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Young Amaranth (Schooner), gale damage, 1 Oct 1833

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The schooner YOUNG LION, Capt. Kennedy, has arrived, leaving Cleveland on the morning of the blow; scudding as long as possible, and lying too all night under bare poles, the sea making a continual breach over her from stem to stern - sails split - but came in with flour for Smith and Macy, with only the loss of ten barrels.
The Schooner AMERICA, Capt.Foster, was driven back with boat and stern stove.The schooner YOUNG AMARANTH, Capt.Ranson, driven back with loss of both jibs, jibboom, bowsprit sprung and one anchor broke. Buffalo Journal (part)
      Cleveland Weekly Herald
      November 2, 1883 p.2 col.2 & 3

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Reason: gale damage
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 42.454166 Longitude: -81.121388
William R. McNeil
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Young Amaranth (Schooner), gale damage, 1 Oct 1833