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CAPRICORNO

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  CAPRICORN
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1900 wreck of Austrian barque which stranded at Bude, outward-bound from Cardiff to Luanda, possibly calling at Bilbao en route. Constructed of wood, she was a sailing vessel; her home port of Trieste belonged to the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the time of loss, but is now within the modern state of Italy. The CAPRICORNO appears to have been in company with the TORDENSKJOLD, also bound with the same cargo from Cardiff to Luanda, and wrecked on the same day elsewhere in the Bristol Channel [see ST 48 SE 7].

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