The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 8, 1882

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The tug McArthur, with pumps, has left for the rescue of the schr. Eliza Quinlan.

Capt. McDonald and mate Wiley, of the Folger disaster, were buried at Clayton on Wednesday last with Masonic honors.

The following vessels are laid up at Oswego: Schooners - J. Bentley, Annie Mulvey, Geo. M. Case, Wm. I. Preston, Charger, Nevada, Blazing Star, Mystic Star, Guiding Star, John T. Mott, Kate Kelly, John Burke and L.S. Hammond. Steambarges - Kingsford, Good Hit and Norman.

The schr. Mary Ann Lydon has arrived here. She has had an eventful trip from Oswego. Her proper destination was Port Hope, but she could not reach that port. She carries 60 barrels of coal oil, which will be forwarded by rail. The vessel will lay up here for the winter.

p.3 Wreck of the Folger - Two more bodies, from the wreck of the Folger, have drifted ashore at Salmon Point. They will be conveyed to Picton. All now left of the schooner are her anchors and chains.

Mayor Gaskin's Mandate - doesn't want William street slip blocked up; what about M.T. Co. blocking up Queen street slip?

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Dec. 8, 1882