A clipper ship built in 1854 by William Cramp, Kensington, PA, as Yard No. 66.
Dimensions 157'×35'×21'5" and tonnage 843 tons.
- Launched at the shipyard of William Cramp, Philadelpia, PA, for Isaac Jeanes & Co., Philadelphia. Intended for the Mediterranean service.
- 1855 November 28 - April 11
- Sailed from Philadelphia to San Francisco in 135 days [129 days claimed] under command of Captain Chipman.
- The Issac Jeanes sailed for the George D. Sutton's Clipper Line for San Francisco. The Isaac Jeanes was claimed to be "landing cargo without damage". The master was Captain Boyling.
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