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Thanks Ellie.

Some is on line from NSW Records. Some is on film at major libraries all currently closed for use of microfilms. The full set of films at NSW Archives a long journey away also closed.

Some is available on A....
Not sure if this will help any Dave. National archives UK still have free downloading due to the virus and the below record is one on the free items so could be worth a look.

Reference: HO 11/5/159
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Pages 159-170: Transportation register of convicts bound for New South Wales on the convict ship Mangles.
Date: 1824 July 6

http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C9985756
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Thanks gibbo.

I've downloaded three very large files.

It's a list of the convicts in all the ships with an index to the ship at the start.

Name - Where Convicted - When - Term

Mangles 1.JPG
 
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