Clipper ship built of wood in 1845 at the shipyard of Smith & Dimon, New York, for Howland & Aspinwall, New York.
Dimensions: 159'×31'10"×x18'4" and 757 tons old measurement.
She was built to a new model at the initiative of the American naval architect J.W. Griffits who is said to have based his design on the owner's previous ship the Ann McKim.
- 1845 January 22
- Launched at the shipyard of Smith & Dimon, New York.
- 1845 February 1 -- May 14
- Sailed from New York to Hong Kong in 102 days under Captain John Land.
- 1845 June 1 -- September 17
- Sailed Whampoa -- New York in 108 days.
- 1845 October 1 -- January 8
- Sailed from New York to Hong Kong in 89 days.
- 1846 January 24 -- April 18
- Sailed Whampoa -- New York in 84 days.
- 1846 December -- March
- Sailed Whampoa -- New York.
- 1847 February
- Arrived in New York from Whampoa after 88 days.
- Captain Land was succeded by Captain Hayes.
- 1848 March 17
- Sailed from New York bound for Valparaiso and China but was never heard of again.
Updated 1996-12-02 by Lars Bruzelius.
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