Sch. Two Forty lost
in January on Seal Island while on her homeward passage from Grand Banks. Crew
John Peterson lost overboard from sch. Tivano.
Capt. John Powers lost from sch. Yo Semite.
Capt. William Jeffrey and John Phalen lost from sch. Henry
9th - Sch. Edith Wonson lost on Western Banks,
crew of thirteen men lost.
lost in February, crew of ten men lost.
Sch. E. L. Cook lost in February,
crew of eleven men lost.
5th - Sch. Angie
Friend was capsized and sunk in Boston harbor and John Logue was
drowned. Vessel was later raised and repaired.
8th - Sch. Ocean
Bride lost off Brace's Cove, crew saved. Owned by John and Jesse
11th - John Tucker lost
overboard from sch. J. J. Burns.
25th - George Rackham lost
overboard from sch. Rebecca Bartlett.
24th - William McGuire lost
from sch. William H. Thurston.
25th - Stephen Nelson and Charles
Anderson lost from sch. Mary Carlisle.
Sch. Arab was lost
off Cape Cod, crew saved.
2nd - Sch. A. F. Lindberg lost with crew of eleven
Sch. Seaman's Pride lost with crew
of ten men.
Sch. William Murray lost with crew
of eleven men.
Sch. B. K. Hough lost with crew of
James Hunt lost from sch. Amos Cutter.
John J. Collins lost from sch. George O. Hovey.
James Manning lost from sch. Adelia Hartwell.
21st - Sch. Samuel
E. Sawyer lost at Sandy Hook, M. I. while on a herring voyage to
Magdalen Islands. Crew saved.
George Searle and Nicholas
Wilson lost from sch. B. F. Somes.
Michael Key and Thomas Mackay lost from sch. M. L.
Henry Beaton and John Steward lost from sch. Laura
Reuben Mayo lost from sch. Alaska.
5th - Joseph
Plaimenta, lost from sch. E. L. Rose, off Dennisport.
Patrick McGinnis and Joseph
(or Jasper) Quinn were lost overboard from sch. Glenwood at
Schooner Exchange lost
at Cow bay, while on a trip to Western Bank. Crew saved.
Sch. Sachem lost,
Sch. Eisnieur, engaged in the Bay of St. Lawrence mackerel
fishery, went ashore at Argyle. She was got off and repaired, but subsequently
burnt on her passage home.
Eddie Wharf, son of Capt. Eliphalet Wharf, from sch. Sarah
C. Wharf, lost at sea in September.
1st - Sch. Edward A. Horton seized by Canadian officials for
fishing inside the three-mile limit.
2nd - Sch. Montrose lost with crew of eight men.
Sch. Emporia lost with crew of nine
12th - Sch. Fitz E. Riggs lost with crew of nine men.
15th - Sch. Lizzie
A. Tarr lost off Manitau on Labrador shore; crew saved.
Laers Peterson lost from sch.
Mary Carlisle. Finley McFadden lost from sch. M.
5th - Thomas Hamilton lost
from sch. George H. Pierson.