1868, Photograph, PRG 1373/4/63A
The composite ships 'Sir Lancelot' (far left), 886 tons, 'Spindrift' (left), 899 tons, 'Lahloo' (far right), 799 tons, and the wooden ship 'Serica' (right), 708 tons, at Foochow in 1868 ['Serica' = 'Serica' = wooden ship, 708 tons, ON45261, 185.9 x 93.1 x 19.6. Built 1863 (8) Robert Steele, Greenock. Owners: James Findlay, registered Greenock. Wrecked on Paracells Reefs, China Seas, 1873] ['Sir Lancelot = composite barque, 886 tons, ON49556, 197.6 x 33.7 x 21.0. Built 1865 (7) Robert Steele, Greenock. Owners: J MacCunn and Co., registered Greenock. c.1885 sold to Indian owners, Visram, Ebrahim and Co., Bombay, registered at Bombay. Foundered off the Sandheads, Calcutta in early October 1895 after sailing from Bombay on 4 May 1895. She was a crack china tea clipper] ['Spindrift' = composite ship, 899 tons, ON58329. 219.4 x 35.6 x 20.2. Built 1867 (7) C Connell and Co. Glasgow. Owners: James Findlay and Co., registered Glasgow. Wrecked on Dungeness, England, outward for China, in 1870].