Embarked 150 men
Voyage 130 days
Surgeon's Journal - No
Master Robert Carnes
Surgeon Superintendent Alexander Jack
The Caledonia departed Portsmouth on 10 July 1820
The military party consisted of thirty-three non-commissioned officers and privates of the 48th regiment, under orders of Brevet-Major Wheatstone of the 53rd regt, whose wife and family accompanied him.
Convict Ships bringing other detachments of the 48th regt., included:
Pilot under orders of Lieut Franklin of the 69th regt., Caledonia under orders of Brevet-Major Wheatstone of te 53rd regt., Dorothy under orders of Lieut. Holdsworth of the 82nd regt., Larkins under orders of Captain John Brabyn of the Royal Veterans Lady Castlereagh under orders of Lieut. Brotheridge of the 48th Agamemnon under orders of Lieut. Keays of 47th regt., Guildford under orders of Lieut. Vincent of the 48th regt., Isabella under orders of Lieut. Reeve Prince Regent under orders of Cornet M.C. Chambers of the 21st light dragoons Baring under orders of Captain Charles Coates of the 89th regt., Hebe under orders of Lieut. Campbell of 59th regt., Neptune under orders of Lieut. Rice Hadlow under orders of Captain McDougall Mangles under orders of Lieut. Matthews of the 59th regt.
The Caledonia arrived in Hobart on 17 November 1820 with 150 male prisoners all in a healthy state, except four who were sent to the General Hospital.
After disembarking the convicts, the Caledonia proceeded to Sydney, anchoring there late on the night of 16th December 1820.
The Caledonia returned to Van Diemen's Land with prisoners in 1822.
Notes and Links
1). This was Captain Carnes' second voyage with prisoners, having brought 170 male prisoners two years previously on the Neptune.