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|Built by:||Money Wigram & Son's, at Blackwall.|
|Launched:||8th July 1876|
|Tonnage:||2,304 grt - 1,662 nrt|
|Length:||286 . 4 feet|
|Breadth:||29 . 2 feet|
|Depth:||26 . 4 feet.|
|Machinery:||Humphreys, Tennent & Co. London. Compound 2 cy 36" x 80" x 48". 300 ihp. 1500 indicated.|
|Type:||Barque rig auxiliary screw.|
|Built for:||Money Wigram & Son's - Owned by Robert Wigram.|
|Other info:||Passengers 346|
|History:||25th October 1876. Sailed from Plymouth, Captain G.Fairless Gibbs, for Mebourne, with 346 first, second, and third class passengers, mails, and a full general cargo. Thirty-six of the passengers embarked at Plymouth.|
31st October 1876. Sighted Madeira.
9th November 1876. Crossed the equator.
17th December 1876. Arrived at Melbourne.
17th January 1877. Sailed from Melbourne for London.
5th March 1877. Arrived at St.Vincent for a supply of coals, bound for London.
18th May 1877. Sailed from Plymouth, Captain G.Fairless Gibbs, for Melbourne. She has 314 passengers on board, 45 embarked at Plymouth.
7th July 1877. Arrived at Melbourne after a voyage of 49 days.
8th August 1877. Sailed from Melbourne for London.
17th November 1877. Sailed from Plymouth, Captain G. Fairless Gibbs, for Melbourne. She had on board about 250 passengers. On her homeward voyage she will go via the Suez Canal.
3rd January 1878. Arrived at Melbourne after a voyage of 45 days.
9th March 1878. Sailed from Port Said for London.
16th May 1878. Passed Dover from London for Plymouth.
17th May 1878. Arrived at Plymouth from London, Captain G. Fairless Gibbs, for Melbourne to embark a number of passengers, but was unable to proceed on her voyage due to dense fog.
18th May 1878. Sailed from Plymouth for Melbourne with 240 passengers. She was supplied with coals by Mr. J. S. James.
8th July 1878. Arrived at Melbourne.
2nd September 1878. Arrived at Aden from Melbourne for London.
8th November 1878. Sailed from Plymouth, from London, Captain G. Fairless Gibbs, for Melbourne. She has onboard over 300 passengers, 64 of whom embarked at Plymouth.
17th November 1878. Arrived at St.Vincent bound for Melbourne.
29th December 1878. Arrived at Melbourne.
10th May 1879. Sailed from London, Captain H.Farquhar Holt, for Melbourne.
12th May 1879. Arrived and sailed from Plymouth.She embarked 9 cabin and 53 second and third class passengers. She takes in all 310 passengers. She was coaled by Messrs. Thomas Jones Stevens & Sons.
26th May 1879. Crossed the Equator.
7th June 1879. Passed the Cape of Good Hope.
1st July 1879. Arrived at Melbourne.
26th July 1879. Sailed from Melbourne for London.
21st August 1879. Arrived at Aden.
28th August 1879. Entered the Suez Canal, bound for London.
30th August 1879. Left Port Said in the afternoon for London.
13th September 1879. Arrived at London.
17th November 1879. Sailed From London, Captain R.Ridgers, for Melbourne and Sydney. 18th November 1879. Passed Dover from London for Melbourne.
19th November 1879. Sailed from Plymouth, Captain R.Ridgers, for Melbourne and Sydney. She embarked a large number of passengers and a ship’s mail.
29th December 1879. Arrived at Melbourne.
6th February 1880. Sailed from Sydney for Melbourne.
14th February 1880. Sailed from Melbourne for London via the Suez Canal, with a full cargo and a large number of passengers in all classes.
20th March 1880. Arrived at the Suez Canal from Melbourne and Sydney for London.
6th April 1880. Arrived at Plymouth.
June 1880. Reg closed. Sold to Marquis de Campo, Cadiz, for £42,000. Renamed 'Barcelona'.
1888. Owned by Verrier et Monjardin, Marseille, as the 'Martin Saenze'.
July 1896. Destroyed by fire off Africa, as the ‘Ocean’ (French?)
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