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English: Charles Dickens was an Norwegian vessel built in 1856 by Smith & Rodger of Glasgow. She was originally a steamship built for Bibby Line, and named Danube. In 1873 the Leyland Line took her over. Sold in 1874 to Robert Sloman of Hamburg, she was converted to a three-masted ship rigged vessel named Charles Dickens. In 1897 she was sold to A. P. Ulriksen of Mandal Norway and in 1909 she was broken up.
- Danube (1856–73) (steamship)
- Charles Dickens (1873–1909)
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