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Built by:Randall at Rotherhithe.
Yard No.
Launched:30th January 1782
Tonnage:799 90/94
Length:116' 7"
Breadth:35' 11"
Depth:14' 9"
Built of:
Type:Fitted out as a 30 gunner.
Built for:William Money
Other info:A 800 ton ship could be able to bring to England 750,000lb of tea.
History:First Commander was Thomas Foxall.
11th September 1782. Sailed from London for Bombay.
24th October 1784. Arrived back in London.
17th December 1785. Sailed from London for the Coromandel Coast and China.
28th August 1787. Arrived back in London.
1788. Owned by Robert Wigram. His first venture in shipowning.
26th February 1789. Sailed from London for Bengal.
16th June 1790. Arrived back in London.
16th February 1792. Sailed from London, Captain Thomas Wakefield, for Bengal.
5th May 1793. Arrived back in London.
2nd May 1794. Sailed from London, Captain Wm. Taylor Money, for the Coromandel Coast and Bengal.
14th June 1795. Passed along the enemy’s line to bring the Dutch Commander to action off St. Helena.
19th October 1795. Arrived back in London.
12th April 1796. Sailed from London, Captain Thomas Graham, for the Coromandel Coast and Bengal.
5th August 1798. Arrived back in London.
14th June 1795. Assisted H.M.S. ‘Sceptre’ in the capture seven Dutch East Indiamen off St. Helena.
1798. Sold as a West Indiaman.
January 1800. Taken by a Spanish 1st Rate, 80, and a frigate, 32, off Cuba, while on passage from London to Jamaica and taken to Havana.
1811. Robert Wigram held 3/16 shares from February 1811 to June 1815.

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