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|Nationality||United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland|
|Operator||East India Company|
|Shipyard||Temple's Yard - South Shields||EICS|
|Constructor||Simon Temple (1728-1805)||EICS|
|Ship Type||East Indiaman||EICS|
|Sailing Rig||Ship Rigged||EICS|
Built by Temple at South Shields, measured 1802, 2 decks, length 122ft 2in, keel 98ft 4in, breadth 32ft, hold 14ft 11in, wing transom 17ft, port cell 25ft 8in, waist 10in, between decks 6ft 10in, roundhouse 6ft 4in, ports 6 middle, 60 crew, 558 tons.
Principal Managing Owner: Moses Agar.
(1) 1801/2 Madras. Capt John Rogers. Downs 20 May 1802 - 25 Sep Madras - 3 Jan 1803 St Helena - 31 Mar Deptford.
(2) 1802/3 Ceylon, Madras and Bengal. Portsmouth 28 Aug 1803 - captured by the French near Mauritius 9 Jan 1804.