"The total of the losses on the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, and the Pacific coasts, in the year 1851, amounted to 328 vessels, and many hundred lives, out of a total marine measuring 3,556,464 tons, being a loss of one vessel to every 10,844 tons of shipping."
SOURCE: Communication from the secretary of the Treasury: transmitting, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of March 8, 1851, the report of Israel D. Andrews ... on the trade and commerce of the British North American colonies, and upon the trade of the Great Lakes and rivers; also, notices of the internal improvements in each state, of the Gulf of Mexico and straits of Florida, and a paper on the cotton crop of the United States, Part 1United States. Dept. of the Treasury, Israel De Wolf Andrews R. Armstrong, printer, 1851
Resolution - November 10, 1800 - The naval gazetteer, biographer, and chronologist; containing a history of the late wars, from their commencement in 1793 to their final conclusion in 1815; and continued, as to the biographical part, to the present time (Google eBook) Front Cover John William Norie 1827
Meleager - June 9, 1801 - "Lost Taken or Destroyed" - Steel's Naval Chronologist of the War, from its commencement in Feb. 1793 to its conclusion in 1801 (Google eBook) Front Cover David STEEL 1806
See also the schooner Rebecca Hurricane of 1812