captain Bowen for remuneration for services in establishing a settlement on Van Diemen's Land on the coast of New Holland. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1308–1571, 1806 (File 966. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Sir Joseph Banks, 8 March 1806 (Item 1433)

On Mr Brackenbury's proposal relative to a discovery of a preventative to the blight in mildew in wheat. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4287–4580, 1806 (File 977. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Owners of E.I. ships - further requesting compensation for losses on account of their ships being employed on secret expedition against Manila in 1797 [1 document], 25 June 1806 (Item 4467)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 5652–5893, 1806 (File 981. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Windham: enclosing list of articles required for New South Wales [3 documents], 21 August 1806 (Item 5705)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 6205–6584, 1806 (File 983. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Commrs. Transports, 13 September 1806 (Item 6237)

Req. further direction respecting the rate of freight of ships to be engaged for New South Wales. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 6590–7087, 1806 (File 984. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Chinnery: with estimate for civil establishments of New South Wales for year 1806 [2 documents], 4 October 1806 (Item 6655)
Commissioners Transports, 13 October 1806 (Item 6821)

With extract of a letter stating the difference of expences attending a convict on board the hulks or sent to New South Wales. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2372–2672, 1807 (File 999. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Ramsay, 10 April 1807 (Item 2427)

Stating that it is the opinion of the Directors that owners of ships sent on a recent expedition to the Manillas in 1797 are entitled to remuneration. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3034–3434, 1807 (File 1001. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
New South Wales: Commissary Palmer, 1 November 1806 (Item 3414)

Enclosing two bills of exchange for £1,050 and £1,134 for value of Government cattle delivered to Mr Blaxland. [4 documents].

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 9503–9864, 1807 (File 1018. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Harrison and Mr Cotton, 7 December 1807 (Item 9553)

Report enclosing state of Mr Chinnery; account of sums issued by him to pay bills drawn from New South Wales to the 10 March 1802. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 9865–10319, 1807 (File 1019. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Beckett: with memorial of Mr John Leverne, 16 December 1807 (Item 9868)

Praying allowance for conveying under his care as surgeon to the Fortune 239 male convicts. [4 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 6–347, 1808 (File 1021. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Beckett, 7 January 1808 (Item 334)

Rel. to the authority by which Mr Graham drew bills on account of the convict hulks. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3705–4070, 1808 (File 1033. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Richmond, 9 April 1808 (Item 3712)

With draft of a bill for the payment of bounties on cottons and linens exported to New South Wales. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 8968–9459, 1808 (File 1048. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Commrs. Aud. P.A., 26 August 1808 (Item 8990)

On letter from Mr Chinnery praying issue of £13,583.4.2 for the service of New South Wales for the year 1808.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 10410–10722, 1808 (File 1051. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Harrison and Mr Cotton, 7 October 1808 (Item 10537)

With state of Mr Chinnery's account of the expenses of confining etc. convicts at home to October 1806. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 12667–12974, 1808 (File 1058. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Commrs. Audit G.P. Accounts, 2 December 1808 (Item 12747)

Representation relating to the expenditure under Admiral Hunter as Governor of New South Wales. [1 document]

Mr Chinnery, 7 December 1808 (Item 12897)

Enclosing bills of parcels for £1748.19.5 for articles sent to New South Wales and requesting he may be enabled to discharge the same.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 386–721, 1809 (File 1063. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Secretary at War, 13 January 1809 (Item 471)

With copy letter from Lt. Colonel Macquarie proposing that the wives and children of the men of the 73rd Regt. should be allowed to go with the Corps to New South Wales. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4376–4765, 1809 (File 1075. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Lord Castlereagh, April 1809 (Item 4479)

Recommending a pension to the widoow of Captain King, late Governor of New South Wales. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 7412–7595, 1809 (File 1086. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Cooke, 8 July 1809 (Item 7575)

On petition of Mr Grimes, Surveyor of Lands at New South Wales, praying payment of his salary. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 8148–8375, 1809 (File 1089. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Lord Castlereagh, 24 July 1809 (Item 8189)

Recommending payment to the Reverend Mr Marsden principal Chaplain of New South Wales of the arrears of his full salary to the 5 inst. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 9439–9692, 1809 (File 1095. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Solicitor Treasury, 12 August 1809 (Item 9464)

On two letters from Plummer & Co. relating to the payment of a bill drawn by Commy. Palmer from New South Wales (with enclosures incl. Nos. 5710, 6092 of 1809 and 5226, 5408 of 1802.)

