The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 13 June 1826, page 2

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We are indebted to James Woods, Esq. of Sandwich, for the following information respecting captain Costello, of the schooner Morning Star. In a note, dated on the 8th inst. Mr. W. says:--"I have just now been informed that the body of the captain of the small vessel that was lately brought into Amherstburgh, was found on saturday last on the lake shore, in the township of Gosfield, about twenty-five miles below Amerstburgh. An inquest was held on the body, after which it was decently interred.

The printers at Cleaveland and Sandusky will please give the above information in their papers.

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Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 13 June 1826, page 2