The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 6 July 1826, page 2

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GALE.--From the 27th ult. to the 2d instant, a strong and steady gale, came down the lake. The Steamboat Superior, was detained 2 or 3 days ere she was enabled to get out; the Steamboat Enterprise, which was advertised to sail from Buffalo, on the 30th June, did not leave Buffalo till late in the day of the 1st inst. in consequence of the wind.-- The Steam Boat Henry Clay, sailed from this port on her appointed time, on Saturday morning last, and forced her way through the rude and white crested waves, like a thing of life.


About the 20th inst., the body of Thomas Goodwin was found at Point Au Plait, Canada shore. He went from Sandusky, (O.) with Capt. Costelo in the small boat, in pursuit of the wrecked Morning Star.

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Richard Palmer
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Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 6 July 1826, page 2