The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 31, 1853

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p.2 Marine - The Buffalo Commercial of Thursday, has the following:-

"The Cleveland Herald says, "the small schooner Whip went ashore last night outside the East pier. She is loaded with lumber, and will easily be got off."

"The Democrat says "the schooner Ceres loaded with 840 tons of railroad iron for the Ohio and Indiana Railroad, was sunk in the Cuyohoga last Saturday, by being snagged upon one of the piers of the new bridge. She lies above the proposed bridge, in about ten feet of water."

"The propeller Northern Michigan, from Oswego, met with heavy weather upon Lake Erie on Saturday night, lost her anchor, and damaged her deck load of groceries and furniture. It was most of it owned in Cleveland."

Assizes - In the case of Bonter vs Bruce, which occupied the Court 2 days, the jury gave a verdict in favor of the Plaintiff of 950 pounds.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 31, 1853