|Total Records: 1|
|Rose Adelaide||French||Liscannor Bay Co Clare||1848|
|Rose Adelaide :|
|Ship type||Sail Vessel||Dimensions||| ||
|Ships Role||Rigging Style|
|Wreck Location||Liscannor Bay Co Clare|
|Cause||Driven Ashore||Crew Lost|
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The La Rose Adelaide of Marseilles laden with wheat for this port and consigned to T. M. Usborne, Esq, was driven into Liscannor bay in a disabled state on St. Stephen's night. Having stranded far in on the beach there is little chance of her being got off and the ship is likely to become a wreck. The cargo damaged is being discharged at Malbay for the benefit of the underwriters.
Robert Anglim Esq, French consul for this port attended at Lahinch to care for the master and crew of the vessel. Lieut.Morris coastguard and the police afforded every protection.
The Belfast News-Letter, Friday, January 5, 1849
Limerick. Dec. 29. The Rose Adelaide Plantard from Marseilles for Liverpool got on shore at Liscannor 27th inst and it is feared will become a total wreck.
Liverpool Mercury etc, Friday, January 5, 1849
|Record Created on 21/06/2009|
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