Con 13Assignment lists & associated papers, 1830- 1836Con 14Indents of male convicts, 1827, 1831, 1835.Con 18Description Lists of male convicts, 1828-1853.Con 22Comprehensive registers of convicts—male & female, 1804-1853Con 23Alphabetical registers of male convicts, 1804- 1839. Con 27Appropriation lists of convicts, male & female, 1831, 1834, 1835and 1836Con 31Conduct registers of male convicts arriving in the period of the assignment system, 1803-1843Con 32Supplementary convict registers.Con 40Conduct registers of female convicts arriving in the period of the assignment system, 1803-1843.
Colonial Secretaries Office
CSO 1General correspondence records, 1824-1836. CSO 2Registers of general correspondence, 1824-1836. CSO 3 Indexes to general correspondence records, 1824- 1836.CSO 14CSO 14 Miscellaneous correspondence records, 1842-47.CSO49CSO 49 Returns for the compilation of the annual official, financial and statistical reports known as the ‘Blue Books’, 1826-27, 1833, 1836-38.CSO 50CSO 50 Draft and duplicate copies of returns for the compilation of the annual official, financial and statistical reports known as the ‘Blue Books’, 1826- 27, 1833, 1836-38.CSO 51CSO 51 Returns of the strength of the Police Department, 1830-36
Records of the Lower Courts
LC83/1Records of cases heard and sentences imposed in the Magistrate’s Court, Campbell Town, Van Diemen’s Land, January 1835 to February 1836.LC83/2Records of cases heard and sentences imposed in the Magistrate’s Court, Campbell Town, Van Diemen’s Land, May 1837 to May 1838.
Records of the Court of Requests
POL 47/1Records of cases heard and judgements in the Campbell Town Court of Requests, 1835.
Chief Police Magistrate’s Office
POL 8/60/1Miscellaneous papers. POL 35Miscellaneous papers from the police magistrate’s office, Campbell Town, 1830-40.POL 47/1 Ticket of leave monthly muster returns, Campbell Town police office, September 1835 to July 1837.
HO 10/48General muster list for all male and female convicts who arrived in Van Diemen’s Land, 1804-33. HO 10/ 49General muster list for all male and female convicts who arrived in Van Diemen’s Land, 1804-35.
Other Papers & Manuscripts
NS61/1-3Diary of James Cubbison Sutherland, 1823-29. Correspondence FilesAlphabetical files by name of early settlers for whom manuscript or other materials have been deposited at the Archives of Tasmania, including copies of research undertaken by archives staff in response to written enquiries about individual settlers.
Site Plans & Buildings
PWD 266/1184-1190Campbell Town Series, Campbell Town gaol plans, 1840PWD 266/1192Campbell Town Series, Police watch house plans, 1840 PWD 266/1193-94Campbell Town Series, Church of England plans, 1834.PWD 266/1195Campbell Town Series, Additions to police buildings, c.1840.PWD 290/1080Campbell Town Series, Police Office & Barracks Plan, 1847.PWD 266/1689Ross Series, Officers’ Quarters at Ross, site plan, 1833PWD 266/1690Ross Series, Buildings erected by Ross Bridge Party since arriving, 1833. PWD 266/1691Ross Series, Proposed plans for military buildings at Ross in brick, hospital, stable, barracks, store, visiting magistrate’s office, 1833.PWD 266/1692Ross Series, Proposed plans for brick military officers’ quarters at Ross, 1833.PWD 266/1693Ross Series, Plans for Male Convict Station at Ross for 50 convicts, c.1833.PWD 266/1713Snake Banks Series, Plan of the road station at Snake Banks on ground presented by Capt. William Wood, 1838.PWD 266/1714-17Snake Banks Series, Design for a two room constables’ hut and lock up, c.1838.PWD 266/1718Snake Banks Series, Design for a three room constables’ hut and lock up, c.1864PWD 266/1328Design for a road station at Lovely Banks (Jericho), 1839PWD 266/1342Design for a road station at Norfolk Plains East (Longford), 1839.
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