HMS Pandora, 1833-1862
HMS Pandora was a 319-tonne wooden sailing vessel.1 In 1836, it was commanded by Lieutenant commander Robert Wintle Innes, in Falmouth, until it was out of commission at Plymouth during 1843.2
From 1845 to 1848 it was employed as a survey ship under the command of Lieutenant James Wood, during the the Oregon boundary dispute with the United States.3 From 1850 to 1856 it served as a survey ship again, this time in Australia, under the command of Byron Drury.4
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