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Built by:Money Wigram & Son's, at Blackwall.
Yard No.
Length:140 5/10
Breadth:27 1/10
Depth:18 2/10
Decks:Two with 3 masts.
Built of:Wood
Type:Carvel rig
Registered:19th April 1854. No. 232 in London. Certificate granted 28th March 1854.
Off Number:24948
Built for:William Gregory Smith for Governor and Company of Adventurers of England trading into Hudson's Bay.
Other info:
History:6th June 1854. Sailed from London, Captain David D. Wishart, with miners.
23rd November 1854. Arrived at Esquimalt.
17th January 1855. Sailed for London.
25th May 1855. Arrived at London.
July 1855. Sailed from London for Esquimalt.
June 1856. Arrived in London.
20th August 1856. Sailed from London for Esquimalt.
5th July 1857. Arrived in London.
These trips continued with few breaks until in 1885 she was sent to Moose Factory and broke her keel on a sandbar near Moose Island during a snowstorm.

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