Migrant Ships for South Australia 1836-1866 (Ronald Parsons)

ASIA 523t o.m., 3 mast ship rig, later 3 mast barque, B.1815 Calcutta, 122’ 3” x 30’  10” x 5’ 10”  tween decks, T.Oldfield, London. Arrived 16 July 1839 from London, Capt. Benjamin Freeman (Register 27 July 1839), 120 migrants. Arrived 18 February 1850 from Plymouth 24 October 1849, Capt. Roskell (Register 19 Feb­ruary 1850), On this voyage rescued the crew from the P&O vessel PANDORA when it was sinking in the Bay of Biscay and took them into Madeira. Arrived 1 September, from London, and Southampton 12 May 1851, Capt. Roskell (Register 3 September 1851). This vessel made a number of convict voyages to Australia from 1827. N.B. owners now Hall & Co., London.