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1854

 

There were four vessels and twenty-six lives lost this year.
Two vessels and twenty-one lives were lost on Georges, and two vessels in the trading business, viz.:

Schooner Flight, lost on Georges, in February. She had a crew of twelve men. .

Schooner Lucy Pulcifer, lost on Georges, in March, with nine men.

Schooner Gold Hunter, with a crew of five men, sailed for Virginia in February and was never afterward heard from.

Schooner Susan, in the coasting trade, lost December 1st, near Old House Cove, in this harbor. Crew saved. Owned by Moses Tarr. Valued at $2,500; insured for $2,000.

 

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