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The steam auxiliary Indiaman 'Earl of Hardwick' under way
The East Indiaman 'Earl of Hardwick' was built in London in 1838 by Richard Green for the family's Blackwall line. She was of 852 tons (though later classed as 961). Although there is no indication of it in Lloyd's Register, she and her sister ship, the 'Vernon' were built as steam-assisted vessels with 30 h.p. paddles as shown.
possibly G. W. Butland
- Image reference: BHC3302
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Green Blackwall Collection