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Constantine (Ship 1847)

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The barque Constantine made numerous voyages to the Australian Colonies in the 19th Century.

The 608 ton barque Constantine was built in 1847 at either Brockweir or Bridgewater in England depending on which record you view. From the Passengers in History website you can find a few of her voyages to the Australian Colonies:

From Plymouth on Thursday, March 8, 1855 - arriving at Adelaide on Saturday, June 30, 1855. Captain Mansel Rogers and Mr. William Mateer, surgeon-superintendent.
From London on Saturday, November 9, 1872 - arriving at Port Adelaide on Monday, February 10, 1873. Captain Carl A. Danielson

note other voyages from other sources include:
Ship Constantine Liverpool, England to New York arriving 13 November 1851. Captain R L Bunting [1]
CONSTANTINE arrived 04 02 1854 at Wellington, New Zealand, 608 tons master: Rogers [2]
CONSTANTINE in 1858 from Cork, Ireland to New York [3]


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