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BurdenBuiltShipowner or operator Dimensions
1,101 gross 1854 at Glasgow by Alexander Stephen & Sons Allan Line, Liverpool, England 231.4ft x 32ft 
 Year Departure ArrivalRemarks
 1854  May 16, launched for John Bell, Glasgow as a full rigged sailing shipAtlantic Journey ID 828
 1857  Steam engines installedAtlantic Journey ID 829
 1858  Chartered as a troopship by the East India Company for the Indian MutinyAtlantic Journey ID 830
 1859  Anchor Line service, Glasgow-New YorkAtlantic Journey ID 831
 1860  Anchor Line service, Glasgow-New YorkAtlantic Journey ID 832
 1861  Anchor Line service, Glasgow-New YorkAtlantic Journey ID 833
 1862  Sold to J & A AllanAtlantic Journey ID 834
 1862  Aug. 7, first voyage for the Allan Line, Glasgow-Quebec-Montreal as the John BellAtlantic Journey ID 835
 1863  Renamed Saint PatrickAtlantic Journey ID 836
 1865  Captain Trocks??  from Liverpool Aug. 17 to Quebec Sep. 5  Passenger list: Passenger list 
 1870  Glasgow  May 03  Quebec  May 21 Dublin (Kingstown) - Montreal. Montreal Ocean Steam Ship CompanyTransatlantc ID
 1870  Glasgow  June 14  Quebec  June 30 Dublin (Kingstown) - (Arrival 1870-07-01)Transatlantc ID
 1870  Glasgow  July 26  Quebec  Aug. 10 LiverpoolTransatlantc ID
 1870  Glasgow  Sept. 07  Quebec  Sept. 23 Dublin - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1870  Glasgow  Oct. 19  Quebec  Nov. 10 Transatlantc ID
 1871  Glasgow  May 02  Quebec  May 19 Dublin (Kingstown) - LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1871  Glasgow  June 14  Quebec  June 30 Dublin (Kingstown)Transatlantc ID
 1871  Glasgow  July 25  Quebec  Aug. 10 Dublin (Kingstown) - Londonderry (Moville)Transatlantc ID
 1871  Glasgow  Sept. 05  Quebec  Sept. 20 Transatlantc ID
 1871  Glasgow  Oct. 18  Quebec  Nov. 10 Transatlantc ID
 1872  Glasgow  Apr. 16  Quebec  May 08 Dublin (Kingstown)Transatlantc ID
 1872  Glasgow  July 19  Quebec  July 31 Dublin - LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1872  Glasgow  Aug. 28  Quebec  Sept. 12 Dublin (Kingstown)Transatlantc ID
 1872  Glasgow  Oct. 14  Quebec  Oct. 27 DublinTransatlantc ID
 1873  Glasgow  Apr. 16  Quebec  May 04 Transatlantc ID
 1873  Glasgow  May 29  Quebec  June 12 Transatlantc ID
 1873  Glasgow  July 15  Quebec  July 30 Transatlantc ID
 1873  Glasgow  Aug. 26  Quebec  Sept. 11 MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1873  Glasgow  Oct. 09  Quebec  Oct. 26 Transatlantc ID
 1874  Glasgow  May 26  Quebec  June 17 BelfastTransatlantc ID
 1874  Glasgow  July 17  Quebec  Aug. 01 Transatlantc ID
 1874  Glasgow  Sept. 10  Quebec  Sept. 23 Akureyri - Saudárkrókur, IcelandTransatlantc ID
 1875  Reverted to a sailing ship and renamed Diamant, sold to Italian ownersAtlantic Journey ID 837
The information listed above is not the complete record of the ship. The information was collected from a multitude of sources, and new information will be added as it emerges


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