The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), Friday, October 6, 1876

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FATE WAS AGAINST HIM. -- It was the Canadian schooner BABINEAU & GAUDRY, laden with coal oil to Europe, which ran on a shoal in the St. Lawrence River, above Alexandria, on Wednesday, and sunk. On coming ashore, the captain was arrested as a foreign debtor, on complaint of H. W. Green, of Oswego, for $400 for canvas furnished the vessel last year, and he now languishes in a Yankee jail at Watertown, N. Y.

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William R. McNeil
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Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), Friday, October 6, 1876