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Built by:Wigram's & Green at Blackwall.
Yard No.184
Launched:8th July 1822
Tonnage:180 84/94
Built of:
Type:Paddle-Wheel steamer.
Built for:London & Rotterdam Steam Packet Co.
Other info:
History:To sail regularly from off the Custom-House every Saturday morning at eight, and returns from Rotterdam every Wednesday morning with passengers, Carriages, and Luggage. – Fare, including an excellent table, and no fees allowed to be taken by any person on board. – in the Cabins, £4.4s – in the Steerage, £2.15s each person; and Children under ten years of age, Half Price.
1822. Captain Wm. Turnbull.
12th August 1822. Arrived at Newhaven in the morning having on board twenty-five of His Majesty’s household.
15th August 1822. Arrived at London with the yacht of the Marquis of Anglesey on tow.
1823. Captain Nicholas B. Bull.
April 1823. Been fitted with entirely new engines, by Messers. Boulton, Watt, and Co. possessing an additional power of 20 Horses beyond those with which she was navigated last season.

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