The Honourable East India Company's Ship Inglis... leaving St Helena, in July 1830 In Company with H.M. Frigate Ariadne and the H.C.Ships Windsor, Waterloo, Scaleby Castle, General Kidd, Farquharson & Lower Castle

Hand-coloured. The 'Ariadne' shown here will be the the 20-gun vessel of 1816. The ‘Scaleby Castle’ is likely to be the ship of that name launched at Bombay in 1798, which made three voyages for the EIC under charter before being sold to William Moffat and undertaking a further four-voyage contract with the EIC. The EIC purchased then the ship outright in 1816.

Object Details

ID: PAH8462
Collection: Fine art
Type: Print
Display location: Not on display
Creator: Duncan, Edward; Huggins, William John
Places: Unlinked place
Vessels: Ariadne (1816); Inglis 1812 [HEIC] Scaleby Castle (1807) Windsor (1818) Waterloo (1816) Farquharson (1820)
Date made: Jul 1832
Credit: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Measurements: Sheet: 430 x 592 mm; Mount: 607 mm x 836 mm

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