The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 12, 1860

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Marine News - Capt. G.W. Jones of Cleveland building a sailing vessel of 450 tons at Black River, Ohio.

-sch. Kyle Spangler sunk between Middle Island and Thunder Bay, on Lake Huron.

-brig Clarion going to pieces on Skillagalee reef.

-prop Baltic to try and raise prop Mohawk, sunk on the flats.

-prop May Flower damaged in storm on Lake Michigan.

-scow E.S. Taylor sunk by collision with sch. Comet near mouth of Detroit River, has gone to pieces.

-barque St. George and brig C.P. Willing put into port leaking. [Milwaukie Sentinel 7th]

-brig Mineral of Kingston loaded with lumber from Kingston for Oswego, ashore at Adams, below Oswego, will prove a total loss. [Buffalo Express 7th]

-sch. T.G. Scott to be abandoned on Long Point. [ibid]

-sch. Nightingale in drydock after striking on Windmill Pt.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 12, 1860