Passengers, including many gold miners were killed by being dashed against the rocks by the waves rather than drowned. Others drowned weighed down by the belts of gold they were wearing around their bodies. The survivors, 21 passengers and 18 crew members were all men, with no women or children saved. (26 October 1859)
There are 3303 births, 3778 deaths, 1097 murders, 486 disasters and 1938 other events about 5608 people in 6213 places until today.
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