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September Archived from the original on 14 November Local Government Election Botany Bay City Council. Archived from the original on 18 October Archived from the original on 7 March Retrieved 30 October — via National Library of Australia. The Daily Telegraph The Sydney Morning Herald 30, The Sydney Morning Herald 21, Evening News 13, Evening News 14, The Sydney Morning Herald 28, The Sun Evening News 15, The Sydney Morning Heral 25, Clarence The steamer foundered off Hilpaford.
Three men drowned. Twenty-five crew were seem in the rigging when the masts collapsed and thirty-one lives were lost. The fifteen crew and one pilot perished. Five of the crew were landed at Falmouth, Cornwall by the cattle-vessel Cupid. Five people are known to have been saves and are missing. Seven of the crew left in the ship's boat and were picked up by the steamer Briton. The captain and nine men were left on board. The captain and twelve crew were landed at Falmouth, Cornwall by the steamship James Hogg the following morning.
Two days later the line broke and Captain Williams refused to leave his ship. The Upupa continued on her voyage and on the 12th the crew were taken off by three ships. Her crew were rescued. The only survivor was landed at Newport, Wales. Subsequently foundered off the coast of Queensland with the loss of all hands. The crew of six was drowned. Mary Boyns was carrying coal from Neath to Penzance. The crew were taken aboard the steamer and landed at St Ives, Cornwall.
The captain and six of the crew were rescued by the Astoria and landed at Falmouth, Cornwall. With 8 feet 2. There was no loss of life. The vessel from Painpol was laden with salt and was towed to Penzance by the lugger William and Annie. Both men aboard escaped safely in one of her boats. Five passengers and seven crew killed. One of the ship's boats capsized and all the occupants drowned. The rest of the crew landed in a second ship's boat or were brought ashore by the Newcastle lifeboat.
All the crew were saved. List of shipwrecks: 19 April Ship Country Description Ponema The barque left Liverpool for Miramichi on 10 April and collided with the State of Florida around midnight, both sinking within 15 minutes.
Only the captain and two men out of fifteen crew survived. Thirty-six crew and eleven passengers were saved. Both crewmen survived. Three crew killed. Her crew of three survived. Her wreck was discovered in While heading for land the vessel was driven ashore on rocks just above Port Gaverne , Cornwall. The three crew took to the boat and landed safely ashore.
The captain and two of the crew of Daring drowned. Two passengers and the Cook died. Four crew killed. The lightship crew were landed at Dover by the Indus. List of shipwrecks: 22 June Ship Country Description Unknown vessel Reports of wreckage including deal and battens, off the west coast of Orkney. A lifebuoy belonging to Voalant of Caernarfon was also found. Eight were later transferred to the Village Belle and landed at Derry , Ireland.
One crewman were killed. Three of her Officers were killed. About eighty lives were lost including the captain who shot himself. Two of the crew were landed at Dartmouth, Devon by the Zoe. Ten of her crew and seven passengers are missing. All the crew survived. Four crewmen were killed. The vessels Balaena and Narwhal flags unknown rescued her crew. Her crew survived. She was raised and repaired, and she returned to service in January The launch's crew swam to shore. Her Captain died, as did 5 ladies and 8 children, a total of lives lost.
No lives were lost. Six people survived. Welsh Prince was subsequently refloated and returned to service. Botany Bay. Categories : songs Australian folk songs Australian poems Botany Bay. Hidden categories: All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from January Webarchive template wayback links All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from January Namespaces Article Talk.
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