AVON of Weymouth

Times: Wednesday, February 22, 1837, Issue 16346 – Portsmouth, Feb. 20: “The Avon of Weymouth, was driven ashore last evening in a gale of wind, near Fort Cumberland, at the entrance of Langstone Harbour, and has 5 feet of water in her hold. Note: March 5, she was “got off and this day brought into harbour very much damaged.” Ship Incident of a Local Vessel

Times: Wednesday, March 8, 1837, Issue 16358 – The Avon of Weymouth, which was stranded near Langstone harbour, on the 20 ult. Has been got off and this brought into harbour (Portsmouth), very much damaged. Ship Incident of a Local Vessel


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