A wooden barque built in 1856 by Greenwell Brothers, South Shields. Dimensions 39,99×9,06×5,80 meters [131'1"×29'7"×19'0"] and 520 tons OM, 489 NRT and ____ tons under deck.

1856 January 8
Launched at the shipyard of Greenwell Brothers, South Shields, for John Anthony Woods, Newcastle. Assigned the official British Reg. No. _____ and signal ____. Employed in the Indian and Eastern trades.
In command of Captain William Robert Pearce.
1864 January 30
Sold to Killick, Martin and Ritchie, London. The ship was still registered at Newcastle.
1866 November 28
Sold to william George Laidley and Thomas Ireland, Sydney.
Sold to Capt. W.R. Williams, Wellington.
1876 June 17
Wrecked in Cook Strait on voyage from Newcastle, NSW, to Wellington with a cargo of coal.


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