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Built by:William Smith at Limehouse.
Yard No.120
Launched:11th November 1802
Tonnage:1,344 13/94
Length:133' 3"
Breadth:42' 1"
Depth:17' 0"
Built of:
Built for:East India Co. Robert Wigram as ships Husband.
Other info:36 Guns. 130 men.
History:21st May 1801. Robert Wigram accepted tender of £17 per ton.
26th March 1803. Sailed for the Coromandel Coast and China, Captain Wm. Stanley Clarke.
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 at her moorings.
17th February 1805. Sailed for Bombay and China, Captain Wm. Stanley Clarke.
2nd September 1806. Passed Portsmouth for London.
7th September 1806. Arrived back at her moorings.
22nd June 1807. Sailed for Madras, Ceylon and Bombay, Captain Charles Barnard.
24th April 1808. Sailed from Bombay for the Persian Gulf.
1st March 1809. Sailed with the ‘Surat Castle’ from St. Helena.
19th May 1809. Arrived back at her moorings.
13th December 1809. The Court of Directors at the East India House, when Captain Clark took leave previous to departing for Bombay and China.
1810. Robert Wigram held 3/16 shares.
21st January 1810. Sailed for Bombay and China, Captain Wm. Stanley Clarke.
11th August 1811. Arrived in London.
25th March 1812. Sailed from London, Captain Gharles Barnard, for China.
8th June 1813. Arrived in London.
9th April 1814. Sailed from London for China.
25th June 1815. Arrived in London.
30th January 1816. At Gravesend.
26th February 1816. Sailed from London for Madras and China.
29th August 1817. Arrived in London.
16th March 1819. Register cancelled, demolition being completed.

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