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Built by:Money Wigram & Son's, Northam Yard.
Yard No.
Launched:1850 (August?)
Tonnage:215 3/10
Length:92 9/10
Breadth:22 5/10
Depth:15 7/10
Decks:Two with three masts.
Built of:Wood
Type:Barque rig
Registered:24th October 1850 No 324 in London. Cert granted 24th August 1850.
Off Number:
Built for:The Southern Whale Fishery Company.
Other info:Crew 20 men.
Man's bust figure head.
History:November 1850. Sailed from England with wives and children of four men in the Company’s service at the islands, who had expressly sent for them.
March 1851. Expected to arrive at the islands (N.Z.) from England.
31st October 1850. Sailed from the Downs for the South Seas.
13th November 1851. Sailed with Robert George Barton as commander.
18th May 1854. Reg transferred to Bristol.

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