İKİNCİ EL OCAK ALAN YERLER OLARAK KALİTE VE GÜVENLİ ALIŞVERİŞ İMKANINI SİZLERE SUNUYOR Ankara’da 2.Eşya Alım Satım hizmeti veren Ankara Ev Eşyası, 2 el Eşya Alanlar, 2.It came on to blow, which occasioned a swell and the ship rolled much.
Jago, to take in water as what we had on board was very bad.We were then in 8 fathoms of water with less than 30 :fathoms of chain, and about 3 o”clock on the evening of the 19th she parted from the anchor, the chain breaking. Shortly after (at 4 o’clock), she struck on the rocks, in a dreadful surf. I remained till her lower deck was forced up to the upper one.Then, too late, the second anchor was let go, but did not hold. I am sorry to say that no exertion ‘was made to save the Ship or Cargo. I wanted Clements to let the kedge anchor be run from the ship, but he would take no notice of what any person said. I have seen some shipwrecks, but anything to equal this, I have never witnessed. We have experienced much kindness from Mr Goodwin, the British Consul, who provided us with provisions and lodgings during our stay, We left some of our passengers on the Island of St. Roberts, near Derry, and Doctor Clerk, of Skibbereen, Mrs.Moore of Dublin, his wife, four children and servant, Mr. Mr Harris, the Customs House Officer, on taking leave of Captain Moriarty’s child, said, “My dear, I hope you may arrive in New South Wales, but I foresee it will not be in the Letitia!Pentland, the Supercargo, Mr Onge, Dublin, Captain Moriarty, his wife, child and two friends of his – steerage passengers, Captain Clements’ wife and two children, Mr. ” We had only five hands on board that knew anything about seamanship, and three of them were as great villains as could be met with.
You can imagine what a situation we were in, leaving the boat and getting most of the passengers ashore. Jago, who intended to return to Ireland by America, viz, Mr. Weston and child (of Cork) who went on in the Mary of London the next day. AI must give you an account of our proceedings since we left Cork Harbour.