The Steamship Anglo-Saxon, from Liverpool out of LondonderryIreland, for Quebec, while in a dense fog, some three miles distant from Cape Race, on the 27th of April,1863 went on shore, and in a short time became a total wreck. Of 444 passengers and crew who were wrecked on board 180 have reached land, or been picked up in small boats;
"The deck broke up in about one hour after the Anglo-Saxon struck. Nothing but the misenmast is standing. Several persons clung to the fore rigging untill the foremast fell. No assistance could be rendered. Guns are being fired at the Cape to attract the attention of the missing boats.
The following is a list of passengers on board the Anglo-Saxon:-
CABIN PASSENGERS.- Miss Malley, Hon.[Honourable?] John Young and Family, 11 in number; Captain and Mrs. Stotherd and servant; Captain Cassidy, Rev. C.P. Eaton, Mrs. Wright, Captain T.R. Read, Mrs. Caldwell, Lieutenant Clark, Mr. J.S. Mill, Mr. J. Martin, Mr. Guy Pemberton, Mr. S. Rodgers, Mr. Fraser, Mr. Tealby, Mrs. Jackson and child, Captain Hyler, Lieutenant Simpson, Mr. P.H. Nott, Mr. J. McGregor, Mr. Houghton, Mr. W. Kirkness, Mr. James Bullock, Miss A. Ashwith, Mr. Towers, Mr. and Mrs. Kirkwood, Mrs. James and child, Mr. Withers.
STEERAGE PASSENGERS boarded in LIVERPOOL.- Samuel Stevens, wife, and child; Thomas Churchyard, wife, and three children; Honor Ripley and one child, Mrs Borroughs and two children, Mr. Little, Jane Fulton and one child, R.Mitchell, Edward Dance, George Dance, William Berry, John Fisher, Wilelm Cronebry, wife, and two children; Issac Chapman, wife and one child; Bernard Shanley, John Rorke, Peter Spahr, Christen Olson, Hans P. Christianson and wife, Neils C. Anderson, Michael Cullan and wife, Thomas Jones, David Evans, Walter Waller, Thomas Lockett, Allen S. Horne, Mrs. Thomas, Susannah Cooper, Richard Jones and wife; Richard Harrison, David Rees, wife, and two children; David Lload, David Beran, Margaret Jones, Wm.[William?] Griffith, John Griffith, Griff Griffith, David Davies, wife, and two children; John Morgan, Catherine Davies; Evan George, wife and four children; Mary Harris and two children, Wm. [William?] Ankres, Wm. [William?] Wainwright, Benjamin Douglas, J. Douglas, Sarah Douglas, Edwin Dingle, J. Cunnel, W.H. Stanley, T.A. Feler, Reubin Painter, wife and one child; Lembros Painter, J. Hartley, Thomas Irwin, David Newsome, Philip Jones, wife and one child; J. Chadwick, John Jones, John Vickerman, Henry Callaghan, wife, and six children; George Dallir, Mrs. J. Alexander and two children, Thomas Bishop, Jonathan Walker, Bangcroft Marsden, Richard Tapper, Harriet Roberts, Mary Ronlston, Ellen Ryan, John Townsend, Samuel Whormby and wife, Henry Brookfield, Edward Walter, wife and two children; Joel Mellor, Thomas Barber, Denis Woolhouse, John Duckworth, Joseph Hill Samuel Bardsley, John Booth, Frederick Boyes, John White, William Cross, Mary Ann Boyes, Elizabeth Stevens and five children; Ambroze Underhill and wife, James Stevens James Wood, William Sape, John Wickett, William Burrow, James Damrell, Thomas Allen William Allen, James Brent, Isaac Packwell, William Turtey, Robert Legg, Mary Waldren and one child, William D. Woonacott and wife, John Headon, William Hockridge, Henry Morgan and wife, Richard Colville and wife, Robert Oatsons, Charles S. Dunbar, Robert Blair, C. Brown, Martin Shechy, Luke Wood, Lesette Graetz and
two children, Martin Schneider, Eliza Schneider Jean Becker, Jean Fealtan, wife, and five children; Jean Melenstein, wife, and four children; Augusta Loubre, Alex. Lafercade, B. Billyard, Andmo Brizio, Fidele Elschi, Mathios Neter, Sybella John, Bosli Christen, wife and one child; Wm. [William?] Jessy, Alex. Meuri, Thomas Jessy, Hyacinth Jessy, Josephine Jessy, Rudolph Beningusta. Passengers boarded in Londonderry -Davis, Hugh Strachan, Samuel Morgan, M. Henderson, Jose Jameson, Louisa Gibbs and two children, John Norman, W.S. Finlay, Angus McLane, F. Mackenzie, Robert Parker. Matilda Ganley and one child, James Kirk, Robert Bruce, Hamilton Magee, Edward Kerr, wife, and one child, William Johnston, Mary Kearney, Alice Stewart, John Keeley, Daniel Ferguson, John Meaney, Daniel Coulter, Mary Coulter, Catherine Early, Bernard Early, John Morrow and wife, Marjorie Morrow, John Carrol, John Reilly and wife, George Atkinson, Robert Atkinson, Ellen Atkinson, Joseph Eagan, Mary Eagan, William Rodgers, John McNally, Francis McDonald, Peter Nolan, and wife, and two children; Peter Watson, John Davison, wife, and child; Thomas Power, Mary A. Adam, Martha Rimp, Francis Gornley, Patrick Gormley, Anne Gormley, Samuel Cotter, William Glover, wife, and seven children, John McCrew, Alexander Storey, Thomas M. Cambridge, James A. Direa, James Finlay, Rose A. Gartin, Sarah Smith, Charles McClusky, David Dinsman, Daniel Gerahty, James Murtagh, C. Crawford, Mary Binnek, Margaret Binnek, Mrs. Black, George Black, Ann Orr, John Livingstone, Peter Crumplin, Samuel Menice, John Wright, Peter Connagher, Margaret Fernie, James Barclay, Peter McMillen, Thomas Anderson, John Small, Jose Winch, Catherine Cameron, Rose Bell.
