The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 25, 1866

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p.2 Oswego, April 25th - The gale which set in on Monday continued up to this morning, and several disasters have occurred to vessels on Lake Ontario. The schooner Bahama, bound from this port to Chicago, with coal, is ashore near Oak Orchard creek. The schooners Monticello and Traveller, bound from French Creek to Detroit, light, are ashore, the former at the Devil's Nose, and the latter at Thirty Mile Point. Steam pumps and tugs will be sent to their assistance.

The schooner Raleigh arrived in port this morning from Canada with the loss of a deck load of lumber.

The schooner Coral, from Ogdensburg, is ashore three miles below the Devil's Nose.

The propeller Buckeye arrived here today from Toledo. This is the first vessel from Lake Erie and through the Welland Canal this season. The captain of the Buckeye reports that he passed through about sixty miles of floating ice on Lake Erie.

Imports - 24,25; Exports - 24,25.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 25, 1866