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Name: DUKE OF ARGYLL
Type: Sailing Vessel
Launched: 1833
Completed: 1833
Builder: Thomas Smith
Yard: St Peter's Dockyard
Yard Number:
Dimensions: 629tonsb, 132.0 x 32.4 x 6.1ft
Engines: None
Engines by: n/a
Propulsion: Sail, rigged as a Ship
Construction: Wood
Reg Number: 10711
History:
1833 William Smith, Newcastle; registered at London
10/08/1854 G, J & W Morrison, North Shields and J Wilkin & W Atkin, Newcastle
16/11/1855 William Morrison, North Shields and James Wilkin & William Atkin, Newcastle
24/12/1855 James Wilkin & William Atkin, Newcastle
24/01/1856 J Wilkin, JO Scott & M Thompson, Newcastle and J Reay & G Innes Snr, North Shields
04/04/1856 J Wilkin, JO Scott & M Thompson, Newcastle and J Keay & G Innes Snr, North Shields
23/08/1859 John Lott Taylor, Henry Harrison & James Keay, North Shields
08/01/1860 Wrecked
Comments: 23/08/1859: Sold for 3000
08/01/1860: Wrecked on a beach behind the Rock of Gibraltar
On a voyage from Genoa towards the Tyne