The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 21, 1868

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p.2 Safely Off - The schooner S. Robinson, Capt. W. Williams, was got off the Charity Shoals last night by the tug Hiram Calvin, and towed into Cape Vincent harbour, whence after discharging her damaged wheat she will proceed to Oswego to repair. There are of her cargo 3,170 bushels of uninjured wheat saved, and 8,000 of wet or damaged, which the owner intends to sell at Cape Vincent, and 3,000 bushels were thrown overboard. Her damage is reported as not so serious as was at first anticipated.

Arrival of the Grain Fleet - This morning the arrival of the grain fleet which were detained by the late break in the Welland Canal have put life into the forwarders' operations, who have their hands full in giving them all immediate attention. The following vessels arrived within a few hours of each other this morning - Pride of America, Celia, Cambria, Sea Gull, Bahama, Pandora, Plymouth, Woodruffe, Dane, Prince Alfred, Mary Taylor, Persia, Thermutis, Clayton Bell, Whitney and Orion. To these may be added Annandale, Garibaldi and J.H. Drake already reported and discharged.

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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Nov. 21, 1868