The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 28, 1844

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p.2 The Barometer & the Tempest - using it to predict storms - R.W. Haskins in Buffalo explains use.

The Infidel in a Gale - man described as infidel on board steamer Robert Fulton; when it was wrecked on Lake Erie, he started to beg for forgiveness, and was swept overboard.

Lost Overboard - A young man named Elisha Stover was lost off the Schooner Prince Albert, a short time since, when between the Ronde Eau and Point Pelee, in Lake Erie. [Chatham Gleaner]

p.3 The Weather - ....The navigation may be said to be permanently closed, but one or two vessels continue to enliven the dullness which otherwise reigns in the harbour.

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Kingston News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 28, 1844