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LADY JOHANNA

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  JUFFROUW JOHANNA
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1782 wreck of British or Dutch cargo vessel said to have stranded at Little Smith, Isles of Scilly, homeward-bound from Demerara to London with coffee, sugar, cotton, cocoa, and rum. She was then broken up in situ. She had earlier been reported as having arrived safely at the Isles of Scilly, suggesting that she was awaiting departure for London when she was lost. Constructed of wood, she was a sailing vessel.

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