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Built by:Wells, Perry's & Green at Blackwall.
Yard No.105
Launched:4th January 1798
Tonnage:826 25/94
Length:118' 11"
Breadth:36' 2"
Depth:14' 10"
Built of:
Built for:John Atkins.
Other info:Cost £17 per ton.
Robert Wigram paid The Duchess of Admiral Wells her£376 extra.£376 extra.1/16 share in the vessel.
30 guns. 102 men.
History:24th March 1798. Sailed to Madras. Captain Peter Sampson.
17th July 1799. Arrived back at her moorings.
31st March 1801. Sailed to the Coromandel Coast and Bengal.
10th December 1801. Sailed from Bengal.
15th July 1803. Arrived back at her moorings.
8th May 1804. Sailed to St. Helena and Bengal. Captain George Richardson.
12th September 1805. Arrived back at her moorings.
19th January 1806. Due to sail to Gravesend and stay there for 30 days then proceed to the Downs, for St. Helena and Bengal.
10th June 1806. Sailed to St. Helena and Bengal.
13th April 1808. Arrived back at her moorings.
28th April 1809. Sailed for Bombay.
8th July 1810. Arrived back at her moorings.
30th May 1811. Sailed from London for Ceylon and Bengal.
21st June 1812. Docked at Bengal.
16th May 1813. Arrived in London.
1813. Sold for use as a storeship and troopship, and eventually hulked.
1815. Robert Wigram paid £191·11·1 to the Duchess of Admiral Wells for her 1/16 share.
6th October 1817. Three men found guilty of stealing cables from the ship and may be transported.
1826. Finally broken up.

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