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Forth (1826 ship)

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Name  Forth
Propulsion  Sail
Displacement  397 tons (bm)
Launched  1826

Forth was a 369-ton sailing ship built in 1826 at Leith, Scotland.

On her first convict voyage, under the command of J. Robertson and surgeon J. Cook, she sailed from Cork, Ireland on 3 June 1830, with 120 female convicts. Forth arrived at Port Jackson on 12 October 1830. No convicts died on the voyage. Forth left Port Jackson on 20 February 1831 bound for London with a cargo of merchandise. During her second convict voyage, under the command of Henry Hutton and surgeon Thomas Robertson, she sailed from Cork, Ireland on 21 October 1834, with 196 male convicts. Forth arrived at Port Jackson on 3 February 1835. One male convict died on the voyage. Forth left Port Jackson on 28 February 1835 bound for Manilla in ballast.

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