Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 23 May 1853
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p.2 Cape Vincent - 4 steamers at wharf and 2 schooners; new propeller St. Nicholas.
-Loss of the Steamer London - sunk in 12' water in Nebish narrows, built in London. [Detroit Advertiser]
-Arrival of the Troops - on steamer Passport.
-Another Alarm - steamer Lady of the Lake rumored to have burnt but not true.
-Imports - 20; Exports - 20.
-The Steamer England Sunk - owned by Hooker & Holton, struck in Long Sault Rapids,sunk near Cornwall.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes