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The Sutlej, East Indiaman, 1200 Tons
Named collection: Arthur H. Clark Collection
Object type: lithograph
Maker: Dutton, Thomas Goldsworth; Day & Son Ltd.; Foster, William
Place made: United Kingdom, Greater London, London
Date made: 1848
Materials: ink; color wash; paper
Measurements: 15 in x 19 1/2 in
Nomenclature: East Indiaman; British; hurricanes
An hand-colored lithography of a shipwrecked 'Sutlej' from a Hurricane off the Cape on the morning of April 1, 1848 at half past 3, in Lat 36.20 S, Lon 23.58 E. The three masts and rigging of the ship are broken, leaving a half-flooded hull. The 'Sutlej' was built in 1847 by Green's for their company's London to Calcutta run.