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171912 - - Queen Victoria 1841 27 July 1841 Port Jackson SH
The Queen Victoria from Plymouth brings 275 emigrants to this Colony, consisting principally of English labourers. She lost one adult and six infants during the voyage, the remainder having arrived in very good health. The Queen Victoria experienced very rough weather a few days since when off Jervis Bay, she got to lee ward, and being very light gradually approached the land, and latterly was obliged to drop both anchors; shortly afterwards fortunatley the wind got more round in her favour when it was found necessary to cut away the cable and make the best of her way to Sydney. There is little doubt that if the wind had not chopped round she must have been wrecked, as she was only about a cables length from the rocks.

171913 - - Queen Victoria 1841 27 July 1841 Port Jackson Australasian Chronicle
Had little or no sickness on board. First emigrant ship consigned to the firm of Campbell, Bell & Co

171914 - - Queen Victoria 1841 28 July 1841 Port Jackson Sydney Monitor
Departed Plymouth 2 April with 275 emigrants. Conner, master.Passengers Mr. Stone, surgeon and Mr. Bell. Agents Campbell Bell and Co. The emigrants chiefly consist of English labourers.

104365 Isaacs Elizabeth Queen Victoria 1841 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
Born 1826 London. Spouse Samuel Walters. For information about descendants see Pioneer Register Entry No. 1557

172210 Patrick Eliza Queen Victoria 1841 26 July 1841 - State Records Online Shipping List
Eliza Patrick, 27, house servant from Hansworth. Emigrant on the Queen Victoria in 1841..

164221 Patrick (Coster) Eliza Queen Victoria 1841 5 February 1846 Maitland Application to Marry
John Coster aged 43 arrived per Mary Ann, application to marry Eliza Patrick aged 32, arrived free per Queen Victoria