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New South Wales was chosen as a suitable place for transportation in 1786. The First Fleet Journal of John Hunter, October 1786-August 1788.

Orders in Council include lists of convicts intended to be transported and indentures include those intended to be transported on specific ships.

The Orders in Council had not been sent out with the First Fleet.

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List of books transferred to the Principal Superintendent of Convicts - this item includes the Alphabetical Indents, 1788-1800 as other records (such as indents and registers of pardons, certificates of freedom and tickets of leave) NRS 1186 [4/6265] 1186_4_6265_000001 ‘Indent’ is short for ‘indenture’. Contractors agreed to transport the convicts to New South Wales. The Archives of the Colonial Secretary’s Department, New South Wales, 1788-1856.

Upon arrival the labour of the convicts was assigned to the Governor for the remainder of their sentences.

Where convicts had already been sentenced to transportation to America or Africa the Orders in Council were required to change their destination to ‘the eastern coast of New South Wales or some one or other of the islands adjacent’. Oldham, Wilfrid, Britain’s Convicts to the Colonies, edited by W.

Transportation of convicts from England to America had been practised until the British colonists there declared their independence in 1776, during the American Revolutionary War. Noah, William, Voyage to Sydney in the ship Hillsborough, 1798-1799 and a description of the colony.

These convicts’ names may have been crossed of the lists. Genealogical Society of Victoria, Index to Convicts who arrived in NSW, 1788-1842 and an index to the ships that transported them [Microfiche]. Gillen, Mollie, The Founders of Australia: A Biographical Dictionary of the First Fleet, with Appendices by Yvonne Browning, Michael Flynn, Mollie Gillen. Hall, Barbara, Of Infamous Character: The Convicts of the , Ireland to Botany Bay, 1799.

The records were first kept by the Governor of the Colony of New South Wales or his Secretary.

Other destinations for transportation were then considered, including places in Africa such as Das Voltas Bay on the South African coast and the island of Lemaine in Gambia. The Founding of Australia: the Argument about Australia’s Origins. Martin, Megan, Settlers and convicts of the , 1793: a biographical dictionary / compiled by Megan Martin for the Bellona Muster Committee, 1793-1993. Neal, David, The Rule of Law in a Penal Colony: Law and Power in Early New South Wales. Needham, Anne, The women of the 1790 : the seventy-eight convicts named on the cover and those who came free / Anne Needham; with Laurel Riddler ...

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