The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 5, 1860

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p.2 Royal Mail Line and Lake Ontario Express Steamboat Line has stopped for season.

-death of Capt. James Reid, formerly of str. Wellington; a boom fell on him at Port Dalhousie.

Change of Hour - for steamer Bay of Quinte.

p.3 Marine News

Lost - It is reported by the schr. Indian Queen, from Burwell, C.W., that the schr. Fair Wind, of Burwell, and all hands had been lost on Lake Ontario. Also, the schr. Velocity, of Pt. Burwell, capsized on Lake Ontario; three of the crew drowned and two saved. [Buffalo Express, 1st]

Ashore - The vessels reported ashore yesterday morning below Four Mile Point, are the Henry Clay, Capt. Lavery, and Scow E. Masters, Capt. Jerry Murphy. The Clay is laden with lumber for this port, and it is reported that she will go to pieces.

Another vessel, name unknown, lay at anchor close to shore, yesterday afternoon, some eight or ten miles down the lake. [Oswego Times, Sept. 29th]

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 5, 1860