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Built by:Wells at Deptford.
Yard No.
Launched:4th January 1779
Tonnage:774 75/94
Length:110' 11"
Breadth:36' 1"
Depth:15' 0"
Built of:
Built for:John Hodsdon Durand.
Other info:
History:16th June 1779. Sailed from London for the Coromandel Coast and Bengal. Captain Burnet Abercromby.
20th October 1781. Arrived back in London.
11th March 1783. Sailed from London for St. Helena and Bencoolen. Captain Henry Churchill.
21st September 1784. Arrived back in the Downs.
4th March 1786. Sailed from the Downs for the Coromandel Coast and Bengal.
24th June 1788. Arrived back in London.
6th April 1789. Sailed from London for China.
4th June 1790. Arrived back in London.
24th April 1792. Sailed from the Downs for China.
19th June 1793. Arrived back in London.
20th June 1794. Sailed from London for China.
9th December 1795. Arrived back in London.
1797. Sold to Robert Wigram.
24th March 1798. Sailed from London, Captain Thomas Butler, for Bombay and Bengal.
1st August 1799. Arrived back in London.
Her sixth voyage was one of exploration to find alternative passage to China, in which she sailed through the Bass Strait on her way to Macao.
1799. Sold for breaking up.

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