Daily News (Kingston, ON), Oct. 22, 1868
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p.2 The steamer Dixie, sunk at the Canal, has been raised and put into dock for repairs..
Brig Mary Jane - Owing to the brisk wind which was blowing last night, the brig Mary Jane in entering the harbour at the foot of Queen street, struck against a scow, and snapped off the brig's jib-boom. The jar of this caused the top part of the foremast to break off, but it was partly rotten. She now lies at her moorings, a mass of tangled ropes and broken spars.
-A man named Thomas Morton, mate of the schooner Burgoyne, was lost overboard about five miles from Brockville yesterday.
A Cargo of Peat - arrived on sch. Florence, Capt. Johnstone. [Globe]
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- Oct. 22, 1868
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- Rick Neilson
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