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1856

 

Five schooners were lost in the Bay of St. Lawrence, this year, and one vessel and two lives off this shore, as follows:

Schooner Alpha, lost in the Gut of Canso. Crew saved. Owned by Moses Burnham, and others. Valued at $700; insured for $500.

Schooner Lioness, Nathaniel Watson, master; burnt at Cambelton, Bay Chaleur, June 30th. Partially insured.

Schooner Itaska, lost in the Bay of St. Lawrence, in October. Crew saved. Owned by Samuel Irwin, and others. Valued at $3,800; insured for $3,325.

Schooner Samuel Jones, lost in the Bay of St. Lawrence. Crew saved. Owned by Charles Friend & Co. Valued at $3,800; insured for $3,325.

Schooner Arbutus, lost in the Bay of St. Lawrence, in October. Crew saved. Owned by Joseph O. Procter. Valued at $3,800; insured for $3,325.

Boat Kossuth, was probably run down during the latter part of August, as she was never heard from after leaving port.
Two men lost, Aaron Babcock and Daniel Marshall.

 

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