I took a look for you last night. I have only found the following pieces,
which I suspect you already have since they are Asiatic Journal entries..
The Asiatic Journal (London, England), [Thursday], [November 01, 1827]; pg.
614; Issue 143. Empire.
The above article is headed MISCELLANEOUS. Mutiny on board the "Sarah". It
starts: "in our last volume pp.589 and 688, we gave some particulars of a
mutiny on board the Sarah free trader, on the outward voyage from London to
Bombay, which was attended with bloodshed........................."
The Asiatic Journal (London, England), [Tuesday], [May 01, 1827]; pg. 688;
Issue 137. Empire.
This article is headed MUTINY ON BOARD AN INDIAMAN. And goes on to say "We
have seen the full particulars of the mutiny on board the Sarah, free
trader, bound to Bombay (referred to in p.589).................."
I tried to access the Asiatic Journal referred to i.e. Issue 142, p.589, but
unfortunately I could not locate it.
Let me know if you need the two above mentioned Asiatic Journal pages and I
can send off list, but because you already refer to similar text in your
email, I suspect you already have them. I cannot access the Bombay
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