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Built by:Wood & Mills, Bowling.
Yard No.:
Launched:18th February 1835
Tonnage:275 grt
Length:133 feet 9 inches
Breadth:23 feet 11 inches
Depth:12 feet 11 inches
Machinery:150 hp
Built of:Wood.
Registered:Glasgow by The Clyde Steam Navigation Company.
Official No.:18636
Other info:
History:Built for Clyde Steam Navigation Company, Glasgow.
1836. Sold to Dublin & Glasgow Steam Sailing Packet Company.
1844. Sold to The North of Scotland Steam Navigation Co.
1st September 1844. Run aground on Seaton Rocks.
9th September 1844. Refloated and towed to Blyth.
1844. Robert Napier, Glasgow.
1845. Charles O’Neill, Glasgow and J. Coyne, Liverpool.
November 1845. Voyage to West Indies.
1846. Chartered by former Mexican President Santa Anna for his return from exile in Havana.
1848. Registered by C. O’Neil.
1849. Sold to H. E. Murrell, London.
1853. Registered in London by W. S. Andrews.
7th August 1853. Arrived at Lowestoft from Varel with a full cargo of cattle, calves, sheep, butter, etc.
10th September 1853. John Hart, Thos. King, and W. J. Newson were charged with deserting the vessel at Lowestoft.
23rd September 1853. Arrived at Lowestoft, Captain Rivers, and sailed again for Varel.
1854. Registered by W. S. Andrews.
1855. Chartered by British Government as a Crimea troopship.
1860. Registered by The North of Europe Steam Navigation Company.

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