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An unfortunate Ocean steamer company.

--The steamer Canadian, lost on the 4th instant, was the second boat of the same name lost by the line between the Canada and Liverpool. She was an iron steamer of 2,000 tons, with several bulkheads, and was builds at Greenwich last year. The first steamer Canadian was lost by striking upon the ‘"Pillar"’ below Quebec, in June, 1857. The Indian went ashore on the eastern end of Nova Scotia, November 21, 1859, and of the 115 passengers, 84 were lost. The Hungarian, with 125 passengers and crew of 50, was wrecked on a rock near Cape Sable, February 19, 1860.--These four steamers belonged to the same line.

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