The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Commercial Press (Pultneyville, NY), November, 1869

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Disaster - The schooner John Weden, of Detroit, collided with a vessel on the night of Oct. 27th, on Lake Ontario, and came ashore at Fairbanks' Point, about two miles below here, on the 28th. She had on board about 14,000 bushels of corn, consigned to Oswego. The insurance companies have been disposed of the corn to the farmers in our immediate vicinity at a low rate. The vessel will be a total loss.

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Richard Palmer
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Commercial Press (Pultneyville, NY), November, 1869