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|Built by:||Money Wigram & Son's, at Blackwall.|
|Launched:||17th February 1858, by Mrs. Wigram.|
|Length:||197 . 4|
|Breadth:||33 . 0|
|Depth:||20 . 8|
|Built of:||Teak, oak and elm, was copper-fastened and sheathed with red copper.|
|Built for:||Money Wigram & Son's.|
|Other info:||Crew = 60. Passengers = 180|
|History:||15th November 1858. Arrived in London from Melbourne, Captain Robert Roe, she brings nearly £500,000 in gold, besides a full cargo and several first-class passengers.|
24th September 1859. Left Gravesend for Melbourne.
4th December 1860. Sailed from Melbourne.
20th February 1861. Arrived in the English Channel, with 1,437 bales wool, 14 bales leather, 27 casks black sand, 40 casks sperm oil, 2 bundles whalebone, 2,380 bags South Australian copper ore, 1,557 casks South Australian copper, 3 cases books, 8 cases apparel, 4 packages effects, 1 case drapery, 2 cases samples, and 15 packages containing 13,069 ozs. 13 dwts. of gold. Plus 14 first class passengers, and 103 in the second and third cabins.
27th April 1861. (5 p.m.) Arrived at Plymouth. Captain E. Charlrton.
28th April 1861. Sailed from Plymouth for Melbourne after embarked about 30 chief cabin and a number of second class and intermediate passengers, many of whom were old colonists.
1861. Arrived in Melbourne with seventeen tench and one roach from England. The fish were in good health, in the homes provided for them in the Botanic Gardens.
22nd July 1861. Sailed from Melbourne.
14th October 1861. Arrived at Gravesend.
24th November 1862. Sold to Charles, Clifford and Robert Wigram.
20th January 1866. Sailed from London, Captain Edward Charleton for Melbourne.
21st January 1866. In collision with a brig off Greenhithe.
22nd January 1866. Returned to the East India Dock, London.
20th September 1866. Sailed from London, Captain Edward Charleton, for Melbourne.
28th September 1866. Arrived at Plymouth.
1st October 1866. Sailed from Plymouth for Melbourne.
17th January 1867. Sail from Melbourne for London with 5,625ozs of gold, a full cargo, chiefly wool, and 110 passengers.
10th April 1867. Passed Plymouth for London.
20th May 1867. Sailed from London, Captain H.H.Skinner, for Melbourne.
20th January 1868. Sailed from London, Captain H.H.Skinner, for Melbourne.
28th February 1868. Arrived at Plymouth from London and sailed for Melbourne.
16th June 1868. Sailed from Melbourne for London with passengers Mrs. Gossage, family (6) and servant, Miss Earthy, Mrs. Sidebottom, Mrs. King, Messrs. Blake, Anderson, Bass, William Bladen, E. S. Holthouse, Gilbanks, Thomas, Lees, Wakeley; and 113 in the second and third cabins.
21st December 1868. Sailed from London, Captain H.Herbert Skinner, for Melbourne.
7th May 1869. Sailed from Melbourne for London.
6th June 1869. Rounded Cape Horn.
9th July 1869. Crossed the Equator.
13th August 1869. Passed Plymouth for London from Melbourne with 10,000 ounces of gold, valued at £39,000, and 186 passengers = 54 cabin and 132 steerage.
20th September 1869. Sailed from London, Captain R.Ridgers, for Melbourne.
20th July 1870. Sailed from London, Captain H.Herbert Skinner for Melbourne.
28th February 1871. Passed Plymouth for London from Melbourne, and spoke to No 4 pilot boat – All well.
20th April 1871. Sailed from London, Captain Edwin Daves, for Melbourne.
28th April 1871. Sailed from Plymouth for Melbourne.
20th February 1872. Sailed from London, Captain Edwin Daves, for Melbourne.
6th July 1872. Towed out of Port Phillips Heads, Melbourne, by the steamer ‘Warhawk’, for London with Mr. and Mrs James Stewart, Mrs George Gammon and child, Mrs M. J. L. Ridley, Mrs Edwin Daves, Miss Octavia Waite, Messrs J. T. Lewis, Frederick Sperling, Henry Kellerman, Frederick M. Mills, J. D. Majoribanks, A. W. Rasch, John D. Ridley, Charles Fergie, H. Wakeley, Thomson, Thomas Watson, Master A.N. Stewart; and 62 in the second and third cabins.
25th October 1872. Arrived at Gravesend from Melbourne.
20th November 1872. Sailed from London, Captain Edwin Daves, for Melbourne.
27th October 1873. Sailed from London, Captain Edwin Daves, for Melbourne.
24th January 1875. Sailed from Melbourne for London with Saloon passengers – Mr. and Mrs George Peppin, Rev. R. and Mrs Poynder, Mrs Elizabeth Irwin, Mrs Herbert and servant, Miss Peppin, Miss Kate Peppin, Miss Ellen Peppin, Miss Gertrude Peppin, Mr. George Peppin, Mr. Henry Peppin, Mr. H. P. Godfrey, Master A. Poynder, Master George Poynder, Miss Margaret Poynder, Rev. Edward Moberly, Mr. Leslie A. Nicholsen, Mr. W. Daves, Mrs Edwin Daves and servant, Lieutenant J.D. Fellows, and 27 in third class.
27th June 1875. Sailed from London, Captain Edwin Davis, for Melbourne.
28th June 1875. Sailed from Plymouth with 30 first, 40 second and third- class passengers and a full general cargo. Of the passengers on board twelve embarked at Plymouth, the remainder going on board in London.
7th November 1875. Left Melbourne for London.
17th February 1876. Arrived in London.
26th April 1876. Sailed from London, Captain Edwin Davis, for Melbourne.
18th July 1876. Arrived at Melbourne.
4th March 1877. Arrived at Plymouth from London.
5th March 1877. Sailed from London, Captain Edwin Davis, for Melbourne.
18th December 1877. Sailed from Plymouth, Captain G.C.Stadden, for Melbourne.
20th March 1878. Arrived at Melbourne.
27th September 1878. Arrived at Plymouth from Gravesend. Sailed from Plymouth, Captain G. C. Stadden, for Melbourne and Adelaide.
13th January 1879. Arrived at Melbourne.
1880. Sold to Mr. E.Marshall, Plymouth, to be broken up.
21st October 1880. A representative of the Norwegian firm arrived at Plymouth and the ‘Lincolnshire will be taken into the Great Western Dry-dock to be examined, pour to being taken over.
1880. Sold to Norwegian owners.
1881. Condemned. Used as a coal hulk at Capetown.
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