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Dreadful wreck of the brig St. Lawrence

Dreadful wreck of the brig St. Lawrence

from Quebec to New-York, 1780, which struck on an island of ice, near the Gulph of St. Lawrence; including the melancholy fate of some of the crew, who were frozen to death; and the perilous situation and extreme hardships of the survivors, on an unknown and dreary shore, particularly of William Prenties, esq., ensign of the 84th Regiment of Foot, by whose enterprising and active spirit, his own, and the preservation of three of his companions, was effected in a crazy boat.

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Published by T. Tegg in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prenties, Samuel Waller,
  • St. Lawrence (Brig),
  • Shipwrecks

  • Edition Notes

    Plate dated 1809.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination[3], 8-28 p.
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18909003M

    Index of Merchant sailing ships, heyday of sail Commit 41, 57, 62 Lloyd's Register, Report on 'Dismasting' , , , , ; NB cover of book bears title terns , Sailmakers drew plans , Saint John, shipbuilders at St Hilda 14 St Kilda St Lawrence, and brig ; hull-form Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article. Subscribers may view the full text of this article in its original form through TimesMachine.

    The brig in tow on the larboard side of the Grampus had both topmasts cut away by the fragments of the machinery, and her standing rigging was much damaged. A piece of the pipe fell across this brig's tiller, carried it away, and slightly injured the man at the helm. The and More ™ Book, eBook, and Web Site are all CONCORDANCES which display passages from the Big Book Alcoholics Anonymous, the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, and the A.A. Grapevine (A.A. Preamble only). Sorting and rendering passages in the proprietary format of the and More concordance does not in any way imply affiliation with or endorsement by either Alcoholics .

    The boat has no name on her, and the man who has the books has taken them out in his vessel to the wreck, so that I have discovered no clue to find the name of the vessel. By two newspapers I saw show she was from your place, as they are the Quebec Gazettes, the last date was the 23rd October; the boat appears to be carvel built. The brig Blandford, Soper, from Brigue for Quebec, was run down in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, June 29 th, 11 at night, in a thick fog, by a large ship, 20 leagues from Chapeau Rouge, and instantly filled–crew saved, and arrived at St. John’s in a.: Arrived at the Port of Quebec [Montreal Herald September 3, ]No Arrivals. Latest from Spain.


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Dreadful wreck of the brig St. Lawrence, from Quebec to New-York,which struck on an island of ice, near the gulf of St. Lawrence [microform]: including the melancholy fate of some of the crew, who were frozen to death; and the perilous situation and extreme hardships of the survivors, on an unknown and dreary shore; particularly of William Prenties, Esq.

enseign of the 84th Regiment of Pages: Dreadful wreck of the brig St. Lawrence, from Quebec to New-York,which struck on an island of ice, near the gulf of St. Lawrence: including the melancholy fate of some of the crew, who were frozen to death ; and the perilous situation and extreme hardships of the survivors, on an unknown and dreary shore ; particularly of William Prenties, Esq.

enseign of the 84th Regiment of Foot, by whose. The Clements Library holds multiple books concerning the 84th Regiment of Foot, including: Prenties, Samuel Waller.

Dreadful Wreck of the Brig St. Lawrence, From Quebec to New-York,Which Struck On an Island of Ice, Near the Gulph of St. Lawrence: Including the Melancholy Fate of Some of the Crew, Who Were Frozen to Death; And the Extreme Hardships of the Survivors.

Dreadful Wreck of the Brig St. Lawrence, from Quebec to New York,which Struck on an Island of Ice, Near the Gulph of St. Lawrence; Including the Melancholy Fate of Some of the Crew, Who Were Frozen to Death; and the Perilous Situation and Extreme Hardships of the Survivors, on an Unknown and Dreary Shore; Particularly of William Prenties, Esq.

Ensign of the 84th Regiment of Foot, By whose. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "History of St. Lawrence Co., New York" See other formats. Hannah was transporting more Irish immigrants fleeing the famine from Warrenpoint and Newry to Quebec City, when it sank in the Gulf of St.

