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    20 April 1803, 20 April 1803

    Patent, bearing Date the 24th of December, in the Melville m. Forty-third Year of His prefent Majefty, created B?ron of Dunira, in the County of Perth, and Vifcount Mel¬ ville of Melville, in the County of Edinburgh, ?.nd the Heirs Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    engaged. SHIPS NAMES. Herefordshire - - Vansittart - - General Kyd Minerva - Thomas Coutts Duke of York Orwell - Dunira - - Windsor - - Kellie Castle Royal George - Repulse Farquharson - Thames - - Macqueen William Farlie Subscribers-only content

    Report from the Committee upon Distilleries in Scotland, 12 July 1799

    fcrccn them from merited puniihment. Dr. Jeffray lets out upon his vifit to the Weft Highlands by the way of Dunira, in Perthlhire, where he obferved, " the old pot-fafhiuned Still was pulled down and lying at " the door, Subscribers-only content

    Report Respecting The Distilleries in Scotland, &c. &c., 11 July 1799

    fcreen them from merited Pumfhrnent. Dr. Teffray fets out upon his Vifit to the Weft Highlands by die Way of Dunira, in Perthfhire, where he obferved, ** the old Pot fafhioned Still ww pulkd down " and lying at the Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 7 January 1806

    Air. Trotter.; February 1803. TO all and fundry to whom thefe Prefents ihall come: We the Right honourable Henry Baron Dunira Lord Vifcount Melville, fome time Treafurer of His Majefty's Navy, and Alexander Trotter, Efquire, of Dreghorn, Paymafter of His Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 2 January 1817

    Fremantle and the Marquis of Worcester to Bourdeaux, charged with Dispatches --------- To Captain E. Boys, of H. M. S. Dunira; for preparing to convey Brig. General Ainslie from Dominica to England -.- ..-_.__ To Mr. C. H. Reid, of Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 25 November 1823

    Clyde Hadlow - - - - James Sibbald Globe Hannah - Richmond King George the IVtb Nancy - Royal Merchant Dunira - Marquis of Huntley Timandra - Lady Melville - Lady Kemiaway Brailsford Triumph Mary - Guildford - Agamemnon - Subscribers-only content

    First report from the Select Committee on the Affairs of the East India Company. (China trade.), 1830

    SHIPS NAMES. Herefordshire - Vansittart - General Kyd - ]\Iinerva - - Thomas Coutts Duke of York - Orwell - Dunira - Windsor - KelHe Castle - Jtoyal George - Repulse - Farquharsoii - Thames - William I7airiie Sir David Subscribers-only content

    Report from the Select Committee of the House of Lords appointed to inquire into the present state of the affairs of the East India Company, and into the trade between Great Britain, the East Indies a..., 1830

    TIME or DATE when engaged. Herefordshire - Vansittart General Kyd - Minerva Thomas Coutts Duke of York - Orwell - Dunira - Windsor Kellie Castle - Royal George Repulse Farquharson Thames - Macqueen William Farlie - Sir David Scott Berwickshire Subscribers-only content

    Report on the admeasurement of shipping., 1834

    a Vessel, multiply the total register Tonnage by 92*4, which will give the contents in cubic feet, . Example, Ship Dunira. * Length at half midship depth - - .169*4 D.epth ai foremost division 29%C6 - 29*66 Ditto at midship Subscribers-only content

    Report on the admeasurement of shipping., 1834

    Ships, at \thfrom Stem and Stern. The Cornwall, £th from stem, greatest breadth „ „ do. at i height The Dunira ------ j> jj The Fanny ------ Feet. In. " 32 - - 26 1O - 37 - 33 - Subscribers-only content

    Report on the admeasurement of shipping., 1834

    SHIPS NAME. to a 2 Reliance E. I. Company's^ Ship - - -J Dunira - - - E. I. Company's \ Ship - - -J Boddan - - Minerva - - E. I. Company's"! Ship - - -/ Cornwall Clara Subscribers-only content

    Report on the admeasurement of shipping., 1834

    - Hawk - - - Liverpool - - Deben - - - Alert - - - Fanny - - - Dunira - - - Asia - - - Palmyra Alexander - - Java - - - - Diadem Elizabeth - Subscribers-only content

    Report on the admeasurement of shipping., 1834

    water for the whole of the ships, except the two East Indiamen, Dunira and Asia, were procured from the masters of the respective vessels : those for the Dunira and Asia from the pilot's certificate who brought them from Gravesend Subscribers-only content

    Report on the admeasurement of shipping., 1834

    Mr. Hillman considers they maybe sunk with safety as deeply as 23*) ft. on an even keel ; though the Dunira has drawn 23*5 ft. with an outward-bound cargo, which is heavier than a tea cargo, and will therefore stow Subscribers-only content

    Report on the admeasurement of shipping., 1834

    tonnage could be determined, even nearly. For instance, the Triune collier could not be compared, as to tonnage, with the Dunira, East- India man, by means of such a rule, the foitiier carrying few men, a small quantity of provisions, Subscribers-only content

    Report on the admeasurement of shipping., 1834

    Alert Java Gem Hawk - Ann Deben - Liverpool Diadem - Columbia Palmira - Dunira - Asia Alexander Elizabeth Nature of CARGO. Coals - Coals - Coals - Coals - Coals - Coals - Oranges Oranges Stone - Barley - Subscribers-only content

    Report on the admeasurement of shipping., 1834

    Sp that we may estimate the proper burthen of Dunira at 1800 tons at least; the rule gives 1666. Asia, East Indiaman. — Proceeding for this ship as for the Dunira, the amount of tonnage weights is at least 1330 Subscribers-only content

    Report on the admeasurement of shipping., 1834

    the result by 79, and the quotient will be the internal capacity in feet. EXAMPLE". In the case of the Dunira, measured by Mr. Cradock, we have, Depth forward - - 29-66 „ middle - -30*66x2 „ aft - - Subscribers-only content

    Report on the admeasurement of shipping., 1834

    discrepancies, and those are not great, are in the schooners, Gem, Hawk and Liverpool. s 11 1 P s. Dunira - Asia Palmira - Alexander Java Eli7,abeth - Diadem - Columbia Triune, brig Gem, schooner - Hawk, — - Liverpool Subscribers-only content

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