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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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