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Built by:Green, Wigram's & Green, at Blackwall.
Yard No.235
Launched:3rd August 1838
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Built for:Hudson's Bay Co.
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History:6th November 1839. Sailed from London, Commanded by Alexander Duncan.
3rd May 1840. Arrived at the Northwest Coast of America.
29th November 1840 After traveling twice to the Sandwich Islands and to Sitka (to-day called Alaska) sailed from the Northwest Coast of America for London.
3rd June 1841. Arrived in London.
9th September 1841. Sailed from London, Captain Duncan, for the Northwest Coast of America.
3rd April 1842. Arrived at the Northwest Coast of America.
29th November 1843. Sailed from the Northwest Coast of America, Captain William Brotchie, for London.
10th June 1844. Arrived at London.
4th September 1844. Sailed from London, Captain Andrew Cook Mott, for Fort Victoria.
18th February 1845. Arrived at Fort Victoria.
12th December 1846. Sailed for London.
12th July 1847. Arrived in London.
May 1848. Wrecked at the mouth of the Columbia River.

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