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U.S. ship Independance, razee, bearing the broad pennant of Com. Charles Stewart, struck by a squall, off the coast of America, Sept. 8th 1842. Drawn by George Filley, one of the crew / E.B. & E.C. Kellogg, 144 Fulton St., N.Y. & 136 Main St. Hartford, Conn.