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- Edition: September 27 1819 September 27 1819
The Mayflower, Potts, arrived here on Friday last, from Jamaica: sailed 31st July. On the 4th inst, spoke the Dorothy, from Jamaica to Liverpool, lat 41. 38. Long 43. 30.
The Two Brothers, Carson, hence at Petersburg.
The Santon, Gaitskell, hence at Do.
The Zephyr, Wilson, from Liverpool at Trieste.
The Matilda, Dobson, from Liverpool at Newfoundland.
The Cyclops, Braithwaite, form Antigua at Liverpool.
The Earl of Lonsdale, Groom, from Bremen at Do.
The Brown, Witherington, (late Scott) from Jamaica, at Dublin. Capt. SCOTT, died at Jamaica, on the 18th of July; also one of the seamen, Mr LITTLE, and a boy of the name of GRAHAM. The Brown, sailed the 1st of August; in the Gulf of Florida, the mate, Mr BELL, and two of the crew died. Capt. WITHERINGTON, two seamen, and an apprentice brought the vessel home with safety.
The Stamper, Whitlow, at Liverpool, from St. Domingo, and last from Cork.
The Cherub, Jackson, from Hull to Petersburg, was totally lost upon a sunken rock near Wingo on the 14th inst. Crew saved.
The True Briton, Lewis, from Milford to Penzance, foundered on the 16th inst. off the Lizard, having been blown out of Mount's Bay in a very leaky state. Crew saved by the Neptune, Hunter, arrived at Falmouth from Gibraltar.