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Built by:Money Wigram & Son's, at the Northam Yard.
Yard No.
Launched:13th December 1851
Breadth:25 9/10
Depth:19 1/10
Decks:Two with three masts
Built of:Wood
Registered:7th January 1852 No. 9 London. Cert granted 26th December 1851.
Swansea 29th July 1847
Off Number:
Built for:Money Wigram & Son's. (Money, Charles & Clifford 32/64 shares, Henry Loftus 16/64 shares, and John Bohun Martin, of Canonberry Park, Islington, 16/64 shares.
Other info:Built for the East India trade.
Crew 30 men.
History:18th December 1852. Sailed from the Downs for New Zealand.
First ship to enter the newly constructed inner dock in Southampton.
27th July 1853. Sailed from New Zealand. Captain E. A. Reynall.
27th September 1853. Arrived at Madras.
9th December 1853. Sailed from London for Canterbury. Captain Reynall.
6th May 1853 Arrived at Lyttelton, New Zealand.
6th August 1856. Arrived in Melbourne with S. Childs in saloon and thirteen Chinese in the steerage.
1878 Sold.

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