The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 16, 1853

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p.2 Last week the brig Irwin, with a cargo of flour and wheat, bound for Oswego, stove a hole in her bottom at the mouth of the Welland Canal, and sunk in 12 feet water. Her cargo is all damaged.

The schooner Canada, Wylie, master, bound with goods for Windsor, Chatham and other ports on Lakes Erie and Huron, was wrecked, on Friday morning, below Dickinson's Landing. The cargo is being landed, in a damaged state, on the American shore. She is a total wreck. She was owned by Mr. Hunt, of Chatham.

ads for steamers New Era and Passport.

ad for str. Lady of the Lake taking passengers to Cape Vincent to catch Champion.

ad for str. Champion, from Cape Vincent to Hamilton.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 16, 1853