|Total Records: 1|
|Harmony||British||Portrush Co Antrim||1852|
|Ship type||Sail Vessel||Dimensions||| ||
|Ships Role||Coaster||Rigging Style||Sloop|
|Wreck Location||Portrush Co Antrim|
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COLERAINE, Feb 19.- The Harmony, from Runcorn for Ramelton, Loughswilly while lying at anchor at Portrush, was driven athwart hawse by the Thistle steamer when she drove ashore and will probably become a total wreck. Cargo salt washed out and part of coals
The Shamrock, and the Mary (smack) of Ramsay, both from Glasgow for Derry, while lying at anchor in Portrush, were run foul of by the Thistle (steamer); the former went ashore but was afterwards got off with assistance making Much water. The latter received considerable damage to stern and will have to be towed to her port of destination.
The Morning Chronicle (London. England).Tuesday, February 24, 1852
Runcorn to Ramelton with Coal and Salt. Wind F9 W/S/W. Portrush Run in to by the Thistle and driven ashore.
Admiralty Register of Wrecks 1852
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