CLYDE

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CLYDE

Years Active: 1853-1856
Vessel Type: Barque
Barque
Nationality: American
Arrived in Stanley on 15th October 1853, in need of repair, with three other vessels also in distress. She was condemned in November 1853.

Main Use:

Cargo

Years Active:

1853-1856

Power:

Sail

Built:

Size:

464 Gross, 397 Net tons

(length, breadth, depth) metres

Design/Build:

U.S.A.
Main Use: Cargo
Power: Sail
Design/Build: U.S.A.
Size: 464 Gross, 397 Net tons
CLYDE, Captain Baldwin, was 40 days out from Callao Peru bound for Boston carrying 650 tons of guano when she arrived in Stanley. She seems to have been sold, possibly to Mr. Dean, being described, in the 1854 & 1857 Falkland Islands Government ‘Blue Book’, as ‘Belonging to the Falkland Islands’, although she appears in the Lloyd’s Register during that period as being owned by Anderson & Co. CLYDE left Stanley on 20 July 1854 for London with a cargo for Mr. Dean. She returned, and continued working for Mr. Dean, finally leaving Stanley on 7th November 1856 for Valparaiso, Chile, never to return.
CLYDE, Captain Baldwin, was 40 days out from Callao Peru bound for Boston carrying 650 tons of guano when she arrived in Stanley. She seems to have been sold, possibly to Mr. Dean, being described, in the 1854 & 1857 Falkland Islands Government ‘Blue Book’, as ‘Belonging to the Falkland Islands’, although she appears in the Lloyd’s Register during that period as being owned by Anderson & Co. CLYDE left Stanley on 20 July 1854 for London with a cargo for Mr. Dean. She returned, and continued working for Mr. Dean, finally leaving Stanley on 7th November 1856 for Valparaiso, Chile, never to return.

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