On Sunday a Br. brig hence, while in the Lower Bay, came in contact with sloop Anne Eliza, of Gloucester, loaded with wood ; the sloop immediately sunk ; the crew, however, were saved. The steam tug Jacob Bell reports this morning seeing thes loop ashore at Coney Island and the wood strewed along the beach.
--New-York Daily Tribune, December 23, 1851
I assume no relation...
CAME ASHORE, on Coney Island, on Monday, December 22d, a RAFT, consisting of 27 square Pine Logs. For information respecting them, apply to
BARNARDUS DONLY, Coroner,
Gravesend, Long Island.
--Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Saturday, December 27, 1851