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|Built by:||Messrs. W. & T. Wilson, of Liverpool.|
|Launched:||22nd May 1837|
|Length:||146 feet 6 inches|
|Breadth:||22 feet 6 inches|
|Depth:||10 feet 3 inches|
|Machinery:||200 hp. Built by Fawcett & Preston.|
|Registered:||28th September 1837 in Carlisle by Carlisle, Annan, & Liverpool Steam Navigation Company.|
|History:||Built for The Carlisle & Liverpool Steam Navigation Company.|
17th November 1837. Took in tow the ‘Mary Sullivan’, after she had struck upon the Kish Bank, into Kingstown harbour.
28th April 1838. Sailed from Liverpool for Carlisle. Captain John Hudson.
9th November 1838. Sailed for Liverpool from Carlisle.
18th May 1844. Sailed from Port Carlisle. Fares to Liverpool are 12s cabin – 5s deck.
20th May 1844. Sailed from Liverpool.
22nd May 1844. Sailed from Port Carlisle.
24th May 1844. Sailed from Liverpool.
25th May 1844. Sailed from Port Carlisle.
27th May 1844. Sailed from Liverpool.
29th May 1844. Sailed from Port Carlisle for Belfast. Fares cabin 10s and Steward’s fee 2s. – Deck 3s.
30th May 1844. Sailed from Belfast for Port Carlisle.
1st June 1844. Sailed from Port Carlisle.
17th September 1851. Registered by W. S. Andrews.
22nd October 1852. Arrived at Lowestoft, Captain Haig, with 188 cattle and 128 sheep.
8th November 1852. Purchased by the North of Europe Steam Navigation Company.
7th August 1853. Arrived at Lowestoft from London after she had been considerably lengthened (187’ 0” x 22’ 8” x 15’ 4”) and enlarged, received new boilers, etc., and been refitted expressly for the cattle trade.
23rd September 1853. Arrived at Lowestoft, Captain Cockburn, and sailed for Tonning.
31st March 1854. Arrived at Lowestoft, and after a few repairs, will proceed on her first voyage this season to Hjerting for cattle.
6th April 1854. Sailed from Lowestoft for Hjerting.
14th April 1854. Arrived at Lowestoft from Hjerting with her first cargo of cattle this season.
25th April 1854. Arrived at Lowestoft from Hjerting with a cargo of 103 oxen, 2 horses, 2 pigs, and sundry goods.
22nd May 1856. Arrived at Lowestoft from Hjerting with 162 beasts, one horse and two pigs.
23rd May 1856. Sailed from Lowestoft for Dunkirk with 110 cows, 43 bulls, 7 calves, 200 sheep, 4 boxes of poultry, and sundry cargo, and 81 passengers, for the Paris Agricultural Exhibition. Captain Geo. Rivers.
24th May 1856. Arrived back at Lowestoft.
13th June 1856. Sailed from Lowestoft for Dunkirk to re-ship a cargo of cattle from the Paris Agricultural Exhibition, for Irongate Wharf, London.,br> 1857. Registered by Sir S. M. Peto & Mr. R. Till.
15th September 1857. Due to arrive at Lowestoft, Captain Rose, with a cargo of live stock.
1858. Registered by Mr. R. Till.
July 1859. Sold to J. O. Lever for £3,250.
1860. Registered by J. O. Lever.
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