An iron barque built in 1864 by T. Royden & Sons, Liverpool, as yard no. 76. Dimensions: 160'0"×28'0"×17'9" and tonnage: 588 GRT, 588 NRT and 573 tons under deck.
1864 January
Launched at the shipyard of T. Royden & Sons, Liverpool, for Ismay & Co., Liverpool. Assigned the official British Reg. No. 48833 and signal VWKL.
Sold to W. Gellatly, Dundee.
Sold to Swansea Merchant Shipowners' Co. Ltd., Swansea.
Captain George.
1894 December 19
Sold to Rederi A/S Venner (N.J. Outzen), Sønderho, Norway, and was renamed Venner.
1899 October 1
Sailed from Kansø with a cargo of pitprops for Cardiff under Captain Thomas Thygesen.
1899 October 13
Wrecked at Elgö Gavel after having lost the rudder at a grounding.
1899 November 10
The wreck was sold at auction to John E. Olson, Gothenburg, for SEK 8250. After repairs at Lindholmen, the ship was renamed Trientalis. Assigned the official Swedish Reg. No. 3746 and signal JLRH. The new measurements were 604 GRT, 544 NRT and 900 DWT.
1900 November 5
Sailed from Gothenburg with a cargo of timber for Capetown under command of Captain K.J. Hermansson.
1908 August 7
Sailed from Aruba with a cargo of phosphate for Londonderry.
1908 September 25
Stranded at Ballyquinton Point, County Down, and was wrecked.


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