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Built by:William & John Wells at Blackwall.
Yard No.
Launched:18th July 1795
Tonnage:644 34/94
Length:110' 2"
Breadth:33' 2"
Depth:13' 8"
Built of:
Built for:James Duncan
Other info:Cost 14 . 10s per ton
16 Guns. 60 Men.
History:5th June 1797. Sailed for the Coromandel Coast and Bengal, Captain Thomas Denton.
9th February 1799. Arrived back at her moorings.
28th June 1800. Sailed for Bengal, Captain Charles Rait.
7th November 1801. Arrived back at her moorings.
1802. Sold to Moses Agar.
30th June 1803. Sailed for Bengal.
22nd March 1805. Arrived back at her moorings.
1805. Sold to Thomas Welladvice.
25th April 1806. William Masson accepted tender of 16 per ton.
30th May 1806. George Heming became commander of ship.
9th August 1806. Sailed for Bombay.
2nd November 1807. Arrived back at her moorings.
1808. Sold to Martin Lindsay.
10th June 1808. Sailed for Madras and Bengal.
21st January 1810. Arrived back at her mooring.
9th June 1810. Sailed for Bengal.
1st September 1811. Arrived in London.
Taken up by the Government to transport convicts to Botany Bay.
1814. Wigram & Green held shares.

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