Catalogue description Folio 1: Patrick Millet, aged 22, convict; taken ill at Cove; case number 1; sick or...

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Folio 1: Patrick Millet, aged 22, convict; taken ill at Cove; case number 1; sick or hurt, synochus; put on sick list, 25 December 1829 at Cove, discharged 29 December 1829 well.

Folio 2: William White, aged 35, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 2; sick or hurt, catarrhus, pain of chest with cough; put on sick list 1 January 1830, discharged 6 January 1830 well.

Folio 2: John Cleary, aged 19, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 3; sick or hurt, cynanche tonsillaris, much pain with difficult deglutition; put on sick list, 14 January 1830, discharged 19 January 1830 well.

Folios 2-3: Patrick Tobin, aged 23, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 4; sick or hurt, dysenteria; put on sick list, 19 January 1830, discharged 28 January 1830 well.

Folio 3: W Blaylock, aged 30, corporal 17th Regiment, taken ill at sea; case number 5; sick or hurt, hernia humeralis, fell down the afterhatchway, received severe contusion of right testicle; put on sick list, 20 January 1830, discharged 30 January 1830 to duty.

Folio 4: Edmund Sheehan, aged 19, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 6; sick or hurt, dysenteria biliosa; put on sick list, 20 January 1830, discharged 28 January 1830 well.

Folio 4: Patrick Tobin, aged 17, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 7; sick or hurt, dysenteria, much debilitated loss of appetite pain of side over region of stomach and sense of fullness, disposition to sleep; put on sick list, 22 January 1830, discharged 4 February 1830 well.

Folio 5: Joseph Kelly, aged 30, convict, taken ill off Isle of St. Jago; case number 8; sick or hurt, ulcus scorbutus, his constitution appears to labour under scurvy.Has a phlegmonous swelling situated over the middle and anterior part of the tibia of right leg; put on sick list, 22 January 1830, discharged 30 January 1830 well.

Folios 5-6: David Noonan, aged 24, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 9; sick or hurt, lues venereal; put on sick list 24 February 1830, discharged 20 [March?] 1830 well.

Folios 6-7: Will Commoroy, aged 30, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 10; sick or hurt, pneumonia; put on sick list, 25 January 1830. Sent 1 May 1830 to hospital at New South Wales.

Folio 7: James Walton, aged 22, soldier 17th Regiment; taken ill at sea; case number 11; sick or hurt, synochus, acute pain in the head, general oppression, full hard pulse with hot dry skin; put on sick list, 1 February 1830, discharged 8 February 1830 well.

Folios 7-8: Patrick Corrall, aged 35, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 12; sick or hurt, hemoptysis phthisis,; put on sick list, 4 February 1830, discharged 12 February 1830 well.

Folio 8: Arthur Mulloy, aged 30, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 13; sick or hurt, vulnus, in consequence of falling from the fore rigging and receiving a wound three inches in length dividing the scalp and the left parietal bone; put on sick list 10 February 1830, discharged 21 February 1830 well.

Folio 9: [E?] Fleming, aged 16, boy convict, taken ill at sea; case number 14; sick or hurt, febris intermittent; put on sick list, 12 February 1830, discharged 26 February 1830 well.

Folios 9-10: [Edward?] Russell, aged 39, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 15; sick or hurt, dysenteria; put on sick list, 14 February 1830, discharged 26 February 1830 well.

Folio 10: Patrick Scully, aged 32, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 16; sick or hurt, dysenteria; put on sick list, 12 February 1830, discharged 20 February 1830 well.

Folio 10: Walter Cody, aged 30, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 16; sick or hurt, dysenteria; put on sick list, 13 February 1830, discharged 20 February 1830 well.

Folio 10: T Murphy, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 16; sick or hurt, dysenteria; put on sick list, 12 February 1830, discharged 20 February 1830 well.

Folios 10-11: Corporal W Sharp, corporal 17th Regiment, taken ill at sea; case number 17; sick or hurt, dysenteria; put on sick list, 20 February 1830, discharged 3 March 1830 to duty.

Folios 11-13: Timothy Murphy, aged 32, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 18; sick or hurt, dysenteria, pain of the lower part of abdomen; put on sick list, 23 February 1830, died 14 March 1830 at 4 pm.

Folios 13-14: Daniel Sheehan, aged 60, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 20; sick or hurt, scorbutus, on embarking appeared in good health considering his age, now complains of great weakness, loss of strength, spirits dejected; put on sick list, 24 February 1830, date of discharge unknown.

Folio 14: John McCarthy, aged 29, guard 17th regt., taken ill at sea; case number 21; sick or hurt, pneumonia; put on sick list 3 March 1830, discharged [14?] March 1830 to duty.

Folios 14-15: Edward Hallarhan, aged 20, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 22; sick or hurt, enteritis; put on sick list, 24 February 1830, discharged 27 February 1830 well.

Folio 15: Will Coalton, aged 21, guard 17th Regiment, taken ill at sea; case number 23; sick or hurt, scorbutus; put on sick list, 27 February 1830, discharged 10 March 1830 to duty.

Folio 16: W Larkin, aged 19, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 24; sick or hurt, cynanche tonsillaris; put on sick list, 26 February 1830, discharged 3 March 1830 well.

Folios 16-17: Thomas Pyne, aged 39, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 25; sick or hurt, dysenteria scorbutus, cold shivering, pyrexia, loss of appetite and much debility; put on sick list, 8 March 1830, died 15 March 1830 at 6 pm.

Folio 17: Will Flynne, aged 32, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 26; sick or hurt, colica, excruciating pain with vomiting; put on sick list, 9 March 1830, discharged 12 March 1830 well.

Folio 18: Mary Coglan [Coughlan], wife of George Coughlan guard 17th Regiment, taken ill at sea; case number 27; sick or hurt, scald of the left leg; put on sick list, 14 March 1830, discharged 6 May 1830 well.

Folios 18-19: John McMahon, aged 17, convict, taken ill off St. Paul; case number 28; sick or hurt, ulcus scorbutis; put on sick list 20 March 1830, discharged 30 March 1830 well.

Folio 19: Will Scoth, aged 22, soldier 17th Regiment, taken ill at sea; case number 29; sick or hurt, scorbutus; put on sick list, 26 March 1830, discharged 4 April 1830 to duty.

Folios 19-20: William Hurley, aged 32, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 30; sick or hurt, catarrhus; put on sick list, 1 April 1830, discharged 8 April 1830 well.

Folios 20-21: Patrick Cody, aged 42, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 31; sick or hurt, dysenteria, scorbutic appearance accompanied with dysentery; put on sick list, 10 April 1830, died 24 April 1830.

Folios 21-22: John Coghlin, aged 38, convict, taken ill at sea; case number 32; sick or hurt, cynanche tonsillaris; put on sick list, 20 April 1830, discharged 29 April 1830 well.

Folio 23: numerical abstract of cases mentioned in the journal, nosologically arranged.

Folios 24-25: Surgeon's general remarks.

Date: 1829-1830
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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