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Letter from William Darling to the Secretary of Trinity House.

Letter from William Darling to the Secretary of Trinity House.
Letter from William Darling to the Secretary of Trinity House.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H3263
Description: This letter from William Darling to the Secretary of Trinity House is taken from his journal for the years 1795-1860. It was written after the rescue of nine survivors from the stricken paddle-steamer, the 'Forfarshire', which had sunk on rocks close to Longstone lighthouse on 7 September 1838.
Creator: 'The Journal of William Darling 1795 to 1860', (Hamilton, Adams & Co., London, 1886).
Date: 1886
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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