Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 29, 1860
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p.2 Marine Disasters - Private advices from the Marine Board to Mr. Joseph Doyle give the following additional intelligence:-
sch. Omar Pacha, ashore at Stony Point, and gone to pieces. Crew saved except the cook, who is said to have been killed.
sch. Marco Polo, said to be capsized on the South Shore. No particulars. [This is incorrect: she has since reached Toronto in safety.]
Both these vessels were laden with wheat.
-Oswego Times of Monday reports vessels being driven ashore on both sides of lake, some already referred to.
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- Nov. 29, 1860
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- Rick Neilson
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