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 12496–12706, 1809 (File 1104. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
New South Wales: Acting Commissary Fitz, 7 March 1809 (Item 12530)

Stating his having undertaken the charge of the Commissariat Department in that colony. [4 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 12709–12711, 1809 (File 1105. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Chinnery, 10 January 1809 (Item 284)

Enclosing account of sums demanded at the Exchequer for property tax and ls duty on the salaries of the officers of the civil establishment New South Wales 1808 and requesting instructions. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 12712–12972, 1809 (File 1106. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Harrison and Mr Cotton, 2 December 1809 (Item 12972)

With state of Mr Chinnery's account in respect of Bills drawn from New South Wales to 10 October 1806. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 7–235, 1810 (File 1112. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Becket, 4 January 1810 (Item 144)

Enclosing statement of the expenses of the convict establishment for the quarter ending 31 December last, amounting to £13244.10.10. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 808–1040, 1810 (File 1115. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Harrison and Mr Cotton, 25 January 1810 (Item 992)

With state of Mr Chinnery's account in respect of sums issued to pay bills drawn from New South Wales to the 10 October 1807. [3 documents]

Mr Harrison and Mr Cotton, 25 January 1810 (Item 993)

With state of Mr Chinnery's account in respect of a sum issued in 1808 to provide articles for New South Wales. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2634–2935, 1810 (File 1122. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Mr Harrison and Mr Cotton, 5 March 1811 (Item 2706)

With state of Mr Chinnery's account in respect of money issued to pay bills drawn from New South Wales, one year to 5 January 1810. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 2936–3161, 1810 (File 1123. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Commrs Customs, 15 March 1810 (Item 3124)

On memorial of Thos. Blyth praying that a quantity of whale oil imported from New South Wales may be admitted to entry as British caught. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3631–3825, 1810 (File 1127. AJCP Reel No: 3561)
Volume labelled 'Report of the state of the Public Accounts of the Kingdom on 31 December 1809' (Item 3749)

Includes pages 193, 201, 209, 205, 217, 228, 232, 259, 260, 264, 269, 274 (double page in each case)

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3831–4093, 1810 (File 1128. AJCP Reel No: 3561-3562)
Mr Harrison and Mr Cotton, 7 April 1810 (Item 4039)

With state of Mr Chinnery's account in respect of bills drawn from New South Wales and paid between 10 October 1807 and 5 January 1809. [3 documents]

Mr Beckett, 6 April 1810 (Item 4048)

Stating that Mr Graham has drawn bills for £12899.4.11 3/4. for the payment of the convict establishment for the quarter ending 31 March last. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4608–4910, 1810 (File 1131. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Lt. Col. Bunbury, 21 April 1810 (Item 4614)

Transmitting an extract of a letter from Lt. Governor Foveaux respecting two convicts who have forged bills on this board in Norfolk Island. [4 documents]

Mr Beckett, 27 April 1810 (Item 4787)

Recommend the payment of £67.15.7 to Sir Joseph Banks for expenses incurred on account Tapioe, an Otaheitan. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 5765–6041, 1810 (File 1135. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Mr Fawkener, 24 May 1810 (Item 5862)

