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    FROM THE WEST BRITON DATED 16 APR 1847

    IN PADSTOW HARBOUR
    On Tuesday last, the barque Clio, lying at Cove, in Padstow harbour, with upwards of 300 emigrants on board for Quebec, being under sailing orders, some of the passengers came up to the town to buy provisions, etc., for their voyage. When about to return, 2 tradesmen William Brabyn and William Knight Rawlings, took nine of them into a rather small boat, and there being much billow in the river, the boat on her passage to the ship upset, and W. Brabyn & W. Rawlings with five of the passengers were drowned. Brabyn has left a wife and four children, and Rawlings a wife and six children, totally unprovided for. The body of Brabyn alone had been found when our correspondent sent us the above particulars.


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