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Thursday 19th October

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Year Vessel

1786

The Castle Crevey, full cargo, from Liverpool, V.T.L. Crew saved.

1790

A Sloop, in ballast, V.T.L. Crew Saved.

1792

A Sloop, laden with Oats, ditto.

1792

A Sloop, laden with herrings for holyhead, V.T.L. Three of the crew drowned.

1792

A Sloop, in ballast, V.T.L. two of the crew, and a lady and child drowned. The captain swam to shore.

1794

A Brig, laden with Figs, V.T.L. Crew saved.

1796

The Queen Packet, belonging to Parkgate, V.T.L. Crew and passengers saved.

1796

A sloop, from Wales. V.T.L. Crew drowned.

1797

The Brig Henry, laden with rum and sugar, from the West Indies. V.T.L. Crew saved.

1797

A sloop. V.T.L. Crew saved.

1799

The ship Tyson, laden with rum and sugar, from the West Indies. V.T.L. Crew saved. Cut her masts at sea.

1800

A Swedish Brig. V.T.L. Crew Saved.

1800

The Ship Ann, for Liverpool. V.T.L. Crew saved in their own boats, assisted by the Southport boatmen.

1804

A large ship, Captain Jackson, from Whitehaven. V.T.L. Crew saved by their own boats. This vessel upset.

1806

A Brig, from the West Indies, V.T.L. Crew saved.

1806

A large American ship, laden with cotton and rice. V.T.L. Crew saved by their own boats. This vessel sank before she reached the sands.

1807

A large ship, The Fletcher, laden with oil, sugar and coffee. V.T.L. Crew drowned. This misfortune took place on a dark night, and there was no intimation of the wreck, till part of the cargo floated ashore with the mornings tide.

1809

The Big Griffen, captain ball, from Falmouth. V.T.L. the captain, his wife and child, and five of the crew drowned, two saved.

1809

A Sloop. V.T.L. Crew drowned.

1809

The Brig Betsey. V.T.L. Crew saved.

1810

A brig, laden with provisions for the army in Spain. V.T.L. one man drowned, the rest saved. One of the Southport boatmen was drowned. Pilot Jackson and two others clung to the mast, which fell overboard, and their preservation was miraculous.

1810

A Spanish Brig, laden with timber, for Liverpool. V.T.L. three of the crew drowned, five saved with pilot Jackson.

1811

The Ship Minerva, laden with cotton. V.T.L. Crew saved.

1811

A Schooner, laden with provisions and oil, from st johns V.T.L. crew saved.

1814

The Ship Tom, general cargo, machinery from Demerara. V.T.L. 14 crew saved, four saved on a raft on which all had got. It sunk, when the fourteen above named were taken up by the southport boats and rescued from their perilous situation.

1815

The Packet Curry, from Ireland. V.T.L. the captain and nine of the crew saved by the Lytham boats. Nine drowned and two died in the boat.

1815

An Irish Sloop V.T.L. the captain and boy saved. Three drowned. One man died on the fisherman’s back who was carrying him ashore.

1816

The Brig Albion, Captain Wilson, for Liverpool. V.T.L. Three passengers and five of the crew drowned. Eight or nine saved. A lamentable circumstance occurred in this case. A father and two daughters perished. They were going to Liverpool.

1816

A Brig, from the Brazils, V.T.L. A priest and fourteen men saved. It occurred in the night. The vessel sprung a leak.

1816

The Sutton, captain banker, for Dublin, V.T.L. The captain, four passengers and four crew drowned. Two saved.

1816

The brig fletcher, captain fletcher. V.T.L. The captain and three crew saved. Nine drowned. The captain and three who escaped were preserved by means of quarterdeck, which separated from the vessel and floated ashore.

1816

The brig Padstow, captain Hanson. V.T.L. Crew saved.

1816

The Brig Shannon, laden with wheat, for Liverpool. V.T.L. Crew saved by their own boats.

1816

The brig St. Petersburgh, laden with salt, for St. Petersburgh. V.T.L. Crew saved and a subscription made for the sailors, on the spot.

1816

A Sloop, laden with coals V.T.L. Crew saved.

1816

A Sloop, laden with Pipe Clay, V.T.L. Crew Saved.

1817

A Sloop, laden with wool, from Scotland, V.T.L. Two drowned, three saved – in the night.

1818

The brig Minerva, laden with oats, from Carnarvon. V.T.L. Crew saved.

1818

The Isabella, Laden with cotton, from America, for Liverpool, V.T.L. Crew saved by their own boars – night.

1820

An American, laden with tobacco, V.T.L. Crew saved.

1821

The Brig Lascelles, laden with cotton, for Liverpool, V.T.L. Fifteen of the crew drowned, a pilot from Liverpool on board – night.

1822

The Brig Wallace-Edkin, laden with timber, for Whitehaven, V.T.L. Crew saved by their own boats – night

1822

The Brig Rosa, laden with flour, from the south of England. V.T.L. Crew drowned. This vessel struck on a bank in the night and went down immediately. Part of the wreck and cargo came on shore.

1824

The Brig James Fitzpatrick, laden with butter V.T.L. crew saved.

1824

A sloop, Captain Evans, laden with Lime Stone, from Wales, V.T.L. She sunk and the men got into the round top and were taken off by a Lytham Schooner, Captain Crookall, Crew saved.

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