The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 8 Nov. 1825, page 3

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The schooners Minerva and Gen. Huntington, which, in addition to those mentioned in our last, were lying at anchor at this place, when the late storm commenced, put to sea and nothing was heard from the latter until Monday morning, and serious apprehensions were ascertained that she had capsized and gone to the bottom. The Erie paper of Saturday states, that she was driven on the beach, about ten miles above that place. She was partly freighted with ashes, the principal part of which, it is said, will be lost. The Minerva gallantly rode out the gale, and since sailed for Detroit.--Cleaveland Herald

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Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 8 Nov. 1825, page 3