24/04/1803 - 09/10/1804 Add to My Archive Modify Page Content Ship Summary Vessel Calcutta Masters Woodriffe, D Journey Origin Portsmouth Depart Date Saturday, April 23, 1803 Destination Portsmouth Arrive Date Monday, October 8, 1804 Ports of Call Rio Cape of Good Hope Port Phillip Journey Notes Letterbook, 1803-4, by A. Humphreys, aboard Calcutta & Ocean to Port Phillip and the Derwent, Tasmania, NL, Canberra, MS8218; Media Upload Media PassengersView Full List Submit Sources Reference Captain's and Master's logs Location Australian Joint Copying Project Public Records Office reels 5734 and 1605 Reference Memo book, 1802-1804 Location Mitchell Library, Sydney C260 and CY Positive 765 Reference Captain Woodriffe family papers, including Calcutta's engagement with the French, 1805 when the Captain was captured. Location National Library of Australia, Canberra MS 967; Mitchell Library, Sydney Mss 613, A3006 Reference Journal, 24.4 until Port Phillip by the Reverend Robert Knopwood Location National Library of Australia, Canberra, MS 26 Reference Published in - The Journal of the Voyage to Port Phillip - Robert Knopwood (Victoria, c1984) Reference Reverend Knopwood's journal April 1803 - December 1804 Location Mitchell Library, Sydney C235 and CY 1271 Reference Journal at Port Phillip, 9.10 - 18.12 Location Historical Records of Australia 3.1 Reference Historical Records of Port Phillip: The First annals of the Colony of Victoria - Edited by John J Shillinglaw (Melbourne 1879 and 1972 Reference An Account of a Voyage to establish a colony at Port Phillip in Bass's Strait on the south coast of New South Wales, in HMS Calcutta, in the years 1802, 1803, 1804 - First Lieutenant James Hingston Tuckey (London 1805, Melbourne 1974) Reference Account of a Voyage to establish a settlement in Bass's Strait, in which is added a description of Port Phillip, and an account of the landing at the Derwent in 1804 - edited from the despatches of Lieutenant Governor David Collins by John Currey (Melbourne 1986) Reference Nicholas Pateshall, Lieutenant Royal Navy - A Short Account of a Voyage round the Globe in HMS Calcutta, 1803-1804 (Melbourne 1980) Location Manuscript in Hereford County Records Office, England Reference Narrative of a Voyage to Port Phillip and Van Diemen's Land with Lieutenant Governor Collins, 1803 - 1804 - Adolarius William Henry Humphrey, Mineralogist (Melbourne 1984) Reference Extracts from AWH Humphrey's letters Location British Museum, London 42071, folios 125-145 Reference Brief account of passage home: Sydney 16.3 to Rio to Spithead in: A Voyage round the World in the years 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803 and 1804, in which the author visited the principal islands in the Pacific Ocean and the English settlements of Port Jackson and Norfolk Island - John Turnbull (London 1805, 1813) Reference Log of Logs, Vol 3 Location South Australian Maritime Museum Author Ian Nicholson Reference South Australian Maritime Museum, on authorisation from Catherine/Amy Publisher Michael Kelleher Location SAMM Author Michael Kelleher Comment Lieutenant James Hingston Barbara Walsh (not verified) on Mon, 2020-05-04 16:59 Lieutenant James Hingston Tuckey was captured by the Rochefort Squadron in September 1805.The Rochefort Squadron also captured many other naval ships,and East Indiamen.My 4 times great grandfather,Captain Alexander Foggo,commander of the Belle, packet ship,was also captured.One of Foggo's lady passengers,a Miss Margaret Stewart,married Lieutenant Tuckey 30th April 1806. Captain Foggo was one of 6 witnesses at the Tuckey/ Stewart wedding at Verdun.Captain Woodriffe was also a witness. Captain Foggo , in ship Trimmer, had already been to Australia in December 1800,when he imported 4000 gallons of rum to Port Jackson,much to the annoyance of Lieutenant Gidley King.This was a reinforcement ship carrying supplies for merchant Robert Campbell. References: Historical Records of Australia -Series 1,Volume 3,Governors' Despatches to and from England Edward Fraser-Napolean the Gaoler Thankyou for reading this,Barbara Walsh,a Foggo family researcher in Victoria reply Your Stories Your name * E-mail * Post your story * Submit Leave this field blank Share this Page Share this voyage with your friends and followers online.