Same ship as convict transport
1826: Voyage for the British East India Co. By 1853: F.W.Green, reg. London.
John Mitchel (Irish convict exile) - Jail Journal, commenced on board the "Shearwater" steamer, in Dublin Bay, continued at Spike Island - on board the "Scourge" war steamer - on board the Dromedary hulk, Bermuda - on board the Neptune convict ship - at Pernambuco - at the Cape of Good Hope (during the anti-convict rebellion) - At Van Diemen's Land - at Sydney - at Tahiti - at San Francisco - at Greytown - and concluding at No 3 pier North River New York (Glasgow 1876, Dublin 1913). First published in the New York paper, The Citizen, 14 January to 19 August 1854; and quoted in Patsy Adam-Smith - Heart of Exile (Melbourne 1986)