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Built by:
Yard No.Bombay Dockyard
Launched:25th March 1788
Tonnage:1,149 43/94
Length:127' 0"
Breadth:41' 3"
Depth:15' 3"
Built of:
Built for:John Innes.
Other info:36 Guns. 128 men.
History:1788 – 1806. Traded between India and China, and as a licensed ship to London. Captain Lowrie.
5th October 1804. John Innes accepted tender of £20•15s per ton.
16th January 1807. Alexander Robertson was sworn in as Commander.
11th April 1807. Sailed from the Downs for China.
12th April 1807 Forced back to the Downs by contrary winds.
18th April 1807. Sailed from the Downs, Captain Alexander Robertson, for China.
1st May 1809. Sailed from St. Helena with the ‘Wexford’.
19th May 1809. Arrived back at her moorings.
28th April 1810. Sailed from London for China.
29th September 1811. Arrived in London.
1st March 1812. Sailed from London, Captain John Innes, for Penang and China.
8th June 1813. Arrived in London.
1813. Sir Robert Wigram held shares in the ship.
22nd February 1814. Sailed from London, Captain Alexander Robertson, for Batavia and China.
15th June 1815. Sailed from St. Helena for England.
22nd August 1815. Arrived in London.
1817 – 1825. Traded between India and London as a licensed ship.
20th March 1817. Sailed from St. Helena.
5th October 1819. To be sold be auction at Lloyd's Coffee House.

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