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North Carolina (Brig), gale damage, 2 Oct 1840

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From the Buffalo Commercial of Saturday.-GALE - A heavy and destructive gale has been raging here since midnight. It commenced blowing from the South, then veered to the Southwest with increased fury. The Brig NORTH CAROLINA, Schooner CHESAPEAKE, BUFFALO, CAMBRIA, LEXINGTON and several others were overtaken on the lake and experienced much difficulty in reaching port. The following vessels are materially injured in spars and rigging.-Steamboat FULTON, Brig NORTH CAROLINA, Schooners COMMODORE, FLORIDA, BUCKNOR, TIPPECANOE, RUGGLES, ALPS, MITCHELL and others. The schooner NAVIGATOR lost some spars and all her bulwarks on the larboard side.
      Cleveland Daily Herald
      Wedfnesday, October 7, 1840 P.2 col.4

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Reason: gale damage
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Remarks: Repaired
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  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 42.88645 Longitude: -78.87837
William R. McNeil
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North Carolina (Brig), gale damage, 2 Oct 1840