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Marine disasters for January. --The usual monthly list of serious disasters to American sea-going vessels, is heavy. Two noticeable features are the unusual preponderance of large vessels, and the presence of the name of a United States sloop-of-war as a missing vessel. The whole number reported during the past month is 37, viz--1 sloop-of-war, 1 steamer, 13 ships, 8 barks, 4 brigs and 10 schooners. Of these 2 are missing, 21 wrecked, 4 burnt, 4 foundered, 4 abandoned, and 2 run down. The total value of the American mercantile craft lost, is estimated at $882,000 exclusive of cargoes.
Marine disasters for January. --The usual monthly list of serious disasters to American sea-going vessels, is heavy. Two noticeable features are the unusual preponderance of large vessels, and the presence of the name of a United States sloop-of-war as a missing vessel. The whole number reported during the past month is 37, viz--1 sloop-of-war, 1 steamer, 13 ships, 8 barks, 4 brigs and 10 schooners. Of these 2 are missing, 21 wrecked, 4 burnt, 4 foundered, 4 abandoned, and 2 run down. The total value of the American mercantile craft lost, is estimated at $882,000 exclusive of cargoes.