At LLOYD'S CAPTAINS' ROOM, ROYAL EXCHANGE,
On THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1865, at Half-past Two o'Clock
(Unless previously disposed of by private contract),
THE Clipper Ship Stornoway, 595 tons O.M., 527 tons per register;
built at Aberdeen by the celebrated builders, Messrs. Hall, under particular
inspection, in 1850; entirely copper-fastened, and classed thirteen years A 1;
in 1863 she was continued A 1 for four years, and re-sheathed with yellow
metal; has a full poop and top-gallant forecastle, with good heights between
decks, and is very efficiently secured with iron knees and riders. The
Stornoway is favourably known in the China and Australian trades for
her rapid passages and the satisfactory condition in which her cargoes have
been discharged, and is now abundantly found in stores. Now lying in the East
GEO. BAYLEY and WM. RIDLEY,
2, Cowper's-court, Cornhill, E.C.
The Stornoway, having superior cabin accomodation, is admirably
adapted for the trades to Japan, New Zealand, or Cape of Good Hope.
The Shipping and Mercantile Gazette, Wednesday, July 26, 1865.
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