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Built by:Wigram's & Green at Blackwall.
Yard No.189
Launched:5th Febuary 1824
Tonnage:471 45/94
Length:121' 8"
Breadth:30' 4"
Depth:9' 3"
Built of:Hardwood
Off. Number:
Built for:Johnston & Meaburn.
Other info:
History:Chartered by the East India Co. as an extra ship for two voyages between 1825 and 1831.
20th April 1824. Due to sail from the City Canal, Commander Robert Lucas, for Madras and Bengal. This vessel has a poop, is extremely lofty between decks and is fitted in very superior style for the accommodation of Passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon.
12th June 1826. Sailed from London. Captain Robert Lucas, for China and Halifax.
16th September 1827. Arrived in London.
1832. Chartered by the Honorable Company for $2500 from her consignees, Whiteman & Co.
8th August 1832. Sailed from London, Captain John Hicks, for Bengal.
21st May 1833. Stranded at Kedgeree, River Hooghly, in a hurricane. Refloated, taken to Calcutta, surveyed, condemned and sold for breaking up.

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