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Wreck of the Steamer Ariosto.

Telegraph. Press Association. Copyright New York, December 20. The steamer Ariostq, bound from Galveston (a Texas port on the Gulf of Mexicp) to Hamburg, has been stranded in Ocracoke Inlet, an opening in a great barrier reef off the East Coast of North Carolina. Twenty-one of the crew perished, but the captain and eight, others were saved. A " breeches. " buoy was worked from the ship to the shore,

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Wreck of the Steamer Ariosto., Feilding Star, Volume XXI, Issue 151, 28 December 1899

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Wreck of the Steamer Ariosto. Feilding Star, Volume XXI, Issue 151, 28 December 1899

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