The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 7 May, 1875


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THE PAMLICO. - The schooner Pamlico is unquestionably in ill luck. This vessel left this port for England last June, and arrived at Queenstown in good order, having had a tolerably good voyage. Last fall she left European waters on her return trip, with a cargo of potash, but was nearly foundered off the coast of Newfoundland. She was picked up at sea by an English vessel, and taken back to Ireland, where she was thoroughly repaired. About a week ago it was announced that she was on her way back to the lakes, and was expected to arrive here about the middle of this month. But it seems as if she were destined never to see her home port again. On her way from Queenstown she undoubtedly met another storm and was again seriously crippled. A dispatch received at Chicago Wednesday evening states that she had been spoken returning to England under jury masts.


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Date of Original:
7 May, 1875
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GLN.4315
Language of Item:
English
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Dave Swayze
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Detroit Tribune (Detroit, MI), 7 May, 1875