Princess Victoria (Schooner), collision, 13 Jun 1857
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Schooner PRINCESS VICTORIA and schooner CAPE HORN, collided near Sodus, Lake Ontario. Property loss $800.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
January 28, 1858 (1857 casualty list)
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COLLISION. - A collision occurred on the 13 inst., off Sodus, between the schooners
CAPE HORN and PRINCESS VICTORIA. The latter suffered to the extent of $750
damage; the former was only slightly injured. Both repaired at Oswego.
Buffalo Daily Republic
Monday, June 29, 1857
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Collision - The brig PRINCESS VICTORIA came in collision with the schooner CAPE HORN,
about 40 miles above Oswego, near the middle of the lake, on Friday night. The CAPE HORN, was slightly damaged in her head gear, the the PRINCESS VICTORIA had all her head-gear carried away to her stem, and her larboard bow stove in near the water's edge. They were both towed into port by the new tug HIRAM OERRY, Jr., Capt. Nathaniel Wright, on Saturday afternoon.
Monday, June 15, 1857
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Hull damage: $750
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New York, United States
- William R. McNeil
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