Charles Goodrich, wife, and son in boat accident
Melancholy Accident. On Thursday afternoon afternoon a small boat was capsized in the Narrows, by a audden gust of wind, precipitating overboard Mr. Charles Goodrich, a printer, of Fulton street, his wife, and their son, a lad about four years old; the child was washed from the arms of its mother four times, but the fifth time she was unable to recover it, and it was unfortunately drowned. While in that situation they were passed by a fishing smack, bound up, who could readily have rescued them had they come to their assistance. They were finally seen by Mr. Augustus Noye, a resident of Staten Island, who shoved off alone iu a skiff, and took off the agonized parents, who were much exhausted. exhausted.