List of the Crew.- W. Burgess, master; John Hoare, first officer; John McAllister, second officer, Robert Allan, third officer; George Scott, fourth officer; Alfred Patton, surgeon; William Jenkins, purser; Gilbert Little, assistant purser; John Allan, carpenter; William Read, carpenter; Edward Newell, boatswain; Hugh Jones, boatswain. Able bodied seamen.- Wm. [William?] Cape, John Williams, Andrew Gibbie, Robert Cain, John Johnson, William Bennett, Thomas McCormick, Thomas Lloyd, John Larkin, Thomas Quayle, John Pritchard, James Wilson, William Edmonston, Joseph Heasley, Thomas Chapman, Frederick Hunter, Thomas Phelom, George Taylor, John M. Ellis, Peter Patterson, James Martain, George Moffatt, Thomas Hannibal, James Redmond, John Halloran.
ENGINEERS' DEPARTMENT.- Wm. [William?] McMaster, first engineer; Alexander Mackay, second engineer; William Ritchie, third engineer; James Henderson, fourth engineer; Charles Cardle, fifth engineer; Firemen.- John Dow, Michael Toole, Thomas Murphy, Henry McKenney, John Williams, George Roberton, Thos.[Thomas?] Davidson, John Murphy, John Riley, Henry Norton, Thomas White, Berry Bridge, John Howard, James Baxter, Patrick Purcell, James McCartney.
STEWARDS' DEPARTMENT.- Thomas Wood, first steward; Wm.[William?] Jones, second steward; Charles Barlow, Wm. [William?] McStay, Henry G. Davis, John J. Carr, George Purcel, John Davidson, Robert Corlett, Wm. [William?] Montgomery, John Reeve, George Woolner, John Leah, Edward Evans, John Haggup, John McDermot, Martin Cleary, John Pennington, and Ewd.[Edward?] J. Lloyd, assistant stewards; Mrs. Parry, stewardess; Arthur Grace, first cook; John Harvey, second cook; Henry Weston, Alfred Costello, and Bobt.[Robert?] Hodgson, ships cooks; Andrew Kennedy, baker's mate; Wm. [William?] Jones, butcher; Wm.[William?] Carrol, baker.
HALLIFAX, APRIL 30.- The following is a list of the steerage passengers by surname saved from the Anglo-Saxon:-
Parker, Parsons, Saint, Marie, Collagan, Dallie, Cooth, Fleck, Ferguson, Callaghan, Pautrie, Wilpolm, George, Wood, Stanley, Naglies, Lahn, Barbour, Coulter, Finlay, Morgan, Rooke, Lloyd, Furre, Jones, Griffiths, Churchyard, Wickett, Burrow, Nance, Black, Jones and wife, Fideles, Jones, Loubrier, Barclay, Jamieson, Small, Bishop, Gourley, Corder, Mackillavey, Johnston, Drusmon, Reid, Howell, Mackay, Murtagh, Garetty, Christianson, Davies, Tupper, Macnally, Atkinson, Rees and child, Townsend, Damsell, Cross, Cronen, Berry, Crawford, Gauley and child, Christiana Brown, Elizabeth Wood, Dance, Pale, Harrison, Walter Bruce, Jones, Wamby, Mary Ann Adams, Mina Christian, Jessie Christian, Mary Waldron, Mary Lenwick, Martha Lenwick, Maggie Lenwick, Ann Gourneley, Jane Colton, Mary Ralston, Ann Stevens, Mary Cullan, Mary Calligham, Alice Stewart, Mary Kenney, Fanny Mackenzie, Mary Reed, Jane Walker, Ellen Ryah, Sarah Smith, Kate Early, Margaret Evans, Sophia Davis, and child, Eliza Grity and two children, two children unknown.