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Built by:Green, Wigram's & Green, at Blackwall.
Yard No.219
Launched:16th May 1835
Tonnage:656 34/94
Depth:11' 0"
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History:20th August 1840. Due to sail from Gravesend, Commander E. P. Nisbet, for Portsmouth.
26th August 1840. Due to sail from Portsmouth for Calcutta.
25th August 1841. Due to sail, Commander C. Hyne, for Calcutta.
26th September 1844. Due to sail from Gravesend, Commander J. Furnell, for Calcutta.
10th October 1846. Due to sail from Gravesend, Captain A. A. J. Triscott, for Madras.
29th December 1855. Arrived at Hobart from Melbourne.
10th January 1856. Embarked the 99th Regiment at Hobart Town for England.
14th January 1856. The boatswain on the ship, which has just lrft Hobart was a seaman on board the ‘Victory’, Nelson’s flagship at Trafalgar.
21st January 1856. Spoken to by the ‘Asia’ at lat 30.32 south, longitude 130 degrees east, Hobart to Portsmouth.
7th August 1856 (about). Sold after 12 voyages.
24th September 1856. Arrived at Portsmouth, from London, for Port Phillips.

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