With memorial of J.B. Davis Deputy Comptr. of the Mint praying to have the control of the copper coinage intended for the settlement at Prince of Wales Island. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 6051–6295, 1810 (File 1136. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
An account of all sums issued to persons without account other than such as they may be required to tender thereof...in the year ended 5 January 1810 [1 document] (Item 6170)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 6800–7096, 1810 (File 1139. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Lt. Symonds: further application to be remunerated for expenses incurred at New South Wales [1 document], 22 June 1810 (Item 7035)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 7671–7983, 1810 (File 1142. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Mr Becket, 6 July 1810 (Item 7795)

Recommending the payment of Bills amounting to £13833.12. drawn by Mr Graham for the expenses of convict establishment for the quarter ending 30 June 1810. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 7984–8232, 1810 (File 1143. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Mrs King, 17 July 1810 (Item 8227)

Respecting the payment into the Exchequer of the balance due on the account of her late husband as Governor of New South Wales. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 9002–9375, 1810 (File 1147. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Commrs Customs, 8 August 1810 (Item 9188)

On memorial of Richard Wilson praying admission of whale oil to entry from New South Wales per the Mary Ann as British caught.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 11232–11579, 1810 (File 1155. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Mr Goulburn, 3 October 1810 (Item 11357)

Transmitting letter from Mr Graham, Inspector of Convicts, advising of bills for £14707.13.7 1/4 to pay the convict establishment for the last quarter ending 30 September 1810. [2 documents]

Mr Peel, 6 October 1810 (Item 11514)

Requesting that directions may be given for the delivery of a box containing a feathered cloak being a present to His Majesty from King of the Sandwich Isles. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 11904–12240, 1810 (File 1157. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Admiral Hunter: respecting the payment of the balance due on his account as late Governor of New South Wales [1 document], 24 October 1810 (Item 12188)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 12550–12899, 1810 (File 1159. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Secretary at War, 3 November 1810 (Item 12624)

Respecting the subsistence of persons brought from New South Wales as evidence relating to the late mutiny on that station. [2 documents]

Commrs Transports, 8 November 1810 (Item 12728)

Submitting that the Provisions, Naval and Ordnance Stores etc. required for New South Wales, should be supplied by the Vict. Navy and Ordnance Departments. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 12920–13139, 1810 (File 1160. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Commrs Customs, 16 November 1810 (Item 12983)

On a letter from Governor Bligh requesting the delivery of articles arrived in the Hindostan from New South Wales.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 13327–13577, 1810 (File 1162. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Solicitor, 26 November 1810 (Item 13406)

Reporting the sums it may be proper to allow to persons brought from New South Wales as Evidences relating to the late mutiny there. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 13832–14140, 1810 (File 1164. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Mr Harrison and Mr Cotton, 8 December 1810 (Item 13905)

With state of Mr Chinnery's account of maintaining convicts at home to 5 January 1809. [3 documents]

Sir Joseph Banks (Item 13941)

Praying the delivery of 46 chests of curiositys from New South Wales duty free. [1 document]

Mr Peel, 14 December 1810 (Item 14133)

On letter from Mr Chinnery reg. instructions with respect to bills drawn on him by Commy. Palmer from New South Wales. [2 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 14302–14528, 1810 (File 1166. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Commrs Transports, 22 December 1810 (Item 14500)

Requesting directions to the customs for shipment of Foreign Iron on board the Admiral Gambier for New South Wales. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1–296, 1811 (File 1168. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Commrs Transports, 2 January 1811 (Item 51)

On the subject of supplies ordered to be provided for New South Wales.

