for the Black Ball Line in 1819 by Sidney Wright, New York.
434 tons, she measured 113 x 29.25 feet.
decks, three masts a billet head and a square stern.
New York for Liverpool with a cargo og gold, cotton, beeswax, stores & provisions.
off Cape Clear she was hit by a squall. A freak wave put her on her beam ends
and the mizzen and foremast were broken. Everything on deck including the life-boats
were swept overboard.
before the storm she eventually ended up on the rocks below the cliffs west of
the mate survived.
by Captain John Williams.