The brigantine King Carl XV wrecked at Lancing on 11 November 1891. The descriptive newspaper cutting, 100 years later, is from the Evening Argus of 12 November 1991.

Image Reference: JG_38_100.tif
Date: 1891
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 159x113
Place: Lancing
Additional Information: from The Argus "The Norwegian brigantine King Carl XV was driven ashore between Lancing and Worthing last night. The vessel, laden with coke, was bound for Norway. The Captain, Neilsen by name, and the crew, consisted of eight men, were saved by the lifeboat this morning. The Captain and men are now at the Lancing Coastguard Station. (1891). "

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