Inscribed Mahogany Washed Ashore

There was picked up, a few days ago, on the sands at Skegness, a piece of mahogany about 10 inches long and 7 inches wide, neatly worked and polished, and inscribed with gold letters, “the abundance of the sea shall be converted.”

It is now lying Mr. Green’s hotel Skegness, and supposed to be part of wreck.

Source: Stamford Mercury – Friday 23 March 1838

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