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Accounts of the Wreck of the S. S. Ville Du Havre

Accounts of the Wreck of the S. S. Ville Du Havre

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ACCOUNTS OF THE WRECK OF THE S. S. VILLE DU HAVRE
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11Personal Recollections of the Wreck of the Ville du Havre and the Loch Earn – Chapter I. The Departureundated
2Personal Recollections of the Wreck of the Ville du Havre and the Loch Earn – Chapter III. The Tempestundated
3Personal Recollections of the Wreck of the Ville du Havre and the Loch Earn – Chapter IV. The Fog. The Calmundated
4Personal Recollections of the Wreck of the Ville du Havre and the Loch Earn – Chapter V. The Shipwreckundated
5Personal Recollections of the Wreck of the Ville du Havre and the Loch Earn – Chapter VI. The "Trimountain". The "Loch Earn"undated
6Personal Recollections of the Wreck of the Ville du Havre and the Loch Earn – Chapter VII. The "British Queen" and Chapter VIII. Conclusionundated
7A Letter Describing the Wreck of the S. S. Ville du Havre November 23, 1873 by Mary Adams Bulkley of Rye, New Yorkundated
8"Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mixter," Newport Mercury, December 6, 1873undated
9"Our City's Losses: Bostonians Who Went Down With The Ill-Fated Vessel," November 22, 1873undated
10Letter from Madeline Mixter on board the ship Trimountain, November 29, 1873undated
11Letters from C. Burritt Waite, one of the rescued passengers, on board the ship Trimountain, November 29, 1873undated
12Reminiscences: The Merchant Marine; Ocean Travel in the Sixties and Now by W. W. Urquhartundated
13Two articles in French: "Le Paquebot La "Ville-du-Havre" and "Le naufrage de la "Ville-du-Havre"undated
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