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1832 Atlantic hurricane season I. A hurricane moved through the Bahamas around 5 June, causing 52 deaths. At Bermuda, the gale began from the northeast at 8 pm on 6 June, with the center likely passing quite close to the island as the wind shifted to southwest at 10:30 pm. The storm lasted until 3 a.m. on 7 June. Two schooners were damaged during the system.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=book }}</ref>

II. On 7 August, a hurricane struck Jamaica.<ref name="Hurricanes in Jamaica, West Indies">{{#invoke:Citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=journal }}</ref> On 12 August, Key West noted a tropical cyclone. The cyclone moved across the eastern Gulf of Mexico, striking northwest Florida. It then recurved through the American South, moving through South Carolina by 18 August.

III. On 21 August, someone witnessed a tropical storm west-southwest of Cape Verde in the eastern tropical Atlantic.

IV. A hurricane on 23–27 August moved from the central Leeward Islands to the east of Jamaica.

V. On 14 October, a tropical storm moved into South Carolina.<ref name="CHENOPOEY"/>


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