Commrs Customs, 3 January 1811 (Item 92)

On further letter from Governor Bligh for the delivery of a clothes chest and china ware duty free. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 1891–2099, 1811 (File 1176. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Mr Peel, 22 February 1811 (Item 2088)

In reply to Mr Harrison's letter respecting emoluments received by Mr Griffin late Secretary to Governor Bligh. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3101–3350, 1811 (File 1180. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Secretary at War, 21 March 1811 (Item 3279)

Relating to the appointments made by Col. Macquarrie of Aide de Camp and Brigade Major. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3613, 1811 (File 1182. AJCP Reel No: 3562)

Accounts. Includes cover of volume and ff. 38, 40, 101, 102, 116, 120, 122, 125, 126, 146, 147, 152, 156, 162 (double page in each case)

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 3626–4036, 1811 (File 1183. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Solicitor, 1 April 1811 (Item 3670)

On a letter from Mr Peel relating to granting an additional allowance to Mr Gore, Provost Marshal of New South Wales, arrived as an Evidence in the late Mutiny therein. [3 documents]

Solicitor, 5 April 1811 (Item 3822)

Relating to the allowance proper to be given to Captain Walker and John Webb, arrived from New South Wales, as Evidence on the part of the Crown. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 4873–5178, 1811 (File 1187. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Col. Torrens, 6 May 1811 (Item 5146)

On the appointments made by Colonel McQuarrie at New South Wales, of a Brigade Major and Aide de Camp. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 5179–5475, 1811 (File 1188. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Secretary at War, 8 May 1811 (Item 5228)

Submitting the necessity of subsisting further evidences arrived from New South Wales respecting the late Mutiny there. [1 document]

Mr Harrison and Mr Cotton, 9 May 1811 (Item 5366)

With state of the account of William Chinnery Esq. in respect of money issued for the maintenance and employment of convicts at Home. [2 documents]

William Chinnery Esq., (of 1810) (Item 14379)

An account of the receipt and application of sums issued to him in 1809 for convicts at Home. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 5505–5892, 1811 (File 1189. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Mr Peel, 16 May 1811 (Item 5566)

Relative to the payment of the arrears of an annuity granted to Mr Arndell, late surgeon's mate on the New South Wales establishment. [2 documents]

Mr Peel, 18 May 1811 (Item 5732)

Enclosing letter from Mr Fawkener, recommending the sending a supply of £10,000 in dollars to New South Wales. [2 documents]

Mr Peel, 21 May 1811 (Item 5823)

On the subject of a claim made by the widow of Lt. Gov. Paterson for salary due to him for his services in New South Wales. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 7779–8049, 1811 (File 1197. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Solicitor, 9 July 1811 (Item 7869)

With Atty and Sol. Gen's opinion on the case of Major Abbott complaining of actions having been brought against him as one of the members of a Court of Judicature in New South Wales. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 8050–8377, 1811 (File 1198. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Solicitor: with list of witnesses attending Col. Johnstone's trial for Mutiny in New South Wales, 19 July 1811 (Item 8261)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 8380–8650, 1811 (File 1199. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Lord Liverpool, 24 July 1811 (Item 8462)

That arrears due to Mr Bent, Deputy Judge Advocate in New South Wales, may be issued to him at his full rate of salary.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 8867–8997, 1811 (File 1201. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Mr Peel, 31 July 1811 (Item 8867)

That no further proceedings are intended to be instituted in respect t the Mutiny in New South Wales. [1 document]

Mr Croker, 1 August 1811 (Item 8911)

On the proposal of Governor Macquarie relating to sending out two Colonial Brigs for the service of New South Wales. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 9103–9376, 1811 (File 1202. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Mr Peel, 9 August 1811 (Item 9157)

Transmitting extracts of letter from Governor Macquarie respecting Commy. Palmer's accounts. [2 documents]

Mr Peel, 8 August 1811 (Item 9200)

Stating that a passage has been provided for several officers on their return to New South Wales, and their allowance for subsistence ceases accordingly. [1 document]

Commrs Transports, 10 August 1811 (Item 9320)

Requesting directions to Customs to prevent the seizure of the baggage of Mr Lowe embarking for New South Wales. [2 documents]

Comptrollers, 13 August 1811 (Item 9326)

On letter from Secretary at War with papers relating to grant and colonial allowance to officers of 1st Battalion 73rd Foot stationed at New South Wales in addition to regimental pay. [5 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 9381–9582, 1811 (File 1203. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Solicitor, 14 August 1811 (Item 9389)

