|Total Records: 1|
|Empire Of Peace||British||Dundalk Bay Co Louth||1881|
|Empire Of Peace :|
|Owner||Merchants Trading Co Liverpool|
|Flag||British||Builder||Gass St,Johns, New Brunswick|
|Tonnage nrt/grt||1493 / 1549|
|Ship type||Sail Vessel||Dimensions||190.8 | 38.9 | 28.5|
|Ships Role||Cargo Vessel||Rigging Style||Barque|
|Wreck Location||Annagassan Dundalk Bay Co Louth|
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The Empire Of Peace of and from Liverpool for New Orleans drove ashore in Dundalk Bay Oct.23. The crew left the ship in their own boat. It is doubtful whether the Ship can be floated, but the cargo will probably be saved.
The Morning Post, London, Tuesday, October 25, 1881
IMPORTANT WRECK SALE.
To be Sold by AUCTION, at ANNAGASSAN,
THE HULL OF THE BARQUE EMPIRE OF PEACE of Liverpool, 1,490 tons register, as it now lies on the Beach in Dundalk Bay, and about one mile from the village of Annagassan, Castlebellingham.
Also at same time and place the CARGO which consisted on leaving Liverpool of
N.B.- Annagassan is situated within one mile of Castlebellingham, on the Great Northern of Ireland Railway, and about six miles distant from Dundalk.
Freemans Journal, Friday, November 11, 1881
Crew Agreements for 1881 are held at Maritime History Archive >>
|Record Created on 18/02/2011|
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