|Builder:||Built in Sydney, Australia|
|Fate:||Sunk off the coast of New South Wales, 27 August 1808|
|Class and type:||Sloop|
|Tons burthen:||16 tons|
Charlotte was built in Sydney and registered at 16 tons on 19 December 1803. Owned and skippered by Robert Inch and assisted by his hand, George Conway, the ship was five miles North of Port Jackson, heading from the Hawkesbury River with a cargo of grain when it was hit by a squall and sunk after its mainsail jibed. This was observed by the sloop Hope which was travelling a mile south of Charlotte at the time of the sinking. Both Inch and Conway were drowned.
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- "PORT NEWS". The Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser. I, (42). 18 December 1803. p. 4 – via National Library of Australia.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)
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