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Boating accidents -- Poetry
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An elegy. On the death of Capt. Annanias Valentine, Thomas Pinckney, Isaac Elliot, Jocamiah Cropsey, and Leonard Merrit, all respectable citizens of the town of Marlborough, who were unfortunately drowned on the flatts, in front of the town, in attempting to go on shore, on Friday morning, the 12th of December, 1800, in a violent storm of wind and rain
Tharp, Peter
[Kingston, N.Y.? : Printed by Samuel S. Freer?, 1800?]
1800?
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Funeral elegy sacred to the memory of Capt. John Askins [i.e., Atkins], of the sloop Lucy, bound from Penobscot to Boston, with thirteen other persons ... who were unfortunately drowned or perished with hunger and cold, by the melancholy tragedy, at Lovell's-Island, in the harbour of Boston; occasioned by a most tremendous snow-storm, which happened on Saturday, Dec. 9, 1786 ..

[Boston] : E. Russell, pr. next Lib. Pole., [1786]
1786
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Melancholy events. Boston, July 21st, 1813. On Monday last, the sloop Liberty ... was overset in a squall between this town and Noddle's Island, and sunk ... About the same time, a pleasure-boat ... was overset, on the edge of Dorchester flats ... The following lines have been written on the distressing occasion. [One line from the Holy Writ]

[Boston : s.n., 1813]
1813
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On the death of Mr. John Learoyd and son, Mr. Robert Stevens, and Mr. Eckersly, who were drowned in Boston harbor, by the upsetting of a boat, in a violent thunder squal, on Sunday afternoon, 17th July, 1808

[Boston : s.n., 1808]
1808
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Three youths drowned. Elegiac stanzas, in three parts, on the misfortune, and death, of several respectable youths, who, attempting to sail for diversion, were overset--three of whom were drowned.
Brown, Erastus
Stockbridge [Mass.]: : Printed at the Herald Office., 1815
1815
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A True and particular narrative of the late tremendous tornado, or hurricane, at Philadelphia and New-York, on sabbath-day, July 1, 1792: when several pleasure-boats were lost in the harbor of the latter, and thirty men, women and children, (taking their pleasure on that sacred day) were unhappily drowned in Neptune's raging and tempestous [sic] element!!!!!!

Boston: : Printed and sold by E. Russell, next the Stump of Lib. Tree ... Printed for and sold by Tho. Bassett, of Dunbarton, N.H. ..., [1792]
1792
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