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Gipsy Queen - a general history

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail, Monday, October 24th, 1881:
A VESSEL LOST OFF HARTLEPOOL. The Gipsy Queen yesterday fell in with an abandoned schooner, the Josephine, twenty miles north-east of Hartlepool head. She had nine feet of water in her hold, and rapidly making more. Shortly afterwards she took on board the crew of eight hands including the captain and landed them at Hartlepool.

Gipsy Queen, 680 tons, was built by W Pearce of Stockton-on-Tees, engined by T Richardson, Middlesbrough, boilers by Eltringham of South Shields.

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