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Built by:Randall's.
Yard No.
Launched:25th November 1802
Tonnage:552 62/94
Length:100' 5"
Breadth:32' 2"
Depth:15' 11"
Built of:
Built for:James Williams.
Other info:Armament 18 guns. 50 men.
History:7th February 1803. Sailed from the Downs for St.Helena, Bengal and Bencoolen, Captain John Dobree.
14th August 1804. Arrived back in London.
25th April 1805. Sailed for Madeira, Coromandel Coast and Bengal.
22nd July 1806. Arrived back in London.
3rd September 1806. James Ross was sworn in as commander.
4th January 1807. Sailed from London, Captain John Christopher Lochner, for Bombay.
5th January 1808. Arrived back in London.
10th June 1808. Sailed from London, Captain James Ross, for Bombay.
11th September 1809. Arrived back in London.
1810. Robert Wigram held 1/16 share to June 1818.
11th May 1810. Sailed from London for Madeira and Bombay.
23rd January 1812. Arrived in London.
4th June 1812. Sailed from London for Madeira and Bengal.
21st May 1814. Arrived in London.
22nd May 1815. Sailed from London foe Madeira and Bombay.
16th August 1816. Arrived in London.
16th May 1817. Sailed from London for Bombay.
16th June 1818. Arrived in London.
1818. Sold for use as a hulk.

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