Folios 20-21: case no 29, Henry Webb, aged 30, convict; taken ill at sea; sick or hurt,...

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Folios 20-21: case no 29, Henry Webb, aged 30, convict; taken ill at sea; sick or hurt, vulnus (punctured), he was reported to have been stabbed by a fellow prisoner named Cronin, there was a great flow of blood from a wound inflicted on the fore part of the chest through the thick part of the pectoral muscles; put on sick list 15 March 1852, sent 22 March 1852 to Colonial Hospital at Hobart Town.

Folio 21: A nosological return of cases mentioned in the journal.

Folios 22-24: Surgeon's general remarks,

Folio 24: Copy of daily sick list, (names and details follow):

Folio 24: George Collins, aged 20, convict; sick or hurt, diarrhoea; put on the list 1 January 1852, put off the list 8 January 1852. Folio 24: William Dewhurst, aged 25, convict; sick or hurt, diarrhoea; put on the list 1 January 1852, put off the list 9 January 1852. Folio 24: James Butler, aged 40, convict; sick or hurt, diarrhoea; put on the list 1 January 1852, put off the list 4 January 1852. Folio 24: James Maley, aged 28, convict; sick or hurt, diarrhoea; put on the list 1 January 1852, put off the list 6 January 1852. Folio 24: Richard Holt, aged 20, convict; sick or hurt, catarrh; put on the list 1 January 1852, put off the list 5 January 1852. Folio 24: John Guyatt, aged 26, convict; sick or hurt, catarrh; put on the list 1 January 1852, put off the list 6 January 1852. Folio 24: James Brown, aged 24, convict; sick or hurt, hemoptysis; put on the list 1 January 1852, died 1 January 1852. Folio 24: John Clark, aged 24, convict; sick or hurt, diarrhoea; put on the list 1 January 1852, put off the list 5 January 1852. Folio 24: Thomas Piercey, aged 22, convict; sick or hurt, diarrhoea; put on the list 2 January 1852, put off the list 6 January 1852. Folio 24: Henry Jones, aged 24, convict; sick or hurt, constipatio; put on the list 3 January 1852, put off the list 8 January 1852. Folio 24: William Prior, aged 21, convict; sick or hurt, constipatio; put on the list 11 January 1852, put off the list 15 January 1852. Folio 24: Henry Smith, aged 28, convict; sick or hurt, constipatio; put on the list 12 January 1852, put off the list 17 January 1852. Folio 24: John Brown, aged 22, convict; sick or hurt, diarrhoea; put on the list 14 January 1852, put off the list 20 January 1852. Folio 24: James McNeil, aged 40, convict; sick or hurt, catarrh; put on the list 14 January 1852, put off the list 21 January 1852. Folio 24: Private J Andrew's Child, aged 3 years 6 months, Guard; sick or hurt, tabes messenterica; put on the list 16 January 1852, died 25 March 1852. Folio 24: John Butler, aged 40, convict; sick or hurt, constipatio; put on the list 18 January 1852, put off the list 22 January 1852. Folio 24: John Smith (Boy), aged 17, convict; sick or hurt, catarrh; put on the list 19 January 1852, put off the list 24 January 1852. Folio 24: John Davis, aged 20, convict; sick or hurt, obstipatio; put on the list 21 January 1852, put off the list 26 January 1852. Folio 24: Thomas Furniss, aged 19, convict; sick or hurt, obstipatio; put on the list 21 January 1852, put off the list 27 January 1852. Folio 24: Henry Brooks, aged 21, convict; sick or hurt, diarrhoea; put on the list 27 January 1852, put off the list 2 February 1852. Folio 24: Josiah Jenks, aged 23, convict; sick or hurt, diarrhoea; put on the list 1 February 1852, put off the list 7 February 1852. Folio 24: John McNierney, aged 22, convict; sick or hurt, phlegmone; put on the list 2 February 1852, put off the list 10 February 1852. Folio 24: Private Patrick Noonan's Child, aged 1 year 7 months, Guard's Child; sick or hurt, tabes messenterica; put on the list 2 February 1852, died 13February 1852. Folio 24: James Maley, aged 28, convict; sick or hurt, phlegmone; put on the list 6 February 1852, put off the list 16 February 1852. Folio 24: John Conroy, aged 48, Private of the Guard; sick or hurt, hepatitis (chronic) et hydrocele; put on the list 9 February 1852, put off the list 10 March 1852. Folio 24: Corporal Elliot's Wife, aged 24, Wife of the Guard; sick or hurt, chronic bronchitis; put on the list 12 February 1852, put off the list 27 February 1852. Folio 24: Simon Killarney, aged 19, convict; sick or hurt, pleuritis; put on the list 4 March 1852, sent 22 March to Hospital 1852. Folio 24: Francis Mulvaney, aged 26, convict; sick or hurt, bronchitis (chronic); put on the list 8 March 1852, sent 22 March to Hospital 1852. Folio 24: Henry Webb, aged 30, convict; sick or hurt, vulnus; put on the list 15 March 1852, sent 22 March to Hospital 1852.

Date: 1851-1852
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record

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