schooner INTERNATIONAL of Chicago, from Chicago for Kingston with 18,000 bushels of corn consinged to George Shaffey & Co, Kingston came ashore Sunday afternoon Nov. 5th. on Salmon Point Reef with her masts gone and the crew gone also, she went to pieces Nov. 6th. She was commanded by Mark McGin. Two of the crew and a woman cook were drowned, the Captain and five others were saved
November 8, 1865
The schooner INTERNATIONAL, of Chicago, wrecked in the gale of day before yesterday, went to pieces yesterday off Picton, C. W. Three persons were drowned, to wit; David Brodwick, residence unknown; Francis Scott, Kingston, and Mrs. Ellen Newcomb, Rochester. -- Cleveland herald 8th.
Buffalo Daily Courier
November 10, 1865
Schooner INTERNATIONAL of Chicago, laden with corn for Kingston was caught in a gale and foundered near Salmon or Wicked Point, drowning three of her crew.
Canvas & Steam on Quinte Waters
by Willis Metcalf
INTERNATIONAL, American schooner of 589 tons, built at Huron 1854 by Cherry, owned by Mark McGinne, and registered at the port of Chicago, classed as B, and valued at $7,OOO
Register of the Ships
On The Lakes & River St. Lawrence, 1864