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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Liver- Peol." MELANCHOLY SHIPWttECK;.-The brig Salem Ava, Capt. Alacketzie, bound to Islay from Ieverness, with barley, catne into Thurso Bay on the mrioring of the ith, and brought up in a bad place. The wind blew strong from the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a short time ago, should have an allowance of £62. The schooner Emmous, of Thurso, has gone down in Thurso Bay, and her crew of four men have been drowned. It is stated that no effort was made to attempt Subscribers-only content

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    of Thurso, and smack Mary Annue, of St. Andrews, ;whichI vessels were in imminent danger' of being wrecked inI Thurso Bay during a very heavy north gale. The Holy Island lifeboat proceeded' to the schooner Dispatch, of Sunderland, which was-at Subscribers-only content

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    dib, Ho died on the following morn- lng, and the body was committed to the deep. Bore down for Thurso Bay, amidst thick weather, rain. and blowinigt hard, The ship was brought tip off Littlehead, and the chain snapped. Let Subscribers-only content

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    Volant, Turney, of and from Belfist, to load for Norfolk, Va. At Thurso Bay, on the 8th inst.. the Su-an Wcst, llea- son, of and for Belfast, from St. Petcrsburr. At Newry, on the 7th inst., the Tyne, Ienny, from Subscribers-only content

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