On communications made to him as to the payment of the witnesses respecting the late mutiny in New South Wales. [2 documents]

The Judge Advocate, 15 August 1811 (Item 9471)

On report of comptrs on letter from Secretary at War with account of Mr J. Abbott of the Petty Bag Office of his charges on attending Col. Johnstone's Court Martial. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 9859–10298, 1811 (File 1206. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Solicitor, 26 August 1811 (Item 9918)

On petition of William Watson requesting recompense for expenses incurred while attending the trial of Lt. Col. Johnstone. [2 documents]

Solicitor, 26 August 1811 (Item 9919)

On memorial of Mr West requesting recompense for expenses incurred while giving his evidence at the trial of Lt. Col. Johnstone. [2 documents]

Commrs Customs: on petition of R. Lowe relating to duty on property of settlers going to New South Wales [2 documents], 28 August 1811 (Item 9994)
Solicitor, 29 August 1811 (Item 10070)

On memorial of Mr Webb to be considered as entitled to subsistence from 24 October last the day he arrived in England as a witness on Col. Johnstone's trial. [4 documents]

Commissary in Chief, 31 August 1811 (Item 10270)

On the application of Mr Williamson for continuance of his pay as Deputy Commissary in New South Wales. [3 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 10302–10541, 1811 (File 1207. AJCP Reel No: 3562)
Solicitor, 5 September 1811 (Item 10326)

With opinion of the Attorney and Solicitor General on the case of Major Abbott late a magistrate in New South Wales. [6 documents]

Col. Bunbury, 4 September 1811 (Item 10380)

On application of Mr G. Griffin for remuneration for acting as secretary to Governor Bligh [1 document]

Solicitor, 6 September 1811 (Item 10405)

On further letter from Mr J. Webb relating to the commencement of his allowance as one of the witnesses in Col. Johnstone's trial. [1 document]

Further application of John Webb relating to his allowance as one of the witnesses on Col. Johnstone's trial [2 documents], 11 September 1811 (Item 10540)
Treasury Board Papers - Nos 10832–11027, 1811 (File 1209. AJCP Reel No: 3562-3563)
Lt. Col. Bunbury, 16 September 1811 (Item 10954)

On the reports of the Commissary in Chief and Comptroller of Army Divn. relating to the establishment of the Commissariat at New South Wales.

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 11031–11276, 1811 (File 1210. AJCP Reel No: 3563)
Mr James Williamson, 23 September 1811 (Item 11214)

Requesting a revision of the sentence passed against him by a court martial in 1808 for embezzling stores at New South Wales and that he may be allowed to prove his innocence. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 11283–11495, 1811 (File 1211. AJCP Reel No: 3563)
Lt. Kent, 30 September 1811 (Item 11344)

Relating to his claims to remuneration for expenses during his attendance at the Court Martial of Lt. Col. Johnstone.

Commrs Customs, 2 October 1811 (Item 11475)

Relating to the stores and baggage allowed by Government to be embarked in all storeships with passengers for New South Wales. [1 document]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 11811–12096, 1811 (File 1213. AJCP Reel No: 3563)
Solicitor, 18 October 1811 (Item 12083)

On the application of Lieut. Kent for a further allowance for attending at Col. Johnstone's trial. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 13300–13613, 1811 (File 1219. AJCP Reel No: 3563)
Commrs of Customs (Item 13352)

Further report relating to the baggage it may be proper to admit passengers in transports to carry with them to New South Wales. [2 documents]

Treasury Board Papers - Nos 13900–14150, 1811 (File 1221. AJCP Reel No: 3563)
Commrs Transports, 29 November 1811 (Item 13935)

On report of Customs relating to the shipment of private stores in the store ships under orders of departure for New South Wales. [1 document]

Commrs of Transports, 3 December 1811 (Item 14110)

On application of Robert Walker for payment of the usual gratuity to his son for surgical attendance on convicts on their voyage to New South Wales. [5 documents]