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Built by:Pitcher's.
Yard No.
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Built for:Earl Filtzwilliam.
Other info:Armament. 38 guns.
130 men.
History:25th February 1802. Owned by William Fraser . Sailed from London for the Coast and China.
27th April 1803. Arrived back in London.
9th June 1804. Sailed from London for China.
12th September 1805. Arrived back in London.
21st November 1805. Due to sail to Gravesend, stay for 30 days then proceed to the Downs, Captain James Tweedale, for St. Henlena, Bencoolen and China.
4th March 1806. Sailed from London for St.Helena, Bencoolen and China.
2nd January 1807. Arrived back in London.
24th February 1809. Sailed from London for Madras and China.
29th July 1810. Passed Portsmouth for London.
1st August 1810. Arrived back in London.
Robert Wigram held a 1/16 share from 1810 to 1825.
24th September 1815. Sailed from the River Plate.
10th December 1825. Sailed from London for Madras and Bengal.
11th March 1826. Sailed from the Cape of Good Hope.
13th March 1826. Struck Whale Rock. Ship lost but all saved with the cargo. Captain Best was the sole owner of the vessel.

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