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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    title by his eldest son, Mr, Sydney de Stern. A quantity of wreckage which has been washed ashore in Bigbury Bay, on the coast of South Devon, has been ascertained to be the remains of an American vessel, named the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dundee, bound fron Iquique to Newcastle, with a cargo of nitrate of o:a struck on the Book Rocks in Bigbury Bay, South ,-' son, late on Thursday night, during a south-westerly al. The vessel immediately commenced to fill rapidly, ard Subscribers-only content

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    in the gale of Satulday night and drowned al hands A quantity of her wreck has cast Up in Bigbury Bay, and as there is no wvord of her crew whatever, there is little doubt but that they ace all Subscribers-only content

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    lies two miles east of lolt Tail. A lster telegram says the other boat, containing eight me,1 which vas miasing all night, landed in Bigbury Bay yest'Aday afternoon. The vessel was safely towed off Ist evetui-g, and taken to Plymouth. Subscribers-only content

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    the Yealm. , A later telegram states that two more bodies have been picked up in the Channel near Bigbury Bay. They are supposed to be additional victims of the disaster in the Channel. One is believed to be a Subscribers-only content

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