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Caduceus was a convict ship that transported a single convict from Bombay, India to Fremantle, Western Australia in 1858. It arrived in Fremantle on 5 February 1858. The convict, Patrick Devlin, was a 31-year-old soldier who had been convicted of a breach of articles of war by court-martial in Hyderabad State in December 1855, and sentenced to 14 years transportation. In addition to Devlin, there were three other passengers on board.
- "Western Australian Convicts - Caducius [sic] 1858". Retrieved 17 February 2006.