Brunswick (1829 ship)
|Builder:||Edward Gibson, Hull|
|Cost:||£4,754 18s 3d|
|Notes:||Hackman conflates this Brunswick with Brunswick.|
|Tons burthen:||387, or 388, or 389 (bm)|
Brunswick entered Lloyd's Register in 1829 with Rosendale, master, changing to A. Parker, E. Gibson, owner, and trade Hull–Calcutta. Brunswick, A. Parker, master, sailed to Madras and Bombay on 21 April 1829. On 2 December 1831 Brunswick,, J. Palmer, master, sailed to Bengal.
Brunswick, Blewett, master, wrecked on 11 October 1832 in the River Hooghly. She was returning to London from Calcutta. She wrecked on Sagar Island, India with the loss of a crew member. She was on a voyage from Bengal, India to London.
Citations and references
- Selection of Reports... (1836), p.460.
- Hackman (2001), p. 257.
- Lloyd's Register (1829), Supple. pages "B", Seq.№B20.
- Register of Shipping (1830), "Licensed ships to India – 1829".
- Lloyd's Register (1833), "Ships trading to India -1831".
- "Ship News". The Times (15115). London. 18 March 1833. col E, p. 1.
- Hackman, Rowan (2001). Ships of the East India Company. Gravesend, Kent: World Ship Society. ISBN 0-905617-96-7.
- Selection of Reports and Papers of the House of Commons: Commerce and manufactures and admeasurement of shipping, (1836), Vol. 22.