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Built by:Wells, Wigram & Green at Blackwall.
Yard No.145
Launched:1st September 1810
Tonnage:604 67/94
Depth:11' 0"
Built of:
Type:Blackwall Frigate.
Built for:C. H. Turner.
Other info:Cost £23 . 0 . 0d per ton = £13,908 + £32 extra.
History:Robert Wigram paid Huddart & Co for his part shares 1810 to 1822.
1811 – 1832. Traded to India privately as a licensed ship.
23rd April 1811. Arrived at Plymouth from Lisbon.
18th June 1817. With Lord Amherst and suit on board, arrived safe at the Cape, and sailed again in company with His Majesty’s ship ‘Conqueror’, for St. Helena.
Chartered by the East India Co. as an extra ship for a voyage in 1831.
12th July 1832. Sailed from London for Madras and Bengal.
2nd May 1833. Arrived in London.
9th October 1833. Wrecked on Grand River Reef, Mauritius, on a private passage from London for Bengal.
28th October 1833. Wreck sold for £2,600 for breaking up.

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