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Built by:Money Wigram & Son's.
Yard No.:
Tonnage:128 61/94
Length:179 8/10 feet
Breadth:19 feet
Depth:8 & 4/10 feet
Machinery:Oscillating of 90 norminal hourse-power, by Millar & Ravenhill. Feathering paddle wheels.
Decks:One deck with one mast.
Built of:Iron.
Type:Paddle-Wheel - Sloop rig.
Registered:16th November 1853 No 583. Cert granted 7th March 1853.
Official No.:9062
Other info:Crew - 8 men.
Had a male bust figure head.
History:1853. Owned by The Gravesend New Steam Packet Company.
April 1856. Registered by W. S. Andrews.
April 1856. To run between Tilbury pier and Margate, Herne Bay and Ramsgate.
1858. Registered by John Ennis.
1863. Registered by James Brown.

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