Daily News (Kingston, ON), Sept. 16, 1852
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p.2 We regret to hear that the schooner Clyde, owned by Mr. Browne, of Hamilton, was wrecked in the storm of Saturday night. She was driven ashore about ten miles to the eastward of Toronto, and is a total wreck. She was on her voyage from Oswego to Toronto with a cargo of 60 hogs-heads of sugar consigned to Messrs. F. & G. Perkins, and with coal for Mr. Jarvis. We have not heard what became of the crew.
Boat Adrift - The Flag Boat moored off the Penitentiary, having on the afternoon of the Regatta day, got adrift, information that will lead to its recovery, will be gladly received at this office.
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- Rick Neilson
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