Concord (Brig), U4390, aground, 1 Nov 1848
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Schooner Sunk with Oswego Crew. -- The steamer Niagara, Capt. Childs, arrived this (Monday) morning from Ogdensburgh. She reports the loss of the schooner Canada, with the Captain and two of the crew, on the North shore above Cobourg. The Canada cleared from this port on Thursday last, for Cobourg, with a cargo; consisting principally of 1,000 barrels of salt. The brig Concord, which also cleared from this port on Saturday, with 1,000 barrels salt, for Cobourg, is reported ashore a little above Kingston, but will probably be got off today. The Niagara leaves here tomorrow morning for Ogdensburgh.
December 4, 1848
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Marine --The steamer NIAGARA, Captain childs, arrived on Monday morning from Ogdensburgh. She reports the loss of the schooner CANADA, with the Captain and two of the crew, on the North shore above Cobourg. The CANADA cleared from this port on Thursday Ist, for Cobourg, with a cargo, consisting principally of 1.000 bbls. of salt. -- The brig CONCORD, which also cleared from this port on Saturday, with 1000 bbls salt for Cobourg is reported ashore a little above Kingston, but will probably be got off today. ------- Oswego Times.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
Wednesday Evening, December 6, 1848
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November 1848.-- Brig CONCORD, ashore near Kingston, L. O., cargo salt, got off; damage to vessel and cargo $500.
1848 Casualty List (Capt. Rounds)
Buffalo Daily Republic
January 4, 1849
Brig CONCORD. U. S. No. 4390. Of 193.76 tons. Home port, Detroit, Mich.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1869
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- Reason: aground
Hull damage: $500
Remarks: Got off
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- William R. McNeil
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