The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 2, 1859

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p.2 Large Cargo Of Flour Direct Over the Kingston Branch of the G.T.R. - arrives by sch. California, transhipped to railroad for Montreal.

p.3 Imports - 1st.

Marine News

The schooner Belle Sheridan, bound from Chicago to this port with wheat, arrived in the Welland canal Saturday afternoon with her foresail split and boat stove. [Oswego Times, 28th]

The schooner Titan, with wheat from Chicago, for this port, lost her foregaff and foresail in the gale on Friday night and Saturday, and was driven into Kingston. She arrived here this afternoon. [ib]

Capt. Kahoe writes as follows, dated Chicago, November 22nd:- "A big scow-schooner is ashore on North Manitou; insured in the Cleveland Mutual. Two vessels ashore in the Straits of Mackinaw. Brig Champlain ashore at Death's Door. [Buffalo Rep.]

Capt. Busher, of the schooner Dardanelles, reports seeing Capt. Hart, with the tug Leviathan, towing a vessel from near St. Helena, probably the Huntress, got off. He also reports a vessel ashore on the reef off Mackinaw. [ib]

Buffalo, Nov. 28th - No losses are reported by the gale on Lake Erie, except that of the schooner W.H. Craig, with a cargo of 16,000 bushels of wheat. She went on the breakwater this morning, and is insured in the Buffalo Mutual Company.

The barque Northern Light, of Clayton, is ashore at Milwaukee.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 2, 1859