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Walter, Joseph, 1783-1856 :The ship Triton. 119 tons, James Beatty, Master. Purchased and fitted out A. D. 1839 for the Wesleyan Missionary Society ... [ca 1840]

Reference Number: NON-ATL-C-0132

A broadside view of the brigantine missionary ship Triton, at sea, with land in the background and flying a flag on the foremast reading 'Glory to God in the highest' with further writing on the flag atop the rear mast. Beneath are two annotated plans of the ship, one a plan view of the deck and cabins, one a cross-section view.

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1 image, related to Joseph Walter, Triton (Sailing ship), Methodist Missionary Society, Methodist Church - Missions, Missions - Oceania and Flags.

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Walter, Joseph, 1783-1856 :The ship Triton. 119 tons, James Beatty, Master. Purchased and fitted out A. D. 1839 for the Wesleyan Missionary Society ... [ca 1840], Reference Number NON-ATL-C-0132 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 photograph(s)Photograph of watercolour on paper; original watercolour size unknown.. Horizontal imageSingle art work

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