Lawrence on Sunday, 29 Aprilresulting in, as well as can be ascertained, 49 deaths. The sidewheel paddle steamer sank in the Mississippi River near the Arkansas shoreline across from Memphis, Tennessee, after striking the wreck of the sidewheel ram CSS General Beauregard (Confederate States Navy).

Shooting Star United States: The clipper was wrecked off the coast of Formosa. Village Belle: New Zealand. The Sinking of the Hannah.

The brig Hannah transported emigrants to Canada during the Irish Famine. The ton brig was built in Norton, New Brunswick, Canada in and apart from the captain, could house 12 crew and passengers. when it sank in the Gulf of St. Lawrence on 29 Aprilresulting in, it is believed, 49 deaths.

On the night ofthe Brig Carricks encountered a severe storm in the Gulf of St Lawrence which wrecked the ship and scattered debris and survivors along the coast just 4 miles east of Cape Rosier. Of the people who were transported off Palmerston’s Sligo estates on the Carricks, only 48 would survive the journey.

Retnrn of killed and wounded on board the private armed brig Chasseur, of Baltimore, Thomas Boyle. Esq commandkr, in her action with H.B.M. schooner St. Lawrence, lieutenant James E. Gordon, commander, on the 26th February, This book contains the stories of these long lost shipwrecks and the journeys of the underwater explorers who found them, written by Jim Kennard with paintings by Roland Stevens and underwater imagery by Roger Pawlowski.

The Hector MacLean journal and orderly book is a small volume that contains pages of writing. The first and last sections of the volume contain copied orders, beginning Jand covering the final months of the Revolutionary War, particularly the events leading up to the Battle of Eutaw Springs on September 8,and its aftermath through Septem List of Canadian disasters by death toll is a list of major disasters (excluding acts of war) which occurred in Canada or involved Canadian citizens, in a definable incident, where the loss of life was 10 or more.

Legend of the Lake - New Discovery Edition Book The recent discovery of the wreck of the British warship Ontario, “the Holy Grail” of Great Lakes shipwrecks, solves several mysteries that have puzzled historians since the ship sank more than two centuries ago. The list of shipwrecks in includes ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness.

You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. REPORTS OF THE WRECK The Times, London, carried a report of the wreck of the St Lawrence on 6 December On 13 December, the same paper mentions that the ship had "some five hundred soldiers on board, chiefly from the 2nd Regiment of the 3rd Buffs" - which lends support to the possible presence of members of other units.

In Aprila ship carrying Irish immigrants hit an iceberg in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. John Kernaghan writes on the incident, and of plans for a documentary as Quebec celebrates its th anniversary.

The crew of the Nicaragua could scarcely credit their eyes when they. The following reports appeared in the 'Herald' of February 2,and the strange fate of the “Ann” was to come to light a month later, on March the 1 st "Brig" “ A two-masted vessel with both masts square rigged, there is also a gaff sail on the main mast” Loss of the Brig.

Dreadful Wreck of the Brig "St. Lawrence," from Quebec to New York, Duncan, John M.: Travels through Part of the United States and Canada in and 2 Volumes. [Duncan, Mary Lundie]: America as I Found It. It was used as a blasting barge to make sure parts of the St.

Lawrence River was clear for ships. The wreck site is located just across the shipping channel from Jordstat Castle and Dark Island, just east of Mallorytown Landing.

The wreck lies on the US side of the river. Canadian boats going to this wreck must check in with US customs first. The Wreckers a book with an old timey feel about ship-wrecking on the coast of England should be right up my alley, and maybe it would've been, but at only about a quarter in, I'm giving it up.

I found Iain Lawrence's book amongst the audiobook shelves at my local library and the summary made me think it could provide a pleasant diversion while /5().The H was boarded by two schooners under Spanish colors off Cape Antonio, on the west end of Cuba, which kept possession of the brig, five hours, plundered her of every article of clothing and many of her materials, dollars, and used the captain and passengers extremely ill.

Nov brig St. Lawrence.(2) On December 6, the Caledonian Mercury ran a column titled "Dreadful Hurricane" in which it included an excerpt of a letter from Liverpool that describes the storm thusly, "You may have some idea of the fury of the gale, from the wind-mill on the signal post .