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|Launched:||6th December 1798|
|Built for:||Sir William Leighton.|
|History:||14th February 1799. Arrived at the River Thames from Liverpool.|
18th June 1799. Sailed for the Coromandel Coast and Bengal, Captain Thomas Welladvice.
28th September 1800. Arrived back at her moorings.
31st March 1801. Sailed for the Coromandel Coast and Bengal. Captain John Altham Cumberledge.
15th July 1802. Arrived back at her moorings.
September 1802. Wigram signs the ship to sail to Bengal in 1803 at The East India Company Offices.
23rd January 1803. To be ready to sail from the East India Docks.
6th February 1803. To sail from Gravesend for the Downs.
14th March 1803. To be in the Downs ready to sail for Bengal.
24th March 1803. Sailed for Bengal. Captain Thomas Welladvice.
8th April 1804. Arrived back at her moorings.
30th January 1805. George Wood sworn in as Commander.
8th March 1805. Sailed for Madras.
22nd July 1806. Arrived back at her moorings.
18th April 1807. Sailed for Bombay.
18th August 1808. Arrived back at her moorings.
1809. Owned by Martin Lindsay.
21st April 1809. Charles Mortlock sworn in as Commander.
7th July 1809. Sailed for Madeira, Madras and Bengal.
18th November 1809. Taken in, Lat 6.30 North. Long 90.30 East by two French frigates and a corvette and taken to Mauritius where she was used as a prison ship.
3rd December 1810. Retaken at Mauritius and placed in the Indian coastal and Far East trades.
1812. Wrecked in the Red Sea.
1814. In the 'Wigram & Green' records, of 1814, Wigram & Green held shares in her.
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