The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Albany Argus, 13 Dec 1822, p. 3


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It is stated by Capt. MOSIER of the Lady Maitland, from Niagara for Prescott, that on Sunday morning the 19th instant, the Schooner Hibernian, belonging to Mr. Smith, of Kingston, bound to New-York, loaded with merchandize, went on shore on the ducks, having parted both cables and lost her anchors; her sides were stove in, but the goods were taken out on shore without being damaged. Crew all saved. - Brockville Recorder.


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13 Dec 1822
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Mosier, John ; Smith, Mr.
  • Ontario, Canada
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Albany Argus, 13 Dec 1822, p. 3