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'LADY JANE DUNDAS'
|Built by:||The Executors of William Cleverley at Gravesend.|
|Launched:||13th March 1800|
|Built for:||Sir Robert Wigram.|
|Other info:||At same time the ship was handed over to Money Wigram.|
Robert Wigram held 7/16 shares in 1811.
|History:||8th August 1798. Robert Wigram accepted tender of £19 . 10s per ton.|
27th May 1800. Sailed from Torbay, Hon. Hugh Lindsay, Captain, for Bengal.
14th August 1801. Arrived back in London.
1st March 1802. Sailed from London, Hon. Hugh Lindsay, Captain, for the Coromandel Coast and Bengal.
8th May 1803. Arrived back in London.
20th March 1804. Sailed from London, Hon. Hugh Lindsay, Captain, for the Coromandel Coast and Bengal.
12th September 1805. Arrived back in London.
8th December 1805. Due to sail to Gravesend, stay there for 30 days then proceed to the Downs, Captain Hon. H. Lindsay, foe the Coromandel Coast and Bengal.
4th March 1806. Sailed from the Downs, Hon. Hugh Lindsay, Captain, for the Coromandel Coast and Bengal.
10th September 1807. Arrived back in London.
8th May 1808. Sailed from London, John Eckford, Captain, for Madras and Bengal.
14th March 1809. Parted company from the Main homeward bound East India convoy off Mauritius, in a heavy gale, together with the ‘Bengal’, ‘Calcutta’, and ‘Jane Duchess of Gordon’. None of these ships heard of since.
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