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Some references that may refer to the same vessel:
LIDDELL, JAMES (1807-76) a native of Scotland, arrived when nineteen years of age in Sydney as chief officer of a brig. In 1830 he had charge of the brig Admiral Gifford bound on a trading voyage to N.Z. She was one of the first vessels sent on such an expedition from Sydney, and from his kindly disposition he succeeded so well with the natives that he was induced to undertake several other voyages thither in the Hannah. In 1832 he arrived in Launceston as sailing master of the Jolly Rambler, and there first made the acquaintance of the Messrs. Henty, who gave him charge of their schooner Thistle engaged in the trade to Swan River. Whilst prosecuting one of these voyages he put into Portland Bay, and was so much struck with the beauty and fertility of the soil that he recommended the place to his owners as a desirable locality for settlement. After making other voyages to Portland the Thistle was sent on a trading voyage to N.Z. Just prior to starting, news came to hand that Captain McLean and the crew of the John Dunscombe were in the hands of the natives there, and Captain Liddell had orders from the Messrs. Henty to rescue them at all cost. He succeeded in relieving the crew and supplying them with articles for trade. About this time he purchased the schooner Industry, and amongst other ventures she was chartered by J. P. Fawkner to bring stock to Melbourne. In 1838 Captain Liddell was whaling out of Hobart Town, and in one voyage he filled his vessel up in less than six weeks with whales killed between Cape Schank and Wilson's Promontory. Being much impressed with N.Z. he in 1842 settled at Kawhia where he cultivated a tract of land purchased from the natives, with whom he soon established friendly relations, and built himself a small vessel to convey produce to Taranaki, Auckland and other ports. After some time his homestead was destroyed by fire, and that event induced him to break up his N.Z. home and returned to Melbourne, where he eventually joined the Victorian pilot service.
Source: Cyclopædia of Australasia - David Blair - 1881
.......since the passenger list of the Jolly Rambler (a cutter of 58 tons) both at Cape Town and Fremantle shows only Messrs Gresswell and Harris and their respective families........
Source: A Colony Detailed: The First Census of Western Australia, 1832 - Ian Berryman - 1979
The Jolly Rambler was totally wrecked at the Macleay River, NSW, during the week ending 11 December 1836. There was no loss of life, but no part of the vessel was saved.
Source: Australian Shipwrecks: 1622-1850 - Charles Bateson, Jack Kenneth Loney - 1972