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Built by:Thomas Pitcher, Northfleet.
Yard No.
Launched:13th March 1797
Length:144.3 feet
Breadth:43.10 feet
Depth:17 . 5
Built of:
Built for:Alexander Hume.
Other info:Armament 36 guns.
Crew 130 men.
History:5th June 1797. Sailed from London for China, Captain James Horncastle.
22nd October 1798. Arrived back in London.
18th June 1799. Sailed from London for China.
30th September 1800. Arrived back in London.
Owned by Sir Abraham Hume.
31st March 1801. Sailed from London for the Coromandel Coast and China.
14th June 1802. Arrived back in London.
8th February 1803. James Pendergrass was sworn in as commander.
27th April 1803. Sailed from London for China.
15th February 1804. In the China Seas, when the East India Company's homeward bound China fleet, under the Commodore Dance, beat off the French squadron, under Admiral Linois, which had come out with the intention of capturing or destroying it at a single blow the whole of the valuable fleet.
15th August 1804. Arrived back in London.
25th April 1805. Sailed from London for China.
7th September 1806. Arrived back in London.
18th April 1807. Sailed from London for China.
11th September 1808. Arrived back in London.
1810 & 1814 Sir Robert Wigram had a 1/16 share in the ship.
12th March 1811. Sailed from London for Madras and China.
27th July 1812. Arrived in London.
18th March 1813. Sailed from London for China.
9th August 1814. Arrived in London.
1815. Sold for breaking up.

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