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    from the face. SINKING OF A VESSEL.-Between two and three o'clock on Sunday morning a collision took place in Gravesend Reach, between two vessels, one of them going down in deep water almost instantly after, and nearly carrying the crew Subscribers-only content

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    attacked in the medical nursery department of the workhouse.-The Queen ofthe Cob7- nies was towed on Thursday afternoon from Gravesend Reach to the Lower Hope, having Asiatic cholera on board.-On Tuesday Morning, the customs authorities at Sunderland received information that Subscribers-only content

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    point suggests a possible failure in r this respect. At Coal House Point, close to East Tilbury Fort, where, Gravesend Reach and Lower Hope Reach mingle, there is a sharp curve in the river, and theochannel for e vessels coming Subscribers-only content

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    IN THE THAMES. The Larnax, bound from London to Mauritius, sank on Wednesday night in the lower part of Gravesend Reach, after collision with the C. MI. Palmer steamer. The master's daughter, steward, and one man were drowned. A N1EW Subscribers-only content

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    of the Irish political prisoners. Yesterday morning the Princess Tomawatty, bound for Bombay, was run down and sank iii Gravesend Reach by the Ind1us steamer. No lives were lost. In the ]'robate Court, yesterday, Sir James Hlannen refused a rule Subscribers-only content

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