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Built by:Wigram's & Green at Blackwall.
Yard No.174
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History:2nd January 1820. Came down the river and passed Deal for Gibraltar???
10th November 1820. The brig ‘Rover’ unshipped her rudder???
19th November 1820. A gale of wind came on the 19th from the S.W. and lasted three days; 45 vessels, more or less, were destroyed and injured, fifty-six lives lost, the whole coast covered with wrecks; several English ships lost, amongst them the ship ‘Hercules’, brigs ‘Trafalgar’, ‘Argo’, ‘Rover’, ‘Achilles’, ‘Ann’, ‘Dispatch’ – a most distressing and ruinous sight! The River Plate rose fourteen feet higher than usual, the Mole washed away, several houses washed away, and the land for miles inundated???
15th December 1821. Arrived at Falmouth, outward bound, Captain Taylor, for Genoa???
15th December 1821. Arrived at Falmouth, outward bound, Captain Pay, for Naples???

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