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The Royal Arch


Schooner Royal Arch, lost at White Head, N. S., on her passage home, August 1873.
Her crew numbered fourteen men, as follows:

William C. Day, master
Patrick Glenn
Nicholas Joy
and his two sons
Patrick Ruxton
Charles H. Day
Elias Day
, son of Charles
Thomas Younger
William H. Morey
Everett Tillson
Joseph Boker
Daniel McDonald
Alfred Hill

It is supposed that Mrs. Dougall McIsaac and four children took passage in this schooner for Gloucester, and were lost.

Vessel owned by D. C. and H. Babson. Valued at $6,500; insured for $5,600.


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