DCC: 18/12/1856. “The brig ESCAPE (Thrift), of Liverpool, from Odessa to Falmouth, with wheat, for orders, having over ran her port in consequence of the thick weather and heavy gales, anchored on Tuesday morning week off Portland, making water, with six streaks “list a port”, and her pumps choked by the wheat. She was assisted into Portland Roads by a steamer and pilot cutter, and has since been taken into Weymouth Harbour by the PRINCESS steamer and her cargo discharged”. NIL.

Day of Loss: 9

Month of Loss: 12

Year of Loss: 1856



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