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'ROSE'

Built by:Wells, Wigram & Green at Blackwall.
Yard No.143
Launched:27th November 1810
Tonnage:1024 26/94
Length:120' 3"
Breadth:38' 8"
Depth:15' 0"
Machinery:Sail
Decks:
Built of:
Type:East Indiaman.
Registered:
Built for:East India Co. Ships Husband, James Begbie.
Other info:Cost £26 . 10s . 0d per ton.
History:12th March 1811. Sailed from London, Captain James Sandilands, for Madras and Bengal.
20th May 1812. Arrived in London.
29th January 1813. Sailed from London for Madras and Bengal.
19th May 1814. Arrived in London.
1814. Sir Robert Wigram held shares in the ship.
3rd March 1815. Sailed from London, Captain Thomas Mactaggart, for Madras and Bengal.
5th July 1816. Arrived in London.
14th March 1817. Sailed from London for Madras and Bengal.
25th June 1818. Arrived in London.
Sold to Stuart Donaldson.
3rd April 1819. Sailed from London for Madras and Bengal.
4th May 1820. Arrived in London.
1820. The firm of Wigramís had an interest in the ship.
7th July 1821. Sailed from London for Bengal.
3rd July 1822. Arrived in London.
27th May 1824. Sailed from London, Captain Thomas Marquis, for Madras and Bengal.
18th July 1825. Arrived in London.
9th November 1825. Captain Thomas Marquis was sworn in to sail for Madras and Bengal.
22nd May 1826. Sailed from London for Madras and Bengal.
21st June 1827. Arrived in London.
12th May 1828. Sailed from London for Madras and Bengal.
24th August 1829. Arrived in London.
20th April 1831. Sailed from London for China.
3rd May 1832. Arrived in London.
6th May 1833. Sailed from London for China.
19th May 1834. Arrived in London.
20th May 1834. Captain Marquis appeared in court with a charged of exciting John Milroy to fight a duel.
16th October 1834. Sold to John Milroy for £4,500.
1838. Sold for breaking up.


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