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Archibald Ferguson

Surgeon Superintendent



Archibald Ferguson was employed as Surgeon-Superintendent on the convict ship Jupiter in 1832.

The Jupitor departed the Downs on 31 December 1832, arriving in Hobart on 27 May 1833.....



Hobart

Arrived on Monday the ship Jupiter, 347 tons, Captain Clark, from the Downs, the 7th January, with 169 male prisoners. Surgeon Superintendent Dr. Arch. Ferguson, of the 63rd regiment. The guard consists of Lieut. Cotton of the 4th and Lieut. Crawley of the 20th regt with 29 privates of the 21st and 63rd regiments, 5 women and 8 children. [1]

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Transcription Medical and Surgical journal of His Majesty's convict ship Jupiter - National Archives


The Medical Journal dated from 24 December 1832 to 1st June 1833 is in poor condition.

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[1] The Hobart Town Courier Fri 31 May 1833 Page 3


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