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The East Indiaman 'Roxburgh Castle' with the ship 'Sir Edward Paget' off Dover
The 'Sir Edward Paget', seen in stern view on the right beyond a pilot cutter, flies her distinguishing number: the 'Roxburgh Castle's' name is on the red pennant at her main. Dover Castle and the town below can be seen between the ships, with the South Foreland on the right. The 600-ton 'Roxburgh Castle' was built on the Thames in 1825 - presumably by Green - for the Wigrams, and was registered for voyages to India.
William John Huggins
- Image reference: BHC3595
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Green Blackwall Collection