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|Caroline||Canadian||Liscannor Co Clare||1835|
|Owner||Hugh Mackay St.Johns New Brunswick|
|Flag||Canadian||Builder||Built At Oromocto St Johns N.B|
|Port||New Brunswick||Build Date||1834|
|Ship type||Sail Vessel||Dimensions||123 | 31.9 ||
|Ships Role||Cargo Vessel||Rigging Style||Barque|
|Wreck Location||Liscannor Co Clare|
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Galway, April 25 - the Caroline of St Johns New N.B laden with timber was fallen in with dismasted and abandoned off the coast of Clare 23 ult. and towed in to Liscannor bay near Malbay.
Belfast News-Letter Friday May 8, 1835
By The Marshall Of His Majesty's High Court Of Admiralty In Ireland
The King in his Office of Admiralty against The Bark Caroline of St Johns, New Brunswick Decreed to have been the property of Mr Hugh Mackay of St Johns New Brunswick.
Henry Whitcomb Esq and others intervts, Salvagers against the same
To Be Sold By Auction under the Decree of the said court in this case on board the said Impugnant vessel in the harbour of kilrush in the County of Clare at the hour of one O clock in the afternoon on Wednesday the 16th day of September next, the said Impugnant vessel the Caroline in this case mentioned as she now lies dismasted at the above mentioned place
This Vessel was built at St, Johns New Brunswick and launched the 13th November 1834 she is of the burden of 552.2.94 Tons and was built at Oromocto in the Provence afore said ; has one deck and beams for a second deck her length 123 feet her breath 31.9 inches; had been Bark rigged; is copper fastened from beams downwards; has two chain cables and anchors; she also has a kedge anchor and some ropes and several excellent sails.
For further particulars apply to James Watt Esq Kings proctor for Ireland. 17. North Cumberland - Street Dublin; Henry Whitecome Esq Chief Officer of the Coast Guard Miltown Malbay, County Clare; Captain Petrie No.1 Gore Street, Stanhope Street, Liverpool; Charles O'Connel Solicitor Liscannor, County Clare; Mr Duncan Patterson ( Nominee Of The Marshall ) Kilrush County Clare; Mr Henry Richardson, proctor for the owner of said vessel ; or to John M'laughlin Deputy Marshal 6 Cope Street South Dublin dated this 15th day of august 1835
Belfast News-Letter Friday August 28, 1835
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