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1853

 

Three vessels were lost this year, one in the Bay of St. Lawrence, and two in the shore fishery, as follows:

Schooner Champion, Webb, master; lost in the Bay of St. Lawrence, in October. Crew saved. Owned by James Mansfield & Sons and others. Valued at $1,800; insured for $1,500.

Schooner Ocean Nymph, Capt. Samuel Elwell, Jr., run down by ship Sarah Jane, off Cape Cod, May 2d. Crew saved. Owned by master and others. Valued at $4,000; insured for $3,500.

Schooner Mary A. Taylor, Benjamin Taylor, master; cod fishery, lost in Chatham harbor, April 19th. Owned by Messrs. Grover & Steele. Valued at $4,200; insured for $3,800.

 

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