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Lady Jocelyn
General Screw Steamship Company

The Lady Jocelyn was built in 1852 for the General Screw Steamship Company. When the company collapsed she was renamed Brazil. She was then taken over by Shaw, Savill, Albion & Co. and used on the New Zealand trade as a sailing ship under her original name.

lady jocelyn
  "Mail & Passenger Steamships of the XIXth Century"
edited by Captain H. Parker & Frank C. Bowen, 1928.


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