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'EDINBURGH'

Built by:Wigram's & Green at Blackwall.
Yard No.198
Launched:9th November 1825
Tonnage:1,325 91/94
Length:133' 5"
Breadth:43' 3"
Depth:17' 2"
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Built for:East India Co. Ship's husband, Fairlie Bonbanks & Co.
Other info:Bluff-bowed, broad-bellied, stern-galleried, carved and embellished ship.
History:1825 to 1831. Chartered by the East India Co. for 4 voyages.
11th January 1826. Sailed from London, Captain H. B. Sax, for Bombay and China.
27th February 1827. Arrived in London.
8th February 1828. Sailed from London for Bombay and China.
2nd April 1829. Arrived in London.
3rd March 1830. To be ready for sea.
24th March 1830. To sail for Gravesend and stay there for 21 days.
1st March 1830. Sailed from the Downs, Captain Henry Bax, for Bombay and China.
9th April 1831. Arrived in London.
25th April 1832. Sailed from London for China.
16th May 1833. Arrived in London.
2nd July 1834. Sold to James Gardner for 7,500.
1839. Sold to Tomlin & Co., London.
1844. Broken up.


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