Daily News (Kingston, ON), Aug. 15, 1868
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p.2 A Loaded Schooner Without A Crew - Port Hope, Aug. 14th - Yesterday morning Capt. Alward, of the schooner Maria Annette, picked up a schooner about fifteen miles below Presqu' Isle. The strange action of the schooner induced the captain to board her, when it was discovered that she was without any one on board. She had a full load of cordwood, and Red Rover of Picton is painted on the stern, but no tiding of her crew or ownership can be ascertained. The mate and several hands from the Marie Annette was put on board and sailed her into this port, where she now lies.
p.3 Port Arrivals & Departures - 15.
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- Aug. 15, 1868
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- Rick Neilson
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