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Indus (Ship) logbook, 1802-1803.

Author: Charles Frederick Waldo; Indus (Ship)
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The logbook of the ship Indus is actually a personal journal detailing a shipping voyage from Boston to Saint Helena, Huangpu Qu (Whampoa), Guangzhou Shi (Canton), and Jakarta, Mar. 1802-May 1803. The logbook is incomplete, ending just short of the Bermudas on the way home. The ship's home port was Boston; the master was Richard Wheatland; the logbook keeper was Charles Waldo. The logbook includes a list of vessels  Read more...
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Named Person: Richard Wheatland; Richard Wheatland
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Frederick Waldo; Indus (Ship)
OCLC Number: 53422526
Description: 1 v.

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The logbook of the ship Indus is actually a personal journal detailing a shipping voyage from Boston to Saint Helena, Huangpu Qu (Whampoa), Guangzhou Shi (Canton), and Jakarta, Mar. 1802-May 1803. The logbook is incomplete, ending just short of the Bermudas on the way home. The ship's home port was Boston; the master was Richard Wheatland; the logbook keeper was Charles Waldo. The logbook includes a list of vessels at Huangpu Qu in 1802; an instance of punishment of one of the merchant mariners on board; equipment and supplies, specifically provisions, aboard ship; notes on seafaring life; and a description of Saint Helena. During its voyage, the Indus spoke the ship Herald out of Boston.

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