Lady Juliana (1777 ship)

Lady Juliana (also known as the Lady Julian),[5] was launched at Whitby in 1777. She transported convicts in 1789 from Britain to Australia.

Robert Dodd: Lady Juliana in tow of the Pallas Frigate. The Sailors Fishing the main Mast which was shatter'd by Lightning.
History
Great Britain
NameLady Juliana
BuilderStephenson & co., Whitby[1][2]
Launched1777,[2] or 1778[3]
FateLast listed in Lloyd's Register in 1829.[4]
General characteristics
Class and typeBarque
Tons burthen379,[3] or 380,[2] or 401, or 500[1] (bm)
Length110 feet
Beam40 feet
Armament20 × 6-pounder guns[1]
NotesThree masts and two decks