Morning Star (Schooner), sunk, 20 Nov 1829
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......The following is the amount of the losses, as far as we have been able to ascertain:- The schooner DUNKIRK, G. Patterson, master, was beached above Cattaraugus; vessel entirely lost; cargo, salt and dry goods, principally lost.
The schooner MORNING STAR, Tubbs, reported to be lost.
Schooner YOUNG LION, Burnet, ashore at Portland - vessel and cargo but little injured.
The schooner GURRIERE, Wadsworth, left our harbor on Sunday afternoon; fears are entertained for her safety until yesterday, when it was ascertained that she had reached Point Abino in safety, with the loss of some spars, &c.
The schooner COMMERCE, Sherwood, rode out the storm, and arrived here on Tuesday.
The sloop WILLIAM TELL, Sanderson, left Cleaveland on Sunday at about 3 o'clock, P. M. next day. --- Buffalo Republican
Cleveland Weekly Herald
Thursday, December 3, 1829 3: 3.
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Schooner MORNING STAR, wrecked Lake Erie 1829.
"Hist.,of the Great Lakes" by Mansfield
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- William R. McNeil
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