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A guide to the Templar (built 1858; ship, 3m) logbook, 1862-1864
HDC0058 (SAFR 14268)  
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Description
TEMPLAR (built 1858; ship, 3m) logbook (SAFR 14268, HDC 58) consists of one logbook and a photocopy of the logbook recording the voyages of the TEMPLAR. The first voyage departs from Calcutta on January 26 and arrives in Liverpool on October 24, 1862 via Brooklyn, NY. The master of this voyage was James P. Martin. The master of the second voyage was Capt. G. Oscar Lane and the trip began in Liverpool in September of1862, stopped in Brooklyn and Sydney, New South Wales, and ended up again in Calcutta on November 17, 1863. The log ends on January 17, 1864 while still in Calcutta.
Background
The TEMPLAR (built 1858; ship, 3m) was a medium clipper ship built in 1858 by J.T. Foster in Medford, MA. It was rated at 947 gross tons, and measured 160' x 32' x 23'. Its original owner was T.B. Wales & Company. The ship was built for the India and Far East trade, operating out of Boston as a home port.
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