Guayama ship disaster March 1846

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Guayama ship disaster March 1846 - The ship Talbot, at New York on the 10th inst.,...
The ship Talbot, at New York on the 10th inst., fell in on the 4th with the wreck of the brig Sidney, of and for New York, from Gua-yama, Gua-yama, Gua-yama, P. R., and took from her the captain, mate arid three men. While lying-to lying-to lying-to on th 2d of March, in a gale, the brig was boarded by a heavy Bea," which swept her deck, breaking the thigh and ribs of Capt. James Montgomery, the arm of one of the seamen, the collar-bone collar-bone collar-bone of another, and severely bruising the mate, Mr. James B.tLindsey, and the remaining 6eainen, washing "the cook overboard, who was lost-When lost-When lost-When fallen in with she was in a siukihg con-dltion. con-dltion. con-dltion. j i?

Clipped from The Times-Picayune21 Mar 1846, SatPage 2

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)21 Mar 1846, SatPage 2
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