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WRECK OF THE BARQUE ENGLAND’S GLORY’

[by telegraph.] Invercargill, To-day.

The Barque England’s Glory, from home, is ashore near the Bluff Pilot station and is likely to become a total wreck. Later. The pilot was just hoarding the England’s Glory when she struck. She lies on a small beach below the pilot station and seas are breaking heavily over her. All hands have arrived from the wreck.

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WRECK OF THE BARQUE ENGLAND’S GLORY’, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 495, 7 November 1881

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WRECK OF THE BARQUE ENGLAND’S GLORY’ Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 495, 7 November 1881

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