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|Owner||J & W Stewart, Greenock|
|Flag||British||Builder||Scott & Sons, Greenock|
|Tonnage nrt/grt||847 /|
|Ship type||Sail Vessel||Dimensions||161.3 | 29.1 | 20.4|
|Ships Role||General Cargo||Rigging Style||Ship|
|Wreck Location||Off Tuskar|
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ANOTHER WRECK ON THE WEXFORD COAST.-
The ever watchful men belonging to the Coastguard stationed at Cahore, on the morning of Saturday last observed a ship in distress and without a moment's delay they put off in the lifeboat to her assistance.
The 'Assaye was owned by Messrs, J & W. Stewart and Co., of Greenock, and registered 783 tons. She was bound from Demerara to Liverpool with a cargo of sugar and had all but completed her voyage when like many another good ship after passing unscathed over thousands of miles she fell a prey to the treacherous Wexford coast.
The Enniscorthy News & County of Wexford Advertiser.
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