Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Dec 1857
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p.2 Vessels Wrecked - near Inverhuron schooner Forest ashore; schooner Wilson ashore Stoney Island; Resolution of Buffalo gone down in Lake; prop. Inkerman rebuilt at Ogdensburg and now ready to be launched; brig Resolute taken off Whale's Back in upper narrows of St. Lawrence and placed on railway at Ogdensburgh.
-The Barque Great West - ashore at Sleeping Bear Bay, owned by H.C. Wright of Oswego.
-Schooner Kenosha - ashore 7 miles N.W. of lighthouse on Thunder Bay Island. [Chicago Press]
p.3 Imports - 8,9.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes