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Humble and Hurry

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Shipbuilders, Liverpool

1835 Advert 'Positively without any reserve whatever, At LLOYD'S COFFEEHOUSE, CORNHILL, On TUESDAY, June 30, At Half-past Two, (By order the Directors),
The good Steam-vessel HARRIET, 62 31-91 tons steam admeasurement, and 148 tons builders' measurement; built by Messrs. Humble and Hurry, Liverpool, in 1826; copper-fastened, has a neat bust-head, propelled by an engine of forty-horse power; she has a raised quarter-deck, and her accommodations are very commodious, and neatly fitted and furnished, and her inventory of marine stores is ample in every detail. Now lying off the Fountain-stairs, Bermondsey.
For inventories and fuerther particulars apply to WM. WOOLCOMBE, 1, Freeman's-court, Cornhill.' [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - Friday 26 June 1835