According to Parker, John to Peel, Sir Frederick 28 November 1851, CO 305:3, no. 10075, 215, England was a vessel from Liverpool and commanded by a Captain Brown. In 1850, three British deserters from the Hudson's Bay Company traveled to Fort Rupert on the ship England.
Pelly, Sir John Henry to Grey, Right Honorable Second Baronet Sir George 11 February 1851, CO 305:3, no. 1322, 360 notes that the deserters were eventually caught and murdered by natives of the northern part of Vancouver's Island, who, according to this document, had been mistakenly told by George Blenkinsop that there would be a reward for the white mens[sic] heads.
Mentions of this vessel in the documents