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Agnes

 

Builder Yule & Wilkie, Glasgow
Official Nr 28497
Yard Nr  
Launched 1847
Delivered  
Length 64.6 ft
Beam 16.3 ft
Gross 48 tons  (52 tons after engine fitted)
Nett 48 tons  (31 tons after engine fitted)
Engine later with 2 Cyl Steam Compound

Built for Forth & Clyde Navigation Co of Glasgow as a dumb barge lighter, and first registered at Glasgow on 5th July 1860. In 1881 she was acquired by John Hay of Glasgow in which year she was rigged as a ketch. In 1882 she was fitted with an engine. Purchased by Andrew S McClelland of Glasgow in 1886.

Under the command of Captain Hunter, on 13th October 1891 she stranded at Cove on Loch Long while discharging a cargo of coal in a force 9 WSW wind, and was declared lost.