London (Ship)

London (Ship) logbook, 1793–1794.
1 volume (0.08 linear feet).
About the collection

Logbook of the British ship London, captained by James Ludovic Grant, on a voyage from London to Bombay and back. The unidentified log keeper records preparations for the voyage during the ship’s fitting out in Blackwall. During the voyage, he notes winds, weather, courses, observations of latitude, activities and punishments of crew, and unusual occurrences. Volume also includes a list of passengers and “His Majesty’s Troops” traveling to Bombay. The volume was later (1825) used as an account book by an unidentified person in Trenton, New Jersey.

Subjects
  • Indiamen
  • Grant, James Ludovic
Types of material
  • Ships’ logs
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