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|Length:||151 feet 2 inches|
|Breadth:||17 feet 6 inches|
|Depth:||7 feet 8 inches|
|Registered:||1857 in London by The North of Europe Steam Navigation Company.|
|History:||Built for The North of Europe Steam Navigation Company.|
May 1850. At the beginning of May the communication between Kiel and Copenhagen will be facilitated by the addition of this English steamer of 90 horse-power, to the line; the steamer will leave each port twice a week, instead of only once as heretofore.
22nd May 1850. At Copenhagen from Glasgow.
21st June 1856. After received new decks and a general outfit, was launched , on preparatory to receiving new boiler, etc., from the Company’s factory.
10th September 1856. Having received new boilers from the North of Europe Steam Navigation Company’s factory at Lowestoft, and undergone a general refit, steamed out of the harbour for a trial trip; her speed averaged 14 miles per hour, and she appears to answer satisfactorily in every respect.
1858. Registered by J. O. Lever.
1861. Registered by W. & T. Joliffe.
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