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Newcastle (Schooner), aground, 18 Aug 1875

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The schr. NEWCASTLE is reported ashore on the False Ducks, alongside of the lighthouse. She has no cargo on board, having cleared from Oswego for Mill Point on Saturday evening.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      August 21, 1875 3-6

South Bay. Aug. 16. -- Schooner NEWCASTLE went ashore on the False Ducks on Sunday morning at three o'clock. She is not damaged. Captain McMartin has sent for Rathnin's tug to take her off.
      Toronto Daily Globe
      Tuesday, August 17, 1875

      SOUTH BAY. -- Aug. 18, The schooner NEWCASTLE, that went ashore on the False Ducks, was got off yesterday evening by Mr. John Watters, of South Bay Point, without the aid of a tug. She is not damaged any, but is leaking a little. She is now lying at Cooper's Wharf, South Bay.
      Toronto Daily Globe
      Thursday, August 19, 1875

VARIOUS ITEMS:-- The schooner NEWCASTLE, sunk near Mill Point, has been purchased by Rathbun & Son, of that place, who will raise and rebuild her.
      The new light on the east pier at Frenchman's Bay was lighted for the first time on Wednesday night
      Cleveland Herald
      October 9, 1876

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Reason: aground
Lives: nil
Freight: nil
Remarks: Got off
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William R. McNeil
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Newcastle (Schooner), aground, 18 Aug 1875