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DUKE OF CORNWALL

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1787 wreck of English brigantine, registered as a tin ship, which was beached on St. Agnes after grounding on Bartholomew Ledge, having overshot her intended port of Falmouth in a gale, while bound from London with silks, linen, groceries and gunpowder as a general cargo. Constructed of wood, she was a sailing vessel.

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