Dreadful Shipwreck of the Flora Transport (Jane Cardonell)

DESCRIPTION: "Henry Welsh, a banker's foreman Courted Jane Cardonnell fair." Henry gambles, commits forgery, and is sentenced to transportation. She goes with him. He is washed away in a storm. She goes mad, murders a seaman, ends in Bedlam
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1832 (Anderson-StoryOfAustralianFolksong)
KEYWORDS: gambling transportation wreck disaster death homicide madness
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REFERENCES (1 citation):
Anderson-FarewellToOldEngland, pp. 161-164, "Dreadful Shipwreck" (1 text)
File: AnFa161

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