Daily News (Kingston, ON), Jan. 1, 1862
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p.2 Boston, Dec. 28th - The revenue cutter Howell Cobb, from the Lakes, via Quebec, for Boston, went ashore at Lane's Hill, Cape Ann, last night. The crew were saved, but the vessel is a total loss.
Prescott, Dec. 28th - Four large propellers belonging to the Northern Transportation Company were with some difficulty cut out of the ice in Ogdensburgh Harbor, and steamed past here at 11 o'clock this morning for Oswego, it is said, in order to be serviceable to the United States Government on the Lake in case of war.
]NOTES[1862 KINGSTON DAILY NEWS
(from originals at Queen's University - Special Collections - now available on microfilm)
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes