An extreme/medium clipper ship built in 1850 by Samuel Hall, East Boston.
Dimensions 190'6"×39'10"×22' and tonnage 1392 tons OM and 1119 tons NM.
Her figurehead was of a game cock with an outstreched neck and head.
- 1850 December
- Launched at the shipyard of Samuel Hall, East Boston, for Daniel C. Bacon, Boston.
- 1851 April 3
- Sailed from New York for San Francisco under command of Capt. Lewis G. Hollis. Crossed the line 17 days out from New York.
- 1851 April 24
- Sprung the main mast and had to put into Rio de Janeiro for repairs 38 days out. The best day's distance was 325 miles.
- 1851 July 6 -
- Sailed from Rio de Janeiro to San Francisco in 91 days. (128 days from New York).
- 1851 November 1 - January 17
- Sailed from San Francisco to Bombay in 77 days.
- 1852 November 16 - March 10
- Sailed from New York to San Francisco in 114 days.
- 1853 December 29 - April 23
- Sailed from New York to San Francisco in 115 days under command Captain Osgood. Crossed the line 16 days out from New York.
- 1855 April 1 - August 24
- Sailed from New York to San Francisco in 150 days.
- 1859 June 10
- Sailed from New York to Batavia in 78 days under command of
Captain Clement T. Jayne. The best day's distance was 337 miles.
- 1861 December 8
- Sailed from New York to ...
- 1880 February
- Condemned at the Cape of Good Hope.
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