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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4th instant, at about four p.m. I)sASTEEt Orr THE HUasBER.-On Tuesday morning theSerereigrr fishins smack was cruising in the Boston Deeps, off she Lincoln coast, when their attention was drawn to a vessel in great distress, which proved to be Subscribers-only content

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    all on board. A third one was seen to meet with a similar fate in the neigh- bourhood of Boston Deeps. The master of the Ann and Elizabeth, from Newcastle, since arrived at Gravesend, reports seeing a brig disappear on Subscribers-only content

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    seen labouring at th' pumps. Shortly before reaching her the ship struck on the Enock, at the entrance to Boston Deeps, turned over. and sank, and all hands were drowned. The brig Dawn, of New- castle, from Gefle, laden with Subscribers-only content

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    . "Hilloa, Franks, home again. A nice stiff headwind you'd have last night, and the water pretty lumpy about Boston Deeps. Eh? 7' "Yes, sir," responded the captain, "you're right. We had a regular nasty night of it." "Oh, come, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beach on Mon- 0 dlay containinga piece of paper with the following ivords wrte upon it:-_' Steamer Derwent, elf Boston Deeps, 01 Saturday night, 8 p.m. Fires all out ; no hope left for us. Full of water, Good-bye ; Subscribers-only content

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