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CARDIFF-BOUND SCHOONER ABANDONED.

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CARDIFF-BOUND SCHOONER ABANDONED. The French schooner, Sainte Marie Reine des Mers, of Nantes, was towed into Falmouth Harbour on Sunday. She was bound from Nantes to Cardiff, with pitwood. On New Year's Day she experienced heavy weather, and sprang a leak, and the water continued to increase so that when twelve miles off the Lizard, early on Sun- day morning, they decided to abandon the schooner. The crew took to their boats, the captain saving the ship's papers. They stood by her for three hours, when they saw the masts fall overboard. The vessel was then almost totally submerged. The crew arrived about ten o'clock at Falmouth. The steamship Victor, of Falmouth, subsequently observed the abandoned schooner, and taking her in tow, brought her to Falmouth, and beached her. and beached her.

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