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1870, would seem to have been Lloyd's Register ('LR') listed from 1869/70 thru 1887/88.
For service from Sunderland to South America thru 1870/71 & from London to India in 1871/72.
Strachan, which suffered severe damage to her starboard bow, survived the encounter.
It would seem that the intended destination was truly Antonina, at the end of the bay which has Paranagua at its mouth. Bill invites your assistance if you can translate Portuguese! This listing was made possible thanks to Niels Hald-Andersen of Denmark, who advises that the vessel was initially owned by U.
of So Francisco & SW of Rio de Janeiro), while en route from Lisbon, Portugal to Paranagua (Paranagu), with a cargo of salt. Bill Swift notes that an account of the vessel's wreck, written by David Jones, her captain, is held by the Australian National Maritime Museum, but has not get been digitised.
Crew lists for the vessel are on file at Memorial University in Newfoundland, Canada. Y The vessel is Lloyd's Register ('LR') listed from 1869/70 thru 1872/73.
The Report indicates that Oswald, her builder, having failed, had gone to Southampton & that in the course of removal the vessel's original plans had been lost.