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Samengesteld bericht uit: 17 May 1870 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland 20 May 1870 - Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette - Greenock, Renfre 21 May 1870 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
Quebec May 6.—The TØNSBERG, capt. Jensen, from London for Quebec, whilst at anchor off St. Denis, was run into by The QUEEN OF THE CLYDE, Mc’Vicar. from the Clyde for Montreal, were in collision in the Lawrence on the evening off the 29th ult. Both vessels sustained damage The QUEEN OF THE CLYDE was cut down to the water's edge; she was run ashore, but afterwards towed up here 30th April. Quebec, May 7. —The ship TØNSBERG, Jansen, arrived in port on the 30th ultimo, and will go into the floating dock to be repaired and ship a new mainmast. The captain reports that his ship was at anchor and the lights up, when the QUEEN OF THE CLYDE struck her amidships, breaking the mainmast, and cutting her down to below the water’s edge.