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Of the number that were below at the time very few escaped, and their cries for help were terrible, but that which was most heart-rending was the poor sick in the hospital, who, helpless with disease, could do naught but scream for that help that none could render them.
Up to the present time of writing it is not known how many have been lost, but it cannot fall short of one hundred and fifty.
The wounded that could be removed who did not require amputation were brought over to Callao, the rest remaining on the Island.--The number of broken heads, arms and legs is great.
Capt. Keer, of the English ship Golconda lowered his boats, and did good service in saving some thirty or forty lives.
The Callao was a fine 44-gun frigate.
She is about six years old — the vessel is a total loss, being entirely under water; the dock may also be considered as done for, it having failed as a commercial speculation, and the present disaster may be considered as the last of the Callao