The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 7, 1851

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p.2 Double Shipwreck on Lake Erie - The schooner Prince Albert of Kent, loaded with staves for Messrs. Eberts and Robertson of Kent, and owned and commanded by Capt. William Taylor, was lost off Long Point, in the late gale, on the 21st ult. The captain and crew were saved by the steamer Vandalia, which shortly after was run into by the schooner Fashion and sunk in about four hours thereafter. The Vandalia had also goods for Kent, which were nearly all insured. No lives were lost.

Drowned - From off the brig Christina, which was wrecked on Lake Ontario, near Wellington, below Presque'Isle, on the 26th September last, James Lang, mate of the vessel. He was about six feet in height, and had the initials J.L. marked on one arm. A reward will be given for the recovery of the body, and information of the same forwarded to Capt. Pearson, Wellington, or the sister of the deceased, Mrs. Geo. Sharp, Hamilton.

Nov. 8, 1851


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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 7, 1851