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Arrived In Sydney on the "Lady Nugent" 27 November, 1838

The Sydney Herald (NSW : 1831 - 1842), Wednesday 29 November 1838, page 2
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVAL.

From London, on Tuesday last, whence she sailed the 23rd July, the barque Lady Nugent, 535 tons, Captain Holton, with 240 Government Emigrants, under the superintendence of George Roberts, Surgeon R.N. Captain Holton, agent.

The Sydney Herald (NSW : 1831 - 1842), Wednesday 28 November 1838, page 2
THE undermentioned Immigrants, who arrived in the Government ship. Lady Nugent, from London, under the superin- tendence of G. Roberts, Esq, R.N., will be landed at the Government Buildings, Bent-street, on Friday, the 30th instant; and Persons desirous of engaging their services are requested to apply to the Superintendent, at the Buildings

Agricultural Labourers. 40

Blacksmiths. 2

Butchers. 2 Brickmaker and Burner . 1

Bricklayer. 1 Carpenters. 3 compositors. 8

Coachman. 1 Farm Overseers. 3 Gardeners.. 2

Shepherds . 3

Sawyer . 1

Shoemakers . 5 Sheepshearers. 2

Quarryman. I

SINGLE WOMEN.

Dressmakers . 2 House Servants (all work) . 5 Farm Servants .. 2

J. DENHAM PINNOCK

Immigration Office, November 27, 1838.

The Sydney Monitor, Monday 3 December 1838, page 2
References
  1.   Zeta E Bishkov & Gwyn Brook. The Unicombs from Ewhurst, 59, 1988, Secondary quality.
NEWS OF THE DAY

The emigrants from the Lady Nugent landed on Saturday, and looked in excellent health, and appeared very respectable. They are lodged in tents at the back of the barracks in the Domain. They were hiring themselves very fast. The servant women of the Maitland all engaged the day of their landing.