"TWENTY-SEVENTH COMPANY. -- Glasgow, 150 souls. March 5th, 1844, the ship Glasgow, Captain Lambert, sailed from Liverpool with one hundred and fifty Saints on board, under the direction of Hiram Clark, bound for Nauvoo, via New Orleans.
Besides the foregoing, the following from the History of Joseph Smith is all the information I have been able to glean about this company:
'Saturday, April 27th, 1844, Hiram Clark arrived in Nauvoo, accompanied by one hundred and fifty immigrating Saints.'"
Cont., 12:12 (Oct. 1891), p.449
"Tues. 5. [Mar. 1844] -- The ship Glasgow sailed from Liverpool with 150 Saints, led by Hiram Clark, bound for Nauvoo, where they arrived April 26th."
CC, p. 24