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Author: James Hugh Donohoe
Publisher: J.H. Donohoe (1990)
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Transported Irish Exiles first arrived in Australia on the "Queen" in 1791. An estimate of 57,000 Irish convicts and Exiles eventually arrived in Australia, about 27,000 were patriots fighting for Irish independence.

Publication date 01 Jan 1990. Publication City/Country United States. ISBN13 9780958754590. Categories: Genealogy, Heraldry, Names & Honours. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

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This information is given by . The first Irish convicts sent directly from Ireland arrived on the Queen on September 26th 1791, whichsailed from Cork carrying one hundred and thirty three male convicts. Donohoe (Convicts and Exiles Transported from Ireland 1791-1820, 1992) to be in the embarkation shipping indents for the convict transport Queen (AONSW 4/4003 reel 392?). Anne SLATER was born in Dublin, Ireland c 1758. The first Irish convicts sent directly from Ireland arrived on the Queen on September 26th 1791, whichsailed from Cork carrying one hundred and thirty three male convicts and twenty two female convicts. The youngest was David Fay of Dublin, aged eleven years and the oldest was Patrick Fitzgerald, aged sixty-four.

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Penal transportation to Australia began with the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788 and ended in 1868. Overall, approximately 165,000 convicts were transported to Australia. Esther Abrahams (c. 1767–1846), English wife of George Johnston, transported to New South Wales for theft. Charlotte Badger (c. 1788–1816), English pirate,. 1788–1816), English pirate, transported to New South Wales for theft. Joseph Backler (1813–1895), English artist, transported to New South Wales for forgery.

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O’Donohoe returned to Hobart from his New Norfolk fracas in poor health . The arguments were put, and while MacManus waited at the convict depot, the judges took a week to consider their decision.

O’Donohoe returned to Hobart from his New Norfolk fracas in poor health, caused by alcohol and the damaged ribs suffered during the brawl at Elwin’s Hotel. He was placed under armed guard until fit to appear again before Mr Mason on the more serious charge of being outside his district. If MacManus were discharged, every transported offender from Ireland for whom there was no certificate could also demand discharge! MacManus was brought back by steamer from the Cascades and escorted into court in Hobart in his grey penal uniform.