|Total Records: 1|
|Neptune||Portuguese||Quilty, Co Clare||1854|
|Ship type||Neptune||Dimensions||| ||
|Ships Role||Cargo||Rigging Style||Schooner|
|Wreck Location||Seafield Quilty, Co Clare|
|Date Lost||26/01/1854||Captain||John Baptist, Rogees|
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The Portuguese Schooner which was wrecked and driven in on Mutton Island, on the 26th ult, was sold by auction this day.
Limerick Reporter - Friday 24 February 1854
The vessel anchored on the east side of Mutton Island on the 26th of January in a damaged state, she was later hauled up on a sand bank out side the pier to facilitate salvage of the coal cargo.
Some news papers name the vessel Forte ?.
|Record Created on 15/09/2012|
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