The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 29 Nov 1855

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p.2 Hamilton Volunteer Artillery - steamer Kingston brings up an entire Field Battery, consisting of 3 six-pounders and a twelve-pounder.

-Buffalo, Nov. 24 - schooner Conquest wrecked off Morpeth on Canadian side of Lake Erie; schooner Detroit ashore near Grand River.

-Oswego, Nov. 23 - schooner Mobile ashore at Fifth Town Point and gone to pieces; schooner Conquest ashore at Round Eau, Lake Erie.

-The schooner New World, which sailed from this port Wednesday night, for the Bay of Quinte, is ashore at Indian Point, near the Upper Gap.

-The propeller Moira ashore at head of Amherst Island.

-schooner Velocity run into at Port Dover.

-schooner Pearl, from Chicago to Buffalo, a total wreck on shoal off East Sister.

-schooner on reef at Hen & Chickens. [Cleveland Herald 21]

-Imports - 24,26.

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Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 29 Nov 1855