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Prince Albert, 1840
29 May 1840 is ordered to he laid down in HM dockyard Portsmouth
27 Feb 1841, Portsmouth, will be laid down as soon as the slip, now under repair, is ready. The timbers for her are already deposited near the slip.
1842 Laid down as Prince Albert. See: Princess Royal (1853)
These notes apply to a different vessel:
20 Apr 1851 Portsmouth. An order has been received at the Royal Clarence Victualling Yard at this port to manufacture a large quantity of Pemmican, for shipping onboard the Prince Albert, now fitting out for the Arctic regions, for the use of the ships frozen up in the early part of last summer, under Captains Austin and Ommaney. An experienced whaling master is to be sent in charge of the Prince Albert.
30 Aug 1851 River Gambia