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LONDON

Built by:Wigram's, at Blackwall.
Yard No.208
Launched:14th May 1832
Tonnage:611 84/94
Length:133' 2"
Breadth:31' 9"
Depth:21' 6"
Machinery:Sail
Decks:Two with a poop. - 3 masts. - Womans bust figure head.
Built of:Wood
Type:Frigate
Registered:London No 81 23rd Jan 1852. Cert granted 1st Aug 1845 No 286.
Reg transferred to Newcastle 24/1/59.
Off Number:15985
Built for:Money & H. L. Wigram.
Other info:Crew 30 men
History:Built for the conveyance of passengers to and from Calcutta.
4th June 1832. Due to sail, Captain John Wimble, for Madras and Culcatta.
12th July 1836. Due to sail to Calcutta, Captain John Wimble.
5th July 1839. Due to sail for Bombay.
13th August 1840. Sailed from London, Captain Shuttleworth, with 228 passengers for New Zealand.
12th December 1840. Arrived at Wellington.
1846. Restored.
1847. Sold to Teighe & Co. for 5,900. Thomas Dominick James Teighe 32/64, Charles Teighe 8/64, Robert Dyet 8/64, William Dix 8/64, Frederick Leachey 8/64 Shares
1852. Had part of new keel and some repairs done.
1854. Restored.
1856. Had part of new wales and some repairs done.



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