The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 4, 1878

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p.3 Boat Found - A couple of weeks ago the loss of the schr. Julia was reported as having occurred off Sodus. Yesterday a boat belonging to her was picked up at Stony Point with the dead body of an unknown man in it. The following telegrams have been received from Watertown in this connection:

"A yawl with the name Julia painted on her has come ashore at Stony Point with a dead man lashed in it. No further particulars at present."

"Yawl boat washed ashore yesterday on Stony Point, Lake Ontario, near Henderson. The body of a man lashed to the seat with marks of violence."

Marine News

Port Colborne, Nov. 2nd - Up - schrs. Riverside, Charlotte, Chicago, coal; Geo. W. Davis, Oswego, Toledo, coal; Nassau, Oswego, Chicago, coal; W.Y. Emery, St. Catharines, Cleveland, light; steambarge Lincoln, Kingston, Pt. Maillard, light; prop. Canada, Montreal, Windsor, gen. cargo.

Down - nothing.

Wind bound fleet likely to get away tonight.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 4, 1878