The schooner Collins is lightered (21 Jun 1907)

The schooner Collins is lightered and freed then towed into the river and grounded again off the Seminole Dock. (21 Jun 1907)

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The Freta backs off under (21 Jun 1907)

The Freta backs off under her own power from being hard aground 100 feet from the wrecked hull of the Haraldine [Haroldine]. The captain refuses assistance from the wreckers and wires the owners and underwriters. (21 Jun 1907)

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The Freta is still ashore (20 Jun 1907)

The Freta is still ashore and the captain is holding out against allowing wreckers to board until he hears from the owners. (20 Jun 1907)

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Freta a British tramp steamer (19 Jun 1907)

Freta, a British tramp steamer, is hard and fast ashore about 2 miles off the beach pavilion in 17 feet of water. The captain refuses assistance from the wreckers and is jettisoning the soft coal cargo. She is stranded in almost the same spot as the Bell. Wreckers standing by are: Gertrude, Limena, Anna and Three Sisters. (19 Jun 1907)

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The schooner Isaac Collins has (18 Jun 1907)

The schooner Isaac Collins has arrived heavily ladened with dry goods and drawing 11 feet of water. It will be waiting outside the lower bay for lighters. (18 Jun 1907)

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