Tonnage: 2275 RT
1854 - The passage from the Boston Light to the Rock Light off Liverpool which took 12 days, 6 hours, is still the sailing ship record. 1854 - The premier sailing from Liverpool to Melbourne took 65 days. A 420 miles day's run was achieved during the return passage which in total took 69 1/2 days. 1857 - Made her last Australia passage after which she was chartered by the British Government for carring troops to India. 1857 - April 21st, caught fire during discharging a cargo consisting of jute, linseed and cowhides in the Huskinsson Dock, Liverpool. The remains were abandoned as a total loss and was sold to Mr Robert Pace, Liverpool, a shipowner who rebuilt the damaged hull into a coal barge. 1863 - still mentioned in the Liverpool Register. Her final fate is unknown.
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