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|The Loss of the Royal Adelaide|
The Royal Adelaide was a steamship owned by the City of Dublin Steam Packet Company, which sailed between London and Cork. She was wrecked in December 1849, with the loss of all on board, including more than 150 deck passengers from Ireland. Some of their names appear in the report on the disaster published in the Illustrated London News.
Creators: Aidan Lawes
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