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an armourer and blacksmith, arrived on the Sirius and worked in the colony as a master blacksmith. He went back to England in 1792, only to return to Sydney in January 1793 and resume his former employment. He was granted 30 acres at Long Cove on the south side of the harbour and was continually employed until October 1800, when he was discharged from his job for drunkenness and neglect of duty.

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