Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Thur., April 8, 1858
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RAISING THE JAMES NAVAGH. - Messrs. Quigley and Cary, who took the contract for raising the schooners Nicaragua and James Navagh, have relinquished the latter and it has been taken by the tug Oswego. She started last evening with steam pumps and all the necessary apparatus. The Navagh is aground about fifteen miles above Presque Isle.
The tug B. F. Bruce started two or three days ago to go to the schooner Nicaragua, which went ashore on the east side of Lake Huron near Goderich last November. The tug was lying at Port Huron yesterday morning, and was chartered to go to the assistance of the Forest Queen. After bringing her down she will again go to the assistance of the Nicaragua.
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- Dave Swayze
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes