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ELIZA

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1846 wreck of English snow which stranded under Stowe Cliffs en route from Liverpool for Valparaiso with a general cargo, most of which seems to have been recovered by the local populace; cargoes mentioned included wine, tea, linen and beef. This was one of the wrecks witnessed by the local vicar, the Rev. R. S. Hawker of Morwenstow.

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