Horrible Shipwreck!

Horrible Shipwreck!

A Full, True and Particular Account of the Melancholy Loss of the British Convict Ship Amphitrite, the 31st August 1833, Off Boulogne, When 108 Female Convicts, 12 Children, and 13 Seamen Met With A Watery Grave, in Sight of Thousands, None Being Saved Out of 136 Souls but Three!

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On August 25, 1833, the British convict transport Amphitrite, filled with more than one hundred women prisoners and their children, together with a crew of sixteen, left London for the convict colony in New South Wales. Less than a week later, all but three died when a savage storm battered their ship to pieces on a French beach in full sight of hundreds of horrified onlookers. Inexplicably, the captain, John Hunter, had refused offers of aid from the shore. Sensational news coverage of the calamity prompted an Admiralty investigation to find out who was responsible. The suspicion was tha.
Publisher: Annapolis, Md. : Naval Institute Press, ©2010
ISBN: 9781612513270
1612513271
1591144116
9781591144113
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xiv, 294 pages) : illustrations, maps

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