[The London Gazette: Advertisement for tenders for the transportation of convicts to New South Wales] [17-21 June 1800]

[Editor: An advertisement for tenders for the transportation of convicts to New South Wales. Published in The London Gazette, 17-21 June 1800.]

Transport-Office, June 18, 1800.

The Commissioners for the Transport Service do hereby give Notice, that on Tuesday next the 24th Instant, they propose to receive Tenders for the Conveyance of 300 Convicts to New South Wales. The Ship is not to be under 700 Tons, and the Conditions upon which she will be engaged may be known upon Application at the Office. The Authority of the Owner for letting his Ship must be annexed to each Tender, if offered by an Agent; and no Tender will be received after Twelve o’Clock, nor any noticed unless the Party, or an Agent for him, personally shall attend.

A. Whitehead, Secretary.



Source:
The London Gazette (London, UK), number 15268, 17-21 June 1800 [“From Tuesday June 17, to Saturday June 21, 1800”], page 695

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