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Annie Mulvey (Schooner), burnt, 1 Aug 1885

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Schooner ANNIE MULVEY, was burnt in the Esplanade fire at Toronto on August 4th, 1885. She was scuttled to save the cargo of coal and settled in Rogers & Co., dock for whom the coal was intended. Tenders were called for by the Harbor Master, Morgan Baldwin, in 1886, and the ship was removed.
      Harbor Masters Report (Toronto)
      Sessional Papers Canada, 1887

ANNIE MULVEY, schooner built 1867 at St.Catharines by L. Shickluna. Home port, Toronto. 123.5 x 25.5 x 11 of 295 tons Reg. and owned by William Hall of Toronto
      Dominion of Canada Shipping Register, 1886

Schooner A. MULVEY, home port, Toronto, of 309 tons. Built 1867, with a cargo of coal was burned at Toronto August 3, 1885. Total loss, value of loss $6,500
      Losses On The Lakes
      Cleveland Leader
      December 7, 1885

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Reason: burnt
Lives: nil
Freight: coal
Remarks: Total loss
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.634444 Longitude: -79.370833
William R. McNeil
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Annie Mulvey (Schooner), burnt, 1 Aug 1885