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Built by:John Perry at Blackwall..
Yard No.
Launched:15th November 1796
Tonnage:1,470 60/94
Length:143' 6"
Breadth:43' 9"
Depth:17' 7"
Built of:
Built for:East India Co. Ship's Husband - Henry Boulton.
Other info:Cost £17 . 10 per ton.
Armament 36 guns.
Crew 130 men.
History:18th March 1797. Sailed from London for Bombay and China. Captain Henry Wilson.
22nd October 1798. Arrived back in London.
18th June 1799. Sailed from London for China.
2nd October 1800. Arrived back in London.
19th May 1801. Sailed from London for China.
9th September 1802. Arrived in the Downs making nearly twelve inches of water per hour. She had 18,994 chests of tea of different sorts.
6th May 1803. Sailed from London for China.
15th February 1804. In the China Seas, when the East India Company's homeward bound China fleet, under the Commodore Dance beat off the French squadron, under Admiral Linois, which had come out with the intention of capturing or destroying it at a single blow the whole of the valuable fleet.
14th August 1804. Arrived back in London.
25th April 1805. Sailed from London for China.
3rd September 1806. Passed Portsmouth, homeward bound for London.
7th September 1806. Arrived back in London.
22nd June 1807. Sailed from London for Madras, Ceylon, Bombay and China. Captain William Augustus Montague.
20th January 1808. Lost three anchors in a violent gale at the Cape of Good Hope.
15th May 1808. Sailed from Bombay for China.
10th December 1809. Arrived back in London.
1810 to 1812. Robert Wigram had a 1/16 share.
8th April 1811. Sailed from London, Captain John Collins, for China.
15th May 1812. Arrived in London.
18th March 1813. Sailed from London for China.
10th August 1814. Arrived in London.
1814. Robert Wigram held more shares.
7th April 1815. Sailed from London for China.
24th April 1816. Arrived off Plymouth.
1st May 1816. Arrived in London.
26th July 1816. Sold at Lloyd’s Coffee House for breaking up.

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