Schooner Henrietta, in the
Newfoundland herring fishery, lost on Miquelon Island, in January. Crew saved. Owned by
James S. Ayer. Valued at $4,000; insured for $3,500.
26th - Schooner
Start, in the freighting business, lost on Narragansett Beach. Crew saved.
Owned by John W. Lowe.
James McDonald, one of the crew of
schooner Christie Campbell, died in the Bay, from the effects of
swallowing a match.
1st - Asa West, of Belfast, Me., was lost
overboard, from schooner Ocean Ranger, on Georges.
George Gray, of Boston, was lost overboard from schooner Grapeshot,
in the same gale.
William Thompson, alias Thomas Shiel Lacount, of Mt.
Desert, Me., was lost from schooner Little Lizzie, in the same
Schooner Young America,
lost on Georges, with eight men.
Schooner Etherlinde, Capt. Dix,
in the Newfoundland fishery, lost on Ragged Island. Crew saved. Owned by David Parkhurst,
and the master. Valued at $4,500; insured for $3,000.
1st - Andrew Freeman, one of the crew of
schooner Lilly Dale, was lost overboard off Mt. Desert.
Schooner Grace T. Powers, lost on
Georges, in the terrible gale of April 1st, with eight men.
Schooner Charles E. Grover was
probably lost the same day, with nine men.
5th - Alexander Frazier, of Cape Breton,
N. S.. of schooner Rover, was lost on Georges.
10th - Caleb Goodwin, one of the crew of
schooner Nourmahal, died on Georges, quite suddenly, of heart
2nd - Daniel S. Holly, one of
the crew of schooner Sabine, was knocked overboard by the boom,
while the vessel was jibbing over in the Bay of St. Lawrence, and was drowned.
14th - Franklin Amerman was
knocked overboard by the main boom of schooner Flora Temple, in
the Bay of St. Lawrence, and drowned
Peter Williamson, one of the crew of
schooner St. Louis,. fell overboard in October, while the vessel
was in the Bay, and was drowned.
6th - Daniel H. Brown, of schooner Montebello,
was knocked overboard and drowned off Cape Sable, while on the passage home from the Bay.