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Date: 04 January 1917.

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AMERICAN SHIP MISSING.

Lloyd’s reports the loss of the following ships in addition to those announced in “The Globe” yesterday:-

British steamer Baycraig.

Norwegian steamer Britannic, 2,289 tons. Twenty-one of crew landed.

Norwegian steamer Ellik; 602 tons. Crew saved.

Lloyd’s also report that the steamer Frederick, of New York, 1,873 tons, which sailed from Louisburg (C. B.) for Archangel on January 18, 1916, and has not since been heard of was yesterday posted as missing.

Source: "AMERICAN SHIP MISSING." Globe. 04 January. 1917. 2.

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