Hampshire Chronicle – Monday 12 May 1800 The British sloop Charming Molly was run down by another vessel in the English Channel off Poole, Dorset, England, on May 6, 1800
Sloop – Captain R. Gough. Cargo COAL. (LARN, VLI.) Peveril Point, Swanage. Ref. BOT: Wk. Rtn 1882 Appx. Pt. I-VI p103(745) &
Sloop Captain Pearce. (LARN) Coastguards; Captain Bennet received a gold medal. William Porter & John Freeman received silver medals. Dor. Mag; 1975, No.49, p24 & 1976, No. 50, p18. Charmouth, Lyme Regis. 1824 Gale.
Sloop – 1.5 miles off Christchurch. Cargo STONE (LIMESTONE, may be chippings?) LARN, VLI. & BOT: Wk. Rtn. 1873-80. Summery Part III p102-3.
Sloop – (LARN, VLI.) Captain Richard Peters. – Weymouth. Check the Sh Merc: 10/01/1786. for more detail.
Sloop – Captain R. Pym. Cargo COAL. LARN – Steam Tug URSA MAJOR tried to free her but failed. Check also DCC: 05/04/1860 & Lloyd’s Register: 1860(R) – Hook Sands, Poole Harbour.
Sloop – Captain Swain. Crew saved. (LARN, VLI.) – Weymouth. Ref. Lloyds List: No. 3054: 05/02/1799.
Sloop – Captain J. Burnell drowned and the cargo and two crew saved. – 1 mile W Bridport Harbour. Ref. A Descriptive and Historical Account of West Bay by A. W. Matthews.
Sloop – LARN, VLI. Check Ref. DCC: 04/03/1858 – Mixon, Weymouth.
Sloop – Captain Thomas Willis. (LARN) – Weymouth, near Harbour. Refs. Sh. Merc: 24/01/1791. & Dor. Mag: No.58.