A full-rigged packet ship built in 1848 by Donald McKay, East Boston.
Dimensions 150'×33'×20' and tonnage 704 tons.
- 1848 January 3
- Launched at the shipyard of Donald McKay, East Boston, for Enoch Train's White Diamond line of Bosto-Liverpool packet ships.
- 1848 January 5
- Sailed on her maiden voyage from Boston to Liverpool under command of Captain Albert H. Brown.
- Captain Brown left the ship to take command of Train & Co.'s new ship Parliament built by Donald McKay.
- 1850 November 7
- The main top-mast was carried away in a sudden shift of wind and six men, which had been furling the topgallantsail, were drowned.
- Sold to British owners and was renamed Arrogant
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