An extreme clipper built in 1854 by Tobey & Littlefield, Portsmouth, NH.
Dimension 162'×43'×23' and tonnage 777 tons.
Equipped with Foster's Reefing Apparatus.
- 1854 September 26
- Launched at the shipyard of Tobey & Littlefield, Portsmouth, NH, for J.P. Bartlett, Albert R. Hatch, Hill & Carr, Tobey & Littlefield, Portsmouth; N. Hanson, South Berwick; McLauren F. Pickering, Greenland. Engaged in the trans-Atlantic cotton trade under command of Captain
McL. F. Pickering.
- 1856 February
- Went ashore near Crosby Point, Liverpool. It was possible to
refloat the ship after the cargo had been unloaded into barges. She was then
taken to Prince's Dock for repairs.
- Sold to owners in Salem, MA, for $ 40.000.
- Sold to Captain Carlton.
- 1870 July 18
- Struck a reef in the River Jeganna, Pernambucco, Brazil.
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