The captain, crew, and coolies on the Clarence experienced an epidemic and other severe hardships on their voyage from Calcutta to Demerara, British Guiana. Despite the devastation on the Clarence, there was no act of mutiny aboard the vessel.
The following pages provide greater detail and case studies about the coolies and mutinous activity.
1. Lubbock, Basil. Coolie Ships and Oil Sailers. Boston: Charles E. Lauriat, 1935. 32-51.