Arthur bowes smyth

Journal by Arthur Bowes Smyth held in the National Library of Australia (MS 4568) concerning hia voyage to Australia in 1787 on the Lady Penrhyn, his stay in 

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Arthur Phillip, and arrived in what was named Sydney Cove in Port Jackson on 26 Activity: Wilson mentions Arthur Bowes Smyth, surgeon and artist from the. Feb 10, 2015 `The Kangaroo' , Arthur Bowes Smyth - drawings from his journal `A Journal of a Voyage from Portsmouth to New South Wales and China in 

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Arthur Phillip, and arrived in what was named Sydney Cove in Port Jackson on 26 Activity: Wilson mentions Arthur Bowes Smyth, surgeon and artist from the. 1788 - Arthur Bowes Smyth (1750-1790), surgeon, was born on 23 August 1750 at Tolleshunt. He served on the Lady Penrhyn. His voyage was recorded in  In March 1787 Arthur Bowes Smyth signed on as a surgeon aboard the Lady Penrhyn, one of the eleven ships making up the First Fleet to New South Wales. In this activity, students use diary entries made by Arthur Bowes Smyth (1750 - 1790), the surgeon aboard the first Fleet ship Lady Penrhyn. Arthur Bowes  First Fleet Surgeon: The voyage of Arthur Bowes Smyth by David Hill (pp. 106-108). Review by: Angela Fielding. https://www.jstor.org/stable/24583108. Arthur Bowes Smyth, The Journal of Arthur Bowes Smyth, Surgeon, Lady Penrhyn, 1787-1789, quoted in David Hill, First Fleet Surgeon: The Voyage of Arthur 

1788 - Arthur Bowes Smyth (1750-1790), surgeon, was born on 23 August 1750 at Tolleshunt. He served on the Lady Penrhyn. His voyage was recorded in 

John Turnpenny Altree was surgeon to the convicts, and Arthur Bowes Smyth was surgeon to the ship. She left Portsmouth on 13 May 1787, carrying 101 female  “Arthur Bowes Smyth (1750-1790), surgeon, was born on 23 August 1750 at Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Essex, England, the seventh child of Thomas Smyth, a surgeon. When Esther Howard (aka Harwood) was transported to Australia as a convict on the Lady Penrhyn (1787), the ships doctor, Arthur Bowes-Smyth, recorded her  May 13, 2015 The journal of surgeon Arthur Bowes Smyth, who travelled onboard the Lady Penrhyn convict ship, reveals much about the First Fleet voyage… “Arthur Bowes Smyth (1750-1790), surgeon, was born on 23 August 1750 at Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Essex, England, the seventh child of Thomas Smyth, a surgeon.

“Arthur Bowes Smyth (1750-1790), surgeon, was born on 23 August 1750 at Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Essex, England, the seventh child of Thomas Smyth, a surgeon.

In a single leather-bound volume of 238 unlined pages of parchment, Surgeon Arthur Bowes Smyth describes his two-and-a-half year journey with the First Fleet  Sydney: Australaian Documents Library, 1979. Quarto, plates, fine copy in dustwrapper. . The book also includes a List of Convicts sent to New South Wales on the First Fleet, in 1787. Arthur Bowes SMYTH'S Journal of a Voyage from Portsmouth to  Arthur Bowes Smyth (1750–1790) was a surgeon on board Lady Penrhyn, the transport that carried female convicts on the First Fleet. Smyth was born on 23  SLNSW album title, Collection 01: Arthur Bowes-Smyth, illustrated journal, 1787-1789. Titled 'A Journal of a Voyage from Portsmouth to New South Wales and  Arthur Bowes Smyth (1750-1790) surgeon on Lady Penrhyn kept a detailed journal of the journey. As Gillen says the lists he prepared "would have been more 

Arthur Phillip, and arrived in what was named Sydney Cove in Port Jackson on 26 Activity: Wilson mentions Arthur Bowes Smyth, surgeon and artist from the. 1788 - Arthur Bowes Smyth (1750-1790), surgeon, was born on 23 August 1750 at Tolleshunt. He served on the Lady Penrhyn. His voyage was recorded in  In March 1787 Arthur Bowes Smyth signed on as a surgeon aboard the Lady Penrhyn, one of the eleven ships making up the First Fleet to New South Wales. In this activity, students use diary entries made by Arthur Bowes Smyth (1750 - 1790), the surgeon aboard the first Fleet ship Lady Penrhyn. Arthur Bowes  First Fleet Surgeon: The voyage of Arthur Bowes Smyth by David Hill (pp. 106-108). Review by: Angela Fielding. https://www.jstor.org/stable/24583108. Arthur Bowes Smyth, The Journal of Arthur Bowes Smyth, Surgeon, Lady Penrhyn, 1787-1789, quoted in David Hill, First Fleet Surgeon: The Voyage of Arthur 

In a single leather-bound volume of 238 unlined pages of parchment, Surgeon Arthur Bowes Smyth describes his two-and-a-half year journey with the First Fleet  Sydney: Australaian Documents Library, 1979. Quarto, plates, fine copy in dustwrapper. . The book also includes a List of Convicts sent to New South Wales on the First Fleet, in 1787. Arthur Bowes SMYTH'S Journal of a Voyage from Portsmouth to  Arthur Bowes Smyth (1750–1790) was a surgeon on board Lady Penrhyn, the transport that carried female convicts on the First Fleet. Smyth was born on 23  SLNSW album title, Collection 01: Arthur Bowes-Smyth, illustrated journal, 1787-1789. Titled 'A Journal of a Voyage from Portsmouth to New South Wales and  Arthur Bowes Smyth (1750-1790) surgeon on Lady Penrhyn kept a detailed journal of the journey. As Gillen says the lists he prepared "would have been more 

Jun 30, 1997 Smyth, Arthur Bowes - Biographical entry - Encyclopedia of Australian Science, Bright Sparcs is a biographical, bibliographical and archival 

Feb 10, 2015 `The Kangaroo' , Arthur Bowes Smyth - drawings from his journal `A Journal of a Voyage from Portsmouth to New South Wales and China in  read a full transcript of Arthur Bowes Smyth's journal on the website of the State Library of New Arthur Bowes Smyth's journal includes a description of the first. May 11, 2015 List of Female Convicts on board Lady Penrhyn, from the journal of Arthur Bowes Smyth, May 1787, National Library of Australia. During the  Jan 26, 2018 But Arthur Bowes Smyth, a surgeon who kept a diary of the trip, was especially struck by the bird-life. “The singing of the various birds among  Dec 9, 2014 Arthur Bowes Smyth - drawings from his journal `A Journal of a Voyage from Portsmouth to New South Wales and China in the Lady Penrhyn