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Built by:J. Scott & Co., at Fort Gloucester, Calcutta.
Yard No.
Launched:2nd September 1814
Tonnage:514 50/94
Length:117' 8"
Breadth:32' 0"
Built of:Teak
Built for:Wigram & Co
Other info:Purchased in 1830 by Money & H. L. Wigram.
History:1814 1824. In private trade to India as a licensed ship.
26th March 1825. Sailed from London, Captain William Wimble, for Madras and Bengal.
28th October 1826. Arrived in London.
20th February 1831. Due to sail from London, Captain Wimble, for Madras and Calcutta.
25th February 1831. Arrived at Deal from the River.
10th October 1831. Due to sail from Calcutta for London.
20th March 1832. Arrived and remained in the Downs from Calcutta.
1st July 1832. Due to sail from Gravesend, Captain Lucas Percival, for Bombay.
6th August 1832. Arrived at Portsmouth for the Cape and Bombay.
25th October 1832. Arrived at the Cape of Good Hope from London.
11th January 1833. Arrived at Bombay from London.
10th February 1833. Sail from Bombay.
21st April 1833. Sailed from the Cape of Good Hope.
7th May 1833. Arrived and sailed from St. Helena for London.
31st July 1833. Due to sail, Captain Lucas Percival, from Gravesend for Bombay.
22nd June 1833. Arrived at Deal from Bombay.
1834. Sold to Campbell & Co.
Sold to Sir George Hodgkinson.
10th May 1845. Sailed from Madras.
24th May 1845. Was presumed lost during a typhoon on her way from Madras to Rangoon with the 25th Regiment of Madras Light Infantry onboard. The 409 officers and men, women and children and crew were presumed drowned.

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