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What ship was wrecked on sandbanks off the coast of The Netherlands in 1799, causing a staggering loss to Lloyds........

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What ship was wrecked on sandbanks off the coast of The Netherlands in 1799, causing a staggering loss to Lloyds of London which had insured it and its cargo?

posted Jan 25, 2017 by Aastha Joshi

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