Laura

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In the News~

November 7, 1878 [SBDP]: “The schooner Laura sailed during the night for Santa Cruz Island.”


November 12, 1878 [SBDP]: “William Percival and four others, master and crew of the schooner Laura, for an alleged trespass on Santa Rosa Island, the property of H. H. and A. P. More. Trial by jury. Case called at 10 o’clock. Several witnesses were called and examined, and after a plea by Gray for the prosecution, and by Dillard for the defense, the case was given to the jury at 3 o’clock P.M. After being out ten minutes a verdict of not guilty was returned.”


November 12, 1878 [SBDP]: “The schooners Laura, Surprise and Alma are lying at anchor in the harbor.”


November 13, 1878 [SBDP]: “The schooner Laura is discharging a cargo of shells.”


December 4, 1878 [SBDP]: “The schooner Laura arrived this morning in the harbor from one of the islands.”


December 6, 1878 [SBDP]: “The schooner Laura is riding at anchor in the bay.”


December 30, 1878 [SBDP]: “The schooner Laura is lying at anchor in the bay.”


February 2, 1883 [SBDP]: “The schooner Laura now anchored about half a mile from the wharf has on board six young sea elephants, captured over at the islands...”