British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 30, 1834
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p.2 On last Saturday a schooner was seen off this port in a South-Westerly direction, and about four miles from land, when to the astonishment of those who were spectators, in an instant she disappeared. It is supposed she was overtaken by a gust of wind, foundered and went down. [Pope Hope Warder]
letter to editor about brutality by an officer who dragged a man ashore who had merely been looking for his friends who were expected to be arriving on steamer William IV.
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- May 30, 1834
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes