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'LASCELLES'

Built by:John Wells, Rotherhithe.
Yard No.97
Launched:12th October 1779
Tonnage:824
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Machinery:Sail
Decks:Three.
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Built for:Alexander Hamilton.
Other info:Cost 13 per ton.
History:17th November 1779. Thomas Wakefield was sworn in as commander.
12th February 1780. Sailed from London for the Coromandel Coast and China.
20th October 1781. Arrived back in London.
11th March 1783. Sailed from London for the Coromandel Coast and China.
17th July 1784. Arrived back in London.
1st March 1785. Sailed from the Downs for China.
28th April 1786. Arrived back in London.
6th December 1786. Richard A. Farrington was sworn in as commander.
Owned now by Sir Alexander Hamilton.
17th January 1787. Sailed from the Downs for the Coromandel Coast and China.
4th April 1789. Sailed from Plymouth for China.
1st May 1790. Arrived back in London.
6th April 1792. Sailed from London for China.
6th May 1793. Arrived back in London.
1793/4. Sold to Robert Wigram.
14th August 1794. Sailed from Plymouth, Francis Kempt, Captain, for Bengal.
22nd February 1796. Arrived back in London.
11th August 1796. Sailed from London, Francis Kent, Captain, for Bengal.
22nd October 1798. Arrived back in London.
1798. Sold to A. Fleming, London, as a West Indiaman.
1802. Sold to the Admiralty for use as a storeship.
7th January 1807. Register cancelled, demolition veing completed at Plymouth.


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